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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
    • foundation is most of what we are considering based?
    • descend to the lower strata where reality is to be found. For, you
    • is profoundly true. One could only wish that it
    • found only by grasping reality through the Spirit. That is the point.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
    • foundation is most of what we are considering based?
    • descend to the lower strata where reality is to be found. For, you
    • is profoundly true. One could only wish that it
    • found only by grasping reality through the Spirit. That is the point.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
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    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • founded upon any external procedures applicable in laboratories or
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • what it has to say from Buddhism; it is firmly founded on the premises
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • spiritual world has been possible only since the founding of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • only be researched spiritually. Christ Himself could be found
    • in the mysteries to withdraw from his body. He can be found since the
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • or as a founder of a sect, but instead they need to be addressed by an
    • unassuming scientist who draws their attention to what can be found in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • founded upon any external procedures applicable in laboratories or
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • what it has to say from Buddhism; it is firmly founded on the premises
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • spiritual world has been possible only since the founding of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • only be researched spiritually. Christ Himself could be found
    • in the mysteries to withdraw from his body. He can be found since the
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • or as a founder of a sect, but instead they need to be addressed by an
    • unassuming scientist who draws their attention to what can be found in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
  • 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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    • WE stand today, as it were, at the starting-point of the foundation of
    • connected with the founding of Christianity, the Apostle Paul. We can
    • day, is to be found, on the one hand, that which appertains to the
    • influence was being recognised in the eyes of the world is to be found
    • Greek ideas are to be found united with Christianity.
    • were enraptured by the greatness of the poem, by its profound
    • said that it was the most profoundly philosophical poem that had ever
    • the Veda philosophy has to give is to be found shining forth in the
    • and more from the foundations of his soul. A higher self rests as
    • Word had come spiritually into the world and was to be found in the
    • soul so that it experiences something not to be found in everyday
    • the foundations of the soul and from the depths of the Cosmos.
    • Non-existent, ... and this connection was found in the Will ...”
    • which are to be found within that wonderfully harmonious unity which
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • Movement, but in order to get to the foundations of the knowledge and
    • drawn from that old wisdom itself, is especially to be found in the
    • foundation of the Story of Creation), as we speak of how at the
    • the warmth organ, which at the present day is to be found in a stunted
    • be found, for instance, in the plants, as etheric or life-body. We
    • basis of this whole evolution there is to be found, in every plant a
    • externally. In the plant there is only to be found that late
    • manner of expression is no longer to be found in Aristotle, but the
    • principle of the old Sankhya philosophy is still to be found in him;
    • rightly, the Indian doctrine that Kapila was the founder of the
    • new methods had to be found, new ways of teaching, during the period
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • is to be found in germ in every human soul. Thus when a man looks up
  • 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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    • comparison to compare two things to be found side by side, such as a
    • day to become great and which is first to be found in invisible form
    • because human nature had found the way to seek knowledge through the
    • Sankhya philosophy we have found a kind of plurality; we have compared
    • which had to come was to be found in the transition in the fourth
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • things as are to be found in the Gita also remain secret doctrine,
    • found the way back to the original revelations and experiences of
    • of how the different human gifts to be found in a group of people must
    • revelations do not correspond. Complete harmony can only be found when
    • the question of a community which might be founded through the united
    • say that St. Paul, in all that underlies his profound Epistles, deals
    • gives us quite definite and profound conclusions. There is a
    • are not capable of seeing down into the foundations of what is spread
    • there was no such human ego as is usually to be found, and certainly
    • result of the profoundest human modesty. For out of this modesty
    • a building founded upon truth, for truth can only blossom if
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • more or less solid, or at most solid-fluid, substances found in him.
    • stands on the ground — and no relation is found between the two.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • foundation, primarily, in these Moral Intuitions. Therefore
    • foundation of the past that has dissolved into semblance, through
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This profound spiritual responsibility that Steiner put on the Germans
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • profound connections beyond the external developments that we are
    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • magnificent painting The Last Judgment, which can be found in the
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • decades several men there aspired to profound accomplishments, for
    • Destiny”). Corresponding remarks can be found in the Berlin
    • Darwinism” in Methodological Foundations of Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This profound spiritual responsibility that Steiner put on the Germans
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • profound connections beyond the external developments that we are
    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • magnificent painting The Last Judgment, which can be found in the
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • decades several men there aspired to profound accomplishments, for
    • Destiny”). Corresponding remarks can be found in the Berlin
    • Darwinism” in Methodological Foundations of Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • Neuchâtel a Group was founded, desiring to adopt the name of a great
    • the fact that,through her, an untold number of occult truths found
    • It may be regarded as a good augury that at the founding of the
    • stand upon the universal foundations of Theosophy. It is, therefore,
    • We shall have to search very deeply into the occult foundations of
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the little man found the big man something of a burden and told him
    • sometimes on profound subjects. Thus on one occasion the little man
    • put the coffin on the ground, opened it, and found that it contained
    • in ghosts, no such stories will be found. You will find indications of
    • shall presently speak — will nowhere be found, in the same peculiar
    • knowledge. People in the West were dumbfounded by what German
    • upon the wisdom of Persia. These disclosures were so dumb-founding
    • who will say: “The truth is not to be found through deep
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • attitude” which arises on the foundation of these facts. The
    • greatest intolerance to be found in history.
    • will be found that certain branches of science will refuse to apply
    • publications, similar things are to be found. It would be well if
    • foundations. Even those who from superior heights occasionally extend
    • Spiritual Science which almost confounds the saying of Goethe:
    • there spiritual teaching is to be found ... although they ought to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • foundations, are expressions, issuing from ancient times and from
    • which are also to be found in lower forms of life. Spiritual Science,
    • before us, only because the foundations of this threefold life of soul
    • the animals had already assumed their destined forms. The foundations
    • occult foundations, their ancient value and meaning. Man received
    • We now discern profound meaning in this Biblical conception upon which
    • what is to be found in many ancient records of importance to humanity
    • there to make its own impression upon us. What we ourselves have found in
    • remarkable and unique — perhaps nowhere else to be found on the
    • foundation and ground of this wisdom and recognise the truths that are
    • religions and the points of resemblance to be found in them. Splendid
    • understanding between the religions on Earth which are founded upon
    • hearts of men; there will be no founding of new sects, no
    • Rosicrucian principle which has remained unbroken since the founding
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • the contrary, it will be found that progress — indeed the whole
    • evolution of humanity constitutes much of the profound significance in
    • profound understanding. It is as though his genius came with him at
    • doctrine found entrance. While men have fought for these differences
    • be said — found entry in the reproductions of Raphael's Art,
    • Science are to be found everywhere. Inspirations that are like lofty
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • sixth century B.C. — a certain thought found frequent utterance,
    • of course, only be found in very remote districts. If such a person
    • on them can only be found by means of forces which must be drawn from
    • although they are profoundly enlightening. But in a past by no means
    • humanity, founders of religion and systems of thought appeared all
    • in Greece. How great the difference is between these founders of
    • those of other founders of religions. Yet in one respect there is
    • to print only those things which are founded upon genuine, reliable
    • be found by souls who are willing to receive Him. From that time
    • It will be a head such as is nowhere to be found in physical humanity.
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • are to be found in every civilisation.
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • nature can be understood only when we know that the first foundations
    • the Earth. The foundations of the physical body of earthly man were
    • foundations were laid during the Old Moon period. Let us try to
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • way to Christ will be found in the Spirit, out of the life of soul.
    • be found, and it is pure laziness when people say that if someone
    • following the founding of Christianity. The lectures in Christiania
    • strikingly it differs from the lives of all the other founders of
    • reincarnation and founds a community based essentially upon piety,
    • the founding of sects, for belief in authority, has gone forever as a
    • foundation of Unions or even Orders connected with the coming of
    • figure-heads, founders of religion, future World-Saviours
    • that a Statesman would found a league to await the coming of a new
    • For to found an Order to await the coming of a World-Saviour is just
    • as grotesque as it would be to found a league to await the coming of a
    • today to found a branch of such an Order, used the following argument
    • to me: “Yes, but after all, in the year 1848 a league was founded
    • league was ever founded to await the coming of a “Bismarck”!
    • founded the “Order of the Star in the East,” with
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • founded with a flourish of trumpets. The Theosophical Society was
    • officially founded. The rhythms of the years recall such days vividly
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • have been given. Perhaps none can be found that is terser or more
    • so that this migration found a strange population already established.
    • these colonists founded the first post-Atlantean culture. This was
    • super-earthly beings and was founded by the Holy Rishis. It was a
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • In order to lay a proper foundation, we must today allow still other
    • there, and there they found the proper tempo for their evolution. Had
    • causes lie at the foundation.
    • found on the earth; it simply was not there. The beings then existing
    • unconsciousness but found himself in a world of divine spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • little groups of cultural pioneers nowhere found un-populated
    • to say. They reckoned with what they found. A balance was reached that
    • lies spiritually at the foundation of the earth. This picture did not
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    • expanded until it became the foundation of the universe. Then the
    • of you have heard of the holy Rishis, who were the original founders
    • ancient Moon was injected into the foundation of all things as
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    • believe that with the help of spectroanalysis he has found its inner
    • † Note 2: Fairly complete versions of this myth may be found in Padraic Colum: Orpheus Myths of the World (New York, Macmillan, 1930) and in Lewis Spence: Mysteries of Egypt (London, Rider & Co., 1929).
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    • we have on earth are as nothing compared to what is found on the moon.
    • it is told that when Osiris was found again, when he arose again in
    • in this profound myth we have a wonderful reference to the cosmic
    • yet withdrawn, man in his light-form did not have the foundation for
    • above, the nine from behind, the ten from out the foundations of the
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    • ** Note 2: Pictures of this ornament may be found in E. A. Wallis Budge, Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection (London, P. L. Warner, 1911), pages 42 and 49.
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    • found in Lake Hertha on Rügen. It was thought that the place
    • where the chariot sank might be found there. This is a remarkable
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • was founded, remnants of this clairvoyance still existed, and even
    • corresponded to some spiritual work. The founder of this school, in
    • etheric body, they found their dwelling-place in the physical world in
    • One who understands the Greek temple knows that it differs profoundly
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • during sleep. We found that this decreases steadily after that time.
    • those of Augustine are profoundly true: “What is called the
    • body was profoundly changed thereby. At this moment it took up
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • account. He said that he had found one book containing deep medical
    • to find therein what Paracelsus found. What became of the medicine of
    • found there we can permeate with the pure spirit, which the science of
    • †† Note 4: A full description of these 42 gods is to be found in Budge, Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection, Volume I, pp. 316-317. For a fairly good picture, see pages 344-45 of the same work.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
    • doors to the living Christ. The dead, who know that Christ has found the
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    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
    • doors to the living Christ. The dead, who know that Christ has found the
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • is to be found nowhere in the human organism except in the region of
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
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    • is to be found nowhere in the human organism except in the region of
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • the earth during the winter, but are to be found only in the cosmic
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • apparent contradiction is found when a knowledge has been gained of the
    • that Darwinism would solve the problems of life, were unfounded. (Here I
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    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • the earth during the winter, but are to be found only in the cosmic
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • apparent contradiction is found when a knowledge has been gained of the
    • that Darwinism would solve the problems of life, were unfounded. (Here I
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • books of all people. They are found as an example in the Bhagavad
    • Gita, the hymn of human perfection. Too, they are found in the Old
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • unfathomingly profound. One cannot achieve anything in this area save
    • public will be found in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • What is found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment is
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
    • they found the path leading into their inner being and because they
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    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • books of all people. They are found as an example in the Bhagavad
    • Gita, the hymn of human perfection. Too, they are found in the Old
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • unfathomingly profound. One cannot achieve anything in this area save
    • public will be found in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • What is found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment is
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
    • they found the path leading into their inner being and because they
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • example, be found in the poison of the deadly nightshade. We also
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • example, be found in the poison of the deadly nightshade. We also
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • stands upon such a foundation that it can say that when man enters his
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • the world, mysteries lying at the foundation of the universe; yet even
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • skepticism, to Christ. In future, Jesus will be found on that path we
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    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • stands upon such a foundation that it can say that when man enters his
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • the world, mysteries lying at the foundation of the universe; yet even
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • skepticism, to Christ. In future, Jesus will be found on that path we
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • to present in connection with the profound secrets of human evolution.
    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
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    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • to present in connection with the profound secrets of human evolution.
    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • physicians too found their way to this movement. They are seriously
    • many cases the foundations for the actual comprehension of processes of
    • illness and healing are lacking. These foundations are lacking in official
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • foundation of anthroposophy certainly do not exclude therapeutic
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    • physicians too found their way to this movement. They are seriously
    • many cases the foundations for the actual comprehension of processes of
    • illness and healing are lacking. These foundations are lacking in official
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • foundation of anthroposophy certainly do not exclude therapeutic
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the Collected
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the Collected
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
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    • come here today for the opening of the group founded by our friend,
    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • these working groups, we will continue to found them in full
    • of course, be found among those who in the sixth epoch have still
    • in that epoch. We found communities of human beings within which there
    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • through the blood. Community that is founded not upon the blood, but
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
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    • come here today for the opening of the group founded by our friend,
    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • these working groups, we will continue to found them in full
    • of course, be found among those who in the sixth epoch have still
    • in that epoch. We found communities of human beings within which there
    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • through the blood. Community that is founded not upon the blood, but
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
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    • found in the breathing process. It is a familiar fact that men
    • between men and animals is found in the fact that the
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • foundation for the right solution of the nutritional problem. This
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • investigated, it will generally be found that they eat meat.
    • for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
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    • found in the breathing process. It is a familiar fact that men
    • between men and animals is found in the fact that the
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • foundation for the right solution of the nutritional problem. This
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • investigated, it will generally be found that they eat meat.
    • for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • morality, so that the moral meaning of the world's order cannot be found
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • morality, so that the moral meaning of the world's order cannot be found
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • constructed a deeper foundation for these questions, by saying that
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    • constructed a deeper foundation for these questions, by saying that
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    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • foundation for the social structure of humanity.
    • are placed. We must at first lay the foundations for such
    • as one is adverse to entering into the spirit and soul foundations of
    • that a foundation for the political thinking of the fifth
    • found during the second half of the 19th century which referred to the
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
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    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • foundation for the social structure of humanity.
    • are placed. We must at first lay the foundations for such
    • as one is adverse to entering into the spirit and soul foundations of
    • that a foundation for the political thinking of the fifth
    • found during the second half of the 19th century which referred to the
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
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    • mobility. Many similar examples could be found of Hermann Grimm's
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • Germanic world during the first centuries after the founding of
    • of the Roman element had even found its way into the wild Nibelung men
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • comparison is no mere analogy, but is founded upon facts of the spiritual
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
    • spiritual science. And such a foundation is available when the spirit
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    • mobility. Many similar examples could be found of Hermann Grimm's
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • Germanic world during the first centuries after the founding of
    • of the Roman element had even found its way into the wild Nibelung men
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • comparison is no mere analogy, but is founded upon facts of the spiritual
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
    • spiritual science. And such a foundation is available when the spirit
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • In the deep foundations of man's being lies the will. In many respects
    • foundations as a necessary force.
    • outer symbol, inasmuch as beneath the foundations of the most
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
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    • In the deep foundations of man's being lies the will. In many respects
    • foundations as a necessary force.
    • outer symbol, inasmuch as beneath the foundations of the most
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • healthy solutions can be found — as I have explained in my book,
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • healthy solutions can be found — as I have explained in my book,
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    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
    • Soul is found in other of his works.
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    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
    • Soul is found in other of his works.
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • be found on the mountains in the juice of the Soma.
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • It must be found entirely anew.
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • be found on the mountains in the juice of the Soma.
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • It must be found entirely anew.
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    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • profound influence women had, for example, on the whole intellectual
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • essential importance. And one found, even in the most popular of
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
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    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • profound influence women had, for example, on the whole intellectual
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • essential importance. And one found, even in the most popular of
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • something, and they found that the communications of the gods
    • found in Plato that this was indeed so in ancient times. Today we can
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • something, and they found that the communications of the gods
    • found in Plato that this was indeed so in ancient times. Today we can
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
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    • original German text of this lecture can be found in the Collected
    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
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    • original German text of this lecture can be found in the Collected
    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • that Shakespeare's fame spread so quickly proves that he found an
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • that Shakespeare's fame spread so quickly proves that he found an
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
  • Title: Man as a Being: Introduction
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    • is to be found as ‘anthroposophical history’ in the communications
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    • Brentano's psychology is an historic fact of profound significance.
    • — or at any rate have a well-founded hypothesis — that
    • found in its first beginnings, what has to be more and more developed
    • antithesis. The way must be found to assimilate morality with that to
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    • about the foundation of the Giordano Bruno Society, I was present at a
    • That is man's frightful illusion. That is the foundation of pessimism
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    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
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    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • results of civilization develop in an exceedingly profound way from
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
  • 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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    • riddle, but which is found in the ancient Egyptian conception of the
    • The unique fact lying at the foundation of temple-sleep is that among
    • upon what profound inner conditions a case of healing may depend. Let
    • were to be found; that which then entered into him fertilized him, and
    • apocalyptic wisdom, the true new Spiritual Wisdom, will be found in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • foundation. At the same time we must remember that if we only use our
    • is found in the physical world; although we may not see it with our
    • is to be found in the case of animals in the astral world. The group
    • found; this is an important and essential truth. Whereas we see the
    • a man is found the human ego is always the centre; the mineral ego is
    • fills us with profound awe when we learn its meaning with the help of
    • with them during sleep. Such Beings were to be found everywhere who
    • body; it is therefore no childish idea, but profound wisdom, to speak
    • a spiritual atmosphere. From a mineral foundation plants spring forth,
    • it all. At the same time a foundation has been laid on which we can
  • 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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    • foundation of all myths, and today we have shown how such facts form
  • 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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    • would have found that there were lines of warmth within it in all
    • of forms of warmth alone, and these were the original foundations of
    • was in fact a fluidic body, in it you might again have found physical
    • upon a vegetable-mineral foundation which later underwent condensation
    • known about the spiritual foundations of the world men will recognize
    • deep down in the hidden foundations of the world. Further, when we
    • example we can see that profound wisdom regarding the evolution of the
    • foundations of the human physical body. One who can occultly observe
    • into the Being of man. Profound secrets lie behind what is found in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • In our last lecture we reached a point where we found that the Spirits
    • a well-prepared foundation on which to work. Only through the Spirits
    • Paradise. In spite of all investigations Paradise is not to be found
    • journeyed westward, and their last descendants were found when America
    • The ancient Greeks found a people who had hardened earlier than
    • which might be called his own type, the race which founded the Aryan
  • 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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    • inner centre, found a certain balance, so that they have within them
    • passions such as are now found in lions were made manifest at that
    • found who had gone by other paths. With these they mingled, and from
    • is still to be found today, and which may in some way be compared with
    • in outward symbols like that of the fish, which were to be found in
    • have to incarnate in forms which are to be found on earth, so these
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • Now, by developing certain capacities which are to be found slumbering
    • the sun found again a place upon the earth. Now, if the Christ is
    • wisdom will only gain gradually. This wisdom, which is found deeply
    • regardless of material foundations, must pass from soul to soul, from
    • On it the world soul is crucified; this is the profound esoteric
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • providing the first foundation of that which is the mission of the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • people by means of myth and legend, they found some who understood
    • had a spiritual foundation. Before the rise of the true Roman kingdom
    • had been saved from the world, which had withdrawn into profoundest
    • that in which is to be found the deepest memories of our soul. Even if
    • culture was founded under the influence of Initiates by means of
    • last remnants of which are to be found in the Vedas; in it the longing
    • Egyptian civilizations were founded. Through them a further step
    • This is found even in the most recent legends of the Teutonic gods,
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • found to be worthy he might, through the merit acquired in the
    • according to its deeds was found worthy of this vision it might be
    • This is the actual foundation of the drama. It was felt that the Gods
    • mighty impulse through the Christ, something of profound importance
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • development — in which man received the foundations of his ego,
    • materialistic belief that reality is only to be found between life and
    • justified in the civilization of that time, and is profoundly
    • souls. At the bottom of the division into castes lies a well-founded
    • appear to us, they were the result of a most profound conception. A
    • religious foundation.
    • advance side by side. The extremity of this divergence is found in the
    • found.
    • that were endeavouring, through entering profoundly into science, to
    • one of which went southwards towards India. Here the first foundations
    • Christian impulse of power is found in Rosicrucian spiritual teaching.
    • value to us to be told that the Egyptians had already found primeval
    • lightning, and if anyone found occasion to mock at the Apocalypse
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    • had to be introduced in gently balanced stages. The foundations had
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    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
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    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
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    • moral balance towards the beings and influences found in the
    • found.
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    • moral balance towards the beings and influences found in the
    • found.
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    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • when such things were founded, from an atavistic feeling originating
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    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • when such things were founded, from an atavistic feeling originating
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    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • the educational foundations of the Waldorf School, and I alluded there
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
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    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • the educational foundations of the Waldorf School, and I alluded there
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
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    • If we study and compare many things that are to be found in
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    • If we study and compare many things that are to be found in
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    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • permeated with spiritual science. It will be found that in languages
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
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    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • permeated with spiritual science. It will be found that in languages
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • institutions and foundations. And although the Lodges have lost their
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • charitable institution or have contributed something to its foundation,
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    • institutions and foundations. And although the Lodges have lost their
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • charitable institution or have contributed something to its foundation,
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    • descendants are still to be found in the interior of Australia.
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • second to create the foundations of material culture, and the task of
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • founding of) the Knights Templar, the actual messengers of the Grail.
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    • descendants are still to be found in the interior of Australia.
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • second to create the foundations of material culture, and the task of
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • founding of) the Knights Templar, the actual messengers of the Grail.
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • A Course of five lectures given at The Hague, 13th to 18th November, 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society in Holland.
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • At the end of this volume will be found a list of publications that
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • then returns through the Spheres, the foundations are laid in each for
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • the last few centuries, my dear friends, materialism has found its way
    • has to learn as the foundation for his work of healing. Having
    • methods of science, namely, to the founding of a real science of
    • same substances as are found on Earth. This science of the world that
    • may have found the Jupiter-picture or the Saturn-picture — and
    • archetypal picture of the human skin and sense-organs is found by
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • aim was to create a foundation for a deep and full understanding of
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • out of a profound knowledge and understanding, and the plastic
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • This experience makes a profound and lasting impression. Once again
    • Spiritual Science itself. If Anthroposophy is found to be in agreement
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • impulses can be found that will lead once again to an ascent.
    • it, and begins also to lay the foundation for an understanding of
    • memories, enables the foundation to be laid now in his head for the
    • earthly life. For it is really so, that the foundations of the limbs
    • of the previous earthly life come forth as the foundations of the head
    • Cosmos. This is connected with the fact that the first foundations of
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    • 1923, on the occasion of the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • revelations will be vouchsafed to us. If we walk through foundries and
    • receive a strong and profound impression of the mysteries of our own
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    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • asked what is to be found in
    • Christ Jesus in Ahasueris. That is the deeper foundation, the
    • Ahasueris have a true objective foundation. We cannot
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    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • asked what is to be found in
    • Christ Jesus in Ahasueris. That is the deeper foundation, the
    • Ahasueris have a true objective foundation. We cannot
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    • being present in the physical frame — then it is found that from
    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
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    • being present in the physical frame — then it is found that from
    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
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    • It was George De Ris who first presented the Foundation
    • The original Foundation Stone was a double
    • 1923, at the Christmas Foundation meeting, Rudolf Steiner presented
    • a ‘spiritual Foundation Stone,’ the ‘Dodecahedron
    • the Foundation Stone Meditation with the Lord's Prayer,
    • on the occasion in 1913 of the laying in the ground of the Foundation
    • into its heart and consciousness the Foundation Stone Meditation, for
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    • From hearts found
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • THE FOUND
    • during which the Anthroposophical Society was re-founded in Dornach,
    • decision to publish the verses of the 1923 laying of the Foundation
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • THE FOUND
    • during which the Anthroposophical Society was re-founded in Dornach,
    • decision to publish the verses of the 1923 laying of the Foundation
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    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • outline [A more exact description is to be found
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • exact are to be found in the Gospel of St. John — we have that
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
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    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • outline [A more exact description is to be found
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • exact are to be found in the Gospel of St. John — we have that
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
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    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • his inner being. But a cleft arose in art. Richard Wagner found
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
    • Citadel of the Grail was founded. The cup was guarded by the
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    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • his inner being. But a cleft arose in art. Richard Wagner found
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
    • Citadel of the Grail was founded. The cup was guarded by the
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    • respect grows up within us. Profound wisdom was taught in the early
    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
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    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
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    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
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    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
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    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • Earth-epoch, but it received its first foundation during the ancient
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • horizon, and this same statement can also be found in Schelling’s
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • pride and arrogance, that human wisdom and all that may be found in
    • be found in Planck’s introduction to his “Philosophy of
    • will be found ABOVE. But its INFLUENCE in the future will depend upon
    • progress will in future be found by those souls below who say to
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    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • Earth-epoch, but it received its first foundation during the ancient
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • horizon, and this same statement can also be found in Schelling’s
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • pride and arrogance, that human wisdom and all that may be found in
    • be found in Planck’s introduction to his “Philosophy of
    • will be found ABOVE. But its INFLUENCE in the future will depend upon
    • progress will in future be found by those souls below who say to
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    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • and winged wheels, of the curious pillars and columns to be found in
    • explanation, but it can only be found through insight into the
    • epoch. Its origin is to be found in the fruits of the ancient Hebrew
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • architecture of the future can be found? ... I shall try now to
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
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    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • and winged wheels, of the curious pillars and columns to be found in
    • explanation, but it can only be found through insight into the
    • epoch. Its origin is to be found in the fruits of the ancient Hebrew
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • architecture of the future can be found? ... I shall try now to
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
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    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
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    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
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    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
    • foundations stretched across the districts of the Ural Mountains and
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    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
    • foundations stretched across the districts of the Ural Mountains and
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    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • the foundations of the soul. Years ago, the human being had perhaps
    • gently hint that in these demonic depths beneath are to be found the
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
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    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • the foundations of the soul. Years ago, the human being had perhaps
    • gently hint that in these demonic depths beneath are to be found the
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
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    • of thought found in the concepts of mythology. For the ideas which
    • are to be found in the myths, and the origin of what they express
    • Osiris-Isis-Myth arose as the representative for profounder truths,
    • foundations of the human soul. The Egyptians desired in this way to
    • order to have a foundation, let us consider the Osiris-Myth in its
    • a long time for the corpse. She found the body at last in Phoenicia,
    • North a hundred years after the founding of Christianity, and he
    • found there had of course other names yet he recognized their being
    • regard the myth as foundation for all sorts of world-conceptions, is
    • in a human being, had found his centre there in order to work in the
    • of what lies at the foundation of all this.
    • make use of the Sulphur to be found in him. Were man able to make
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    • slain, she departed on a search for the dead body. She found it at
    • profoundly in the Osiris-Isis myth. Over to Phoenicia must Isis go to
    • letter-script was ‘found’, invented, as we say, in
    • concept in the abstract script has also found expression in the
    • a pernicious sense today is found in all old religious rites: the
    • understood, is profound truth, needs hardly to be altered at all
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    • deeper foundations of such Myths as the Osiris-Isis Myth; we have
    • contemplation of the Gods, is to be found in the Old Testament
    • important that we can lay one thing as a foundation; I have
    • profound allegorical-symbolical manner of speech they had put forward
    • Isis, found that she is asleep. And so one can say: the real
    • paper — covered with all sorts of writings of a profoundly
    • crown which is written upon in the new deeply profound scientific
    • tombstone had been found in Belgium upon which there was likewise an
    • same sign is found in Lauenburg and Belgium then naturally no
    • one finds a second time what one has found a first time, one takes
    • same logic. This is the logic in fact that is to be found in our
    • be found wry frequently! But what is the essential point of
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
    • profound Eulenspiegelism — I should say ‘natural
    • themselves very profound when they do it.
    • And with this, one thinks one has said something most profound. But
    • that it is false what the modern profound scientific method has to
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    • cosmos and what is to be found there of the Gemini nature — on
    • spirituality as this fifth epoch. Courage must only be found to drive
    • the money-changers out of the Temple. Courage must be found to
    • unfounded to say: Well, what can I do by myself? The world takes its
    • his speech are to be found the fine words ‘The accused were
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    • purpose. In order that we may have a foundation as broad as possible,
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • forbidding picture of Spiritual Science that he found it was not at
    • has read a lecture and has found that this is not the case.
    • is therefore no proof that a man has found something antipathetic to
    • be found in anthroposophical Spiritual Science.
    • forward because it points to the profoundly important fact I
    • be found. But in any case, as it is now — to the dislike
    • already been found on spiritual scientific soil — even such new
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    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
    • is no better foundation than the natural science of the present day,
    • that is only to be found in me as man; I have to await something.
    • though they have not seen the foundations and the roots. Things
    • and then they will be able to co-operate in what must be founded.
    • first of over eighty Waldorf Schools was not founded until 1919.]
