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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • of our time, it makes a great difference if one speaks from a
    • Epoch, the Mystery of Golgotha took place. And from many different
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • different character. With a certain justice the widespread original
    • graduated according to the different peoples and races among which it
    • humanity an entirely different impulse, the impulse proceeding from
    • super-sensible Being different from the Being of Christ or of Lucifer.
    • predominate in modern times. You know, indeed, what a great difference
    • waking, something quite different concerning the universe flows into
    • in its different stages of evolution. For modern education we need
    • All that comes from old differences of family, race, tribe, peoples,
    • — and this also, from a different direction, provides Ahriman with an
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • of our time, it makes a great difference if one speaks from a
    • Epoch, the Mystery of Golgotha took place. And from many different
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • different character. With a certain justice the widespread original
    • graduated according to the different peoples and races among which it
    • humanity an entirely different impulse, the impulse proceeding from
    • super-sensible Being different from the Being of Christ or of Lucifer.
    • predominate in modern times. You know, indeed, what a great difference
    • waking, something quite different concerning the universe flows into
    • in its different stages of evolution. For modern education we need
    • All that comes from old differences of family, race, tribe, peoples,
    • — and this also, from a different direction, provides Ahriman with an
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • reason for the difference between an Asiatic and an American? The
    • reason is that the starry heavens are portrayed at two different
    • looked upon differently from how it is done today. I will give you a
    • Three was contained in the one in a different way — four again in a
    • different way. The unit embraced all numbers and was the greatest.
    • different mysteries in the world of numbers.
    • the spheres. This is the difference between what holds good today and
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • is something quite different. We can get an idea of this by means of a
    • reason for the difference between an Asiatic and an American? The
    • reason is that the starry heavens are portrayed at two different
    • looked upon differently from how it is done today. I will give you a
    • Three was contained in the one in a different way — four again in a
    • different way. The unit embraced all numbers and was the greatest.
    • different mysteries in the world of numbers.
    • the spheres. This is the difference between what holds good today and
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • different field from the external sense-perceptible field covered by
    • totally different properties from water.
    • resembling sleep (although it is in fact radically different). For if
    • different from sleep. In fact, it could be called fully conscious
    • occur in thousands of different ways, but I will characterize it in
    • vastly different from those of our ordinary memory. Whereas ordinary
    • summon up and something radically different from the content of
    • I'd like to mention a radical difference between visionary or
    • then do we enter a world radically different from the world of the
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
    • spiritual realities which are differentiated, just as the external
    • world is concretely differentiated into clouds, mountains, valleys,
    • trees, flowers, and so on. But although we differentiate natural
    • explained into contemporary culture? Why, no differently than natural
    • the urge to be prophets will suffer a different fate from the prophets
    • biologist. The difference is that the spiritual researcher does his
    • soul to the spiritual world is tremendously different today than it
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • different field from the external sense-perceptible field covered by
    • totally different properties from water.
    • resembling sleep (although it is in fact radically different). For if
    • different from sleep. In fact, it could be called fully conscious
    • occur in thousands of different ways, but I will characterize it in
    • vastly different from those of our ordinary memory. Whereas ordinary
    • summon up and something radically different from the content of
    • I'd like to mention a radical difference between visionary or
    • then do we enter a world radically different from the world of the
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
    • spiritual realities which are differentiated, just as the external
    • world is concretely differentiated into clouds, mountains, valleys,
    • trees, flowers, and so on. But although we differentiate natural
    • explained into contemporary culture? Why, no differently than natural
    • the urge to be prophets will suffer a different fate from the prophets
    • biologist. The difference is that the spiritual researcher does his
    • soul to the spiritual world is tremendously different today than it
  • 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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    • in principle differentiate it from that which we have always carried
    • different spiritual streams brought together, as the great Eastern
    • Certainly much in the spiritual life of our present time differs from
    • very difference that makes a spiritual movement such as Anthroposophy
    • third thousand years how differently the Greek influence is felt. We
    • of which we may say that it is the united flow of all the different
    • Sankhya philosophy is different. When one first meets with this, as it
    • and thus shows itself outwardly in many different forms. A soul
    • and in so doing it takes on many different forms, and it is in
    • undifferentiated material elements and immersed therein, the plurality
    • find as Form, as yet undifferentiated from the unity of the primal
    • in different ways. The Vedas depend throughout on a primeval
    • philosophy was formed in a different way. That process was something
    • Quite different, again, is that spiritual stream which comes down to
    • view, now takes different paths; and how, therefore, the conflict then
    • separate now a different spiritual stream is to take possession of the
    • that this will not be the case, that it all will be different. Krishna
    • the different forms of existence. Human knowledge learns the laws of
    • seek for new expression of these three streams? But the ages differ
    • one from the other, and in many different ways will that which is the
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • to suit our different standpoint, we find it possible to understand
    • differentiated, but flowing like spiritual water, undifferentiated,
    • existed, it was the first form differentiated from the primeval
    • borders of the principle of differentiation and merely hints at a
    • differentiated already so that when we speak of Ahamkara we must
    • differentiated form between Budhi and Manas. When we therefore speak
    • holds together these different provinces to which our senses incline.
    • as opposed to the several senses which we direct to the different
    • admit that it starts from the differentiation of the separate senses
    • differentiated themselves, the forces which form the separate senses
    • philosophy; then Manas differentiates into separate forms and yields
    • has differentiated itself into the separate world-forces of the
    • these different forms; but inasmuch as it does so, and also submerges
    • sympathy therein. Out of Manas the force-substance has differentiated
    • lives in this differentiation principle, it is attached to the
    • working of the separate sense-forces, at this stage differentiated
    • the Prakriti principle and evolving from the highest undifferentiated
    • of Prakriti. From the highest principle of the undifferentiated
    • those ancient times, when it was obtained by different methods. All
    • notice in the spiritual life of the different periods, in the old
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • We have in the last few days made acquaintance with two different
    • two different nuances of world-philosophy which, if we look at them in
    • his own being and passes his fellowman by, cold and indifferent, as
    • Epistles of St. Paul, are outwardly very different from one another;
    • and this external difference acts upon the soul in every part of these
    • different. The sublimity of the poetical language is lacking, even the
    • difference between the law of Moses and Christianity, the Resurrection
    • therefore, there are powerful differences, and we may say that it
    • system of giving names and descriptions was quite different from what
    • ages this was different. Whether we take the description of the
    • incarnation, we may say: Men differ from each other, so that in one
    • something inspired by Manas plays a part, and so on. These differences
    • into a completely different form of life. The phenomena of life and
    • connected in several different ways; it is connected with the coarse
    • different from anything man is accustomed to see. As though the vision
    • different way to every human perception from how anything in the world
    • be thrown upon what we meet with in a different way in the Epistles of
  • 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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    • AT the beginning of yesterday's lecture I pointed out how different
    • represented in a different way by one who is considering the
    • If we wish to draw a comparison between the different views of life
    • If we want to make quite clear to ourselves the difference between the
    • of clairvoyance-to that of the differentiation and mingling of blood
    • expresses itself in the different use made of the etheric body, or
    • different way during the transition from the Persian to the Egyptian
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • grasp is the essential difference between the whole spirit of the Gita
    • addresses to one individual alone. It is a different thing when we
    • all that has already been characterised, must be quite different from
    • find quite a different tone, we find everything spoken from quite a
    • different soul-feeling; It is where St. Paul writes to the Corinthians
    • of how the different human gifts to be found in a group of people must
    • times this was different, then such a man spoke as an instrument of
    • different way-with the revelations of the Gita. He says (1 Cor. xii.
    • guidance of mankind, but there is one Lord. There are differences in
    • characters, others that of speaking different tongues, and to others
    • Paul spoke to humanity in its different members. Then he speaks of the
    • Christ-Power, which holds the different members together just as the
    • body holds its different members together; and the force that can live
    • All this shows us that the different spiritual gifts must be divided
    • differ absolutely from that of Krishna. The Krishna-revelation is
    • confronted mankind when individuals were becoming differentiated, when
    • they really had to become differentiated, each one with his special
    • being able to pour the same thing into each different soul; one had
    • still have a differentiated community even when the souls are
    • and more differentiated.
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • uniform fluid, but as being differentiated and organized — though
    • differentiations, is an organism in the same sense as the solid organism,
    • differentiation. It is permeated by the forces of the Ego. — That
    • Man regarded in a different way:
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • a firm, self-enclosed block; but it is also inwardly differentiated
    • obvious from the fact that the different solid substances have, for
    • example, different weights; this alone shows that the solids within
    • the human organism are differentiated, have different specific weights
    • It is different when we come to the second, the fluid organism that is
    • degree of difference between the aeriform organism and the solid
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • This shows us that by taking these different organisms in man into
    • fluid organism with its own inner differentiation and configuration;
    • asleep. It is different in the case of the astral body and feeling.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • We also studied consciousness at its different levels. As I said
    • its qualities, differs completely from the physical which alone is
    • different organisms as the result of enthusiasm for moral ideals.
    • case of theoretical ideas everything is different, no matter how
    • warmth-organism — that is the difference.
    • man's picture of the universe was very different. All that has
    • ancient astronomy. This ancient astronomy was quite different from
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • must come to life again, but in an entirely different form —
    • different direction, rising up from parts of his organism other than
    • egotistical action is different from an action permeated by love.
    • another, oxygen; they are merely differently grouped. This is simply
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • members of man's whole being and with the different Ethers. —
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • entirely different from the figure on top of the rock. The wings of
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • different. Maxentius consulted the so-called Sibylline Books, the
    • relationships would have become different. But how did this victory
    • Looking to the West and especially to American culture, a different
    • In this connection the various nationalities differ considerably from
    • period of time. That is the difference between the West and the East.
    • no differently in the eighteen-forties: he was always striving! This
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • is happening in the physical world. Consider how different the
    • different.
    • differently than they are doing now. You will have to admit, the
    • differences between East and West. It is not important that we look
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • The way in which events are connected is different from what people
    • can imagine; the karma in the world takes its course in a different
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • entirely different from the figure on top of the rock. The wings of
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • entire map of Europe would have been different. But this battle really
    • different. Maxentius consulted the so-called Sibylline Books, the
    • relationships would have become different. But how did this victory
    • Looking to the West and especially to American culture, a different
    • In this connection the various nationalities differ considerably from
    • period of time. That is the difference between the West and the East.
    • no differently in the eighteen-forties: he was always striving! This
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • is happening in the physical world. Consider how different the
    • different.
    • differently than they are doing now. You will have to admit, the
    • differences between East and West. It is not important that we look
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • The way in which events are connected is different from what people
    • can imagine; the karma in the world takes its course in a different
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • be different when Spiritual Science finds its way into the many
    • completely different it is to go into such a room, compared with other
    • of thought and feeling, a widening of knowledge in the different
    • it became evident at once that the time must be put to a different
    • Let us say that understanding here lies on different levels; then
    • reason. Why do differences of opinion arise? Is it because some
    • subject is looked at from different standpoints or also, possibly,
    • from different levels? If the latter is the case, the others will not
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • sagas and legends, but on the totally different ground of which we
    • altogether different way. The reason for this is that not until the
    • differ, in essentials, from what it is at present; but the early
    • Atlantean epoch was fundamentally different from the later, and anyone
    • first human beings were bi-sexual, then there was differentiation into
    • was known that as he moved about, he differed from the Spirits only in
    • no very essential difference between physical men and the spirit
    • communicates with the Spirits does not differ from the way he
    • different from those working in the typical Post-Atlantean races. In
    • differing altogether from the phantasy of other peoples. We can
    • in a different form will be capable of throwing the West into
    • If, however (to quote words used in a different connection by our
    • understand that their mission now belongs to a different age and that
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • however, the attitude is very different, although this is not
    • him; the reaction of his feelings, at any rate will be quite different
    • different illness, and both died within the same hour. Those who
    • indication that because there is something different in the actual
    • is an indication that such happenings differ from those in which there
    • “millenium,” of a different shaping of the future brought
    • differently from those who are ignorant of what lies behind apparently
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • Although their language differs from that in which they have to be
    • given to the world in different epochs and in multifarious ways.
    • translated into every European language but it differs fundamentally
    • living memories arose of entirely different circumstances of life,
    • existence, when all that was present was a kind of undifferentiated
    • language differs from all other European languages; externally, one
    • spiritual facts themselves, and differences of opinion on the various
    • it will be recognised that the revelations given to the different
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • others. In this sense I ask you to pay attention to a difference that
    • simply to describe a certain difference between pre-Christian,
    • culture) — a difference which becomes clear when insight into
    • Science, namely, those of the return of the human being in different
    • which differ fundamentally from anything taught in the West. In the
    • Individuality who passes through the different incarnations, ascending
    • difference. The matter may be summed up by saying that the whole trend
    • time. Something altogether different is represented by John the
    • difference between the pre-Christian views prevailing in Greece and
    • although he held a very different view later on. Goethe's experience
    • Conception, a form of Christianity independent of all differences of
    • doctrine found entrance. While men have fought for these differences
    • differences, it is again a beginning, just as the work of the Baptist
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • had seen had always been provided with quite a different means of
    • because they are different from what I have seen before; enlightenment
    • made manifest which, while differing in many essentials, is identical
    • in Greece. How great the difference is between these founders of
    • discerning the differences can suggest, as is often mischievously done
    • today, that the teachings of Lao-tse or Confucius do not differ from
    • left imperfect. Those who go about the Earth with indifference and
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • present lecture will endeavour to add yet another, different picture.
    • entirely different. Yet the fact should not be lost sight of that the
    • perception was altogether different compared with perception as it is
    • different epochs, but concentrates upon the existence of the one
    • twentieth year still have parents living, is a very different matter
    • urging me to think quite differently now, about certain things.”
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • differentiated into three. There is, firstly, man's earthly
    • consciousness between death and a new birth are essentially different
    • different character from those available to him during life in the
    • principle of earthly man differs in an important respect from the
    • It is different with all that even during our lifetime became outward
    • into a different cosmic register. While the human being is living
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • significance only for him, for other beings have quite different forms
    • operate quite differently. The forces of selfish thoughts become
    • different Hierarchies are involved in a constant process of evolution.
    • the different human forms. Just as the various races have developed
    • and other bodily forms; he can perceive the striking differences in
    • quite a different character, an epoch when, all over the Earth, the
    • repeated merely in slightly different form, but actual progress takes
    • different thing to bring forward some young man and announce that he
    • least, to find evidence in the different lives of what, admittedly,
    • some young person living today are announced. That is a very different
    • no different from a teacher of mathematics, who quite obviously has
    • He passed through the “different grades of Initiation.” In
    • Christ Stream, a different task devolves upon him for the times to
    • quite differently constituted from human beings on Earth. These
    • strikingly it differs from the lives of all the other founders of
    • people that the mystical experience of a Yogi has never differed from
    • Theresa, for example, differ fundamentally and essentially! Is it not
    • case of St. Theresa? As true as there is a difference between the red
    • there is a difference between experiences arising in the practice of
    • Yoga and those of a later age. There is a fundamental difference and a
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    • appeared quite other than it is today. Things were entirely different
    • the earth had an entirely different physiognomy, when what now forms
    • different bodies than today; we reach ancient Atlantis, of which our
    • bodies had different forms at that time, but the souls that live in us
    • something altogether natural. An entirely different grouping will
    • repetition in the different periods of time, but it will seem far more
    • could at one time have been different. We will discern that there was
    • his physical and etheric bodies, he has a different consciousness; he
    • look down on the physical earth. It is not then indifferent to him
    • different was the course of our lives, how differently did our souls
    • epoch the soul experienced something quite different than in the Greek
    • quite different from what the ancient Egyptian experienced when he
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    • arises? It is a form that is different from physical man, as different
    • Since these beings were at different stages, they could not go through
    • all this was man, but in entirely different form.
    • needed no air; they had an entirely different breathing system. Man
    • then entirely different from the air of today, for all kinds of vapors
    • In Atlantis man was entirely different from today, but he had reached
    • things looked entirely different, although still not the same as
    • expression in the religious views of the different post-Atlantean
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    • which there prevailed conditions of consciousness entirely different
    • from those of today. Through these different forms of consciousness
    • In the latter Atlantean time men were different one from another, some
    • is done today; they colonized in a different way. They knew that they
    • Egypt, whenever the different post-Atlantean cultures appeared,
    • surrounding objects in a way different from his perception today. This
    • it he experienced something quite different. In approaching the pond a
    • different
    • plus the ego, but the physical body still looked quite different. We
    • one could perceive four different types. One part of mankind would
    • different at that time from today. Naturally, some men matured earlier
    • It was entirely different with the more advanced persons, with the
    • body has developed a long way; hence it differs from others only in
    • vastly different from other men. The others still had a more
    • initiate differed from these in that his physical body was more
    • Things were different in the ancient initiation schools. Thinking had
    • influenced that it became different from the bodies of other men.
    • form, transformed itself into something different, and how this was
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • influence on the pupil was entirely different from what it is today.
    • person, it was quite different from a teacher confronting a pupil
    • today. Entirely different forces worked from age to youth. This will
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    • But this light of the sun is reflected in a different form every day.
    • of twenty-eight nerve-filaments, corresponding to the different phases
    • sun-year. But the sun-year is longer, and the difference between the
    • primeval sound that differentiates itself into many sounds.
    • this, differentiating itself into throat-sounds, lung-sounds, as in
    • the letters of the alphabet. These letters come from different sides;
    • The place where the sound differentiates and divides is the higher
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    • The form of the animals of that time was entirely different from that
    • different names in their language. The initiates of the Egyptians had
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • Egyptians called Osiris, which can work upon man through the different
    • discovers what is present in the different types. There are
    • occurred through all these events. Four different elements, four
    • occurred through the differing effects of the working of the Isis and
    • in the upper members of the human being the differentiations we
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • gift. But this clairvoyance is entirely different from that which is
    • Things were already different among the Persians in the second
    • Manu. If we wish to characterize in a few strokes the difference
    • It was different with the Chaldeans, and even more different with the
    • One who understands the Greek temple knows that it differs profoundly
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • In order to understand how life in kamaloka differs from life in
    • mighty buildings. In earlier times things looked very different on
    • there were entirely different animals in Europe, how Europe looked
    • quite different. The face of the earth is constantly changing, whence
    • sojourn there was something quite different from what it is today.
    • the spiritual world. In ancient times the difference between sleep and
    • were going through a stage of evolution different from his. In this
    • bony system of this being became something entirely different from
    • something different; it took on different colors. A new force was
    • backward beings became the different animal forms — the birds,
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • relationships in the spiritual world had become different. I have
    • the gigantic pyramids, how different it was when it reincarnated in
    • the Greco-Latin period, and how different it is in our time. We have
    • world so that the soul always experiences something different there.
    • purpose we must explore many different things that affected souls in
    • sure, the Egyptian initiate experienced this in a different way than
    • does the ordinary person who dies. He experienced it differently and
    • few words. This initiation is essentially different from that of the
    • different. Initiation is nothing other than man's gaining the capacity
    • different course of evolution.
    • It has recently been said that certain beings pursued a different path
    • different course. Up to a certain stage it travels together with man,
    • The forms in Lemuria were different from those in Atlantis. In those
    • into decadence. The situation is different in another realm of
    • different than now, so certain soul-spiritual forms degenerate in the
    • different names. In certain regions it is called the midday woman.
    • woman. She appears in many regions under many different names. She is
    • views of certain higher beings, it would have been a different
    • man; among animals, becoming ill is something different. We see how
    • injuries. If a man is run over, that is something entirely different.
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    • different meaning and power. What is memory today? Reflect on whether
    • man is far more superstitious. He clings to entirely different gods,
    • ** Note 2: The German word Volk has no convenient English equivalent. We shall translate it as people or folk in different contexts.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • existence. These facts could also be approached from a different point
    • always asleep, Only there is a difference between sleep during the
    • malevolent deeds. Here there is something more than and different
    • deeds. There is a difference between standing by and taking pleasure
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • that followed? Nothing different from what otherwise takes place in
    • built their dwelling places by methods very different from those used
    • works. It will differ from a physical body in this respect only, that
    • physical body, it will make no difference, when the moment comes for
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    • existence. These facts could also be approached from a different point
    • always asleep, Only there is a difference between sleep during the
    • malevolent deeds. Here there is something more than and different
    • deeds. There is a difference between standing by and taking pleasure
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • that followed? Nothing different from what otherwise takes place in
    • built their dwelling places by methods very different from those used
    • works. It will differ from a physical body in this respect only, that
    • physical body, it will make no difference, when the moment comes for
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    • in effect, something altogether different from the so-called death of
    • is altogether different. And if a man defined it thus: An engine is a
    • in the Universe for a very different purpose: when man is summoned to
    • Needless to say, every branch of culture has many different branches
    • altogether different from what the men of today are as yet inclined to
    • differently. In the two thousand years which still have to pass until
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • Wilson. And yet there is a radical difference between the two — a
    • difference which we notice as we read. Not indeed a difference in
    • we evolve towards the future. The difference is this: in Hermann
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
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    • in effect, something altogether different from the so-called death of
    • is altogether different. And if a man defined it thus: An engine is a
    • in the Universe for a very different purpose: when man is summoned to
    • Needless to say, every branch of culture has many different branches
    • altogether different from what the men of today are as yet inclined to
    • differently. In the two thousand years which still have to pass until
    • quite different way in which men are now related to speech and
    • Wilson. And yet there is a radical difference between the two — a
    • difference which we notice as we read. Not indeed a difference in
    • we evolve towards the future. The difference is this: in Hermann
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman, quite a different state would have existed as early
    • against it with equal selfishness! Let us take a different case. Suppose
    • a different direction, and his feeling in still another. It was necessary for
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • carve our different kinds of hard wood, we need muscular strength. We
    • different in the spiritual world, “I find the way to you so easily
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman, quite a different state would have existed as early
    • against it with equal selfishness! Let us take a different case. Suppose
    • a different direction, and his feeling in still another. It was necessary for
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • carve our different kinds of hard wood, we need muscular strength. We
    • different in the spiritual world, “I find the way to you so easily
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    • spirit. What we were, and what we experienced there, is very different
    • they are so utterly different from earthly conditions. Man models his
    • inwards. As etheric body it is, of course, undifferentiated at the
    • he has one, but he obtains it differently from the way in which he
    • present birth. Moreover, the astral body is highly differentiated,
    • differentiated astral body becomes more and more undifferentiated.
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • differentiations which the astral body has brought with it are far
    • dissolved. Into this undifferentiated entity all that we do now is
    • the physical heart, the ego takes a different path. It slides into the
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
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    • spirit. What we were, and what we experienced there, is very different
    • they are so utterly different from earthly conditions. Man models his
    • inwards. As etheric body it is, of course, undifferentiated at the
    • he has one, but he obtains it differently from the way in which he
    • present birth. Moreover, the astral body is highly differentiated,
    • differentiated astral body becomes more and more undifferentiated.
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • differentiations which the astral body has brought with it are far
    • dissolved. Into this undifferentiated entity all that we do now is
    • the physical heart, the ego takes a different path. It slides into the
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • today, from infancy to old age, we obtain a very different picture from the
    • quite different from those of earlier times, inasmuch as they are based upon
    • indifference, nay even apathy toward religious emotion. Nor would it stop
    • there. A state of indifference toward the concerns of the soul is only
    • impressed, apathy regarding external life would follow upon indifference
    • The precursors of indifference to religious life were plainly perceptible
    • the universe quite different from the one offered in good faith by natural
    • answer to these questions must come from a different quarter. And it is
    • different from faculties which are recognized today. I spoke about the
    • different message from these vibrations. A spiritual researcher is a man
    • depends on the results of spiritual research of others, is different from the
    • who accepts the results of natural science. The relationship is a different
    • differently from other literature. Scientific literature imparts certain
    • Winter presents a different spiritual scene. Anyone who is only aware of
    • the earth, as earth, is quite different during the winter from what it is in
    • spiritual perceptions, which for the most part are very different from
    • focuses his attention upon the difference in the activity of the ego in the
    • type of religious faith and another to a different one has nothing to do
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • today, from infancy to old age, we obtain a very different picture from the
    • quite different from those of earlier times, inasmuch as they are based upon
    • indifference, nay even apathy toward religious emotion. Nor would it stop
    • there. A state of indifference toward the concerns of the soul is only
    • impressed, apathy regarding external life would follow upon indifference
    • The precursors of indifference to religious life were plainly perceptible
    • the universe quite different from the one offered in good faith by natural
    • answer to these questions must come from a different quarter. And it is
    • different from faculties which are recognized today. I spoke about the
    • different message from these vibrations. A spiritual researcher is a man
    • depends on the results of spiritual research of others, is different from the
    • who accepts the results of natural science. The relationship is a different
    • differently from other literature. Scientific literature imparts certain
    • Winter presents a different spiritual scene. Anyone who is only aware of
    • the earth, as earth, is quite different during the winter from what it is in
    • spiritual perceptions, which for the most part are very different from
    • focuses his attention upon the difference in the activity of the ego in the
    • type of religious faith and another to a different one has nothing to do
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    • difference between arriving at an understanding of the concepts
    • anything different. Thus, in privacy, tranquility and seclusion the
    • different and much shorter in the case of an individual who in a
    • everyone to a quite different extent from what was the case in
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    • difference between arriving at an understanding of the concepts
    • anything different. Thus, in privacy, tranquility and seclusion the
    • different and much shorter in the case of an individual who in a
    • everyone to a quite different extent from what was the case in
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    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • A completely different
    • belladonna, the deadly nightshade: how are actual poisons different
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • scientific medicine must take on a different character. The outer
    • organism in a completely different way, we can stimulate the
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    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • A completely different
    • belladonna, the deadly nightshade: how are actual poisons different
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • scientific medicine must take on a different character. The outer
    • organism in a completely different way, we can stimulate the
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    • differs significantly, however, from the way taken by natural science.
    • continuation of natural science, makes entirely different demands on
    • On this issue spiritual science takes a completely different stand
    • to have completely different qualities from water, so may the soul,
    • the historical facts differs from the way of contemplating scientific
    • different aspect than the law just mentioned, but it is as true as any
    • and China, Persia and India, Greece and Rome — were different from
    • conditions different from those of today. Just as in the individual
    • especially bears out this fact. Modern pedagogy differs markedly from
    • different course. When the youthful forces of humanity cease to flow,
    • schools took different forms in different countries, but at all
    • universe. His experience differed markedly from ordinary contemplation
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    • differs significantly, however, from the way taken by natural science.
    • continuation of natural science, makes entirely different demands on
    • On this issue spiritual science takes a completely different stand
    • to have completely different qualities from water, so may the soul,
    • the historical facts differs from the way of contemplating scientific
    • different aspect than the law just mentioned, but it is as true as any
    • and China, Persia and India, Greece and Rome — were different from
    • conditions different from those of today. Just as in the individual
    • especially bears out this fact. Modern pedagogy differs markedly from
    • different course. When the youthful forces of humanity cease to flow,
    • schools took different forms in different countries, but at all
    • universe. His experience differed markedly from ordinary contemplation
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    • Steiner in different places between 27th July and 16th September, 1923.
    • certain differences between his waking and sleeping states, yet
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • was once united with the Earth, yet in a very different way from the
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    • Steiner in different places between 27th July and 16th September, 1923.
    • certain differences between his waking and sleeping states, yet
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • was once united with the Earth, yet in a very different way from the
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    • could be understood only by her. Considering the different way things are
    • differences in the contents of the three coffins. In one there is a
    • wings. There are different kinds of souls. This is what I wish to tell you
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    • could be understood only by her. Considering the different way things are
    • differences in the contents of the three coffins. In one there is a
    • wings. There are different kinds of souls. This is what I wish to tell you
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • very different from ours. I have repeatedly drawn attention to the fact (you
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • differ very much from one another and their features will be strongly
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
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    • the Atlantean epoch, everything was quite different. Let us therefore call
    • very different from ours. I have repeatedly drawn attention to the fact (you
    • was quite different. If someone harboured evil thoughts, his face completely
    • differ very much from one another and their features will be strongly
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
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    • brooch in a different place each evening, but as I do so I will hold the
    • a different handwriting. Tell him to stop writing automatically and try
    • the letters he writes. Tell him to try to shape his handwriting differently
    • expected to acquire an entirely different character in their handwriting.
    • It is an excellent accomplishment to be able to do quite differently the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • mean that we need become fanatical about the indifferent use of our right
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
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    • brooch in a different place each evening, but as I do so I will hold the
    • a different handwriting. Tell him to stop writing automatically and try
    • the letters he writes. Tell him to try to shape his handwriting differently
    • expected to acquire an entirely different character in their handwriting.
    • It is an excellent accomplishment to be able to do quite differently the
    • quite differently on occasion the things we do habitually. This does not
    • mean that we need become fanatical about the indifferent use of our right
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
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    • he makes it into something different.
    • This something different, which develops out of the nature processes in
    • definitely distinguish three members which differ one from another.
    • These three different members can be labeled in the most varied ways,
    • knowledge of how the separate systems behave in the different organs. If
    • different systems it is essential to know how the method of treatment
    • must be initiated, for almost every remedy can be used in three different
    • silica, or quartz. It makes quite a difference whether we prepare this
    • Thus we see how the healing effect of the different substances brought
    • different ways.
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    • he makes it into something different.
    • This something different, which develops out of the nature processes in
    • definitely distinguish three members which differ one from another.
    • These three different members can be labeled in the most varied ways,
    • knowledge of how the separate systems behave in the different organs. If
    • different systems it is essential to know how the method of treatment
    • must be initiated, for almost every remedy can be used in three different
    • silica, or quartz. It makes quite a difference whether we prepare this
    • Thus we see how the healing effect of the different substances brought
    • different ways.
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    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • create language as a means of communication between the different
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    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • create language as a means of communication between the different
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    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • those who know one another within such groups is quite different from
    • a different significance for the spiritual world than other work we
    • entirely different from those of our age. Three characteristic traits
    • to the city meant something different to the individual from what
    • different countries and peoples shut themselves off today from one
    • different languages. The mobilization order in Austria had to be
    • different racial stocks, apart from all minor differentiations, are
    • different lineages. The most highly composite state in Europe stands
    • that he is God. How different it is in the West and in Central Europe!
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    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • those who know one another within such groups is quite different from
    • a different significance for the spiritual world than other work we
    • entirely different from those of our age. Three characteristic traits
    • to the city meant something different to the individual from what
    • different countries and peoples shut themselves off today from one
    • different languages. The mobilization order in Austria had to be
    • different racial stocks, apart from all minor differentiations, are
    • different lineages. The most highly composite state in Europe stands
    • that he is God. How different it is in the West and in Central Europe!
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    • completely different significance for them. Hence, we can say that
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by men. In regard to nourishment an entirely different viewpoint
    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
    • Tea works in a totally different and opposite
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
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    • completely different significance for them. Hence, we can say that
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by men. In regard to nourishment an entirely different viewpoint
    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
    • Tea works in a totally different and opposite
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
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    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
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    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
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    • life on earth, we shall have to look at human life from ever-differing
    • man was not the real human being. The natural man was clearly differentiated
    • under Greek conditions in a different incarnation, would say: ‘Take heed
    • This indicates once again the enormous difference between the
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
    • something different. We have to achieve our full humanity while on earth.
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    • life on earth, we shall have to look at human life from ever-differing
    • man was not the real human being. The natural man was clearly differentiated
    • under Greek conditions in a different incarnation, would say: ‘Take heed
    • This indicates once again the enormous difference between the
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
    • something different. We have to achieve our full humanity while on earth.
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    • nature of man's development is entirely different in the three different
    • considerable difference in this respect in the first, second and third stage
    • that blood was different then. And they would not even have had the
    • makes a difference if you understand the kinds of things that are being
    • from an entirely different quarter than the study of the aesthetics of color.
    • The ability to teach comes from an entirely different quarter than the
    • steer their thoughts in the direction of spiritual science. Different kinds of
    • that spiritual scientific thoughts are different from thoughts without
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    • nature of man's development is entirely different in the three different
    • considerable difference in this respect in the first, second and third stage
    • that blood was different then. And they would not even have had the
    • makes a difference if you understand the kinds of things that are being
    • from an entirely different quarter than the study of the aesthetics of color.
    • The ability to teach comes from an entirely different quarter than the
    • steer their thoughts in the direction of spiritual science. Different kinds of
    • that spiritual scientific thoughts are different from thoughts without
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    • Meetings of course point to differences which vary according to
    • indifference, not even in mere thoughts and feelings, even though we
    • is one of the differences between us and others, who believe that at the age
    • the morning for different items is nothing else than an equivalent for
    • socialism. Men are also different according to their groupings over
    • the world. We will discuss one of these differences so that we may see
    • the earth are different — and exactly in this difference dwells an
    • People are thus differentiated according to where they live and how
    • speak English by nature (single cases may be different) — a
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
    • One must therefore know how different abilities are spread among the
    • with the Guardian of the Threshold”. There are marked differences in
    • So we can see the differences in human qualities when we look at the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha has worked in different metamorphoses through
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    • Meetings of course point to differences which vary according to
    • indifference, not even in mere thoughts and feelings, even though we
    • is one of the differences between us and others, who believe that at the age
    • the morning for different items is nothing else than an equivalent for
    • socialism. Men are also different according to their groupings over
    • the world. We will discuss one of these differences so that we may see
    • the earth are different — and exactly in this difference dwells an
    • People are thus differentiated according to where they live and how
    • speak English by nature (single cases may be different) — a
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
    • One must therefore know how different abilities are spread among the
    • with the Guardian of the Threshold”. There are marked differences in
    • So we can see the differences in human qualities when we look at the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha has worked in different metamorphoses through
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    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • the same, although the causes were different.
    • begin to think about many things in a different way. Only then will
    • bringing to a decisive issue the overwhelming difference between
    • earth in different streams. Races and peoples began to intermix, thus
    • reality is becoming more and more evident, manifests in different
    • the nerves and senses is altogether different from what can be known
    • Different again is the effect produced by what is rhythmic in the
    • But there are great differences in respect of all this — for example,
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    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • the same, although the causes were different.
    • begin to think about many things in a different way. Only then will
    • bringing to a decisive issue the overwhelming difference between
    • earth in different streams. Races and peoples began to intermix, thus
    • reality is becoming more and more evident, manifests in different
    • the nerves and senses is altogether different from what can be known
    • Different again is the effect produced by what is rhythmic in the
    • But there are great differences in respect of all this — for example,
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    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
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    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
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    • have a different answer according to his outlook on the world —
    • different from the processes that take place in man to-day, when he
    • In the ancient civilisations — and herein lies the great difference
    • examine the matter carefully, comparing different conditions of soul
    • Feelings are, of course, something altogether different from dream
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • With the life of the will it is again different. We do not as a rule
    • It is, as you see, a different attitude we have to attain from that of
    • different fields can grow into a knowledge of man, a comprehensive
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    • have a different answer according to his outlook on the world —
    • different from the processes that take place in man to-day, when he
    • In the ancient civilisations — and herein lies the great difference
    • examine the matter carefully, comparing different conditions of soul
    • Feelings are, of course, something altogether different from dream
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • With the life of the will it is again different. We do not as a rule
    • It is, as you see, a different attitude we have to attain from that of
    • different fields can grow into a knowledge of man, a comprehensive
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    • was as though forces streamed into his being and into his different
    • In the presence of ugliness the Greek's feeling was quite different
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    • was as though forces streamed into his being and into his different
    • In the presence of ugliness the Greek's feeling was quite different
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    • say that, each in a different way, these three festivals bring man
    • festivals also differ as regards the human soul-forces. Christmas
    • differently in ancient times — for instance, seven or eight
    • souls were indeed differently constituted than they are to-day,
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • different from that of to-day. Our astronomy is in a certain sense
    • carefully selected Mystery-pupils. It had a different effect then than
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • different matter to call upon the reasoning of children through the
    • it is a different matter to know these things — from the
    • differently regarded than it is to-day. Again the historians of
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • Golgotha from a different quarter than that from which the
    • came from two such different quarters. For a heavenly Being, as yet
    • differentiations. And the Magi, who received a sun-annunciation, an
    • soul-constitution was an entirely different one, will only be
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    • For a different translation of this lecture, see:
    • say that, each in a different way, these three festivals bring man
    • festivals also differ as regards the human soul-forces. Christmas
    • differently in ancient times — for instance, seven or eight
    • souls were indeed differently constituted than they are to-day,
    • differing, modes of knowledge. Let us turn our attention for the
    • different from that of to-day. Our astronomy is in a certain sense
    • carefully selected Mystery-pupils. It had a different effect then than
    • different way in which at that time they were taught. It is quite a
    • different matter to call upon the reasoning of children through the
    • it is a different matter to know these things — from the
    • differently regarded than it is to-day. Again the historians of
    • The facts are simply upon occasion quite different from the concepts
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • Golgotha from a different quarter than that from which the
    • came from two such different quarters. For a heavenly Being, as yet
    • differentiations. And the Magi, who received a sun-annunciation, an
    • soul-constitution was an entirely different one, will only be
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    • the matter in a completely different way than many, twenty to thirty
    • said about the difference between man and woman! Everywhere today you
    • can read in short reviews how many different opinions there are
    • concerning the difference between men and women, and how, from these
    • differing opinions people have tried to form a view concerning the
    • Meyreder. You can find different views catalogued elsewhere so
    • certainty comes somewhat to a standstill when so many different views
    • a woman of one particular people (or nation or tribe) will differ far
    • man and woman only the big physiological differences; and anyone who
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • this question must he modified in relation to the different social
    • culture. One looked at it differently in every way. This is not said
    • the relation of man and woman in earlier times when quite different
    • the factory and there are quite different problems there than when
    • become something different. It is not so long ago that what today is
    • range of the language one name which differs from all others.
    • quite clear about this difference that exists between human beings
    • different members of the human nature, it would convince you that it
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
    • the fact that one becomes a completely different human being in the
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    • the matter in a completely different way than many, twenty to thirty
    • said about the difference between man and woman! Everywhere today you
    • can read in short reviews how many different opinions there are
    • concerning the difference between men and women, and how, from these
    • differing opinions people have tried to form a view concerning the
    • Meyreder. You can find different views catalogued elsewhere so
    • certainty comes somewhat to a standstill when so many different views
    • a woman of one particular people (or nation or tribe) will differ far
    • man and woman only the big physiological differences; and anyone who
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • this question must he modified in relation to the different social
    • culture. One looked at it differently in every way. This is not said
    • the relation of man and woman in earlier times when quite different
    • the factory and there are quite different problems there than when
    • become something different. It is not so long ago that what today is
    • range of the language one name which differs from all others.
    • quite clear about this difference that exists between human beings
    • different members of the human nature, it would convince you that it
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
    • the fact that one becomes a completely different human being in the
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    • must rely, for this, on an entirely different being, on a being who
    • enter a stream of evolution which is quite different from the one
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    • must rely, for this, on an entirely different being, on a being who
    • enter a stream of evolution which is quite different from the one
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    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • us to reckon. The Differential still possesses all the properties that
    • it eludes sense-perception. In the Differential, sense-perception is
    • Thus the Differential is an Infinitesimal as against the finitely
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
    • Differential is but a point, a zero. For spiritual comprehension,
    • are dead; if, however, we perceive these points as differential
    • differential magnitudes that we grasp the full range of what is
    • Differential. When we reckon in Differentials we are always on the
    • need but once integrate a differential equation with full
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    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • us to reckon. The Differential still possesses all the properties that
    • it eludes sense-perception. In the Differential, sense-perception is
    • Thus the Differential is an Infinitesimal as against the finitely
    • something quite different from it, namely to the real
    • Differential is but a point, a zero. For spiritual comprehension,
    • are dead; if, however, we perceive these points as differential
    • differential magnitudes that we grasp the full range of what is
    • Differential. When we reckon in Differentials we are always on the
    • need but once integrate a differential equation with full
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    • value and that originally they must have existed in quite a different
    • IT” and some of the Kings' plays do not differ so greatly from
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    • value and that originally they must have existed in quite a different
    • IT” and some of the Kings' plays do not differ so greatly from
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
    • means of the different viewpoint.
    • Lost,  As You Like It, etc., do not differ so
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
    • means of the different viewpoint.