    • profoundly connected with the deep knowledge which man can only gain
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    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • tomorrow on what he had found out or learnt today — because he
    • found through that of which we have spoken, through the maturing
    • to be found between successive periods, similarities of the most
    • diverse kinds. We have found a close similarity between our age and
    • the right spot. Just as little can reality be found in the
    • abstract, paradoxical, but they correspond to profound realities;
    • mainspring of the present so-called war is to be found in the general
    • spirituality must also be found which is connected with the earth's
    • if the path to rejuvenation is not found, the evolution of mankind
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    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • of verification of them; for, if he found only what he had already
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • afterward; and in America are to be found those souls who lived in
    • only — although somewhat more profoundly — the history of
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    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • of verification of them; for, if he found only what he had already
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • afterward; and in America are to be found those souls who lived in
    • only — although somewhat more profoundly — the history of
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    • foundations. If, because of feebleness, we have only forces of
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • foundations. If, because of feebleness, we have only forces of
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
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    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • Spiritual Science is founded upon the same fundamental principles
    • This ‘going beyond’ is founded primarily upon the
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • and more precise details are to be found in my books,
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • endeavouring to develop an art of movement founded on the reality of
    • to forge with the Divine-Spiritual foundations of the Universe. In
    • inner security which can only be found in consciousness of his
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
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    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • Spiritual Science is founded upon the same fundamental principles
    • This ‘going beyond’ is founded primarily upon the
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • and more precise details are to be found in my books,
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • endeavouring to develop an art of movement founded on the reality of
    • to forge with the Divine-Spiritual foundations of the Universe. In
    • inner security which can only be found in consciousness of his
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
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    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • continuation of schools which had been founded by the Church, so the
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • continuation of schools which had been founded by the Church, so the
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • as their foundation and those in whom the old traditional thoughts
    • in those who have found a direct pleasure in Haeckel's “Riddles
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • For this reason, we cannot say that it can only be found among a
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • as their foundation and those in whom the old traditional thoughts
    • in those who have found a direct pleasure in Haeckel's “Riddles
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • For this reason, we cannot say that it can only be found among a
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • [a] case resembling that of the boy who found his death under
    • exist in the spiritual world. They may, of course, also be found in
    • of Beings that can only be found in the spiritual world. Naturalism
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    • [a] case resembling that of the boy who found his death under
    • exist in the spiritual world. They may, of course, also be found in
    • of Beings that can only be found in the spiritual world. Naturalism
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    • in him a profound wisdom. But there is no trace of this wisdom in the
    • sulphur-process — are nowhere to be found in this form in
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    • in him a profound wisdom. But there is no trace of this wisdom in the
    • sulphur-process — are nowhere to be found in this form in
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha could be found in Europe. But these
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    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha could be found in Europe. But these
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    • founded. He also referred to articles in a Roman Catholic periodical,
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
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    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual lay at the foundation of all ancient
    • start from a broad basis whereon can be found a large number of
    • the world, can be found by men when they become spiritual
    • I went on to say that the Anthroposophical Movement is founded upon
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • founded at Dornach in the Goetheanum and by the Goetheanum. For that
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal, for only under these
    • that they can be found in the natural way, and there they must be
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual lay at the foundation of all ancient
    • start from a broad basis whereon can be found a large number of
    • the world, can be found by men when they become spiritual
    • I went on to say that the Anthroposophical Movement is founded upon
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • founded at Dornach in the Goetheanum and by the Goetheanum. For that
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal, for only under these
    • that they can be found in the natural way, and there they must be
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • stand upon the foundation of ordinary science, in the usual
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • with that part which, here on earth, lies at the foundation of our
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
    • painting may even be found here in Leipzig; but people do not go
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    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • stand upon the foundation of ordinary science, in the usual
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • with that part which, here on earth, lies at the foundation of our
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
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    • into account as a factor in the founding of the Anthroposophical
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • humility is hardly to be found.
    • regarding any matter. But the world is profound; and all that is connected
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • most profound problems of the world; and when these mysteries are mentioned
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • our souls from the whole essence of Spiritual Science and what is to be found
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
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    • humility is hardly to be found.
    • regarding any matter. But the world is profound; and all that is connected
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • most profound problems of the world; and when these mysteries are mentioned
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • our souls from the whole essence of Spiritual Science and what is to be found
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
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    • the deeper foundations in these matters, and this knowledge has to be
    • for the causes in the irregularities to be found there. The question
    • period, where we found that there was nothing in existence apart from
    • For everything belonging to the plants and minerals has a profound
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    • the inter-working of the sexes is to be found in the fact that
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    • We can glimpse from this the deeper foundations of astrology. But we
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    • count those that form the foundation of these, namely the physical
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    • strongly as it can that a high level of intelligence is to be found
    • because people cannot read such profound writings today, they are too
    • healthy laughter, is found in someone as an end in itself, as
    • always unfounded egoism. That is why it is so moving when Homer says
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    • actually found them, the group souls around the North Pole. If they
    • North Pole, we should have found a spiritualising of the earth
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • the souls looked, they found a different possibility for developing
    • possible shade of skin colour. Look at the colours to be found in
    • found the peoples that did not descend right into physical bodies but
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    • He had to receive the foundation for this, however, and if the gods
    • had not provided this foundation for him in the first place, he would
    • this laying of a good foundation.
    • connections into which he is placed so as to form the foundation for
    • the Holy Spirit, he had first to be given the foundation, as is the
    • case for all creation out of nothingness. This foundation was given
    • the greatest, most profound foundation. If man becomes such that he
    • esotericism is connected with the profoundest thought in the whole of
    • foundation. My ancient heritage will in no way hinder me from
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    • its influence. St. Paul's profound esoteric knowledge exemplified in
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    • foundation of the German Section of the Theosophical Society. Anyone
    • profound moral significance of the super-sensible truths pertaining to
    • Norbert [St. Norbert, c. 1085–1134. In 1121 founded the
    • founded a religious Order in the West. Before the idea of
    • founding the Order came to him, Norbert was a loose-living man, full
    • contained in the lightning. It was then that he founded his Order,
    • of its founder, in many respects it did good at the time. Such
    • understand the foundation of the legend that has grown up in
    • either be built on the foundations of spiritual knowledge — or
    • death in a favourable or an unfavourable way. It will be found that
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    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • religion among them did not do so, but instead founded a second
    • bound blood to blood and were a determining factor in the founding of
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    • day the girl found a pearl, thereby becoming the possessor of great
    • treasure, the pearl she had found.
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
    • matter of recognising the confirmations which can actually be found
    • research lack any real foundation, this is only a sign that he has
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • BC. and was the founder of logic, of the art of judgement; he himself
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    • Earth is the deed of Gautama Buddha, the founder of a different
    • Today, because of the profound significance of the
    • order that the way can be found from a natural scientific view of the
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    • its influence. St. Paul's profound esoteric knowledge exemplified in
    • well founded, but on the other hand it will also be evident that in
    • he could be endowed with the germinal foundation for the ‘I’,
    • astral body from the Spirits of Movement, and the germinal foundation
    • was rooted in profound esotericism. It was not possible for him
    • very presentation was based upon profound esoteric knowledge. We
    • lived, say, six or seven thousand years before the founding of
    • second Adam, the spiritual Adam. It is a profound truth that Paul
    • such a way that they become the foundation of the sense for freedom
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
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    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • first foundation was laid during the Old Saturn period; during the
    • Old Sun period the etheric body was woven into this foundation;
    • within us the transformed Saturn foundation, the transformed Sun and
    • by minds adequately prepared, are indicated in words to be found in
    • possible foundations for this attitude in their next incarnation —
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    • theoretical materialism are still to be found in certain circles.
    • by a seer? It is found that these were morose, hypochondriacal
    • always found it difficult to establish any relation with their
    • previous life; on medical examination they would have been found to
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    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • today. It is good that on the basis of what can already be found in
    • something that is founded in the depths of the Cosmos, that does
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    • foundation of anthroposophically orientated Spiritual Science is laid
    • found it necessary to have the notes regulated. He entrusted this
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    • over to externals; we will draw on the old tradition as found in
    • philosophy in its much profounder form, struggled to bring all the
    • explanation of the deepening of thought at that time be found. Only
    • what else we are — is to be found. In the very moment when one
    • that the root causes of this are a profound enigma. You must seek in
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    • studies how these powers would have found an abode in human souls —
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    • who contributed in one way or another to the founding of
    • who at that time founded the Zarathustrian spiritual stream and then
    • influences, the souls descending from the planets would have found no
    • of St. George vanquishing the Dragon which are found in the records
    • Many towns founded by the Greeks as colonies were named
    • Apollo, for whom a kind of confederation was founded later on.
    • the course of later time human souls would not have found bodies in
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
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    • of the Greek Apollo we found an echo of what had taken place at the
    • The profound difference between the Greek and the Hebrew
    • clouds and found his kingdom on Earth. The distinctive inner
    • commandment. The form of commandment found in the Decalogue is
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    • Holy Vessel — where is it to be found? That was the question.
    • Parsifal's arrival at the Castle is to be found in Chrestien de
    • questions in the morning, but when morning came he found the whole
    • nobody was there. He got dressed, and downstairs he found his horse
    • Castle moat. And he found no trace of the company he had encountered
    • Where, then, is the Grail, which today must be found in
    • found? Now in the course of my researches it had been shown to me
    • gold-gleaming vessel in its reality is to be found, so that through
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    • I have said that the stellar script is to be found in
    • the Grail is to be found through the stellar script, not the Grail
    • sickle; and there, in occult writing, is to be found the name of
    • nature and in the gifts of Grace. This harmony is found both in
    • found. Anyone who attempted it was bound to suffer pain. And since
    • to be found who had remained untouched by the controversies in the
    • that the place of Prester John is not to be found on Earth.
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    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • will have found that four periods in the development
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • A race of err-ant gods has found existence
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    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • will have found that four periods in the development
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • A race of err-ant gods has found existence
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • him during the night. And many a one who has found a better solution
    • possession and therewith he acquired the sure foundation of his
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • him during the night. And many a one who has found a better solution
    • possession and therewith he acquired the sure foundation of his
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    • founded. It has no such wish. It wishes to arise today as a necessary
    • various hypotheses — with the foundations laid by geology,
    • border where the spiritual world breaks in; this is not to be found
    • this image is well-founded from a natural scientific point of view is
    • well-founded hypotheses: he describes how one day after millions of
    • years according to these alterations. We get just as well-founded a
    • leave my footprints. These footprints are found by someone else, who
    • far-reaching, for they are found only when an individual progresses
    • makes death the foundation, just as physical investigation is based
    • foundation is the ground. In the spiritual world the consciousness
    • after death has different foundations, but it is definitely a
    • acquired. This knowledge has profound significance for the human
    • spiritual world between death and a new birth is founded on what
    • paradoxical here, but it is based on good foundations
    • today, the results of those who wish to lay the foundation for the
    • for which only spiritual science can provide the foundation. This is
    • foundations of a grasp of reality as Goethe wanted it.
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    • founding of societies based purely on the spiritual is already a task
    • found a society such as the Anthroposophical Society? Why does one
    • and profound significance to have insight into the connection between
    • are brought together with the facts that lie at their foundation.
    • foundation that are not merely functional. In order to understand
    • Columban and his pupil Gallus, who founded the city where I am
    • Things have deep foundations, and knowledge is necessary today, not
    • movement is today, it nevertheless found its way to the surface. And
    • an understanding of spiritual concepts have already found the
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    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • than Plato when he explains Plato to his pupils! Hebbel, the profound
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    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • than Plato when he explains Plato to his pupils! Hebbel, the profound
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    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
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    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • Of course, those who stand upon the foundation of
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • order to mould that which lies, spiritually, at the foundation of
    • Probably such a painting may even be found here in
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • Of course, those who stand upon the foundation of
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • order to mould that which lies, spiritually, at the foundation of
    • Probably such a painting may even be found here in
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • world in which the dead are to be found — precisely then, when
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • always be found. But when these scientists approach feeling and the
    • process is to be found, and that thought and sensation are bound to
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • in everything and how its fragments can be found in all the
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • world in which the dead are to be found — precisely then, when
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • always be found. But when these scientists approach feeling and the
    • process is to be found, and that thought and sensation are bound to
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • in everything and how its fragments can be found in all the
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    • alongside of other courses. On Sun are found seven Elohim or
    • Before the Celtic archangel found his centre for the Grail, the
    • Scandinavian had found his centre above the earth near
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    • etc. I was able to build upon this foundation because my hearers
    • foundation for a true psychology of the various folk-characters. With
    • reality is placed at the foundation of the development of the
    • relations, whereas without this foundation there is no true knowledge
    • on this subject. One must seek a foundation for the psychology of
    • present time it will be found that what was then said throws a great
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    • profound truths of spiritual science. I therefore request those of
    • the foundations of a people, out of the spirit of the various
    • of homelessness has been attained, the way may be found back to the
    • developing as Spirit-self or Manas very little can be found in man
    • prototype; and that which is to be found in the spiritual-soul is in
    • to form the first foundations of his physical body, then those of his
    • age certain things of which the foundations were laid in ancient
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    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • influence of the abnormal Spirit of Personality are also to be found
    • the North American people, there you have a people absolutely founded
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    • In the spiritual-soul is first to be found that which is
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
    • the Dutch people split away from the foundations which it had in
    • together, just as we have found a domain in which the normal and
    • these a foundation is created for what arises out of them. If we then
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    • and at the foundations from which the several peoples spring, we must
    • which he is to be found somewhere about his twentieth year. All that
    • earth's surface; and thus were the foundations laid for the
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • foundations were laid which made it possible for a Plato to arise.
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    • lay a foundation by acquiring an understanding of the Hierarchies, to
    • to be fulfilled, or man could not have received the foundations of
    • period, in order on the one hand to lay the foundation of the etheric
    • to lay the foundation — through the continued operation of the
    • foundations, into which we have glanced a little to-day, appear in
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    • that in which Moon for the time being is to be found. This is also
    • Thus were the great foundations of the races created,
    • of Form to be found in Mercury. He intervenes by co-operating with
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    • foundations of these races, others were sent afterwards to those
    • ruling class of that land and laid the foundations of the first
    • is only unity, a Monon at the foundation of the world. Monism or
    • have the task of analyzing the foundations of the world and thus to
    • be found in Western Europe, and there the inspiration was given by
    • Celtic Archangel had founded a new Centre in the noble citadel of the
    • indicated, in how far he has the foundations for a Spirit of the Age.
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    • advanced human beings passed into Indian territory and there founded
    • the Persian civilization was founded, then the
    • another. For instance, the men who in old India founded the ancient
    • it was as though he found the spiritual contents of the world spread
    • to be found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • giving him what were to become his soul forces, and he found there as
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    • clairvoyance then still to be found in humanity, were transposed
    • mythology, there is not always to be found an equally clear
    • of the Ahrimanic influence is not to be found there in the same way;
    • that is only to be found where spiritual science has been taught.
    • that are to be found in the sphere of inner vision. They therefore
    • come across such a clear and profound knowledge of the fact that
    • like of which cannot be found, because no other mythology adheres so
    • That is the profound utterance of John the Baptist.
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    • foundation, a basis, to work from. For we shall deal with the nature
    • surface as was necessary to form a foundation for the whole culture
    • which has worked its way up out of the foundations of all that lies
    • places the ego among other egos. It was able to found the whole
    • from the founding of the external constitutional form. The union of
    • founding of the parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • culture which for its foundation and development works out the other
    • which we have so often found in the Persian mythology; it has the
    • to be found in the world of the East. By means of these feelings this
    • the ground of Spiritual Science that a comprehension can be found of
    • what is so profoundly understood by Solovioff in the sentence, ‘In
    • these things. We shall work further on the foundations of these
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    • still found it among the South Germanic peoples at the time when he
    • in the Germanic North the best conditions are to be found for the
    • the etheric body are developed will be found in increasing numbers,
    • found by Initiates. Humanity is growing into that world in order to
    • St. Paul saw as the living Christ Who is to be found in the etheric
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the vicinity
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
    • Mystery will be found to correspond to the truth.
    • I have found that many of those who have accompanied us
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    • science, but able to provide a true foundation for artistic creation, if man
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    • science, but able to provide a true foundation for artistic creation, if man
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    • Rudolf Steiner's works in the original German will be found at the
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    • already laid down. During the Sun embodiment the foundation of the
    • its uttermost depths, everything associated most profoundly with the
    • and Plato, as Christians who lived before the founding of
    • powers won back for our souls a community of Love can be founded
    • Mystery of Golgotha the human soul has found what it had lost from
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    • found a Path”) lives in the immense cosmic tableau that is like
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    • “death and immortality” which are to be found in Paul's
    • the man's guilt cannot be found in the Akashic Record.
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    • be found in the world, or in the certainty that he must himself pass
    • friends, from a heart profoundly moved I utter these words: “In
    • person in question has found a connection with Christ, that he wants
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    • the inner being of man. We must found that which is really man's true
    • East through an outer wisdom found their way to the crib.
    • The way must be found again to the Christmas Mystery. We
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    • This can show us how profound was the connection between
    • The Egyptian myth is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he
    • found again and is able hereafter to continue his activity in a new
    • found again. We cannot imagine that mankind could lose the Sun-Being,
    • Nile, who must be found again by Isis, in order that his body, cut
    • world's order cannot be found in their movements.
    • be found in its later form among the Gnostics, and which the early
    • find Isis, and when we have found her, we must learn how to place out
    • acquired through the newly-found Isis, so that the whole heavens
    • through the newly-found power of Isis, which is now become the power
    • Lucifer. It no longer sees into the spiritual foundations of
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    • more profound. External perception has itself descended from what was
    • this threefoldness of the social organism. It is only profound
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    • perceptions of the senses. They founded teachings based entirely
    • world in which the human being is not to be found — these have
    • the Economic Council to deal with the material foundations of the
    • This ‘Cultural Council’ was founded a year
    • festival, at a place where nothing in the old style is to be found.
    • mind today. When the ‘Futurum Company’ was founded here
    • unfold these powers out of the deepest foundations of their being —
    • deepest foundations. This birth should hover before us — the
    • the Wise Men from the East; from its very foundations we must
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    • connection in which these words are found in Troxler's work, and the
    • placing it at the foundation of his view of nature, which he
    • to be found in literature which is called theosophical. I know that
    • Gœthe on this subject was found.” Such is our
    • will be found. But this was found by me as long ago as 1891. In the
    • for 1790 R. Steiner found the following
    • similar things which I found, I was able to write in 1897 in my book,
    • In this booklet it has been pointed out how unfounded is all
    • are often made in such an unfounded manner upon spiritual science
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    • building, but unhealthy mysticism or such like is found. Yet in spite
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    • foundation of my own, independent method of research.
    • it, until it was there found heretical and turned out; and what had
    • a.d. True, resemblances may be found between
    • speak intelligibly about the ways and means found by spiritual science
    • researches. The method of research in spiritual science is founded on
    • is said that spiritual science is founded on what is to be attained
    • Gates of Knowledge, directions are to be found as to what must be
    • also to be found described in the above-named books. Through this
    • world is experienced with the senses. A second human being is found in
    • man in this way, as oxygen is found in water by the methods of natural
    • foundations of spiritual research. We arrive at leaving the body with
    • profoundest peace, and in complete harmony within the circle of the
    • belief be in any way lessened by what is found in spiritual science.
    • be found through spiritual science.
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • context, it will be found that, for instance, I never uttered such
    • think of the fact that nothing about repeated earth-lives is found in
    • versed in the culture of his time who could say that he found a
    • because nothing can be found therein about reincarnation,
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    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • same spirit which we have found in his sculpture and painting. The
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
    • of life is to be found when we observe repeated earth lives and transfer
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    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • same spirit which we have found in his sculpture and painting. The
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
    • of life is to be found when we observe repeated earth lives and transfer
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    • the death of a friend (Christian Morgenstern): The founders of the
    • The great founders of the
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    • founders of the religions and modern spiritual science of the
    • founders of our religions handed down images not based on the
    • education of the human race undertaken by the founders of our
    • world after death. The founders of our religions wanted to be certain
    • meant to come of age, as it were. Religious founders will no longer
    • ideas of the ancient founders of religions. But humanity must come of
    • age and what the founders of religions provided for our faith must be
    • emphasize that when we speak of the old religious founders we are not
    • through him. The ancient religious founders were in a sense teachers,
    • following the religious founders, as in earlier times. And although
    • principle to the one used by the ancient religious founders. Their
    • their religious founders and modern people who are willing to
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    • the death of a friend (Christian Morgenstern): The founders of the
    • Various founders of
    • religious founders was to offer people ideas about the super-sensible
    • crippled. The founders of our religions provided ideas that met the
    • the spiritual world through our souls. The ancient founders of our
    • profound thinking underlying the building that is growing outside on
    • the external authority that supported the founders of religions; we
    • Society must have a profound inner knowledge of the mission of true
    • clairvoyant psychic forces, but then found here a captive audience
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    • can call these processes, provides the foundation for spiritual
    • I found out that in my case
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    • That is why the founders of
    • comparison with the foundations of spiritual science, these ideals
    • power came from the founders of our religions. They were thoughts of
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    • soul until he found the poetic form for the personality of Ahasver.
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    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • When the true foundations of these matters are
    • experiences in its deepest foundations when, lingering in this
    • The painting, too, that will be found in the Building
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    • experiences in its deepest foundations when, lingering in this
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    • but abstractions when their spiritual foundations are ignored.
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    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • An echo of this may still be found among the ancient Hebrews, where
    • Now that you are able to understand this upon a deeper foundation,
    • facts lying at the foundation of these things. During the epoch
    • truly objective foundation of human evolution always rebounds, flies
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    • An echo of this may still be found among the ancient Hebrews, where
    • Now that you are able to understand this upon a deeper foundation,
    • facts lying at the foundation of these things. During the epoch
    • truly objective foundation of human evolution always rebounds, flies
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    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • Moon stage of development arose the first foundation of the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
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    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • Moon stage of development arose the first foundation of the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
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    • things, built upon different foundations. The public writings are the
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    • as a supplement or complement to what is to be found in
    • found in the books and lecture-cycles and perhaps especially in the
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    • must be preserving it therefrom. Yet my own being is nowhere to be found
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    • we found yesterday, we see, on the one hand, the human physical body,
    • is not to be found — to begin with — in anything similar in
    • be found in the world of space; but they enter space when we produce
    • man (red). Everywhere around me I have what we found to be the second
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    • Anthroposophical Knowledge from its foundations. You may regard the
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    • joy in life, no firm foundation, no security. With the form man's thinking
    • existence — into Reality. This way is only to be found in what
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    • composition that we discern in man is also found in the external world.
    • and other compounds found outside of man, and he investigates what the
    • it was than when in the water, and exclaimed: Eureka! I have found
    • however, all these conditions are found to be quite different from what
    • Here the connection between the moral and the physical is first found.
    • It cannot be found by merely studying the present world of Nature and
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    • it actually is, not altering it in his dreams, will be found to be a
    • his journey at a town in South Germany. It was found later, when the
    • found himself in a casual ward in Berlin, where he had finally landed.
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    • to some earthly experience, we felt this or that about it, found it
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    • found a foothold in the various civilized states of Europe and
    • eighty errors is to be found everything which implies a modern
    • one of the founders of Scholasticism, as Bishop of
    • up to that time had merely laid the foundations of a reputation by
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    • a planned society.” This sentence is to be found in an article
    • concluded. It is to be found in an article on the measures taken by
    • you remember when the Jesuit Order was founded, you will easily draw
    • the inference that the foundation of that Order is essentially
    • connected with the fact that some means had to be found to overcome
    • was Canisius, the immediate disciple of Ignatius Loyola, who founded
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    • foundation that is rooted in a real spiritual life, and not in mere
    • weeks in showing you how ill-founded are the modern laws of the
    • more profound say that one must raise oneself into the spiritual
    • world and leave the evil material world behind; a really profound
    • live in the higher world! But even these profound natures as well as
    • the less profound have children and have the notion that these
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    • found that “true” comes to mean for us sound or healthy,
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    • important is not to found sects and societies with fixed programmes,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be found in asserting the
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
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    • important is not to found sects and societies with fixed programmes,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be found in asserting the
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
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    • is a thought-rhythm. But it is not a rhythm that can be found in a
    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • of which I have spoken. When these are experienced they are found to have
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • of which I have spoken. When these are experienced they are found to have
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
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    • He can be found by man only through the awakening of an inner power of
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • for the first time at such a meeting. In point of time, the foundation
    • a number of persons have now found themselves together who will be the
    • to what we have hitherto found by our methods.” Then they declared
    • unite on the basis of what we have founded in Dornach — the
    • are now coming before us, is a result of the Christmas Foundation
    • lines for this work at the close of the present lectures) the foundation
    • indications and foundations of work for those sixty individual farmers.
    • is here making itself felt is the foundation of a rather intimate mutual
    • I have invariably found it wiser, and I do so to-day. Far rather would
    • could listen to such things, for I have always found them extremely
    • I have found it very stupid. This is what we at Dornach are striving
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    • example, we found that if we wished absolutely to prevent the possibility
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    • it is a question of the underlying basis? My statement was founded on
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • paragraph often sufficed to create the foundation for a farmer's
    • faults typically found in spiritual movements. I then asked, “How
    • scientific knowledge must have found its way into practical life by
    • found that one-sided mineral fertilising lowers the trace-element content
    • from which certain antibiotic drugs are derived. I have found that these
    • situation was found to exist in regard to soils. Analyses of available
    • greater than those found in tests of soils from adjoining fields, one
    • been found that the time of day or the season of the year influences
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • With profound thanks
    • one first possesses as a foundation a practical acquaintance with the
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • foundations. They look at a beetroot as a beetroot. No doubt it has
    • true foundation to the story I have often told in other circles. In
    • in this way, and then apply, what we have found, in practice.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • Earth which is the foundation of all Agriculture.
    • account for earthly processes. These effects are found in what is
    • first place as to the geological foundation out of which it arises.
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    • include another substance, of the profoundest importance for protein,
    • foundations of these things. Otherwise the danger is very great that
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    • must do so. This understanding must be found, precisely for the most
    • is founded on this perception.
    • an impression of the quantitative aspect: I always found, having first
    • take our start above all from man himself. Man is the foundation of
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    • by certain other things. Only in one case a substitute cannot be found,
    • found in the same way in any other plant.
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    • weed.” Most of the authors, I found, if they tried to define what
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    • not to be found in the tree. To understand the matter rightly, we must
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • such distinctions also). On this distinction they found all manner of
    • wish to create the foundations for an understanding of the feeding-process,
    • only the foundation for manifold experiments, which will extend, no
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
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    • the word in which all these letters are to be found. He is
    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
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    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
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    • Everything in the Zodiac symbols is immensely profound,
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    • independent Spiritual Science founded by Rudolf Steiner, as presented
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    • beings found on the physical plane, but who are yet connected with it.
    • from their lips. These beings are likewise to be found within our astral
    • a certain respect are extraordinarily clever. These beings to be found
    • asylums. They are, moreover, almost always to be found near mediums
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    • as separate globes because scenes of action had to be found for the
    • blood. Thus what has recently been found in a Zurich laboratory is in
    • foundations which bring about what the physicist sees. We have not been
    • on the other hand the spiritual facts have been found by occult means,
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    • neared old Saturn you would have found nothing of hardened, or watery,
    • If you could have examined the Saturn-condition you would have found
    • evolution. I. have shown that the light laid the foundation of the nervous
    • cosmic music is albumen, protoplasm, the foundation of all living growth.
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    • found wisdom as their out-standing characteristic. These Moon group-souls
    • therefore has begun as a religion, for humanity was founded on religion.
    • no longer exist? There will be no religion that is founded on mere faith.
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    • which found expression, on the one hand, in the civilizations of Babylon,
    • founded; it was sought through geometry to make the earth suited to
    • have been able to find such an expression as it found in Giordano Bruno,
    • their lives according to the spirit of the time, how they found states,
    • found sciences, cultivate their fields — everything of human origin,
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    • All these symbols have their true foundation in reality. These beings
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    • found at quite definite places, namely, where there is a certain contact
    • application, however; they are to be found only at spots where the contact
    • they really play a role. In fact they are not only to be found where
    • Ages when cities of the same type were founded over the whole of Europe.
    • built on other foundations.
    • truths, those that are found in the most inward way, are at the same
    • all truths, the arithmetical, geometrical, are found inwardly, and yet
    • truth being found by everyone for himself inwardly, harmony will prevail.
    • is to be found. They are quite shrewd too, full of a natural wisdom.
    • not the slightest idea. All these things are founded on good grounds
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    • circles and not only theoretically but as giving the foundation for
    • to be found in our environment — they are “spectres”
    • on a spiritual foundation, will again signify some-thing living for
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    • purely a reproduction of spiritual forces to be found in space, and
    • worlds. It is of profound importance when viewed as spiritual history
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    • Christ Being; that one must depend on the profoundest
    • founding of Christianity, we realize that in a certain
    • about the founding of Christianity and will only consider
    • first at Southern Europe, we find a profound spiritual
    • highly educated men who adopted the profound ideas which we
    • profound understanding of Christianity which lies in
    • have found its antithesis in modern materialism. What is it
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    • we know that the suffering is founded in karma. That was
    • these concepts in the profoundest sense in order to
    • what impulses have they nevertheless given! Their profound
    • thoughtless one passes over things which are profoundly
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    • Jesus is said to have been lost and he is found again
    • our times, understand the enormously profound experiences
    • it must have made a profound impression on those lamenting
    • when we recently laid the foundation stone of our building
    • observe how profound human misery can be. He had seen
    • Nazareth heard more profound things about the secrets which
    • This refers to the first Goetheanum, for which the foundation
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    • nevertheless, a profound and important teacher – the
    • respect. And he knew what profound words Hillel had spoken.
    • felt only her infinite love. So something of a profound
    • dwells, founded by the old gods and spirits – they
    • are old. I want to found a new kingdom; I will give you
    • resist them. He found the strength which man needs to find
    • a deep impression on him. Everywhere he found the people
    • profound pain came over him in the last year due to being
    • profound things from my unpublished lecture cycles. One
    • laying of the foundation stone of our building know how
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    • the opening of the sixth seal were also to be found at that time in
    • planets come from the spirits of the seven planets found around the
    • descended from the womb of God it found a human animal on earth. These
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    • records concerning initiation. And the Apocalypse is the profoundest
    • they were permitted to learn the teachings that can now be found in
    • is also found in the Northern European mysteries. There was an initiate
    • was the founder of the northern mysteries. What happened in the mysteries
    • so as to found a new world order. The new initiation is what will occur
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    • to the founder of the theosophical movement that we would like to
    • with the founder of our movement. We want to become fully conscious
    • Occidental culture, no one was found as suitable as Helena Petrovna
    • case that there are no mistakes to be found in them. But those who really
    • forth — that is prepared by the powers who, in 1841, found their
    • who, at that time, found suitable soil, those powers have taken possession
    • This stream found an instrument precisely in Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
    • not yet have found the light within. Because egotism is the fundamental
    • larger part of humanity. As the Lemurian race found its end through
    • truths whose significance is not to be found there. The study of the
    • with Henry Steel Olcott (1832 – 1907) she founded the Theosophical
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    • events of the future — a profound mystery of the future is present
    • here. What is found today on a higher plane will appear in the future
    • that has lived for a long time and found various explanations. However,
    • foundation for organs in the future. There was a time when human beings
    • something found in every human being, something present in every
    • Apocalypse. Precisely these profound words show us that the Apocalypse
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    • ancient mysteries founded the primal wisdom, the wisdom of the Atlanteans.
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    • will be closed. The profound meaning of these reincarnations, if we
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    • and, for the grape juice, found the expression, “This is my
    • age must found a new culture after the war of all against all. The seventh
    • epoch. Those who have heard the call will be the founders of a new
    • was the most important founder of Attic tragedy and the oldest of
    • one of the “seven wise men,” and one of the founders of
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    • to the spirit not because this or that is found in old books, not because
    • This was gradually prepared in the Rosicrucian schools founded in the
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    • 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. \
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    • 12:8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven. \
    • 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. \
    • 17:8b and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is. \
    • 18:21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. \
    • 18:22b and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a millstone shall be heard no more at all in thee; \
    • 18:24 And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of saints, and of all that were slain upon the earth. \
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    • that the Order of the Templars was founded in connection with the Crusades.
    • The Order of the Templars was founded almost at the very beginning of the
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • found everywhere).
    • Through the fact that errors found their way into human evolution, human
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • in this direction. For to the materialistic age that has found the enduring
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    • that the Order of the Templars was founded in connection with the Crusades.
    • The Order of the Templars was founded almost at the very beginning of the
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • found everywhere).
    • Through the fact that errors found their way into human evolution, human
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • in this direction. For to the materialistic age that has found the enduring
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    • penetrate into the spiritual foundation of man's nature. Anyone
    • his physical organs into the spiritual, super-sensible foundation of
    • physiology, from that of external physiology. The foundations for our
    • be found enclosed in organs affording the greatest protection against
    • are to be found in man and animal, that these organs must therefore
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    • be found outside the region we had in mind yesterday. Even the most
    • method of observation a foundation for the occult method, let us
    • parts is to be found in its essence in the external impressions or
    • it as a settled matter that in the nerve-system is to be found the
    • as having a still more profound basis, that, in the case of man, we
    • basis for arriving at the occult foundations of human nature. In
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    • which will then appear to us as its deeper foundations.
    • mystics, whether they had for their foundation more of reality or
    • found in the Saturn forces — in that planet therefore, which is
    • that mythology leads us deeper into the foundations of things and of
    • foundation.
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    • reason of the fact that it is built up on the foundation of a
    • builds itself up on the foundation of external perceptions and
    • super-sensible world, we can penetrate into the foundations of the
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    • resistances are to be found within the entire organism in a great
    • true if, during these ten years, this man has gone through profound
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    • The blood, as it exists in man, cannot be found anywhere else than in
    • a good foundation in the other organic systems while at the same time
    • called the skin are represented indeed, as we have found, all the
    • must then consider that in the bony system, which is the foundation
    • system of man the physical organisation has found the final
    • the foundation of our organisation.”
    • system is building itself out of the dark foundations and forces of
    • foundations.
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    • We have referred to various facts in this connection, and have found
    • any contradiction among those who have a foundation of true
    • the foundation, and whatever is disposed around it can be thus
    • expression of the subconscious self, that self which is to be found
    • as a model deep down in the foundation of man's being but,
    • its foundation a cosmic force-system which presses into the
    • expressions are scarcely to be found for things which are not in the
    • found only under the influence of our own feeling life, which takes
    • liquefying processes to be found in what is mingled with the
    • they are to be found in those processes in the blood-channels which
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    • profoundly and thoroughly, the correspondence between the vital
    • that certain of these metals to be found on the earth have their
    • in the statements to be found in our books dealing with therapy is
    • all the details of the embryonic process. And the more profoundly we
    • for the compassion which was the foundation-stone of all our higher
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    • air or water or solid earth is as yet to be found upon ancient
    • through the severance of sun and earth, all that was to be found at
    • Bible, then you will have a foundation for all that is to come before
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    • air, and water were to be found there. It was only with the emergence
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    • time actually existed in the physical mode can only be found today by
    • know as the group-souls of the plants. Today they can only be found
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • evolved at that time, he too was to be found in a plantlike
    • be found. The Moon was the earth of that time, and it was only
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • already to be found in the Moon evolution. During the Moon evolution
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    • Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy has a firm foundation, and those who
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    • much more profound than modern natural science dreams! Thus when
    • found an answer to these questions which satisfies us up to a certain
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    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • found every one of the hierarchical ranks. Thus, in what we
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    • be found in the physical sun.” The most you can say is that the
    • writer has forgotten nothing There is a profound reason why on the
    • second day of creation these words are not to be found. Here we have
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    • human being is to be found in the days before the sixth. If the earth
    • species form; the earth brings forth the foundations of plant life
    • Thrones was to be found in the element of air and in the Moon
    • Thus man on the sixth day was not to be found in solid fleshly form.
    • He was to be found in physical form, as an earth being, but only in
    • man of pre-Luciferic times was to be found in the elementary
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    • who withdrew with the sun and found their scene of activity
    • profound wisdom here. But I can assure you that nothing from this
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • the link which is to be found between the feelings and perceptions of
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    • possessed by a few people, but it takes as its foundation forces
    • But a significant example may be found in the way in which one
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • pedagogy. At the Waldorf School at Stuttgart, founded by Emil Molt,
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    • possessed by a few people, but it takes as its foundation forces
    • But a significant example may be found in the way in which one
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • pedagogy. At the Waldorf School at Stuttgart, founded by Emil Molt,
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    • found in phenomenalism. Then he criticizes the
    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • found in phenomenalism. Then he criticizes the
    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • two quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • found its way even into their paint brushes. It is
    • profound gratitude for the sacrifices made by every single actor. It
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
    • profoundly meaningful figure is regarded in our materialistic age is
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • The references are to be found in
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    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
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    • forces found in man's astral body as transplanted into cosmic
    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • of the Earth, and will be able to be found there for all time, though
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • forces of Zeus were once to be found in an Atlantean Zeus, in the
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • felt profoundly that the human form as it walks the Earth today is a
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • realises the profound meaning of Greek history if one enters into
    • can also be found in the Akasha Chronicle. Spiritual Science can once
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    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • gods were the thoughts of the lower gods, and these upper gods found
    • found it too difficult to enter into these dense elements, and
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    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • up the human being and which have a profound meaning for human
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
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    • that he has found what will continue to be regarded as scientific for
    • than was to be found in the earlier images. So that what the
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • So too, when the Lord confounds both Job and his friends, it is by his
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    • far as it is presented in Anthroposophy, and of what is to be found
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    • of St. Luke is to be found in portrayals of the Mithras bull being driven
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    • far into the Middle Ages he was regarded in a certain sense as the founder
    • in which they would have found nothing of a divine nature, had they
    • were on the foundation of shadowy clairvoyance, the particular formation
    • appears again in him. Such is the profound meaning of the story here
    • that the visible world they beheld around them and which found its unity
    • an Egohood there enters that which is otherwise nowhere to be found
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    • knowledge is to be found among all the peoples of antiquity. We may speak
    • founded upon ancient spirit-inspiration. This experience was described
    • movement to such a height, that, out of his prophecy alone, it found
    • not just outpourings of fanatical abuse, but have profound significance.
    • traversed by Moses and his people. Moses found in the Ishmaelites, among
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    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • roughly with the founding of the Roman Empire.
    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
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    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • roughly with the founding of the Roman Empire.
    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
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    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
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    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
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    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
    • privileges, we have to recognise those who stand on the foundation of
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • Here are to be found the tasks with which our
    • universal import, found numerous associations of monistic or other
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
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    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
    • privileges, we have to recognise those who stand on the foundation of
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • Here are to be found the tasks with which our
    • universal import, found numerous associations of monistic or other
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
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    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • where Goethe summarises the lofty perceptions, profound thought and
    • essence. The abstract results of these investigations, to be found in
    • permeates such thoughts as are found, for instance, in
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    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • where Goethe summarises the lofty perceptions, profound thought and
    • essence. The abstract results of these investigations, to be found in
    • permeates such thoughts as are found, for instance, in
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    • recognised its poetic possibilities and would not have found
    • Egyptian culture founded by Hermes, the conditions heralded
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • where nothing physical could be found and darkness prevailed,
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    • recognised its poetic possibilities and would not have found
    • Egyptian culture founded by Hermes, the conditions heralded
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • where nothing physical could be found and darkness prevailed,
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    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
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    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • results of spiritual knowledge, when once they are found, can always
    • philosophy. In this Kantian moral philosophy Schiller found a
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    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • results of spiritual knowledge, when once they are found, can always
    • philosophy. In this Kantian moral philosophy Schiller found a
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    • wore symbols, of which they had such profound understanding that if
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
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    • wore symbols, of which they had such profound understanding that if
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    • foundation of unconscious untruthfulness that underlies our
    • to be found in eastern teaching because we happen to incline toward
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    • might call the oriental spiritual stream, which found its most
    • and profound one.
    • the stars in the heavens.” The Bible is profound, but the way
    • is how profound the stories in the Bible are; all of them correspond
    • can be found in the Bible. The Bible is far wiser than our science,
    • profoundly these Gospels record the event that inaugurated our era!
    • That event is so great that the four evangelists found that each of
    • initiations. The event they recorded is so profound that we must be
    • you an idea of how deeply this event should be taken and how profound
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    • turning up at the founding of our society out of curiosity, hoping to
    • messenger lived in him. This is found also in the Greek version of
    • angel].” Thus, a profound cosmic mystery connected with John
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    • kinds of etheric bodies are found among ordinary, even average, human
    • here we see a very profound meaning of this Christ
    • years. But these simple words can only be found on the basis of big,
    • that someday simple words may be found to express, in a basic,
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    • philosopher, scholar, scientist, and educator. was the founder of
    • philosophy, and religion. In 1924, he founded the General
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    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • Anthroposophy, in laying its foundations, is as conscientious as any
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • times, but to times more recent — we found much of what had been
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
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    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • Anthroposophy, in laying its foundations, is as conscientious as any
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • times, but to times more recent — we found much of what had been
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
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    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • spiritual conviction was born, for example, what has found expression
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • spiritual conviction was born, for example, what has found expression
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • steeped in fear. You found your social order upon fear; you create
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • be found even among people who have come from the same milieu. But
    • adjustment must be found.
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • steeped in fear. You found your social order upon fear; you create
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • be found even among people who have come from the same milieu. But
    • adjustment must be found.
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    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
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    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
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    • which can be found in the world as material substance, will not be
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • precursory of things which found their real justification during a
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • Father-principle can be found, and atheistic opinions arose.
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • which can be found in the world as material substance, will not be
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • precursory of things which found their real justification during a
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • Father-principle can be found, and atheistic opinions arose.
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • they can establish sociology upon the foundation of natural sciences,
    • Many grotesque paradoxes can be found not only in rather
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    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • they can establish sociology upon the foundation of natural sciences,
    • Many grotesque paradoxes can be found not only in rather
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    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • foundations for religious altruism in the first place, and,
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • National Being. And herein lies the profound inward falsity
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
    • analogy they found was a very thin one and lies chiefly in
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    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • foundations for religious altruism in the first place, and,
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • National Being. And herein lies the profound inward falsity
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
    • analogy they found was a very thin one and lies chiefly in
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    • comprehend what has arisen here on this foundation is
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    • comprehend what has arisen here on this foundation is
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • For them it represented a transition from the profound,
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be found by a soul inwardly unsanctified, whose feelings are
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • For them it represented a transition from the profound,
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be found by a soul inwardly unsanctified, whose feelings are
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • conception of the world built upon such a foundation? It was believed
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • conception of the world built upon such a foundation? It was believed
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    • sick man, profound insight into the deeper connections and
    • turn the foundation for a knowledge of man that is intelligible to
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • School at Stuttgart was founded. All the principles of the art of
    • well-founded deduction of Spiritual Science.
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    • sick man, profound insight into the deeper connections and
    • turn the foundation for a knowledge of man that is intelligible to
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • School at Stuttgart was founded. All the principles of the art of
    • well-founded deduction of Spiritual Science.
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    • thou hast living experience of soul and Spirit, thou hast found the
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
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    • thou hast living experience of soul and Spirit, thou hast found the
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
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    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
    • who walks on the earth. This was why they found it so difficult to
    • found on such and such a page. This are the sort of thing that leads
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • It is profoundly
    • human soul, just as it was found in the ordinary, everyday atmosphere
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    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
    • who walks on the earth. This was why they found it so difficult to
    • found on such and such a page. This are the sort of thing that leads
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • It is profoundly
    • human soul, just as it was found in the ordinary, everyday atmosphere
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    • a necessary foundation for many other perceptions which we need — a
    • foundation on which we shall afterwards have to build in our more intimate
    • physical and bodily. But the spiritual as such is nowhere to be found
    • at least the foundation of our Thinking. Without
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    • a necessary foundation for many other perceptions which we need — a
    • foundation on which we shall afterwards have to build in our more intimate
    • physical and bodily. But the spiritual as such is nowhere to be found
    • at least the foundation of our Thinking. Without
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    • into opposition to the well-founded results of the investigations carried
    • less changed or unchanged, are to be found there in the rock-material
    • originated, while only later the basic foundation of the lowest layer
    • and of natural philosophy, found this oldest rock-formation of the earth
    • the earth-being. Profoundly moving and leading more deeply into the
    • information can be found in my book
    • at the layer-formations to be found in the earth's upper crust.
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • found in organic bodies.
    • processes — and then spiritual processes. This foundation
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • process of decomposition and provides a foundation for the finer
    • beginning their ascent on the foundation of the solid earth. In the
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
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    • into opposition to the well-founded results of the investigations carried
    • less changed or unchanged, are to be found there in the rock-material
    • originated, while only later the basic foundation of the lowest layer
    • and of natural philosophy, found this oldest rock-formation of the earth
    • the earth-being. Profoundly moving and leading more deeply into the
    • information can be found in my book
    • at the layer-formations to be found in the earth's upper crust.
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • found in organic bodies.
    • processes — and then spiritual processes. This foundation
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • process of decomposition and provides a foundation for the finer
    • beginning their ascent on the foundation of the solid earth. In the
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
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    • are situated in the body. Here too are to be found the thought-forces
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • “Muspille,” a poem which was first found in a book
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
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    • are situated in the body. Here too are to be found the thought-forces
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • “Muspille,” a poem which was first found in a book
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
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    • Copyright©1989 by Foundation for
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    • Foundation and its Institute, and that is why we are supporting this
    • (a project of the Foundation for Advancement of
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    • which we are striving in the domain of Theosophy has already found
    • summer work that at the founding of the Branch at Neuchatel, the need
    • was only usurped, when a complete contradiction is found in her own
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    • found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and speak in
    • have found nothing. But I once found one small echo of these
    • and in all directions are to be found Spirits of Courage or
    • spiritual foundation of our life is present, though it is not yet
    • foundation — this fact, that the beings belonging to the
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    • observed the space of ancient Saturn we should have found no
    • profound feeling of bliss at the vision of the sacrifice; he will
    • giving, which could not have been found on ancient Saturn. For just
    • soul-experience as a foundation.
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    • spiritual to be found behind the phenomenon of heat, and then that
    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • so difficult to perceive that words could hardly be found in any
    • Cherubim. In this sacrifice is to be found the actual essence of all
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is
    • to be found in the world there is divine-renunciation. Just as heat
    • found expression in the smoke of the sacrifice. Suppose these
    • easily be made, (and I want you to let these thoughts work profoundly
    • recollect those words, which are to be found alone in the Gospel:
    • opponent in opposition to Him. This picture makes such a profound
    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • foundation of things. We see, too, that our era had to come to
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    • been able to grasp as the inner movement of that life. We thus found
    • is even to-day of profound significance. It is indicated in the
    • What kind of learning would it be which found a place in our soul,
    • when those Beings found their sacrifice rejected. In a spiritual
    • found that this sacrifice was not accepted because the Higher
    • the question as to whether anything real could be found in our world
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • Paul was — that He died, and rose again. But the foundation for
    • we have found pre-eminently on the physical plane something which
    • ‘reality’ may be based on very different foundations. The
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    • unfortunately only found 30 participants. “Why
    • Foundation meeting, beginning January 2. We wrote this to all
    • Foundation meeting.
    • with the new founding of the General Anthroposophical Society
    • and the founding of the High School for Spiritual Science.
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    • to be found in books on anatomy have merely to do with the
    • soul in the human being could not be found was because no
    • process of growing old. In certain cases it may be found that
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    • something quite different from all that is to be found in the
    • being hidden, and then ‘found’. The discovery of
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    • of the earth. In speaking of the etheric body, we found that
    • modern chemistry. These beginnings are to be found in the
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    • should serve as a foundation for physicians. Owing to the
    • given as a foundation for medicine would constitute, as it
    • side must be built upon the foundation of the exoteric
    • have a science of nature that has found its way even into
    • found in regions where particular illnesses occur.
    • found, in its most concentrated form, in the mineral kingdom,
    • come from this foundation. It must be quickened by keen,
    • that the real foundation of medical knowledge lies in this
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    • development of our work is the foundation of everything,
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, a kind of change must take
    • indication of how, after the foundation has been laid by a
    • which exist and which were reckoned with in the foundation of
    • not to others. That is where the esotericism has foundered
    • the newly founded Anthroposophical Society.
    • upon an inner foundation, and an acceptance of conditions
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    • really profound knowledge of some remedy, it is necessary for
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    • foundations comes only at the end, just as the way to
    • is without foundation, but it is exceedingly dangerous to
    • personal, I have always found that imagination was helped a
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    • something in profound correspondence with truth, of the human
    • our place in it. Having found this place, it is for us to
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    • the end of their studies; they will have found quite specific
    • later, is only to be found in the mineral kingdom, less in
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    • Christmas Foundation Meeting) really should not be. It is not
    • Foundation that a new character must come into the
    • to be found in the soul.
    • knowledge is sought for — although it cannot be found
    • there because it can only be found today by way of
    • nonsense. I myself found it most amusing. I said to him:
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    • remedy. Indications which are still to be found in dilettante
    • Christmas Foundation. You will realize this from other
    • founded far into Hungary and Poland. All the time there were
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    • medical thinking. The reason can be found if we can
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    • different foundations. When somebody is given meditations
    • carry out into the world those things that can be found here.
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    • solid, or at most, solid-fluid substances found in it. It is
    • on the ground — and no relation is found between the
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    • into us from the spiritual world has its foundation,
    • the foundation of the past that has dissolved into semblance,
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    • Italy, where at least it might still be found, it would be
    • since the Greek era, found no favour with him. When he came
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    • of men. Anyone who believes that thoughts are to be found
    • red or blue on things, so a Greek found that a thought was
    • may be found in the transition from the ancient period of the
    • profound personalities of the developing Greek culture,
    • upon the more profound Greek souls.
    • also felt by the more profound human beings in ancient
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    • Europe. This current of thought found its extreme expression
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    • the natural foundation had first to be laid down in man, so
    • that within the sphere of what this foundation has enabled
    • a foundation for what he can learn only in later life, so
    • foundation is laid for the solution of that immensely
    • impressive way man again finds the foundation for the moral
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    • found for works on the theory of knowledge, if written in the
    • truth a profound mystery.
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    • And in this activity of ‘divining’ they found a
    • cannot but be profoundly stirred by the fact that at the time
    • eyes of soul to something that is to be found there as a
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    • the original German will be found at the end of the present
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    • found in the ancient Mysteries. The problem of the
    • soul as a superstructure erected on the foundation of
    • Constantinople founded
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    • be found in the ancient Mystery teachings. We must see the
    • most profound mysteries for the present age. These mysteries
    • statements which are found in Saint-Martin only because they
    • also to be found to some extent in the Greek Mysteries and to
    • Palestinian Mysteries found no place in Romanism, for Rome
    • to Roman history therefore is to be found in the
    • solid foundation of material processes. It is important to
    • Swedenborg and Boehme. Alleged to have founded a Martinist
    • Berulensis (now lost), the Manichaean writings found at
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    • that the cosmos and man are founded on the threefold
    • was evident that, despite his profound erudition, despite the
    • something which carries profound implications, namely, that a
    • in divine life. And this conviction which was founded on an
    • Passion, the Death and Resurrection of Christ, can be found
    • — all these Christian ideas are to be found in the
    • sprang from those profound and original insights into the
    • they touch upon profound mysteries. And even today, if we
    • the most profound mysteries.
    • profound utterances St. Paul says: “If Christ be not
    • profound mystery. The most heinous crime in the history of
    • the solution of this enigma is found in the exemplary words
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    • have followed the path of mysticism have not found the
    • “withdraw from the world” is still to be found in
    • become so widespread? The answer is found in the words:
    • realization found expression in the following words:
    • the book he found the place where it was written: The spirit
    • their spirit with the spirit which He found in the world
    • impulse which found fourfold expression in the Gospels shows
    • separate languages and which is found in those whose words
    • fact remains that in contrast to other founders of religion,
    • call the Christ who is not to be found in nature, although He
    • is related to nature. He must be found in history as an
    • He believed that the Twelve Apostles had founded Apostolic
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    • earned by patient effort, that the most profound truths
    • profoundly Christian than those who forever have “Lord,
    • profoundly Christian in character. And here I would like to
    • which morals, law and religion are founded, into a vague
    • earlier theory.” Goethe does not say that he found an
    • have found it impossible to think of the world as once again
    • to a higher level is found in the Mystery of Golgotha, that
    • descended. It cannot be found where Darwin and his
    • found in the mighty events of prehistoric times.
    • frailties but only if they are founded on a true and concrete
    • must be founded upon this inner power. Every moral act must
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    • mind”, lies something extraordinarily profound,
    • These verses can be found in Goethes
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    • found amongst many of their contemporaries. One of these was
    • of what was later found in the Christian writings. Philo makes
    • of the soul carries profound implications; he implies
    • was founded on this principle. And suddenly the cry was
    • successor.” These words had profound implications.
    • Origen she found that this practice was in no way contrary to
    • Troy, he decided to found a new city, Constantinople,
    • the ambitious plan to found Constantinople, and the work was
    • He intended that the foundation of the
    • history. He therefore chose to lay the foundation stone at
    • endure for all time and proclaim the fame of its founder
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    • in reality a man with a profound and sincere love of truth, a
    • Indeed Julian's profound respect for truth has not its
    • day. He found that the Christian dogma had been introduced
    • attached to these teachings and they made a profound
    • undertake a comparative study of the Gospels and found many
    • come. And a way must be found to arrive at a real
    • found in ancient writings — makes a study of Christian
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    • founder of Western monasticism and monastic spirituality
    • theology in the nineteenth century were Bauer, founder of
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    • Church history. This history describes the founding of
    • found in an apparently continuous process, then it is here.
    • fields where peasants cultivated their crops were to be found
    • order to found a monastery dedicated to the service of the
    • found. Since I have already spoken of this earnest love of
    • but a profound science, different in character from that of
    • found in the well-known injunction of the Delphic oracle:
    • could be found in Aristotle's writings, but his
    • with a profound mystery of modern times. No matter what we
    • intuitively that Christ could only be found in the Mysteries.
    • ancient wisdom, the last traces of which Julian still found
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    • more beneficial they found it to commune with these souls.
    • ancestor of a tribe, folk-community or family they found it
    • his head to found an association on his own initiative, he
    • extremists — and between these two groups can be found
    • that these sentiments were born of a profound insight into
    • found here too — but, if the comparison is carried
    • be found because the State has no cells! If we think about
    • political science must be founded on a higher order of ideas,
    • fact that on the physical plane are to be found not only
    • — as scientific foundation of all ordinances and
    • motto. The Aufklärung wished to found everything on a
    • approach; some other way must be found to attract their
    • are to build afresh it must be from totally new foundations.
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    • to be found that which Otto Ludwig describes. It is found not
    • first sight seems perhaps extremely naive has profound
    • and reinforces what we believe, is founded on faith through
    • the “Kingdom”. This is one of the most profound
    • find that they are entirely founded on religious rites and
    • foundation. Thus people are willy-nilly brought face to face
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    • characteristic element to be found day by day, hour by hour,
    • and used this to give a character, a foundation, to the
    • found its be-all and end-all in people enriching themselves
    • cannot say that the judgments, ideas and notions to be found
    • found in Rome, is indeed older than our modern states. It had
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    • can have a profound and truly significant effect on people to
    • to be found with Jacob Boehme,
    • thinks he can do this with all those harangues profound
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    • founded the Jesuits precisely because of his Judaism.
    • and has not found another one which suits him as well as the
    • way will only be found if those who have the inner
    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
    • could be found, and if this did not come from outside, people
    • It cannot be done. However, some people have not found a way
    • outsider attitude is to be found in our ranks exactly at this
    • profound seriousness and dignity, and to consider them in a
    • opponent. The real reason was not that he had found
    • will be found. But, people being as they are today, it is not
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    • insight, but because of the instinct to be found in this
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    • be found both on and in the earth, as well as the properties
    • be found for this. At Constantinople the spirit was made
    • future are very much mistaken. We need serious, profound
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    • had his profound Intuitions;
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    • found something like it, at an instinctive level, with quite
    • alive in everything, and that this spirit can only be found
    • assume the individual concerned found himself in a situation
    • at once, in dualism — to enter into profound thought
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    • found, as many people find, that it does not matter if the
    • for it has made a profound impression in the present time. I
    • this is an erudite, scholarly and truly profound individual,
    • profound.
    • which could be found again and again, came from economists
    • East. Last year I discussed the profound difference between
    • available. Such contrasts may be found in most areas, and we
    • Wilson's more recent tirades may be found in those pages.
    • Pretty words can always be found, even if the reality is
    • that was particularly to be found in the Theosophical
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    • means they are no longer to be found in the heavens, to use
    • the biblical term. Instead they are to be found in the human
    • has profound significance. The people of the nineteenth
    • found if one knows the spiritual background. It has to be
    • useful to consider this, for it has profound significance.
    • would have found a way of removing everything he had written
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    • would not think, would you, that profound, significant,
    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • clever people, many of them to be found as members of the
    • are not to be found in them.
    • they have air — not in the vacuum to be found under the
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    • this are to be found in Brehm's
    • Germanic human nature presents itself in a very profound way
    • I was sent a treatise on profound theosophical matters which
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    • have never failed to recognize the profound significance of
    • darkness which came down with it laid an adequate foundation
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    • also spoken of the profoundly significant battle which took
    • between the physical and the spiritual worlds can be found by
    • found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate
    • found to vaccinate bodies so that these bodies will not allow
    • depth; they are in some respect profound. It is fair to say
    • that the people who have been least profound are the literary
    • will help us to be on our guard may be found hidden in Part 2 of
    • It is a profoundly significant symptom
    • It is necessary to take these things with profound seriousness
    • Characteristically, someone like Oswald Marbach only found
    • and in all dignity, the profound significance of the fall of
    • wrote the poem to mark the anniversary when Goethe found
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    • say that whilst the profound break came in 1841, the whole of
    • of profound significance has thus been initiated. One
    • a social phenomenon traced back to its spiritual foundations.
    • that Darwinism intervened so profoundly in human evolution,
    • This touches on a profound and most significant law of
    • The list can be found in Francis Delaisi's
    • one called so and so is doing that.’ Delaisi has found
    • dealings. They found it perfectly possible to combine their
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    • found within the human soul — before one achieves any sort
    • elements of the cosmos. A profound feeling of satisfaction may be
    • foundations of existence. If we wish to grasp something
    • know this, for it is to be found in Rabbinical writings, and this
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    • just two generations: the one that founded the conception and the
    • pupils who have received it from the founders. This is the
    • one who works in the laboratory or the workshop and who founded the
    • illnesses, whose causes are sought for but not found because the
    • frequently we do not know where the causes of this are to be found.
    • these things gives a foundation for security, devotion, and peace in
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    • book is found, there may be no great surprise about
    • profound interest in and respect for the triumphs of
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    • to be found only in spiritual science. Spiritual science
    • traditions, to be found everywhere, of a divine Trinity.
    • beautiful but lacks all foundation. Such a statement is just
    • Oh, but the earth lacks all foundation—planets and
    • found what mankind so sorely needs. Like so many others who
    • found what spiritual science can reveal about it. He had both
    • or as much of it as Plenge found suitable for his purpose. He
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    • founded a philosophy of the world of stars. He interpreted
    • Drews, no historical Christ Jesus can be found through
    • found in either Tauler or Eckart. It is a different matter
    • understood by Drews. In Boehme the Christ can be found for it
    • is of Him that he speaks. Christ is to be found neither in
    • situation in the early 1760s is investigated, it is found to
    • that a new path, a new connection, be found to truth and
    • learned that a new link to reality has to be found. In the
    • place!”— whereupon it is immediately found that
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    • there is water or a metal ore. Thus Benedikt found that if
    • dowsing it is found that the simple man instinctively
    • foundation. Through such experiments it is shown, for
    • reality. Imagine if a painter found it contradictory that his
    • to bear nor to deal with. I found it necessary today to draw
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    • personality like Franz Brentano found particularly
    • foundation of the evolution of thought itself. This led to
    • knowledge a path is found to the spiritual reality with which
    • good, Brentano, again after decades of struggle, found an
    • comprehensiveness in outlook seldom found in those who refuse
    • have entered a region where the solutions are to be found.
    • which no satisfactory solution can be found unless sought in
    • impulse to arise anew on the foundation of spiritual
    • really matter, no remedy will be found. It is essential to
    • firm foundation of the science of the spirit. What must
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    • turn to the kind of guidance to be found in the writings of
    • merely depicted I. What is found along this path in
    • Yet it will be found that we enrich the thought picture of
    • he had found lying dead in a field. Gypsies think nothing of
    • any ill effects. The person who found the gypsy eating,
    • are found dead, only animals that have been slaughtered. And
    • pantheistic it must be assumed that an animal found dead must
    • obvious connections can be found between one's experiences in
    • picture of our I is the foundation of our next incarnation,
    • “Free Russia,” founded for the purpose of
    • pleased he was that they had found one another again and how
    • that the words could be found which would enable people to
    • As I said one wishes the words could be found that make clear
    • regard to Brentano. I would indeed have found it
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    • through spiritual science. They cannot be found through
    • he reached the age of 27 and found no possibility to do
    • then at the age of say 31 he found himself in some public
    • future. If such a person could be found in the modern world,
    • he came to present his annual balance sheet, it was found
    • strength will also be found to cope. He sometimes had to
    • ironic remarks that found their target. Thus he managed to
    • everything to prevent war, when suddenly they found
    • impulses which from Britain laid the foundations for war
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    • never be the foundation, in a higher sense, for an existence
    • with the printed word, with everything to be found in books.
    • still loftier saying the foundation for his whole world view,
    • laying the foundation for what I now call the science of the
    • conception of time is a most fruitful foundation on which to
    • thinking. Just as the footprints, though found in the soil,
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    • must continually be found again, and ever again.
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    • must continually be found again, and ever again.
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    • has the great teacher given so much of the foundations of method and
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    • say, if he found words at all, — would not be
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    • Astronomy, founded as it is on the Copernican system, it has
    • excluded from the foundations of modern Astronomy. We will
    • finding broader foundations in order to be able to judge the
    • as they exist outside man, upon broader foundations than
    • we not led in this way to broader foundations, making it
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    • realm can only be found through such views as were brought
    • firm foundation for true Astronomy.