    • Lost,  As You Like It, etc., do not differ so
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    • advocate of Manicheanism. It is usually thought that the different
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    • it is a completely different process from the process which takes
    • them is something quite different from hearing mere tone, mere sound.
    • Further, it is again something quite different to perceive the thought
    • of course radically different from the sense of sight or the sense of
    • world in a totally different way from the eye. The eye is much more a
    • apprehension of what is heard; that is something quite different. The
    • indifference whether it is a block of wood that is moved, or a man;
    • makes no difference to the physical course of the process. The sense
    • difference between what I have shown in the diagram as yellow and what
    • diagram in colour.) There is an immense difference between the content
    • life-sense and so on. And you will understand this difference best if
    • significance for the outer process. What difference does it make, to
    • the case of the ringing bell, “What difference does it make to
    • something quite different from all that the diagram shows from the
    • it is. The difference between the upper and the lower man must always
    • be borne in mind. Unless we bear this difference in mind we cannot get
    • from an altogether different sphere. And if you study the human being,
    • sphere in a different way from the way in which we are related to the
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    • the one pole of our experience is utterly different from our
    • in a very different spiritual configuration from the one at present
    • entirely different spiritual constitution. For if one approaches
    • judges his logic differently from the way one does if one merely looks
    • The enormous differences that obtain between different epochs of
    • and being as the Father, or of a different nature and being, is
    • logic was something quite different from what it had been for
    • quite different from the relationship that Plato had. It is not a
    • different from the way which befits a spiritual epoch. Now if we have
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    • something quite different in man from what it is in animals. We must
    • particularly so when the concept of memory is applied indifferently to
    • expresses itself quite differently in the very little child from the
    • very individual manner of memory-formation, how it differs in children
    • There is of course an important pedagogic difference between the
    • that we are related to our head in experience quite differently from
    • the rest of our organism in quite a different way from the way we are
    • of recognising these very subtle differences in human nature.
    • difference between the head and the rest of the organism. Then in the
    • very forms of the head we shall see a somewhat different derivation
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    • different — a description of what Raphael became on Earth after his
    • who came forth from Elijah-John, appearing before mankind in two different
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    • different — a description of what Raphael became on Earth after his
    • who came forth from Elijah-John, appearing before mankind in two different
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    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • have to become acquainted with completely different conceptions.
    • matter is a little different, but that need not concern us at this
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • for such experiences reveal the complete difference of the spiritual
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • must grasp the connection that these are only two different points and
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • When young children who have loved us die, it is a very different
    • spiritual world describes this difference in the following way. The
    • Knowledge of different souls in the spiritual world reveals that those
    • sphere of earthly man. The meaning of this difference can also be
    • Spiritually perceived, there is a great, great difference. When little
    • and the feeling he has is therefore different from the feeling present
    • considered from different angles. If we succeed in becoming conscious
    • were, to be pieced together from many different fragments. We can only
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    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • have to become acquainted with completely different conceptions.
    • matter is a little different, but that need not concern us at this
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • for such experiences reveal the complete difference of the spiritual
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • must grasp the connection that these are only two different points and
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • When young children who have loved us die, it is a very different
    • spiritual world describes this difference in the following way. The
    • Knowledge of different souls in the spiritual world reveals that those
    • sphere of earthly man. The meaning of this difference can also be
    • Spiritually perceived, there is a great, great difference. When little
    • and the feeling he has is therefore different from the feeling present
    • considered from different angles. If we succeed in becoming conscious
    • were, to be pieced together from many different fragments. We can only
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • You know that wires connecting the different apparatuses extend from
    • previous to this is very different from what in times of better
    • and perceive that there is here something very different from what an
    • disclosed if for a moment we pause to consider the difference between
    • physicists dream, but that it is differentiated. It is something that
    • in space by their power of attraction. It is quite different when we
    • incarnations, and how they reappear later in entirely different forms.
  • 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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    • conditions of health are very different to the case of another who
    • different conditions of healing are necessary in the case of one
    • this? It depends on the fact that an entirely different influence is
    • difference between a man who likes mathematics and one who does not.
    • sense-eyes by means of different coloured balls? In this way that
    • propagation of humanity was entirely different. Man lived more in the
    • were again quite different, to a primeval past when the sun, which is
    • were still undifferentiated.
    • this difference was perceived in the opposition of earlier forces to
    • those still at work, but now their opposition was in a different form.
  • 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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    • self-conscious ego. With animals it is quite different; the ego of
    • If we consider the difference between animals and man we must
    • You have here been given a panoramic view of the different kingdoms.
    • is in an entirely different position to the human or to the animal
    • entirely different conditions from those of today. He possessed a dim
    • Thus we can now consider the world with entirely different feelings;
    • body. There is a great difference between human beings in this
    • different as are human astral bodies. Every man has his own particular
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • supplement the different Kingdoms of nature that surround us in the
    • “Spirits of the different Ages, or Zeitgeists,” is
    • many Spirits of Personality different ones have been the directors of
    • different; each planetary condition has its own mission to fulfil
    • into an undifferentiated condition. It then passed through a kind of
    • at a quite different rate from before, when they had to carry the very
  • 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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    • homogeneous; if you had been sensitive to differences of warmth you
    • physical body on the Sun was, however, quite different to what it is
    • entirely different. In fact, upon the ancient Moon man developed in
    • clairvoyantly it is seen to be different from other plants. It
    • Moon this was different, the pictures which then rose and disappeared
    • everything was again differentiated.
    • been led so far that you would have arrived in quite different realms.
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    • then a different field of activity to what they have on the earth.
    • Atlantis away we find our ancestors in a condition very different from
    • the lower principles of man was very different to what it is now.
    • hand, should appear differently, that it should be lengthened, for
    • entirely different state of consciousness — one that was without
    • in different directions; those in whom the bones had hardened
    • with others who had come by different paths.
    • express something different by this.
  • 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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    • In the last lecture it was shown how a differentiation had arisen in
    • quite different at another — was in this way a kind of betrayer
    • or bad his external shape assumed a different form. It was impossible
    • absolutely different from what it is now, and, of course, the
    • conditions of consciousness were essentially different.
    • Substances were quite different; respiration and nutrition were in a
    • different degrees of warmth. It was the first universal sense organ.
    • The various organs were differentiated gradually, and very gradually
    • different races developed. Only those people, who migrated from their
    • evolution. There is, of course, a great difference in animals; between
    • within the earth. From these entirely different forms have naturally
    • not aware of his environment. This was different in olden times, for
    • difference between the conditions of sleeping and waking as exists
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    • say world-bodies) that have been brought before you as the different
    • passed through their human stage there did so under entirely different
    • entirely different conditions, for the ancient Sun consisted only of
    • partly different; even here the animal stands midway between man and
    • we have to distinguish between different forces. In order that we may
    • hear sounds with our ears, smell, and taste, was only differentiated
    • what was meant; on their planet they have a different way of
    • differentiated it was inwardly connected with reproduction. Precisely
    • such images he would be an entirely different being, for as soon as
  • 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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    • conditions of the consciousness of man were quite different to what
    • kingdoms so also there are many different grades among the beings
    • Things seen in one way in the physical world have a very different
    • the Gods — was quite different to what it became later. Indeed,
    • Conditions varied among the different European populations. Under
    • humanity in a quite different way from other peoples. Let us try to
    • different consciousness from that of the ancient Indians; they
    • different. Then, during sleep, when at night the astral body and ego
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    • also an essentially different side.
    • So humanity developed through the different ages of post-Atlantean
    • catastrophe in many different ways in European bodies.
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    • the civilizations of the different nations belonging to the
    • between the different periods of post Atlantean civilization; these we
    • really of very different values, and in some respects it was suitable
    • souls, and the difference there is between the various categories of
    • cause of his karma, only when he lived in Yoga, could the difference
    • the Atlantean epoch. People were so different in external physiognomy
    • throughout the seven periods that one might speak rather of different
    • with all the differences that are a relic of earlier times. We still
    • differences that existed in Atlantean times, and the idea of race has
    • Humanity will be differentiated in the future even more than in the
    • Humanity will be divided according to differences in intellect and
    • followed the grand ideas of Kepler, knows differently, and he will be
    • difference; even the Egyptians knew no difference between what was
    • simply a matter of belief or a fact of knowledge. This difference
    • last lecture, but it was of a different nature; this is a new descent
    • something different. The forms of truth continually change. In order
    • merely as a repetition, but differentiated and upon a higher level.
    • they make any different statements regarding Buddha than those in the
    • Western esotericism. This will not differ from that of a follower of
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    • make clear the difference, especially in all this confusion between
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    • speak. And we should not think about this any differently than we
    • before, except then it occurs in a different manner. Anyhow, when we
    • treat left-handed children differently from right-handed ones when I
    • languages differ in different regions of the earth. What does it mean
    • consonants. We see now that the differences between languages are
    • in a different place at that same time, he or she is affected as
    • the reasons why the languages on earth differ.
    • different from the one we would have if we did the same thing in the
    • answer; you can think about why languages are different as long as
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    • speak. And we should not think about this any differently than we
    • before, except then it occurs in a different manner. Anyhow, when we
    • treat left-handed children differently from right-handed ones when I
    • languages differ in different regions of the earth. What does it mean
    • consonants. We see now that the differences between languages are
    • in a different place at that same time, he or she is affected as
    • the reasons why the languages on earth differ.
    • different from the one we would have if we did the same thing in the
    • answer; you can think about why languages are different as long as
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    • It is different
    • feeling and willing; again three. But they are different; not
    • somewhat different. They are nearer to life-processes, but not as
    • many things. The stronger life of the sense-organs and the different
    • it with a soul attuned quite differently from your state of mind when
    • ask: Were things different in earlier times? Yes, in those times men
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    • It is different
    • feeling and willing; again three. But they are different; not
    • somewhat different. They are nearer to life-processes, but not as
    • many things. The stronger life of the sense-organs and the different
    • it with a soul attuned quite differently from your state of mind when
    • ask: Were things different in earlier times? Yes, in those times men
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • quite different man from Schiller. Schiller had tremendous inner
    • difference between them became a problem for Schiller. If you read his
    • something quite different, which can understand the preceding period
    • pays little attention, or he would be more aware of the difference
    • life — are as radically different as head, breast and limbs. To
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • quite different man from Schiller. Schiller had tremendous inner
    • difference between them became a problem for Schiller. If you read his
    • something quite different, which can understand the preceding period
    • pays little attention, or he would be more aware of the difference
    • life — are as radically different as head, breast and limbs. To
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    • Now, as you know, we can best comprehend the difference from a
    • conditions of Man's life of soul were quite different.
    • Earlier ages spoke from a different point of view of the close
    • words mean something quite different. They do not refer to the
    • read with an understanding quite different from the way in which we
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    • Now, as you know, we can best comprehend the difference from a
    • conditions of Man's life of soul were quite different.
    • Earlier ages spoke from a different point of view of the close
    • words mean something quite different. They do not refer to the
    • read with an understanding quite different from the way in which we
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    • insight into this entirely different world of perception and
    • Moon are entirely different in character and function. In a certain
    • forces which are also working but in a different way. The Moon forces
    • the human face, differentiating the features, but there is an
    • modified and differentiated in a high degree as they work upon the
    • forces, however, work in different ways in his being as we have heard.
    • This differentiation originates in the astral body in which the forces
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    • insight into this entirely different world of perception and
    • Moon are entirely different in character and function. In a certain
    • forces which are also working but in a different way. The Moon forces
    • the human face, differentiating the features, but there is an
    • modified and differentiated in a high degree as they work upon the
    • forces, however, work in different ways in his being as we have heard.
    • This differentiation originates in the astral body in which the forces
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    • with, it is no doubt a matter of indifference whether you walk to good
    • different. When you speak of the ‘look’ of a man, you mean
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    • different. When you speak of the ‘look’ of a man, you mean
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    • altogether different direction, but considers them to be natural
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
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    • altogether different direction, but considers them to be natural
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
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    • whole course of lectures to a close before we pass on to a different
    • As you know, different
    • exercises of different kinds, by means of which societies and brotherhoods
    • spiritual world — that is a very different matter. All of you have
    • machine, or has not been in a machine, is not a matter of indifference. The
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    • whole course of lectures to a close before we pass on to a different
    • As you know, different
    • exercises of different kinds, by means of which societies and brotherhoods
    • spiritual world — that is a very different matter. All of you have
    • machine, or has not been in a machine, is not a matter of indifference. The
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    • of it have been preserved in the lore of the different peoples —
    • States suitable for the different peoples.
    • passions. This takes place in forms adapted to the different peoples
    • the Grail. These impulses assume different characters. Again it is
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    • of it have been preserved in the lore of the different peoples —
    • States suitable for the different peoples.
    • passions. This takes place in forms adapted to the different peoples
    • the Grail. These impulses assume different characters. Again it is
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    • many different sides; and as the number of lectures has unavoidably to
    • how the different known substances and forces of the world and the
    • the sky; somewhere else we see a different star — Saturn,
    • Mercury, Moon. We have, now, a complete picture with its different
    • differentiated and specialised by earthly conditions — in
    • and the Copernican systems will give us each a different picture of
    • new and different form, because here the rhythm blue-red, blue-red,
    • But now there is another and essentially different experience that
    • clear how differently we have now to think of the human form or
    • different kind of activity. It is difficult to express in words
    • wherein their first work — upon the nervous system — differs
    • forming the different limbs; then it is all drawn together, as it
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    • different points of view, for only so is it possible to develop an
    • point of view. By bringing together what is given at different times,
    • new birth it is quite different, there everything is moral and
    • birth — differentiating each his own being and revealing them-
    • connection is now of a different kind. The First Hierarchy has
    • is different altogether from the manner and character of life here on
    • It is very important to grasp the characteristics of the different
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    • course, that perception of the spiritual is quite different from
    • something quite different; they are hosts of Spiritual Beings who have
    • does not see those who are different from himself; to begin with, he
    • beings in forms that are all differing expressions of evil, and he
    • rebirth in one way and on another occasion in quite a different way?
    • certainly describe things differently, as his knowledge of the city
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    • worlds. The conditions of existence in the different regions through
    • the cosmos they are in reality quite different. On Earth we see the
    • different orders of Beings in the Cosmos.
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    • super-sensible world. We would have to deal quite differently with the
    • impulses given by Initiates and Masters in different epochs for the
    • the different planetary regions, where the forming of the
    • metallic substances are little more than indications of different
    • living organism, in quite a different form.” Thus do the veins of
    • world becomes one and we realise that there is no difference between
    • passes over into the other, we realise that the one is but a different
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    • different with regard to the dramatic element of the dream, to
    • have two entirely different pictures. In the first dream we
    • although the picture sequence has been quite different. What
    • the soul has lived through is something entirely different from
    • soul content may be clothed in 10, 20 or a hundred different
    • quite different happens.
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • entered a different destiny, a destiny which I will describe in
    • different. It is nevertheless possible for Ahasueris to appear
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    • different with regard to the dramatic element of the dream, to
    • have two entirely different pictures. In the first dream we
    • although the picture sequence has been quite different. What
    • the soul has lived through is something entirely different from
    • soul content may be clothed in 10, 20 or a hundred different
    • quite different happens.
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • entered a different destiny, a destiny which I will describe in
    • different. It is nevertheless possible for Ahasueris to appear
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • body, how it differs in substance, and so on. Such descriptions are
    • There is not so far to go; very soon something different is reached.
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • the plant Earth-soul. The differences were known, but gradually they
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • body, how it differs in substance, and so on. Such descriptions are
    • There is not so far to go; very soon something different is reached.
    • activity is somewhat different from that I have described for sleep;
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • the plant Earth-soul. The differences were known, but gradually they
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    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • but these documents ultimately revealed something very different.
    • different from sleep. The researches of Spiritual Science into the
    • them four different rituals of Initiation into which the events
    • Conditions were different among other peoples, who had only the
    • recognised as one which leads out beyond all differentiations among
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    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • but these documents ultimately revealed something very different.
    • different from sleep. The researches of Spiritual Science into the
    • them four different rituals of Initiation into which the events
    • Conditions were different among other peoples, who had only the
    • recognised as one which leads out beyond all differentiations among
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    • In old Atlantis, the atmosphere was quite different from the
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • But later on, a different principle began to hold sway — the
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    • In old Atlantis, the atmosphere was quite different from the
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • But later on, a different principle began to hold sway — the
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    • in the form of revelation. There is no fundamental difference between
    • altogether different world. He was able to assimilate some of this
    • in all, four hundred and seventy-four Divine Beings of different
    • different peoples: Zeus, Apollo, Baal — all the Gods. The reason
    • why the peoples have different Gods is that one race has chosen twelve
    • different religions, not as the outcome of vague sentiment but of the
    • knowledge that the different Gods of the peoples constitute, in their
    • for it must be pursued now-a-days in a different way), the deepest
    • different Gods.
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    • in the form of revelation. There is no fundamental difference between
    • altogether different world. He was able to assimilate some of this
    • in all, four hundred and seventy-four Divine Beings of different
    • different peoples: Zeus, Apollo, Baal — all the Gods. The reason
    • why the peoples have different Gods is that one race has chosen twelve
    • different religions, not as the outcome of vague sentiment but of the
    • knowledge that the different Gods of the peoples constitute, in their
    • for it must be pursued now-a-days in a different way), the deepest
    • different Gods.
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    • night, unfortunately did not exist. What a different course would the
    • familiar note in their souls. It is quite an indifferent matter
    • beginning of events which will be enacted upon an entirely different
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    • familiar note in their souls. It is quite an indifferent matter
    • beginning of events which will be enacted upon an entirely different
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    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • differences belong to another field of study. We also come across
    • certain differences in the external human form. All the interesting
    • Central Europe of course present a different aspect from the European
    • populations! Differences can of course be perceived when we cast our
    • the differentiations which exist in regard to the human being with
    • the great differentiations which exist in regard to the various
    • animals differ far more from one another than the human beings. In
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • notice the differences which exist among human beings. The fact to be
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • From this standpoint, the animal kingdom differs from man only
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • always contemplate things from different standpoints, so that we
    • that differs from the process described above.
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • ordinary science will learn to think differently in embryology
    • (his standpoint is quite an indifferent matter; it is all the same
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    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • differences belong to another field of study. We also come across
    • certain differences in the external human form. All the interesting
    • Central Europe of course present a different aspect from the European
    • populations! Differences can of course be perceived when we cast our
    • the differentiations which exist in regard to the human being with
    • the great differentiations which exist in regard to the various
    • animals differ far more from one another than the human beings. In
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • notice the differences which exist among human beings. The fact to be
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • From this standpoint, the animal kingdom differs from man only
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • always contemplate things from different standpoints, so that we
    • that differs from the process described above.
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • ordinary science will learn to think differently in embryology
    • (his standpoint is quite an indifferent matter; it is all the same
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    • of human evolution, this responsibility is altogether different
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • buildings, differences are at once apparent. A very striking example
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • differ from all its predecessors. We now come back to what was said
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • are presented to us in many different forms. As I once said, we have
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    • of human evolution, this responsibility is altogether different
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • buildings, differences are at once apparent. A very striking example
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • differ from all its predecessors. We now come back to what was said
    • approach the subject from quite a different angle and point of view.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • are presented to us in many different forms. As I once said, we have
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    • Golgotha. They were very different from the souls of men to-day. We
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    • difference it makes to man whether the words he speaks are formed in
    • therefore we shall not concern ourselves with the differences that
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • Archangels. Hence are the Archangels the Spirits of the different
    • whole relationship moreover was different. In those remote times man
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • come into an entirely different world when we come to Greece —
    • We shall in the future have an altogether different kind of
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    • difference it makes to man whether the words he speaks are formed in
    • therefore we shall not concern ourselves with the differences that
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • Archangels. Hence are the Archangels the Spirits of the different
    • whole relationship moreover was different. In those remote times man
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • come into an entirely different world when we come to Greece —
    • We shall in the future have an altogether different kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • of this mystery took many different forms but no essential purpose
    • different phase of development. It is not a question here of the
    • understand that civilised humanity is faced with different tasks
    • during the different epochs. In an earlier age, kinship with the
    • world of the Pleroma. Faculties of an entirely different character
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    • of this mystery took many different forms but no essential purpose
    • different phase of development. It is not a question here of the
    • understand that civilised humanity is faced with different tasks
    • during the different epochs. In an earlier age, kinship with the
    • world of the Pleroma. Faculties of an entirely different character
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    • the conditions in the elemental world are somewhat different from the
    • elemental world is different from our relation to the ordinary,
    • the living depends on many different conditions. The dead man is in
    • that man, after all, is a very different being from what we often
    • men quite differently.
    • against an altogether different spirit in ourselves. Assume, for
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • quite a different order, even in a different rotation than the
    • realise that the conditions are very different in the spiritual world
    • different from what they become the moment we enter fully into the
    • lectures, you will see how very different is this consciousness in
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • thinking the conditions are quite different.
    • how altogether different are the conditions of life and experience in
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
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    • the conditions in the elemental world are somewhat different from the
    • elemental world is different from our relation to the ordinary,
    • the living depends on many different conditions. The dead man is in
    • that man, after all, is a very different being from what we often
    • men quite differently.
    • against an altogether different spirit in ourselves. Assume, for
    • from the realm of the dead. Here we are led to quite a different way
    • quite a different order, even in a different rotation than the
    • realise that the conditions are very different in the spiritual world
    • different from what they become the moment we enter fully into the
    • lectures, you will see how very different is this consciousness in
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
    • conditions of ideation are quite different; even within your
    • thinking the conditions are quite different.
    • how altogether different are the conditions of life and experience in
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
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    • is far from being exhausted. Again and again from different
    • standpoints different things may be asserted in regard to a myth. It
    • Greeks, Israelites and Egyptians had different conceptions of
    • institutions among other peoples. This differs a little from the
    • different, what the Egyptian conceived of as Osiris was no stranger
    • that in spite of the difference of the separate myths, there existed
    • therefore is something which differs radically in the Grecian teaching
    • place for this Zeus-being. Thus the Greek differentiated essentially
    • different, and that this looking back went hand in hand with the
    • different states of consciousness. This he felt, this he perceived.
    • Alchemists something different is meant from the ordinary earthly
    • deeper is the natural science one finds in it, only a different one,
    • you notice how different the things are and yet how they are all to
    • in a different way from how I am now. This relation has altered.
    • different way from in their own time. The old atavistic clairvoyance
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    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch, so that it emerges again differently. The
    • were quite different from what they were later. And this too was
    • with quite different conditions of soul. Certain Brotherhoods of
    • modern times know, to be sure, about these entirely different
    • evolution, although of an entirely different kind.
    • differently in the female sex, and which apparently makes greater
    • a different sphere, so to say, and though externally it only comes to
    • only in different ways, experienced the fact that they actually
    • atmosphere present in Imaginations, it was a different matter.
    • different when they had the feeling: it is the sexual essences which
    • different, with the secrets of the air, which, however, are only
    • conception in these matters was different inasmuch as it put doctrine
    • connected with the fact that even objective things became different
    • nevertheless it is true: the air has become different. Naturally it
    • nevertheless the air has become different. The air has lost the
    • could say — become coarser. It has actually become different on
    • different from what one would speak of in ancient times.
    • what in older times could be thought of in quite different
    • these two different poles. To be Chauvinistic, is, nothing else
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    • These Old Testament doctrines have sprung from a different spirit
    • the day before yesterday, as I spoke of the important difference
    • and significant a difference that one must bear it well in mind. In
    • uniform source; they have very different origins, and we bear much
    • different perception in humanity. This remembrance was thenceforward
    • the ancient Isis must take on quite a different form.
    • Eulenspiegel is still wandering through the different lands.
    • again differently, inasmuch as men experience the force of the word,
    • consciousness. This new element is radically different from the
    • question: What perhaps do we lose, what becomes different in us
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    • difference between men who seek to grasp in the soul the impulse of
    • different) as ‘mortal’ makes himself ‘immortal’.
    • man naturally breathes differently. For in every man's neighbourhood
    • his breathing. The thorax moved differently when the person was
    • breathed differently when he beheld the sun, when he beheld the dawn,
    • different from the earlier forms of knowing. In this epoch
    • for instance, that the Greek had a different perception of concepts
    • The forces of Mars are those again, but in a different way, that are
    • configuration of the different social structures spread over the
    • all questions of the war, he had always taken a different stand from
    • quite a different formulation, in fact in a reasonable formulation!
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    • months ago indicated how changes in humanity as a whole differ from
    • have been capable of development in a way quite different from what
    • by our power of will. We become physically different in our twenties
    • and in this becoming different physically there lives at the same
    • great difference in the first 2,160 years after the great Atlantean
    • necessary it is to seek for fresh and different impulses for the
    • reality each age is a transition. But it is a different thing to know
    • must really be considered from a different standpoint from the one
    • to indifference, but to strong and active life. And therefore he
    • comfortable theory that the religious life makes different demands
    • forces, but we see there is a difference: the physical body grows
    • then becomes something different. Think of three directions that take
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    • abstract concepts; one requires something different for the
    • on earth. One must regard man quite differently.
    • regard the head of man differently from the rest of the organism.
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • matter of the spiritual world, time relationships are different from
    • faith must have an entirely different origin.
    • enlarge on this. But they are two utterly different things that are
    • different way from that in which it must be striven for now, of the
    • the universe differently.
    • becomes something quite different. There is something in me as man
    • developed since the 8th, 9th centuries, knows that many different
    • played its part for centuries will become different. We are standing
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • heaven always differs, according to the special spot on earth and the
    • upon such things from quite a different side. One comes to such
    • direct object but on a relatively indifferent object, to which
    • different. It is dying out. The earth is dying. We know this from
    • differ very much from others. I have related the difference between
    • very different lines.
    • different form. (You can read in
    • on earth were quite different during the age of this Atlantean
    • contains, however, an important difference. You see, what we acquire
    • human being of that time, though in a different manner. The Lemurian
    • man was constituted in quite a different way from the man of
    • universe, I and only in this sense was it different. His head was
    • if one really studies history, there is a great difference between
    • thoughts. All has become different, and people are not yet willing to
    • notice that all has become different.
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    • ego follows its path in a world very different from that of the
    • body, which however has now become something different. Indeed there
    • different world during all this time; in its own experiences it need
    • different from what one imagines, usually makes it possible to see
    • not take into account the entirely different characteristics of those
    • something entirely different from what in the first centuries had
    • on the same spot on earth in the next epoch, but are at a different
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    • ego follows its path in a world very different from that of the
    • body, which however has now become something different. Indeed there
    • different world during all this time; in its own experiences it need
    • different from what one imagines, usually makes it possible to see
    • not take into account the entirely different characteristics of those
    • something entirely different from what in the first centuries had
    • on the same spot on earth in the next epoch, but are at a different
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • which the human being has to acquire, differently from the animals.
    • differentiation of the functions of legs and arms. As a rule —
    • being there is differentiation. For the purposes of equilibrium and
    • differentiation between feet and hands, arms and legs, is one of the
    • faculty of learning to walk. The differentiation testifies, in the
    • with walking, standing, equilibration, differentiation between hands
    • differentiation. It is well known that speaking is connected with the
    • walk, to find equilibrium, to differentiate the functions of feet and
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • which the human being has to acquire, differently from the animals.
    • differentiation of the functions of legs and arms. As a rule —
    • being there is differentiation. For the purposes of equilibrium and
    • differentiation between feet and hands, arms and legs, is one of the
    • faculty of learning to walk. The differentiation testifies, in the
    • with walking, standing, equilibration, differentiation between hands
    • differentiation. It is well known that speaking is connected with the
    • walk, to find equilibrium, to differentiate the functions of feet and
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    • a different outlook is necessary from that to which they are
    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • different kind of thinking, a different way of approaching the world,
    • difference is that in Pythagorean thought, measure, number and weight
    • world of absolutely different conceptions, and it was precisely for
    • to-day from a different angle.
    • Everything was different in an age when it would have been considered
    • the thought of Greece was quite different from his attitude to the
    • minds the radical difference between the mental attitude of the
    • the nature of an entirely different life of soul in an age when
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    • a different outlook is necessary from that to which they are
    • back to an age when human beings were quite differently constituted
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • different kind of thinking, a different way of approaching the world,
    • difference is that in Pythagorean thought, measure, number and weight
    • world of absolutely different conceptions, and it was precisely for
    • to-day from a different angle.
    • Everything was different in an age when it would have been considered
    • the thought of Greece was quite different from his attitude to the
    • minds the radical difference between the mental attitude of the
    • the nature of an entirely different life of soul in an age when
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    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • different form.
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • them, makes them essentially different.
    • entirely different way. As a spiritual scientist one has to admit
    • different from the relation it previously bore both to external
    • again, in a different connection.
    • bodily constitution differs from ours in the West. Nothing of this
    • Science is fundamentally different from current forms of Occultism,
    • beings. Necessity and freedom can be differentiated when we perceive
    • The goal of Anthroposophy is to work fruitfully in all the different
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    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • different form.
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • them, makes them essentially different.
    • entirely different way. As a spiritual scientist one has to admit
    • different from the relation it previously bore both to external
    • again, in a different connection.
    • bodily constitution differs from ours in the West. Nothing of this
    • Science is fundamentally different from current forms of Occultism,
    • beings. Necessity and freedom can be differentiated when we perceive
    • The goal of Anthroposophy is to work fruitfully in all the different
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    • different standpoint. The way in which he deals with the problems
    • century; but we should observe this from a different standpoint.
    • were once investigated in an entirely different manner (this may be
    • there is no difference whatever between one of the two spheres of
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    • different standpoint. The way in which he deals with the problems
    • century; but we should observe this from a different standpoint.
    • were once investigated in an entirely different manner (this may be
    • there is no difference whatever between one of the two spheres of
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    • aspect — it is indifferent whether this is right or wrong —
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
    • different from an abstract logic. What may be deduced logically, need
    • reason, there is such a great difference between the things to which
    • see, in many ways we should consider the world from a different
    • number of differences is integrated in the moment of death, and
    • differentials. For, in reality, we die continually! Already when we
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    • aspect — it is indifferent whether this is right or wrong —
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • entirely different direction. But a living logic is something quite
    • different from an abstract logic. What may be deduced logically, need
    • reason, there is such a great difference between the things to which
    • see, in many ways we should consider the world from a different
    • number of differences is integrated in the moment of death, and
    • differentials. For, in reality, we die continually! Already when we
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    • have an entirely different constitution than that of a man who died
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • this portal of death in a different way than those who pass through
    • be spoken of differently. And what I am now explaining to you only
    • say, forces pertaining to the spiritual world! Entirely different
    • contained in man's etheric body! Yet they would present a different
    • inspired by them, so that there is a difference.
    • forces could be used in different ways. Let us take for granted that
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
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    • have an entirely different constitution than that of a man who died
    • a purely external standpoint, there is really no difference
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • this portal of death in a different way than those who pass through
    • be spoken of differently. And what I am now explaining to you only
    • say, forces pertaining to the spiritual world! Entirely different
    • contained in man's etheric body! Yet they would present a different
    • inspired by them, so that there is a difference.
    • forces could be used in different ways. Let us take for granted that
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
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    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • Boehme with a different meaning.
    • things indicate the existence of an altogether different wisdom and
    • up which appears in outer nature at a different stage, when something
    • different world. The moment we really understand these salt-and
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • very different from what they now find (i.e., at the beginning of our
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    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • Boehme with a different meaning.
    • things indicate the existence of an altogether different wisdom and
    • up which appears in outer nature at a different stage, when something
    • different world. The moment we really understand these salt-and
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • very different from what they now find (i.e., at the beginning of our
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • soul-constitution was different. Man was then awake in a different
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • may once more — but now in a different way — enter our
    • paintings; there you will see a world that took on a completely different
    • many things differently from the way in which they are judged by
    • name of “Anthroposophical Society”, in a different way
    • spiritual manner of contemplation. Little differences and strifes are
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    • something quite different from that which constitutes our modern
    • of waking up, was really quite different in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • soul-constitution was different. Man was then awake in a different
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • may once more — but now in a different way — enter our
    • paintings; there you will see a world that took on a completely different
    • many things differently from the way in which they are judged by
    • name of “Anthroposophical Society”, in a different way
    • spiritual manner of contemplation. Little differences and strifes are
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    • spiritual science holding a different view of Christianity. In
    • They must learn not only to think differently but to feel differently
    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
    • Men should feel that here, through these forms, something different
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    • spiritual science holding a different view of Christianity. In
    • They must learn not only to think differently but to feel differently
    • the body is behind it. We must learn to perceive quite differently.
    • Men should feel that here, through these forms, something different
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    • be different for the Anthroposophical Movement from what it was when
    • within the community, must follow a different path, one which only
    • any time spoken differently about these things, I should not have
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    • be different for the Anthroposophical Movement from what it was when
    • within the community, must follow a different path, one which only
    • any time spoken differently about these things, I should not have
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    • etheric body is concerned. But we must learn to think differently,
    • decomposition or cremation (the only difference between these two
    • this case we must set about thinking in an entirely different way of
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • different one. When we have passed through our earthly experiences
    • explanation, we can now advance this problem in a different way; we
    • our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent. They should not be
    • taken up in such a way that we remain indifferent, dry and cool; but
    • after all these descriptions, we would live on indifferently and
    • the different Hierarchies cooperate in order to produce the head. And
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • etheric body is concerned. But we must learn to think differently,
    • decomposition or cremation (the only difference between these two
    • this case we must set about thinking in an entirely different way of
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • different one. When we have passed through our earthly experiences
    • explanation, we can now advance this problem in a different way; we
    • our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent. They should not be
    • taken up in such a way that we remain indifferent, dry and cool; but
    • after all these descriptions, we would live on indifferently and
    • the different Hierarchies cooperate in order to produce the head. And
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • entirely different stage in “Faust”, in Goethe's “Faust”,
    • simply structured in a different way than the one to which we are
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    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • entirely different stage in “Faust”, in Goethe's “Faust”,
    • simply structured in a different way than the one to which we are
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    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • as though from eternal wellsprings, impelling him to seek a different
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • only difference is that the ancients conceived the Fall as something
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
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    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • as though from eternal wellsprings, impelling him to seek a different
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • only difference is that the ancients conceived the Fall as something
    • is, it is on an entirely different score than that of ability.) It is
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    • promulgated laws forbidding people to teach differently from what is taught
    • which should be a very different one, has to be preserved by printing. This
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    • etheric body of man naturally consists of the different kinds of ether which
    • promulgated laws forbidding people to teach differently from what is taught
    • which should be a very different one, has to be preserved by printing. This
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • Different Types of
    • Ego in the Different Races of Man
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • different task? We have often spoken of the fact that in contrast to
    • we are concerned. To be able to grasp the difference between the
    • we shall have to become clear about the fundamental difference
    • children who have different parents but who are very similar with
    • round beyond which they cannot go. Man's etheric body is different.
    • this man could be ill in two different situations. One might be that
    • recovery from an illness, it makes the world of difference if we have
    • see then that man's etheric body is something quite different from a
    • today, you will notice a certain difference, of course, but beans
    • present day people have such different thoughts and feelings? It is
    • there is a tremendous difference between a mental image whilst it is
    • forgetting assume a slightly different form. They change in such a
    • different from a sanguine or a phlegmatic temperament, where the
    • injuries done to him, then quite a different impulse will work in
    • him. But as long as he believes that it does not make any difference,
    • impulse work on him in quite a different way. You need not
    • also consider the question of well-being from an entirely different
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • DIFFERENT TYPES OF
    • connection, even though the subject matter will appear to differ, and
    • indifference, and the pleasantest thing is not to have any further
    • blood, even physical blood, in an entirely different manner from any
    • the expression of entirely different things. If the glands are the
    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • an extent that we have to admit it is something quite different; and
    • entirely different.
    • and encounter a different aspect of life. The essential thing will be
    • treatment. We need quite a different basis, for spiritual knowledge
    • national character and therefore take quite different forms. Thus for
    • European population is concerned, because it has quite a different
    • survey. Only the person who can distinguish differences in human
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • instance, the moon is bound to be affected. It is no different, for
    • five different forms of human illness, that stem from the ego, the
    • attention to the difference between medicine based on spiritual
    • of the different illnesses Paracelsus said the following about the
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • shape was formed differently, and both sexes were in a way contained
    • within it undifferentiated. We can form an external picture of the
    • this fructification took place in quite a different way. Clairvoyant
    • know (of) today as the difference between the various
    • in our present cycle of humanity, these differences did not exist
    • being. Although the people were different in character at different
    • difference between the various times that were comparable to our
    • away, unless they are very impressionable. This was different in
    • difference whether the speaker has a croaky voice and those are the
    • in their more delicate aspects, are subject to quite different causes
    • were eating — an activity quite different from what it is today
    • — and quite different, too, was the time when the forces of
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • at one particular time alternating as it were with quite different
    • feelings. You could perceive quite different shades of feeling in the
    • woman's male. The two have a different rhythm, but we do not want to
    • and, because of the difference in man and woman, we will just say it
    • correspond to the different rhythms of the astral body, and the
    • still in a different condition, this movement did not as yet exist.
    • with them. Later on this was different. Man became free on the earth;
    • experienced quite different shades of mood in the course of seven
    • and group ego — have a quite different relationship to one
    • another. There is a different rhythm for each animal species. It is
    • roughly the same for the physical body, but the different animals
    • have quite different rhythms in their etheric and astral bodies. In
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • starting-point. You know of course that a great difference exists and
    • very different periods of human evolution. What from the spiritual
    • existence at quite different times. The rudimentary beginnings of
    • Seven days later the astral body covers an entirely different part of
    • really is a different quarter of the moon at the end of seven days,
    • body covers a different quarter of the etheric body. Originally the
    • have been mentioning today, their situation is totally different from
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • November) we spoke about the four different ways in which it is
    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • have taken an entirely different course; it would also have failed to
    • middle of life — it is different at the beginning and at the
    • different way. We must not, of course, conclude from this that if
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • distinctly different from the other kingdoms with whom he shares this
    • but only grin. We must be alive to the difference between howling and
    • incarnations. Thus we differentiate between the actual kernel of
    • work on man is a different matter. The individual kernel is already
    • of course, as it is different in exceptional cases. It changes the
    • slack, certain muscles are bound to have a different tension from
    • tears. Just as in different circumstances a kind of satisfaction is
    • very different, hopeless and not at all moving is the appearance of
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • EGO IN THE DIFFERENT RACES OF MEN
    • man takes on a different form in different regions of the earth.
    • External bodily characteristics vary according to the different zones
    • actually the human body too, developed in the different epochs of
    • present-day earth conditions bring about such differences among men,
    • what tremendous human differences must have come about since the very
    • know human conditions if we continually consider them from different
    • have been entirely different then. Man, evolving in earthly
    • evolution, would have been very different whilst the earth was still
    • works in the region of the North Pole is very different from the way
    • get to the North Pole the greater are the differences between winter
    • the year night. When you think of these differences, then what
    • conditions are quite different. But even today it is still to a
    • the equatorial regions it was different. The influence of the sun and
    • be underdeveloped. And there was a further difference that is of
    • and characteristics, however, developed on innumerable different
    • how the earth, through the different positions in which the areas of
    • the souls looked, they found a different possibility for developing
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    • laughing and weeping, different types of illnesses, and rhythms in the
    • in a purely external way to begin with, the difference between the
    • and hold one idea before you, and you will soon notice the difference
    • a radical difference between the education of a human being and what
    • different way from the later period up to fourteen, and again from
    • development are quite different from those of the single animal here
    • been produced by a previous lily of the valley. The case is different
    • physical body of the plant and does not differ from it very much. But
    • different states. One state is where the whole being of the lily of
    • and a new birth. Yet there is a tremendous difference between man and
    • standing together gives him. It is something quite different, and it
    • with the objective facts. They depend on quite different things, even
    • front of the picture, he would see something quite different in it;
    • differences among men, what we call the spirit of the age is always
    • changing. People thought and felt quite differently five thousand
    • overwhelming suggestive power. Let us try to imagine how different a
    • different circumstances, into different religious affiliations. Under
    • metamorphosis into different forms, but the old is perfected and
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    • difference in implications of these words if uttered by
    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
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    • by studying them very gradually and from many different aspects. It
    • was to show from as many different sides as possible, the part played
    • of existence must be approached from different sides. Each Gospel
    • different angle, and indeed we cannot begin really to know anything
    • different viewpoints presented in the four Gospels.