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    • Hill. He had founded a kind of Cabaret and wanted to read his
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    • similar will be found as regards metabolism and
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    • only found fully conscious expression. Men were perplexed as
    • something real is to be found in general or universal
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    • build on this foundation a “psychology of the
    • be found, — where in effect we should be living in
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    • found, — it is “discovered” to be a
    • use; we only use them because we happen to have found them.
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    • from quite simple foundations, ideas with which most of you
    • found in any mathematical text-book relating to the subject.)
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    • Heavens would be found in other regions too. Take then this
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    • which we have found prevailing among such men as Aristarchus
    • together. Yet in the end it is found that if one does admit
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    • man than to indulge in so many fantastic and unfounded
    • found a true cosmic counterpart of the characteristic
    • not to be found within the physical at all, yet without doubt
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    • mental habits, would gladly found their understanding of
    • found ourselves obliged to assume a certain relationship of
    • prove necessary then, for more profound research into the
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    • the relevant geometrical positions which are to be found in
    • result, — in full agreement with what we also found observing
    • profound change was taking place in the whole way of
    • can indeed be found throughout Anthroposophical spiritual
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    • research and testing them by what is found in the field of
    • Sooner or later we must get beyond the old foundations of
    • transcend the accepted foundations of present-day physical
    • foundations. If he succeeds in this, then he will find the
    • way — for it can be found — from the
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    • continue. He observed the plant in its development and found the
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
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    • continue. He observed the plant in its development and found the
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
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    • The profound
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • and then anthroposophical study of the symbols and parables to be found
    • leaves depend upon forces that are not to be found on the Earth but
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
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    • The profound
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • and then anthroposophical study of the symbols and parables to be found
    • leaves depend upon forces that are not to be found on the Earth but
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to the conclusion that all rocks found on our earth have in the final
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • the spiritual life lying at the foundation of everything!’ Then
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to the conclusion that all rocks found on our earth have in the final
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • the spiritual life lying at the foundation of everything!’ Then
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • this impulse, which only found its most characteristic
    • laid the foundations of his celestial materialism — for
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    • influence at that time, we found the declining aspect of the
    • hand, we found the other aspect — the rise of the way
    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • Earth-intellect, even as it can be found in the deep depths
    • of the Earth, — just as the Christ-Child is found in a
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    • only to be found up yonder in the Heavens, but that man too
    • for the true inner Man, who can only be found within us by
    • can be found in man himself, the evolution of man, is
    • healthy feeling of the truth can only be sought and found
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    • mechanical-naturalistic foundation. This spiritual life is only
    • more profound souls almost in the form of a prayer by saying: the
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • sphere, to the divine-spiritual which cannot be found on earth.
    • place in the development of humanity was that people once found
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • knowledge man may hope for a perennial Bethlehem. A profound
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
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    • mechanical-naturalistic foundation. This spiritual life is only
    • more profound souls almost in the form of a prayer by saying: the
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • sphere, to the divine-spiritual which cannot be found on earth.
    • place in the development of humanity was that people once found
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • knowledge man may hope for a perennial Bethlehem. A profound
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
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    • This lecture is in a 3 lecture series entitled: Foundations of
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • FOUNDATIONS OF
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • foundation of such visions, which are so beautiful and poetic in
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
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    • This lecture is in a 3 lecture series entitled: Foundations of
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • FOUNDATIONS OF
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • foundation of such visions, which are so beautiful and poetic in
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
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    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
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    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
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    • it had found an abode in man, it dwelt fully in man, and man had
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
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    • it had found an abode in man, it dwelt fully in man, and man had
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
    • foundation of feeling lie the metal influences coming from the
    • foundation of all this? It is based on the fact that there is a
    • the present, then the life foundation of the past through that
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
    • foundation of feeling lie the metal influences coming from the
    • foundation of all this? It is based on the fact that there is a
    • the present, then the life foundation of the past through that
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
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    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • it. Although we may feel deep pleasure, profound satisfaction and
    • super-sensible essence of man and of the universe can be found.
    • ancient connection with the Divine. It cannot even be found by
    • found, if we apply the strict, exact method of thinking which is
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • it. Although we may feel deep pleasure, profound satisfaction and
    • super-sensible essence of man and of the universe can be found.
    • ancient connection with the Divine. It cannot even be found by
    • found, if we apply the strict, exact method of thinking which is
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled,
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of the world also
    • foundation of super-sensible knowledge.
    • primordial epochs that part of man which lies at the foundation
    • foundation of natural science we only have hypotheses in regard
    • upon a natural-scientific foundation, we must envisage the
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled,
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of the world also
    • foundation of super-sensible knowledge.
    • primordial epochs that part of man which lies at the foundation
    • foundation of natural science we only have hypotheses in regard
    • upon a natural-scientific foundation, we must envisage the
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • all the simplicity of the villagers, but profound seriousness
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • ‘Just because no meaning can be found in the external, it must
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • Since then I see those eyes in deeps profound,
    • But where shall it be found; if into some knowledge it doth flow,
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • all the simplicity of the villagers, but profound seriousness
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • ‘Just because no meaning can be found in the external, it must
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • Since then I see those eyes in deeps profound,
    • But where shall it be found; if into some knowledge it doth flow,
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    • deeper foundations. There is a deep meaning in the fact that in
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • on the Cross! A wonderfully profound picture, bringing the entire
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    • deeper foundations. There is a deep meaning in the fact that in
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • on the Cross! A wonderfully profound picture, bringing the entire
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
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    • means heard all that can be heard. There was a profound
    • generations — to Abraham, the founder of the race.
    • The profound
    • essence, the essence which found expression in this blood. In
    • blood of the Hebrew people is to be found.
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    • outlines, were of profound importance. It needs but a few
    • Darkness. The profound meaning underlying this Iranian or old
    • be found among those Atlantean wanderers who had taken the
    • documents which are really founded on occultism contain all
    • separation from the Sun, is nowhere to be found in the
    • profound secrets of human and earthly existence, which in
    • Holy Mysteries, however, the most profound secrets had to be
    • expressions found in human history have arisen in this way;
    • way. Having founded an Hermetic wisdom at the time of David,
    • was found where he was not — in the external world
    • — it was now found by man in the centre of his own
    • this way that the race was founded whose special inner
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    • now in part condensed to the gaseous vapoury condition found
    • only be found in the sound-ether. As a metal disc, on which
    • fact is to be found in many records, but is only
    • the Hebrew people. Such legends, when experienced profoundly,
    • The more profound working of this law will be considered
    • Zarathustra could be found in an age when something entirely
    • profound depths as these the Gospel of Matthew has its
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    • founder of a people whose descendants will spread over the
    • from Atlantis to Central Asia, and founded post-Atlantean
    • Abraham's descendants as was found in the grouping of
    • Zodiac, constellations were expressed in which they found a
    • founded on occultism the trivialities usually seen there, but
    • we must recognize their profound depth.
    • to be found in that great original Scripture, which, if I may
    • Gospel of Matthew. It is based on the profound mystery of the
    • Universe, found expression first in the Aramaic language, in
    • foundation of the Gospel of Matthew, existed as early as the
    • containing words found to-day in the Gospel of Matthew. This
    • profoundest Mysteries of earthly evolution was perceived as
    • inflicted. This is an occult fact, and is also to be found in
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    • sect of the Essenes, as regards its profounder teaching,
    • to be found in the
    • spiritual world. As found in man, they have become defiled by
    • nothing more of this could be found, which means that the
    • a man. The inherited tendencies found in these two bodies
    • have attained that calm wherein a way may be found through
    • found in the Gospel of Luke; and why, in an age when the
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    • Essenes, but only among them were pupils to be found who had
    • founded the Mosaic Civilization through the sacrifice of his
    • founded the Mosaic Civilization through the sacrifice of his
    • founder of a little colony. Many such colonies existed in
    • stated that after the child Jesus had been found among the
    • found previously in the Nathan Jesus. In him the seed of a
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    • bodies. The account of this is found in the story of the
    • found where the Being of Christ Jesus now was, enclosed
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    • of initiation found more especially in the Mysteries and
    • of wisdom is that which is found in man, although in his
    • What was found to result from Christ having experienced in
    • Profound
    • indeed is the Gospel of Matthew. So profound that its sources
    • reverence and a profound respect for this document, a
    • into effect in the external world of the profound secrets of
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    • lack of knowledge, bft with profound learning, the various
    • what these learned people have accumulated is nowhere found
    • The above example reveals the slender foundations on which
    • earth!’ Profound indeed is the thought contained in
    • are only to be found in a few blessed examples. Especially
    • found similar to those of the Sermon on the Mount, or if the
    • the very profoundest importance and depth could have been
    • translation of a tablet found at Sippara in the year
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    • elucidation of what is found in the present text of the
    • unto you,’ words found all through the Sermon on the
    • accomplished in a new way. This is what is found when the
    • are presented; we see how profound are the misunderstandings
    • profound depths of the Gospel of Matthew, that it is
    • is a profound reason for it. It is because the profound facts
    • circles, but in them ‘Christs’ are to be found.
    • some small way the most profound historical facts of modern
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
    • continually to certain sequences of words found there, which
    • consciousness, in the profoundest depths of human
    • further and become a part of him, it must be founded on the
    • constructed this foundation, what the Christ-impulse can
    • found willing to help another to bear his karma. The karma
    • of meaning. It was so to say the founding of future humanity
    • found in calendars. As evolution advances, what is past curls
    • language, were found adequate to express it. The only way
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    • found in average humanity. Such ‘geniuses’ are at
    • who can penetrate to the profoundest depths of such a nature.
    • life of these men is described, it is found that they follow
    • profound works have been produced lately showing similarities
    • similarity would be found for instance between his genius and
    • necessarily much to be learnt as regards these profound
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • lecture, is only found in the Gospel of Matthew, and not in
    • has, therefore, no inclination to tell us of the founding of
    • community’ could only be found in the Gospel of
    • founded on them. That they are misused in this sense is no
    • will found my community.’
    • these words might be found, but the passages to which I refer
    • are not found in these texts, portions of which are very much
    • parables founded on numbers are profoundly illuminating as
    • non-existence of Jesus. A resemblance is found by the German
    • perhaps the most remarkable to be found in any document. We
    • would be impossible for anyone. Christ can be found also by
    • Luke tells us he is to be found, where his light streamed
    • the Gospel of Luke. Here the Buddha is to be found, and here
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    • “Zarathustra,” the original founder of the Persian
    • in the Vedas, and in the profound philosophy of the Vedanta, of which
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • the mysterious being who was to be found when a man descended more
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • clothed in the words of its great founder. These things pursue their
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    • “Zarathustra,” the original founder of the Persian
    • in the Vedas, and in the profound philosophy of the Vedanta, of which
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • the mysterious being who was to be found when a man descended more
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • clothed in the words of its great founder. These things pursue their
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    • found the fragments of his dismembered body, she buried them in
    • profound insight into this relation of man to the Cosmos. It was
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • found the fragments of his dismembered body, she buried them in
    • profound insight into this relation of man to the Cosmos. It was
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • of spiritual activity to be found in Nature. Now today I am going to
    • where they wished to do some research. They found a man by the door who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • where they wished to do some research. They found a man by the door who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • of pitchers. The matter became clear to me only when I found that these
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  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • general statement that a divine ordering lies at the foundation of the
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • general statement that a divine ordering lies at the foundation of the
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
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    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • world are only improvements of those lower functions found in
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • Believers,” and if one reveals that which is to be found
    • scientific foundation the members of these races are
    • “Secret Doctrine” there is to be found another
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
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    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • world are only improvements of those lower functions found in
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • Believers,” and if one reveals that which is to be found
    • scientific foundation the members of these races are
    • “Secret Doctrine” there is to be found another
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
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    • instance, the following is to be found. It is there said,
    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • foundations of life is sought in what life leaves behind. Now
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • can be found. Thus, only that which is brought to a living
    • Ego-conception, as is usually found in man. Man places
    • to-day. It will then he found that a living spiritual
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    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • foundations of life is sought in what life leaves behind. Now
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • can be found. Thus, only that which is brought to a living
    • Ego-conception, as is usually found in man. Man places
    • to-day. It will then he found that a living spiritual
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Publisher's Note
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • twenty-four Elders. The foundation for the animal, plant, human
    • is truly the temple of the egohood to be found within. If it is
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    • statement that we may perhaps take as foundation for what we
    • are going to study. He said: The most profound thought is
    • profoundest truths and the most earnest and vital secrets of
    • — can only be found if one is aided by
    • foundation. People might assert that if that were true about
    • nature is to be found.
    • verified, you will know that this foundling — who was
    • could neither read nor write when he was found. At an age of
    • because men found a means of so developing their inner being
    • his soul in centres of profoundest secrecy. Above all we must
    • religions that are also to be found in Christianity.
    • the founders of pre-Christian religions, in their case it was
    • other religious founders. It is said of those: The Master has
    • super-sensible worlds, the more profound is what one will find
    • will always be mysteries in Christianity still more profound.
    • “Profoundest thought is linked with the historical
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • few days we are to occupy ourselves with a very profound
    • its foundation. The world and all it contains will at length
    • found as the gods of northern Mythology. One might say that
    • the most profound document of Christianity, the Apocalypse of
    • profoundest part of what may be described as esoteric
    • found followers among the Franciscans, and these looked upon
    • materialize the profoundest document of Christianity so far
    • found by a mere materialistic observation of the world.
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • that Woden, Willy and Weh found a tree on the
    • Abraham's bosom. He felt that his immortal part found
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • forms the foundations on earth of a material world culture
    • of the sixth age will be prepared. We shall then have found
    • — the “I” that has found itself within itself.
    • seventh age those who have found this spiritual life will
    • hot.” The little flock which has found spirituality
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • and who will form the foundation for a new and different
    • form. There was a profound consciousness that the acquisition
    • be made manifest in the countenance, is to be found in Christ
    • with something whereby a foundation is made for that which is
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • upon which is to be found nothing of our present minerals or
    • warmth you now have in your blood is the first foundation of
    • of him there existed only the foundation of the physical
    • body. Saturn consisted only of such foundations of physical
    • would not have been able to give man the right foundation for
    • Instead of granite you would have found blocks which might be
    • foundation grew another kingdom. Through the exit of the Moon
    • Thus we have also found the twenty-four Elders again here and
    • first foundations of the present animal kingdom, and the
    • foundations of the present plant kingdom. Only upon the Earth
    • have now laid a good foundation to link up again with what
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • developed the foundations of the later civilizations.
    • will see how profound, how literally true the religious
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • forces which had their material foundation in the blood. If
    • and West, when we look into the depths and foundations of the
    • has a spiritual foundation and what has not. Just as overripe
    • His grotesque und unfounded presentations of many Western
    • persecution, but will provide the foundation for the good
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • to think of war. We must bear in mind the foundation, the real
    • cause of this war. This foundation or cause is the increase of
    • truest sense of the word elevates him. His dignity is founded
    • chosen population of Atlantis which lies at the foundation of
    • people every-where, and they founded new civilizations,
    • East. The sixth stage will be the foundation for the new
    • the Atlanteans lived over into our epoch and founded our
    • Lemurian race founded the Atlantean races. The fifth of the
    • Atlantean races founded our civilizations, of which the sixth
    • will found the future civilization after the great War of All
    • have to found that which is indicated by the seven trumpets.
    • can be found in the astral world and the seventh in the
    • This is a very profound thought expressed by the writer of
    • the Apocalypse. It is the profound thought underlying the
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IX
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • the foundation to work out of the group-soul nature a more or
    • foundation for his future evolution. Just as your present
    • upon which the earth is founded, and from which it has proceeded.
    • the personal representatives of what we found in yesterday's
    • foundations were formed for that which later developed into
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • common consciousness; and the number seven was found to be of
    • was founded on cosmic relationships, it passed over into
    • will be the foundation for his attainment upon Jupiter of
    • saying which has always been found in occult circles. Truly,
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • who will lay the first foundation of the great bond of
    • They have found out that when one sets letters of the Hebrew
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • abyss in which is found a humanity which was not in a
    • people dedicating themselves to-day to the foundation of a
    • but one of the many contradictions which are to be found in
    • certainly not based on an occult foundation. Nothing un
    • have learnt from this that the Apocalypse is a profound book
    • one can go much deeper into the truths, into the foundations
    • further, greater depths will be found. For below the surface
    • which flows at such profound depths through the Apocalypse.
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    • Banishment of scholars from Edessa by the Emperor Zeno. Founding of
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    • of Jundí Sábúr was founded by a Persian king, Shapur
    • Mani, the founder of Manichaeism, was put to death there in 276. The
    • writes: “When Baghdad was founded in 762, the Khalif and his
    • interesting references will be found in
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    • let us give heed, lest haply we be found, as the scripture saith,
    • from the foundation of the world, Let us make man after our image
    • thou shalt not eat the hare. Why so? Thou shalt not be found a
    • given it, but they themselves were not found worthy to receive it
    • received them, but they themselves were not found worthy. But how
    • found coveting thy neighbors goods; thou shalt not be found
    • not thou found holding out thy hands to receive, and drawing them
    • that ye may be found in the day of judgment.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • with mere illusions, mere phantoms. In truth, we are not to be found
    • original being of man, but it is nowhere to be found.” That goes
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Golgotha: that historically, by way of history founded on external
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    • are not to be found in any of the other Fathers of the Church; they
    • pronounce it sensible it would not be credible, for what is found
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • characteristics found in the sense-world. That is what it really
    • the combination of flesh, blood and bones in which he found himself.
    • thoughts which for decades a person has found comfortably suitable for
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • while scientific experimenters are found on all sides. ... Then a man
    • the Canon of the New Testament that they are actually found in one or
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • control of the will founded upon self-education: that will be the
    • forth. They fled to Nisibis, journeyed then to Persia and founded the
    • character of this Academy, founded by those who had belonged to the
    • found courage enough to say: “You want a concept of nature, not
    • is the next spiritual Being to be found.
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • significant epoch which ran its course from the founding of Rome, 747
    • had never taken place? For the whole founding of the Academy of
    • far, very far, from the profound significance of the symbols —
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha was founded chiefly in Rome —
    • form it has is the result of its not being founded upon the Mystery
    • Golgotha. All that is found again, in the normal course of human
    • opinion has found among other things in my writings that I have
    • very foundation of our Building. No-one has the right to take this
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    • found them in the secret societies,
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • this or that has been founded. Not only has nothing been founded, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • members of the order founded by Annie Besant, “The Star of the
    • is our foundation. The example of the festival in Munich, the
    • provinces founded the “Bund”, which was followed in 1913
    • by the founding of the Anthroposophical Society after the expulsion
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • soon found for the “sprung” Keeper of the Seal in the
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    • found them in the secret societies,
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • this or that has been founded. Not only has nothing been founded, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • members of the order founded by Annie Besant, “The Star of the
    • is our foundation. The example of the festival in Munich, the
    • provinces founded the “Bund”, which was followed in 1913
    • by the founding of the Anthroposophical Society after the expulsion
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • soon found for the “sprung” Keeper of the Seal in the
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    • etheric body is to be found. The moment that a human being
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • suffering of minerals can only be found upon the Devachanic
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • found partly on the physical plane and partly on the one
    • the second part, or member. Where nerves are found, there the
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • form the foundations of Nature. In the future, it will be
    • plants is to be found at the center of the earth. This is
    • found in higher Devachan, in Arupa-Devachan. These three
    • are to be found. The forces of the minerals, active as
    • The Divine element is profound, and an eternity is needed in
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    • etheric body is to be found. The moment that a human being
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • suffering of minerals can only be found upon the Devachanic
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • found partly on the physical plane and partly on the one
    • the second part, or member. Where nerves are found, there the
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • form the foundations of Nature. In the future, it will be
    • plants is to be found at the center of the earth. This is
    • found in higher Devachan, in Arupa-Devachan. These three
    • are to be found. The forces of the minerals, active as
    • The Divine element is profound, and an eternity is needed in
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • returned to his native city Frankfurt. There he found a
    • directly something to be found here or there in our world.
    • Thou dost permit me in her depths profound,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • degree of his progress in that direction is found in that
    • to be found for Faust. But that is impossible in the physical
    • the foundation of physical things, no more discernible by the
    • true spiritual life can finally be found.
    • only is the animal at the foundation of man's development
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
    • soul has the profound experience — when returning to
    • “now I stand upon a free foundation; I will
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    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • returned to his native city Frankfurt. There he found a
    • directly something to be found here or there in our world.
    • Thou dost permit me in her depths profound,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • degree of his progress in that direction is found in that
    • to be found for Faust. But that is impossible in the physical
    • the foundation of physical things, no more discernible by the
    • true spiritual life can finally be found.
    • only is the animal at the foundation of man's development
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
    • soul has the profound experience — when returning to
    • “now I stand upon a free foundation; I will
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    • Sunday, I wish to lay a foundation today derived somewhat
    • instinctive foundation work as a nightmare but one that is to
    • this ghost of Romanism could acquire so profound an influence
    • unpermeated by the Christ must be found in its true origin
    • from the actual events, except when Ludendorff himself found
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture II: The Present from the Viewpoint of the Present
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    • of the present and of the immediate future is to be found
    • sermon. It must be considered according to the profound
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture III: The Mechanistic, Eugenic and Hygienic Aspects of the Future
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    • provide the foundation for a general survey of conditions
    • please, on the basis of all the profoundest knowledge, to
    • consider this, on the basis of the profound laws of the
    • approximately with the founding of the ancient Roman kingdom,
    • as though in his head should be found again in the social
    • to be found even among anthroposophists. If anyone utters the
    • entirely different foundation. Every knowing member of these
    • motion. A small indication is to be found in what I connected
    • confidence among men in a profound inner sense is what must
    • earnestness, in the profoundest sense of the word, for the
    • capacities. For what constitutes the profoundest impelling
    • profoundly the social structure of humanity.
    • done the profound, tragic necessity lying at the bottom of
    • way that the writings will never be found in the
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    • foundation, but in general of the love of one person for
    • not put to sleep on the existing economic foundation and who
    • whole world in the light of its spiritual foundations. These
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    • what is the most profound characteristic of the evolution of
    • the consciousness soul in our epoch. The profoundest
    • acquainted in the most profound and the most intense way with
    • profound way for its initiates by the fact that man is
    • touching upon a most profound mystery, which will be unveiled
    • found. In all that comes to manifestation as objective
    • foundation of social life, which each person should take in
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    • upon the foundation laid by those persons whom Trotsky calls
    • effects, which, however, are always to be found in the
    • the British Empire is constructed upon a different foundation
    • to call your attention to the profound seriousness of what is
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • The latter title can be found in the 1928 edition of the book,
    • evolution the feeling that something can be found in human
    • our now to be founded Anthroposophical Society. For there, too,
    • hold, if souls be found who understand it in its full
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    • The latter title can be found in the 1928 edition of the book,
    • evolution the feeling that something can be found in human
    • our now to be founded Anthroposophical Society. For there, too,
    • hold, if souls be found who understand it in its full
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    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • foundation of all Science in those days.
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • simplicity.” Beauty is to be found in the simple, not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
    • space, the Divine Spirit is to be found. This was the creed
    • human and the animal world is to be found, but that something
    • spoke of a God, a pantheistic God, who is to be found
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    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • foundation of all Science in those days.
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • simplicity.” Beauty is to be found in the simple, not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
    • space, the Divine Spirit is to be found. This was the creed
    • human and the animal world is to be found, but that something
    • spoke of a God, a pantheistic God, who is to be found
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    • at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • begin by simply narrating what is found by spiritual
    • impressed, liked what he said, found it helpful and valuable?
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • chemistry already demand a spiritual foundation. Geology and
    • in fact it was found that, by using Darwin's method as a
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • never found his way to spiritual science; hence he barred the
    • Will” all that he found upon the path of knowledge. His
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • chemistry already demand a spiritual foundation. Geology and
    • in fact it was found that, by using Darwin's method as a
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • never found his way to spiritual science; hence he barred the
    • Will” all that he found upon the path of knowledge. His
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
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    • objectively, with its logically produced foundations. One may
    • schooled in order not to be utterly confounded. This
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    • objectively, with its logically produced foundations. One may
    • schooled in order not to be utterly confounded. This
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    • In its materialistic interpretation of the just foundations of
    • soul's foundation in an unconscious way (for the consciousness
    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • In its materialistic interpretation of the just foundations of
    • soul's foundation in an unconscious way (for the consciousness
    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
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    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • — is no more profound than this. Only, when it is a
    • words are added — ‘profound,’ ‘cosmic,’ ‘abysmal
    • deep-seated were the foundations of the conflicts which
    • qualities, coming from strange foundations, — qualities
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
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    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • — is no more profound than this. Only, when it is a
    • words are added — ‘profound,’ ‘cosmic,’ ‘abysmal
    • deep-seated were the foundations of the conflicts which
    • qualities, coming from strange foundations, — qualities
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
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    • relation to the Time-Spirit. But we are entering very profound
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • Him may be found — out of the Spirit of our Time. This is
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    • relation to the Time-Spirit. But we are entering very profound
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • Him may be found — out of the Spirit of our Time. This is
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    • human emotions, men gradually found their way to the view
    • the world, the equality of all men, a thought profoundly
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • point here to a profound mystery of the Old Testament
    • spirit, but is to be found in us because we are clothed in a
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
    • Thus did the profound German mystic, the Silesian, Angelus
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    • the world, the equality of all men, a thought profoundly
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • point here to a profound mystery of the Old Testament
    • spirit, but is to be found in us because we are clothed in a
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
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    • this legend there is profound meaning. We are to
    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • not to be found directly. All that was done in humanity, more
    • sun, the Christ-light. This fact, which marks a profound
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • of theosophy, in the profound poem, The Mysteries, which
    • But no one will, despite profound reflection,
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • at a place where the profoundest meaning of Christianity is
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • we are made acquainted, in a profound, manner, with the
    • Within these walls we found a shelt'ring home.
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • He found his sister peacefully asleep,
    • And thrilled with joy she found her daughter freed.
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
    • beyond the dragon nature, was represented with profound
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    • this legend there is profound meaning. We are to
    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • not to be found directly. All that was done in humanity, more
    • sun, the Christ-light. This fact, which marks a profound
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • of theosophy, in the profound poem, The Mysteries, which
    • But no one will, despite profound reflection,
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • at a place where the profoundest meaning of Christianity is
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • we are made acquainted, in a profound, manner, with the
    • Within these walls we found a shelt'ring home.
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • He found his sister peacefully asleep,
    • And thrilled with joy she found her daughter freed.
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
    • beyond the dragon nature, was represented with profound
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    • on the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • in truth a matter of penetrating into the most profound relationships of
    • said in the lectures here since the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • impulses to be found in his environment; he tries to understand his
    • that same world are to be found the results of all that is inculcated
    • found it difficult to retain concrete pictures of the things of the
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting and above all because of the
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    • interest? And to-day, as a foundation for further studies, I shall
    • spiritual investigation, and with this foundation — which will
    • culture had found their way to Asia, brought thither by the genius of
    • of Haroun al Raschid in the 8th and 9th centuries after the founding
    • possessing far-reaching knowledge and profound wisdom. But since men
    • civilisation was incisive and profound, for Trichotomy, the
    • time, working through many hidden channels, it had a profound effect
    • established but more inward, more profound. The new dominion of
    • brief words much may be found that will help you to find your true
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    • from us, has streamed downwards and is now to be found within the
    • aeons is now to be found within the souls of men on earth. And in the
    • way in which it is no longer sought today is to be found when one
    • is taken of the fact that the Intelligence must in future be found on
    • spirituality, the profound insight still possessed by these Teachers
    • founders of Scholasticism, the spiritual significance of which has
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    • founder of the Society of Jesus, who died in the 16th century. When
    • we follow the remarkable destiny of the Jesuit Order that he founded,
    • history with the remarkable figure of Ignatius Loyola, the founder of
    • the interesting point — he succeeded in founding the Order of
    • connection with its founder are due the forces that held the Order
    • impulses from those of its founder. We may frequently see in history
    • how in the course of karma the founder of some undertaking or
    • separated from the movement they have founded and the movement passes
    • or that founder. If, however, we come to know the later earth-life of
    • the founder of some undertaking we may find that he has long ago
    • spiritual will of Ignatius Loyola found transformation.
    • These books deal with the similarities to be found in different
    • it subsequently found its way into the great work of Dante —
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    • is always a time when that which has been founded in a centre of
    • to be found at that time in architecture, in art, in science, in
    • there these Teachers found ears willing to listen to them. Their
    • those who belonged to him. A great super-sensible School was founded,
    • something which, under the impulse of the Christmas Foundation at the
    • sure foundation.
    • are to be found truly anthroposophical souls, willing to bring this
    • upwards. If such souls are not found, decadence will continue
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    • Address on the Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum and before beginning
    • through the Christmas Foundation Meeting must be realised to the full
    • intention to give a new foundation to the Society had taken shape
    • that ever since the new Foundation of the Anthroposophical Society at
    • from that usually adopted at foundation gatherings. This Executive
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    • original German will be found at the end of the present volume.
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    • which can be found in my books
    • this foundation because my hearers were familiar with the scientific
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    • directed to the physical plane. Romans were founders of civil law and
    • to foundation of constitutional rights and Parliamentary Government.
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    • indications. On the other hand ‘ man has laid the foundations
    • in order to prepare the foundations, first for his physical body,
    • found amongst the birds, especially the migratory birds. Here we have
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    • incarnation occurs, when a people can be found in the full vigour of
    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
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    • geographical region. Thus the foundations were laid for the
    • a Caucasian, expresses a profound mystery if we understand the law
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    • found therefore in the phenomenal world, the realm of Maya or
    • the foundation of what we call the history of mankind, the evolution
    • the foundation of the etheric body through the influence of the
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    • cooperate with them and diversify this uniform humanity, it was found
    • this way the broad foundations of the races were laid, and when man
    • Mercury, I include all the abnormal Spirits of Form to be found in
    • found in Southern Asia and in the direction of the Malay Archipelago.
    • Just as the glandular type is found distributed over Ethiopia, so in
    • these regions is found the type of man in whom the abnormal Spirits
    • its mission. In a profound occult sense the Biblical writer was able
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    • class of that country and so laid the foundations of the first
    • peoples, in those peoples who, at the time of the founding of
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    • appears in one mythology is also found in a like manner in another
    • founded there the sacred primeval Indian civilization. The next
    • men who, in ancient India for example, founded the ancient Indian
    • civilization — which then found its literary expression in the
    • that time he found the spiritual content of the world seemingly
    • found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • Archangels are to be found amongst the companions of Odin: Hönir
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    • that true reality was to be found in the spiritual world, whilst the
    • Luciferic influence can be found there. You will find evidence for
    • same extent; that is only to be found where spiritual science is
    • the world, in none of them will you find such a clear and profound
    • Palestine, know the Figure of Christ!” Those were the profound
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    • firm foundation from which to proceed. For we shall deal with the
    • relationships. They were the founders of civil law and jurisprudence
    • history records and which is found in the Italian and Iberian
    • government and the founding of constitutional rights. The union of
    • continent of Atlantis which will be found where the Atlantic Ocean
    • found in Eastern Europe. In this frame of mind this world of Eastern
    • profound interpretation of the sentence, “In the Beginning was
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
    • Living Christ perceived by St. Paul, the Christ who is to be found in
    • in its guiding Folk Spirit in order that the newfound clairvoyance
    • This may be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the
    • it is not subject to a religious Founder attached to a particular
    • have found that many of those who have accompanied us to Oslo have
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    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • found its way even into their paint brushes. It is
    • profound gratitude for the sacrifices made by every single actor. It
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
    • profoundly meaningful figure is regarded in our materialistic age is
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • The references are to be found in
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    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
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    • forces found in man's astral body as transplanted into cosmic
    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • of the Earth, and will be able to be found there for all time, though
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • forces of Zeus were once to be found in an Atlantean Zeus, in the
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • felt profoundly that the human form as it walks the Earth today is a
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • realises the profound meaning of Greek history if one enters into
    • can also be found in the Akasha Chronicle. Spiritual Science can once
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    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • gods were the thoughts of the lower gods, and these upper gods found
    • found it too difficult to enter into these dense elements, and
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    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • up the human being and which have a profound meaning for human
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
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    • that he has found what will continue to be regarded as scientific for
    • than was to be found in the earlier images. So that what the
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of years. Greek culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • their course in inner struggles and conquests. The mission of the founding
    • had been founded. Such was Florence under the influence of Savonarela. He
    • It is a remarkable spectacle, the Rome where Raphael found himself at
    • physical world on the foundation of what man, as the citizen of a State,
    • been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • Art, but from the age of its founding, the starting point of the whole
    • by man, so that he presses on words to the foundations and causes of
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of years. Greek culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • their course in inner struggles and conquests. The mission of the founding
    • had been founded. Such was Florence under the influence of Savonarela. He
    • It is a remarkable spectacle, the Rome where Raphael found himself at
    • physical world on the foundation of what man, as the citizen of a State,
    • been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • Art, but from the age of its founding, the starting point of the whole
    • by man, so that he presses on words to the foundations and causes of
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    • he also found out the right card in a card trick, and so forth. In fact,
    • The foundation of mathematical thinking can be explained by the fact
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    • The foundation of mathematical thinking can be explained by the fact
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • which of course have only found their present-day development towards
    • And thus in the forging of the Sampo we see the profound mysteries of
    • the origin of humanity. We see profound mysteries from the ancient clairvoyant
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • which of course have only found their present-day development towards
    • And thus in the forging of the Sampo we see the profound mysteries of
    • the origin of humanity. We see profound mysteries from the ancient clairvoyant
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • in the original German, will be found at the end of the present
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    • material to be found on earth. We have learnt to make out
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    • foundation of plant-life.
    • something of immensely profound significance.
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    • and spirit are to be found everywhere, we can allow ourselves to
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    • foundation of active spiritual being. The Heights become Mysteries,
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    • profoundly, for that is just how it is — it is true! It is
    • becomes the material foundation for the spiritual life of man.
    • are always being renewed. Today they are found among so-called
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    • be found to-day, even among the most learned Christians in the
    • be found. Anyone who assimilates w hat has been said in
    • by the existence of much profound and detailed knowledge aiming
    • profound thought in attempts to reach an understanding of
    • be found that the scale upon which have been laid all the
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity, we find there an
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • Christ. Those first bearers of the Christian impulse who found
    • Christianity becoming the motive force of profound
    • to be explained when the answer can be found to the question:
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    • child of St. Luke's Gospel was lost and when he was found he
    • to be found in many widely scattered regions. The rites often
    • easy to understand, these things have not found their way into
    • laying the Foundation Stone of our building in Dornach. Certain
    • Order of the profound wisdom that had sunk into the soul of
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    • things took place of profound significance not only for the
    • profound understanding of human life, deep and sensitive
    • life had been since his twelfth year, how he had found himself
    • profound and intimate understanding of his mood of soul, of his
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • knew how profound had been the words spoken by Hillel. It was
    • in Babylon and only later found his way into Judaism. But
    • spoke words of profound truth when he taught: Sever not thyself
    • life has been set, the foundations of which were laid by
    • Jesus could save Himself from them. He found the strength that
    • had left a deep impression upon Him. And everywhere He found
    • They recognised Him and He found among them those to whom
    • Foundation Stone of our Building was laid, tried to envisage
    • later on, is found to be worshipped in forms of cult the same
    • accepted as profound wisdom. This is the picture we must have
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    • description in 1917, and which is summed up in the Foundation Stone
    • have a firm foundation in spiritual knowledge, I can say: in them we
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • in her soul not only those forces, which are otherwise to be found in
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • description in 1917, and which is summed up in the Foundation Stone
    • have a firm foundation in spiritual knowledge, I can say: in them we
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • in her soul not only those forces, which are otherwise to be found in
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
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    • on the historical foundations (including a careful appraisal of
    • apologetic urbanity — which is found nowhere else.
    • was founded and vigorously propagated, and when for a time his
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • thinking is founded on bodily processes. From this can stem the
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • bodily processes. But this can only be found by building
    • profound conformity to law that the abnormality is
    • reach the spiritual foundation of nature. We attain, in our
    • person, then the vital thoughts into which you have found your
    • spiritual science will be found to be justified precisely from
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    • something which, if I may say so, is found only rarely in
    • abstract thinking to vital thinking is exactly as if we found a
    • Wahle found for instance, that ordinary consciousness
    • eternal in human nature. And on this foundation there now
    • a foundation of knowledge, not of faith, we can now say: as
    • recognizing how souls thirst for a profounder approach to
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    • that he found himself increasingly absorbed into a lasting
    • Something much more profound is involved. What this is we can
    • examination of the foundations of human civilization. This is
    • he found in Kant or Comte; he has complete command of the modes
    • looking at the works of art he found in the South, he wrote to
    • Spinoza he had found divine power represented philosophically.
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    • observing this attitude, we are profoundly struck by a word
    • later, Christianity was founded, and henceforward we have a
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    • trained natural scientists on this subject today are founded on
    • within man, to reach the actual foundations of existence. But
    • foundations of the soul itself. Even such outstanding mystics
    • obtain by repeating the experience of the profoundest
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    • charge is without foundation. The point of this philosophy is
    • acquaintance, you found a woman completely endowed with social
    • of the Waldorf School is also found elsewhere. What is
    • formulated social ideas, there lies something more profound,
    • reactions to them, are in the midst of a profound
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • nineteenth century onwards) must also be followed by a profound
    • to be found.
    • foundations. And however much these things are disguised in
    • foundations.
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • Yet the ritual act and its foundations in turn involved an
    • seen as the central social problem, was also found in earlier
    • shortcomings. Nowadays, we found associations for
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
    • foundations that took root in the souls of men, but at a time
    • Perceiving this psychological basis, this spiritual foundation,
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • founded, and at the same time that it is not fragmentary
    • of disseminating intellectual culture, as a foundation for
    • instincts, which are also found in animals, and all that is
    • the Orient. They have a profound belief in the spirit in
    • life, on foundations such as I have described, combining the
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • point of view, was the profound misunderstanding it met
    • position to exert that profound influence of which I have been
    • real foundations of law. And this also involved a battle over
    • the foundations of the state. At least, it was generally
    • foundations of law had been lost also meant, therefore, that it
    • foundation for it. On this foundation, men can enter into a
    • legislation, you often found that what they said, about the
    • state founds institutions out of spiritual life. But you can
    • Society after society is founded and draws up its
    • honest, there cannot well up, from a democratic foundation,
    • people once again found themselves face to face with a
    • When this happens, the law — which is founded on a human
    • true fraternity can found a way of life only if this derives
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    • it may be mentioned that societies exist in which people are to be found
    • compassion; right in the profoundest depths of their souls; one finds
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    • it may be mentioned that societies exist in which people are to be found
    • compassion; right in the profoundest depths of their souls; one finds
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    • nerve-paths and the etheric fluidity found therein. You would
    • people are to be found who, according to the principles of these
    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
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    • nerve-paths and the etheric fluidity found therein. You would
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    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • Buddha, that suffering must be overcome, A means must be found
    • to Comte. And so he even tries to found a Church on the basis
    • features, He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • started studying Jacob Boehme, and found in him that Spiritual
    • the type found in historical evolution, although he
    • will simply put aphoristically, without giving the foundations
    • for it in detail, the reason why this, which is not to be found
    • in Auguste Comte, is to be found in others. I have told you
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    • Buddha, that suffering must be overcome, A means must be found
    • to Comte. And so he even tries to found a Church on the basis
    • features, He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • started studying Jacob Boehme, and found in him that Spiritual
    • the type found in historical evolution, although he
    • will simply put aphoristically, without giving the foundations
    • for it in detail, the reason why this, which is not to be found
    • in Auguste Comte, is to be found in others. I have told you
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    • Theosophical Society and founded the Anthroposophical Society.
    • the foundation of contemporary life.
    • Germany, which was founded in the late 19th
    • to found a small community today in which everyone throws all
    • (Social Utopias). This book is also to be found in Rudolf
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    • Theosophical Society and founded the Anthroposophical Society.
    • the foundation of contemporary life.
    • Germany, which was founded in the late 19th
    • to found a small community today in which everyone throws all
    • (Social Utopias). This book is also to be found in Rudolf
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    • of the Foundation Stone of the first Goetheanum at Dornach, 20th
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • our friends met to lay the foundation-stone of this building,
    • from a profound consciousness of the life and activity of the
    • creative thing, not merely on a foundation of modern spiritual
    • outlook on life; it corresponds to the answer the Greek found
    • philosophy. A great tide in art can only come from a profound
    • art, to show how it found a home in Pre-Raphaelite, in
    • which found such powerful utterance wherever it was sought to
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • with a profound knowledge of Gothic art, yet far removed in
    • the meaning of the building whose foundation-stone we laid
    • profound experience flowing from the very essence of our
    • “This principle is not yet found.”
    • design. This principle is not yet found.” This is how the
    • foundation-stone, at a time when we were filled with our
    • be formed that other foundation-stone, which will bear into the
    • foundation-stone which we entrusted reverently to the
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    • of the Foundation Stone of the first Goetheanum at Dornach, 20th
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • our friends met to lay the foundation-stone of this building,
    • from a profound consciousness of the life and activity of the
    • creative thing, not merely on a foundation of modern spiritual
    • outlook on life; it corresponds to the answer the Greek found
    • philosophy. A great tide in art can only come from a profound
    • art, to show how it found a home in Pre-Raphaelite, in
    • which found such powerful utterance wherever it was sought to
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • with a profound knowledge of Gothic art, yet far removed in
    • the meaning of the building whose foundation-stone we laid
    • profound experience flowing from the very essence of our
    • “This principle is not yet found.”
    • design. This principle is not yet found.” This is how the
    • foundation-stone, at a time when we were filled with our
    • be formed that other foundation-stone, which will bear into the
    • foundation-stone which we entrusted reverently to the
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    • especially when he had finished his Foundation of Science at Jena
    • has in an important address on Goethe equally found support in him.
    • alone can one see the deeper spiritual foundations? We shall now
    • pictures and the monks found themselves in between. And therefore
    • expressed things here and there which indicate the deep foundation
    • formerly found metals and so on, she now sees remarkable forms.
    • it will be found to be so, though in a remarkable way. The Snake
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    • ‘Oh, all sorts of symbols and meanings with profound
    • Science which is based on the objective foundation of observation,
    • means of well-founded methods of the teaching of cognition) for such
    • of the Green Snake, is to be found in the human soul, a thing we came
    • secret of it is fulfilled. The solution of the story is to be found
    • and you will discover that a whole world is to be found there, very
    • found already in the first parts of ‘Faust.’
    • And, again, the very nerve of Goethe's philosophy which found
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
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    • fire which should have come from the foundation and source of life
    • following words: I have found nothing. These seekers into nature
    • generally found sleeping in men, had looked deeply into the hidden
    • Goethe found in him a truly human Faust. But that side of negation
    • Merck Goethe found a disclaimer of much that is worth striving for
    • could sink, but no connection could be found by reason between
    • presents itself. He has not found the way to the secret depths of
    • that he had not, up to that time, found the way to the source of
    • be found in outer physical science which is bound up with the
    • foundations of life out of spiritual science. He says: ‘Thou
    • what such dreamers tell us about the spiritual foundations of
    • of the seed sown in his soul first began to develop. He found a
    • found it strange that so little should be heard in Rome of ghost
    •  But didst permit me to look into her profound bosom
    • riddles of existence, which if recognized, would be found to be an
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    •  A flood of flame, we stand confounded ever;
    • breast in the morning-red, and found the entrance to the spiritual
    • dissipated’ will be found in this world, when it is
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    • Foundation Meeting, Steiner presents a comprehensive survey of the history
    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • as a foundation for
    • during the Foundation Meeting
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found expression in his whole life.
    • there a sign made upon a wall. Such memorials were to be found
    • was sound. But his memory was blotted out. And he found
    • re-awaken in him till he had found his way — he himself
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found themselves unable to experience death in the right way.
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • magnificent Vedas, in the profound Vedantic philosophy,
    • which he found in the external world or which he himself set
    • planetary existence and only later found his way back to Earth.
    • founded the cosmic colony of the Moon. For it is pure
    • came thither and found there an ancient Mystery — the
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • foundation of Christianity. And they are the Mysteries that in
    • After the pupil had found how in the one statue, owing to its
    • that which later found such perfect expression in the opening
    • Ephesus men had a profound understanding of this for they
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • Some experience or other could perhaps only be found by making
    • Then later the two friends, Eabani and Gilgamesh, found
    • the midst of all this, like a haven of refuge where men found
    • foundations deep down in the inner connections of the evolution
    • Hellenic and Oriental civilisations. On every hand he founds
    • academies. The academies founded in Alexandria, in Northern
    • were founded, in which the works of Aristotle were preserved
    • mission of Alexander was founded, more or less unconsciously,
    • fallen, resolved to found a spiritual Ephesus that should send
    • this purpose that lay at the root of all he undertook: to found
    • laid for the founding of a spiritual Ephesus; and this
    • was to be found a civilisation that could be received from the
    • Found a spiritual Ephesus far and wide over the Earth, and let
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • is testified by the fact that Julian the Apostate found it,
    • of Golgotha found place on Earth was the way of external
    • Egypt alone, but all over Asia Alexander founded academies, and
    • only be found over in Asia or in Egypt; and it was into these
    • his writings on logic and philosophy. These lived on, and found
    • was still to be found in Europe even as late as the sixties and
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • knowledge of man on the foundation of historical insight, is
    • exists in the metals, as between those that are found in the
    • human being and those that are found in Nature. When we set out
    • these we have mentioned, that are found when we examine
    • found in man.
    • receives in infinitely minute quantities that may be found
    • The difference can never be found by investigating the physical
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found when one follows the path that leads away from the
    • scattered places the true Rosicrucians could indeed be found.
    • his loneliness some Rosicrucian master was found by the pupil
    • fifteenth century a profound instruction of the soul being
    • a form of speech as needed to be found for the Spiritual Beings
    • They found a way to foster what had come down to them from
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • built from orthodox science to what it is our aim to found in
    • must leave this Meeting, which has led to the Founding of the
    • Over the Foundation Stone laid here will be erected the
    • What from our Hearts we would found
    • in which you have laid the Foundation Stone for the
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • The Foundation Stone
    • The Foundation Stone, A Commentary by F. W. Zeylmans
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    • Foundation Meeting.
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    • the forces of knowledge, and it may be found distasteful
    • from any wish whatsoever to found a new religion. But
    • founding of a religion.
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    • the forces of knowledge, and it may be found distasteful
    • from any wish whatsoever to found a new religion. But
    • founding of a religion.
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    • convinced that when he founded a State, (if one wishes to use the
    • structures were founded under the influence of the third Hierarchy.
    • Anthroposophy wills. That world-view which found its special
    • world, and a bridge must be found between Idealism and Realism.
    • as regards the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere
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    • convinced that when he founded a State, (if one wishes to use the
    • structures were founded under the influence of the third Hierarchy.
    • Anthroposophy wills. That world-view which found its special
    • world, and a bridge must be found between Idealism and Realism.
    • as regards the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere
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    • actually found everywhere in our study of spiritual science,
    • physical life, lie at the foundation of memory, Were
    • take no interest in discovering; what may be found at the
    • foundation upon which the spiritual being of man rises after
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    • actually found everywhere in our study of spiritual science,
    • physical life, lie at the foundation of memory, Were
    • take no interest in discovering; what may be found at the
    • foundation upon which the spiritual being of man rises after
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    • pointed out that this unity is founded within the whole
    • a discoverer: At last he had found a unitary principle by
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • elsewhere, man first found his fulfillment, then there
    • man puts before us, we have then found the way into the
    • materialistic view and found in Ludwig Feuerbach, its
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    • pointed out that this unity is founded within the whole
    • a discoverer: At last he had found a unitary principle by
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • elsewhere, man first found his fulfillment, then there
    • man puts before us, we have then found the way into the
    • materialistic view and found in Ludwig Feuerbach, its
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • foundation of morality and goodness lies at the bottom of the
    • foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and immoral
    • obliged to work from a moral foundation. In those places
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the mere
    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • found.
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • force which in our last lecture we found to be the force of
    • the most profound moral impulse. If it is once
    • powerful moral impulse, something which is a foundation for
    • on it will be found more and more that in ancient times Man
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • if we lay Anthroposophy at the foundation, but we see that
    • moral impulses, to thoughts which are able to found
    • provide the foundation — even at the present time
    • is developing will also be spiritually well founded. With
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • foundation of morality and goodness lies at the bottom of the
    • foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and immoral
    • obliged to work from a moral foundation. In those places
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the mere
    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • found.
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • force which in our last lecture we found to be the force of
    • the most profound moral impulse. If it is once
    • powerful moral impulse, something which is a foundation for
    • on it will be found more and more that in ancient times Man
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • if we lay Anthroposophy at the foundation, but we see that
    • moral impulses, to thoughts which are able to found
    • provide the foundation — even at the present time
    • is developing will also be spiritually well founded. With
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    • constitute the foundation of anthroposophically oriented
    • text of these remarks can be found at the end of this volume.
    • circle of participants who were familiar with the foundations
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    • there is a profoundly human significance; the fingers of his
    • profound questions and problems regarding karma in general.
    • contemporary culture could not give him, found in Herder a
    • of form that is found in Corneille and Racine,
    • this. And thus, a profound longing to perceive “every working
    • constituted a profound trait of the soul life in the so-called
    • profound disharmony ensued between what they sensed within the
    • many to be a profound necessity. The eye was directed toward
    • he was superficial but because he was profound enough to grasp
    • intellectual activity can be found to work in two polaric
    • one possessing a profound insight into the interrelationships
    • it, he experienced in a wonderfully profound and intense manner
    • profound contrast between the aspirations of his age in what he
    • Profound, all-embracing human problems arose in the soul of
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    • known that after his death his heart was found to be dried up,
    • was profoundly inclined to occupy himself with super-sensible things.
    • spiritually, it becomes possible for us to sense the profound
    • ghost. But this is just the kind of event that so profoundly
    • his soul the profound truths that so astonish us in his
    • profound insights in his soul appear that we find in reading
    • profound relationship between the creative work of a real
    • most profound truths to expression in his Faust in
    • this in mind, we are led to consider an especially profound and
    • Me to myself, and all the most profound
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    • that may become a profound riddle in the evolution of humanity.
    • profoundly significant connections in the animal realm cause us
    • wisdom is to be found throughout the universe. Man, by reason
    • profound mystery-truth: not all people can dream in this way.
    • foundation may be created for a further evolution of the earth.
    • human being is thus really living in a profound sleep
    • enveloped there in his unconscious, profoundest sleep is
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    • found in the words:
    • furnish the foundation for closer relations between one person
    • furnishes the foundation for a united life that can bind all
    • about human progress is to be found in the development of the
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    • admitting that it is not to be found in consciousness but that
    • women is not to be found there, but theosophy and other things
    • profoundly observed only between the seventh and the
    • fourteenth. It will be found that something appears in a more
    • profoundly affected by the relationships we had with human
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    • have seen how involved the more profound questions of destiny
    • Vischer was as true a Swabian by nature as might be found in
    • reality have yet been found for it and there is little
    • and today must be found again.
    • still other things are to be found in Max Eyth. However
    • approaches the profound question of destiny. Here we have a man
    • itself in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will raise profound
    • the story, which this writer found in contemporary life. A
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    • be found also in a small brochure that contains the substance
    • also can certain concepts be found through which it is possible
    • in even by the example I have given. It is profoundly
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • significance of one thing or another is not to be found in what
    • discerning spirit who, from a profound knowledge of the Chinese
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    • medicine since he found that this discipline proceeded in an
    • clergy found that his views did not agree with theirs.
    • representing profoundly decisive views of the nineteenth
    • molluscs, indications are to be found of fetishism and star
    • ideas? How is one to explain, except on the basis of a profound
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    • Christian foundation, but without understanding it correctly,
    • without understanding, that his own foundation is that of
    • profound investigations, but I would have to speak for months
    • spirit, you will be able to answer that these profound
    • the way to Christ must be found. The paths that are used today
    • sense. That is, one who had found access to the mysteries was
    • understand a little better how the Christ can be found in the
    • spirit of our times; that is, how a way to Him can be found,
    • the planets possess a profound significance for our earth when
    • has profound significance for the cosmos. Here you see directly
    • must take to the Christ must be found. Just as we work all the
    • found. What I am now alluding to is connected with what I have
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    • we seek to understand in a more profound sense what the Christ
    • the form of the Roman Caesars, been found? In man himself; no
    • other persons make their gods. The Christ is found in different
    • profounder meaning of the luciferic temptation. What does
    • corporeal. Human souls would have found their salvation, but
    • found the way yet to really engage himself more deeply.
    • Mr. Leadbeater are naturally to be found, and the Lords of
    • example, related from one of his profound occult insights that
    • found because the deceased son points to it and describes it,
    • and it is then found in exactly the same place that he
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    • of eurythmy, and other fields. In 1924 he founded the General
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    • Golgotha — 747 the actual date of the Foundation of Rome.
    • At the time of the Foundation of Rome the old possibility was
    • conclusions founded on reality in thought. We may say that
    • The Foundation of Culture in the Nineteenth Century,
    • can that be found.
    • What today from any experiment in physics is found as matter
    • This majestic and profound mystery, at the same time
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    • profound significance. As the negative impression of the
    • founding, the invention, of the machine loom up to the
    • curious way the bourgeoisie have found themselves between the
    • is a system founded entirely on words. This is because as yet
    • Socialism is a world-outlook founded on the perception of a
    • however have found pleasure in the peculiar — we
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    • the answer can never be found. Everyone has to own this after
    • be found again. And this can only be realised on the path of
    • would have found in the old Mysteries, in the Pythagorean
    • not be found unless we turn to the theory of metamorphosis.
    • founding these societies for Ethical Culture. These people
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    • world. The first, necessary foundation for spiritual science
    • People think, that everything is to be found out by studying
    • the national economy which it founds will be one that knows
    • found a new economic system at all with the existing
    • would soon be found, if once unnecessary forms of production
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    • of it, found it easy to step in and alienate the workers from
    • or less everything that you are aiming at is to be found in
    • be found in plenty. People, who, even in matters that call
    • that everything, which in those days was founded on its own
    • this concern we have founded, the Kommender Tag; can
    • Commonwealth?’ Of course, we are trying to found
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • floating in a blue haze. The ‘Kommender Tag’ was founded,
    • And therefore it has become necessary to-day to found
    • found, that is, something which combines in itself real,
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    • different nature from what can otherwise be found by normal
    • detailed information about these matters can be found, I have
    • the head is the foundation of our soul life do we come to
    • through the gate of death, that provides the foundation for the
    • being. The profound mystery is that when we investigate
    • most profound questions and mysteries of human life without all
    • strengthening far beyond anything found in ordinary life. It is
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    • primarily based on deeds, on actions, founded on impulses of
    • historical ideas are to be found. I have it from him personally
    • Lamprecht found in the psychologists that can help historical
    • research? He found what has evolved on the pattern of
    • found in their own people than can be discovered today purely
    • very foundations of the soul. For the soul life comes to
    • That is how I found out about it. And I am quite convinced that
    • — I first came upon it after having found out about its
    • if they found that we have constantly to speak about the great
    • part of us is to be found not only what inspires us, but forms
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    • exalted can appear without this foundation of pain?
    • that is, which is founded on the kind of thinking that is bound
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    • foundations, it had to develop — since it is
    • be found by science, or in the ordinary consciousness. But he
    • powers further, from the condition in which we found them in
    • pictures, in the same way the spiritual foundations of nature
    • with the foundation and rapid growth of the Waldorf School in
    • foundation for carrying out in practice the good principles
    • sect or found a new religion. Since Anthroposophy stands upon
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    • particles, it would not be long before the way would be found
    • And what has been found there? It is interesting to hear what a
    • to be found in us? Is it possible to find it or, if we are
    • rightly says — find this ego? If it could be found so
    • that it is a true continuation of the well-founded and human
    • on to the sound beginnings that are to be found in the Goethean
    • foundation for a kind of observation which even today is
    • it is possible to take what is to be found in Goethe in its
    • imaginative life there is to be found an aspect of
    • founded on the most varied evidence that according to the
    • to be found outside ...”
    • found behind the normal consciousness of the human being that
    • present what the scientists found to be excellent and to their
    • — But in Myers and James it is to be found in a chaotic
    • meet is to be found in the spiritual and not in the physical.
    • America because it cannot be found in the Bible or in Christian
    • basis of the sound foundations to be found in a view of the
    • in the broadest and most embracing sense as the foundation of
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    • then what people seek to get out of it is found in the feeling
    • he is found; we have to acquaint ourselves with the
    • about life to be found in the science of spirit, we should get
    • found this self-evident, but also adapted their feelings to
    • district where he wanted to found a human community based upon
    • understanding if, on the other hand, the impulses to be found
    • spirit, which is founded on a deeper knowledge of the human
    • the kind to be found here and there sailing under the flag of
    • for the whole community out of the impulse to be found within
    • karma. He can see that it is his own well-founded destiny that
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    • musical element to be found in it. When recitation or
    • Waldorf School which was founded in Stuttgart by Emil Mott
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    • musical element to be found in it. When recitation or
    • Waldorf School which was founded in Stuttgart by Emil Mott
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    • found Anthroposophy in Central Europe, then in this
    • — that the philosopher, the man who founds a World-conception,
    • indeed have been found chauvinistic by non-Germans. But again
    • need only investigate where Spiritual Impulses found their
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    • profoundly serious should be this striving for man's
    • necessary to create for our knowledge a foundation that is
    • once and for all a sure foundation. Today things have to be
    • founded on the old belief in a physiologically-gifted
    • for a certain purpose. No, there is actually to be found,
    • necessity of cooperating in the founding of this school, I
    • what you have up to now found them, and much still rests in
    • the womb of time that has to be found if mankind is to arrive
    • found. Whoever sees into how things work today knows only too
    • well that it has not been found by mankind through what has
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    • with what is to be found in the “Appeal to the Cultural
    • It is above all things essential to create a foundation, a
    • be founded upon the same basic principles of knowledge as
    • found the three kingdoms of the spiritual hierarchies of the
    • found in the Earth. When the great Atlantean flood had
    • the foundation of the Waldorf School, I tried to do this. But
    • has maintained for many years to found an understanding of a
    • is found to lie in nothing else than the fact that men are so
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    • present time, but it must be extended; what is to be found in
    • that point. Therein can be found a guarantee, a proof, that
    • proof of it can of course only be found in the actual
    • extremes of our life as human beings, is to be found
    • found midway between these two poles. Everything becomes more
    • space, three tenets are to be found, but modern science bases
    • found at a particular point of time it is not there. But then
    • earthly replica of the lightning, it is found necessary to
    • found.
    • brought that element which is to be found in our spiritual
    • idea of what was to be found in a book about Anthroposophy.
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    • certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
    • the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
    • the soul of the form itself. We see how this is to be found
    • live in art as an artist. In any case a profound study of
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    • gravity — this coincidence is an intense and profound
    • seership is unfounded. Seership develops out of conditions
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • foundation of morality and goodness lies at the bottom of the
    • foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and immoral
    • obliged to work from a moral foundation. In those places
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the mere
    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • found.
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • force which in our last lecture we found to be the force of
    • the most profound moral impulse. If it is once
    • powerful moral impulse, something which is a foundation for
    • on it will be found more and more that in ancient times Man
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • if we lay Anthroposophy at the foundation, but we see that
    • moral impulses, to thoughts which are able to found
    • provide the foundation — even at the present time
    • is developing will also be spiritually well founded. With
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    • these teachings nothing would have been found about birth and
    • beings would have found themselves in a terrible plight in
    • age it may be found in abnormal cases, although this is not
    • founded — this is evident to anyone who knows the
    • foundation of Christianity. We would misunderstand
    • founded. But since humanity itself advances more and more in
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    • direct knowledge, built upon such an important foundation as
    • Christ can be found in the ego. And because they themselves had
    • profounder understanding of Christianity through spiritual
    • most various forms as the foundation.
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    • socially promote namely a foundation, a true, real foundation
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    • Is something generally to be found within theosophy that he needs inevitably?
    • living beings with the microscope and found that they are built up from
    • recognised that not only that is found in them which was deposited as
    • lifeless products; one also found beings which lived millions of years
    • ago on our earth. In the lower layers one found the most imperfect beings,
    • more on top one found more perfect beings and even more on top one found
    • science has found enthusiastic words how miraculous the forces are which
    • Those who found no other
    • ideas according to their true form and content, and there one found
    • Confucius gave profound
    • them from the start, found that he got something that could satisfy
    • so perfect, it has overcome itself, it has undermined its own foundation
    • undermined their knowledge foundation with their own methods. And thus
    • means. They found this answer, however, in the mentioned theosophical
    • writings. They found it, not making profession to a faith, but by the
    • the different religious systems with their profound truths. The religious
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    • are found as they are described in Sinnett's book. However, such
    • he opened his talks in Berlin at the new-founded university he spoke
    • theosophical truths have always been communicated. Only since the foundation
    • Goethe gained insight into that world of which we speak profoundly.