    • difference between conditions in the spiritual world and the physical
    • men in a way differing from what was previously usual. I will give
    • respect of knowledge, of perception, however, there is a difference.
    • a searcher for knowledge. Spiritual knowledge is a different matter.
    • individual will be very different if he detects a spiritual quality
    • the tasks are different.
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    • -- difference in implications of these words if uttered by
    • rather different from what it is to the ‘I’. Everyday
    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • difference is evident according to whether an individual passes into
    • that human beings living on the Earth during entirely different
    • example the religious life — at different times and for very
    • different peoples, according to their natural traits and climatic and
    • principles of a different faith. An individual who on the Earth
    • inner understanding of each other and then separate into different
    • suffering. Every contact with an adherent of a different faith
    • of the different faiths we find one outstanding characteristic,
    • characterisation. The different religions, although deriving from the
    • this respect true Christianity is very different. Christ Jesus, the
    • of a different religion — no matter whether he calls himself
    • result of different means is drawing nearer and nearer to a close as
    • another, quite different understanding of which men today cannot even
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    • circumstances. Viewed from the spiritual world things look different
    • about the cancellation your attitude of mind would be quite different
    • sitting here would have had different experiences — do not say
    • where the laws operating as karmic laws are quite different. If we
    • signs. If that were done quickly enough there would be no difference
    • use of a differently formed body, just as the message from Berlin to
    • devise an instrument quite different from our watches for measuring
    • different from the one we use in the conditions prevailing on Earth —
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
    • lives a life that is radically different from and fundamentally has
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    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • however, there is a certain difference between his connection with
    • is different during the period of existence between death and the new
    • his being but is something quite different. In the life between death
    • differs from perception on Earth. On Earth the human being stands at
    • is to say from different viewpoints, upon his own being, and he feels
    • does from different points of the Zodiac, assumes different
    • If we now think of the difference between a condition
    • namely, the condition of sleep, this difference can be characterised
    • Objectively, the two conditions are very similar. The only difference
    • That is the essential difference. If the human being were to awake in
    • death and the new birth. The difference is actually only a state of
    • quite different matter from ordinary sleep at night. What I have now
    • Figure B. Indicates the difference in the auric picture
    • in Eastern writings? It is because the Oriental still has a different
    • hence the differing statements in the different epochs. Although the
    • statements seem to differ they are not for that reason false; they
    • evolution. There is a most significant difference in the whole
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • We will now consider the difference between these two
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    • Earth is the deed of Gautama Buddha, the founder of a different
    • not differ from that of Western occultism in regard to this event —
    • Earth has changed and that his experiences are quite different. In
    • Earth through birth we find quite different conditions of existence.
    • let us say of Mars, or Venus, or Mercury — we enter different
    • conditions and have different experiences receive different impulses,
    • bring back different forces into each incarnation.
    • Cusanus. But how utterly different were these two
    • the Mystery of Golgotha on Mars was different from the Mystery of
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
    • there would be no difference between the ‘I’ not being
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • in another. There is an essential difference between the head and the
    • clairvoyance a remarkable difference is revealed between the head
    • essential difference between the human head and the rest of the body
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    • new light upon many topics we have already studied from a different
    • of teeth occur at precisely the same age in different individuals.
    • seventh year; these principles work from within. Then different
    • have now been able to consider many different aspects of the work of
    • backward spiritual Beings belonging to the different Hierarchies. In
    • Luciferic beings take effect in many different ways. This influence
    • different. Thus at the present time there is something that has a
    • different periods, leads back finally to the physical body of Adam —
    • his Ego? How did this soul-content differ from what existed before
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as an ancient heritage? The difference is
    • a quite different dimension because the spirits become more and more
    • different groupings of human beings and moreover exists on Earth
    • say: truth lies in the middle, between two different standpoints. But
    • he has become a different being! Qualities that were completely
    • they were able to understand matters altogether different from those
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    • during sleep we see something quite different. We see nothing of what
    • different when viewed from the other side of life but all our
    • feelings and ideas are different; consciousness during sleep has
    • affords a different spectacle. A certain connection with the
    • different from those accepted by modern statistical biology which
    • alive for an entirely different reason. A fortnight ago he fell into
    • difference between what is seen when we wake spiritually during sleep
    • The difference between vision in the world between birth
    • of fact, differentiation between human bodies that can be of interest
    • the single bodies are differentiated only according to their number.
    • will not make much difference whether we pick an car from a grain of
    • are living within our own Ego-hood. Such is the difference when the
    • its indifference to form and colour is in such contrast to what we
    • to be imperfect. Try to be vividly aware of the difference: either
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    • indifferent to spiritual things and spiritual life passes him by as
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    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • configurations of a man's different incarnations are inscribed in
    • the different regions of this land.”
    • different religion. This cannot be achieved by attaching equal value
    • different religion in the next life. In this way the forces which the
    • sphere — a world altogether different from the one where
    • — in rather different words and from a
    • different point of view — contains what has been described as
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we become aware of something different. We
    • different from anything his thinking can conceive. But that was the
    • another evolutionary line, different from that which led to the
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    • investigator one enters into the souls of men at different periods of
    • And so two quite different developments can be traced.
    • the region of the Earth where the olive tree flourishes is different
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    • strongly, while he was assuming a form of body on the different
    • rather differently from the way in which I described the other two.
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    • creation of man is spoken of quite differently, with the emphasis on
    • The profound difference between the Greek and the Hebrew
    • sent forth an angel to gather earths of different colours from all
    • even when things turn out quite differently from what has been
    • different from those of the Jews to their Jahve. The other relations
    • had released and gave them a different character.
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    • search among the stars in a way different from the old ways, but the
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    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
    • may in fact be about something quite different
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    • made much progress in the understanding of such differences, the
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • was different again in the third period when the inner impulse
    • Think of the great difference
    • philosophy follows a different course from that of human evolution in
    • differently regulated. It is not the path of human evolution, it is
    • different. Beings are evolving and they make use of human
    • you see, it is as if we look there into differing ranges of Beings,
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    • made much progress in the understanding of such differences, the
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • was different again in the third period when the inner impulse
    • Think of the great difference
    • philosophy follows a different course from that of human evolution in
    • differently regulated. It is not the path of human evolution, it is
    • different. Beings are evolving and they make use of human
    • you see, it is as if we look there into differing ranges of Beings,
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    • fundamental differences between these heavenly bodies, and this is
    • separated, what essential difference is there between, for example,
    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • different from human nature as it is today.
    • Jupiter is a planet with a different character. Jupiter is the
    • different orders of cosmic Beings. Whereas Saturn tells of the past,
    • The planet Venus is again different. In a certain way — how
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    • fundamental differences between these heavenly bodies, and this is
    • separated, what essential difference is there between, for example,
    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • different from human nature as it is today.
    • Jupiter is a planet with a different character. Jupiter is the
    • different orders of cosmic Beings. Whereas Saturn tells of the past,
    • The planet Venus is again different. In a certain way — how
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    • referred to, the spiritual scientist is in quite a different position
    • things are read! He does offer proof, but in a different way. To
    • sense-perceptible world by its impact with it, differentiating itself
    • first the soul is just as undifferentiated an organ as the organism
    • differentiated as to their soul qualities, which then bring an
    • differentiation’ and ‘non-differentiation’
    • transform what is undifferentiated in the soul into spiritual organs
    • effort to acquire a totally different way of conceiving things. In
    • concepts, become something totally different in his soul from what
    • different from one another. If combined mentally, they together
    • completely different an object looks when photographed from one side
    • pantheism, monadism, and so on as if they were simply different ways
    • arises because what is experienced in this way differs a great deal
    • be managed; I need only remind you of X-rays). They take on different
    • world (not any different now from the way I have described it) into
    • It is different if we
    • feeling, our emotions, our passions, stand in a different
    • different way, it might be said, in the entirely opposite way) will
    • life of the spirit we are able to differentiate between the forcible
    • to distinguish two different kinds of death.
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    • humanity lived under different conditions, it was justifiable to hold
    • humanity's evolution it was different. You know that until the
    • world, human beings believed something entirely different concerning
    • as now spiritual science must appear. A different physical view of
    • more intensive, but it is of a different kind. Even regarding the
    • conscious conceptions after death are something different.
    • the earth, but united from different places. Indeed, we are more
    • develops, we don't need to describe it. After death totally different
    • entirely different situation arises, one that makes it necessary to
    • world, though in a different way. Indeed, the world is complicated,
    • differentiated within regarding the distribution of his bodily
    • organs, so the earth is also differentiated regarding what it
    • organism, which is differentiated. Our earth is differentiated in the
    • the earth onto its inhabitants. In the different regions of the
    • earth, something entirely different streams forth. There are
    • different forces, among them magnetism and electricity, but also
    • at different points on the earth. They influence the human being in
    • America. Of course it was not called America it had a different name
    • special role in the differently constituted Indian race.
    • differentiations, the most varied forces stream up out of the various
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    • somewhat different standpoint. His association with those whom he has
    • many things change in accordance with the difference of time between
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • us differently and tie the karmic link in a corresponding way. Had
    • the circumstances been different, the karmic link would have been
    • tied in a different way. Thus, everything we experience with the
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • surmise that there must be a difference between a life which ends
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • portal of death the conditions of time have a different influence
    • It is an entirely different experience to see, in our
    • memories and do not possess a living influence. This difference
    • upon a time the earth presented a different aspect: its physical
    • surface was different. The earth has undergone, as it were, a slow
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    • somewhat different standpoint. His association with those whom he has
    • many things change in accordance with the difference of time between
    • indifferent matter to discover there, for instance, a person who has
    • us differently and tie the karmic link in a corresponding way. Had
    • the circumstances been different, the karmic link would have been
    • tied in a different way. Thus, everything we experience with the
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • surmise that there must be a difference between a life which ends
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • portal of death the conditions of time have a different influence
    • It is an entirely different experience to see, in our
    • memories and do not possess a living influence. This difference
    • upon a time the earth presented a different aspect: its physical
    • surface was different. The earth has undergone, as it were, a slow
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    • named it differently. To gain clear and living ideas of these
    • body. Imaginations differ from ordinary thought in this respect. In
    • coldly and we would live with our contemporary world indifferently if
    • this that one human being differs from another. They have their
    • brings us into different conditions — just as when you go into
    • different composition of the air.
    • beings. Here, too, human beings differ from one another inasmuch as
    • they are related to different astral beings — albeit, here
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • toning-down, so to speak, of the sharply differentiated feelings
    • is not what I mean; that is a different matter. I really mean the
    • life grows different through spiritual science. The super-sensible, in
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    • named it differently. To gain clear and living ideas of these
    • body. Imaginations differ from ordinary thought in this respect. In
    • coldly and we would live with our contemporary world indifferently if
    • this that one human being differs from another. They have their
    • brings us into different conditions — just as when you go into
    • different composition of the air.
    • beings. Here, too, human beings differ from one another inasmuch as
    • they are related to different astral beings — albeit, here
    • are now calling the world-of-soul are quite differently related to
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • toning-down, so to speak, of the sharply differentiated feelings
    • is not what I mean; that is a different matter. I really mean the
    • life grows different through spiritual science. The super-sensible, in
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    • yogi. It makes a difference whether something is achieved through
    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • difference whether one uses these terms or prefers the more recent
    • elements differ considerably from those of the lower ones. The
    • differentiate them from one another; they do not express any
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • difference whether one uses these terms or prefers the more recent
    • elements differ considerably from those of the lower ones. The
    • differentiate them from one another; they do not express any
    • spiritual reality something completely different from what ought to
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    • we must learn to think differently, even in regard to the physical
    • difference between these two processes lies in the length of time
    • an entirely different way of the spiritual world than of the
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • the other aspect is an entirely different one. When we have passed
    • this problem in a different way; we can ask: why do the Gods allow
    • should not approach our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent.
    • indifferent, dry and cool; but they should, instead, give us a
    • we would live on indifferently and dryly, then we would be born
    • universe. All the forces that are active in the different
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • we must learn to think differently, even in regard to the physical
    • difference between these two processes lies in the length of time
    • an entirely different way of the spiritual world than of the
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • the other aspect is an entirely different one. When we have passed
    • this problem in a different way; we can ask: why do the Gods allow
    • should not approach our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent.
    • indifferent, dry and cool; but they should, instead, give us a
    • we would live on indifferently and dryly, then we would be born
    • universe. All the forces that are active in the different
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • into the different ways by which this physical body becomes united
    • with the earth, be it by means of fire or decay — these differ,
    • different way from the way we did in the physical body — we
    • an entirely different form. And, of course, we can approach the way
    • different worlds are interrelated.
    • something different would take place.
    • different. And it is different, for the reason that our thoughts are
    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • The experience is different when we look down from the
    • different side than the one we have discussed to-day in essence.
    • in a way that was entirely different from the way of to-day.
    • is an entirely indifferent matter whether the picture is a true one
    • will be led to a different kind of thinking about eternity, through
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    • into the different ways by which this physical body becomes united
    • with the earth, be it by means of fire or decay — these differ,
    • different way from the way we did in the physical body — we
    • an entirely different form. And, of course, we can approach the way
    • different worlds are interrelated.
    • something different would take place.
    • different. And it is different, for the reason that our thoughts are
    • to make this distinction. For, you see, the difference is really very
    • The experience is different when we look down from the
    • different side than the one we have discussed to-day in essence.
    • in a way that was entirely different from the way of to-day.
    • is an entirely indifferent matter whether the picture is a true one
    • will be led to a different kind of thinking about eternity, through
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    • Ahriman. St. Mark mentions Satan, Ahriman. Difference between Mark
    • Difference in the East. John Baptist. To the Norse man, Christ's
    • world mission. The different work of the South German firstly in
    • Messiahs. Old clairvoyance will take a different form, but
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    • Oriental would choose different names. And although the application
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    • different, a being, in fact, just as man himself is a being; only man
    • transform the astral, so that it will become something different from
    • beginning of Spirit-self or Manas, — four different members. We
    • beings when at work, present a different spiritual aspect, so to
    • indeed a considerable difference between these beings who are above
    • mankind this may become different, and it will become essentially
    • different. When man shall have advanced so far as to be able with
    • imagine that these Folk-spirits are individually different, as are
    • the several different groups of people are the individual missions of
    • valuation of things is a matter of indifference; the necessary course
    • able to sit together, who come here from many different countries,
    • different persons come from the domains of many different
    • epoch, that when we look into the future, we see ever different
    • of occurrences in many different forms. Thus there is a repetition in
    • Persian epoch, although in a somewhat different form; and then the
    • India will re-appear in a different form. The guidance of these
    • Now in order that, divided among the different peoples
    • actualized, in order that many different forms should be developed in
    • the two different kinds of Spirits is the Hierarchy of the Angels.
    • human progress is a very different thing. While we see the Folk-souls
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    • different parts, and that in the different parts of our earth there
    • are very different conditions for the unfolding of the
    • Anyone who with clairvoyant consciousness travels through different
    • different over the land of Switzerland from what it is over the land
    • of Italy, and again different over the lands of Norway, Denmark or
    • the surface of our earth. This etheric aura differs very considerably
    • parts which shine out from within. The case is different with those
    • this particular part of the etheric auras of the different parts of
    • be mingled in many different ways and may co-operate differently in
    • different human individuals. You may think of an endless variety of
    • man. The difference existing in this respect between the several
    • in other respects are completely different from them, above all, in
    • quite different attributes. Whereas the Folk-spirits work into human
    • gifted with very different, much robuster attributes, such as
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
    • of the Folk-spirit under consideration, two different sorts of Beings
    • different epochs is stimulated from within, so that each epoch has a
    • all other parts of the world we observe different conditions; but in
    • definitions there are, and how greatly they differ from each other.
    • They have indeed to differ, because one writer feels more what comes
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    • quite different, essentially different from the three modifications
    • different from the soul-life of man.
    • This is completely different from the epistemology of man; what is
    • data for the Archangels is quite different. What is data for man is
    • What then differentiates the world of the Archangels or
    • Folk-souls? The world of man is differentiated by the fact that if he
    • Personality, — because the latter are pursuing quite different
    • many different shades of folk character can find their expression.
    • the Portuguese, and which were different from the tasks of the
    • In that which incorporated itself here, in the difference in the
    • Spirits of Wisdom. You will find these different spiritual Beings
    • different nations, races are different communities from nations. We
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    • went through their evolution in a different way, they are in a
    • different germinal conditions. In fact, through these abnormal
    • to-day up to his twentieth year would have quite a different
    • appearance, quite a different form. Everything would have happened
    • quite differently, so that all that is connected with the present
    • different being, he would not have been bound to the earth to the
    • high tableland. The respiration is quite different in the plain from
    • the ages of twenty-one to forty-three but at a different time —
    • are the originators of the racial differences in mankind over the
    • twenty-first year. Man would be a very different being if only the
    • a law. As all persons in their different incarnations pass through
    • but which through rejuvenation have become quite different. Thus in
    • requires a different configuration of those forces which act upon
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    • in successive ages in many different races and peoples. We may
    • sees something quite different in this stony substance. What is that
    • different. If, for instance, only the Spirits of Will were to work
    • different forces. These three forces proceed from three sorts of
    • activity took place in a manner that was different from their present
    • Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth states, there was a different kind of
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    • the different hierarchies have so to work together with their forces
    • a humanity might arise which can be manifested in the different
    • for a certain point. But what I have said about the different parts
    • different forms. According as the eye or the ear or one of the other
    • senses has the upper hand, so will the different peoples be
    • such a moment as this, when two different directions meet.
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    • pointed out, bodies of people remained at the different points, from
    • were sent out, were at different stages of development, in other
    • number of different Beings belonging to the various hierarchies, —
    • their different Divine Beings are comprised in unity, received the
    • different Beings; for example, the most extreme abstraction of the
    • different knowledge from that to which the sympathies or antipathies
    • destined to come gradually under the guidance of many different
    • account of this the whole guidance naturally assumed a different
    • culture, it has become possible for the many different kinds of
    • orders from the Spirit of the Age, worked in very many different
    • were at the same time given quite different tendencies, tendencies
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    • very different from the essentials of the Greek mythology, to say
    • mistake, for a person of quite different character might be wearing
    • that uniform at those different times; and the essential thing is to
    • completely different Beings are in Adonis and in Christ, then the
    • should learn to know to some extent, from the differentiation of the
    • Age were all quite different from one another in the ages that are
    • human beings who took part in these civilizations differed from one
    • different from the Græco-Latin peoples, they were even different from
    • differ? The entire structure of the human beings who belonged to the
    • ancient Indian peoples was absolutely different from that of the
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • the soul of man was different too. He could not yet even distinguish
    • to the East. In the course of these migrations many different
    • states of clairvoyance, had become a matter of complete indifference
    • think of it thus, that the difference between the Germanic and the
    • nature are not yet differentiated, and men are as yet quite spiritual
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    • completely different manner from the European, and especially the
    • possibility of knowing it, man is in a totally different position
    • stone, makes no difference to the purely formal act of cognition. But
    • it is a different matter as regards the ‘ I ’.
    • in many different ways, as well as to the world which appeared to man
    • Hence the completely different fundamental tone in the
    • Now you all know that two forces coming from different
    • himself in the human organism. Man would see the world differently if
    • important difference between the Gospel of St. Mark and that of St.
    • In external tradition this difference does not exist.
    • This difference is very noticeable in the contrast
    • You may search as you will through the many different
    • makes itself felt in three different ways: in the astral body, in the
    • another, and yet come from quite different causes. External facts may
    • proceed from entirely different grounds. The death of an animal does
    • case might have been quite different. The man might have had a stroke
    • entirely different cause. This is a very crude example, but
    • same, and yet the inner causes may be entirely different. We simply
    • old clairvoyance saw very differently from a man of the present day,
    • The Scandinavian necessarily felt this differently, for
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    • different stages of the human being, to form it and gradually to
    • received quite different tasks — then had the task of educating
    • the many different races, peoples and subdivisions of peoples, the
    • different conditions in order to educate it, the ‘ I ’
    • mission, we see quite a different aspect of this same mission in the
    • was again different at the time of the Egyptian-Babylonian-Chaldæan
    • in order to develop the ‘ I ’ in the different
    • Sentient Soul, had to develop in quite a different way. Hence that
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • guards, that which in spirit is quite different from any mythology.
    • quite different. That which it offers appears to us in such a way
    • different worlds; these we find more in the Heavenly Father, the
    • in a differently developed form of conception and feeling, —
    • must think of in quite a different shade of feeling, connected more
    • different one. He fully recognizes the two parts in this conception,
    • it thus becomes a very different thing from what the Western European
    • differently St. John's Gospel is understood by a philosophy,
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    • Although outwardly it may seem different at the present
    • superfluous. It always presents things in a different way from what
    • Materialism may make a mistake in two different ways.
    • what was formerly the old clairvoyance must take a different form
    • clairvoyant powers, cannot save man; something very different must
    • should be ready to act differently. The facts and the facts alone
    • difference between the East and the West; we accept with great love
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    • mineral substances actually derive their different hues from this
    • the separation of the moon has proceeded through many different stages. And we
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • different conception of the being of man, and it can be developed only by
    • the radial bones into the spherical that we can truly perceive the difference
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    • mineral substances actually derive their different hues from this
    • the separation of the moon has proceeded through many different stages. And we
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • different conception of the being of man, and it can be developed only by
    • the radial bones into the spherical that we can truly perceive the difference
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    • races, the good and the evil, will differentiate themselves. A
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    • assumes a different aspect. Man, in the course of his evolution could
    • the divine, in such a way that it is impossible to differentiate
    • different. Immortality has a meaning for man only if he can carry his
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    • what a significant difference there is between wisdom that is not
    • of these Mystery Plays had to differ in many respects from other
    • character to our Munich Mystery Plays may be based on a different
    • world, how different is the working of that which is entrusted,
    • with Christ in this Earth-life flows down to us quite differently
    • Quite different is the aspect of those who have allowed
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    • difference made by Christ between the malefactor on the right and the
    • earthly but a heavenly judgment. He must judge differently from men.
    • power of judgment quite different from that obtaining on the Earth
    • would have been possible to present this picture differently from the
    • condemning her. They bring the woman before Him and in two different
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    • quite different form in the world in which we live, and attention
    • differentiation between good and evil.
    • differentiate themselves from one another on Jupiter. This was stated
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    • different from the rest of mankind, it is a Being through whom the
    • the differentiation of men into classes, nations and races. And if it
    • star-wisdom of the Magi of the East. How all human differences
    • and dissolves all differences. And it is just within these depths
    • the clouds, not merely speak to us in an indifferent way. There will
    • Then came a different time, the time of the
    • reversal After that matters took a different path. Up to the
    • view without does not speak of the differentiation of humanity or of
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    • be repeated in a different form during the fifth post-atlantean age.
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    • different from what it was after the Mystery of Golgotha. This fact,
    • different from our own, is nevertheless difficult for many people
    • and therefore of green looking different from what it does today, and
    • times the surrounding world differed still more. And then from the
    • which he lived. A chalk or granite soil was experienced as different
    • The Earth became something different when the Christ was
    • element — different, of course, in those times from what it is
    • quite different character.
    • quadrangles, of squares and — sums and differences. The
    • The faculty that intensified in a different form in the
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    • visions, visions which in their whole configuration and form differ
    • according to the varying climatic conditions, the different regions
    • what this sheath surrounds comes from quite different worlds into
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    • which are different from those of natural science. In order to
    • philosophers differentiated a delicate, sublime soul-body from the
    • matter, but for something entirely different. But what can be done in
    • thought: How different these things would be if scientists were
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    • sciences. We use the name, only in a somewhat different sense, that is,
    • quite a different method of thought. It is necessary to realise what it
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • different from what it is in ordinary life and ordinary science. The
    • to know it as something different from what it is in ordinary life, are
    • development of the will, something of quite a different kind results
    • soul-experiences, but the discovery of a different consciousness from
    • man consists of different gradations, different shades of human nature.
    • And this in a higher sphere is no different from the fact, in a lower
    • other is living in a different world. The non-hypnotised person is not
    • relations of the will are different from those in the physical world;
    • different from existing works of art. Gothic art came forward as new,
    • different from the first, the third again different; one capital arises
    • things are not different from what they are in the sphere of natural
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    • Mysteries that were the outcome of different conditions in the
    • into this quite different attitude of soul. I will put it in the
    • in him an entirely different mood. Whereas formerly he had felt that
    • different from what it afterwards became when men began to regard
    • different!) the starting-point of the descriptions would have been
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    • Mysteries that were the outcome of different conditions in the
    • into this quite different attitude of soul. I will put it in the
    • in him an entirely different mood. Whereas formerly he had felt that
    • different from what it afterwards became when men began to regard
    • different!) the starting-point of the descriptions would have been
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    • author is right. But it is very different if we look at history in
    • successive epoch differs from the earlier one and human souls have
    • correspondingly different experiences. Unless we take a very
    • different in those earlier periods and has changed considerably in
    • look beneath the surface we shall see the immense difference there is
    • at a different epoch of humanity when the soul was more closely
    • the present day we should have no feeling for the very different mode
    • how the highest achievement is possible at different times with
    • different means. While he was still quite young, in 1498,
    • soul had become more inward. There is a marked difference between
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • seriously as we do, though from a different point of view, the
    • will have noticed how very differently I spoke of them. Unlike them,
    • closely related to what he has to give to the world. How different
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    • author is right. But it is very different if we look at history in
    • successive epoch differs from the earlier one and human souls have
    • correspondingly different experiences. Unless we take a very
    • different in those earlier periods and has changed considerably in
    • look beneath the surface we shall see the immense difference there is
    • at a different epoch of humanity when the soul was more closely
    • the present day we should have no feeling for the very different mode
    • how the highest achievement is possible at different times with
    • different means. While he was still quite young, in 1498,
    • soul had become more inward. There is a marked difference between
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • seriously as we do, though from a different point of view, the
    • will have noticed how very differently I spoke of them. Unlike them,
    • closely related to what he has to give to the world. How different
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    • and dreaming. The difference between the form and the action of the
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    • following two lectures differ in character and content from the
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    • write true. The great difference between dreams or hallucinations and
    • writing on paper. The only difference is that when we want to write
    • science of the spirit is by nature completely different from those
    • deadening one's senses. It is no different from someone saying,
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    • a different level. How, then, is he supposed to avoid
    • perception of the spiritual world is quite different from that on the
    • the souls who have passed through death possess forces different from
    • physical body, something that turned out to be quite different from
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    • different way when we are asleep than when we are awake. Now, it may
    • the greatest difference we might find between the two periods is that
    • concerned. Thus, they do not even differ in terms of reality.
    • around us filled with different species of birds and the water filled
    • matter of indifference whether we take materialistic or spiritual
    • tremendous difference between people who in their waking life are
    • types of people are as different in their effect on the dead as a
    • themselves. They are tempted to think that things are quite different
    • Our age is different from
    • civilization to the gods. Everything is different now from the way it
    • have to work with quite different forces. Christ was the Word; in the
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    • The difference between the form and the action of the deceased.
    • different from that of everyday life. It appears to lead us away from
    • completely different from our usual self. What happens to our soul
    • seems to resemble a physical figure but can be as different from the
    • relationship to such a dead individual. The difference between the
    • inner states different from those of our everyday life. We have
    • world becomes different from what it would have been had we followed
    • the physical world because the former are completely different from
    • everyday life; they must give us concepts that are new and different
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    • of modern thinking that includes the natural sciences. The two differ
    • develop abilities that are quite different from those we normally
    • something quite different from water. We can use this as a metaphor
    • only difference is that sleep leads to a loss of consciousness, but
    • being able to tell the difference between our own feeling and willing
    • social standpoint. True self-knowledge enables us to differentiate
    • that is no different from talking about spirit, spirit, and more
    • To put it differently, what
    • different, super-sensible way could take the form of intelligent
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    • earlier incarnations our souls were in a completely different
    • should not grow up without them. It makes a tremendous difference
    • physical world. Completely different thoughts have to take hold in
    • different event that was connected to the time when the sun reaches
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    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • through. The difference between one who has reached the first steps
    • is no difference.
    • initiation are also involved in this battle, the only difference
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • different. That is the essential point.
    • of ‘I’, is entirely different — more and more
    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • was man's relation to his surroundings different from what it is
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • to manifestation actually in himself: he was related in a different
    • different during the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch, even in its final
    • or heard others speaking, something as yet undifferentiated in one
    • earlier times it was different: speech was bathed in an element that
    • resounded in and together with it, and was not differentiated into
    • before this period has a different stamp from that of later history.
    • differed from that of events to-day, because the souls of men
    • responded in a quite different way to the experiences then available
    • these nationalities had quite different relations with one another,
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    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • through. The difference between one who has reached the first steps
    • is no difference.
    • initiation are also involved in this battle, the only difference
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • different. That is the essential point.
    • of ‘I’, is entirely different — more and more
    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • was man's relation to his surroundings different from what it is
    • to-day, but he was quite differently related to something that comes
    • to manifestation actually in himself: he was related in a different
    • different during the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch, even in its final
    • or heard others speaking, something as yet undifferentiated in one
    • earlier times it was different: speech was bathed in an element that
    • resounded in and together with it, and was not differentiated into
    • before this period has a different stamp from that of later history.
    • differed from that of events to-day, because the souls of men
    • responded in a quite different way to the experiences then available
    • these nationalities had quite different relations with one another,
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • into being, passing through different stages of spiritual evolution
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
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    • were incarnated somewhere quite different, under entirely different
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • another to a different region and it is finally quite obvious that
    • into being, passing through different stages of spiritual evolution
    • reincarnation — will be quite different, simply because their
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    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
    • different qualities of good — there are the good things in life
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    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
    • different qualities of good — there are the good things in life
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    • development. There, human bodies had a different constitution from
    • This was not the case with the Egyptian: his knowledge was different
    • from ours, his intelligence worked differently from our intelligence.
    • world quite differently from the way in which we perceive it now.
    • configuration of modern civilization, the different currents of our
    • way in which modern people think about God in the different
    • indifference in regard to the great destinies of human existence.
    • civilization which differs from that of the East, and that in the
    • Centre there is a civilization differing from that of the two poles
    • whole groups of man, so that differentiations can be made throughout
    • fact, the feminist movement would have struck a different note,
    • differs from that of a mere spatial contemplation of life.
    • this is indifferent, but it is symptomatic! — a large number of
    • things, but we must also learn to think differently in regard to the
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    • development. There, human bodies had a different constitution from
    • This was not the case with the Egyptian: his knowledge was different
    • from ours, his intelligence worked differently from our intelligence.
    • world quite differently from the way in which we perceive it now.
    • configuration of modern civilization, the different currents of our
    • way in which modern people think about God in the different
    • indifference in regard to the great destinies of human existence.
    • civilization which differs from that of the East, and that in the
    • Centre there is a civilization differing from that of the two poles
    • whole groups of man, so that differentiations can be made throughout
    • fact, the feminist movement would have struck a different note,
    • differs from that of a mere spatial contemplation of life.
    • this is indifferent, but it is symptomatic! — a large number of
    • things, but we must also learn to think differently in regard to the
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    • different picture of the world. The essential thing is that our
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • man — except that the Spirit of the Earth leads a different
    • worlds. It is possible to bring forward different points of view,
    • What is the essential difference between these four soul
    • differentiate them. Truth can only be reached if we are able to
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    • different picture of the world. The essential thing is that our
    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • man — except that the Spirit of the Earth leads a different
    • worlds. It is possible to bring forward different points of view,
    • What is the essential difference between these four soul
    • differentiate them. Truth can only be reached if we are able to
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    • requirement arose, different from that of elaborating Anthroposophy
    • public and the private publications are in fact two quite different
    • things, built upon different foundations. The public writings are the
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    • are many very different approaches to the general corpus of revelations
    • centre that any connection between these different approaches become
    • work of different men. Nevertheless it is best to look on the following
    • is presented so differently in
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    • as I have already indicated in many different directions.
    • difference whether through burial or cremation). And what does Nature
    • a member of a quite different one. But the great riddle, the anxious
    • riddles of existence differently from the way I feel them today. For
    • he shows how the human form in fact has an origin quite different
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    • time, however, we must call to mind the great difference between the
    • two. Indeed, yesterday we had to recognise this great difference from
    • of the different kingdoms of Nature. They are, today, just what they
    • different from those of today. What we see around us in the kingdoms
    • very different. But when we try to find something similar to its former
    • earth was etheric. Going back-wards in time is really no different from
    • time into space. It is really no different from communicating
    • how man is placed in the world in a quite different way from what appears
    • different direction from that customary today. I only wanted to point,
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    • point is something essentially different.
    • The whole configuration of the moon is different. It is always stressed
    • this in an essentially different way, however, when one attains a certain
    • constitution of man somewhat differently from the way it is done in my
    • three lectures I have just given as illustrations of the difference
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    • different from the world of Nature.
    • the light of the sun, but on earth I am only interested in the difference
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    • Only, we must be clear that there is a consider-able difference between
    • the difference only becomes apparent when we study these things on a
    • difference between what is outside and what is inside man. We must
    • recognise a greater difference however, in what is etheric.
    • however, all these conditions are found to be quite different from what
    • different again with the astral body. This is apprehended in the way
    • empty consciousness into which there flows an altogether different world
    • temperature we get different degrees of fever in different parts of
    • the body. But there are different temperatures throughout man's whole
    • differentiated with respect to temperature. In this you yourself live.
    • ‘warmth-liver’, etc. Nevertheless this differentiation
    • is there, and if the temperature differences proper to the human
    • we feel this former life in the normal differentiation of the
    • experience warmth within us quite differently from anything else.
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    • one must acquire different concepts from those one is accustomed to
    • All this becomes quite different at death. The most striking change
    • memory-thought that arises from within you is, indeed, no different from
    • is different.
    • is not thought that passes down but something quite different. It is
    • The point is that an entirely different process runs parallel to the
    • different from what happens to the physical body through the earth and
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    • can distinguish two different kinds of dreams. The first conjures pictures
    • you find that widely different external experiences can be represented
    • in different people by different dreams.
    • Now a dream like this can represent very different external experiences.
    • The pictures are quite different from what he had experienced. He could
    • This differs from the dream-life of our ordinary contemporaries; it
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    • moment we will neglect the difference between the two kinds of dreams
    • imaginative consciousness is quite different from its appearance to
    • his conception of dreams is different. He feels the dream as something
    • for the spiritual world does really appear quite different from the
    • see, we must proceed to a highly differentiated mode of perception when
    • in a different way from before. Consider, for example, our behaviour
    • a very different feeling, however, when after death the undergoes the
    • the above when asleep; but it remained quite unconscious. The difference
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    • But we now enter a totally different element. We have realised that
    • external kingdoms of Nature, so now, with spiritual beings of different
    • order to live his life in a different way from before. Many incapacities
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    • discussions which have been held in different places. Nevertheless,
    • Century people everywhere spoke in quite a different way, their
    • underlying tone was different from what it became in the later
    • essentially different. Today I will only mention one example. At the
    • had to master the concept of miracle in quite a different way than
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    • But really the dream differs far less from ordinary thinking than is
    • different, Christ will also become different within us. If we look
    • something different — with, for instance, materialistic
    • These things are intended to show you how fundamentally different the
    • whole form of consciousness is in different categories of human
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    • external things as the differences between Japan and America must be
    • souls has become quite different from what it was before that time.
    • of this difference. And if men did not box themselves up within their
    • man is modified; the extent to which the animal nature of man differs
    • the social structure something quite different, something of which
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    • external things as the differences between Japan and America must be
    • souls has become quite different from what it was before that time.
    • of this difference. And if men did not box themselves up within their
    • man is modified; the extent to which the animal nature of man differs
    • the social structure something quite different, something of which
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    • world differs in many respects from the method of knowledge that
    • have at once a radical difference from the way of cognition to which
    • considerable difference.
    • indifferent, with whom we have merely a conventional relation. Not so
    • It is different on the intellectual plane. Here we can
    • case is very different. There comes a point where he has to
    • accordingly good reason for distributing among different persons the
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    • world differs in many respects from the method of knowledge that
    • have at once a radical difference from the way of cognition to which
    • considerable difference.
    • indifferent, with whom we have merely a conventional relation. Not so
    • It is different on the intellectual plane. Here we can
    • case is very different. There comes a point where he has to
    • accordingly good reason for distributing among different persons the
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    • humanity has developed, and will develop further, through different
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • indifference often shown nowadays. At present we are slow, as a rule,
    • different network of feelings and sensations spans the world of
    • special gifts for teaching others about the different temperaments
    • with the same temperament but with a different trend of character
    • requires different treatment. These specially gifted men will say to
    • deal differently.” Practical psychology, practical knowledge of
    • and when we find that they differ from it we criticise. No progress
    • something entirely different. Because men are becoming more and more
    • something different is needed. Also that there are different
    • religions. We must try to make the essential nature of the different
    • religions intelligible, to make clear different aspects of the
    • at work in the so-called Jesuitism of the different religions —
    • other spheres of life. In a form hardly differing from the Jesuitism
    • matter of indifference to them as to some extent it still was in the
    • Their experience in the spiritual sphere was quite different, it was
    • social sphere where a quite different way of living must be adopted,
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    • humanity has developed, and will develop further, through different
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • indifference often shown nowadays. At present we are slow, as a rule,
    • different network of feelings and sensations spans the world of
    • special gifts for teaching others about the different temperaments
    • with the same temperament but with a different trend of character
    • requires different treatment. These specially gifted men will say to
    • deal differently.” Practical psychology, practical knowledge of
    • and when we find that they differ from it we criticise. No progress
    • something entirely different. Because men are becoming more and more
    • something different is needed. Also that there are different
    • religions. We must try to make the essential nature of the different
    • religions intelligible, to make clear different aspects of the
    • at work in the so-called Jesuitism of the different religions —
    • other spheres of life. In a form hardly differing from the Jesuitism
    • matter of indifference to them as to some extent it still was in the
    • Their experience in the spiritual sphere was quite different, it was
    • social sphere where a quite different way of living must be adopted,
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    • were very different from those appropriate today. I have often drawn
    • instinctive clairvoyance. This clairvoyance went through many different
    • in general was very different from what it is today. In the present age
    • our imagination. It was different in the remote past for then, as we know,
    • lightning and thunder, in every star, in the beings of the different
    • holding and exhaling of the breath differently, and so altered the
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • words and sayings. It was noticeable that one spoke differently when these
    • different consciousness when we separate thinking from breathing and
    • This is how modern meditation differs
    • To illustrate the difference I will draw it
    • of what one was (red). That is the difference.
    • their differences by keeping his body for lengthy periods in certain
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • differences within the directions of space by undertaking such exercises
    • various directions have different values.
    • clear that there is a great difference between that and what the ascetic
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    • were very different from those appropriate today. I have often drawn
    • instinctive clairvoyance. This clairvoyance went through many different
    • in general was very different from what it is today. In the present age
    • our imagination. It was different in the remote past for then, as we know,
    • lightning and thunder, in every star, in the beings of the different
    • holding and exhaling of the breath differently, and so altered the
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • words and sayings. It was noticeable that one spoke differently when these
    • different consciousness when we separate thinking from breathing and
    • This is how modern meditation differs
    • To illustrate the difference I will draw it
    • of what one was (red). That is the difference.
    • their differences by keeping his body for lengthy periods in certain
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • differences within the directions of space by undertaking such exercises
    • various directions have different values.