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    • which sense this life has the answers to these questions can be found
    • And you do not rest, until you have found the cause. If you have spiritual
    • They found that if they carry out certain actions these actions result
    • higher community who had found direction and goal in themselves, who
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    • once is overcome, and that at the same time this finally found truth
    • After he has found the concept
    • they found something unknown is hidden toward which they do not have
    • with the careful researchers who have found the right viewpoint by themselves.
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    • sense when the form has found expression? The form must be renewed;
    • representation how life is found. A peculiar view of death faces us
    • found the right word, the right principle considering life itself. I
    • life in its profoundness because it shows us how in the most manifold
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    • times, and this is also to be found in the inspired writings of nations
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    • from the world are to be found here, beings whom the theosophical literature
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture VIII: Friedrich Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • happy who could say that he found somebody understanding him, as few
    • in himself as it is seldom found in life.
    • found is an expression of a higher fact, something that is much more
    • had found a kind of grave in the low nature. This big destiny of the
    • more profound from which the human understanding and conduct of life
    • And now understand the profound
    • for the superman. With the whole intensity of his nature he found a
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    • own tail. This symbol has different profound meanings; one of them expresses
    • beings are profound, infinitely profound. You achieve anything in this
    • grasp fast enough at the newspaper, and if he has found out anything
    • they found the way in their inside, because they knew that they must
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    • especially with the profound Faust drama, immerses himself more and
    • becomes accessible, it is very regular. Of course, one must not found
    • is included in any profound wisdom. He tried to solve the problem of
    • evident that a lot of profound is to be found in this Faust.
    • profound secret of the human nature, how body, soul and spirit combine.
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    • these two cases as possible until the foundation of the theosophical
    • of all substances of the earth. All the kinds of matter are found in
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    • This fairy tale is so profound
    • right thing in it. Goethe put his most profound ideas into it that he
    • he said if hundred human beings were found who understand it correctly;
    • he would give an explanation of it. They were not found up to his death,
    • building stones, however, cannot fathom the profound sense.
    • Up to the foundation of
    • tales are the most profound expression of Goethe's world view.
    • fairy tales as Goethe's most profound revelations. At first the
    • mathematical knowledge. In Goethe's estate I found a notebook
    • probably found which does not pick the things to pieces, as science
    • back. That means: if they found him also on this bank, he would not
    • understand. Goethe says profoundly that the lamp of the human soul only
    • it wants to obtain the maturity of initiation. The snake has found it.
    • profound primary source. Here are treasures to be found; however, we
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    • alchemist. A profound knowledge is indicated with it. In the whole progress
    • if no other light shines unless it is disturbed. Thus we find profound
    • the foundation of the bridge on which all human beings can walk to and
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    • I tried to explain the basic symbols in Goethe's profound fairy
    • expressed his most profound inside.
    • “And it is found that afterwards giants and dragons, as well as
    • by means of his physical body. All substances that are found in the
    • lime, metals et etcetera-, are also found outside in nature. The human
    • a symbol of knowledge is dressed which found its expression in mediaeval
    • higher states of consciousness by this development. A found piece of
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XV: The Evolution of the Earth
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    • not live, otherwise. One found that they change their colours and colour
    • basically found its expression in the whole surroundings. As today the
    • to an even more profound significance. It becomes clear to us what Goethe
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVI: The Great Initiates
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    • take up. But if we refrain from the certain foundation of such truths,
    • being, because he has found the connection with a new world because
    • give. Who becomes deeper engrossed in it, can come to profound knowledge
    • by which they were enabled to found the great religions of the world.
    • lessons. He is admitted to the first stage of a more profound initiation.
    • cultural foundations the great initiates gave the impulses. A nice myth
    • to announce. Also those worked this way who founded the elementary culture
    • the former founders of a religion. Christ says: “I am the way,
    • the truth and the life.” The other founders of a religion were
    • who was connected in faith with the founder. Christ descends to the
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    • in such spiritual contents, he took stock of himself and found something
    • and he found nothing there, everything that the 19th century offered
    • In the dramas of the middle time this attitude can be found. We see
    • The passage had just to be found by the personality to remove this.
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVIII: The Future of the Human Being
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    • of the masters' profound knowledge of the big spiritual world
    • What we spread today in popular talks lived up to the foundation of
    • popularly, can be heard only since 1875, since the foundation of the
    • profound points of view which are pronounced out of the consciousness
    • What has a real significance is not to be found in
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    • Systeme de la nature, he found it empty and dull. But this
    • time up to a certain degree. He had found that the human being alienated
    • how can the interrelation of the sensuous with the spirit be found again?
    • of a society which founds the interrelation of human beings on love
    • of Schiller have found entrance in the educational life which would
    • between Schiller and Goethe. It was founded peculiarly. It was at a
    • found the way to Wagner when he sought the birth of the tragedy in the
    • to be found with them.
    • wanted to found as society was moved under the point of view of the
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XX: The Divinity Faculty and Theosophy
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    • found the words which were got out of any heart. The sermon was permeated
    • found the right stage of theology and sermon, of science and life.
    • world of the immediate existence. Kepler found the big world law according
    • disputed, is found in the so-called Kant-Laplace world view. In order
    • because this science has founded ways of thinking. These are stronger
    • a poem. One has also examined the epistles of Paul and has found that
    • One has found that there are contradictions in the writings. One has
    • divine. Not before we have found the whole world wisdom, we are able
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    • and to found such a connection between life and the highest principles
    • about everything, which should found a view of life on serious principles.
    • it, he emphasised the necessity that would be founded upon the view
    • natural sciences has gained significance. One has found the way from
    • is impossible to found the law historically. It is not possible to prove
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    • and authorities and, hence, some doctors are found who co-operate with
    • think independently. Our whole scientific foundation of anatomy, physiology,
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    • when it was founded (1810). At that time, any single scientific discipline
    • Are Founded on Fables or The Christian Religion Prevents from
    • philosophical doctor would have to be founded on the fact that in the
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    • Theosophical Society was founded in 1895.
    • to significant questions can be found in modern science, see
    • own foundation, seeks to understand all religions. It wishes
    • to be a religion nor found a new sect. The lectures to be
    • is past for founding new religions. Spiritual truths can no
    • Founding new religions came to an end with the central
    • Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831–1891) was the founder of the
    • founder, always saw Theosophy as having the mission to provide
    • tomorrow. The founder of the Theosophical Society saw it as
    • insight that without a foundation of spiritual life, no
    • ever endured without a religious foundation. Let someone
    • earnestly try to found a community consisting solely of
    • unless it is built upon the foundation of religious wisdom.
    • must recognize that a foundation of spiritual insight and
    • through the consecutive historical epochs, it will be found
    • Jesus, the greatest founder of religion in modern times.
    • There will be awareness that the world's foundation is of
    • on which they are founded. The great creative works of
    • morality can be established without the foundation of
    • believe that morality exists without a foundation of
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    • something very much more profound than mere invention. When
    • act on us, we begin to recognize the profound ancient wisdom
    • trivial explanations of this saying are to be found, but the
    • exist, even if they cannot be found in the physical
    • what is found under the microscope, whereas the spiritual
    • composed, are to be found outside in inorganic nature. If the
    • substance into sensitive substance. The latter is to be found
    • French comparative anatomist and the founder of paleontology.
    • composed of the three bodies already found in simple sentient
    • those to be found in their environment. Like the plant, human
    • fluids, to be found also in plants); third the astral body
    • over his or her blood. That is the profound meaning of the
    • lecture, arose out of profound knowledge. Blood is indeed
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    • ancient Judaism found it impossible to explain the origin of
    • magnitude, the profoundest hope takes root in human hearts.
    • perception penetrates deeply into the foundation of
    • physical matter and laws constitute the foundation of a
    • person's bodily nature; life constitutes the foundation of
    • sensation; and consciousness the foundation of
    • the foundation of all existence. Consequently one cannot ask,
    • the foundation of physical existence and consciousness by
    • something higher. The origin of suffering is found where
    • these three is the ruler, the newfound individual, bringing
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    • hidden, permeates the foundation of earth existence;
    • even now it is to be found at all levels of existence, in
    • love will be guided by the wisdom that is the foundation of
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    • Happiness and joy build sound organs, and lay the foundation
    • this is achieved through authority. If the foundation of
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    • only far more profound than thought at first sight, but also
    • substances of the physical body are the same as those found
    • Roman Catholic mystic and founder of the Franciscan Order of Monks.
    • in so doing consume the foundation that gave it existence.
    • consuming its own foundation as the flame consumes the wood.
    • the fact that it absorbs its own foundation. The root of
    • sting. The savages living by the Sambesi River have found a
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    • founder of Buddhism.
    • philosopher who founded the academy where Aristotle studied.
    • Greek philosopher who founded the Pythagorean school.
    • cities were founded. The main emphasis must now be on
    • principles, but the teacher's profound psychological insight.
    • can be conducted without a religious foundation; without
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    • forces that constitute its foundation. If we are to
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    • spiritual manifestations are to be found in the objects and
    • person open and receptive because it is a foundation from
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    • the foundation for the child's further development is laid,
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    • may have found that Rosicrucianism is able to throw light on
    • Christian Rosenkreuz (15th century) was the founder of Rosicrucianism,
    • importance has found its way into public literature.
    • known can one make any sense of what is found in the often
    • been absolved, so that one possesses an inner foundation of
    • another out of inner necessity. Without such a foundation it
    • his poem, The Mysteries, showed his profound
    • always found in every Rosicrucian school. The form it takes I
    • materialistic prejudice without foundation and will
    • about them already. What is found in books an the subject is
    • they often handle, and is found all over the world. It is
    • being the higher self cannot be found. Rather, as Goethe
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    • this house ‘Inner Peace’ because here I found
    • and one of the founders of Greek tragedy.
    • profoundly aware of their existence.
    • justice to the wisdom found in legends, to things revealed
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    • records as is later to be found in the faithful, whether of
    • of the patriarchs, was regarded as the founder of the ancient
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    • waking up, the human being thus found in his head the deeds of
    • foundations as family, political party, nationality, sect, etc.
    • spiritual conception must be found which throws light on
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    • lie at the foundation of everything physical, of the solid
    • supplied the chief foundation of consciousness.
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    • into our very ego. The gall and liver-system is also found only in the
    • acid will be found with them in the bodily substances. Thus the liver-system
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    • it. Then someone would be found who said he could sort it out
    • sensitive construction can be found in countless such folk
    • physical body. Yet you know how well-founded the view is that
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    • openly, for he found it a terrible temptation in life not to
    • is true, profoundly true, that as long as we are earthly human
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    • particular problem affects so profoundly the whole matter
    • possibly to be found in the spiritual world. If we merely trace
    • has entered that is only to be found in the life of that person
    • all agree that a certain necessity can be found in this whole
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    • The example of a stone being pushed into motion can be found
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    • people that found its expression in the popular romance
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    • was really founded on observation. When they said, “Gold
    • post-Atlantean epoch from approximately the founding of Rome
    • unfounded hypothesis. It does not exist.” That is what he
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    • of the world. Within our own ranks today far too many are to be found
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • I found highly descriptive of the situation.
    • profound change in human conceptions is needed. For men have informed
    • these wise conceptions are to be found, how they are to be obtained
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    • be differently understood which, apparently well founded, shines forth
    • clear, my dear friends, that when impulses founded in this way are taken
    • make to what is found, for example, in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • brought against him by the Inquisition, and founded the Monastery of
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    • would not be found to have muscles and blood within them but whose anatomy
    • only to be found in other worlds. They could not flourish in earth existence.
    • nothing more than what is found in books on Botany and Mineralogy. Real
    • able to found life on dogmatic conceptions, as has been possible for
    • is found when we go through death and enter directly into the spiritual
    • if some means is not found to compensate, s0 that the evaporation of
    • Science. Thus a kind of spirit-condition not easily found today in the
    • my life I have found quite a number of people who were spiritual people
    • to be developed in oneself and then kept to oneself. I have found many
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    • between man and man. For this reason the solutions can also be found
    • if it is to be a real solution, can be found only on the path of Spiritual
    • the most intimate foundations of human life in co-operation are of a
    • way. This is only found in a limited form here in the physical world,
    • mother and child. It is not to be found in anything that can be experienced
    • not confounding the man in his inmost life of soul with his misdeed,
    • science, but also of taking life itself materialistically confounding
    • distance from the truths of Spiritual Science this reason is found among
    • investigation is not as yet to be so easily found in the world today.
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    • all other paths of mankind, will be found to lead to nothing when trying
    • they are found. Logic today however does not yet know what it is doing
    • be found in nature. Pagan religion is at the same time essentially the
    • through natural events, such as is found in the Book of Job, is also
    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
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    • there has now remained what indeed we have just found left after the
    • found of what assured the matter a fully scientific basis, I myself
    • and Schiller and the Goethe Society were founded, these were founded
    • with Herman Grimm, Herman Grimm would hardly have found it possible
    • century. The way back to Goethe must be found through the Spiritual
    • in the way this divine is found a man wishing to make a road for himself
    • transformed, sprang forth after the soul found the bridge from pagan
    • fairy tale, this intellect is found absolutely wanting. It is necessary
    • to our soul when we fully surrender ourselves to the profoundest depths
    • founded the Goethe Society at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth
    • Spiritual Science, a path that is to be found unconditionally, will
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    • that when the spread of plants cover the earth, it is found
    • found in the higher, the actual spiritual world, in the
    • excellent that through this is found an abundance of
    • is none to be found within. The feeling of hardship in the
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    • order to fully absorb certain secrets and inner aspects found
    • that that which is found within Goethe's creation, streams so
    • found within self knowledge acquired through striving for a
    • Thus these two elements which are found in life stand out in
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    • be found in the surroundings, through this we are deflected
    • should become more profound, seek God within, will hardly
    • most profound way.
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    • in what will be said, a sort of foundation for their own work. We shall
    • the age. So to-day, when I have said, I wish to provide a foundation
    • be found in the imaginative may be cultivated, the element of vision,
    • various motives that are to be found on the different sides of the Building
    • found which does not convey its actual purpose.
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    • is to be found in continuing metamorphosis.
    • the other that the laws of world order are to be found, and ordain the
    • moss complicated motif will be found in the capital of the 5th pillar
    • up that which is externally visible on the foundation of this by the
    • You know the root of world beliefs is not to be found in intellectual
    • to be profoundly stirred and become more awake and aware than we are
    • of the small cupola. Here is to be found everything repeated again —
    • of course transformed to accord with the place in which it is found.
    • are found on the capitals and architraves, contains in itself the whole
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    • of this foundation word I or Ego, has so far its justification here,
    • This Germanic-Persian principle of Initiation is founded on a dualism,
    • for this there is no good foundation. For what flows into man through
    • picture is to be found nearer to the central Group, that of the representative
    • the state of balance is to certain extent to be found in man as much
    • is found at the opposite pole to the Luciferic, the physiological state
    • which has been spoken to-day, which may already be found in the teachings
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    • of healing was associated in men's s minds with a profoundly
    • In every stricken house were found,
    • profound wisdom, whereas Goethe simply means to represent how
    • profoundly indeed, here in this scene of the translation of
    • profound wisdom of John's words,
    • be found in Faust himself, that Wagner was just another ego
    • and found in the hills and dales of the world, obsessed
    • “Grey Wolf” stands for a certain metal found
    • that the Greedy Grey Wolf, the grey metal found in the
    • found, not only in a piece of silver that actually spread
    • really found these forces flowing from the Moon, but also
    • science itself it is found that there are 2,000,000 tons of
    • must found a social order quite different from that of today,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • might be found in a lively Club among others who have left
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    • when he saw that, giving of his best, it found no entrance
    • Goethe wrote in his old age came out of a profound experience
    • for us to see the spectacle playing a profound part in the
    • realities of the world, weakness is found in high places.
    • there is little understanding to be found, for today there
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    • found necessary to impart to the world in connection with the
    • individual. When he has once found the security of knowledge,
    • perceives, beneath the foundation of our world of the senses,
    • triangle that is the w0rld, the field of truth is found (see
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    • impulses can possibly arise from the foundations of the
    • things vividly in the two states of consciousness, he found
    • are having to experience Evil have found a standpoint which
    • how in Troy there was only the Idol, that which is founded in
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    • impulses of Good. All this has arisen on the foundation of
    • founding of Rome in the year 747 before the Birth of Christ.
    • quite other foundations than for example the bonds of blood,
    • setting up of programmes on the foundations of a national
    • the mutual love which was founded in the blood- relationships
    • In short, the Gods would have found another one if Paris had
    • hundreds who stand here below no one is found, then the Gods
    • this politician found occasion to express himself about the
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    • Seismos are doing it is pointed out that man has found his
    • dwells at the foundations of existence. And this is the cause
    • those that lie at the foundation of cosmic conflicts. There
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    • shall immediately see the profound difference if we are clear
    • give, they will be found to become, especially as they
    • Profoundly pensive one, (Luna)
    • mysteries. Out of a profound misunderstanding, does not only
    • found this out. It occurred to him how one-sided it is when,
    • Thou bosom widener, profoundly pensive one!”
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    • science founded on his own interpretation of the primal
    • Goethe found himself obliged to abandon this conception that
    • when knowing of nothing better,. But he found that when
    • reference to moral associations, in which are found so many
    • from that founded on Goethe's world conception and on his
    • believe it possibel to found a world-conception either
    • realism so fall apart that, either they found a half-hearted
    • because man wishes today to found his world outlook in a
    • matter — as, having founded an abstract Monism, many
    • other to show its foundations — lectures not too well
    • found the-following: “It is one of the greatest
    • the ethical God of Love, what is dreadful and profoundly
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    • profound, most significant scene. In this second part of
    • Initiate, however, is meant to find there profound secrets of
    • through he was striving to to make his soul more profound.
    • Goethe is showing that he had a profound and significant
    • again, vividly, in Goethe when he touched on this profound
    • Mysteries of Samothrace, he found Olympia. And the Greeks had
    • Macedon and Olympia found each other. Those things must be
    • be found here in the world where we are leading our everyday
    • but quite real world. This is one of the most profound scenes
    • reality is so all-embracing, so profound, that the
    • metamorphosis. Surely, you may say, a man with such profound,
    • Dorides set beside the physical sailor boys. They have found
    • each other and yet not found each other. Human beings and
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    • adding a few fantasies founded upon these, and then consider
    • passes away so quickly, it contains something most profound;
    • most profound human problem of raising Homunculus to man.
    • that is good about Goethe's Faust, has found that this
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    • feeling of being frustrated in thought is a profound human
    • out of superficiality into a profound conception of life.
    • instincts rest on the foundation of the human soul; they are
    • Goethe wished to indicate from the depths of his profound
    • found.
    • we enter into such profound scenes with a language that makes
    • deeply into such a profound scene as the one we are now
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    • must be found in the spiritual, in the not-sensible. If one
    • initially found two types of dream. As you know, the dream
    • which found their satisfaction, their delight, their happiness
    • experiences, how soul has found soul, what happened in the
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    • to be found among various ancient peoples, as for example with
    • enter and exit the astral plane found it easy to reveal things
    • found rest, so mankind must separate workdays and festive days,
    • “I,” work in the outer world. What had been founded
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    • joy, pain and pleasure can also be found in those things which
    • only found in the sun, since then can be found in the astral
    • endlessly profound this becomes with the inauguration of
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    • purpose found so wide a circulation.
    • — one that concerns itself with the most profound
    • but on the part of the founder of the theosophical movement,
    • fundamentalising of world-theories are to be found in still
    • found upon the earth.
    • have been achieved through the progress of this profound
    • in man. This is the bourne towards which tends all profound
    • which even in the most profound state of slumber is not quite
    • subject, it will be found in my books entitled
    • Haeckel — a structure none can admire more profoundly
    • one will be found to have worked his way up, the other to have
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    • found expression in the Mohammedan religion, while on the other
    • these personalities, who found their way in the course of time
    • the personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • was to arise, which, if it found extreme expression, would lead
    • foundations of individualism, carrying on his polemic against
    • This battle is smouldering still at the very foundations of
    • must be found once more.’
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    • Yet there is a profound truth, namely this: When man loses the
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    • had taken place. In the first centuries it had still been found
    • The influence of a new stream of spiritual culture is profoundly
    • something much more profound. For this reason we see many a storm of
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    • inattention to all his lessons, which he had till then found so
    • ribbon-weaver. The landowner von Miltitz was profoundly
    • unusual gifts the boy found himself deeply attracted by all the
    • and it was this acquired knowledge of men which found expression
    • life became very hard for him. And above all he found himself in
    • overhear him discussing at Olten, whenever he found any specially
    • brother-in-law of Klopstock, Fichte found stimulating society
    • found himself altogether in harmony with the image reflected in his
    • he had a singular experience. A great many critics at least found
    • the highest that no higher ideal of knowledge could ever be found,
    • them profoundly. The spirit at work in Fichte had to come to grips with
    • students of philosophy. He founded no school of philosophy. But the
    • invited to assist in the newly-founded University, to which we must
    • been the custom at Erlangen since its foundation, in the whole of
    • found himself confronting the personality of Napoleon, in whom, in
    • profoundly German in its approach and in its vigour and based
    • Fichte's and Goethe's philosophical outlook. And Fichte was profoundly
    • the world?” In Fichte, Goethe found a conception of the same
    • people. This spirit found here, it is true, only such expression as
    • be founded at Berlin, and it fell to Fichte to work out a scheme for
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    • This short but profound lecture is a true gem among Steiner's works.
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    • impossible to develop that mood of profound intimacy which prevailed
    • There found they Jesus Christ, our Lord,
    • plays with a most profound Christmas mood in their souls and hearts.
    • example, in the “four principle rules”, found in those
    • felt profoundly the mighty turning point that had occurred in the
    • Be thou our foundation for peace
    • Be thou our foundation for peace
    • Even so, much of the ancient poetry found its way into the homes, with
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    • which, ancient as it is, yet in its foundations comes before us with
    • foundations are more and more revealed. For what meets us in the
    • place two pictures before you so you may have a foundation for
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity to a soul whom one of
    • is founded that resounds to us as something responding to
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    • artistic beauty at the foundation of these occult records. I could
    • they are not to be found among the intellectuals but are people who
    • foundation. It would be justified, for example, if you were to tear
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    • evidently without foundation in the external world. He is impelled to
    • found in the world of sense. That is the deeper reason why there are
    • about the two Jesus children, which are to be found in this higher
    • this concerning the two Jesus children can never be found in this
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    • Here we have the occult physiological foundation of the matter.
    • admit it is the same since they found it so profound in the first
    • order to develop what afterward found expression in the
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    • as the teaching of Christ Jesus is to be found in some earlier work
    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • whole range of the world’s life there is nothing to be found
    • that no trace is to be found in this great poem of philosophy as we
    • the profoundest secret for the human soul.” Here indeed is a
    • significance. Then there follows this most profound mystery.
    • always be of most profound significance. Up to the tenth discourse we
    • in the sixth or eighth centuries before the foundation of
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    • know that at the time when Christianity was founded two children were
    • found. Someone might ask, in view of the lectures about St. Luke's
    • this truth has never yet been found in one single and complete whole
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    • tenth century before the foundation of Christianity, cannot be
    • found. By the whole configuration of their mind and soul, however,
    • something of this kind. At the beginning of our founding of the
    • Shankaracharya seven or eight centuries after the foundation of
    • the poets of the Vedas, the founders of Sankhya philosophy, even
    • peculiarly grotesque picture. We imagine those founders of Indian
    • sleep-consciousness for those ancient men. It found its way into
    • profound works of our time, in those of the three European thinkers I
    • Fichte or a Hegel. There is something more. What today can be found
    • alone by Shankaracharya and by the deep training of Yoga can be found
    • that are not to be found in such men as Solovieff, Hegel, and Fichte,
    • he presents himself as the founder of the age of self-consciousness,
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    • effort can today be found right at hand. This is the tragedy of
    • Easterners still are. What the men of the Gita age found in
    • because in that harmony alone man's salvation is to be found.
    • in the centuries following the foundation of Christianity was only
    • found in the stream of Christianity. Only when we regard the matter
    • profound than if one were to say, “Why make any distinctions?
    • be found in countless places and in countless ways, but this is a
    • the pivot of the whole of evolution or whether it can be found in the
    • account of these events can be found in G. Wachsmuth,
    • found at the present time who are ready to seek spiritual truths. We
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    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
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    • founded ultimately on the experiences of Initiates in the higher
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    • past times found their highest satisfaction. It must be added that the
    • found satisfaction.
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    • spiritual worlds, I found Osiris permeating cosmic space with the
    • Knights of the Holy Grail. In the rise of the Holy Grail can be found
    • turn found legendary form in the saga of the Holy Grail. Everything
    • so often torn by passion, as he is found to be by those who read his
    • is to be found in external scientific work and its fruits. But anyone
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    • interest in the occult was profound. He had written
    • Dornach. Years later, Schuré would still speak of his profound
    • profoundly moving inner experiences of my soul; for I felt ever anew
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    • found no difficulty at all. By a process of involuntary and
    • originally founded by H. P. Blavatsky, has as its present President,
    • More clearly than any other occultist, Rudolf Steiner has seen the profound
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • It does not require any very profound knowledge to realise the
    • mineral kingdom. The whole mineral world is found again in the
    • a terrible error. The most sublime consciousness, the most profound
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    • Christian occultism is derived from the Manicheans whose founder,
    • head is found to be much larger. Especially was this so in the period
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    • One of the fundamental tenets of occultism, founded on the law of
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    • be found among all races. He also proves that all legends have been
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    • For thousands of years the higher wisdom was guarded in profound
    • awoke from the trance, the new Initiate found himself in possession of
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    • is profound and many-sided.
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    • they found the secret, for its words contained eternal truth —
    • The marriage at Cana expresses one of the most profound mysteries of
    • Such is the profound background of the cult of Bacchus, the God of
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    • Christian initiation has existed since the founding of Christianity.
    • identical and invariable symptoms. The Brotherhoods where, in profound
    • merely as an example of the profound humility and devotion of the
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    • All the great Founders of religions have been possessed of clairvoyant
    • been founded by seers. The astral world expresses itself through them
    • Initiate gives the foundations upon which the ritual of the outer cult
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    • of which traces can be found. The ancient methods of Initiation,
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    • him to float and swim. When the elements differentiated and man found
    • given in ancient systems of yoga. These exercises were founded upon
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    • manifest themselves in the vertical whereas the animal is found to be
    • 1) The mineral layer contains all the metals which are found in the
    • as black magic, that is, a magic founded on egoism. (See diagram)
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    • attained the goal of evolution on the Moon, took refuge. They found a
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    • tidings announced to all the world. But there was a more profound
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    • relevant to the life of the founder of Christianity. They are
    • that related to the life of the founder of Christianity, and
    • was the founder of Christianity could not readily be
    • Christian mystics so often expressed in profound and
    • is told us of the founder of Christianity is not authentic.
    • found Him again on the astral plane, and he knew that He who
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    • what profound mystical power lies hidden within this
    • found him of whom Moses in the law and the Prophets did
    • found. The only reference that could have any relation to it
    • religious, profound truth of reincarnation uttered in the
    • the most beautiful and profound sayings of Christ. Out of his
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    • Bruno Wille, 1860–1928, founded the
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    • practice. Such theories have found their way into theosophical literature
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    • came one who taught me, and instead of night and darkness I found peace
    • the world, and are founded on the inspiration of Initiates.
    • to find a foundation for it, difficult.” But without a true
    • foundation we can never make morality our own. People often say: Why
    • firm foundation for morality, we must supply the soul with fuel in the
    • a solid foundation for it. If we speak the truth about our neighbour,
    • event: he comes to understand the profound utterance of Indian wisdom,
    • are like solid foundations, the Continents, of Devachan. Everything
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    • A 6- and a 4-petalled lotus-flower are to be found lower down.
    • are not continued there. On the contrary, a friendship truly founded on
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    • still to be found as though frozen alive in the ice-fields, lived there.
    • have no Ego there, for their Ego is to be found on the astral plane.
    • dog, or ant, and so on, is to be found there as a real being. It is
    • is to be found together with the Egos of the animals, and the work he
    • right for the germinal human being cannot always be found; all that
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    • be found.
    • foundation. The child will grow up like a will-o'-the-wisp if
    • Seventeen-year-old critics can be found in abundance, and many of the
    • to be found in this life; nothing immediate is responsible for it. The
    • we should be positively active in laying a foundation for the future.
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    • foundation for a good memory. A man who simply hurries through the
    • to good health. Theosophy, you will realise, is thus a profound movement
    • may be found again in the son. In the Bach family, for instance, there
    • to be found in a family of musicians, and is passed on from one generation
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    • of man was thus to be found on Saturn in the most ancient times. Then
    • This living foundation was permeated with woody structures out of which
    • profound.
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    • form of matter were to be found the ancestors of humanity, with rudimentary
    • into all inhabited lands and founded the civilisations of the next
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    • primal source of being. The profound Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita, that
    • found a real world in which work had to be done. The conviction gradually
    • has to be transformed. But he found himself still at a loss in one respect:
    • can be found in nature; he was aware only of nature's resistance to
    • Chaldean priests, above all, were the custodians of profound wisdom,
    • mission — art. Little by little man had found the way to carry the
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    • physical senses only what is to be found on that plane. Astral perceptions
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    • times and signify something very profound. An uneducated man will have
    • founded with no forms or accepted customs. Clearly a colony such as
    • enigmatic way of indicating that the Philosopher's Stone can be found
    • found the Philosopher's Stone and he will transform his own body into
    • his mind sharply concentrated on such symbolic objects, not to be found
    • have found Him.
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    • that a new path would have to be found for those whose faith had been
    • and the moon, in a stone or an animal: everywhere can be found the same
    • No other cause for this destruction could be found except in what they
    • which have been occultly investigated. It has been found that persons
    • investigated. It was found that all those born at about the time of
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    • [Goethe already knew this. Dr. Steiner found the
    • found my higher Self. My Self is outside me. Knowledge of the world is
    • founders of religion had already pointed to the Way?
    • Second Person of the Godhead. No previous founder of a religion had
    • words literally, in yet another sense. The previous founders of religions
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    • a foundation for morality is difficult.”
    • foundations of mechanics, discovered the laws of free fall, of the
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    • our study. Yet out of the very foundation of this present age there
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • will bring about a profoundly important result for our culture. The
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • bodily, it is also obvious that symptoms can be found in bodily
    • be found in all spheres of life, for the fact that some people may be
    • particularly Catholic pastoral theology, is founded on what various
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    • profound bliss in the presence of God.
    • body to endure the entire happening. They have the foundation for it
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • development or other in evolution, then the tangle can be found in
    • study them too! This is all to be found in the ordinary human being,
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    • from those found here in the physical world. We come out of that
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
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    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • pathological mirror-picture of what we found in the second stage of
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    • to you the deeper connections to be found in this matter of human
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • has done just that. He found
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
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    • what we have found to be the case in the mentally retarded or the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • what was found? Of course they found themselves again confronting the
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • happens approximately every 25,920 years. There we have found a
    • found in numbers. With the Platonic year as with smaller time
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • found stars had to have names. He would visit the observatories in
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    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
    • foundation of all beings through the fact that there is a human race.
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    • what he meant or at least found itself on familiar ground when, for
    • a profoundly Thomistic view in that Thomas Aquinas embraced the
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    • its original content. Yet out of the very foundation of this present
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • will bring about a profoundly important result for our culture. The
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • bodily, it is also obvious that symptoms can be found in bodily
    • be found in all spheres of life, for the fact that some people may be
    • particularly Catholic pastoral theology, is founded on what various
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    • profound bliss in the presence of God.
    • body to endure the entire happening. They have the foundation for it
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • development or other in evolution, then the tangle can be found in
    • study them too! This is all to be found in the ordinary human being,
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    • from those found here in the physical world. We come out of that
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
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    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • pathological mirror-picture of what we found in the second stage of
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    • to you the deeper connections to be found in this matter of human
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • has done just that. He found
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
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    • what we have found to be the case in the mentally retarded or the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • what was found? Of course they found themselves again confronting the
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • happens approximately every 25,920 years. There we have found a
    • found in numbers. With the Platonic year as with smaller time
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • found stars had to have names. He would visit the observatories in
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    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
    • foundation of all beings through the fact that there is a human race.
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophical Medicine series will include all of
    • Anthroposophical Foundations for an Art of Remedies
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    • education, science, agriculture, and the arts. He founded the General
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    • things, built upon different foundations. The public writings are
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    • air or water or solid earth is as yet to be found upon ancient
    • through the severance of sun and earth, all that was to be found at
    • Bible, then you will have a foundation for all that is to come before
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    • air, and water were to be found there. It was only with the emergence
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    • time actually existed in the physical mode can only be found today by
    • know as the group-souls of the plants. Today they can only be found
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • evolved at that time, he too was to be found in a plantlike
    • be found. The Moon was the earth of that time, and it was only
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • already to be found in the Moon evolution. During the Moon evolution
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    • Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy has a firm foundation, and those who
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    • much more profound than modern natural science dreams! Thus when
    • found an answer to these questions which satisfies us up to a certain
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    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • found every one of the hierarchical ranks. Thus, in what we
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    • be found in the physical sun.” The most you can say is that the
    • writer has forgotten nothing There is a profound reason why on the
    • second day of creation these words are not to be found. Here we have
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    • human being is to be found in the days before the sixth. If the earth
    • species form; the earth brings forth the foundations of plant life
    • Thrones was to be found in the element of air and in the Moon
    • Thus man on the sixth day was not to be found in solid fleshly form.
    • He was to be found in physical form, as an earth being, but only in
    • man of pre-Luciferic times was to be found in the elementary
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    • who withdrew with the sun and found their scene of activity
    • profound wisdom here. But I can assure you that nothing from this
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • the link which is to be found between the feelings and perceptions of
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    • Jesus is present, He can be found by man only through the awakening of
    • further, a time will come when everything on the earth will have found
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    • continued the once well-founded habit in regard to the blood. Without
    • been found. The anti-Christian impulse makes its appearance first and
    • foundation of destruction, namely, the Ahrimanic impulse. — That
    • of our time are cast aside. The community which Paul wished to found,
    • foundation of actual spirit-knowledge.
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    • religions, Christianity has a Founder — Jesus of Nazareth —
    • the Founder of his religion. In the East it would be said: “One
    • who is a great Founder of religion has achieved the complete
    • does not possess the qualities to be expected of a Founder of
    • inasmuch as they all point to a Founder who was a great
    • in essence, founded by a great Teacher whose pupils then promulgate
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    • We must always feel profoundly how, in this way, vision and
    • which was an echo from an Eastern wisdom even more profound than
    • pain-racked Redeemer must not confound him; he must learn that pain is
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    • respects wanting, can be found in the historical traditions emanating
    • founding of a new religion. With the Event of a god passing through
    • surpassed. To one who understands the nature of its founding it is
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    • these wise men we shall everywhere find the foundation for an
    • A beautiful and profound Eastern legend runs as follows: The great
    • of the East with his profound wisdom, which, drawn from the
    • legends as profound as this one. We must remain in reverent awe at a
    • profound secret, of a momentous truth which gives the answer to the
    • legends. But so profound is their truth that we need all the means
    • blood, was not seized by an impulse to be found on the earth, the
    • macrocosmic Divinity, is to be found, too, within man.
    • whereby the Spirit becomes victor over matter can be found in
    • legend as wonderful and profound as that of Kashiapa.
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    • be able to glimpse the profound wisdom contained in this legend if we
    • finally they would have found on the earth below only human beings so
    • profound sorrow that the Eastern sages looked into the future,
    • day in the spiritual world. Moreover it can be found, together with
    • the secret of how, in the quietude of a profound mystery, this ‘I’
    • who preserved the secret was founded: the Brotherhood of the Holy
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    • encounters, and which led towards the foundation, eleven years later,
    • foundations of the present time and the near future.
    • understanding for the Mystery of Golgotha, which has found its way
    • considerable number. To ensure that in future, when we have found our
    • of every race, and will found, throughout the earth, a new culture no
    • foundation of faith. We should know in order to take increasing
    • A second force that is also to be found in the hidden depths of a
    • in doing so they have straightway found contradictions upon which
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    • everywhere in the form of ancestor-worship. This was founded on belief
    • more that the foundations for it are actually within them, and out of
    • profoundest instruction concerning the nature of the Mystery of
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    • can only be found through the Spirit. The story of the little children
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    • profound nature of their studies, and by the will which may itself be
    • underground in secret has found its way to the surface! Certainly, the
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    • profound feeling. We shall start from the fact of which we have often
    • connected with a profound knowledge, outside the range of ordinary
    • not because he found something in him which gave him pleasure; he did
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    • novels to be found in the more recent literature of Germany and in it,
    • nervousness. Next morning he was found dead.
    • desires can already be found in the older Theosophists. But Oetinger
    • to be found the true inner reason: the fear of the spiritual world.
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    • earth which man can also experience, will have found one of the ways
    • old Sagas still relate, especially in as profound a myth as that of
    • wonderful way of profound, Cosmic mysteries — in so far as the
    • read half of them! Then one finds that their author is profoundly
    • the present age. It prevails, and is to be found everywhere to-day.
    • the earth, yet He must be found through inner recognition, not through
    • in a spiritual way. He will never truly be found by external methods.
    • proved in myself that the contents of the Bible can be found in a
    • out to find them. They were found and brought home. I can omit the
    • only to be found where we find Him, in the evolution of the earth
    • civilisation shows Him to us, but He is to be found everywhere!
    • the souls and hearts of men, is based on the foundation of what was
    • And He is ever to be found, if we only seek Him. That thought should
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    • still found its earliest form within Eastern mentality, the
    • were uttered. Men looked on the crucified One and found death
    • profounder than Buddhism, underlay the other which adhered
    • before men in the most profound sense what may be expressed in
    • a similar way it must be found possible once again to have the
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    • knowledge to. bring the profounder contents of these into the
    • time no such formations were to be found as the stones we have
    • results of this Mystery are to be found; among other courses of
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    • found.
    • only be found when men were able to look spiritually upon the
    • Sun, was now to be found on earth if they knew how rightly to
    • feelings are profoundly stirred when, by means of Spiritual
    • was aforetime only to be found on the Sun. The Disciples
    • could only be found when our gaze was turned from the earth and
    • the Disciples found Him again, through suffering and sorrow, in
    • that the Christ is only to be found when, through clairvoyance,
    • formerly to be found on the Sun is, since the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, to be found on earth. We have the Christ, men will
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    • different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • a karmic result of earlier idealistic periods. The founding of towns
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    • afterwards the German Section of the Theosophical Society was founded
    • Foundations of Esotericism’
    • to be found at the end of the volume.
    • the founder of the Theosophical Society and, because of the difficulty
    • aspects of human and cosmic considerations, which are not to be found
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    • to found an Occult Society suited to people of the West?” His
    • response to this question was to begin laying the foundations of what
    • The mood of these first meetings was profoundly earnest. They were
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    • but such explanations are usually external and arbitrary. Profound
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    • however sees in activity the foundation of the whole universe as it
    • man found the ‘Ich’ within it. Other languages expressed this
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    • our earthly existence, something which is not found anywhere else on
    • man. The consciousness of the ant heap is to be found in the higher
    • the bees is to be found in the higher regions of the Buddhi plane. How
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    • found. This plane is the other pole of the solid. Through life on the
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    • first the pure man had found no means of incarnating on the earth. He
    • to be found in the human form, in actual fact in the heart, in the
    • could not have found on the Earth; they do not lie in its evolutionary
    • sequence. The first new impulse (Kama) was only to be found as a force
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    • rest and the higher part of man has found in the physical a fitting
    • sub-race will be founded. The Theosophical Movement should be the
    • extinguished and the disciples found themselves with their
    • actual founder of the age of materialism. Already at the time of
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    • a karmic result of earlier idealistic periods. The founding of towns
    • The third stage is to be found in the Light Ether. There sight
    • European countries. The burgher is the founder of materialism in
    • founded the Rosicrucian Order. Spiritual life remained in the Mystery
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    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
    • nevertheless in the background the Akasha exists as a foundation. The
    • been found in the Astral Light. Such impressions are only inscribed in the
    • of the Cosmos. Every single person is to be found sketched, as it
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    • to be found in the camera, does one discover what is the specific
    • That also found expression in the configuration of the body. The
    • is said in such profound legends is actually taken from human
    • latter found him trustworthy he received as instruction, not actually
    • time for external needs. He found his nourishment in outer nature. He
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    • of his creative activity; the foundation for the following periods of
    • In our speech we create the foundation for later planetary conditions.
    • What we speak today will actually be present there as foundation, just
    • as the rocks and stones form the foundation of the earth. In one
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    • awareness of these lofty conditions. The profoundly wise Subba Row
    • related to them and has not found the way to attach himself to what is
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    • for me; out of this foundation arose self-awareness, the ego. And just
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    • only it has already found its state of balance with the higher astral
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    • the morning there are to be found in the etheric body, firstly
    • there, but the means for its satisfaction are not to be found.
    • found in it which are in contradiction with the later life of this
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    • kinds of vegetation that on the Earth have not found a connection with
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    • in which Paracelsus found his remedies and achieved his cures. He knew
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    • be the foundation of real processes.
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    • profound intuition can be understood in the following way. We know of
    • and Cain the Sun race. This allegory is very profound. Occult teaching
    • When man begins to nourish himself, the foundation will also be laid
    • original Semites laid the foundation for the present Root-Race.
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    • people settled who were not yet advanced enough to be chosen to found
    • and further towards Asia. A common teaching formed its foundation, but
    • The earliest initiates, who founded the ancient Indian teaching, were
    • With the different peoples this found expression in various ways. In
    • found much that was related to the Southern culture. Irmin
    • These Initiation Schools sent out from their midst the founder of the
    • human, in order to found the cult of the personality. This brought
    • is founded on intelligence and possessiveness. In the stories of the
    • Atlantean civilisation, of a magnitude which they found in no other
    • provide the means, the human material for what is here being founded
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    • the evening? Oedipus was the fortunate one who found the
    • Trappists. Order founded in 1140 in the Cistercian
    • Manichaeans. Founded by Mani (215 or 216 – 276
    • Steiner is also to be found in the lecture Evolution,
    • Theosophical Society founded by H.P. Blavatsky in 1875
    • are to be found later in lectures
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    • found much in the Germanic peoples that was related ...
    • His descriptions are to be found in Germany and its
    • Africa where he founded the East African German colonies
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    • spiritual science may claim to lay the foundation for humankind's most
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    • animals, are talking without foundation. Pain in the animal is far,
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    • more to where the inner being of man may be found poured into the
    • something far more profound lies at the basis of speech, of the way
    • possesses three senses not found in the animal. The word sense has to
    • in a certain way a foundation is laid for the whole understanding of
    • part in the history of the spirit. We see that we may not confound
    • will always be found, but never a Galileo who understood the same
    • found in the soul pushes its way between spirit and bodily
    • be found in the lecture “The Nature of Sleep” [Not
    • foundation for what we are able to cultivate as actual contemplation
    • founded on deep truth. This is really so, and in what is thus
    • being. And of special importance is something found in this sphere,
    • maintain the difference between man and animal founded their claims
    • the animal there is an intermediate bone not found in man. They said:
    • bone is not found in man! For Goethe this was inadmissible. His
    • may be found information about all the individual human organs.) Thus
    • when at last he found the intermaxillary bone in man. At this point
    • he writes to Herder: “... I have found — neither
    • man and animal cannot be found in any particular detail. It has to be
    • found entirely in the way the spirit makes use of things. For through
    • works two poems may be found together. Each contains three remarkable
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    • I had experienced in connection with it entered profoundly into my
    • religion that is founded on faith alone, that does not spring from the
    • been conceived out of a profound understanding of cosmic processes. We
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    • the solid constituents of his organism, the ancient initiates found
    • the cosmos. To discover whether some metallic element found in a plant
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    • Only with these data of knowledge as a foundation is it possible to
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    • something that can be found within a planetary being only when this
    • slaty matter can naturally be found also in the plants. The mineral
    • substance to be found in animal matter has its origin in very diverse
    • indeterminate, formless will-force in the animal is to be found within
    • lime-formation are also to be found in every detail of organic life.
    • foundation we need for the shaping of our thoughts. Outside in space
    • find flint and silicious substances, especially those to be found in
    • physical plant-world has its foundation in carbon — we should be
    • known about carbon? That it is to be found in nature as coal, as
    • instinct, turns to what was once found through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • meant when it was said that lead is to be found everywhere in nature.
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    • That this karma has a yet deeper foundation, we can see from the fact
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    • the spirit, where can it be found?” but rather and above all,
    • essential foundation has had to be laid for an understanding of the
    • profoundly, and gave the various impulses out of that world into the
    • the beings. It is a matter of personal preference whether the founder
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    • physical body to the entirely different sheath found between death and
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    • describing. But there is certainly nothing to be found in European
    • work; it is thought that perhaps he cannot have found the right
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    • first to ask, “Where can Ahriman be found? Where can Ahriman help
    • faculty found a one-sided expression in me; it is possible I even made
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    • respects and are to be regarded essentially as its foundation.
    • A good deal about these matters will be found in my book,
    • the founder of his religion when he considers the connection of his
    • Where have the great founders of religion lived, those who were the
    • that a ray of spiritual light has found its way into your souls,
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    • Time. There is no religion there founded on knowledge. There we have
    • Father — Monotheism. Christ cannot be found by any philosophy
    • only rightly found when we confront Him in the right way at death,
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    • intended to provide a foundation. They will lead us into esoteric,
    • world in a manner worthy of humanity. The primary foundation of our
    • sense this is also the foundation of all our happiness and sorrow;
    • a wave of this stream of time, one found oneself. One has
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    • found the Spiritual Being, the Causal Being, who really lives in the
    • of the most profound moment occurs. The thing of profound importance
    • for He has pervaded human evolution since the founding of
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    • only rightly found when we confront Him in the right way at death,
    • is to be found in external nature’ — in the case of such
    • his philosophy. Others too were sufficiently profound to have with
    • philosophers go; they observe Nature and are profound enough not to
    • The difference is, that the Father-God can be found through
    • philosophy, but Christ cannot be found by any philosophy, by any
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    • to see into human experience, how profoundly it teaches us to
    • founded routine of existence and fruiting, should be so used, that it
    • own well justified place in existence. This is founded in the spirit.
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    • lives to-day in the consciousness of the workers, as the foundation
    • will be found that right relationship between man and man which is
    • relation to the realm of law and human rights can be found to-day
    • foundations which can be built in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch.
    • clairvoyance survived, then the Spiritual found utterance in the
    • of social life a new understanding of man must be found, and must
    • profoundly social in this necessity: the necessity which ordains that
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    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • was a well-founded belief, for Jehovah, the God of this people, had
    • Golgotha. It is of this Christ-Way, how it may be found and how it
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    • foundation. It is here, in this great illusion, that we have to
    • foundation for our judgment if we are to lay hold of the true reality
    • in them. What sort of foundation is this — with respect
    • preceding lectures I spoke about this foundation; to-day I will add
    • foundation of world-knowledge. But for anyone who does this it will
    • observe how different is the way of thinking which is founded on a
    • about its foundations, you will come to the following.
    • together rightly at the task of founding social life on the direct
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    • the mental picture; you could not but have found it valid. Yet if in
    • previous example. What I found previously (as to the movement pure
    • profoundly clear to Goethe. In him, it was a Nature-given instinct,
    • his Theory of Colour is also founded, of which we shall be speaking
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    • you who found things difficult to understand). Your difficulty lies
    • in such a way as to create a good foundation. Once we have done this,
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    • had discovered something of very great significance. He had found
    • science, and on the other hand provided the foundations for the
    • foundation of all the so-called “forces of Nature”. It
    • interesting discovery:— he found that the electrical
    • as such. He found for instance that if you generate an electric
    • they found none. So they consoled themselves with the idea that it
    • they had the strangest experiences. Presently they found that
    • given as a foundation for the other.
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    • on Spiritual Science, you will realise how well-founded they are. You
    • investigation and are based upon the deepest imaginable foundations.
    • on the Earth. Then it is found that all the earlier incarnations
    • terrific force. It may often be found that such people, when following
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    • found in the physical world, but in the Elementary World we find as
    • shall do well to remind ourselves of a beautiful, profoundly wise
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    • same place: It is no good; I lost all my energy there and found it a
    • second time: Now I have found myself again and am something different.
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    • may be found at two stages in the process of human evolution. Firstly,
    • it may be found at that stage of development where the thinking of the
    • investigator thus enters has one more dimension than is ever found in
    • foundation, so had the work of the World of Reason formerly to be
    • as we look back to a past when the foundation corresponding to an
    • Our brain is formed out of the World of Reason. We have found that an
    • foundation which existed in man before the organ of thinking
    • respect before the brain could develop on that foundation. But an
    • So we see that a connecting thread can be found between the
    • constituted only the foundation of the intellectual world,
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    • The following may indicate the deep foundation of this relationship.
    • needs these bodies as the foundation for his inner life; it follows
    • incarnation of the Earth in which man is found to be prefigured in his
    • foundation of the physical and etheric bodies was present in an
    • foundation of the physical body if it is to exist in the material
    • be found today? In that which gives man the possibility of calling
    • that everything physical has a spiritual foundation it will also be
    • knowledge becomes prayer. Instructions in these profound matters
    • lay the foundations of brotherhood whenever similar ideals are kindled
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    • into the widest circles of people. It is to be found in those
    • and the like. If we want to found a physical science, a science
    • be able to found a science of the physical body. We have to go
    • experience, than it is to found a physical science only on the
    • sought and found in the physical world in our digestion. We
    • to be found which are not only connected to us in our soul and
    • objective way the science of spirit can be a foundation
    • able to give to the soul gives religious life its foundation
    • being of man out of its foundations in order to acquire an
    • spirit will be found.
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    • from this kind of foundation to a real science of spirit.
    • least in human experience has found recognition recently among
    • is to be found within our ordinary consciousness. But because,
    • spirit and an outlook founded on the unconscious like,
    • founded on the fact that — I
    • consciousness can be found, is really of no more value than the
    • their processes, the purely physical foundation of existence.
    • a good foundation for spiritual experience. For spiritual
    • People believe that law is to be found in the world of
    • is to be found to be real in the physical sense world, but also
    • foundation out of which everyone speaks and thinks and acts.
    • it, but this only helps it on. Such things can be found
    • human body, nothing can be found out about the super-sensible
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    • starts, first of all, from the foundation of knowledge and then
    • seeks in the foundations of social life those sources of man's
    • impulses for the renewal of social life are found out of the
    • already known by a new route, but then on the way found
    • by which such forces which are to be found in every human soul
    • profound knowledge about such old ways of looking at life, many
    • nature in himself, and what he felt in himself he found spread
    • I wanted to provide a foundation for a new social feeling
    • Christianity in a large way and say: its foundation is such
    • civilization was only to be found in the form of thoughts in
    • Since 1913 when the foundation stone was laid, we have been
    • education. The Waldorf School has been founded in
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    • seer found a man who had passed through the gate of death, leaving behind
    • deepest foundations of his soul and plays no part in what he can
    • path to true knowledge of the human self is to be found in the kind
    • understand the facts that lie at the foundation of man's occult
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    • could always be found by those who were clairvoyant, as such, He has
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    • as was found in a most objectionable form in the official church at
    • It is perhaps most profoundly touching if, through repeated study,
    • on these paths I found much. I searched for my “I,” but
    • before ever I found it, I fell into “nothingness” in this
    • words that profoundly touch the heart and soul. They can be
    • soul, he found within the soul a weaving, living spiritual element.
    • looked through the soul into the spirit, and in the spirit they found
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    • way to the divine spiritual foundations. Meister Eckhart arrived at a
    • own time, the most profound thinkers had been reduced to the
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • Cusanus found the naught and had to seek the I out of nothingness.
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    • blood as a mystical experience, anybody would have founded a
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    • out is then found to fit the phenomena of nature. But why this is so
    • looking at a body found in it the image of spirit. One then looked
    • recognized as the image of the artist's ideas, so one found in
    • possible also to sever mathematics from the earth and to found an
    • for himself. It was something given to him, and which he found
    • kind of successor to Copernicus, Newton becomes the real founder of
    • these four concepts are found in life, they are clear; but they are
    • always obscure when found in the heads of thinkers.
    • happened here explains why a man like Goethe found it impossible
    • spiritual knowledge until we once again have found the spirit in
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    • be found for them. Man no longer knew how he experienced them jointly
    • gained from the living organism. No feature, no characteristic, found
    • never found. These are the unicellular organisms. They only divide
    • one is not dealing with atoms. But if they are found in a living
    • are found, there is death, there is something inorganic. This is how
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    • longer be found, so that they became free-floating in a certain
    • qualities cannot be found in this inner nature. Therefore it has no
    • is to be found outside the physical and etheric bodies from the
    • looked for the distinguishing features. But nothing could be found in
    • found no successors in the scientific world. On the contrary, as a
    • This found followers, while Goethe's conception did not. Some
    • man and animal cannot be found in these external details.
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    • of the deeper foundations of life and history.
    • can behold the foundations of what takes place in the external
    • profound insights, deep conceptions, concerning man and his relation
    • hidden under their pedantic style, profound ideas concerning the way
    • perceptible, and so on. If we take the stream of tradition founded on
    • In all studies, such as those I have just outlines, it is found
    • comprehend because of his clumsiness. But Jacob Boehme shows profound
    • foundations of things. Physics and chemistry have been eliminated
    • Therefore, they found themselves able to speak about digestion only
    • force,” With it he founded the dynamic school. Stahl was gifted
    • ideas of science, found it impossible to connect man to the spirit
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    • found through spiritual-scientific research. Briefly stated,
    • will not be what we found earlier in our physics and chemistry, it
    • is to be found by studying the “lower man.” There you
    • in the origin of chemical processes. Hence, they are found only, if,
    • why we have founded research institutes
    • be found in scientific literature that researchers have accidentally
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    • eurythmy, and other fields. In 1924 he founded the General
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    • satisfactory foundation for a scientific world view, namely the
    • world view. This will show further how a foundation may be secured for
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
    • as found on the sun. These things have a very practical value at the
    • intensity. In the spot where the sun is will be found a hole in
    • foundation. A great deal of pride is taken in this so-called
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    • expansion, it would be found other than it is here. We would find that
    • expansion values found in the case of solids are transformed into a
    • Academia del Cimento in Florence. This was founded in 1667 and many
    • Renaissance, found Europe little inclined to trouble itself with
    • experimentation. When the way has been found not only to experiment
    • correctly translate old writings. But a profound meaning lies in this.
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    • investigated would have an effect on a spiritually founded world view
    • possibility of a spiritual foundation for the world. And “exact
    • Further, it has been found that not only heat but electrical and
    • found the place cold like a cellar, I would have hurried out and would
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    • foundations of our view. Let us continue by tying in the things we
    • out how these crystals originate. What forces lie at the foundation of
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    • thing has found its way to a most unfortunate extent into our physical
    • what lies at the foundation of the “Free Waldorf School.”
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    • Hartmann are really postulated as their foundation. A perpetuum mobile
    • reality in its very foundation postulate. If the facts are adhered to,
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    • ways. In one form, the bodies through which it spreads are profoundly
    • The question now arises, what is to be found at the point of juncture?
    • man. And now we must ask ourselves, are these forces to be found in
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    • forces in the earth realm. We found them when we turned our attention
    • in the material realm is empirically found to be the genesis of
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    • found in Fourrier (other investigators might also be cited.) Let us
    • foundation for illuminating the basic facts of physical phenomena.
    • is indeed to be found along with the quantitative.
    • never be found for making one energy positive and another negative on
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    • relationships are found when we extend a train of thought. You can do
    • activity. And at the foundation of all was life, active in
    • fluid and the solid are now found on the one hand, and on the other
    • heat we have found that which is the equilibrium condition between the
    • certain other phenomena and essentially and profoundly modified by
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    • race. Thus we will lay foundations for progress.
    • these things. We must found schools. What is happening in the world
    • earth through the school system. If we would found schools for the
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    • lectures in the Goetheanum, which was founded to promote Spiritual
    • other sciences, whose justification is found in observation through
    • the origins of physical man. It is necessary once more to found a
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    • foundations in cosmic worlds, as growing out of the spiritual Cosmos.
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    • Christ, man can find, since Golgotha, what he formerly found through a
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    • head-organization is found that which is capable of reflecting the
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    • thinking part of the soul is founded on a destructive activity of the
    • in its earthly form cannot be a foundation for it, then the experience
    • called a foundation of a true educational science.
    • ego; and the cure can be found only by means of such knowledge. For in
    • the realms of the outer world are to be found mineral and herbal
    • can be found in certain functions of the organism itself, which in a
    • psychic-spiritual being to make it the foundation of his destined
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    • was cultivated in true Rosicrucianism is to be found in literature. The
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    • from their very foundations will it be possible later on to consider
    • foundation of universal brotherliness. It is impossible to penetrate into
    • movement had also to be founded on this basis.
    • This law lays the foundations of an inner, universal brotherliness,
    • nature of the animal is to be found, the astral world. Thirdly, the
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    • are to be found in the mineral world outside, interwoven with consummate
    • of the astral body. In every human being, therefore, it will be found that
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    • but upon the investigation of spiritual facts. The foundation of all
    • an idea of the Spiritland by means of analogy. A solid land can be found
    • Just think of how everything introduced into life by the great founders
    • What had flowed from the founders of religion into the individual
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    • The foundations of all physical happenings are therefore to be sought
    • and child is an example. To begin with, this relationship is founded upon
    • are to be found in nature everywhere. The occultist knows that the imagery
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    • Old Saturn you would have found no earth, water or air; warmth or fire
    • there came into existence once and forever the foundation for the existence
    • created the foundation, the Spirits of Wisdom could not have begun their
    • were to be found on Old Sun? Certain Spirits of Personality had not
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    • of semi-solid, semi-fluid foundation. On the earth today we walk about
    • Nothing would have been found resembling our rocks of today; instead,
    • beings involved take their substances with them. Spirit is the foundation
    • because they would not have found the right soil for their activity;
    • was to be found, because bodies were no longer fit to receive the being
    • Only the strongest souls found it possible to cope with the stubborn
    • always to be found. When the ego of humanity was to be instilled, the
    • Mars, Venus or Saturn. These souls now found bodies that were appropriate
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    • the end of the Lemurian epoch you would not have found even the densest
    • metallic masses, that the first foundation of the mineral kingdom was
    • to be found today in certain lunatics who on account of the liberation
    • we recognize once again the reflection of a profound, occult trend.
    • Atlantis cannot be found by modern researchers. Hopes cherished by learned
    • are to he found. Remnants of animals from ancient periods can still
    • be found because the animals had already hardened while man's constitution
    • were destined to found the culture belonging to the earth; they were
    • to be the founders of present humanity. They already had within them the
    • the Sun Oracle led the small group of human beings and founded a kind
    • to make them capable of founding post-Atlantean culture. During the
    • in space what he has actually found there. The essential secret of the
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    • spiritual can also be found by man in the physical world. He revealed
    • This profound utterance in St. John's Gospel is not to be understood
    • were saved only by being given a physical foundation. The blood is the
    • understanding of wisdom was to be found. When he felt his end approaching
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    • Aristotle, the founder of logic, was the first to apply the technique
    • finding its ultimate expression in Kant. There is to be found in Kant
    • also have within us the foundations for organs of the future, organs
    • striated muscle, which is to be found in all voluntary organs in man.
    • is to be found in the astral world. For the group soul of lions, for
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    • attain his goal, has always in its really most profound essence been
    • may come in particular to those who believe profoundly in the
    • is to be found! Yet it is in all the editions and forms, as I have
    • fruits of the Earth. This is a profound wisdom; gold signifies the
    • chasm, where reigns the profoundest darkness, and there it is buried.
    • Serpent had found it. The wisdom that brings men forward is still a
    • man had made himself worthy to receive it, it will be found in its
    • found the three great priests of Initiation; these priests were
    • forces that live in a highly developed soul are also to be found in
    • It is precisely this which must be taken as the profoundest solution
    • Initiation. That too, is a profound feature of the enigmatical Fairy
    • profound thought — when man has laid aside everything belonging
    • It is of profound significance if we are able to understand the words
    • second part was found in his writing table, closed and sealed. He put
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    • presentation the profoundest secrets are concealed. We can only
    • impressive way he found words to point out that which to him seemed
    • shore on which is to be found the garden of the beautiful Lily, which
    • represented, which is to be found in the clefts of the earth.
    • beings are to be found therein. And now comes the Old Man with the
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    • Founder of the Anthroposophic Press
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    • Christmas trees, which are to be found in almost every home today,
    • ago you would not have found the streets bedecked with trees, nor
    • belong, was founded. An entirely new mode of thought and feeling arose
    • that, in the time of the Mithraic cult, found its symbolical
    • found the importance of the disciples' message, “We have laid our hand
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    • found as sure a path in his spirit as the sun outside in the universe,
    • was called a Sun Hero, and they were to be found among all peoples.