    • clear that there is a great difference between that and what the ascetic
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    • fully able to understand the difference between the super-sensible world
    • often drawn attention to the great difference in the development of the
    • — ideas that are so totally different from those to which we are
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually to awaken in man
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    • fully able to understand the difference between the super-sensible world
    • often drawn attention to the great difference in the development of the
    • — ideas that are so totally different from those to which we are
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • sounded quite different then. Paul sought continually to awaken in man
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    • there has been much talk in these days as to the differences that arose
    • by however, I came to quite a different conclusion; namely, that what
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    • consider well what a great difference it makes, whether you really stir
    • Of course the people of to-day will not believe that it makes any difference;
    • but you can tell the difference even in medical mattes. Believe me,
    • it is not a matter of indifference whether a medicament is prepared
    • difference if the doctor himself possesses the remedy and gives it to
    • great effects can be called forth. But if you begin to do it in an indifferent
    • difference whether you do the thing with all that proceeds from the
    • It makes no difference where you get them from— only not from
    • Western hemisphere — is quite a different thing from life in the
    • cattle would have to be more effective in a rather different way. Thus
    • It is very important, needless to say, and it makes a great difference
    • It makes so little difference that you need not worry about it. In practice,
    • We shall see whether it makes any difference. However, as a normal matter
    • in yesterday's lecture. For when you meditate you live quite differently
    • as a whole. You should be well aware that it makes all the difference
    • altogether different time. You lived with the peasants in the country,
    • Moreover, they looked quite different — there was something homely
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    • the different kinds of earth will have their influence, according to
    • of milch-fodder. The effects cannot possibly be so different in two
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    • among the constellations for the different kinds of lower animals will
    • or should the latter be treated differently?
    • It may only involve a slight difference in the constellation. The proper
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    • no difference at all.
    • quite true; man's inner life will become different if these things are
    • carried as far as is now intended. It makes a difference whether you
    • in the wider Sense — it makes comparatively little difference
    • of mind one approaches these matters? It makes a great difference whether
    • a difference.
    • done something very different than in destroying the single fish. You
    • will have carried out a process on an entirely different level.
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    • and facts which is different from that of a more materialistic chemical
    • a considerable difference between mere application of the method and
    • come into being which are endowed with vital qualities and totally different
    • plant nutrients showed that the same soil tested quite differently at
    • different seasons. Indeed, tests showed not only seasonal but even daily
    • plants grown on the same nutrient solution had a wholly different substantial
    • creative moments under whose influence species became differentiated
    • ear, and to show in particular the difference between food plants and
    • difference between the two types, one of which is sown in autumn, nearer
    • eventually be able to confirm these differences materially in the structure
    • collaborators would have written quite differently, and about different
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    • If you examine it thoroughly, you will find it makes a difference to
    • it on the ground. These differences are of importance in relation to
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    • will lead us along many different side tracks — necessarily so,
    • makes no difference, then let Frau Prof. Schleiden put out her barrel
    • may well seem a matter of complete indifference to the formative
    • ourselves thereby. Two very different sets of interests are
    • Jupiter and Mars. These forces must be regarded in quite a different
    • growth of plants in quite a different way, albeit, I need hardly say,
    • the proper Mars-period, will thrive differently from one that is
    • part, the result will be different if you plant the forest in a
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    • indifference whether we get our cow-dung from the neighbourhood or
    • intimate effects) is different in summer and in winter. Here we are
    • it is a little different.
    • great difference between the warmth that is above the Earth's surface
    • warmths are essentially different, and in this sense, we may well
    • well aware that there is a difference between the air above the soil
    • difference between the warmth above and within. They know that the
    • is most of all indifferent, or neutral. That is to say, the plants at
    • different species of plants. In former epochs — notably in
    • primeval epochs — it was different. At that time it was still
    • that the forms of our different fruits are inherited. They were
    • instinctive wisdom, how to create the different kinds of fruits from
    • possess the different kinds of fruit, handing them down by heredity
    • — we should not be very successful in creating the different
    • A lion exposes itself to the Sun differently from a horse. The
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    • undergone. How different it appears, however, when we perceive it in
    • need. In plants, the carbon is present in a very different way. To a
    • principle. They are therefore very different from what our modern
    • different style than before. We suddenly begin to know all kinds of
    • will feel this difference, as against a certain other substance.
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    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • a tree for example. A tree is different from an ordinary annual, which
    • in all life. The aromatic property which here expands and which is different
    • forming of antlers it is altogether different. Here the point
    • How different
    • nature. This form of study and research is very different from what
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    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • of the materialistic world conception. Meanwhile, in all the different
    • always moistens its fingers therewith when it wants to carry the different
    • Unlike the former instance (the cow, which is quite different), these
    • too has a certain amount of sulphur in it, but in a different quantity,
    • animals will do, it makes little or no difference. We put the chopped-up
    • So we have added four different
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    • These things must be looked at from a somewhat different point of view.
    • with the insects in this way. Insects are subject to different cosmic
    • influences. Indeed, all the lower animals are subject to different cosmic
    • it is different. It is comparative nonsense to speak of the Sun in general
    • different being in each case. moreover, the resultant influence depends
    • the same sense as in animal diseases. (We shall understand the difference
    • must learn to see into the workings of Nature in all her different domains.
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    • Outwardly Seen, to begin with, it is quite different from a herbaceous
    • quite different. But we must learn to perceive in what way the tree
    • is different; otherwise we shall never understand the function of fruit
    • encompasses the free has a different plant-nature in the air and outer
    • (Diagram 16). Once more, it is a different plant-world.
    • from the woods and forests! Then you will feel the difference between
    • differentiate, to individualise, as between the scent of earthly plants
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    • the fact that a living organism is essentially different from a crystal
    • in the very least. The things they then talk of are altogether different
    • utterly different — something that does not fit in at all with
    • describe the animal rather differently from man. For man, we speak quite
    • by no means a matter of indifference, in practice. Suppose you are using
    • get the proper change in the open air — how different it will
    • animal and human manure are altogether different things. Animal manure
    • conditions. The conditions are different, simply through the fact that
    • the earth's surface is not level. It is a different thing for animals
    • from mouth to mouth. It has done us much harm. It makes a great difference,
    • remote from farming life. It makes a difference, which you will quickly
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    • different stars according to the seasons. The
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    • beings. Different influences of these beings upon the earth and
    • standing at different levels of evolution. Additional spiritual
    • The spiritual hierarchies above man. The different
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    • beings. Different influences of these beings upon the earth and
    • different there, the atmosphere for instance is quite different and
    • between the different planets and so the moon is connected with the earth
    • one could form it differently. Invention comes to them spontaneously.
    • is not a matter of indifference. Influences of the Venus beings live
    • where such a fact was presented from quite a different aspect. There
    • the different national characters over the earth; foods which produce one
    • when we turn our eye to a sordid, ignoble thing then a different concept
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    • the spirit throughout cosmic space. We shall study a different aspect
    • Earth, like man himself, has passed through different embodiments and
    • path. Our earth and the beings belonging to it take a different course.
    • — has differentiated out of that original ocean of flame. And
    • time, for its character was rather different. But for the human mind
    • The occultist makes use of two words to indicate the difference between
    • long and greatly differing periods of evolution; the forces working
    • concepts can, in any case, be only relative. The only difference in
    • The difference is always relative, only relative. As far as human thinking
    • and ascending. These forces are indicated in various ways in the different
    • have to speak differently of the conditions then prevailing, enumerating
    • All there are beings other than man, beings of a different nature. There
    • beings of whom we must speak differently. The members of which man is
    • as their lowest member, are in an entirely different position. In respect
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    • standing at different levels of evolution. Additional spiritual
    • an intellectual grasp of the gradual agglomeration of the different
    • the different globes had gathered themselves into balls and separated
    • a series of different beings at different stages of evolution.
    • They went through their human stage in a different external form. The
    • as in schools different primary pupils are always following on. These
    • dwelling place with quite different characteristics. On the other hand
    • varying stages of evolution of the different beings.
    • develop, he had a very different form. You would open your eyes in amazement
    • all of this; just as the different human fluids work upon man, so did
    • quite calmly. It will be quite different in fifty years' time, for the
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    • quite different from the nature of our present earthly planet. On Saturn
    • body — you must recollect the fundamental difference existing
    • in quite a different form — namely, the warmth contained in your
    • different for each different human being, the ego drew into the astral
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    • to be considered too from many different aspects. Today we will consider
    • from a different point of view, and will pay special attention to the
    • you came into a different region of warmth. Thus old Saturn consisted
    • What then is the difference
    • is a considerable difference, for the human bodies which then came forth,
    • more complex than the human being of Saturn. In Saturn all was undifferentiated
    • became differentiated. The homogeneous warmth-matter was differentiated
    • but there is a very different one, a living warmth which you have in
    • to you. Now you must think how different these beings were. You have
    • we look at the facts, our human evolution is seen to be very different
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    • different substances.
    • A quite different task
    • on Earth from an entirely different standpoint, so that this human being
    • find it was radically different from that of a human being of today.
    • that signified something entirely different from what it means today.
    • personality and his individuality are within two different tendencies
    • of his soul. Man will have then quite a different physiognomy; by the
    • that matter could someday become quite different from matter. What could
    • as individuality through all the different incarnations; and there were
    • different from what was created in Rome as jurisprudence. That is a
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    • The spiritual hierarchies above man. The different
    • that he has developed to his present heights through different planetary
    • of the just completed life. This lasts for two or three days, it differs
    • of time that the person could hold out without sleep. Different people
    • stand today looked quite different a few centuries ago; the earth is
    • man meets a ground that presents quite a different picture; he always
    • who create the harmony between the different human individuals and the
    • there, and according to the different regions they occupied they had
    • in the different animal groups the esoteric expression of the ruling
    • that differs according to the different epochs. We have often spoken
    • nature. That was again a different epoch. So you have for each epoch
    • the Original Forces. They are different from those who have ascended
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    • are different from those that one brought with one as a newcomer to
    • theories. For, little by little, we actually become different through
    • human stage, although under different conditions.
    • man. You know that we differentiate various members of man's nature.
    • just spoken we may say that they differ from man by not having developed
    • in fact, they have been given many different names. The name, however,
    • differ essentially from man in as much as one could never reasonably
    • The different members
    • we have considered the different members of the human being we shall
    • his physical body would look very different. When he dies the physical
    • of the different periods. Everything has now been graded, so to speak,
    • I have said as to how Jupiter differs from our Earth. We have described
    • the different animal species have been gradually ejected, so to speak,
    • to incarnation and is capable through development of reaching our different
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    • that each animal form — or to put it differently — a totality
    • stands on quite a different page of cosmic evolution. Bees and blossoms
    • beings which one calls Sylphs or Lemures. In border-regions where different
    • We can observe different stages in the evolution of mankind and see
    • of man was quite different; in the bodies in which we were incorporated
    • at that time our souls had quite different experiences. There is one
    • as exists today. What is then the characteristic difference in comparison
    • came over him, it was only a different kind of consciousness. At that
    • time. It was because the memory of early mankind was quite different
    • not know that the giving of names in former times was quite different
    • things at all. A fundamental consciousness mediating quite differently
    • which men find themselves together without the differentiation of the
    • of group soul, though in quite a different sense from the early group
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    • where the beings of different nature-kingdoms come together, where the
    • — if one may so call it, have indeed such ego souls as man, differing
    • of this complexity in different lectures. But he will appear more and
    • cycle is quite a different being from what he is by day. His physical
    • They were quite different organs on ancient Saturn, but their first
    • it was there but always different. On the Moon, for instance, there
    • to be physical and to be mineral are two quite different things. The
    • normal condition either. At any rate they are in a somewhat different
    • possesses further an astral body and ego, makes no difference as regards
    • and like differently, how he wants to work upon the other's soul.
    • effects in human life. Humanity would have advanced quite differently
    • the relation of etheric body to physical body was quite different from
    • etheric part practically coincide. That was quite different in ancient
    • man if during his different incarnations in those culture-epochs he
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    • astral body as their lowest member need, however, something different
    • we must consider in somewhat more detail the different forms of man's
    • going through physical space, that it was by no means an indifferent
    • — let us say, in the Pyramids — is something quite different.
    • difference. Just as it is true that the Grecian temple can be thought
    • The true artist talks differently. He perhaps will say: When the tones
    • to combine the different means of expression so that what lives in the
    • But then too it is not a matter of indifference how left and right are
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    • taught in a quite different way than is the case today.
    • Namely the concept of Christ will play a different and a
    • different religious traditions and who were united as a
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    • not notice that one is in a different state of
    • different world. For him it was like a person who upon
    • the whole human environment takes on a completely different
    • and animals differently, every butterfly looks different.
    • drastically darkened by the covering moon, it is different
    • different during a solar eclipse than when it is night. One
    • transferred them to a completely different consciousness.
    • taught them, in a completely different form, which he had
    • of such things in a different way than is allowed in our
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    • different form.
    • were completely different from earthly ones. What does that
    • completely different meaning than that of a normal human
    • probably noticed a difference, but the difference was too
    • The apostles could not always clearly differentiate and
    • how different all this was with respect to a normal human
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    • was transformed, had become something completely different.
    • The voice also came from a different direction, and what
    • but in an entirely different way than Jesus had, but who
    • infancy of two different Jesus children, one descendent
    • Luke Jesus. (See the differing genealogies in these
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    • different everything was before that change during my
    • different sides. I have often emphasized this. I have taken
    • are completely different people; they truly need to turn
    • and arid in humanity. He was even indifferent to the
    • him were different from those whom he described to his
    • egotism, but for a completely different reason, because the
    • and put in a different direction. And those whose nature is
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    • been a difference between the esoteric truth known to initiates, and
    • they had an entirely different idea, an entirely different feeling,
    • one could say, a totally different experience than we. Where a modern
    • gnosis or spiritual knowledge. This sixth epoch will be radically different
    • the end of these post-Atlantean cultures and will know completely different
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    • been a difference between the esoteric truth known to initiates, and
    • they had an entirely different idea, an entirely different feeling,
    • one could say, a totally different experience than we. Where a modern
    • gnosis or spiritual knowledge. This sixth epoch will be radically different
    • the end of these post-Atlantean cultures and will know completely different
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    • body. Back then time had to he determined differently than today. Day
    • and night were entirely different. In Lemuria, conditions for the whole
    • in the future in a different, clairvoyant way. In the future we will
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    • each presented from a different perspective. Since, however, initiation is
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    • different from a day of remembrance for others, for those departed human
    • entered into a different relationship to us. It is just such a relationship
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    • to us the state of development of the soul. The soul is in a different
    • line of evolution than the body of the human being. The difference between
    • different kinds of bodies in the sixth root race. But there is also
    • their race. There is a great difference between a human being who says: I
    • the different facts we have discovered in the course of time. The evolution
    • entirely different from the sense organs in the physical body. We speak
    • in the natural world surrounding us will be entirely different.
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    • characteristic of different epochs.
    • explanations. In a certain sense it is, but there is a difference between
    • signs as possible. The Apocalypse was written with a different intention
    • it is different, even if they do not notice the transformation of their
    • different streams, other forms and organs than those unorganized and
    • results for a long time. The astral body changes, it becomes a different
    • in the mysteries of various ancient peoples. But initiation was different
    • to a form of the human being entirely different from that of the present.
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    • the world ether. However, with the highest initiate something different
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    • difference between the evolution of souls and the evolution of bodies. From
    • epoch to epoch human souls find themselves again and again in different
    • Atlantis, but with this difference: human beings will have a free
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    • so very differently in the ancient Indian epoch, and how much has the
    • entirely different from earlier incarnations. As the soul ascends from
    • devachan and kamaloca only in general terms. But it is different during
    • different to experience. We can describe this history only in separate
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    • color, radiated with different colors when the redeemer died on Golgotha.
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    • from the internal. In this way the difference between waking and sleeping
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    • their different bodies, but they could also extend and “puff”
    • at very different times. If a portion of humanity in the early stages
    • through aggression. The hoofed animals express a very different stage
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    • different form. The crystals we see today were once forms worked out
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    • human being. This is the difference between the oriental and the northern
    • ages an entirely different form of wisdom will be given. The souls who
    • entirely different functions. We see this indicated in the structure
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    • spiritually, it is different. Human beings here on earth only provide the
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • die early through some accident or otherwise, and in a different way in the
    • different again comes about from when it is only a case of the individual
    • and this was true in all the different spheres of life — the spiritual
    • and a third a different one again. All these individualities in their several
    • community life. That which is different in all of us passes through what is
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
    • was quite different from what it is now. You will know from the descriptions
    • paths was the result of the fact that many and different currents work in
    • the sole influence working in history, quite a different evolution would have
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    • spiritually, it is different. Human beings here on earth only provide the
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • die early through some accident or otherwise, and in a different way in the
    • different again comes about from when it is only a case of the individual
    • and this was true in all the different spheres of life — the spiritual
    • and a third a different one again. All these individualities in their several
    • community life. That which is different in all of us passes through what is
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
    • was quite different from what it is now. You will know from the descriptions
    • paths was the result of the fact that many and different currents work in
    • the sole influence working in history, quite a different evolution would have
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • necessary to proceed in a somewhat different way, in this occult
    • differentiate between these two structures we must at once call
    • have an entirely different task from that of the corresponding organ
    • different living beings.
    • in a different way, differentiated, more complex, till we obtain out
    • differentiated spinal cord.
    • may think about this spinal cord in two different ways. First, we may
    • itself? We perceive, to begin with, that it is of two different
    • something different appears, yet likewise because of an immediate
    • having different colours. At the same time, we must not imagine that
    • colours show themselves as differing very remarkably, depending upon
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • the different sense-impressions that stream into us; imagine these
    • sure, a significant difference between what we spoke of yesterday as
    • us as a sort of inner cosmic system. This difference lies simply in
    • inner experience, which primarily differentiates the animal
    • differentiated in the human organism in manifold ways the inner
    • differentiations. Thus the nerve-system is something that reaches out
    • comes into contact with the differentiated nerve-system, just as does
    • the ego with the differentiated soul-life, for it also is made up of
    • the ego. A year ago this ego was filled with a different content,
    • different. Thus the ego, we see, comes into contact with the entire
    • into contact with the differentiated nerve-system, so does the ego
    • come together with the differentiated life of the soul, in
    • different sort of inner experience. He stands before a completely
    • and he meets something different as a substitute for what he has
    • itself. He is now living in something different; he feels himself in
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • can call forth a state of life different from the ordinary one. The
    • different feeling from that which a man has when he confronts the
    • we have spoken. There is one difference, however, in connection with
    • within him. It is indeed, something quite different that appears. Now
    • different, however, when a man can see clairvoyantly inside himself
    • different when he is able to observe this his inner world from the
    • inner self is, indeed, fundamentally different from what presents
    • observation. To inward clairvoyant sight all the differentiations of
    • differs very considerably from other rhythms that we perceive
    • differs from others: that is, it is far less regular than the other
    • now from the “pictures” belonging to the different peoples,
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • difference, however, that in the case of such forces as that of
    • working over some indifferent material, but working in opposition to
    • being is interwoven and to which he is attached from two different
    • sends its forces into us in two different ways, while we are simply
    • we must differentiate between what comes to man from outside in the
    • the different processes have come about under the influence of the
    • great difference between this human blood, which has been prepared as
    • that the conflict can begin between the different world-conceptions.
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • all the different organs in the human organism as being first planned
    • physical matter. Hence, in these force-systems which at different
    • must recognise a super-sensible organism which is differentiated
    • that it is possible to convey them to the different organs, and then
    • nutrition, which appears to be a power of attraction in the different
    • means of a super-sensible organism, the different nutritive substances
    • as its super-sensible prototype, is differentiated within itself, and
    • spatial formation is very slightly differentiated in itself, contains
    • excreted. Thus there begins a differentiating of the substance taken
    • against it. For further use it must become a different substance, and
    • number of different organs. It is only because secretion takes place
    • make any difference to the inner experience of the human organism;
    • real difference to an inner experience of the human organism. That
    • the human organism. It makes no difference why the human organism is
    • life, and then goes back as something different, in other words, that
    • suppose that this different position of the frontal bone, this changing
    • of form, would presuppose at the same time entirely different capacities
    • mankind as one comes to see clearly that there are different capacities
    • among human beings having a different outer formation of the head or
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • must differentiate carefully between a process such as has to do with
    • of nutrition which are taken in are transported to all the different
    • than in the human being. To put it somewhat differently: in all of
    • processes, concerning which we do not know at all how the different
    • the most diverse ways, that they be deposited in all the different
    • in comparison with that expressed in the skin, is a different
    • the depositing of a different sort of nutritive matter from that
    • differently: “Our pulsating blood is our life; our bony system
    • different in the case of the blood-system, which follows in active
    • separate skull is so different from every other that in each we find
    • different forms.
    • different form for each man. How does this come about? It comes about
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • lectures, to form the impression that the different systems of organs
    • activities at work in the different systems of organs to higher,
    • compare with another one of a different kind; by this I do not mean
    • that the physical correlative of this again is different. It is,
    • partly aware of these things even though in an entirely different
    • something quite different which causes the person to become conscious
    • or less indefinite, wavering, and different in each one of us, the
    • entirely different character which, for its very existence,
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    • respiratory systems, the differentiation of conscious and subconscious
    • although, of course, the process is quite different in the human
    • being because it takes place at a different stage. We must picture to
    • find that it must again inwardly organise and differentiate itself.
    • their own nutritive substances is a different matter; but they do
    • lungs. These things are, of course, hard to differentiate; but I
    • stages of evolution, these stages differing very greatly among
    • terrestrialising of the bony system, and to an entirely different
    • processes which it conducts to us through all its different
    • human souls who, through their different earthly incarnations, have
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    • never forget belongs to an entirely different world — a world
    • Hebrew tongue, a language which works upon the soul quite differently
    • a method of penetrating the primeval record entirely different from
    • arose out of psychic conditions quite different from those of
    • Suppose there is a man to whom on awakening two different kinds of
    • thought occur, a man who muses about two different kinds of thing.
    • the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions were of a different nature from
    • men, a group each of whom practises a different craft, but which is
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    • different in its very nature from modern tongues — can only be
    • Mark the difference!
    • difference between the earth, as it has become in the course of
    • space. Space is differentiated, is permeated, by forces which are
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    • organised the complicated differentiations within it, were the very
    • and water. These three elements were now undifferentiated, though
    • the watery element, so that it was again possible to differentiate
    • but in such a way that elements of two different natures
    • to water on the Moon, is now further differentiated, and this further
    • recapitulated — though in a different form — which were
    • group, each one of whom has learnt something different, each of whom
    • has a different capacity, but all of whom are working towards a
    • begin to hear quite a different language in the Genesis account.
    • the world, if the differing activities of seven Beings had to combine
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    • nothing in this distinction — that he himself differentiates
    • ancient times needed quite a different kind of feeling from what we
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    • physical body is quite different in sleep, when the astral body with
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    • on the Genesis story of creation from many different aspects. Of
    • the Elohim. Up to the present we have, from quite a different
    • different earths and metals, out of the formless matter of the
    • thing is not seen everywhere. Different forces are at work when a gas
    • part in cloud formation are different from those who are at work in
    • all the differences in the different spheres of existence. It acts on
    • the same everywhere, they are very different in different
    • strikes a match. Quite different forces are at work when the element
    • evolution, we find all the different hierarchies already there. All
    • from different religious traditions; we have to distinguish between
    • part, the style is quite different. It is not possible that the same
    • because he could not believe that two such different things as the
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    • difference between the evolution of the Moon and that of our present
    • stand at a different spot from it.” We perceive the rose, and
    • essential in which the consciousness of that time differed from that
    • arose were in the main quite different from the objects of our
    • earth, called for an entirely different kind of cleavage in our
    • differently formed; and under the conditions which then obtained only
    • of the moon nature and of the sun nature change, become different. If
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    • us when we are asleep, though the astral form is now quite different
    • and find there differentiated currents of warmth not so dense as gas,
    • perceived certain differentiations in the substance of warmth. If he
    • warmth-impressions.” There are differentiations of warmth in
    • influence given from quite a different aspect. But when we have come
    • cloud formation something quite different from the formation of water
    • in its writings, that it had an entirely different outlook. Even if
    • very different from the materialistic and crude exegesis that came in
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    • soul-spirits of differing characteristics, according to whether they
    • what later became racial differentiation. It is still possible today
    • very different from what it became later; far on into the Atlantean
    • which differed from those of this ancient tradition. Modern
    • with rather different eyes. The whole constitution of its matter is
    • different from that of the earth. The astro-physicist speaking from
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    • the Elohim, each with his different capacity, worked together as a
    • body. How did it come about? This differentiation, this separation into
    • of creation. There was no such differentiation in the human being who
    • denser than is the case today. A differentiation between physical and
    • time both male and female, undifferentiated. Thus man, in the sense
    • still undifferentiated, still male and female at the same time.
    • today, but to the undifferentiated man, the male-female man.
    • one to read the text correctly. But it is very different if one
    • animals went through different evolutionary processes. Aristotle
    • nature was thereby brought down a stage and became differentiated.
    • higher levels. The male-female becomes differentiated into man and
    • great difference between a true theory of evolution and a fancy one.
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    • Consequently Anthroposophy must not only speak of different subjects,
    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • every single condition leading to different manifestations can be
    • only envisage a transformation, but something very different. Let us
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • must be held together in an entirely different way, for the whole
    • social and religious life—in short, for the most different
    • fructifying influence on many different spheres of art.
    • can influence different spheres of life.
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    • Consequently Anthroposophy must not only speak of different subjects,
    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • every single condition leading to different manifestations can be
    • only envisage a transformation, but something very different. Let us
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • must be held together in an entirely different way, for the whole
    • social and religious life—in short, for the most different
    • fructifying influence on many different spheres of art.
    • can influence different spheres of life.
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    • images when it recognizes their error. We are in a different
    • differentiate truth from error in the spiritual
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
    • phenomena, about these different phenomena of spiritual
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    • images when it recognizes their error. We are in a different
    • differentiate truth from error in the spiritual
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
    • phenomena, about these different phenomena of spiritual
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    • But another requirement arose, different from that of
    • two quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • mankind to acquire knowledge in a way different from that of today.
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • is something quite different from the customary stage technique. We
    • the whole performance, be that performance good or indifferent, that
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    • different trends — to the intellectual civilisation associated
    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • appeared very different from what it does today. It is very
    • customs, if we want to understand the completely different habit of
    • these three sheaths. These three have all become different in the
    • is the essential drive which makes these sheaths different? We have
    • the first period, was utterly different from a body of the present
    • different, everything has changed.
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • knowledge in a different way, and which transmutes the torch of
    • needed. In a different way the figure of the threefold Hecate
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    • completely different view of the world and of life, and of the
    • all this the Greek attitude of heart and soul was very different from
    • present interpretation. Putting aside all finer shades of difference,
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
    • the macrocosm than in the microcosm. Therein lies the difference
    • being, and I can describe to you the difference between external
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • astral and etheric man, one has a different taste from what one has
    • different terms. But it is also possible for the practising occultist
    • relationships of these four different areas, you get an impression of
    • their difference in strength. Then one receives a corresponding
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    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • they stand to us. We know that, under quite different conditions of
    • others in a different position. They were Angel Beings in the lowest
    • different in the Persian epoch. There it was not the Angels who
    • perfection. But there is one difference.
    • really an enormous difference between these two classes of Angels.
    • This difference has to do with the loftiest mystery of human
    • In order to give an account of this difference we have to introduce
    • There would have been a tremendous difference in the destiny of
    • be in our true home upon that star.’ That is the difference it
    • difference. The physical body of man is destined to disintegrate,
    • this we find the difference between all the planetary gods and the
    • the essential differences between the planetary spirits and the
    • Jupiter are seen from the Earth. Thus it is really a different stream
    • of humanity and a different stream of the higher hierarchies which
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    • sister. Persephone was a soul who had gone through a different
    • at as many different points as there are heads sitting here; but out
    • through a different development. She has passed through a development
    • fact that in our hearts we can still develop a different kind of
    • one who as a human being is already different, unites with what has
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    • possible to think and feel in an entirely different manner from the
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • even the Bible recognises that quite a different bodily form, one
    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • spiritual world, and has become a quite different being, a being
    • different from what lived in the gods of Zeus's world.
    • Then the human form would be different from what it actually is. If
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would be quite different from our external human body. But this
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
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    • was the fundamental difference? In their ideas about the upper gods,
    • essentially different was involved in what was associated with the
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • not to illusion — one has to set about it in quite a different
    • Spiritual Science which are given here, a different style, a
    • different method of presentation is used from the one to which
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • of it as an instrument for judgment in an entirely different
    • situation, from an entirely different viewpoint. Without
    • sometimes assume quite different names when they enter into the
    • can estimate what an entirely different world it was which the
    • beautiful in a different sense from that in which the late Greek
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    • Science differ fundamentally from those of other scientific or
    • it is however essentially different. The mood of
    • treasure out of the unconscious? We give it a different form from the
    • appearance man today would have looked very different.
    • clear that, in fact, man's appearance today is quite different
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • The difference is
    • this separation took place between the two different generations of
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    • very complicated currents arising from widely different spiritual
    • simplest mammals to the most complicated. In two different species of
    • mammal very different formative forces are at work. The mammals which
    • course of their development been subjected to quite different
    • admit that the forces at work in the mammals are quite different from
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • different from that of the mammal. Today I will not go into the
    • It is quite different
    • these different currents, he would have to say: ‘Something
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
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    • widely different epochs men have formed conceptions of what really lies
    • different way, by gazing with penetration upon what was current among
    • compared with that of the Greeks, we think in a very different
    • has undergone many changes. Man has become very different. Far
    • different when we permeate our ideas, our abstract laws, with what in
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    • Jesus-child, born, as the Gospels assert, from different Davidic lines.
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    • to be a significant image. The serpent exists in almost undifferentiated
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    • The different streams of spiritual life in antiquity converge
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    • indeed almost unnoticed, by the critics, made an entirely different
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    • different from that in which we approached the study of St. John's Gospel.
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    • Gospel of St. Matthew is concerned primarily, with a quite different
    • different kingdoms of the earth, at the processes manifesting in air and
    • and to take appropriate measures, required a different faculty, which
    • belonging to one racial stock marry into a different stock, when the
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    • is to understand little by little how the different streams of spiritual
    • mission differed from that of the other pre-Christian peoples. To the
    • unimportant to be clear in our minds about the difference between a
    • or ancient Egypt. There is a very marked difference. One who in the life
    • seer it was an entirely different matter. Together with the inspirations
    • difference clearly in mind can we fully understand what is implied by
    • they would take the Christ for something altogether different from the
    • another age, differ considerably from those essential for the attainment
    • something quite different came to light. Among those who were baptised
    • arising for them was entirely different from that revealed at the earlier
    • altogether different, a quite new being. The few who experienced this at
    • to pass; man has become a different being; the Ego has now the rulership
    • would not have been achieved. Hence this different element must be
    • initiation something of a quite different nature. Hence he could not
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    • super-sensible. They emphasise the difference between anthroposophy's
    • a different character than it has in everyday life.
    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • that the human head is of an entirely different character, even in
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • but there is no difference between the sensory and the motor nerves.
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
    • the religious differences existing in different parts of the world,
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    • super-sensible. They emphasise the difference between anthroposophy's
    • a different character than it has in everyday life.
    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • that the human head is of an entirely different character, even in
    • super-sensible thinking, it is different. It would be quite impossible
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
    • us into a different person. But nowadays an unconscious
    • different person from week to week, year to year, and decade to
    • but there is no difference between the sensory and the motor nerves.
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • men's souls onto quite a different level of development from the one
    • quite differently constituted before and after the middle of the
    • the religious differences existing in different parts of the world,
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    • the differences in this consciousness of the Earth in special
    • entirely different from the laws of human consciousness. In speaking
    • districts only, because it changes with different regions of the
    • of different strength. Night consciousness is beclouded
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    • the differences in this consciousness of the Earth in special
    • entirely different from the laws of human consciousness. In speaking
    • districts only, because it changes with different regions of the
    • of different strength. Night consciousness is beclouded
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    • is correct, that cannot be doubted; but something very different is
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • therewith our conception of the world about us. Had we different
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • (to put it trivially) of succumbing to the different conceptions of
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    • is correct, that cannot be doubted; but something very different is
    • then the world around us would appear quite different. An exceedingly
    • therewith our conception of the world about us. Had we different
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • (to put it trivially) of succumbing to the different conceptions of
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    • different matters, but spiritual-scientific knowledge is much
    • uniting the different peoples of the Earth and this also intensifies
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • different ways in the ancient Indian peoples and in other Eastern
    • into consciousness. A different element streams into the conscious
    • be different. The ideal of the European lies one stage higher; it is
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • characteristics of the different peoples of the Earth. Let him
    • different peoples spread over the Earth. It is in the East, then,
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
    • One can, of course, speak from many different
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    • different matters, but spiritual-scientific knowledge is much
    • uniting the different peoples of the Earth and this also intensifies
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • different ways in the ancient Indian peoples and in other Eastern
    • into consciousness. A different element streams into the conscious
    • be different. The ideal of the European lies one stage higher; it is
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • characteristics of the different peoples of the Earth. Let him
    • different peoples spread over the Earth. It is in the East, then,
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
    • One can, of course, speak from many different
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    • earlier times men celebrated this festival in a different
    • humanity. Men looked out upon a different world, where there
    • were preserved as memories in different regions of the Earth,
    • bearing different names: Wotan, Thor, Baldur, in Middle
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    • earlier times men celebrated this festival in a different
    • humanity. Men looked out upon a different world, where there
    • were preserved as memories in different regions of the Earth,
    • bearing different names: Wotan, Thor, Baldur, in Middle
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • different can be seen in the physiognomy of these children. And if we
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • and is very different in modern man. The human beings of the past had
    • different view of the world from that of others. No; our whole
    • thinking and our whole feeling must become different, so that we
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • different can be seen in the physiognomy of these children. And if we
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • and is very different in modern man. The human beings of the past had
    • different view of the world from that of others. No; our whole
    • thinking and our whole feeling must become different, so that we
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    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • us at different stages. Then, if we have developed the capacity to
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    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • us at different stages. Then, if we have developed the capacity to
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    • that our experiences differ in each of the epochs during which we are
    • different from those undergone in later pre-Christian epochs and in
    • a firm resolve to do what is moral. There is a great difference
    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • use words differing from those used of Christ in the Gospel of St.
    • a different kind of development in the course of which a complete
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
    • thirty-first year he will manifest quite different qualities, because
    • and as evolution proceeds the more closely do the different religions
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    • that our experiences differ in each of the epochs during which we are
    • different from those undergone in later pre-Christian epochs and in
    • a firm resolve to do what is moral. There is a great difference
    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • use words differing from those used of Christ in the Gospel of St.
    • a different kind of development in the course of which a complete
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
    • thirty-first year he will manifest quite different qualities, because
    • and as evolution proceeds the more closely do the different religions
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    • compare it with others. We know these cultural epochs are different
    • Indian period people had different soul qualities than they did
    • different faculties in their next incarnation. Human faculties have
    • how different many of these human souls will be already in their next
    • of them. Individuals may differ as to this or that quality but a
    • there are still different peoples. The boundaries between the nations
    • gradually be stripped off. Just as the differences between
    • differences between human beings in ancient Atlantis. The concept of
    • Though remnants of ancient Atlantean differences, of ancient
    • divisions and differences between various groups of people. The old
    • of physical differences through the force of being a spiritual
    • different from what they are today. The word “idea”
    • as used by Plato signified something different from
    • difference between those who come to anthroposophy and really embrace
    • differences between human beings.
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    • in the Middle Ages was quite different from what it has become in
    • the Gospels was different in the past. Today it is the critical
    • Gospels thought quite differently than we do today. Modern readers
    • gets quite a different picture. He also shows it to everyone but now
    • four different representations of one event, each taken from
    • understand how these four different points of
    • form flow on in Christianity. Many different things had to come
    • generations. However, something different had to happen in this
    • was to become different for those who derived their mission from
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    • Mystery of Golgotha, from three different angles — in three
    • different ways, so to speak. We hope these lectures could establish
    • familiarize ourselves with the different way of expressing things
    • differs from one epoch of human development to another. In the
    • wonderful way of expressing things. It was very different from our
    • external expression. There are, however, twelve different ways to be
    • a “solar initiation,” yet different from the other
    • the sun were standing in Cancer. This differs from the initiation
    • This is how different specialized initiations were
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    • about this reality is the differences, the diversities among human
    • the physical realm all human beings are different from one another.
    • facts of earthly life, why human beings are different, why they look
    • so different.
    • view of spiritual science we see something very different. According
    • could not be different but rather would all have to be alike and have
    • the difference between male and female what I have just said is true.
    • This difference is not caused by the work of earthly forces; it is
    • why human beings are so different after all. We know we must consider
    • different because earthly forces are not the only ones that work on
    • body different. We can see the differences between etheric bodies
    • for this. These etheric bodies are not shimmering in different colors
    • seven different kinds of human etheric bodies, and in the etheric
    • However, the influence of the etheric body makes us different. The
    • astral body brings about further differences, such as those between
    • would have to be alike. However, because our etheric bodies differ in
    • science. Now this difference is connected with the racial diversities
    • on the earth. Basically, because of this difference in etheric
    • it came about that physically different races inhabited the
    • through various etheric formations that had different effects
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    • the dangers of the ever-widening chasm separating different
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    • I will put it in different places; but as I do so, I will unfold the
    • it now more upright, with a different form. Cultivate the habit of
    • crazy fellow you are, you are writing quite differently.’
    • they assumed a different character of writing. This change —
    • would take an entirely different course if the ethereal body were stronger.
    • do, quite differently on occasion, so that we are not always obliged
    • the indifferent use of the right and the left hand. But if a man is
    • confronted by two different people. One of them says: ‘Do
    • differently we must take hold of life than we generally do. It is not
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    • I will put it in different places; but as I do so, I will unfold the
    • it now more upright, with a different form. Cultivate the habit of
    • crazy fellow you are, you are writing quite differently.’
    • they assumed a different character of writing. This change —
    • would take an entirely different course if the ethereal body were stronger.
    • do, quite differently on occasion, so that we are not always obliged
    • the indifferent use of the right and the left hand. But if a man is
    • confronted by two different people. One of them says: ‘Do
    • differently we must take hold of life than we generally do. It is not
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    • to be something quite different.
    • differently once one is able to survey, in genuine self-knowledge,
    • differently. From the logical, mathematical standpoint one can
    • aware of this difference between perceiving the sense-world and
    • research, one can enter different fields of knowledge — the
    • knowledge was named quite differently then. In those ancient times
    • differentiated, modified, refined respiratory processes —
    • in a different way now. But in those times, when one sought religious
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • different epochs had to advance by means of exercises — in
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    • to be something quite different.
    • differently once one is able to survey, in genuine self-knowledge,
    • differently. From the logical, mathematical standpoint one can
    • aware of this difference between perceiving the sense-world and
    • research, one can enter different fields of knowledge — the
    • knowledge was named quite differently then. In those ancient times
    • differentiated, modified, refined respiratory processes —
    • in a different way now. But in those times, when one sought religious
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • different epochs had to advance by means of exercises — in
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    • appears to me imperfect, often indeed wrong, would be different. But
    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • cloud, will be a different experience from facing constellations. One
    • experiences a patch of sky differently when the moon is there and
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • try to bring out, with loving care, through the different surfaces,
    • for the sculptor; his knowledge of the human form is different from
    • skull, is a copy of the whole cosmos. (The skull is differently
    • — all that is different when the eyes are slit, oval or
    • formative forces; man also. But the plant's is very different from
    • indeed, somewhat different from artistic creation when we are confronting
    • artistic eye, what is the main thing. If one differentiates further
    • shall be able to form the human figure in many different ways.
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    • appears to me imperfect, often indeed wrong, would be different. But
    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • cloud, will be a different experience from facing constellations. One
    • experiences a patch of sky differently when the moon is there and
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • try to bring out, with loving care, through the different surfaces,
    • for the sculptor; his knowledge of the human form is different from
    • skull, is a copy of the whole cosmos. (The skull is differently
    • — all that is different when the eyes are slit, oval or
    • formative forces; man also. But the plant's is very different from
    • indeed, somewhat different from artistic creation when we are confronting
    • artistic eye, what is the main thing. If one differentiates further
    • shall be able to form the human figure in many different ways.
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • different from those of Western civilisation. In the ancient East,
    • entirely different elemental configuration, with the necessity of
    • different spiritual world; not only into his thoughts, but into his
    • otherwise man would consider himself to be something different from
    • about a living difference to-day between the East and the West. In
    • method touches the subtly graded differences of the people who sit
    • ideas about the blood, the lymph. Subtle shades of difference are to
    • these shades of difference naturally exist much more
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • different from those of Western civilisation. In the ancient East,
    • entirely different elemental configuration, with the necessity of
    • different spiritual world; not only into his thoughts, but into his
    • otherwise man would consider himself to be something different from
    • about a living difference to-day between the East and the West. In
    • method touches the subtly graded differences of the people who sit
    • ideas about the blood, the lymph. Subtle shades of difference are to
    • these shades of difference naturally exist much more
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    • as though we had within us a mirror; but one that works differently from
    • occupying themselves intently with the question of the difference
    • between the Father God and God the Son. These fine differences that
    • different. Take the Russian philosopher of whom I have frequently
    • difference between Father and Son. Soloviev is inwardly justified in
    • world, in ways that were different in their effect from our teaching
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • as though we had within us a mirror; but one that works differently from
    • occupying themselves intently with the question of the difference
    • between the Father God and God the Son. These fine differences that
    • different. Take the Russian philosopher of whom I have frequently
    • difference between Father and Son. Soloviev is inwardly justified in
    • world, in ways that were different in their effect from our teaching
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • enter, a Being whose path of development has been different from
    • hierarchy. He enters the stream of evolution by a different path.
    • was by an altogether different mentality, who could speak the
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    • enter, a Being whose path of development has been different from
    • hierarchy. He enters the stream of evolution by a different path.
    • was by an altogether different mentality, who could speak the
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    • wolf's case. We discover the difference between lamb and wolf because
    • there should be no difference between lamb and wolf as far as the
    • look upon them as two different human aspects. In the present day we
    • an answer by placing the question somewhat differently. For instance,
    • — this would make no great difference.
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    • wolf's case. We discover the difference between lamb and wolf because
    • there should be no difference between lamb and wolf as far as the
    • look upon them as two different human aspects. In the present day we
    • an answer by placing the question somewhat differently. For instance,
    • — this would make no great difference.
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    • it is essentially, but in an entirely different form, an echo, a
    • Although there it appeared in a different form, the fourth
    • divine forces seek many different ways of entering human souls. Of
    • only with different forces than those of the souls still living in
    • accustomed to see cause and effect differently than is ordinarily the
    • — this is something quite different — but the etheric
    • the inhabitants of Eastern Europe is fundamentally different from
    • Orient. It is fundamentally different. All that spiritual science
    • different political parties at the war-assembly of the Russian Duma
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    • it is essentially, but in an entirely different form, an echo, a
    • Although there it appeared in a different form, the fourth
    • divine forces seek many different ways of entering human souls. Of
    • only with different forces than those of the souls still living in
    • accustomed to see cause and effect differently than is ordinarily the
    • — this is something quite different — but the etheric
    • the inhabitants of Eastern Europe is fundamentally different from
    • Orient. It is fundamentally different. All that spiritual science
    • different political parties at the war-assembly of the Russian Duma
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    • different from that of a later time. The origin of Christianity
    • culture is essentially different from our modern Christian culture.
    • social science; he must tread a different path than that of natural
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    • different from that of a later time. The origin of Christianity
    • culture is essentially different from our modern Christian culture.
    • social science; he must tread a different path than that of natural
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    • But we must put the question to ourselves in a different way,
    • point of view of actuality, questions must be differently put
    • needed for its rise are distributed among the different
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    • But we must put the question to ourselves in a different way,
    • point of view of actuality, questions must be differently put
    • needed for its rise are distributed among the different
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    • humanity. Great as is the difference between ‘spiritual
    • — equally great will be the difference between the
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    • — equally great will be the difference between the
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    • — I might perhaps say differentiated, for the moonlight
    • becomes different according to whether it comes from a
    • therefore differentiated in accordance with the sign of the
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • temporal conditions different from those prevailing in the
    • develop a different one — certainly an enviable lot for
    • who is formed, configured, differentiated, under the
    • the Cosmos is differentiated. Were the kindly Moon not there
    • as an undifferentiated sphere. On the other hand, because the
    • the Earth and its surroundings. The difference between winter
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • cope with the differential calculus. — Everyone can
    • learn in principle to apply the differential calculus
    • clairvoyance to use the differential calculus, we have no
    • conception of the world, another takes a different view : how
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    • — I might perhaps say differentiated, for the moonlight
    • becomes different according to whether it comes from a
    • therefore differentiated in accordance with the sign of the
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • temporal conditions different from those prevailing in the
    • develop a different one — certainly an enviable lot for
    • who is formed, configured, differentiated, under the
    • the Cosmos is differentiated. Were the kindly Moon not there
    • as an undifferentiated sphere. On the other hand, because the
    • the Earth and its surroundings. The difference between winter
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • cope with the differential calculus. — Everyone can
    • learn in principle to apply the differential calculus
    • clairvoyance to use the differential calculus, we have no
    • conception of the world, another takes a different view : how
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    • are, of course, different from those of earlier times, and in
    • in different regions. I myself had an elderly friend who
    • different from the simple methods employed in the Middle Ages
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
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    • are, of course, different from those of earlier times, and in
    • in different regions. I myself had an elderly friend who
    • different from the simple methods employed in the Middle Ages
    • the deepest forces of the human soul, forces quite different
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    • the whole constitution of man's soul has passed through different
    • of man's consciousness in those early times was very different indeed
    • different kind of consciousness. In the chaotic medley of the dream
    • primal wisdom which was altogether different in its nature from the
    • arose a sense of loss, and a certain indifference to their material
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
    • world is very different from that of the Buddhist. The Christian
    • of the human soul was altogether different. Something happened then
    • a different being to-day. The Fall was due to man's own sin, even
    • his soul are different from what they were designed to be. The
    • thought are very different. The Buddhist asks why this world is
    • actions committed in a different consciousness. Equally, he should
    • the difference between the Eastern and the Western conceptions of the
    • nineteenth century the different branches of culture yielded such
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    • the whole constitution of man's soul has passed through different
    • of man's consciousness in those early times was very different indeed
    • different kind of consciousness. In the chaotic medley of the dream
    • primal wisdom which was altogether different in its nature from the
    • arose a sense of loss, and a certain indifference to their material
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
    • world is very different from that of the Buddhist. The Christian
    • of the human soul was altogether different. Something happened then
    • a different being to-day. The Fall was due to man's own sin, even
    • his soul are different from what they were designed to be. The
    • thought are very different. The Buddhist asks why this world is
    • actions committed in a different consciousness. Equally, he should
    • the difference between the Eastern and the Western conceptions of the
    • nineteenth century the different branches of culture yielded such
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    • the purely intellectualistic nature of the different conceptions is
    • bacilli and bacteria cause the different diseases. We need not
    • true value on matter because, in the different concrete processes, it
    • within him, and then working in the different branches of science
    • difference between the way in which Spiritual Science is able to
    • different will be the relations of one human being to another in
    • reconstruction must proceed in their different branches from real
    • different spheres of life. And hygiene, the care of health, is a very
    • observing the different organs, or the various processes which are
    • that is expressed in the different temperaments, for instance, and
    • different. A true understanding of his fellow-creatures will arise in
    • man and he will treat them quite differently. He will make allowances
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • make the best use of the different temperaments in human society and
    • content of Spiritual Science differs essentially from these
    • intellectualistic way, but quite differently. It is for this reason
    • altogether different from what is often imagined.
    • have the essential difference between the content of Spiritual
    • brief indication. The great difference between the human organisation
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    • the purely intellectualistic nature of the different conceptions is
    • bacilli and bacteria cause the different diseases. We need not
    • true value on matter because, in the different concrete processes, it
    • within him, and then working in the different branches of science
    • difference between the way in which Spiritual Science is able to
    • different will be the relations of one human being to another in
    • reconstruction must proceed in their different branches from real
    • different spheres of life. And hygiene, the care of health, is a very
    • observing the different organs, or the various processes which are
    • that is expressed in the different temperaments, for instance, and
    • different. A true understanding of his fellow-creatures will arise in
    • man and he will treat them quite differently. He will make allowances
    • one possesses certain qualities and the other quite different
    • make the best use of the different temperaments in human society and
    • content of Spiritual Science differs essentially from these
    • intellectualistic way, but quite differently. It is for this reason
    • altogether different from what is often imagined.
    • have the essential difference between the content of Spiritual
    • brief indication. The great difference between the human organisation
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    • differentiated according as one feels oneself drawn more towards one
    • different language — one which does not go from within
    • differentiated into song and speech, but these two were one. What is
    • something quite different. The consonants, as such, we lose. But in
    • differing in inner quality. For it is another thing, whether a Being
    • different inner soul.
    • itself is spiritual. Just as the man is different from the earthly
    • soil on which he stands, so, is the sound different from the air upon
    • experiences all the more strongly, only with this difference. He no
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • planet passes on from Aries to Taurus, a different world of sound
    • causes a different world of sounds to ring forth once more. Thus you
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    • differentiated according as one feels oneself drawn more towards one
    • different language — one which does not go from within
    • differentiated into song and speech, but these two were one. What is
    • something quite different. The consonants, as such, we lose. But in
    • differing in inner quality. For it is another thing, whether a Being
    • different inner soul.
    • itself is spiritual. Just as the man is different from the earthly
    • soil on which he stands, so, is the sound different from the air upon
    • experiences all the more strongly, only with this difference. He no
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • planet passes on from Aries to Taurus, a different world of sound
    • causes a different world of sounds to ring forth once more. Thus you
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    • his destiny. And always this riddle has assumed a different form
    • because the human race has passed through different conditions of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Again there is a difference in our own
    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
    • was very different in the first epoch of human evolution and
    • different again in the second, when in the depths of their souls men
    • can be deeply experienced in the inner being, there is a difference
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    • his destiny. And always this riddle has assumed a different form
    • because the human race has passed through different conditions of
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Again there is a difference in our own
    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • consequence, his consciousness of death was quite different from that
    • was very different in the first epoch of human evolution and
    • different again in the second, when in the depths of their souls men
    • can be deeply experienced in the inner being, there is a difference
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    • different aspect to the imaginative vision than that of the other
    • you will see that it is a different matter whether I lull myself in
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    • different aspect to the imaginative vision than that of the other
    • you will see that it is a different matter whether I lull myself in
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    • form, and to another as a different angel. Thus he appeared to human
    • ancient Gnostics indicated thirty different stages, and named them
    • hear that so many differentiations must be looked for in the human being.
    • Yet it is just these differentiations that remind
    • differentiate in the human being our physical body, ether body,
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • sought simultaneously along two different and widely separated paths.
    • different than believing that the holy garment of Treves had some
    • case, human beings would have lived in a different way in their ether
    • present in the atmosphere of the earth. And they are different from
    • fact, this difference does exist. Imagine that the luciferic
    • the body; we are still unhampered by all differences, even by the
    • difference of the sexes. We do not live during early infancy within
    • differences created by social position and race; we are not yet
    • involved in national differences. We are human beings, pure and
    • just because they belong to different nationalities, is something
    • transcends all national and social differences. They live in an
    • remained unaffected by the differences that exist among humankind.
    • not yet as one who has entered the element that brings differences
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    • form, and to another as a different angel. Thus he appeared to human
    • ancient Gnostics indicated thirty different stages, and named them
    • hear that so many differentiations must be looked for in the human being.
    • Yet it is just these differentiations that remind
    • differentiate in the human being our physical body, ether body,
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • sought simultaneously along two different and widely separated paths.
    • different than believing that the holy garment of Treves had some
    • case, human beings would have lived in a different way in their ether
    • present in the atmosphere of the earth. And they are different from
    • fact, this difference does exist. Imagine that the luciferic
    • the body; we are still unhampered by all differences, even by the
    • difference of the sexes. We do not live during early infancy within
    • differences created by social position and race; we are not yet
    • involved in national differences. We are human beings, pure and
    • just because they belong to different nationalities, is something
    • transcends all national and social differences. They live in an
    • remained unaffected by the differences that exist among humankind.
    • not yet as one who has entered the element that brings differences
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    • consciousness is concerned. But it is very different when we
    • of time. We must now begin again from an altogether different angle
    • arrive at the same idea in a somewhat different way. Suppose you were
    • will already give you a different spatial relationship of the
    • Feeling is so very different from our ordinary, everyday experience.
    • make these inner differentiations of space, we do not arrive at
    • quality that Judas, let us say, is not indifferent to him. He
    • all the other figures. He senses them differently according as the
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    • consciousness is concerned. But it is very different when we
    • of time. We must now begin again from an altogether different angle
    • arrive at the same idea in a somewhat different way. Suppose you were
    • will already give you a different spatial relationship of the
    • Feeling is so very different from our ordinary, everyday experience.
    • make these inner differentiations of space, we do not arrive at
    • quality that Judas, let us say, is not indifferent to him. He
    • all the other figures. He senses them differently according as the
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    • present a different appearance from that of the ground on which we
    • different in character from the one below. Thus in its successive
    • differs. It stands to reason that the upper strata must be the
    • have underdone changes under the then prevailing, different
    • years according to the results obtained by different investigators.
    • difference in the earth's appearance as compared with what it
    • that our earth appears more and more as an utterly different
    • planetary body, becomes something totally different; as we go further
    • ground, life of a different order could function – that life
    • arrived at results which differed from those that had been current
    • only the differences in the kinds of rock or deep mining betray the
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    • present a different appearance from that of the ground on which we
    • different in character from the one below. Thus in its successive
    • differs. It stands to reason that the upper strata must be the
    • have underdone changes under the then prevailing, different
    • years according to the results obtained by different investigators.
    • difference in the earth's appearance as compared with what it
    • that our earth appears more and more as an utterly different
    • planetary body, becomes something totally different; as we go further
    • ground, life of a different order could function – that life
    • arrived at results which differed from those that had been current
    • only the differences in the kinds of rock or deep mining betray the
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    • existence, may nevertheless be traced back to a different
    • a completely different origin from our life of will.
    • the case of human beings who die prematurely things are somewhat different.
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    • existence, may nevertheless be traced back to a different
    • a completely different origin from our life of will.
    • the case of human beings who die prematurely things are somewhat different.
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    • translations of these lectures have appeared under different book
    • the general public, through as many different editions, sources and
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    • passes out into the different departments of life.
    • sense, and how completely different it is to enter such a room when
    • Initiates who even in Orientalism do not speak differently from
    • understanding of these facts belongs to a different level. Then there
    • exist. For what is the cause of differences of opinion? Is it the
    • consideration of a subject from different standpoints or perhaps from
    • different heights? If that be the case the opponent would be unable
    • that these are two different ideas; we must emphasise, even on the
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    • simply an indifferent and undifferentiated sea, but we meet herewith
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    • now besides this, something altogether different seems to appear in
    • after all a certain difference between the conditions which would
    • difference in any way conveyed? Yes, it is. It is conveyed in the
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    • ancient Moon, we must bear in mind a different kind of development of
    • mood is different in degree. We only really become acquainted with
    • different concepts and ideas on the subject. But if his earlier
    • of home-sickness you will find it differs fundamentally in
    • Prince of Homburg strikes us in a very different way now. I
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    • indifference, we may very well put the question:--Is there in the
    • them from many different sides. That which remains in them as the
    • satisfactions; the result of these different experiences being to set
    • different fashion from its state within the lower Beings. The actual
    • became necessary, therefore, for different conditions of existence to
    • were not rejected, the essence of that planet would find different
    • different position from the plants. But the earth may in this respect
    • anthroposophists, understand that we must take a very different
    • was a different matter. The reality was that it was the custom in
    • ‘reality’ may be based on very different foundations. The
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • the different organ systems. Contemplation of the head from this
    • periods in which the process has a different significance. Antimony
    • concerning the influence of precious stones on different
    • Different relations in the physical and the mental illnesses.
    • the members of the whole being and with the different Ethers. Thought
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • purely human. Also, the pedagogues are in quite a different
    • it is actually an entirely different matter. You feel in
    • experience of this warmth differentiation in the individual
    • the physical structuring and differentiating, and how this
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • doubt that differentiated warmth is present in the space
    • you will find evidence of differentiation in the warmth
    • organism; the degrees of warmth are everywhere different. As
    • different temperatures. The liver temperature is quite
    • different, for the liver has a very special kind of warmth
    • moment you pass on to the differentiation of the warmth and
    • nature around man on the earth, we must cultivate a different
    • essential to know that the different organs must each have
    • different quantities of formic acid. When we discover that
    • the whole thing is different. If you see an object magnified,
    • there is quite a different population in the hive; even the
    • years. The person who comes back is really quite different
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • something quite different from all that is to be found in the
    • something completely different. The activity of the ego
    • different directions and the ego organization is simply the
    • ourselves: Conditions differ according to which organ in the
    • quite differently from other organs. The astral body can
    • degree of sensibility for the value of the different
    • a sense organ of a different kind. The perceptive faculty of
    • there, a knife. But to find the difference between a table
    • different methods from those of chemistry which merely
    • different mode of observation must become current.
    • root constitutes a fundamental difference. It is much more
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • the different forces whose origin is looked for in the
    • body. The several systems of organs in the human being differ
    • head. But it makes a difference if these forces are
    • essentially differ in the shaft of a long bone and its neck
    • for minute research will reveal a difference, but something
    • decided difference between these up-building forces and
    • terribly tired. In this respect there is an inner difference
    • in the cosmos is quite different from what is usually
    • warmth ether. Now, the human being — in a different
    • be sharply differentiated from the following periods. The
    • have quite a different significance than they have in the
    • carbon, but yet so different from each other. Why are they
    • different? If people were capable of not limiting their
    • times, they would begin to understand what the difference is
    • age, coal, in whatever form it appears, has a different task
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • born in such a district. The physical body is different in a
    • important is to unfold a quite different perception of nature
    • soul every day, and that is a very different matter —
    • very different, indeed.
    • fundamentally religious has quite different experiences from
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • different form from that in which they exist around the roots
    • of the organism with differentiated warmth — and then
    • minerals, (though here things are rather different) and also
    • you indifferent.
    • Behind the fire there is something quite different. Behind
    • find that your soul learns to experience quite differently,
    • to have quite a different attitude to the environment in
    • whole way of medical study must become different. And now see
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • Even this will make you realize that quite a different form
    • uniform, only differentiated through inner mechanical
    • does it differ from what is stated in the ordinary way. In
    • differentiated. The human being actually experiences himself
    • differentiations of the warmth in the forms of the organs
    • streamings of warmth. The warmth ether is differentiated
    • warmth remains warmth when it is differentiating itself
    • different remedies. In its real essence, medicine is the most
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • difference is, as a matter of fact, quite inexact. It is
    • how different, how individual is the hair of each person.
    • of a different character. This reveals a deep-seated
    • difference between the two people in their whole
    • life there is a difference, for one person writes with his
    • in a different sense it works much more strongly, and in
    • Pisces. Now there is a colossal difference between these
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • different concepts are necessary when we cross the threshold,
    • so very different from those which are suitable in the
    • differently. And that is why I want to give you now words
    • everything is different. The etheric body is related to what
    • things become different. Maybe they will become more
    • person must have quite a different attitude. A young person
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • difference between Eastern and Western esotericism. The whole
    • years into quite a different form. He would call forth quite
    • a different form. He does not come at birth with the tendency
    • form quite a different organization. We want to build a
    • is earlier; it is not a one-sided continuation but different
    • and so on. You can put the word together in a different way
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • meditations it is rather different than when someone comes
    • you must do a different one in order to strengthen the
    • nature of man is necessary in many different fields of human
    • different kind of knowledge from the educator — a
    • rather different kind only. It is necessary for educators to
    • knowledge are concerned there is no essential difference
    • I meant something rather different, namely, that one may know
    • ought to be speaking of something quite different. You should
    • physician I was looking for something different in scientific
    • the organs present quite a different aspect. When you pass
    • brings you to truths quite different from those which are
    • human being and quite a different course of teaching would
    • different from the things that go on today and do not lead to
    • speak about it. It is decidedly a different point of
    • gets to the point where people say: “It is a different
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • essentially different from the physical body. The physical
    • different constellations in space. The moon is always passing
    • different set of forces and besides this, the moon which was
    • the constellation of Libra works differently from when it is
    • interior of the earth, it is a different matter altogether.
    • times, when conditions were different, the lead forces came
    • different from that of sun and moon.
    • had been different, speculation would have taken place and
    • times the spiritual evolution of humanity was different from
    • be an entirely different person from one who, let us say,
    • difference consist?
    • exact knowledge of the human being. Now there is a difference
    • experiencing — it is in truth very different from what
    • would at one bound take on a very different form. We are
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • a matter of indifference. Such a thing can be taken
    • seriously, or not seriously. It makes a tremendous difference
    • differentiations in the world are allowed to disappear;
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • different from each other. The physical-etheric structure is
    • differentiated into the single organs, as an organism that
    • the structure of spirit and soul are fundamentally different
    • times quite a different idea prevailed of man's nature.
    • different condition may set in. It may happen that when a
    • the difference in the two forms of irregularities which may
    • appear. Even to observation they differ quite essentially.
    • The differences between embryo and child are very
    • childhood with the prime of life, the differences will not be
    • different foundations. When somebody is given meditations
    • than: thus it is and thus it shall be done. The difference in
    • different human being in feeling and in mind, and acquainted
    • then, nature had a different appearance. When a young human
    • different then — things have always to be prepared
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • only be modified and differentiated in accordance with the
    • head which is differentiated by the cosmos remains, except
    • the idea of empty space is pure nonsense. Space has different
    • long time. But it doesn't make any difference whether one
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • of as so much uniform fluid, but differentiated and organized
    • regard to its organization and its differentiations, is an
    • is the warmth organism with all its inner differentiation. It
    • Regarded in a different way
    • the warmth in the different parts of the human organism that
    • inwardly differentiated and is related in manifold ways to
    • that the different solid substances have, for example,
    • different weights; this alone shows that the solids within
    • the human organism are differentiated, have different
    • different when we come to the second, the fluid organism that
    • is but a slight degree of difference between the airy
    • of will? From a different point of view we have spoken of how
    • that by taking these different organisms into account we come
    • own inner differentiation and configuration; in this fluid
    • organism, also while we are asleep. It is different in the
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • studied consciousness at its different levels. As I said
    • qualities, differs completely from the physical which alone
    • the different organisms as the result of enthusiasm for moral
    • of theoretical ideas everything is different, no matter how
    • difference.
    • prevailing picture of the universe was very different. All
    • different from that of today, for it was based, not upon
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    • medicine. As such it is completely different in content
    • entirely different form—these three elements to which
    • different direction, rising up from parts of her organism
    • the cosmos is concerned, an egotistical action is different
    • hydrogen, at another, oxygen; they are merely differently
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    • today. His intercourse with other people and the different
    • beings of different ages, the old with the young and the
    • Thus the different stages of growth, stages in the outer
    • great difference whether ideals are or are not embodied in
    • differences among men all over the Earth as expressed in
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    • around man as it were, is different in each case, but it is
    • quite different happens as well. In the super-elemental
    • descended from different ancestors. Now please do not
    • really have had quite different parents.’ — If
    • ought really to have been born of quite different parents, in
    • a different age, also in a different environment. And this
    • possible for him to find a living relationship to a different
    • parentage, a different ancestry, from any that would have
    • was, as it were, seeking different ancestors — Greek
    • became different from other men of the materialistic age. It
    • Goethe, you can easily realize the difference between him and
    • physical men on Earth, there is something different from
    • a different substance? What effect has this behind the actual
    • return from sleep differently from the way he does as a sick
    • knowledge entirely different from anything that is available
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    • different from that of the physical and etheric world.
    • formed quite differently. Their bodily substance was much
    • related differently to the world and the Atlanteans
    • experienced the world quite differently. Let me give you just
    • their experience of tone-structures was quite different; the
    • soul had a quite different relationship with the
    • differentiation between major and minor, so that we have the
    • different must come to mankind today. By developing the
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    • become dependent in his thoughts upon quite different
    • side, send impulses into men. And again we see a different
    • resulted from civilization if the different peoples had not
    • struggles of his soul to you from many different sides. When,
    • different form, we see this interaction between the backward
    • pronounced in the different epochs. In the West we find a
    • case that in different epochs of world-history, the turmoil
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    • different nations. The Fourteen Points were directly inspired
    • of all these things on very different levels. Exactly what I
    • knowledge is obtained by the different nations in accordance
    • How do the different nations set to work? The Englishman
    • gathered from reading different books, perhaps even books
    • different! That is fundamentally the core of the manifest
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    • thoughts. As a result his world of thoughts was different
    • around him differently. And from this very platform you have
    • plant, however, it is different. In a poisonous plant the
    • is something different. The plant-structure rises up within
    • away there is a different being. And gradually it dawns on
    • connection with what, in a quite different part of the human
    • to the human and animal body is different from that of a
    • understood such matters as the essential difference between
    • that animals still understand this difference, for they have
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    • man, in the general sense, is different in each of them. If
    • indifference to arithmetic shown by grown men. But it is a
    • very different matter to give precedence to external modes of
    • calculation itself. The calculation was different for one who
    • Earth are different; there the summer warmth is maintained
    • forces signifies something quite different, namely, that the
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. He shows how all the different streams in history
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. He shows how all the different streams in history
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. He shows how all the different streams in history
    • difference between the animal and human organisms.
    • philosophy. The difference between faith and knowledge.
    • different purposes of the four Gospels. Christ brings a
    • Difference between human evolution before the Mystery
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    • can grasp the difference between concepts rooted in reality
    • gave a totally different interpretation of the Old Testament
    • Originally the human race had been differently constituted.
    • wish to show the radical difference between the language of
    • century. Things are done differently today. I must repeat
    • to designate widely different sects which flourished in the
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    • different from the animal organism. (I have already mentioned
    • many of these differences, but today I will confine myself to
    • the difference which bears upon the Mystery of Golgotha.)
    • the case with man, for his organism is differently
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    • differentiate today, even theoretically, many mystics believe
    • What is the difference between the baptism of
    • the kingdom of the world and characterized this difference in
    • essential difference between the Luke Gospel and the other
    • different reproductive process will exist by that time. I
    • indications transmitted by external history of differences in
    • however, differed from the spoken word of ordinary speech; it
    • written word has a different effect from that of the spoken
    • them verbatim. For the power of memory was totally different
    • followed a different course, because in the East the soul was
    • differently constituted. Hence people have no idea of the
    • Christians today act in any way differently from the high
    • indifferent to them. As you know, there are atheists, those
    • misfortune of the human soul. Note the difference. To deny
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    • classifying was unnecessary and that a totally different
    • Fertilization should take a different form. The only course
    • of the cold-blooded animals too were intended to be different
    • post-Atlantean epoch things will be totally different and
    • there will be a different attitude amongst a certain section
    • realms totally different conditions would have prevailed. And
    • been differentiated into separate languages
    • This differentiation was due to the fact
    • body, then something totally different would be associated
    • there will exist, an order different from the present natural
    • the law. It is something that is totally different from the
    • world in a different way.
    • to the world under totally different conditions, nor is it
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    • a completely different purpose. Goethe had an inkling of this
    • plant kingdom today exists in a different sphere from the one
    • at a different point of view only if we are to some extent in
    • (and in this respect he differs from Caligula) through his
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    • spiritual powers pertaining to the different Hierarchies.
    • radically different in thought and feeling from the Romans
    • looked upon the Christians as people with a different
    • make-up, people with different feelings and responses. Now
    • therefore that something wholly different from anything that
    • Evangelists later, his style was rather different from
    • different customs which had an occult meaning had survived
    • Christians reacted differently from the Romans to this
    • in mind these different attitudes or opinions. Many of them
    • consider these different shades of opinion which I have tried
    • bearing upon the different currents which have influenced the
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    • saw the vanishing world of antiquity in a totally different
    • had arisen in a totally different way from the knowledge
    • “Son of Man” will of necessity assume different
    • man; the one involves the other. In this respect men differ
    • lectures I attempted to show the difference between logical
    • envisage Earth evolution differently from the natural
    • of the evolution of man in terms of a totally different time
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    • radical difference which is equally radically concealed
    • but a profound science, different in character from that of
    • totally different in character from what we understand by
    • represented a totally different aspect. Whilst the Mithras
    • different from those of the Mithras Mysteries. In the latter
    • attainment of self-knowledge along two different paths:
    • vitality peculiar to them alone, that an entirely different
    • today I am a different person from the person who spoke of
    • They speak a different language; the language in which they
    • communicate their ideas is different from that of normal
    • which is different today from what it was in
    • which is completely different from the mystical experiences
    • different form. It is important that we should grasp
    • called a Gnostic — they had a totally different
    • historical events in a new and different light.
    • different in the future, for this instinct will no longer
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    • evolution that preceded Christianity. But how different this
    • different would be the picture of Antiquity if these seven
    • who was unresponsive or indifferent to contemporary events
    • Golgotha are totally different from those of today. It would
    • confronted by a totally different kind of humanity which was
    • to be totally different from that of ancient times when the
    • meaning, but Christianity gave them a different
    • different patterns. The swastika which was originally the
    • with a wholly different intent than Nietzsche's and
    • different omens; this destiny announces its presence
    • personality is something wholly different from the cells in
    • looking therefore for a different path which already exists,
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    • may play a decisive part in the different spheres of life. It
    • different when seen symbolically from the spiritual angle. It
    • symbols is different from our response to abstract ideas. The
    • courses are radically different from each other. I have
    • already described in what respects they differed from each
    • other. In order fully to understand this difference let us
    • of the present time is different from the gnosis known to
    • in the physical life is something totally different in the
    • regard to different kinds of spirits; the state of souls
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    • who hold different views. Relationship between teacher and
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    • people from different countries, including the combatant
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    • on the character of the Russian people and the difference
    • take shape is something completely different from what is
    • the next decades to demonstrate the difference between maya
    • it for real, for something quite different wants to make its
    • terminology is different in their world. Egotism or not, the
    • or five hundred years old and something entirely different
    • something totally different, depending on the source from
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    • understood, of course, that this was different in the past,
    • distinct in man and relate to quite different regions of the
    • these different aspects of human nature belong to entirely
    • different regions and spheres of the universe. Our physical
    • with the astral body and the ego we enter a totally different
    • entirely different cosmic age. The apparatus or instrument of
    • differently during the night than it does during the day; I
    • different aspects of their body, though these can be quite
    • plane. We have to look at this from many different points of
    • totally different sphere.
    • positions. People are usually completely different inside
    • Indian times. Conditions were very different then; humanity
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    • differ but often are the direct opposite of the truths that
    • which differed from generally accepted views had to be said
    • difference between those truths and common opinion was
    • today and less able to accept views which differ from their
    • before that the new and different views presented to them are
    • themselves as belonging to the many different socialist
    • unconscious impulses, lives something different — the
    • different from wanting to get a railway truck going by
    • general opinions of today. Different conditions have to be
    • another form and a different, inner certainty is needed. This
    • different from what they are. Of course I am not saying that
    • contradictions but for quite a different reason.
    • of, will need quite a different kind of courage — inner
    • and it will be different from what you have been used to so
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    • humanity has to be treated differently, as it were, by the
    • everything is different from the way it is here. You get to
    • also in human evolution. There are many different kinds of
    • how swiftly this has gone, that new and different fabulous
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    • to the environment, the outside world, in a very different
    • is no appreciable difference. Oh, but there is an appreciable
    • difference. It is actually true to say that today, at the
    • senses, in quite a different way from the ancient Greeks, for
    • The nature of the human constitution was totally different in
    • therefore different.
    • properties of minerals, rocks and the different formations to
    • know to have come from quite different impulses than the art
    • differs a great deal from the usual idea. We have to admit
    • environment in a different way. The space around us no longer
    • stages. Human beings therefore have to find a different way
    • different classes to see how large the skulls of the rich
    • differences between men and women were much greater at the
    • and then a different variety could be produced — just
    • this cross-breeding, where related and different elements
    • belongs to a totally different world today. There you have
    • different orders and realms than those which come to
    • different people shown to be what they are in the light of
    • regard to the individual nature of others. Individuals differ
    • down inside, and outwardly one will get a totally different
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    • thought as such, the matter is really quite different. And we
    • is, however, a difference between the thoughts flitting
    • difference on a number of occasions. In my book due to be
    • you will find further references to this difference.
    • difference between a human corpse which has been left behind
    • difference.
    • morning. You can get up in two different ways. Ordinarily,
    • you are not aware of the difference between them because you
    • abstract, and the difference is enormous. If you get up
    • would look quite different if they still had the shape they
    • altogether different from what it was before. When a human
    • the human soul was therefore entirely different in the past.
    • the form will be different, but this appeal to the spirit
    • beings related differently to the world around them than they
    • understand that they will find it completely different, so
    • are different in the world of the spirit, down to the last
    • sense. He means something quite different, something he keeps
    • children are something quite different from what comes to
    • are very different inside today from what they appear to be.
    • on entirely different principles. To be able to see into
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    • clairvoyance has become something different today, it is
    • based on different things. Certain things can no longer be as
    • of education people will have to realize that quite different
    • child — were born. The difference is merely that we
    • authority. Both parts of the statement have quite a different
    • very different from the vertebrae which make up the spine.
    • to demonstrate the difference between dealing with reality
    • know human nature and the different ways in which it comes to
    • be different.
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    • is different, however, when it comes to social and political
    • therefore need different forms from those one generally sees
    • organism, and the different States — not the people
    • — to different kinds of cells, the analogy is true and
    • cells which make up the different systems in the organism.
    • whereas reality comes to quite different conclusions; it lets
    • events take quite a different course from anything human
    • enormous difference in this respect between the West and the
    • East. Last year I discussed the profound difference between
    • West and East with you from all kinds of different points of view,
    • may also be true, though from a different point of view.
    • own ideal system — calling it by different names, such
    • different one. They never dreamt of saying: ‘What we
    • come to understand; if they do not, quite different, even
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    • in the 1840s, but it is about different things —
    • is also spiritual; it is merely a different form of
    • but always on different issues. In the distant past, the
    • in the different strata. Empirical data are established for
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    • else! This is totally different from the way it was in
    • different animals. The ahrimanic Spirit was, of course,
    • principle comes to expression in different ways in individual
    • What they are doing is no different from asking the stove to
    • different laws (mauve circle). This is present inside
    • into another person; you come to feel differently, to have
    • different will impulses, and to relate to the world in a
    • different way.
    • and this in a very different way from what is considered to
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    • continue to be, to show from all kinds of different aspects
    • different spheres of life. Speaking of processes deep down in
    • different will have to be done: we must fill our souls,
    • Moon currents. They take quite a different course, and they
    • constructed in a different way, so that the Sun currents pass
    • It is different
    • and so on, but it is also what makes people different from
    • the backbone. The difference between animals and humans is
    • infinitely helpful to consider the difference between Romance
    • from a different point of view than that of everyday journalism
    • relationship between different forms of culture, such as
    • different forms of art, for instance, and political forms, is
    • Reformation is discussed from different points of view in
    • for the same ideas have to be used for quite different
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    • use the different insights we have gained and determine the
    • made for different regions of the earth. What really counted
    • you, we see something entirely different emerge — I
    • this was not from conviction, but had quite different
    • it is true nevertheless. The arms are a different length from
    • considerable difference in physical form between Americans
    • or nations, but relationships of a different kind.
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    • human bodies and souls would have been utterly different from
    • Different souls would have been in different bodies, and the
    • all kinds of different spheres in life. Speculations on the
    • difference to their reality whether they are recognized or
    • as something different from what they actually mean to
    • they have a real idea of the radical difference in the way
    • different from what it means today. Goethe's viewpoint
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    • different currents which interact to produce the whole. You
    • reality. You have all of you, though to a different degree,
    • on into the twentieth century this is different. Modern
    • different, born out of theories produced by Lassalle,
    • the word ‘history’ has quite a different origin. In
    • express their will in the different democratic institutions,
    • have to know all the different threads which tie them to
    • run from the actions of such an individual to the different
    • but they will be so different from the ‘voting
    • off, and something quite different will come into human
    • thoroughly different from those which are done outside. And
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    • life of the heart is something quite different from the conceptual
    • our soul life we can clearly differentiate: our thought life, our
    • soul life, we can differentiate among these three single
    • life of emotions in us has a different relationship to our
    • situation is different; they are most intimately united with us. If
    • components are different from one another, and we shall understand,
    • different way; for the realm of good will impulses gives us a
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    • the differentiation of the soul life of the human being into three
    • different from the connection of our thoughts. According as the
    • enables him to decide. And this is a far truer differentiation when
    • there were eleven different prescriptions. She then began to
    • vanity, — all these things that seem to tend in a very different
    • a revolution in his incarnations quite differently. The Bodhisattva
    • different person from what he has been up to that time, even though
    • wisdom of Christ in a manner entirely different from that which is
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    • different spheres and then trading on the term science, which
    • bridled — a quite different solution from that proposed
    • become aware of many different factors at once and combine
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    • quite different assumptions, one discovers during spiritual
    • in different branches of cultural and public life. I have
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    • ago man's soul was fundamentally different from what, in
    • his mental life became different. In other words, he was
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    • different characteristic aspects. However, in order to
    • Atlantean catastrophe. I have pointed out how very different,
    • interrelationships differed from place to place. In Greece
    • they were different from those in India and different again
    • elements in that part. These differences were experienced
    • became different from that of those who settled in
    • receive from a different direction the impulse which through
    • bring national differences into these things is really as
    • found in either Tauler or Eckart. It is a different matter
    • when we come to Jacob Boehme, but the difference is not
    • undifferentiated God. Drews says, “German religion must
    • a conclusion. To present a different result would be a
    • the difference.
    • people is utterly different. People nowadays are not inclined
    • something will emerge which is different from what has
    • is in a style of a different order, and contains something
    • history conveys, a feeling for the difference between
    • different directions; they may vigorously fight and despise
    • recognize that things were different in the past and will be
    • different again in the future is to understand evolution
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    • person's left side are different from those on his right
    • are asymmetric; i.e., show different colors on the two sides
    • Different emanations flow together when the water diviner
    • obviously something quite different than saying “the
    • earlier and different conditions as memory. This Max Dessoir
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    • belongs. That was why Brentano said: To differentiate
    • thinking, feeling and willing. He differentiates instead
    • existence. There is a difference, says Brentano, between
    • moment is that Brentano did not differentiate will impulses
    • question may be formulated differently: Where does the good
    • been through any other action. Herbart differentiates five
    • not. Quite different issues come into question.
    • difference: Faced with an object of beauty your perception is
    • different contents.
    • moral impulses, or, put differently, he does not benefit from
    • difference — and the children will not inherit his good
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    • observations of a different kind, must become able to enter
    • only difference being that the gypsy woman did not write a
    • habit is made of examining, from different points of view,
    • completely different from life in the spiritual world. It is
    • altogether and differentiated in the soul the activity of
    • something at different times variously as: “I
    • same nature as external objects, a different thinking must be
    • developed; in fact, an altogether different inner attitude.
    • However, if you divide the, triangle differently, one of the
    • require two different concepts; i.e., that of quadrangle as
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    • scientist must deal with the facts he discovers differently
    • somewhat different attitude to events than the natural
    • investigation is not really different. It is in regard to the
    • physical aspect that differences arise. The spiritual facts
    • law. Spiritual investigators used to express this difference
    • with a certain indifference, with a certain English
    • reminiscent of the other ideas as they had been in different
    • something occurs under the influence of a different human age
    • issues from quite a different aspect of mankind's evolution.
    • influence originated from quite a different human life period
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    • different from one time to another; at one stage it may be
    • young child is very different from an old person. What is
    • rather be interpreted differently. Here I shall only indicate
    • basic definition will be different. The day will come when
    • different from the usual dogmatic view of pessimism. With his
    • from different points of view. These do not contradict one
    • will speak to him again but quite differently. When he is
    • happy, they will speak differently from when he is sad and
    • consequently the papers differ from one province to another.
    • something had to be different, it could be arranged from the
    • central office. Of course, due to different languages,
    • fellow man and to know that it makes a difference whether
    • rings or other ornaments, every item different, because value
    • occurring in our time, we need concepts that are different
    • the difference between Hegel and Goethe. He pointed out that
    • is needed is a fundamentally different approach. The basis
    • gentleman sitting across the room will have a different view
    • that it is contradictory to hold different views about the
    • recognize that the relation itself must become different. It
    • difference must be made abundantly clear between everything
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    • continuation of Scholasticism. The only difference is that
    • one must raise oneself to something different from the intellect
    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • and the same thing — only in a somewhat different form
    • One was awake then. One may have different views about this today,
    • they say, it cannot be a matter of indifference to us whether their
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    • continuation of Scholasticism. The only difference is that
    • one must raise oneself to something different from the intellect
    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • and the same thing — only in a somewhat different form
    • One was awake then. One may have different views about this today,
    • they say, it cannot be a matter of indifference to us whether their
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    • does not make any difference that there are also green apples
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    • different Branches of Natural Science to Astronomy.”
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    • whole scientific life by the advent of quite different
    • of creating new branches which will comprise quite different
    • build a bridge from the different fields of scientific
    • astronomical phenomena in a way which differed essentially
    • will be different from the reply which we are able to give.
    • different conclusions about the world. Then came the
    • Ptolemaic system. That arose out of different soul-forces.
    • a different way, when in his development he has drawn up out
    • stars. We begin to calculate, having the different things, to
    • But then there is the great difference that when we look out
    • has different stresses of force on the outer surface from
    • we turn it inside out and now different forces come into
    • differently when it is turned outward. And so with the white
    • the one cell, the male, calling forth new and different
    • different structure and around the whole is an enclosing
    • similar nature but are formed differently according to
    • follow the different stages in which the cell's inner
    • somewhat different form. And so you have in the whole
    • a different way from the Egyptians, must again learn how to
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    • must then be turned to account in quite a different branch of
    • external phenomena surrounding man from three different
    • with regard to vegetation, namely, the difference in the
    • tellurian and the solar life. There is a difference in the
    • which affects man in polar regions is different from that
    • regions, but the apathy results from different causes. In the
    • in the North and in the Tropics come from different
    • different direction.
    • Since through the earthly conditions it finds different
    • and can perhaps arrive at something quite different from what
    • rather different is here revealed. There is revealed a
    • relatively insignificant. The differences appear in
    • place, with different influences coming from below. Please
    • system — with hot punch. The effect was quite different
    • like to bring something rather different to your notice. We
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    • Then we see how in a totally different tempo — from a
    • different aspect — the brain remodels itself, organizes
    • find a difference. Yet if with sound inner perception one
    • Physiologically, there is really no difference, in a finer
    • something very different; — we shall never reach an
    • stars were no mere passive pictures of indifferent events but
    • The squares of the periods of revolution of the different
    • or written differently:
    • Now write it in a somewhat different form. Write it
    • Law. You need only write Kepler's Law thus differently
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    • should naturally have to start from different premises and we
    • By observing the different planets of a solar system, it was
    • Kepler's third law: ‘For different planets the
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    • point where we must recognize that the world is different
    • different ages felt convinced of the truth of the most
    • the senses; for the reality, something quite different.
    • to what is not yet differentiated or divided — to the
    • synthesis, however undifferentiated, is achieved between the
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    • used in a rather different sense than today) declared that
    • different way in the lamb and in the world. We only summarize
    • was different. During this age — which like the others,
    • the quite different soul-condition then prevailing, where man
    • and mode of perception were so different from ours today that
    • therefore was an altogether different trend and quality in
    • how different the spiritual configuration of mankind tends to
    • more closely, the different relation of the Earth to the Sun
    • life of soul (As to the different mutual relations of Earth
    • picture to ourselves how differently the men of Polar regions
    • more nearly. Of course these things will be different in the
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    • difference between our cognitional life insofar as this is
    • not merely side by side in an indifferent way; we need to
    • recognize the subtle differences of quality and intensity
    • observe an essential qualitative difference between the two.
    • qualitative difference between our inner life in ideas and
    • differentiate between ourselves and the world that then
    • look at the different phenomena quite simply in Goethe's way,
    • senses”, of which there are different schools. But if
    • different from one-another that a “Physiology of the
    • differentiation between the life of the senses and the
    • relation of the Earth to the Sun was different before the
    • ever more into the different fields of science. They even
    • characteristic difference between man and animal. The human
    • evident inner differentiation, inasmuch as they apply to the
    • body. Look at the obvious differentiation, comparing the
    • ‘What is the characteristic difference of the front and
    • the differentiation of the front end with the influences of
    • different in man than in the animal. The way it works in man
    • written very differently from this. You will see what I
    • — we shall be led to differentiate one vertical from
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    • ideas from different fields. For this reason we shall have to
    • heavenly bodies cannot but be different from the visual
    • that we must adopt a different method. We have to take our
    • or the other, and differ accordingly as to their power of
    • is different. Man remains capable of development far beyond
    • different from gravitation — to which the
    • different from telegraph-wires will be invented and by this
    • with the comets something different enters our planetary
    • under different conditions of illumination — that is to
    • respect different from Air or Light. For light, if we are
    • characterizing the different kinds of force. And we now see,
    • different branches of Science. Four lectures to students,
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    • mathematics and to show you how, in a different domain from
    • difference of the distances of any point of the
    • the hyperbola, the curve of constant difference, and we must
    • The curve has different forms, according to whether b, as I
    • difference. The curve of Cassini in its various forms is the
    • the division of BM by AM. We must be able to find different
    • this we find different forms of the circle (that is,
    • different proportions between the radius of the circle and
    • proportion of m to n. These different forms of the circle
    • smaller the difference between n and m. And if we follow this
    • different happens it we wish to follow the process still
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    • we are in quite a different situation. In effect, how does it
    • curve after another. And I shall obtain these different forms
    • surface such that there is a qualitative difference even
    • which is differentiated within itself. And if by rotation I
    • differentiated within themselves.
    • relation between the effects of light at different points;
    • differently, according to whether we are taking into account,
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    • this difference, we must relate it, to begin with, to what
    • curve of peculiar shape — different for the different planets
    • and different too for the same planet at different times.
    • phenomenon, though somewhat different in shape and form.
    • human observation the fact is that we are quite differently
    • enormous difference between your relation to any object of
    • movement that we relate ourselves differently to the Radius
    • manifestly horizontal spine. You will find it differing from
    • Our attention is drawn to this great differentiation: The
    • try to see the different things together. The more minutely
    • from the different planetary movements.)
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    • look for the essential morphological difference between man
    • in the difference of man and animal, we cannot stay on Earth.
    • but of a different form which need not be at all like the
    • different relation of the plant and of the animal to carbon,
    • researches for instance on the difference between man and
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    • difference at all. Aristarchus lived in the third Century
    • circles. The two curves hardly differ. The difference,
    • question: Wherein lies the essential difference in the way of
    • other? What is the real difference between these ways of
    • inwardly they can be very different. Reading Plutarch's
    • heliocentric system is fundamentally no different from the
    • the Aristarchian world-picture, we find it different.
    • observed. The difference in this respect is all-important. In
    • quite differently, not merely putting the observed results
    • of the epicycles along their different circles. Let the daily
    • attribute a different cosmic significance to the centres at
    • course is different than for the planets near the Sun.
    • indifferent circling motion or the like. A planet, in effect,
    • like the Sun in movement. They therefore are differently
    • difference of behaviour in relation to the Sun was what they
    • What corresponds to them in Man is different. Moreover they
    • which I tried to show how very different was the way man met
    • world was different. Compare the different stages of it,
    • would have had to write very differently of sense-perception.
    • very slightly, that it is somehow different with the Sun than
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    • Today we will develop the different notes
    • draw lines to unite what we thus see at different places, and
    • had of a heavenly body was essentially different from what it
    • manifoldly filled and differentiated in itself — in
    • I must imagine this, of course, of very different consistency
    • different form the Moon-sphere.
    • the two things together: On the one hand, these different
    • difference between man and animal of which we spoke
    • difference in the unfolding of the plant by day and night.
    • were, into itself. This is quite different from what we had
    • figure rather differently, like this
    • different human beings the movements only seemed to differ,
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    • Cassini curves, and of the circle differently conceived.
    • different kinds of branches. Then there will also be the
    • differently. I ought rather to say: "If I, in my Universe,
    • different nature and revealing different inner properties
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    • must differentiate: the apparent movements seen in the paths
    • quite different forms of curve in the region of the
    • difference is, one of them stayed there while the other went
    • different. They sleep at night and wake by day. When days are
    • But there is this essential difference. The metabolic
    • great significance. It is not a matter of indifference,
    • posture, only the outcome is different. Namely, what scatters
    • provide the head must be quite different in the animal. Also
    • deliberate movement must be quite different in the animal
    • different in the one creature and in the other. For example
    • so as to get quite different kinds of experiments, in which
    • difference underlies them, and to discover what the
    • difference is, we must take this pathway. We must not allow
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    • Ourselves we must imagine in a different way. There is our
    • assumed to be in different planes, inclined to one another.
    • For there is no alternative at this stage; the different
    • different perspective so to speak, as mentioned a few days
    • there is no difference between the way of applying
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    • not recognize from the outset that radical differences may be
    • different intensities of matter, as in this instance between
    • different densities will impinge on one another. Then, in the
    • the realities quite differently than has been done before.
    • fetters that are cast around you in the different
    • different place. We hardly begin to think of this phenomenon,
    • have no right to treat it differently. The coin in effect is
    • visible by differentiation. The mere fact that I have made
    • chemical region of the spectrum, their quite different
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    • into an entirely different age, if they really wish to understand
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    • into an entirely different age, if they really wish to understand
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    • speaks in a parable of the seed that is sown and undergoes different
    • different. During the day, through our normal consciousness, we wear
    • because conditions are different in each hemisphere. But the rhythmic
    • the blossom is the culmination. The spiral lines differ in the
    • effect upon the plants is different in each case.
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
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    • speaks in a parable of the seed that is sown and undergoes different
    • different. During the day, through our normal consciousness, we wear
    • because conditions are different in each hemisphere. But the rhythmic
    • the blossom is the culmination. The spiral lines differ in the
    • effect upon the plants is different in each case.
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
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    • differently at our whole planet earth than is done customarily by
    • organism we know that alternations of different conditions are
    • earth's sleep. When we consider entities as different from one
    • completely different eyes — the way in which he saw in this how
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    • differently at our whole planet earth than is done customarily by
    • organism we know that alternations of different conditions are
    • earth's sleep. When we consider entities as different from one
    • completely different eyes — the way in which he saw in this how
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    • radically it differs from all that our own time, for example,
    • connection of which with the evolution of humanity differs
    • ancient times it was very different. Something that flowed
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
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    • by space. The different places on the Earth sleep
    • differently. But I will only touch on that. It is in Winter
    • falling on a different date each year. It would be far easier
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
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    • Fire’ is very different from what the profane world can
    • something quite different is meant by ‘the
    • Taurus, it signified something quite different than if it
    • different consciousness from what has remained to us in this
    • system, yet with this difference: — They knew that the
    • different means, it is true — but a true science none
    • Thereby the vernal point keeps on appearing at a different
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    • possible. But something quite different is needed today: A
    • connection with the different festivals of the year will then ray
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    • possible. But something quite different is needed today: A
    • connection with the different festivals of the year will then ray
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    • had a somewhat different pose than on the first one.
    • difference. The photographer had taken the photograph of the
    • anthroposophical investigation differ from those adopted even by
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • a different aspect, and ordinary consciousness simply gives them
    • a different interpretation.
    • their sensationalism and because it differs from what they are
    • melancholic person will have desires which differ from those of a
    • excitement, that the nerves exercise a different influence on
    • character which now presents a different aspect from what it was
    • life, you must change, you must become different from what you
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    • had a somewhat different pose than on the first one.
    • difference. The photographer had taken the photograph of the
    • anthroposophical investigation differ from those adopted even by
    • of a person's life. It is quite indifferent whether we call this
    • a different aspect, and ordinary consciousness simply gives them
    • a different interpretation.
    • their sensationalism and because it differs from what they are
    • melancholic person will have desires which differ from those of a
    • excitement, that the nerves exercise a different influence on
    • character which now presents a different aspect from what it was
    • life, you must change, you must become different from what you
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    • showed the fundamental difference between man's whole conception
    • from many different aspects. In the course of the past years, we
    • the illusion, but differently; to him it was an expression, a
    • still another difference between the present time and older human
    • different in a more remote past. In past times people had very
    • difference between the way in which we should now look upon the
    • way. This constitutes the great difference between Christianity
    • accepting a religious faith which is quite different from those
    • to know the difference between the teachings of the older
    • difference not evident? The older Theosophy warmed up the pagan
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
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    • showed the fundamental difference between man's whole conception
    • from many different aspects. In the course of the past years, we
    • the illusion, but differently; to him it was an expression, a
    • still another difference between the present time and older human
    • different in a more remote past. In past times people had very
    • difference between the way in which we should now look upon the
    • way. This constitutes the great difference between Christianity
    • accepting a religious faith which is quite different from those
    • to know the difference between the teachings of the older
    • difference not evident? The older Theosophy warmed up the pagan
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • universe, after having passed through the different stages of
    • different attitude towards the world of ideas grasped through his
    • intellect; it was an entirely different attitude from that of
    • Man's feeling attitude towards the universe was quite different
    • in which people experienced history during the different epochs.
    • different stages. The first stage or degree was one of
    • Ghost. And this constitutes the difference between the spiritual
    • different, but not the state of mind. The soul, the state of
    • different spheres of life, calls for an entirely different way of
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    • intellect was quite different from what it was later on. Since
    • universe, after having passed through the different stages of
    • different attitude towards the world of ideas grasped through his
    • intellect; it was an entirely different attitude from that of
    • Man's feeling attitude towards the universe was quite different
    • in which people experienced history during the different epochs.
    • different stages. The first stage or degree was one of
    • Ghost. And this constitutes the difference between the spiritual
    • different, but not the state of mind. The soul, the state of
    • different spheres of life, calls for an entirely different way of
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    • things in sequence, for each of these members has a different
    • cosmos only if we understand how these different members are
    • consciousness differing from those which exist for the earthly
    • influences the human being standing upon it, differently from the
    • human being would then perceive are the earth's different kinds
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • differentiated, of course. But details in it can only be
    • quite an indifferent matter whether people are slightly ill or
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • necessary to use different signs from those we use, for example,
    • when we write or speak; different signs must be used when
    • have a different inner character; they are no longer a perception
    • astral body which was different from that of today. Today the
    • In these days I have given advice to people working in different
    • really fruitful, in many different fields.
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    • things in sequence, for each of these members has a different
    • cosmos only if we understand how these different members are
    • consciousness differing from those which exist for the earthly
    • influences the human being standing upon it, differently from the
    • human being would then perceive are the earth's different kinds
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • differentiated, of course. But details in it can only be
    • quite an indifferent matter whether people are slightly ill or
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • necessary to use different signs from those we use, for example,
    • when we write or speak; different signs must be used when
    • have a different inner character; they are no longer a perception
    • astral body which was different from that of today. Today the
    • In these days I have given advice to people working in different
    • really fruitful, in many different fields.
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    • that differed from our present way of contemplating it. Only a
    • his power of orientation in a different way than the child
    • — so that it differs from that which becomes, in the child
    • this way the different structure of the various parts of the
    • entirely different way during that intermediate period than
    • the body of a modern man has a different structure from that of
    • the universe in a different way. He must seek the moral and
    • religious element in the world's order along different paths than
    • through the human being through this different bodily posture,
    • cannot follow this method, for he has an entirely different
    • three years' time, I must have acquired an entirely different
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    • that differed from our present way of contemplating it. Only a
    • his power of orientation in a different way than the child
    • — so that it differs from that which becomes, in the child
    • this way the different structure of the various parts of the
    • entirely different way during that intermediate period than
    • the body of a modern man has a different structure from that of
    • the universe in a different way. He must seek the moral and
    • religious element in the world's order along different paths than
    • through the human being through this different bodily posture,
    • cannot follow this method, for he has an entirely different
    • three years' time, I must have acquired an entirely different
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    • instance, how different are the inner feelings with which we
    • strange country which is indifferent to us. This will show us
    • we simply must begin to speak of the world in a different way
    • characterize the external world differently from the way in which
    • differently of the super-sensible objects of knowledge. These do
    • to be said differently, the descriptions will have to be
    • different from those which we are accustomed to hear in ordinary
    • somewhat different to the spiritual vision on earth; they acquire
    • a different way, when those whom we left behind, still live on
    • explained to you from many different aspects how our woof of
    • thought-integral in comparison with thought differentials, from
    • his head changed in comparison with the heads of the different
    • head develops in an entirely different position from that of man.
    • which appears in the animals under so many different forms. You
    • development of the world in a different way when we ascend from
    • upon animal beings which are entirely different from the present
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
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    • instance, how different are the inner feelings with which we
    • strange country which is indifferent to us. This will show us
    • we simply must begin to speak of the world in a different way
    • characterize the external world differently from the way in which
    • differently of the super-sensible objects of knowledge. These do
    • to be said differently, the descriptions will have to be
    • different from those which we are accustomed to hear in ordinary
    • somewhat different to the spiritual vision on earth; they acquire
    • a different way, when those whom we left behind, still live on
    • explained to you from many different aspects how our woof of
    • thought-integral in comparison with thought differentials, from
    • his head changed in comparison with the heads of the different
    • head develops in an entirely different position from that of man.
    • which appears in the animals under so many different forms. You
    • development of the world in a different way when we ascend from
    • upon animal beings which are entirely different from the present
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
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    • by human hearts and souls in a different way from the present tragic
    • many different regions. And in the remotest times these
    • thereby began their earth-existence in a manner different from what
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • become quite different since the Mystery of Golgotha. In the
    • through the Luciferic temptation has become different from what it
    • that what grows out of our earthly deeds is different from what it
    • I behold this knowledge it becomes in me something different from
    • grow out of my Earth deeds which must become different. The tree
    • Schröer and earlier by Weinhold and others in many different
    • districts at different times the story of Bethlehem took on grotesque
    • different — domain? Haeckel's science may lead those who think
    • a very different fashion. All that possesses our souls to-day, as the
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    • by human hearts and souls in a different way from the present tragic
    • many different regions. And in the remotest times these
    • thereby began their earth-existence in a manner different from what
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • become quite different since the Mystery of Golgotha. In the
    • through the Luciferic temptation has become different from what it
    • that what grows out of our earthly deeds is different from what it
    • I behold this knowledge it becomes in me something different from
    • grow out of my Earth deeds which must become different. The tree
    • Schröer and earlier by Weinhold and others in many different
    • districts at different times the story of Bethlehem took on grotesque
    • different — domain? Haeckel's science may lead those who think
    • a very different fashion. All that possesses our souls to-day, as the
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    • and how human beings thereby began earthly existence in a different
    • in a way different from what was originally destined. The entire story
    • of the earth. The earth has become something different since the
    • the tree that has become something different through the Luciferic
    • existence, that he became something different through, the
    • When we seek knowledge, we seek it in a different way than was
    • originally predestined. This makes it appear that something different
    • knowledge, however, it becomes something different for me, something
    • that is different from what it originally should have been. It
    • something that must become different. The tree grows forth, the
    • Christmas plays in different areas, but what Karl Julius
    • centuries to find something different, to encounter something most
    • different from looking at the same matter in a completely different
    • light in a completely different way, and we illuminate our rooms in
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
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    • and how human beings thereby began earthly existence in a different
    • in a way different from what was originally destined. The entire story
    • of the earth. The earth has become something different since the
    • the tree that has become something different through the Luciferic
    • existence, that he became something different through, the
    • When we seek knowledge, we seek it in a different way than was
    • originally predestined. This makes it appear that something different
    • knowledge, however, it becomes something different for me, something
    • that is different from what it originally should have been. It
    • something that must become different. The tree grows forth, the
    • Christmas plays in different areas, but what Karl Julius
    • centuries to find something different, to encounter something most
    • different from looking at the same matter in a completely different
    • light in a completely different way, and we illuminate our rooms in
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
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    • are preserved in four documents apparently so different from
    • comparing the different accounts, it is possible gradually to
    • different.
    • difference both in language and style between the cycle of
    • again be different when we approach the Gospel of
    • different Gospels. The Gospel of Luke tells how the highest
    • should only be accepted as showing the difference in style of
    • it gives a description from a different point of view, and
    • Age was quite different from that of the men of to-day. They
    • it is important to note that their clairvoyance differed
    • catastrophe were at very different stages of evolution; the
    • different with regard to the northern peoples named by
    • greatest difference that external history has to show in
    • difference in soul-development. The contrast is recognized in
    • difference between the Turanians and Iranians explains the
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    • undifferentiated, not yet separated into individual
    • different. Upon him had been bestowed the secrets of the
    • differences. Through Spiritual Science we learn in what way
    • both beings and forms of knowledge differ. The wisdom of
    • Moses was quite different from that of Hermes, even though
    • his two pupils revelations of a very different kind.
    • Zarathustra, and though they followed entirely different
    • indifference where these two forces meet; but according as
    • incoming forces is different.
    • a different and almost opposite way that the wisdom of Moses
    • hundreds of years, had to unite with an entirely different
    • seen; it was no longer described by different names, but by
    • an entirely different form. Whereas for the Atlantean this
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    • streamed from the sun towards the earth was quite different
    • different kind. When the earth first came into existence in
    • differentiated from the earth later, which differentiation
    • but differentiated warmth. Saturn had a body of heat, and
    • and Moses. But to each he gave a separate and different
    • behind the different objects of the sense-world. Jehovah, as
    • called later, had actually a different physical organization
    • it had been indelibly impressed on the different principles
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    • form of knowledge was different from the higher knowledge of
    • The initiation given to Zarathustra differed, however, from
    • different. The initiation given to the Rishis enabled them,
    • Atlantean wisdom to Zarathustra in a different form, so that
    • direct their glance inwards then a quite different world will
    • throughout the ages played a special part in different
    • that this is a different Jesus from the one spoken of in the
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    • into incarnation, and his mission becomes different. In
    • growth is something quite different. A Bodhisattva is a
    • different stages of wisdom striven for by the Essenes, in
    • view— and from these different aspects he views the
    • Luke-Jesus. These seventy-seven different human stages can be
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    • reach back to birth. Considering the very different qualities
    • memory also was very different from what it is to-day.
    • differed from those who severed themselves from the tree, and
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    • varied among the different peoples in different parts of the
    • in different peoples, gained experience of the various
    • different aspects.
    • the rule of doing so from different points of view. Those who
    • from one aspect may appear very different when viewed from
    • the course of characterizing things from different sides.
    • perceive something quite different. During sleep he is
    • is somewhat different from the confusion and blindness
    • something quite different from what was attained in the
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    • different men. They were able, during the act of initiation
    • three different characteristics peculiar to the beings of the
    • work on our different principles. One might say: It is the
    • a quite different quality of greatness, a greatness that is,
    • pupil the reality of these qualities. It differed
    • was still of the ancient form. This difference must be now
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    • a very different Individuality, and they really wish to say
    • laid on the difference between the old teaching and the new;
    • perceive the finer degrees of difference would not be
    • these finer shades of difference, nor can he understand the
    • realize the difference between a true and a superficial
    • old. The others, not seeing the difference, merely assert
    • clearly demonstrated the difference between an apparent
    • different, and it is exceedingly difficult to pass in the
    • blessedness of the etheric body is expressed differently. The
    • different way from that used when treating of the lower
    • translation cannot conceal the fact; it is different from all
    • different principles of man's being, and blesses them.
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    • be emphasized, that there was to be a difference; these
    • one of to-day, reveals a real difference. This difference,
    • constituted differently.
    • different from what was usual is here described in the
    • different. In these chosen ones it worked so that it endowed
    • of the first, and the difference in numbers as the error of
    • differently to the disciples by day from how it did by night?
    • passed by with indifference. And there is another fact no
    • indifference to us that we are obliged to differ from such a
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    • all. In what does human development through the different
    • of different members; these we call the physical body,
    • given for these different members of human nature. In the
    • different answer. In order to understand this answer we must
    • This brings us to a consideration of the difference between
    • ripe to receive the Christ-force itself. This difference will
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    • incarnates again and again in different epochs, advances to
    • active powers corresponding to the different stages of
    • attain if beings whose whole path of evolution is different
    • those who were to be initiated were graded into different
    • different ways. Some, for instance, were taught more how men
    • were different classes and degrees of initiates. Thus to some
    • appearing in different people. Nowadays people do not write
    • described from four different sides. All the four Evangelists
    • but they are told from different points of view. The first
    • contradictions. Once we are able to gather these different
    • progressed in a different way from on Earth, where those who
    • living understanding, of what we glimpse in the different
    • to recognize something different in each of them. When to
    • recognizing the great difference between any other earthly
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    • guiding spirits of the different epochs. From each of these Great
    • age, makes us realise what great differences arise in the sum total
    • quite a different nature and we have reason to believe that, in the
    • different from the normal consciousness of to-day.
    • confronted by a consciousness entirely different from that of the
    • difference between a dream and ordinary waking consciousness. Such as
    • experiences and perceptions in a different state of consciousness; I
    • future evolution of mankind, but in a different way. It has to be
    • streams had, as it were, a different mission in human culture. The
    • another land whose people transmitted an entirely different order of
    • different from the Brahministic teachings of the great leaders of
    • understand the difference between the two thought
    • practised by different peoples living in regions not very far apart
    • had an inkling of the significant difference between the cults of
    • physical phenomena are different, so the spiritual essence behind
    • there are different natural
    • like — so there are different orders of lower spiritual Powers,
    • is a difference between the influence of the Sun in the morning and
    • his rays is not the same as when he is descending. His rays differ in
    • summer and in winter and they differ with every sign through which
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    • guiding spirits of the different epochs. From each of these Great
    • age, makes us realise what great differences arise in the sum total
    • quite a different nature and we have reason to believe that, in the
    • different from the normal consciousness of to-day.
    • confronted by a consciousness entirely different from that of the
    • difference between a dream and ordinary waking consciousness. Such as
    • experiences and perceptions in a different state of consciousness; I
    • future evolution of mankind, but in a different way. It has to be
    • streams had, as it were, a different mission in human culture. The
    • another land whose people transmitted an entirely different order of
    • different from the Brahministic teachings of the great leaders of
    • understand the difference between the two thought
    • practised by different peoples living in regions not very far apart
    • had an inkling of the significant difference between the cults of
    • physical phenomena are different, so the spiritual essence behind
    • there are different natural
    • like — so there are different orders of lower spiritual Powers,
    • is a difference between the influence of the Sun in the morning and
    • his rays is not the same as when he is descending. His rays differ in
    • summer and in winter and they differ with every sign through which
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    • ancient Egypt, although it was clothed, naturally, in different
    • In the successive epochs different forms of
    • several peoples built up this world of pictures in different ways,
    • in the different peoples and the pictures arising before the souls of
    • process varied in the different peoples.
    • different places in the land where Temples were then erected. Then,
    • were enacted in a different way. The aspirant had to
    • through different phases to the full Moon. The primal forms of
    • express the Spiritual in different forms, so do the several
    • different animal forms. Such were the feelings of the old Egyptian
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    • ancient Egypt, although it was clothed, naturally, in different
    • In the successive epochs different forms of
    • several peoples built up this world of pictures in different ways,
    • in the different peoples and the pictures arising before the souls of
    • process varied in the different peoples.
    • different places in the land where Temples were then erected. Then,
    • were enacted in a different way. The aspirant had to
    • through different phases to the full Moon. The primal forms of
    • express the Spiritual in different forms, so do the several
    • different animal forms. Such were the feelings of the old Egyptian
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    • different occurs from what does in the case of the insect which burns by
    • butterfly flutters about in many different colours. These colours are
    • this is just the difference between truth and mere madness! So when we
    • alters the form of its blood vessels; they become quite different. It
    • enabling them to walk, and they are spun differently from those in the
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    • different occurs from what does in the case of the insect which burns by
    • butterfly flutters about in many different colours. These colours are
    • this is just the difference between truth and mere madness! So when we
    • alters the form of its blood vessels; they become quite different. It
    • enabling them to walk, and they are spun differently from those in the
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    • that the experiences of the human soul between death and rebirth differ
    • different things here in physical existence on earth. It can be compared
    • different about it.” My dear friends, if I tell you what an
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
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    • that the experiences of the human soul between death and rebirth differ
    • different things here in physical existence on earth. It can be compared
    • different about it.” My dear friends, if I tell you what an
    • had a force of vibratory stimulus quite different from anything possible
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    • the first place an undifferentiated condition of soul. In this undefined
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • this experience of movement in an undifferentiated world-substance
    • joy, your blood beats differently from the way it beats when you are
    • difference in the pulsation of the blood. The pulsation of the blood is,
    • swimming in an undifferentiated world-substance, and again what I
    • differentiated world around us to a universal existence. The fact that
    • soul becomes altogether different from what it is in the life of
    • experience the difference between the Sun as a planet and as a fixed
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
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    • the first place an undifferentiated condition of soul. In this undefined
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • this experience of movement in an undifferentiated world-substance
    • joy, your blood beats differently from the way it beats when you are
    • difference in the pulsation of the blood. The pulsation of the blood is,
    • swimming in an undifferentiated world-substance, and again what I
    • differentiated world around us to a universal existence. The fact that
    • soul becomes altogether different from what it is in the life of
    • experience the difference between the Sun as a planet and as a fixed
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
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    • customs are different from those of the 17th century. But the
    • belonging to different parties — provided that at such a
    • and not opposition exists between the different spheres of
    • acknowledged everywhere, though the ideas of different thinkers
    • and scientists concerning various questions differ widely. It is
    • Origin of Man” differ greatly. But the Anthroposophist
    • direction he must search, even if a difference of opinion exists
    • about that the souls of a number of children are different, from
    • the same circumstances. Even twins differ in essential qualities
    • out all difference between the lower characteristics of soul
    • that man differed from the animals in being able to count.
    • only a small quantitative difference but no qualitative
    • difference; this difference is much less than the difference
    • difference between the highest and lowest animal-souls.”
    • declares:— “We must explain the difference between
    • believer gaily proceeds with his explanations. The difference
    • “The difference (between highest animal and man) is much
    • smaller than the difference between the highest and lowest human
    • explain how mammals evolve, for there is a greater difference
    • his principles. He would have to say: The difference between the
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    • customs are different from those of the 17th century. But the
    • belonging to different parties — provided that at such a
    • and not opposition exists between the different spheres of
    • acknowledged everywhere, though the ideas of different thinkers
    • and scientists concerning various questions differ widely. It is
    • Origin of Man” differ greatly. But the Anthroposophist
    • direction he must search, even if a difference of opinion exists
    • about that the souls of a number of children are different, from
    • the same circumstances. Even twins differ in essential qualities
    • out all difference between the lower characteristics of soul
    • that man differed from the animals in being able to count.
    • only a small quantitative difference but no qualitative
    • difference; this difference is much less than the difference
    • difference between the highest and lowest animal-souls.”
    • declares:— “We must explain the difference between
    • believer gaily proceeds with his explanations. The difference
    • “The difference (between highest animal and man) is much
    • smaller than the difference between the highest and lowest human
    • explain how mammals evolve, for there is a greater difference
    • his principles. He would have to say: The difference between the
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    • form, the different capacities and talents develop. (We will
    • upon the egg. In what is formed as disposition, as different
    • differentiated. The idea is something which is reproduced. No
    • sense-experience of it will. There we have the difference
    • is different. He then notices, certainly, that his first step
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    • form, the different capacities and talents develop. (We will
    • upon the egg. In what is formed as disposition, as different
    • differentiated. The idea is something which is reproduced. No
    • sense-experience of it will. There we have the difference
    • is different. He then notices, certainly, that his first step
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    • different stages of consciousness and the I-Am.
    • must be different.
    • ancient Atlantean was still quite different in form and had a
    • quite different soul-life. Only when the densification of the
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    • acknowledged by Spiritual Science though in a very different
    • someone from quite another world, possessing quite different
    • from a different one. We call the present consciousness the
    • prove very different in appearance from the present-day
    • different conditions of life on the earth, when the elements
    • always find different ones. What to-day we call logical
    • were beings besides himself of different form, he exercised a
    • matter is quite different. The old saga and stories of the
    • undifferentiated organs, able neither to see nor to hear, at
    • difference is only this — official science has to
    • speak quite differently from the pupils and disciples of
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    • and a different, a noble enthusiasm fires all that he wishes
    • spot on the human being where something different will rest,
    • differs from that of the ordinary man of the present day.
    • It is a changing one; two entirely different states of
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    • this astral body are outlined a great number of different
    • in all kinds of initiation. They only differ an that the
    • exercises, gradually manifests many different changes at
    • night. It manifests different light-effects; it shows that
    • different lectures we know that death takes place in a man
    • inhabited by the Germans. The different human beings did not
    • various group-souls of the different souls we notice a
    • certain similarity but there are also differences. If we
    • the forms of the plants were quite different, when the whole
    • something of an entirely different nature from that which
    • then into something different. He sees a spiritual vision
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    • the Egyptian initiates, you would find a different kind of
    • the State, and when a different constellation arises,
    • certain constellations of a different kind will
    • which present themselves in such different domains.
    • as equity was something quite different. The old law is much
    • used? Does it make any essential difference to the spiritual
    • different.” The writer of the Apocalypse says to each
    • harmonizes and should become different.
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    • and who will form the foundation for a new and different
    • be quite different from those of the present day. For it is
    • different form. To-day he is so formed that in a certain
    • branches. All the animals in their different forms represent
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    • appear figures perceptible only through the difference in
    • warmth. Every-thing is warmth, but organized, differentiated
    • degrees of warmth.” These differentiated conditions of warmth
    • your blood according to the different degrees of warmth. That
    • Human forms looked quite different from those of to-day. Man
    • Sun he looked quite different from our present plants. With
    • different from that of other plants. The German legend
    • the stage under different circumstances.” For this reason
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    • in modern times have come to a different explanation — to
    • exponents -who have a somewhat different view; but they too
    • truth is different from the materialistic explanation of the
    • dwelling place quite different from that of man if they were
    • collected. The earth would have become mummified. A different
    • these souls will return in different bodies up to the end of
    • man moved upon this earth in quite a different way from that
    • different constitution from the present human being. I cannot
    • developed out of entirely different forms, will he feel that
    • point out how entirely different was man's earlier form.
    • different nature as regards his will power from what he
    • different physical conditions. At the beginning of the
    • different way from the present man; we have already indicated
    • again point out this different kind of vision of the man of
    • the construction of iris body was different from what it is
    • form of the ancient Atlantean was so very different from that
    • of present man and his members so differently joined
    • life was also different. And here — if we wish to
    • man then lived in a different state of consciousness and
    • that his memory was different from what it is now; but the
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    • but there will be a very great difference. In the Atlantean
    • its totality this appears in a different light. The wasps
    • quite different from what it is to-day. A person can only
    • originate. It will be somewhat different in the next epoch
    • different nations.
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    • pictured quite differently from the way we have been accustomed
    • been differentiated. It would be wrong if man were to crave
    • up with our earth. There were then quite different
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    • that our earth was also quite different. In the time before
    • was quite different. If you had looked at the earth before
    • it. Hence man had an entirely different life; for example,
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    • kingdoms were formed quite differently from what they now are
    • will nevertheless be quite different from these. Upon Venus
    • Persian. The number of different conditions of this nature
    • Atlanteans epoch under quite different conditions from the
    • physical, he developed four different parts of the body in
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    • entirely different conditions in evolution if we were to take
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    • and higher in future ages, there will be very different means
    • feelings, then there will live in us a very different feeling
    • and a very different possibility of knowledge concerning this
    • different nature from man. It originates from other world
    • reached Jupiter he will appear as a different being. The
    • different moral conditions. Now imagine that as a Jupiter-man
    • within the four members. Jupiter will be quite differently
    • will be different. It will be impossible for beings who have
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    • is a great difference between the two ways. For on the one are
    • thee where any are unclean. Thou shalt not make a difference in a
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    • only part of the difference, but it is an essential part. This force
    • different. It is super-consciousness that enables man to introduce
    • evolution we should have a very different form of culture if
    • form of thinking different from that which I recently described to
    • different if we were to recognise in its reality this urge of ours
    • spiritually to attain different ends in world-evolution from those
    • rôle which differs from the actual stage of their own evolution.
    • may take a concrete case. We men are all different from one another
    • in the spaceless. Everything is different from everything else. You
    • form I am individual man, different from any other,” you are in
    • different persons at fifty from what we were at twenty; we develop.
    • quite different human beings if we were not connected with the realm of
    • different being from what he now is, when he pursues this age-old
    • sense. That, however, is really no different from speaking of a
    • truth, what can be called death is different in plants, different in
    • the animal, different in the case of human beings. But because in all
    • without saying; but as an objection it is no different from this:
    • actually old? The water you look at will be at a quite different
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    • Mystery, you will be aware that we must differentiate between what
    • people refuse to believe is how entirely different for men of old was
    • one of the last who still saw the sun differently from the way in
    • Impulse brings in something different. It has nothing to do with the
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    • naturally I should have to give the whole treatment a different form
    • knowledge, something different becomes apparent. We see that this
    • human death — it is different with animals and plants, as I
    • Even if the words sounded different, these philosophers of late
    • account the real origin of man was different. When Kant and Laplace
    • were different for the very reason that the Kant-Laplace theory is
    • nature, though in a different direction.
    • truths of Initiation often sound different from what human beings
    • himself. Otherwise its meaning is no different from what people call
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    • Consciousness Soul asks of us something different from what our
    • a way quite different from his. However, we might perhaps say that
    • has no more wisdom than an animal and is differentiated from the
    • difference is that they had more beautiful ghosts than those invented
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    • men would have gone through a quite different point in their
    • in a different way, because they will acquire it through their own
    • run differently if we wished to establish the truth about man as he
    • speak differently and say: When did the soul cease to unfold its life
    • take a different form from our modern medical knowledge. You will not
    • different phenomenon from those substantial ones commonly
    • to something quite different; he will discover rhythms, rhythmical
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    • developed in Rome very different from anything experienced earlier in
    • speaks should be taken rather differently from the way in which they
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    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • has thought about this difference. Therefore the spiritual powers
    • overlooked bringing this difference to the world.
    • working group who holds to a different viewpoint, but only if he has
    • place in a completely different way than is the case with normal
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • referring here to the strong differences which occurred during this
    • Floods of light had to stream into the space; differentiated according to
    • nuances were intensified by the different thickness of the glass
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    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • has thought about this difference. Therefore the spiritual powers
    • overlooked bringing this difference to the world.
    • working group who holds to a different viewpoint, but only if he has
    • place in a completely different way than is the case with normal
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • referring here to the strong differences which occurred during this
    • Floods of light had to stream into the space; differentiated according to
    • nuances were intensified by the different thickness of the glass
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    • different shape, color, or luminous force. Everything on the
    • plane — but entirely differently from the way in which
    • distinguish three different parts: One part is permeated by
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    • different shape, color, or luminous force. Everything on the
    • plane — but entirely differently from the way in which
    • distinguish three different parts: One part is permeated by
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    • differs from various current world conceptions and other
    • very different when we, for example, study a child from the
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
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    • differs from various current world conceptions and other
    • very different when we, for example, study a child from the
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
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    • forth, which is something utterly different from an abstract
    • sway in the course of world events. The differentiation of
    • differentiation according to classes that brings chaos into
    • our contemporary social structure. This differentiation will
    • means dealing with a differentiation according to classes, as
    • he himself forms the connecting link among the different
    • impulses, and are different in what they will for themselves.
    • different conceptions regarding what man feels and must
    • consciousness. A person learns in two different ways through
    • entirely different thoughts for the simple reason that
    • human beings, a differentiated interest in persons, that we
    • whole human being, differentiated in the case of individual
    • manner somewhat different from that of materialistic
    • about differently. Today, things diametrically opposed to one
    • would have occurred long ago under entirely different
    • wished to go to Berlin and do something entirely different,
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    • manner. Bolshevism intends to overcome the differentiation
    • of existence shall be achieved from an entirely different
    • demand appears from an entirely different quarter and in a
    • fulfilled, but from an entirely different direction. This is
    • different opinion. In the sphere of reality, the situation is
    • the truth is unpleasant makes no difference. An essential
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    • in our epoch there is no consciousness of the difference
    • would be entirely different if this irrevocable law in the
    • post-Atlantean epoch, which is essentially different from the
    • different, and different likewise still earlier during the
    • various parts of the earth differ from one another, and in
    • the future this differentiation will increase. Utterly unreal
    • given a different direction. It is important that this should
    • difference, and this is the significant point that must be
    • upon the difference' between knowing and not knowing. It is
    • knows, for example, how utterly different things looked, even
    • entirely different foundation. Every knowing member of these
    • what tends in the West in a wholly different direction, in
    • differentiation. This differentiation has to do, naturally,
    • But with the bodies this differentiation has much to do. From
    • will intertwine over the entire earth, differentiated
    • according to different peoples, in harmony with those of the
    • capacities appear differentiated, distributed among the
    • circumstances have taken a different course. I shall not
    • a different course.
    • have taken a different course. This is entirely conceivable
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    • would prefer with the utmost intensity to be different from
    • become something. They need only to point out how different
    • impulses. Men are in this respect differentiated individually
    • beings in any measure, we can differentiate persons in this
    • differentiate again, he is fond of his thinking, his feeling,
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    • There is a different relationship between the ego and the
    • different relationship to his physical and etheric bodies.
    • way life during sleep is different from the embryonic life.
    • different, by reason of the breathing between birth and
    • be a compensation in an entirely different field, that is,
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    • inevitably think differently because of their characteristic
    • war and revolution.” The thing turned out differently.
    • entirely different way if he wishes today to see reality. He
    • necessary to know how differentiated humanity is in various
    • in the West differently than those in the East and in the
    • differentiated forms throughout the world.
    • in the light of the most important European differentiations
    • entirely different from that characterizing the rest of
    • folk temperament is altogether different from what appears as
    • differentiated peoples. The fact that a development toward
    • have spread in various places among differently constituted
    • the British Empire is constructed upon a different foundation
    • related in its particular differentiation to the three
    • differentiation regarding which I spoke to you goes so far
    • entirely different experiences in connection with the
    • differentiation as to peoples, and the kind of occultism that
    • these great differentiating characteristics that I shall
    • differentiation. If the assertion is made to you anywhere in
    • is different in connection with the German-speaking peoples.
    • entirely different necessities if he wishes to achieve his
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    • Saturnalia took place, in which all differences of rank and
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    • Saturnalia took place, in which all differences of rank and
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    • viewed from an entirely different standpoint from that from
    • Scientific Knowledge was then very different from the ideas
    • entirely different mental atmosphere from that by which we
    • differently, Galileo had already demonstrated this idea;
    • different. As the tickling is subjective, so too is the red
    • different spheres of the stars; then comes the sphere of
    • There is only one difference between the physical
    • differentiate men from animals. The physical Scientists of
    • possess these and this is where men differ from animals.
    • animals, then made man and then, in order to differentiate
    • as the inter-maxillary bones, that the difference between the
    • Goethe to the different parts of living beings. We see how
    • have been expressed differently. We ought to be able to see,
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    • viewed from an entirely different standpoint from that from
    • Scientific Knowledge was then very different from the ideas
    • entirely different mental atmosphere from that by which we
    • differently, Galileo had already demonstrated this idea;
    • different. As the tickling is subjective, so too is the red
    • different spheres of the stars; then comes the sphere of
    • There is only one difference between the physical
    • differentiate men from animals. The physical Scientists of
    • possess these and this is where men differ from animals.
    • animals, then made man and then, in order to differentiate
    • as the inter-maxillary bones, that the difference between the
    • Goethe to the different parts of living beings. We see how
    • have been expressed differently. We ought to be able to see,
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    • modern age any less great. In many different contexts Rudolf
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    • difficulty, because its conditions are so entirely different
    • acquainted with utterly different conceptions.
    • is a little different, but that need not concern us at this
    • these kingdoms are present in an entirely different form. They are
    • completely different from the physical world.
    • concerned, these are two quite different moments in time; for
    • these are only two different points and that in the higher
    • of young children who have loved us, is a very different thing
    • than children who die young. Knowledge of different souls in the
    • the difference can also be considered in another respect.
    • perceived, there is a very great difference. When little
    • us and the feeling he has is therefore different from the
    • view, for such matters must always be considered from different
    • together from many different threads. We cannot say that we
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    • his old age differed from that of his youth. But this was
    • various sciences in all the different domains of civilised
    • differential calculus. The theory of motion was therefore
    • is a difference. The last-mentioned are fewer and have less
    • different when we come to those sciences which have to deal
    • the different creatures. Foremost of all we find Haeckel
    • between different creatures. He looked upon the Darwinian
    • our time would be very different; there would be continuity
    • different branches of science at all points of the compass.
    • different sciences, and in the entire personality of the
    • different soul-forces of the whole personality was actually
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    • his old age differed from that of his youth. But this was
    • various sciences in all the different domains of civilised
    • differential calculus. The theory of motion was therefore
    • is a difference. The last-mentioned are fewer and have less
    • different when we come to those sciences which have to deal
    • the different creatures. Foremost of all we find Haeckel
    • between different creatures. He looked upon the Darwinian
    • our time would be very different; there would be continuity
    • different branches of science at all points of the compass.
    • different sciences, and in the entire personality of the
    • different soul-forces of the whole personality was actually
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    • Different people with just as different standpoints oppose
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    • at a different stage of maturity than that which comes from the
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
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    • at a different stage of maturity than that which comes from the
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
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    • appear to lead in quite a different direction from what is
    • spoke the other day in a different connection. This book
    • son also to be a schoolmaster. Karma, however, had a different
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    • spoke the other day in a different connection. This book
    • son also to be a schoolmaster. Karma, however, had a different
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    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • difference: In the preceding period — from the seventh to
    • a very different way with his advice and active help. He can
    • behave differently. Now in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch men
    • differ from the earlier types of humanity which evolved in the
    • The Bourgeois differs in this respect: In former times
    • feel such things in different ways, however, according as they
    • thing worked differently. While the Western thinker describes
    • with an altogether different purpose. I will not speak of that
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • 70's) many things would have taken a different course
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
    • instance we must be able to appreciate the difference between
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    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • difference: In the preceding period — from the seventh to
    • a very different way with his advice and active help. He can
    • behave differently. Now in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch men
    • differ from the earlier types of humanity which evolved in the
    • The Bourgeois differs in this respect: In former times
    • feel such things in different ways, however, according as they
    • thing worked differently. While the Western thinker describes
    • with an altogether different purpose. I will not speak of that
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • 70's) many things would have taken a different course
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
    • instance we must be able to appreciate the difference between
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    • they are conceiving is altogether different. Let us go through
    • living in a different spiritual context than the old
    • Greeks or Romans. We are under a different Time-Spirit. Such a
    • different, namely his own Angel. He does not even rise to the
    • in our thought at least, to many different Time-Spirits. But
    • man spoke to another had an altogether different significance
    • communications by word of mouth were very different from
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    • they are conceiving is altogether different. Let us go through
    • living in a different spiritual context than the old
    • Greeks or Romans. We are under a different Time-Spirit. Such a
    • different, namely his own Angel. He does not even rise to the
    • in our thought at least, to many different Time-Spirits. But
    • man spoke to another had an altogether different significance
    • communications by word of mouth were very different from
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    • very differently from the way in which he views other events in
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • different from other men — nothing of all this enters at
    • origin of that which differentiates them so widely over the
    • the origin of the capacities which differentiate him from
    • different light when humanity shall have been permeated
    • within his heart: That which differentiates men as regards
    • Christmas every differentiation you have received as a
    • differentiating gifts we possess must be placed within the
    • which these differentiating gifts bring about within us human
    • forthwith and tempestuously. And in different ages it
    • takes root differently in man. In our day man must take into
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    • very differently from the way in which he views other events in
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • different from other men — nothing of all this enters at
    • origin of that which differentiates them so widely over the
    • the origin of the capacities which differentiate him from
    • different light when humanity shall have been permeated
    • within his heart: That which differentiates men as regards
    • Christmas every differentiation you have received as a
    • differentiating gifts we possess must be placed within the
    • which these differentiating gifts bring about within us human
    • forthwith and tempestuously. And in different ages it
    • takes root differently in man. In our day man must take into
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    • different lines of thought and religious movements in the world
    • different limbs: the head, arms, hands, and so on. When he
    • different confessions, but the unifying bond is not there.
    • be led in different ways. But as a unifying power there appears
    • To each a different pleasure it will bring.
    • through many different districts, and when he is getting tired
    • representatives of different human races from all over the
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
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    • different lines of thought and religious movements in the world
    • different limbs: the head, arms, hands, and so on. When he
    • different confessions, but the unifying bond is not there.
    • be led in different ways. But as a unifying power there appears
    • To each a different pleasure it will bring.
    • through many different districts, and when he is getting tired
    • representatives of different human races from all over the
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
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    • history will be radically different from that prevailing to-day. It
    • enlightening the minds of men, a different element has taken root. In
    • however, be able to understand if we study the different earthly
    • The trend of thought in both cases is altogether different from that
    • these very years there were happenings of an altogether different
    • vast difference there is between asking these questions inwardly and
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    • spiritual impulses of very different kinds are working in our present
    • through the gate of death often differ in a very marked degree from
    • a form very different from that in which it had been cultivated by
    • to earlier times and appears in many different forms as we go
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    • time to come this intelligence will have an altogether different
    • altogether different.
    • different name. This Thought-content gradually fell away from
    • elemental spirits intermingling in quite a different way. There one
    • something altogether different. Pagan piety is a surrender of heart
    • expression in a different way. Men are conscious that the Christ
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    • Post-Atlantean periods of evolution, quite different states of
    • experiences of his everyday consciousness took quite different forms.
    • consciousness but of an essentially different character from those of
    • into it may be compared to an awakening — was very different
    • another, an entirely different world before his soul. For it was so
    • and consists in flesh and bones and different vessels; that is all we
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    • different standpoint. I spoke then of his spiritual qualities but I
    • quite different for him than they are for other men. Other men do not
    • different person ... he appears in the individuality of Emanuel
    • that time the Jesuit Order has been guided by altogether different
    • These books deal with the similarities to be found in different
    • there before me on many different occasions. I was able to make
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    • age? — they would have spoken, though under a different name,
    • is the difference. The experience of those who were on earth during
    • remembered that time-relationships are quite different in the
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    • sense too, because in the post-war period a number of different
    • elected, but just formed. The whole procedure at Christmas differed
    • whole procedure was quite different from that usually adopted by
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    • different lectures.
    • Spirits of Form creates the races of mankind. Difference between the
    • concept of nation and that of race. Differentiation of mankind into
    • Racial differentiations enter more deeply into the physical.
    • Love. The contributions of the different Spirits to Earth evolution.
    • necessary to correlate the contents of the different lectures. The
    • creation of races described in detail. The different races are the
    • here. From this centre the different Archangels of Europe were sent
    • on their different missions. In later years its spiritual mission
    • Cognition of ego different from other forms of
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    • Switzerland. The Folk Spirit is something quite different from the
    • spiritual being. The difference between man and the Folk Spirit is
    • different from what it is today. In the same way, at a higher level,
    • four different members. We can distinguish:
    • mode of existence on the Old Moon differed from that of man on Earth
    • spiritual aspect the activity of such Beings will be different from
    • that of man today. Indeed there is a considerable difference between
    • individual differences, we shall have no difficulty in understanding
    • not swayed by personal opinions will be indifferent to value
    • many different countries and who understand each other or try to
    • widely different Folk Spirits and yet they have some common ground of
    • epoch is different from that of our own age. Those who understand the
    • the future, we see ever different Spirits of the Age determining
    • occurrences recur in many different forms. Thus the seven consecutive
    • repetition of the Persian epoch, but in a somewhat different form.
    • order that the widely differing ethnic types may be moulded by a
    • first, that the mediator between the two different kinds of Spirits
    • totally different. As we watch the life and activity of the Folk
    • development of wholly different Beings.
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    • know that the surface of the Earth shows different configurations and
    • that the different regions of the Earth provide widely differing
    • Clairvoyant consciousness presents a different picture. Whoever is
    • Switzerland it is different from Italy and again different in Norway,
    • etheric aura differs considerably from other etheric auras, from that
    • countries are of a different nature. Admittedly they preserve a
    • changes, and in this respect they differ from the human auras which
    • aspect of the etheric auras which is peculiar to the different
    • which works into the temperaments. The difference between the several
    • different emerges.
    • with clairvoyant consciousness, we study the different peoples, we
    • in certain respects, but who are otherwise totally different from
    • at the stage of the Folk Spirits, but endowed with quite different
    • are endowed with very different, with more robust attributes such as
    • their different approaches is the birth of language which could not
    • we see how two kinds of Beings of different rank work alternately in
    • thought. Hence the thought-life of man at different epochs is
    • occult knowledge and insight, we study the different peoples. We are
    • different conditions prevailed. The picture I have just presented
    • definitions. The authors must of necessity give different
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    • the astral, but in the etheric body, they differ fundamentally from
    • Folk Spirits, as different from that of man. Let us now, turn aside
    • of the Archangels. This is entirely different from the epistemology
    • of man; the Archangels start from a datum of a different order. For
    • latter are pursuing totally different aims — it is possible
    • directives to the Archangel of the different nations and these in
    • Portuguese were different from those of the united Spanish people.
    • the influence of these spiritual Beings is seen in the difference in
    • Spirits of Wisdom, Kyriotetes. I have referred to these different
    • into many different nations; races are different from folk
    • differentiating mankind the whole world over into races. When we look
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    • Because their evolution followed a different path they are in a
    • approximately and would have to go through a totally different
    • take on a different complexion, a totally different form. The
    • situation would have been totally different, so that everything
    • decline are subject to entirely different Beings who in one way or
    • the second third, thereby becoming a totally different being, he
    • plains is different from that in the mountains. Man therefore becomes
    • are indirectly the source of the racial differences in mankind
    • everywhere, for these differences depend upon the particular locality
    • different being if he were subject only to the influence of the
    • universal law. Since all men in their different incarnations pass
    • determined by the peculiar characteristics of these different centres
    • different configuration of those forces which work upon man.
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    • Self is incarnated in successive ages in different races and peoples.
    • races and all peoples since we are incarnated in different races at
    • different times.
    • the different nations. But this will be nothing more than a general
    • phenomena has a totally different conception of this “rocky
    • different. If, for example, only the Spirits of Will were to ray
    • the part of three different forces which proceed from three kinds of
    • different from that of today. With each new incarnation in the
    • Hierarchical Beings assumed a different form because in each of these
    • creates the different races. Then the normal and abnormal Time
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    • different Hierarchies have to coordinate their forces in such a way
    • problem from a different angle. We can only advance step by step in
    • the different centres on the Earth is again only valid for a specific
    • undifferentiated universal human from into the distinctive Ethiopian
    • senses predominates, so will the different peoples respond in this or
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    • behind at different points and from these nuclei were developed the
    • Powers directing these tribes or folk communities were at different
    • by our recognition of a number of widely differing Beings and
    • their different divinities are comprehended in a unity, receive the
    • into different Beings. In India, for example, the ultimate
    • language of objective fact often leads to quite different conclusions
    • Archangel stage and to subordinate himself in future to the different
    • destined to be furthered through the medium of the different Time
    • metamorphosed ever and again under the influence of different epochs.
    • the guidance of many different Archangels in order to become
    • differentiated. It is of course extremely difficult to speak
    • much still remained to be done. It was essential that the different
    • Archangels themselves. The individual peoples, indifferent to the
    • possible for Folk Souls and cultural patterns of widely differing
    • worked in many different ways.
    • time endowed with quite different potentialities, potentialities
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    • common features of Teutonic mythology are very different from the
    • differs widely from the substance of Graeco-Roman mythology. At the
    • different person might be wearing that uniform at those different
    • different Beings are present in Adonis and in Christ, then we are
    • specific differences of the Folk Spirits the manner in which a
    • Spirits, were all quite different from one another. Today we propose
    • participated in these civilizations differed from one another.
    • Vedas and later Indian literature — were totally different from
    • the Graeco-Latin peoples. They were different from the Persian, from
    • civilization. In what respect did they differ? The entire make-up of
    • the members of the ancient Indian peoples was completely different
    • misty exhalations. The soul of man was different too. He could not
    • yet differentiate between the various external sense perceptions; at
    • of these migrations man underwent many different stages of spiritual
    • indifference to the more advanced members of the Indian people in
    • Personality, but in a different form. In their case there was an
    • of it. The difference between the Germanic and Graeco-Latin peoples
    • nature are not yet differentiated and men are still undivided and
    • however, come from an entirely different realm from those we find
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    • a wholly different manner from the European and especially the
    • cognition of the ego is totally different from other forms of
    • But it is a different matter when the ego knows itself, for then the
    • universe. Hence the completely different atmosphere in the old Indian
    • invaded the human organism. Man would see the world differently if he
    • important difference between these descriptions in the Gospel of St.
    • are not heeded at all, nor is this difference noted in external
    • difference is very apparent in the contrast between India and Persia
    • as you will through the many different mythologies and conceptions of
    • three different ways: in the astral body, in the etheric body, and in
    • another and yet may originate from totally different causes.
    • injuries.” But there might have been a totally different
    • from an entirely different cause.
    • the same: the inner causes may be completely different.
    • man saw very differently from the man of today who uses a telescope —
    • Nordic man, of necessity, felt this differently; for a longer period
    • world again. But it will then appear different; other powers will
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    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
    • in the fulfillment of its special mission, we see a totally different
    • Egypto-Babylonian-Chaldean culture was again different. Here the
    • with the different nuances of the Sentient Soul, the Intellectual
    • different way. This accounts for that characteristic trait of
    • and from an entirely different angle. It seems very likely,
    • they present that which in spirit is wholly different from any other
    • Slavonic peoples) relation to the higher worlds is totally different.
    • different, of course, in conception and feeling — which we have
    • different sentient response, as associated more perhaps with the
    • conception of Christ is very different. He fully recognizes the dual
    • thus becomes totally different from the Western European conceptions
    • the Word or Logos”, and how differently St. John's Gospel
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    • you can read how miscegenation and contact between different peoples have
    • different light to those who have not undergone occult training. But
    • must assume a different form after man has undergone development on
    • something very different must supplant them. These future powers
    • prepared to act differently. Facts and facts alone must decide. We
    • do not differentiate between East and West. We accept with deep
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    • mankind to acquire knowledge in a way different from that of today.
    • art will know that we are aiming at something quite different. They
    • is something quite different from the customary stage technique. We
    • the whole performance, be that performance good or indifferent, that
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    • different trends — to the intellectual civilisation associated
    • in the world around me (a plant kingdom quite different from our
    • appeared very different from what it does today. It is very
    • customs, if we want to understand the completely different habit of
    • these three sheaths. These three have all become different in the
    • is the essential drive which makes these sheaths different? We have
    • the first period, was utterly different from a body of the present
    • different, everything has changed.
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • knowledge in a different way, and which transmutes the torch of
    • needed. In a different way the figure of the threefold Hecate
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    • completely different view of the world and of life, and of the
    • all this the Greek attitude of heart and soul was very different from
    • present interpretation. Putting aside all finer shades of difference,
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • something quite different from the momentary thought, that is what
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
    • the macrocosm than in the microcosm. Therein lies the difference
    • being, and I can describe to you the difference between external
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • astral and etheric man, one has a different taste from what one has
    • different terms. But it is also possible for the practising occultist
    • relationships of these four different areas, you get an impression of
    • their difference in strength. Then one receives a corresponding
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    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • they stand to us. We know that, under quite different conditions of
    • others in a different position. They were Angel Beings in the lowest
    • different in the Persian epoch. There it was not the Angels who
    • perfection. But there is one difference.
    • really an enormous difference between these two classes of Angels.
    • This difference has to do with the loftiest mystery of human
    • In order to give an account of this difference we have to introduce
    • There would have been a tremendous difference in the destiny of
    • be in our true home upon that star.’ That is the difference it
    • difference. The physical body of man is destined to disintegrate,
    • this we find the difference between all the planetary gods and the
    • the essential differences between the planetary spirits and the
    • Jupiter are seen from the Earth. Thus it is really a different stream
    • of humanity and a different stream of the higher hierarchies which
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    • sister. Persephone was a soul who had gone through a different
    • at as many different points as there are heads sitting here; but out
    • through a different development. She has passed through a development
    • fact that in our hearts we can still develop a different kind of
    • one who as a human being is already different, unites with what has
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    • possible to think and feel in an entirely different manner from the
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • quite different; the ego too for clairvoyant consciousness is
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • consciousness, bodies of quite different appearance from physical
    • even the Bible recognises that quite a different bodily form, one
    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • spiritual world, and has become a quite different being, a being
    • different from what lived in the gods of Zeus's world.
    • Then the human form would be different from what it actually is. If
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would be quite different from our external human body. But this
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
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    • was the fundamental difference? In their ideas about the upper gods,
    • essentially different was involved in what was associated with the
    • that something quite different from ordinary knowledge was cultivated
    • not to illusion — one has to set about it in quite a different
    • Spiritual Science which are given here, a different style, a
    • different method of presentation is used from the one to which
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • quite a different part of his soul. It does not follow that his
    • of it as an instrument for judgment in an entirely different
    • situation, from an entirely different viewpoint. Without
    • sometimes assume quite different names when they enter into the
    • can estimate what an entirely different world it was which the
    • beautiful in a different sense from that in which the late Greek
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    • Science differ fundamentally from those of other scientific or
    • it is however essentially different. The mood of
    • treasure out of the unconscious? We give it a different form from the
    • appearance man today would have looked very different.
    • clear that, in fact, man's appearance today is quite different
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • The difference is
    • this separation took place between the two different generations of
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    • very complicated currents arising from widely different spiritual
    • simplest mammals to the most complicated. In two different species of
    • mammal very different formative forces are at work. The mammals which
    • course of their development been subjected to quite different
    • admit that the forces at work in the mammals are quite different from
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • different from that of the mammal. Today I will not go into the
    • It is quite different
    • these different currents, he would have to say: ‘Something
    • aura of a Magdalene is quite different from that of a Mary! The
    • to discover him to be something quite different. We could then either
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    • widely different epochs men have formed conceptions of what really lies
    • different way, by gazing with penetration upon what was current among
    • compared with that of the Greeks, we think in a very different
    • has undergone many changes. Man has become very different. Far
    • different when we permeate our ideas, our abstract laws, with what in
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    • soul undergoes as the result of its different earthly lives, —
    • after study and contemplation of his different works has crystallized
    • of Christianity and all that preceded it seems to bear a different character
    • wholly to the powers of the spirit and soul. How utterly different,
    • persecutions among different patrician families, and of course, quarrels
    • the very Spirit's breath of Spring, although in a different way from
    • — a soul so different from the mood surrounding it in this town,
    • to Savonarela. True, the two men were different, but we must nevertheless
    • of Italy? Why was it that something entirely different made its appearance?
    • of the whole tragedy of the Christ. Quite a different peace, quite a
    • different Christian feeling must have flowed into the soul. And yet
    • so may it be said that the different “Spirits of the Age”
    • portrayed in quite a different sense, — a prove to us that there
    • of two ages, each clearly different from the other, — the pre-Grecian
    • to humanity will bear witness to this epoch, — an epoch differently
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    • soul undergoes as the result of its different earthly lives, —
    • after study and contemplation of his different works has crystallized
    • of Christianity and all that preceded it seems to bear a different character
    • wholly to the powers of the spirit and soul. How utterly different,
    • persecutions among different patrician families, and of course, quarrels
    • the very Spirit's breath of Spring, although in a different way from
    • — a soul so different from the mood surrounding it in this town,
    • to Savonarela. True, the two men were different, but we must nevertheless
    • of Italy? Why was it that something entirely different made its appearance?
    • of the whole tragedy of the Christ. Quite a different peace, quite a
    • different Christian feeling must have flowed into the soul. And yet
    • so may it be said that the different “Spirits of the Age”
    • portrayed in quite a different sense, — a prove to us that there
    • of two ages, each clearly different from the other, — the pre-Grecian
    • to humanity will bear witness to this epoch, — an epoch differently
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    • were ... Through the different positions of his spine, as compared with
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    • were ... Through the different positions of his spine, as compared with
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    • time at the Burgundian court are two very different characters —
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • the future it will be different again. The further we go back, the further
    • were still quite different from what they are to-day, when they were
    • a different humanity, in whom the super-sensible lived. Achilles is absolutely
    • in its forces, so that it forms one nation differently from another.
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    • time at the Burgundian court are two very different characters —
    • which represents quite a different condition of soul or consciousness
    • back in quite a different way to human antiquity than by ordinary science.
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • the future it will be different again. The further we go back, the further
    • were still quite different from what they are to-day, when they were
    • a different humanity, in whom the super-sensible lived. Achilles is absolutely
    • in its forces, so that it forms one nation differently from another.
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    • organism, but in a different guise. And so it is a fact that these
    • for him in high summer, quite different from its importance at other
    • specially enhanced condition. Material substances in different beings
    • the dragon as filled not with indifferent clouds but with showers of
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    • is different from the processes we observe in their coarse inorganic
    • whole experience of thinking would be different. We should then have
    • we should find the whole thing quite different. We should observe
    • the Sun-influence on her becomes different, just as it is different
    • taken any earthly nourishment, it was a quite different being from
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    • difference between winter-limestone and spring-limestone. But this
    • were. Then we find a subtle difference between winter-limestone and
    • bodily form into one that looked quite different — a sclerotic
    • The difference is not apparent in the coarser kind of activities, but
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    • processes become different directly they enter into the human
    • nature is different as soon as it enters a human being. No process
    • not true. Whatever enters the human being becomes different
    • immediately. And the forces which make it different proceed in a
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    • History will be presented quite differently. It is certain
    • will play quite a different and much more important part
    • ideas, there is a very different story to tell. In his
    • like the Germanic, with quite different ideas of religion and
    • of their very souls, had lived hitherto with quite different
    • were simple men — began to utter in different tongues, truths
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    • different state of consciousness. The moment came when it
    • indicating a withdrawal into an altogether different
    • looks quite different during the time of an eclipse. I shall
    • quite a different appearance. It is an experience that in the
    • different from when, during the night, the sun is merely not
    • different during an eclipse of the sun from what it is during
    • different state of consciousness. Therefore not until now did
    • — in the quite different Form in which He appeared after
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    • only in a somewhat different form.
    • existence altogether different from those of the earth. What
    • of existence altogether different from those of the
    • undergone by Christ are fundamentally different from those
    • are, people will think differently in many respects. Matters
    • True, they were aware of a certain difference but the
    • difference was too slight to enable them always to perceive it
    • again how different it was with the Christ Being from what it
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    • quite a different direction. And that of which he now
    • with the Essene Order had come about in quite a different way
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    • From many different points of view we are learning to realise
    • different was my life before that change! His thoughts often
    • ancient Mysteries of the different peoples, and of how much of
    • different standpoints, as I have often stressed. I have made
    • indifferent even to the speech used in His environment —
    • who had become, through Him, quite different from those
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    • different in the future.
    • and physical body. It is different with those organs which are the
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    • different in the future.
    • and physical body. It is different with those organs which are the
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    • was speaking. Indeed the whole difference between the spiritual
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    • quite different. I mean the function it long ago assumed
    • extended into a different region, precisely in order to attain
    • developments. Something quite different suited human nature in
    • and for exhaling, different from that used in ordinary,
    • experience of self something quite different from what we
    • ways of knowledge must be different. We shall be speaking of
    • Today's way of knowledge must be entirely different. We have
    • have a different effect, because of the change in the human
    • content itself becomes a matter of complete indifference, and
    • inclined, we imagine the relationship differently. We
    • directions the needle is indifferent. Everything in this
    • is internally differentiated, and we learn the significance of
    • orientate it differently in the universe, we should have to
    • become different people; but we have done so by
    • beyond them, gaining an attitude of indifference to them
    • we were not so robust and did not remain indifferent to them
    • that we must advance to an entirely different type of
    • natural science. It seeks to attempt something different: we
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    • vagueness and lack of differentiation of the child's
    • impulse in the life of the soul to be different from this
    • “mind's eye” unveiled is as different from the life
    • spiritual realm, will have a different way of looking at our
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    • differentiated whole, a great deal has to be discovered about
    • powers differently nowadays from the way they were developed in
    • quite different to the man of today from what it was, for
    • perceive how they differ from the position within this
    • rather different from that of earlier times.
    • hand, and for achieving human freedom on the other, differs
    • something very different from that of earlier epochs.
    • history to encounter something quite different. Let us go back,
    • meant something different from what we mean when we speak of a
    • different from ours, where thought has already separated
    • different temper of soul if we are to penetrate into the real
    • different basis from that which later prevailed. Later,
    • differently from scientific or artistic experience. The vital
    • more we find that its spiritual life is something different
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    • differs from our own, it has a curious effect. Once we allow
    • quite different form, further West — and in this
    • These are differences of temper in the attitude to life of East
    • and West. And these different tempers multifariously combine in
    • Englishman himself observes that a quite different spirit
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    • (though they are viewed very differently today from the way he
    • cognition, so that by attaining a different form of
    • different from that usually adopted today. People today dissect
    • it is one quite different in kind from what we observe within
    • see how in fact differences of thought can also operate
    • differentiation is permeated by vitalized thinking. And from
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    • seem like photographs of life from different sides. Yet people
    • really mean something different; they mean man's feeling that
    • since childhood. This is something quite different from living
    • different shapes. We must move forward to an education which
    • could be understood by the young in a quite different manner
    • someone who lives in a different social constellation.
    • different: experience of the spiritual, not merely excogitation
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    • things are rather different. There is a tendency towards what
    • thought even in Central Europe differs from that in Western
    • understanding when, by the quite different modern path into
    • religious views themselves have taken on quite different forms,
    • years ago there in the Far East on quite different cultural
    • observe a significant difference. In the Chinese Socialism
    • by it. For the Greeks it was different. And that is why Goethe
    • difference: Phoenician economic life is the product of
    • built on a quite different branch of the economy — on
    • differentiated of course in one direction and another.
    • fundamentally the English way of thinking differs from the
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    • different in type from the Europeans of later
    • however, is that these men of different type did not have the
    • the entire social organization of humanity took on a different
    • aspect. It has a different appearance in civilized Europe
    • phenomenon turns out to have a quite different significance in
    • different ages.
    • like — how it would have to be different from the ways
    • — fought quite differently from the way such battles have
    • experience of the different forms of mankind. These differences
    • exist outside us. In society, differentiation is necessary; we
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    • kinds of different ways, within the most varied
    • given institution might be different. Instead, I argued that a
    • what he has is something quite different. I would say:
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
    • has an ear for such things can perceive a marked difference
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    • different, the obstacles to change are legion, so that what we
    • practice, cannot be realized! There are differences of rank and
    • organism does not die, and to this extent it differs from the
    • the differential and integral calculus was discovered by
    • sphere has to be created among men. This is a different stage
    • quite different from those controlling the other two fields of
    • very different walks of life. It is not just theory, but
    • find that for a given period — every period is different
    • this, you will find that differences of rank and class follow
    • These are two different types of crisis. Such things are not
    • develop forces of decline arising from differences of
    • indifferently for one purpose or another.
    • by quite distinct and different factors: spiritual life, legal
    • have reflected in very different ways on this tripartite
    • have quite different determinants, and that we must therefore
    • different systems function together, and how they best combine
    • correspond to these three different aspects of life entered
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    • and naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance.
    • from what has just been told you. The prophets of different peoples
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    • and naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance.
    • from what has just been told you. The prophets of different peoples
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    • naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance. I
    • has just been told you. The prophets of different peoples were of
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    • naturally, entirely different connections make their appearance. I
    • has just been told you. The prophets of different peoples were of
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    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • our age to-day, who experiences his inner being in a different
    • And in the 4th Post Atlantean age — it was different in
    • as everything can thus be explained by the different Sciences,
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    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • our age to-day, who experiences his inner being in a different
    • And in the 4th Post Atlantean age — it was different in
    • as everything can thus be explained by the different Sciences,
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    • lecture differ in several ways from the other versions
    • his life of the senses and of soul becoming something different
    • why. In theory things look different from practice; even the
    • is a different question altogether. It is also not a question
    • same coin, two different demands of human beings who have
    • different form. If we consider cultural progress from the
    • compensated in different incarnations, for it directs itself
    • from assumptions entirely different from those that arise out
    • working conditions? He wants a different relation regarding
    • theories can look at life entirely differently. He doesn't need
    • worker stood in an entirely different relation to his master.
    • different. Today the luxury that I receive is crystallized
    • it looks different from what it turns out to be in life out
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    • his life of the senses and of soul becoming something different
    • why. In theory things look different from practice; even the
    • is a different question altogether. It is also not a question
    • same coin, two different demands of human beings who have
    • different form. If we consider cultural progress from the
    • compensated in different incarnations, for it directs itself
    • from assumptions entirely different from those that arise out
    • working conditions? He wants a different relation regarding
    • theories can look at life entirely differently. He doesn't need
    • worker stood in an entirely different relation to his master.
    • different. Today the luxury that I receive is crystallized
    • it looks different from what it turns out to be in life out
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    • combine — because of the inability to differentiate
    • between — these different kinds of themes. We see that
    • What a different experience is ours in the buildings
    • Consecration with different emotions from those of a latter
    • day; what a different experience, where mysticism was incarnate
    • humanity; how different are the buildings where, in the fitting
    • different from those evolved by our building. But it is at
    • so — anything so different from what has hitherto
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • combine — because of the inability to differentiate
    • between — these different kinds of themes. We see that
    • What a different experience is ours in the buildings
    • Consecration with different emotions from those of a latter
    • day; what a different experience, where mysticism was incarnate
    • humanity; how different are the buildings where, in the fitting
    • different from those evolved by our building. But it is at
    • so — anything so different from what has hitherto
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • different units.’ In other words it seemed wrong to the
    • work differently, and which in spite of being a study which must
    • types of people, on the most varied views even on the different
    • life, who are quite different from each other in their points of
    • different. More than then the only right method of strict Science
    • towards what is called knowledge as it is with different painters,
    • sitting round a mountain, and painting it from different
    • different, though it is the same mountain they paint. You will get
    • a tolerant investigation into the different standpoints of
    • that we have to differentiate between the external and the inner
    • presented with three different gifts by the three Kings; the Brazen
    • different powers of the soul in the figures of his story. Goethe
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    • shall see there is a great difference between the two. Take, for
    • Science is therefore different from other one-sided
    • differences when we examine the region of ideas and their
    • million people differ in their opinions about them. If you have
    • omits the differentiating features and puts together the common ones.
    • different realities in opposition. Schiller trained himself
    • different shapes, in lower or higher places, and so on. Now he
    • Science or otherwise. The light of the different religious
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    • us the different stages of Goethe's growth. It is endlessly
    • Faust-creation appear to us in different ways, according to
    • little. And having brought to expression in many different ways
    • Goethe met in the different branches of knowledge of the High
    • these different writers no longer really understood the
    • undifferentiated right through the mineral, plant and animal
    • difference. In the twelfth century it was possible for those minds
    • difference was made. But to Goethe, all that he received through
    • conscious of the great difference between people who had been
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    • a.D. The difference goes
    • different from that of the man of to-day. I should like to show
    • ten thousand, or fifteen thousand years ago, and how different
    • he was in nature from the Greek, and how still more different
    • difference in inner perception!
    • this was different. The way in which he was able to breathe was
    • different experience. What we call ‘will’ was quite unknown to
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    • when one takes into consideration the totally different
    • differently constituted from the men of later times. And the
    • this was closely connected with the altogether different
    • fire somewhere or other. But what a difference between the
    • at school to-day. The difference between their consciousness
    • was different. Of course the abstract forms of letters which we
    • difference does not he in the content of consciousness. You
    • Therein lies the whole difference between the initiates of
    • difference in the content of consciousness, but in the way of
    • be able to detect the radical difference between the
    • described to you, man stood in an altogether different relation
    • differences between different parts of the inhabited Earth have
    • to-day lost their chief meaning. At that time these differences
    • perception a different attitude of mind and soul. For them, all
    • means look on the knowledge thus attained with the indifference
    • Greece, we find a somewhat different development. Over in
    • temporal memory; now we have these two quite different
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    • of their own being quite differently.
    • different examples. To-day we will follow one thread, the same
    • earlier, some later, from the different planets, having
    • You may read of this from a somewhat different point of view in
    • cultivated and taught there in diverse ways at different times.
    • the Earth and by learning to know the Earth with its different
    • configurations in different places, that man gained
    • they could observe from the different forms and shapes of the
    • Earth in different places; and not of the Earth in its physical
    • different from their experience at home. For man's
    • sensitiveness to the deep differences that subsist between
    • different places of the Earth has gone.
    • indeed totally different from ours. And what such personalities
    • themselves in quite a different way. And when we observe in
    • totally different form in the later life, when the
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    • decay, it is something quite different, subject to quite other
    • ideas about it. That is certainly so. But it is a different
    • With the other, the male statue, he had a different
    • experiences of quite a different character. Here he experienced
    • speech would go forth from him neutrally, indifferently; he
    • and Aristotle stood in an altogether different relation to the
    • Earth the kingdoms of the elemental beings.’ How different from
    • quite a different goal. We feel as though what I have just
    • caressingly over some part of his body, feeling the difference
    • have described to you able to perceive a difference between the
    • other differentiations man still experiences to-day, though
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    • in many different Mysteries in an equally sublime manner to
    • growing up, being changed, taking on different shapes and forms
    • Towards the animals, on the other hand, man had a different
    • grand and sublime, but they are essentially different from the
    • wholly different experience from the man who belonged to the
    • very significant. For there was yet another difference between
    • different manifestations were received deep in a mountain cave
    • different, according as one was far inland in Asia or on the
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    • I had to describe the different worlds that come under consideration
    • and feeling, different even from what we have observed in
    • Ephesus we first find a difference. There the pupils in the
    • different again from what it was in Greece.
    • transition to a third world, that is in reality as different
    • from the preceding Roman world as this latter was different
    • they would have had quite different ideas of the Christ Who
    • all their own; they read differently from the works of other
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
    • With Aristotle it is different. With Aristotle you never have
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    • — for there they work differently than in the other
    • was still a clear perception of the great difference that
    • men were keenly alive to the difference between such metals as
    • Such indeed is the difference between arms and legs. The legs
    • The difference can never be found by investigating the physical
    • to establish the fact that the appearance is different in the
    • action; in the human organism they become different from what
    • changed to something quite different. The human being is
    • converting it into something altogether different.
    • processes, the radical difference between men of the 12th and
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    • substances into something utterly different from all that is
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    • happening which summons men to adopt a spirituality different
    • brought to men's consciousness in very many different ways.
    • different connection there is another factor as well.
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    • essentially different in kind from those I have been permitted
    • try first — today in a somewhat different way from the
    • different concept of knowledge from the one we are accustomed
    • experiences. In a different way such dreams are connected with
    • entirely different the experience is when looking outward
    • can a different form of knowledge-concept be produced from that
    • different. And anyone who strengthens his thinking more and
    • we first submitted ourselves, but are entirely different. And
    • were. But these pictures are truly different from those we
    • of our birth. This tableau is intrinsically different
    • different. And if one succeeds, again through long
    • we must first become accustomed, a language utterly different
    • takes shape. One notices how undifferentiated this brain was
    • you. We come to know that the lifeless world has a different
    • building has to be based on an entirely different conception of
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    • essentially different in kind from those I have been permitted
    • try first — today in a somewhat different way from the
    • different concept of knowledge from the one we are accustomed
    • experiences. In a different way such dreams are connected with
    • entirely different the experience is when looking outward
    • can a different form of knowledge-concept be produced from that
    • different. And anyone who strengthens his thinking more and
    • we first submitted ourselves, but are entirely different. And
    • were. But these pictures are truly different from those we
    • of our birth. This tableau is intrinsically different
    • different. And if one succeeds, again through long
    • we must first become accustomed, a language utterly different
    • takes shape. One notices how undifferentiated this brain was
    • you. We come to know that the lifeless world has a different
    • building has to be based on an entirely different conception of
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    • experiences things in a certain way; in the 4th in a different way;
    • in the 3rd in a still different way. One thus sees how the mood of
    • He was subject to a different delusion, not in
    • Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat differently to what
    • arrangement of those degrees there was a quite different thought.
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
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    • experiences things in a certain way; in the 4th in a different way;
    • in the 3rd in a still different way. One thus sees how the mood of
    • He was subject to a different delusion, not in
    • Golgotha. Men certainly had to think somewhat differently to what
    • arrangement of those degrees there was a quite different thought.
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
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    • acquired in the physical world. We must have different ideas
    • world-conceptions are a matter of complete indifference, They
    • completely indifferent to all these points of view.
    • indifference whether there is real clairvoyant vision or
    • indifference towards all existence that has to do with the
    • different in form from that of Michelangelo's . Our thinking
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    • acquired in the physical world. We must have different ideas
    • world-conceptions are a matter of complete indifference, They
    • completely indifferent to all these points of view.
    • indifference whether there is real clairvoyant vision or
    • indifference towards all existence that has to do with the
    • different in form from that of Michelangelo's . Our thinking
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    • enthusiasm in different things, or devotion to them, and by
    • souls with widely different characters, racial and national
    • peculiarities, with widely different temperaments, and
    • holding widely differing religious and philosophical views,
    • what was said last year, though with a different intention,
    • differences. Christ's disciple is one who regards mere human
    • then say that the brain will be differently affected when it
    • society which plays cards? Different processes are at work in
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    • enthusiasm in different things, or devotion to them, and by
    • souls with widely different characters, racial and national
    • peculiarities, with widely different temperaments, and
    • holding widely differing religious and philosophical views,
    • what was said last year, though with a different intention,
    • differences. Christ's disciple is one who regards mere human
    • then say that the brain will be differently affected when it
    • society which plays cards? Different processes are at work in
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    • Homer, or Shakespeare. He stands in a different relationship to
    • event in an entirely different role; he is drawn into that,
    • indifferent public existence, and where they could really enter
    • a different field of operation, to Weimar. The Duke of Weimar
    • Each became something different through the other; each enriched
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    • would have become entirely different human beings if only small
    • particles in their brains had been different. According to this
    • different constitution of the brain.
    • that if Columbus's brain had been a little different he would
    • have been a different sort of man, a fool, who then would not
    • their lives were different, of course, but that in their
    • course of his life, how he becomes an utterly different person
    • become something quite different in Goethe because the same
    • something quite different — how does it come about that he
    • There is really a tremendous difference between Goethe's mood
    • up to 1775 and that after 1775, a difference that may be
    • entirely different mood in spite of the fact that his nature
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    • be drawn from the difference between these individual lives and
    • something quite different and must be kept quite distinct. In
    • Then an entirely different relationship comes about during the
    • individual enters into an entirely different relationship with
    • different air is taken in. Thus, what is outside takes on the
    • wisdom-filled tasks as he can. It is, however, a different kind
    • differently from an ordinary scholar. What did he experience
    • different. If these individuals who are experiencing these
    • different understanding of what Goethe, even in youth,
    • quite different to him than they would have been if he had not
    • which is an utterly different kind of dreaming — the moment
    • external world to something different so that through it a
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    • increasingly become different in the future. But a sort of
    • consist in the ever increasing differentiation and
    • immediately aware of a radical difference between what is
    • differentiation of vocational life will necessarily occur. It
    • profession will take on an entirely different meaning. Today we
    • vocational life must become something different from what it
    • something different. The subtle pulsations lying in the human
    • be a matter of indifference from whom a certain preparation is
    • different vibrations when they make these signals, and the
    • indifference to and withdrawal from life, which is frequently
    • human beings will again perform their work from different
    • replaced by others of a different sort. In this connection we
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    • about sixteen was wrecked. He then had to turn to a different
    • the consciousness itself is behaving quite differently. In view
    • possess a different stage of maturity from what comes from the
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    • occult science is directed toward an entirely different
    • have mentioned in a different connection, Friedrich Theodor
    • new way that is different from that of earlier epochs.
    • different complexities of life in their artistic creation than
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    • and sixteenth years, accepting that it differs according to
    • characteristics. It is entirely different in animals because
    • the preceding incarnation. Note the difference. During the
    • can face the world in counsel and deed in an entirely different
    • evolution when we advise him or her to assume a different
    • differs from earlier human types. He answered by saying that in
    • sense such things in different ways, however, depending on
    • differently. The Western thinker describes this perspective of
    • have an entirely different purpose, but I wish to make clear to
    • different concepts but they are not at all more significant or
    • truth as their objective but are really seeking quite different
    • then have taken an entirely different course. But certain
    • estimate thoroughly the difference between this current and one
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    • life differently than is often done by those who have not been
    • But he had a somewhat different
    • But now I would like to relate this life story in a different
    • humanity evolves and how these are quite different from those
    • is, simply a little different from other animals just as other
    • animals differ from one another. That is the very point these
    • consciousness of the cat is not in the least different from
    • the same indifferent but hurried pace, one just like another. I
    • indifferent words. A child had run across the street, had been
    • was different from what it was on my father. That inner
    • had attained as knowledge. In my case it was quite different;
    • different with the Greeks. When they surrendered themselves to
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    • different. When we review all the concepts such individuals
    • spirit in a temporal epoch. We live today in a different
    • Romans because we are controlled by a different time spirit,
    • different in connection with this one word; that is, his own
    • men had an entirely different significance for the rest of
    • different meaning during the time when the ancient atavistic
    • combination of sounds, a different world surrounded the human
    • proceed until he had thought out something different to replace
    • different forces having an entirely different significance for
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    • different was concealed behind it. If we wish to know what was
    • who control the guidance of different peoples, the archangels.
    • beings in an entirely different way from that of the gods of
    • the ancient religions — in an entirely different way. “Where
    • other persons make their gods. The Christ is found in different
    • come to a most important differentiation, which can be taken
    • another within this differentiation, which must inevitably be
    • Christ demands something more, something different. He demands
    • but since that time — everything has become quite different.
    • belonging to an entirely different nation takes possession of
    • preparing to be a member of a different nation, the bond of
    • Christ in what extends above all differentiations of men can
    • differentiation. He is a being in whose presence we must say,
    • differentiation. The Christ in me leads me beyond earthly
    • differentiations, teaches me to feel that what has been
    • produced by earthly differentiation is suffering, that it
    • that entered humanity through the fact that differentiations
    • the sins of differentiation and cleansed man of them. Mithras
    • endured all that enters into the differentiations of man
    • indifferent way but to fulfill a divine service and bring
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    • these internal lectures was different from the one necessary for the
    • writings, which derives from two different backgrounds. The exclusively
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    • We know how differently men perceived and experienced before
    • regard the Sun, for example, quite differently from the way
    • different incarnations, so the earth finds itself as Jupiter,
    • to different grouping, different arrangement. And what is
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    • humanly — it is rather different. There we must look upon
    • take an impression but must proceed differently. Think away
    • feeling, or to put it differently, when man learns to look at
    • quite different, by the thoughts that have been working and
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    • to draw this diagram differently. He turns his soul-life to
    • differentiated. So to follow up this soul-life further I
    • physical man the organs are differentiated, here the
    • different currents must be separated. It can be said: in here
    • physical life — if I leave out the differentiations and
    • this should look rather different from what a short time ago
    • different. Try simply to see man's aura — as it is while
    • different from one another as the head man and extremities
    • only differ because they are at different stages of
    • fact that two equal physical things at different stages of
    • that, though outwardly physically different, this is only due
    • leaf of the plant and the red petal of the rose are different
    • metamorphoses, the same thing at a different stage, man's
    • (it would appear thus to soul perception but different for
    • were living a different life. Thus the hierarchies were
    • living differently in every man. The Greek knew the reality
    • each in a different way, the cosmic thoughts of the
    • differently these figures appeared different.
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    • social affairs, and especially on the different economic
    • different; and not to state anything about Man's free will,
    • indifference, what one produced; one grew
    • — a matter of complete indifference, when the object is
    • of complete indifference, whether one does so by
    • a different example again. Even Lichtenberg in his day once
    • of indifference, what he is producing for and what he is paid
    • transacted between the different Associations; then you will
    • different.” How would Dr. Steiner explain the
    • difference? — Dr. Steiner replied:)
    • differently in life's service! I think one may not unjustly
    • money-market, — where it is a matter of indifference,
    • the matter will see, that the three different systems of life
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    • which the different members of the audience may have more
    • then, in a little while, things will be different. And so
    • who talk a very different language: namely the broad masses
    • very different. Yet they were but a small Few, who went out
    • differently; you ought to call in a specialist; you ought to
    • the attempts that have been made, and give them a different
    • ‘association,’ in which the different
    • indifference. We no longer trouble ourselves to-day about
    • actual economic industry, to carry on the different branches
    • making things different; and, first and foremost, that we
    • different things besides. And if you go through the whole
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    • such problems I am obliged to take a quite different course
    • spirit normally has to proceed differently, especially
    • has a different relationship to human life. In our soul life
    • thing where we have to admit that it has a quite different
    • different nature from what can otherwise be found by normal
    • it has to develop into something different. For it has to be
    • able to see and perceive something different from what can be
    • soul has to attain a quite different constitution from the one
    • different kind of perception. In my writings, where more
    • our thinking, our minds in a different direction from the
    • two particular respects we have to be able to differentiate
    • place in the soul. Whoever has not learned to differentiate
    • other thing that has to be differentiated from what I have
    • experience. We have to find quite different inner forces in our
    • are quite different from those we must use when ordinary
    • our ordinary life, but only a different kind of knowledge
    • — we then have quite a different relationship to the
    • different person. Many misunderstandings arise in the outside
    • states, in this condition of soul, the soul has a different
    • everyday senses, quite differently from the somewhat
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    • sorts of differences but in which it would become
    • different aspects of this, starting from the various
    • two nations are quite different in character. The one is the
    • clearly differentiated epochs according to the inner character
    • Then there comes a time which is sharply differentiated from
    • superseded by a quite different way of thinking and quite
    • different inner motives. In place of the merely comradely sort
    • individualism. Lamprecht differentiates it from the earlier
    • difference between these two people and the way they look at
    • they find a few sentences the same with two different authors
    • spirit can detect the difference between the American
    • great difference — on the one hand a personal
    • different way when one is confronted by another person and has
    • the fact that something quite different was also happening in
    • conscious in us in a quite different way from our perceptions
    • life and historical evolution from a different source than what
    • different configuration of the human soul. What in the science
    • century, what is suddenly different in what takes place, only
    • consciousness soul has a quite different relationship to
    • expression quite differently in such people as the Italian or
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    • particular way so it becomes quite a different power in the
    • be developed into something quite different in the soul from
    • undertaken in order that the thinking becomes a different power
    • naturally has quite a different significance, must be applied
    • whole mood of our soul life has become different under the
    • assumes quite a different character under the influence of
    • these exercises. It really becomes quite a different power in
    • different world. From this moment onward we know that what in
    • though they proceeded along a different path and used different
    • the other hand is so radically different from it that one could
    • reason this state is radically different from the state of
    • the seed in the flower, which having lived a different life in
    • further life on earth. The only difference is that
    • is different.
    • clairvoyance, but in a quite different way the spiritual enters
    • different kind of connection. What lives in the spiritual world
    • degree of truth it contains. This is no different from being
    • our will so that they can evolve differently from the way they
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    • conflict of different philosophical systems; each chooses
    • Something comes about in this way which is different in
    • actively testing and criticizing. That is a difference in
    • entirely different. These have the aim of making possible the
    • its own content that it is something utterly different from
    • something different from which it was in sense perception. It
    • something quite different for the kind of research which uses
    • every organ in a different way.
    • would this home have been built by a different spiritual
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    • different kind from those of earlier times. The science of
    • differently about such matters today, nevertheless what I have
    • the different species, from the simplest living being right up
    • differentiation. The egg cell of a hen is just as fully
    • differentiated from that of a frog as a hen itself is different
    • that the difference between the individual egg cells is as
    • great as is the difference between the various species we see
    • are, according to Naegeli and Hertwig, just as different as are
    • is it much different when — I can only mention this
    • natural science and tries to go quite a different way, and this
    • quite different kind of perception, as far as it is possible
    • that makes us aware of the difference between this
    • is no difference between the way the ego should be imagined in
    • dream pictures? What is the difference between the waking and
    • differentiates waking life from sleeping and dreaming.
    • become any different from anyone else. But if he is to receive
    • Here something quite different happens. We start with something
    • different, a body which exists as a fact for the science of
    • directed to a second, essentially different cause in the
    • Morality — though quite a different kind of morality from
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    • Yes, in practice things are different from what they seem to
    • recognized the fact. However much the two differ, because
    • in a different way. Those who exploit their fellow men would
    • think this through and one will then find a different way of
    • on the ability of our forefathers, or on quite different
    • well as possible, all my actions will take on a different
    • certainly hardly be differentiated from the first. This simply
    • self-interest. It would be quite different, however, if work
    • a quite different unfolding of the powers and capacities of the
    • something quite different from a more or less undefined
    • it makes no difference that, for instance, the Greek way
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    • music, is represented in Eurhythmy by means of a different
    • artistic medium, by a different form of speech. Hence, as you
    • different way of judging Gymnastics. Just recently a famous
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    • music, is represented in Eurhythmy by means of a different
    • artistic medium, by a different form of speech. Hence, as you
    • different way of judging Gymnastics. Just recently a famous
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    • Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West.
    • Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West.
    • Differentation of
    • History, is added; but as a truth of quite a different
    • became different according to the different territories of the
    • civilisation of the different earthly races, you may say:
    • That what the human beings of the different races upon earth
    • have known, differed from the beginning. One can distinguish
    • how did it become ever more and more differentiated? We must
    • different races to the external conditions of the earth. We
    • can to some extent get an idea of this differentiation if we
    • (In the 19th century it was somewhat different), but in the
    • will be differentiated all over the earth according to their
    • goes through different metamorphosis and then reappears in
    • differentiated, as it were, to such an extreme degree that
    • them — the explanations of different men concerning their
    • their different points of view!
    • to-day it tends above all to differentiate into the three
    • the intellectual; and further differentiations again within
    • human beings who approach them with such differentiations.
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    • different considerations we have brought forward, you can
    • world, Above all it is necessary that into different sciences
    • different creeds, have been crippled in various directions,
    • Confession, These are but different expression of what
    • fact that all that was once different, has been utterly and
    • differently about the things of the external world. They did
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    • different, for example, he feels aggrieved that the hitherto
    • objections is certainly not very different. One just has to
    • hypotheses” they differentiate only between body and
    • which man is a different being from what he was in earlier
    • into a different relation with the animal world — for
    • a quite different attitude to the spirit. Naturally this must
    • the knowledge that man bears within him different impulses
    • imposes upon you. You will find many things different from
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    • the lecture should, in his opinion, have been different
    • very different! It should be noticed however, that one
    • scientific point of view, both are quite different from the
    • of human evolution wherein man has become a different being
    • relationship to the animal world different from that which
    • different from what they were a comparatively short time ago;
    • ago, to put moral science on a different basis, and in my
    • put from as many different points of view as possible —
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    • different facts which face us in the world.
    • of the experiences he has had in the different towns is a
    • a different set of circumstances. Through the experiences
    • something entirely different from what is often said in
    • the life of the soul, different experiences, in consecutive
    • passes on to different points in universal, in cosmic space.
    • comparison. We shall see too that the difference between the
    • of his earth life, differences in the content of his soul
    • concretely to observe the differences in the soul life of the
    • different epochs of which I have already spoken. And then
    • then cosmic space becomes a very different thing to the
    • makes on inwardly a different man. A man learns to feel
    • souls there exists things that are very different from what
    • presentiment that muck ought to be different — let us
    • anyone has this in view in education it is a very different
    • several different points of view. I have intimated that we
    • can feed himself by a science that is quite different from
    • in front of one. This will produce quite a different kind of
    • different metamorphoses. Otherwise we shall never get out of
    • different point of space. Suppose you travel from Stuttgart
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    • sense-perception of the ear and reveals itself in different
    • tones, just as the light reveals itself in different colours.
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    • may be differently perceived by many people. The fact
    • more or less represent two different types. On the one hand
    • would be quite different. It cannot pursue its own life,
    • in both cases is something quite different, In the one case,
    • absolutely different from what is presented to our senses.
    • quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
    • naturally took a different form from that of our day, of, for
    • for all colours because the colours say very different
    • expresses something quite different in value from yellow
    • different forms as, shall we say, crystals in their rock bed,
    • whole, through metamorphosis to become something different;
    • it comprises with this something different, a new product of
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    • the difference between them and it is a considerable one.
    • perception is quite different. The essential point to realise
    • seership differs fundamentally from the activity out of which
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • distinct in itself. Architecture differs from music,
    • a quite different form from that of ordinary life.
    • unfolds within him as a seer and is quite different from the
    • As a new life of feeling — different from that of
    • different nature. Before he can establish connection with
    • with his different kind of thinking and perception, the seer
    • different sides. That is the way in which the seer comes into
    • reveals something quite different. When we perceive a man's
    • speech lives in three different spheres. There is the sphere
    • that our attitude to the words of a seer must be different
    • super-sensible knowledge, only in different clothing.And it is
    • connection with different forms of artistic activity.
    • faculty of seership develops, we enter into a different
    • seek for the spiritual life in a different way. It is no
    • are different. Those who understand such matters know that it
    • was different from the experience which expressed itself in
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    • to know how to maintain the cohesion of the different parts of his being
    • inasmuch as the structure and nature of his head differs essentially
    • in man and in respect to which human beings do not differ so very much
    • of outer Nature. The knowledge we thus acquire passes over into a different
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    • enthusiasm in different things, or devotion to them, and by
    • souls with widely different characters, racial and national
    • peculiarities, with widely different temperaments, and
    • holding widely differing religious and philosophical views,
    • what was said last year, though with a different intention,
    • differences. Christ's disciple is one who regards mere human
    • then say that the brain will be differently affected when it
    • society which plays cards? Different processes are at work in
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    • certainly was quite a different sort of relationship. What
    • different from death in a human being. And in the divine worlds
    • different from what did happen before the Mystery of Golgotha
    • divine worlds He chose a different destiny from the other
    • differently human beings looked back upon the Mystery of
    • Golgotha during the first centuries A.D., how differently those
    • Golgotha quite differently from later periods. And it is not
    • different manner, namely through clothing the Mystery of
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    • first of all that differences exist among the beings who occupy
    • something entirely different from other human beings.
    • Christianity was spread was entirely different from that of
    • time also something entirely different came into existence in
    • different external setting. And just as in the case of
    • different mystery, which now carried the whole evolution
    • something entirely different. Realities are what matter!
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    • different cognitive perception ought to be gained or not. So
    • that we understand by such means this different cognitive
    • different from one another. We know the state of wakefulness,
    • entirely different state of consciousness. What happens because
    • concepts, we would be doing something completely different of
    • entire soul constitution a different person. Each intellectual
    • memory that is different from what had been perceived in the
    • different mental power than previously. Previously the power of
    • differences in accordance with the content! Indeed, if these
    • slightly different way. Because he will understand, yes, that
    • very different stance with respect to this physical-sensory
    • this earth life as a different personality, taken to a higher
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    • age must seek his super-sensible knowledge in a different way. He cannot
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    • but one could also imagine and say that that would be different in the
    • the religious element formed quite differently during the past centuries.
    • different from that which one thought centuries ago.
    • world views to themselves in quite different way than in former times.
    • the sensuous origin of the human being. The different layers which there
    • different states; states of particular kind, so that one could imagine
    • of the earth. One investigated the different layers of the earth and
    • It was clear that modern science was something radically different from
    • hundred years ago with quite different eyes: when did they come into
    • differently than modern science, that, however, that which the ancient
    • the different religious systems with their profound truths. The religious
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    • The differences between the single investigators are much slighter in
    • stand on different points and look at a city. If they draw a picture
    • of the city, these pictures are somewhat different from each other,
    • the world views are different which are described according to the own
    • and differs only in the perspective of the point of view.
    • quite differently than other professors of philosophy since the 17th
    • feel, that is a different matter. You have to consider what one roughly
    • calls feeling. We want to keep in mind how the plant differs from the
    • animal. Just as the plant differs from the stone by the etheric body,
    • the body of the animal is different as a feeling body again from the
    • flame; but with the difference which the astral colours have compared
    • only a description of the different fields of life, but shows also the
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    • about the composition of the human being and about the different parts
    • that in the sequence of the different species and genera in the animal
    • organism is not different from its ancestor.
    • a difference is added to this similarity in the course of time. It is,
    • are like their ancestors, and of that in what they are different. The
    • why the difference exists unless the law of heredity were there. One
    • could also not understand why the descendant is different, so that this
    • difference is added to the similarity. This connection of similarity
    • and difference gives the concept of physical development. You find it
    • a drastic difference between the human life and the animal life. One
    • must have realised, one must have completely thought through this difference,
    • difference of humanity and the animal realm clear to you now. It expresses
    • are only transitions, gradual differences, and that is why that which
    • you will find that a radical difference exists between the biography
    • or a Mr. Schultz. However, it differs substantially from any animal
    • of the human being is substantially different. The individual of the
    • being goes beyond that. It only concerns the radical difference of a
    • soul, as the inner life of the human being, in what one differs human
    • Ignoring finer differences again, we call the sum of the animal habits
    • The human beings have different
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    • looks at the development of the human mind in the different forms of
    • however, differ from them by the fact that the human being carries out
    • only thereby differs from this activity round us that the human being
    • at two beings much differing in their development like the human being
    • way, you notice the big difference between the human conscious mental
    • were substantially different from our contemporaries. These Atlantean
    • “instinctive.” It is only a small difference between the
    • the future again to quite different mental abilities than his mind has
    • gone through apparently different levels of development; it is advanced
    • whole variety. The human being had to acquire the different kinds of
    • that this has happened on the most different levels of the development
    • and its different transformations in the world, but they were not yet
    • He does not differentiate between the animal and lifeless things, but
    • this lowest level first. It understands the physical body of the different
    • different. If you read Goethe's essays Story of My Botanical
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    • in immorality et etcetera Zola describes all these different configurations
    • in the most different forms, he shows us how living in the forms always
    • the artist the viewer of the different types of the Russian people,
    • lines of the soul but on the most different levels and in the most different
    • forms of life. What is life in its different forms, what is this life
    • of the riddle of life in its different forms. That is why this riddle
    • to him, has adapted itself to the different life forms which have come
    • from the culture of the different centuries. He expects a time again,
    • the most manifold differences of ranks and classes. Do you believe if
    • ideals in dull indifference today at the European science as well as
    • at the European art , Tolstoy states that in it an undifferentiated
    • only with the difference that we know this principle in ourselves which
    • of our own race, which has disintegrated into different forms since
    • way through the different fields of existence. The forces of our physical
    • spiritual causes of the different epochs of evolution.
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    • living in a world and knowing about it are two completely different
    • devotion, and piety. As heat and light are different, love and piety
    • are different in the soul-world. Because these qualities gleam to the
    • light cloud which gleams in the most different colours.
    • This is the difference of the age of the souls. The young souls are
    • this soul body of the human being gleaming in its different qualities,
    • the nature of the consideration; this explains to you which difference
    • it is on another scene which differs from the external sensory scene
    • This is the difference between a human being, who has gone through many,
    • Only if the human soul has gone through these different regions after
    • more like different states of consciousness. Not the place changes in
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    • want to describe the totally different worlds to which we ascend. Hence,
    • our world, for that the life of thought gets a different significance.
    • as here on our earth the different regions separate for the physical
    • looks very different. If you look at a physical human being, a certain
    • or devachan this is completely different. Its reality is related to
    • connected with the earth, which, so to speak, shine from a very different
    • his consideration, while round him the different regions of devachan
    • life which is very different. Imagine once how the world would appear
    • a wealth within the physical world which has basically different shading,
    • I notice a difference between the streets of a city and the ways in
    • different round her. Even more different it is if at the moment of death
    • physical matter is are now hollows. There is nothing. Very different
    • pain depress him. He no longer knows any difference between his pain
    • appears with different religions as the so-called kingdom of heaven.
    • These are states of consciousness, not different places. The human being
    • It is very different according
    • of devachan in mysticism. This life in devachan differs quite substantially
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    • is consciousness of its different degrees. Any stone, any plant and
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    • take into consideration that a big difference has to be made between
    • clairvoyance; then the way is much shorter and completely different.
    • is different, and because someone who gives the instructions must know
    • own tail. This symbol has different profound meanings; one of them expresses
    • true. You find such thoughts in the most different religious books of
    • instructions you can receive from the most different sides there are
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    • and Truth he says: if we oversee the different religions, we find
    • part, Faust stands differently before the earth spirit; he attains the
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    • in different lower animal forms reminders of the former shaping of the
    • the question becomes different for him than for someone who considers
    • The confusion of the modern psychology is that it does not differentiate
    • of today. In this akashic matter everything was still undifferentiated
    • that differentiated later. Everything was in it that became mineral,
    • the respiratory organ and heart organ with the bloodstream, the different
    • differing from the lower cold-blooded beings. Also other creatures became
    • brain but that the developed human brain differs from the ape brain.
    • So that the ape brain looks like something that takes a completely different
    • beings, they were in quite different conditions.
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    • quite different power, it not only controls the dead matter but it spreads
    • different forces. He will not only rule over the lifeless matter in
    • on all confessions of the different peoples of the earth. Goethe shows
    • of the old man; we face a female figure. Mysticism shows the different
    • soul states of the human being as different female figures. The old
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    • entity of the human being experienced the most different forms. One
    • different states of consciousness. In what way does the present consciousness
    • the door. The old man shows him different marks to find the gate again.
    • differently positioned to each other. However, he believes to note that
    • appears then within a cultural world in a new body again, lives differently
    • neophyte, show different symbols. Among other things, they represent
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    • completely different from ours. Our soul-life is infiltrated with spirit.
    • differences of density. He also had the gift of hearing. The sense of
    • point of view considering different “savage” tribes. The
    • We come to a formation of the human realm which is different which shows
    • the human being still undifferentiated from the other higher animal
    • of humankind also depended on the quite different developmental levels
    • on our earth are in quite different relations to each other than today.
    • of our earth was different. Only someone who is set on the materialistic
    • with anything we know today. Thus we come back to quite different circumstances.
    • animal realm which had, however, other figures in those days, were different
    • the whole materiality of our earth becomes different. At that time,
    • have differentiated from each other. You can imagine which immense shocks
    • quite different on the earth than they were later, and than they are
    • it in such a way that it reacted in quite different way to the forces
    • and that in quite different way the effects on the bodily expressed
    • there in an even more different way than today, also concerning growth.
    • somewhat in us. With our lunar ancestors this was different. From them
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    • differs from all remaining world views, which we can meet in the present,
    • mystic differs from all such discussions because it never puts limits
    • initiates gave the different religions and world views to the different
    • other aura, so that both become often completely different in short
    • soul from morning to night depends on space and time. It is different
    • Manas and astral body are one and the same, but on different developmental
    • it home, but at different places of the earth Osiris's graves were laid
    • This is just the basic difference between him and
    • we find no difference of the contents, no difference between Christianity
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    • and poet) for the present, and nevertheless how differently our time
    • completely different the time was around the turn of the 18-th century,
    • the time of Goethe, Schiller and Herder, and how differently our time
    • it happens with Ibsen quite differently. Ibsen is completely a child
    • Remember how differently
    • We have to make connections with quite different regions: his destiny
    • with the whole world. This is different from today: we have now to search
    • yonder world which one clings to. This makes a big difference for the
    • many different interpretations about that from so many scholars. About
    • does not make this differentiation; it considers the mere powerful personality,
    • difference between man and woman, and this reproduced till our time.
    • with the natural, and the natural was rooted in the difference between
    • not connected with the differentiation of man and woman. So only the
    • also had to find the typical word for it. Thus that differentiation
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVIII: The Future of the Human Being
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    • come from the masters themselves differ from the ideals in life and
    • history advances differently than the practical people fancy it. I have
    • different with the Atlantean race.
    • We get to quite different
    • be a person who is able to differentiate between speculative fiction
    • substantially different qualities. In the middle of that period it produces
    • quite differently with which we move our arm and set the brain in motion.
    • different from ours that in him forces of such a kind are that can take
    • on quite different forms in future. However, at the same time for somebody,
    • quite differently about whom we know that the seed of this future human
    • Theosophical Society: forming the core of a brotherhood without differentiating
    • sex, colour and denomination. What do these differences mean here?
    • the significant of the human being. All the other differentiations,
    • without any differentiation. We keep this in mind that humanity had
    • Take the difference that
    • of the differential calculus depended on the relations of production?
    • the differential calculus?
    • the Last Judgement has a different significance. It signifies a certain
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    • who bring up a new age, an age in which one looks at the world differently
    • difference of the old world view of the12th, 13th centuries with that
    • shown to us which the divine creativity accomplished in the most different
    • which is contained in the different realms of nature. The human being
    • if we want to reach the heights of spirit. We get to knowledge differently,
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    • concerning this or that, but it has to deal with the most different
    • to the different branches of our university life? No criticism should
    • of law stood somewhat differently in the university life. We can easily
    • the different branches of knowledge at first. It is no progress that
    • Ages, but went straight to the natural existence. It was different in
    • must be different: I must have a look at Aristoteles, because he said
    • it differently, and, nevertheless, Aristoteles is right. The authority
    • different religious systems and also that which is the most powerful
    • It is different with that
    • that differently in the scriptures, he eventually convinces him or not.
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    • it developed as it expresses itself in the most different legal systems
    • of thinking in all fields as it exists between mathematics, the differential
    • are not yet decisively grasped. Take the difference between productive
    • punish? This is also a question which is answered in the most different
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    • the possibility to carry on the medical profession in quite different
    • a different person by a certain training. The forces which another human
    • quite different feelings with respect to healing if he became engrossed
    • quite different values. The knowledge of the spiritual that connects
    • a quite different thinking is capable of it.
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    • the Jena university of the difference between the philosophical head
    • differently, can also be a mystic without becoming a romanticist. Who
    • time to argue about these subjects. One argues differently today. Once
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    • things that are familiar, though presented from a different
    • only be fully understood when illumined from different sides.
    • to transplant it into a completely different culture. If
    • persecute those who confess a different faith serves no
    • with different tasks. The feeling and attitude that was fully
    • ideals. But life is shared with people of different cultures
    • and with different views, and these a person must endeavor to
    • attitude that is very different from that of mere tolerance.
    • and that Truth takes on different forms in different souls.
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    • blood of different races is mingled. And finally, there is
    • light will be thrown on them from a different aspect. In
    • capacity constitutes the essential difference between plant
    • application differs from all others. We can all give a name
    • them, but only as a mirror image. It is quite different when
    • possessed a different type of consciousness. Today, during
    • organs. In the past all this was different; at that time the
    • this was different, because the inner life contained all that
    • different one. It happened through an event well-known to
    • different lines of descent are mingled. Our modern
    • blood of animals from different evolutionary stages is mixed
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    • dawning consciousness of a different connection, namely, a
    • But now compare this attitude with a very different
    • being. At a certain point spiritual research differs
    • and inorganic substances do not differ as far as the actual
    • substances are concerned. The only difference lies in the
    • makes it differ from lifeless albumen; it begins to
    • develop at different levels of pain. This can be observed
    • whole world differently, so the whole world is transformed
    • organism of an initiate is different from that of a
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    • from investigations of animals, and as all differences are
    • Lucifer's influence on human beings is very different from
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    • lower part, which differs in shape from the physical. In
    • body is different from that of the plant world because in a
    • world is attained. All these things indicate that different
    • of its physical organs. It makes a difference whether the
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    • species are still indifferent to pleasure and pain, joy and
    • different from one another. These entities have merged, and
    • members of a person's being have different values. We shall
    • differently constituted. A flame leaps from the wood,
    • a different light in relation to human beings. The genuine
    • anthroposophical world movement differs from other movements
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    • spirit were differently constituted. Their consciousness
    • makes different demands, it is useless to lay down general
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    • have expressed himself differently.
    • life with different eyes. To him a flower is seen as the
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    • difference between the effect of abstract concepts and that
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    • the physical corpse. The main difference between death and
    • yet not purified that was left behind at different stages
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    • science. The difference is that the method of initiation is
    • which he looks into quite different worlds, he realizes the
    • say that the ultimate truth attainable takes different forms.
    • no matter what different paths they choose to get there. When
    • overlooked, that is, the immense differences in human nature.
    • differently from modern people. This difference in the higher
    • of today's European is completely different from that of the
    • human nature was different from what it was to become a few
    • centuries later. And today it is different again.
    • different method. That is why in the course of centuries and
    • nothing different or conspicuous. Thus, you will find that
    • rather different, but absolutely essential; and no genuine
    • he experiences there is completely different from anything
    • in nature, when nature reveals its mysteries, and different
    • different position than someone who earns two shillings but
    • the training is very different from what is customary.
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    • science are different branches originating from a common
    • these became separated and cultivated in different
    • differ, because matter repeats itself, whereas spirit
    • evolved from a different type, of which there are still
    • from the very different consciousness of a primordial human
    • were very different; the atmosphere in which the ancestors of
    • initiation. Siegfried represents the new, the different human
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    • of how differently one approached the Bible in an earlier
    • of Luke and find two different genealogies of Jesus of
    • differ, and ask, How is it possible that a document, which
    • as it is so different from the others it cannot be a
    • that differ from their own is not the equivalent of doubting
    • acknowledges the enormous difference between the lowest form
    • just as real. The difference he sees is just as great between
    • inherent in every human soul. The difference between the
    • initiate is actually greater than the difference between the
    • this consciousness differ from that of the rest of humanity?
    • It differed because those who were initiates already
    • attained, many different degrees of learning and schooling of
    • about this codex for initiation. Today things are different;
    • This word had a different meaning; it did not indicate "being
    • experienced in this condition differed considerably from the
    • there was light, astral light. This is different from
    • can understand why the descriptions of different initiates of
    • differs in regard to incidentals, but all essentials were
    • the Gospels different forms of initiation. They differ
    • because the writers knew initiation from different regions.
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    • differently the men of earlier epochs regarded education in the
    • different way of thinking.
    • the fact that in these ancient times man's sleep was different
    • different from the present one
    • He therefore saw the sky quite differently from the way in
    • shall find that American science greatly differs from European
    • is a matter of indifference whether a man has good or evil
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    • Also planets develop through different incarnations:
    • under conditions which were quite different from the present
    • all the different sparks that lived in the human beings. This
    • could create differentiated tribes among men by sending down
    • the world. Whereas the differentiations among men were brought
    • about by the drops poured out by the different Moon-Spirits,
    • Then the only difference among men will be that between good and evil.
    • the different nations had Mysteries, before Christ appeared on
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    • this consciousness of course differ from the laws which
    • not equally clear. They have different degrees of strength. The
    • however, we shall not consider its different stages in the same
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    • up into the eyes. Two different things meet now in the eye, the etheric
    • something tonight. It is also an impression. It occurs differently in
    • one to four. On this vibrating into each other of two different rhythms
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    • from a different point of view.
    • the most different ways inside chemical laboratories — but never
    • change over into something entirely different from what they were outside.
    • will be formed by the head; so that the single different forms of the
    • and that is something entirely different than the outer nitrogen.
    • them to you, take place also in the animal, though somewhat differently.
    • that both are built up, in different ways, of cells! But the kidney
    • and a completely different music of civilization comes about.
    • which I have already characterized from very different sides. It is
    • the same time to illuminate the different human connections. Men of
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    • what the difference is between a Light Age — meant in this way
    • or 8th millennium) was different from the later Dark Age, out of which
    • a somewhat different type at that time, but one can nevertheless speak
    • vibration to balance the different single incorrect vibrations. So one
    • worthy of appreciation by men of olden times. They differentiated between
    • entirely different in the human organism. The human organism changes
    • are only gradations of difference. But the knowledge that the human
    • be different. But for a while in the course of history man had to he
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    • often looks different on the spiritual plane. Beings are
    • Illustration of three teachers with different attitudes to
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    • differently in it?” Or, looking more toward the future,
    • differently. If we look more toward the future, we have the
    • possibly happen differently from the way it was predetermined,
    • feeling left that there are two different powers at work. Here
    • will have to approach this question from a different
    • happened differently?” we are only looking at the
    • This awareness can come to them in two different ways. You may
    • place externally, something quite different was happening
    • regard to the spiritual aspect can look quite different. Not
    • together in an entirely different manner in the spiritual
    • connected with each other in a totally different way than those
    • own in which events are arranged in a totally different
    • Haeckel arrives at a different train of thought. He explains in
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    • differently? Again, let us look at Goethe's meeting with Karl
    • 1770s onward, would entirely different works have
    • differently at home, and the poetic urge had not already been
    • different?
    • can go deeper still and ask different questions. Let us return
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • individually there can be different opinions from those
    • our reflections by seeing the critic as a different person from
    • one of you listens differently, and understands and feels what
    • I say slightly differently. That goes without saying. In fact
    • grasp differently what is being said, you would not really be
    • different opinion from another? That depends again on what is
    • differently.
    • the spiritual realm matters are very different. So you must
    • this different point of view. Looked at from outside, a boulder
    • externally, for while something quite different is taking place
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    • three teachers and a headmaster. These three teachers differ
    • a definite disposition, and the interaction of our different
    • is certainly quite a difference between your methods. And
    • their different ways of looking ahead. The first two
    • The outcome could not possibly have been any different at the
    • different teachers the third teacher's pupils made much less
    • difference between the first two teachers and the third.
    • I did together, I will after all have different pupils this
    • undifferentiated. They think it is nonsense to say that the
    • of two parts that come together from two different
    • a different direction, and at first it has nothing to do with
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    • in one area must be looked at in an entirely different light,
    • here a short time ago in a different connection. When we
    • something different had happened in the way the tribes moved
    • differently in the clash between the might of Rome and the
    • Europe right up to modern times would have had a different
    • different if, at that time, the world of the ancient Roman
    • objectively and not wishing we had acted differently. The
    • different. If we really flew off somewhere like the ball that
    • differently if we had done this or that better, or if we
    • ourselves had been different. Here, it is a matter of bearing
    • a person broods about how differently he should have acted, the
    • would really like to have done the deed differently, you are
    • different degrees in the perpendicular and the horizontal
    • have been different, and if you had only done this or that
    • differently, it would all have turned out well,” it is
    • would see something entirely different from what we
    • same. But they differ in regard to the position they occupy in
    • An angel's intention can be carried out in many different ways
    • one, in which intentions take on a different aspect than is
    • quite a different course from the physical body. Our physical
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    • are speaking of something entirely different.
    • beings relate to the world changes in the different
    • shining differently from other grains of seed.
    • in a different way from silver, for instance. When they
    • feeling for how very different it was when the ancients spoke
    • essential difference is that in fairly recent times human
    • an entirely different kind of perception. We are moving toward
    • to the world, must be rediscovered in a different way. We will
    • they will realize that they can rediscover along a different
    • are when you are on a different plane when dreaming. You dream
    • matter of will but of something quite different, so that we
    • Christ in a different way from them: they then become far worse
    • them is that we refer to Christ in a different context. Out of
    • described. Yet that things can be different is a
    • is something quite different from proving a thing. So much for
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    • Today there already exists a great difference between those
    • our materialistic culture. There is a great difference
    • difference is felt particularly strongly by those souls who
    • different from that in children born in the nineteenth or
    • and the differences that appear. If at the beginning of his
    • awakened in your soul a feeling of the difference between
    • abstraction, we do not only have a different picture of the
    • tyrannical. What real difference is there between a Czar and
    • from different sides in this fifth post-Atlantean
    • arise will have this in very different degrees. That is where
    • the fifth. There will not be so much differentiation in the
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    • People become more and more different in their thinking,
    • deeper into thee different members if you pay attention to
    • But it is not so. Language is something quite different with
    • different in respect to the economic life.
    • all speak differently from what was customary in the 18th
    • different points of view from which one can indicate a member
    • ground: something quite different! The significance of words
    • describe the same things from different backgrounds is the
    • relation to language. The soul inwardly feels a difference
    • There is of course an enormous difference in the soul life,
    • question in quite a different way it in our language we had
    • different from what the evening says, and midday speaks
    • differently from the night, and the leaf of a plant
    • glistening with pearly dew says something different from a
    • present that we have become more and more indifferent towards
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    • are very different from those who previously held the power. This migration
    • An inferior spirit may decide differently in this matter, may perhaps
    • of the difference between man and animal. I think you will agree that
    • always proceed to minimise the difference between man and animal as
    • something that appears to them as a radical difference between animal
    • things up. This is indeed a fundamental