    • founders of religions. But they do not know that in the initiation
    • have been searched out and found. Here you have the reason why they
    • could be found in these myths. They had been put into them in the
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    • profounder depths, and the nature of it shall be the leitmotif of our
    • spiritual world. These Ravens are to be found everywhere. They are
    • transmit messages. They are to be found in the Germanic sagas and
    • found in the Sun Hero. Through the strength of the higher man born in
    • Seth, now in Paradise, found the Tree of Life and the Tree of
    • initiated and shall have found knowledge. Only the Tree of Life will
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    • second category which we then described are to be found in water that
    • that in the astral body of the earth is to be found everything
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    • Now these beings of the Third Hierarchy described to-day are found in
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    • feel profoundly the difference between the leaf of a plant which
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    • as can only be found in analogy, in considering people with a rich
    • one another with regard to their common action. Just as men found a
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    • the truth which at the present time can be found in occult
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    • to be found upon the moon. Nor is there anything to be found upon it,
    • Neither of these is to be found by occult vision upon our moon. It
    • But in the comets there is nothing at all to be found, either of the
    • foundation in the subsequent lectures. To be sure, we must specially
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    • made still clearer if we state the following: We found the category of
    • found intellectual and very brilliant interpretations supposed to
    • four-membered human being to be found, according to anthroposophical
    • the animals; for this is not to be found in the same region as the ego
    • of the human being. The animal ego is only to be found apart from the
    • verbal designations, we must then proceed in other ways. I have found
    • “Logos”; but I have not found any clear concept called forth
    • of what the “Logos” really is. As a rule I found that the
    • the plants are to be found on the so-called astral plane.
    • with a living being, but that living being is only to be found on the
    • found on the astral plane. Now if we halt occultly, as it were, in
    • us a foundation for seeking the relations of these various kingdoms of
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    • found its physical body on the physical plane, its etheric body on the
    • in man we call the ego, the I, can only be found for the animal on the
    • found in the astral world. Objection may easily be raised to the fact
    • There is no question of that. In this sphere lies the foundation of
    • the expression, “The animal group-ego is to be found on the
    • be found on the earth, occult vision can only discover for the animal
    • arise. More details are to be found in my Christiania lectures as to
    • knows, are to be found in The Secret Doctrine of H. P.
    • significant intimations are to be found in The Secret Doctrine
    • the astral body is to be found on the astral plane, where also are the
    • humanity from their occult foundations. They were conscious of having
    • things cannot be shaken from their foundations through human
    • popular lectures is rooted in occult foundations. How deeply grounded
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    • animated, the life of the mineral, is not to be found in the physical
    • colony was founded on the moon, from which there now streamed etheric
    • founded a colony on the moon, were obliged to exclude the Lucifer
    • to profound occult mysteries. What is thus shown externally in Maya,
    • super-sensible world — in a world not found in the regions where the
    • group-egos of the animals or plants are to be found. Therefore we
    • the mineral, is distributed over the worlds. We have found group-souls
    • the minerals are to be found in the sphere of the Thrones, those of
    • with the moon. The Spirits of Wisdom founded a colony upon the moon in
    • Records, and what we have found physically in the moon is, in its
    • works down into our kingdoms of nature, and is the foundation of all
    • of the various religious Founders and Inspirers of humanity, then will
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    • approach the subject more closely. It will be found that many things
    • that man has within himself is to be found in all the rest of nature.
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    • approach the subject more closely. It will be found that many things
    • that man has within himself is to be found in all the rest of nature.
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    • now nothing would be achieved by it. It was dictated then by profound
    • Abraham, for whom the spirit of God was only to be found in the world
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    • deeply into spiritual foundations has the task of throwing light on
    • science, it would be found that they were written much later than the
    • found in spiritual fields independently of them. Now we recognize
    • being with the knowledge which we have found through spiritual
    • Ego-consciousness away from the foundation of the organization. The
    • comprehensive sense all this contains the forces which are found in
    • other great founders of religions. Into the life of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Nowhere in the outer world is the spiritual to be found in its
    • can be found for the future.
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    • origin, were originally founded upon initiation, by initiates. They
    • or that founder. We find first the Krishna religion, leading back to
    • anthroposophists can understand: He learns to know that the founder of
    • In Christianity the founder of the religion is Jesus of Nazareth. The
    • founder, Jesus of Nazareth, only as with a fact, as with a fact which
    • founder of a religion, the life of Jesus of Nazareth is examined by
    • that it clearly does not proceed from the founder of a religion as
    • present on the earth; death, in all its forms, is not found there. In
    • the founder of an abstract religious system. In our present time the
    • founder of a religion, in accordance with the demands of our time,
    • foundation. Exoterically, no one knows who is a leader in the
    • pointed to the founders of religions who should come later; in the
    • feelings of the Buddhist by saying it is not true that the founder of
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    • could not be found again. This cannot be found unless we begin to seek
    • relation can be found only spiritually. What occurred on Golgotha is
    • being, who can be found in the spirit. We need not consider as
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    • of the rich tones of inner beauty which are to be found in the German
    • are seeking today shall be found out of the common center of true
    • seeking but found only chaos. These things cannot be portrayed by
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    • knowledge, and they find, well, those who are usually to be found in
    • found nothing yet that leads out of the Nothingness. At one time the
    • understood about the essence of the founding of the Waldorf School,
    • spoken today about the Waldorf School can be found by them in books.
    • longer. Out of the darkness in the human soul, a light must be found
    • profounder natures in the modern youth movement. By no means
    • thought-pictures were to be found in tradition and in what the father
    • genuinely human might be found in them, has surrounded itself with a
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    • the most concrete way about the Spirit in order to lay a foundation
    • time when Benedict founded his Order. Had it been written then it
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    • he found in the middle of the nineteenth century, namely,
    • Schopenhauer's philosophical pessimism. This made a profound
    • had found, for example, a David Friedrich Strauss — revered by
    • found himself facing the “Nothingness” at the end of the
    • felt in the life of soul. Nietzsche found his way out of this second
    • art as found in Wagner, from the philosophy of Schopenhauer, and so
    • freedom unless this had happened. But Nietzsche who found these
    • feeling among the young of the twentieth century found themselves.
    • acquire the most profound feeling for honesty and truth. If we build
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    • dead thinking, science can be founded, but with it the young can
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    • will say something rather paradoxical. Suppose somebody found what he
    • a pedantic way to what might be found in a book but to the human
    • outside opinions they say: “Yes, but if you try to found
    • profound is the tragedy of the young who had to follow the old? —
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    • to be found in a chapter of modern biology — or of some other
    • must be found that for which the young are thirsting. Our whole
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    • ourselves. This feeling, however, was dulled down by what they found
    • something warmer, more saturated with substance should be found. This
    • profounder natures were living in the midst of the superficial ones
    • these profounder natures, which is possible through Spiritual
    • longer listened to; they no longer found the opportunity to become
    • in the second half of the nineteenth century. They were to be found
    • everywhere, at the inner periphery, life to be found and not death.
    • there shall also be found among the young, single ideals striving
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    • bridge between one man and another, cannot be found. We are suffering
    • the belief of the young was to be founded. A man did not think, just
    • answer to this question is found by learning to perceive — for
    • with their mind souls. Today a different solution must be found.
    • young that no such answer was to be found in the schools, so they
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    • Mystery of Golgotha and what is to be found can never be estimated
    • development proceeded from wide human foundations for which, when
    • fact of Schiller's urging Goethe to continue Faust only found
    • developing out of another, that you have found your way into
    • and see if in evoking gestures we may not have the foundations of a
    • But what is found in a botanical textbook cannot mean anything to a
    • spiritual life. In the foundations of the spirit life of the world it
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    • that we have found someone like ourselves. But in this way we do not
    • education founded upon a true knowledge of the human being, that art
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    • where soul and spirit are not found separated from the body but where
    • State will have found its best constitution when it makes itself
    • myths and legends are founded on truth, then we may be sure that
    • and philistines were to be found in the teaching profession it would
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    • the dragon must be conquered. He does not suffer men to found
    • see how profoundly this problem must be grasped. But what has
    • memory — who found no answer to their search for man, because
    • nature, in their development. Many things could be found in such
    • your hearts. If hearts have found some connection with what is meant
    • chief thing will be that in our hearts we have found each other; then
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    • Now we may characterize these two kinds of beings from a more profound
    • and the truth of the triad has been withheld. The most profound
    • We must consider such profound aspects if we wish to understand
    • in the footsteps of this dogma which has found its way into modern
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    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
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    • confess: through historical documents there cannot be found any proof
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    • human beings who were found to be objectively suited for direct
    • As you know, outer history relates how Socrates founded dialectics,
    • feeling is well founded. It is absolutely possible that one
    • observation of nature and the truths that are found in the sciences,
    • The reason is to be found in the fact that mathematical truths
    • general Father god who lies at the foundation of the world. There is
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    • and political foundations of monarchy, Dante tries to show that the
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    • the foundation for our subsequent spiritual-scientific considerations.
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    • the foundations which we laid here the last time to such spiritual
    • firm foundation: We live here in this physical world; but we
    • expectation of help from ghosts is what most decidedly confounds human
    • said today may be found in outer events; the spiritual researcher
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • spiritual foundations of existence, for the inner
    • extraordinarily profound explanation that one is
    • very “profound,” this is the most absurd solution
    • in fact such an experience was found in the childhood of the
    • Freud continued his search, and actually found an
    • who found it to be a factor in a certain number of cases of
    • Adler — I will only generalize — found that there
    • as many cases may be found to support the power-impulse theory
    • as Freud found for his sexual theory.
    • disposal from this particular standpoint, and found everywhere
    • psychological symptoms are found, a search must be made in
    • can make.” The man in question grasped this, but found
    • pedagogy. This again is founded upon the justifiable longing to
    • Jung considers this a fact: that Nietzsche found a demon, and
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • become the foundation of a teaching system. This forces
    • foundation is reached only by realizing that consciousness does
    • accident, she would have found some other excuse. She needed
    • to the house at once, or she would have found some other
    • altogether different instincts would be found ruling those
    • found that their subconscious actions seldom lead back to the
    • In it I deal with the strictures upon Anthroposophy, found in a
    • founded upon passages taken from my books. In a very neat
    • he chooses a very small number, and founds upon them, with
    • about animals, for example, they usually have for a foundation
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • “a blind chicken has found a kernel of corn”
    • attention upon the realm where Christ may be found, in
    • sunlight, found that the sun did not shine upon him, could not
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • vision which, as a picture, may be false though founded upon
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • these formative forces are found to be undergoing a
    • skull would be found forecast within the lungs during the
    • in fact the foundation for a rational therapy.
    • hierarchies are found through a more profound contemplation of
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    • found its most significant expression in Gautama Buddha. That also
    • found an unsuitable body (which could happen through his being unable
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    • the foundations for an ever-increasing valuation of this unique event.
    • object for writing. I have had to experience that even in the founding
    • found from the astral body to the use of the Ego. With reference to
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • suffering must be overcome, A means must be found to be able to
    • to Comte. And so he even tries to found a Church on the basis
    • features. He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • started studying Jacob Boehme, and found in him that Spiritual
    • the type found in historical evolution, although he
    • aphoristically, without giving the foundations for it in
    • detail, the reason why this, which is not to be found in
    • Auguste Comte, is to be found in others. I have told you that
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    • Therefore man of old was convinced that when he founded a
    • knew that those social structures were founded under the
    • world-view which found its special advocate in Auguste Comte,
    • found between idealism and realism. That is what I want to
    • the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere of the
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    • Theosophical Society founded by H. P. Blavatsky; who were accustomed
    • to which the present-day reader is accustomed, will be found in the
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • and what she writes will enable you to see what a profound meaning is
    • You will see how profoundly the Prometheus saga symbolises these
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    • process in its occult significance through the profound symbol of the
    • expression of the founding of the Greek Mystery-schools.
    • lost and was now only to be found in the caves and crypts of the
    • Orpheus, Hercules and others became the founders of this Greek
    • initiation which had been founded by Jason together with Orpheus,
    • This found its expression in the Vedas, and in what the Persian
    • wanted to express in his profound saga.
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    • Roman peoples, whose first representatives are mainly to be found in
    • practised. I have already said that one of its founders, one can say
    • its chief founder, was named Sieg. And in these northern parts
    • Foundation of Christianity. Sieg renounced his body and placed it at
    • foundation of Christianity. Sieg had to lead this northern culture to
    • found in the word ‘Friedhof,’ (graveyard). The very same Chela
    • prophetic augury which found expression everywhere in the later
    • something that is not to be found in the entire range of southern
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    • This invulnerability, which we find in Siegfried, is also to be found
    • Hence caste is only to be found in the authentic priestly cultures, in
    • men who were opposed to one another were to be found, but that was not
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    • realities. This is the case not only with what can be found in the
    • based on occultism. Whenever a prophet or a founder of a religion
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    • the meaning of this development. On Saturn the germinal foundation
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    • profundity of thought even though it is found wanting in many ways
    • only because they do not understand what is to be found in these
    • in the world of tone it is found in the scale. Everywhere, in all
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    • meaning. In man there is to be found a kind of extract of all the
    • Apocalypse of St. John will remember that there is to be found in it
    • found in the single animal. The man has an individual soul, the
    • descended into the physical world, but are to be found only in the
    • found here as a circular inscription on the seal's outer edge, which
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    • continuation in the invisible world of the four grades found within
    • to humanity in the first epoch after Atlantis. For all that is found
    • found in certain very limited circles of people who watched over what
    • that not book-wisdom, but living wisdom, could be found. For certain
    • are there, they are to be found in the Gospels and in other Christian
    • Mystery Schools of the West. Much that is to be found in the stanzas
    • the Rosy Cross; in them is to be found absolutely all that the great
    • whatever of that which is to be found in the Eastern wisdom is
    • found in Buddhism, therefore religions are not making progress, there
    • found it right to place a material sun as the middle point of an
    • after we have found the key to it, we shall pass on to further
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    • physical, material process. At the foundation of this physically
    • fire, so that at the foundation of all things we have nothing but
    • forms conceptions regarding the spiritual foundations of the world,
    • Now we have explained one part of that profound sentence from the
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    • have found?
    • found down below as an heirloom from ancient Saturn what they
    • The ancient Spirits of Personality had found on Saturn, pure warmth.
    • The Archangels, who were first able to become human on the Sun, found
    • breathing. You would have found there certain conditions, when there
    • Sun, on which the Archangels found it possible to pass through their
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    • foundations of his humanity; and so it continued all through the Sun
    • of that Sun-mist was built the first foundation or germ of what we
    • call to-day the animal kingdom. Just as the earliest foundations of
    • animal kingdom in its first physical foundation grew out of the Sun
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    • gas or smoke. Thus two substances are to be found there: primeval
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    • the foundation of external happenings. But the old Ptolemaic system
    • use the physical system as a foundation, one gets around the earth up
    • observe, then it is found in the Copernican system. If one asks about
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    • spiritual principles, which are to be found only in the spiritual
    • messengers.’ Sayings such as these found in ancient religious
    • the foundation of the first Post-Atlantean civilisation, were the
    • The great founders of religions were men possessed by Angels. Angels
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    • certain Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim are to be found. They are not
    • wisdom taught the following: On ancient Saturn the first foundation
    • of the human physical body was formed. That first foundation was
    • foundations of the human heart? They pointed upwards, and named the
    • Thus also have all the other foundations or germs of the human organs
    • foundation of the physical body; the Spirits of Wisdom gave him now
    • Moon. You know that the first foundation for the Ego was prepared in
    • that the origin of this designation is to be found, and it is only in
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    • found by this means the impulse for movement within itself.
    • first foundations during the very earliest Saturn formation. That
    • the Crab; the foundation of the symmetrical shape of man, that is the
    • of Aries; the foundation of our organ of speech, when Saturn stood
    • is found in all the World Myths, and all the national legends or
    • comprises all that man has within him. Profound truth lies in the
    • teaching which was the foundation of the Old Testament — to
    • centre is to be found in the great circumference. Hence, all teachers
    • given to a certain stage of development. We have found that the
    • the beginning of the sacrifice which is found at its highest point in
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    • evolution. They formed, so to speak, the foundation on which the new
    • is to be found in some one place may often have a complicated
    • have found their places of habitation outside our world. We shall
    • with all founders of religions. They were ensouled by a Being who was
    • later for the propagation of Christianity. Look at the founders of
    • the Christ and the other great founders of religions. This difference
    • found in other religions, but this is not the question; the fact is
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    • must set in, essentially a spiritual union, not founded, like racial
    • kinship, on ties of blood, but founded on a common spiritual
    • the foundation of knowledge for intelligent co-operation with other
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    • foundation, is the symbol of the Cross — as elucidated by a
    • necessary it was. This necessity is indicated in a profound way in
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    • world experienced by means of the sense organs they are to be found
    • decay is found there.
    • spiritual worlds, because only there is to be found a certain —
    • expression of some being is found, as for example, fire or air, the
    • that is to be found in a super-sensible world behind our feelings and
    • at which the external spirits are to be found. But behind the inner
    • Earth evolution the substances and beings now to be found in the
    • his answer will be that it is to be found in the physical or
    • it will be found that all this is due to the moon, to those beings
    • of the sun spirits, which are to be found behind external Maya. Maya
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    • existence are to be found behind the phenomena of the sense world, or whether
    • true that a spiritual being or spiritual fact is to be found behind
    • evolved through the Sun and Moon periods, is to be found in the Earth
    • periods by examining what is not to be found in this transformed
    • pristine teaching concerning the spiritual foundations of our earth
    • course of lectures is to compare what can be found irrespective of
    • which time neither plant nor animal nor human forms were to be found.
    • found under the same form in Pherecydes of Syros, in the old Egyptian
    • wisdom rediscovered today is to be found, in different form, wherever
    • discoveries of modern super-sensible investigation are to be found
    • still to be found today in him who in ancient India was named
    • the same influence as was to be found in ancient India, only enriched
    • found in the soul world at a time when the Christ was not yet
    • wisdom-beings to be found today by occult research which we encounter
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    • were to be found in old Atlantis species of men very different from
    • as India. In this movement were to be found peoples of various kinds,
    • worlds where the upper gods were to be found — gods who are
    • gods. Odin, Thor, etc., are the names of divine beings to be found
    • Consider the Egyptian Osiris. Osiris is the divinity found by man on
    • found behind the veil of the soul life is exactly the same, in
    • sank into his inner nature he found his Brahman; and he knew what he
    • found behind the veil of his soul life to be identical with that
    • soul, the inner life. The conception of conscience is not to be found
    • spiritual essence formerly to be found only behind the veil of the
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    • the Godhead found in it not merely an image of itself, but was able
    • them all human perfection's are to be found, not only those now
    • designated as ‘Tat’ is also to be found by a man looking
    • something else is to be found; that at the same time there were
    • its deepest foundations. And in very fact we find a region of post
    • found in ancient Greece. There we have on the one hand the path which
    • its spiritual foundations, mysteries concerning which we already know
    • to be found along the path through the inner nature were reserved for
    • far as the physical plane; a being to be found by sinking from the
    • although without definite knowledge of its spiritual foundations. And
    • Friedrich Nietzsche, a member of this group, founded his first
    • gods and spirits can be found only by the consciousness of the seer
    • and beyond the physical world, the Christ is to be found within the
    • found in the external universe: the Christ is He who was born within
    • inner god was sought; the Christ is a God Who may be found without as
    • could say that the divinity to be found on the outward path and the
    • divinity to be found on the inward path were one. After the Christ
    • life, he found not Christ, but Dionysos. Today if development has
    • Being. Today this being may also be found in the inner life as the
    • the mysteries, and has already partly done so since the foundation of
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    • man may have when by profound, inner life he permeates his soul
    • Indian as instinctive sight are to be found in the rudimentary
    • invented, but are the expressions of a profound primeval wisdom
    • Kariot and was found by the Queen of that island. And because she and
    • to her. Then the foundling thought he was wrongly treated and he
    • when we know the spiritual facts lying at the foundation of the
    • will be found that what has been said stands every test, if
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    • define the beings as gods to be found outside in the heavens and gods
    • to be found within the soul; and we may designate the way leading
    • of many kinds are to be found in the world. Speaking from our
    • the man of ancient India that what was to be found in the Vedas was
    • for it not in books but by observation of what is to be found in the
    • feelings that are to be found on the ethereal heights of thought, we
    • of divinity. Feelings such as were to be found among the old Indians
    • is to be found in the spiritual worlds, whether upon the outward or
    • found in both the spiritual worlds, had already disappeared from the
    • mystery of Ahura Mazdao; if he looked inwards he found himself by the
    • the realms of Ahura Mazdao, which he found on the outward path.
    • beings to be found behind the sense-world, and that the Egyptian
    • peoples sought for the spiritual beings to be found upon the inward
    • foundations underlying the physical world, we must call these
    • old times. World secrets of infinite importance are to be found
    • found there, for the highest is to be found even in the lowest; but
    • they also found something there expressive of the reality of a being,
    • subterranean gods. Adonis is a later name for the beings found by
    • human soul, had to be found within it, even as formerly the Luciferic
    • divinities and Osiris were to be found there. The two paths clearly
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    • time and space. Now this profound mystery can, gradually, be
    • well be analysed by using the number seven as a foundation and
    • provided the foundation of love in the olden times. And the cases
    • everything else indicates how profoundly momentous the Christ event
    • of mankind than can be found in sense perception or in human
    • but realise rather that the world is very profound and that there
    • must serve as a slight indication of the profound change that thus
    • initiates who had founded mystery places in the West for the
    • found a single country in the Middle Ages in which a certain legend
    • be found in many books of the Middle Ages and is one of the widely
    • and of Karma, but in the older religion they are to be found in an
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    • as a strengthening of the foundations of the European
    • theosophy, a God-wisdom such as was sought with profound devotion and
    • close atmosphere of materialism, found hope in this oriental
    • aimed to provide for his listeners ever firmer foundations for
    • seventh anniversary of the founding of the Society furnished the
    • lectures, and he reminded his hearers that at the Foundation meeting,
    • founded the Society anew under the name of the General
    • memorable refoundation, over which he was destined to preside but one
    • is not our intention to found a new religion, but rather, we aim to
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    • strengthening the foundations of our cause. This I shall attempt to
    • General Assembly, when the German Section was founded, I delivered
    • air-castle, lacking foundation. They are not able to understand how
    • scientific, but no bridge is found between the two. If we do not stop
    • and we will endeavor in the following to start laying the foundations
    • What I have given you is an urgently needed foundation
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    • all this can be found in the sense of touch, the sense of touch
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    • Spirits of the various folk individualities. This thought has found
    • truth; there is such a thing as well-founded acceptance of theosophic
    • being and found them to run as follows:
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    • carry in the soul, sensation. As a foundation, then, for subsequent
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    • Thee, whom in thy sons' lives I oft times found revealed,
    • through which the soul experiences itself most profoundly in its
    • found in the soul. They arise at the portals of the senses. Consider
    • not founded on reality, and this suffices to produce a baneful
    • of life, life wisdom, hence a broad foundation is indispensable.
    • That produces a profoundly unsatisfied feeling toward that being.
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    • personalities in question. Try to sense the profound difference
    • what we found at work in the soul life: reasoning, and the
    • that appear, the ego visualization is one. True, we found that the
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    • across the millennia and based upon a scientific foundation, is still
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    • rests upon a solid foundation and is proof against whatever
    • anthroposophy one stands upon a firm foundation. So the aim is to
    • found that Brentano shrewdly halted before the spirit, so that we do,
    • found that might persuade man, such as he is in everyday life, to
    • such a foundation, the world that is opened up through the awakening
    • upon us unless we have the special foundation this moral frame of
    • however, with Aristotle's assertion. We found it contained much that
    • then, is not to be found in a continuous renewal, a rejuvenation
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    • ESTERDAY we found that in a certain way there is, after all, something
    • nor can all this ever have any foundation as such, because, as he
    • We found yesterday that in a certain way error is a sort
    • Well, we found it first on the side of the emotions, but there,
    • visualizations. Intuition, however, is to be found on the side of the
    • that could be done he died within a day. The parents were profoundly
    • memory; they thought of him a great deal. One morning they found that
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    • century genuine theosophy of the older kind was to be found in
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    • What from our hearts we would found
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    • Festival, have any clear or profound idea of what it means? How seldom
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • course. A man whose spiritual life had found a path as sure as that of
    • that Sun myths are connected with the lives of all the great Founders
    • found in connection with Buddha and with the Christ.
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    • point to the loss of a great truth, such profound meaning lay behind
    • found in man's own, original being, before the onset of the Luciferic
    • which bring peace to the soul can be found within ourselves. True
    • peace of soul is present only when that peace has sure foundations,
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    • corruption, when it was to be found only in echoes, in symbolism. This
    • foundations for what I have told you to-day. The human being has
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    • of being the founder of such a ‘School of Wisdom.’ We must understand
    • Founded in 1920 by Count Hermann Keyserling (1880-1946).
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    • It will be obvious to you that very profound symbolism is contained in
    • founded. At the time of the founding of Christianity it was still
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    • purpose. The meaning and essence of Christianity must be found again.
    • Nazareth. This truth is expressed in history itself in a profound way.
    • deep and profound experience the candidate for Initiation knew with
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    • This is an example of the feeling for esotericism to be found in the
    • the Saturn evolution is to be found in the very highest spiritual
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    • descended and found a state of things which enabled them to say:
    • descended into some part of the earth and found there something which
    • visible, men could turn their attention away from what was to be found
    • A Teacher had to be found, able to carry down what makes it possible
    • (i.e., the Egyptian) there was a profound musical culture in
    • The effects of this music even then included what was to be found in
    • evolving to the point where the true expressions may be found in its
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    • observe. Anyone who observes more profoundly will, however, find
    • one can place it, we can then reckon back; and it will be found that
    • our life by knowing how these laws are to be found. When we know the
    • this noble sense of indignation is to be found in the character of a
    • but I had a profound reverence for him. Then one day the opportunity
    • came, and I was taken to see him. A feeling of profound and holy awe
    • observes the connections to be found within short periods of time, it
    • found in life between birth and death. Now we can follow out the law
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    • profound way in the description of ‘the Fall’ which
    • and true judgment. Illness will become the foundation for more
    • Thus we see the profound truth of what I have already indicated here
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    • in an ancestor of Jesus the foundations of a right development of all
    • ecstatic condition at the time of the founding of Christianity, had
    • Christianity was founded. When in olden times he was filled with the
    • the founders of peace in that part of human nature which in the future
    • firm on that foundation, they will then be blessed in a new sense; in
    • must be found in the Ego itself. The time has now come when this must
    • could not be found there in the pre-Christian time: the Christ in His
    • wide. This again found acceptance by the materialistically religious
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    • themselves and as such can be found in the Gospels if rightly
    • When we go back beyond the founding of Christianity, we find two
    • the like. There he found that from which the soul itself came forth:
    • indication of a deeper foundation of cosmic Mysteries, permeating all
    • being of man which does not in some way relate to what can be found in
    • woman in human life? That can be found too. But before we are able to
    • they consider that what is found in one domain is applicable to every
    • would be nonsense. We must investigate the occult foundations of this
    • Just as a fresh ripe fruit is found in a petrified state in a
    • We have now found some extremely interesting connections between the
    • Now, having brought before our minds the polarity to be found in human
    • ridiculed in his Truth and Poetry and which found their
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    • said and done, all that is of profoundest interest to man is really
    • such — of believing that everything to be found in the human soul
    • to-day, was always to be found there. Yet, as we know, the various
    • This is one of the remarkable proofs to be found in the historical
    • civilisation. Thus we see, what a profound purpose there is in our
    • meaning of what thus flows forth is not to be found in the content of
    • within it, but having nevertheless the profoundest comprehension of
    • Christ, for there a body could be found into which He could draw in,
    • that environment. It is profoundly moving to perceive how at this
    • elements, so that it can still be found in the spiritual atmosphere of
    • secret of Christ's entrance into the West, that He there found souls
    • may be gone into yet more profoundly. But it will be some time before
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    • that activity and at the same time be possible for the Foundress
    • everything to be found in the old external records — and yet they
    • errors, the thing that matters is, it was found possible to write it!
    • world, and that among other things, Christ Himself can also be found
    • existed, but also that the historic Jesus can be found in the
    • find again in them what we found in the spiritual worlds independently
    • other founders of religion. It never occurred to Blavatsky to deny the
    • preceded the Event of Golgotha can also be found in the accounts of
    • species of uniform is later found to be in use for the same office.
    • are to be found on the earth can H. P. Blavatsky do anything for the
    • found expression in the Theosophical movement. The greatest must be
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    • From this we see how unfounded is the reproach that the explanations
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    • the forces that repair the astral body to be found in the universe?
    • human existence are to be found on the earth is utterly mistaken.
    • patiently compared and collated, it will be found that nowhere in the
    • “national” religion such as is found among the Hindus or
    • Christ Jesus speaks profound words in the Gospel when He says to
    • one utterance or the other may be found, but never both. Close
    • anything essential at stake when a truth is not found in particular
    • in Christ is founded the realization that the Christ impulse is not
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    • the kamaloca period, descriptions of which can be found in my
    • there lived a certain personality named Norbert, who founded an
    • during the Middle Ages when the Grail Saga found its deeper origin in
    • we would say, “Is the only issue what is to be found in sacred
    • be found in its books to the detriment of a religion? Cannot every
    • created and which is found in the Gospel of St. John, “In the
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    • source. Their founders have had to reckon with the temperament of the
    • that in the Venus sphere souls were to be found in the provinces of
    • religion that souls in the Sun sphere found themselves in that primal
    • religions was lost and can only be found again through occult
    • though not in detail — found the Throne of Christ in the Sun
    • He left the Sun, and only the Akashic picture of the Christ is found
    • it seemed incredible, I found it impossible to do so. Many of you
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    • would actually make a deep impression on you and a profound influence
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    • starry heavens may be found. In fact, our brain does contain an
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    • Let us clarify this point before embarking on the profound facts
    • founded on the cognition of the spiritual worlds. Spiritual life must
    • spiritual foundation. If someone should say that science has the task
    • this, but Napoleon found his way to his mother; he implanted this
    • predispositions can be found in the hereditary stream. A good musical
    • childhood than later on. A profound wisdom is utilized in order to
    • occult writings are often more profound than we imagine. When the
    • sayings. Among the most profound of them all is, “When two are
    • In the early phase of the Christian proclamation one still found it
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    • profound conviction that humanity is approaching a period when it
    • of a loved one cannot be found after death because in the soul of the
    • This makes a profound impression on the seer also when he reaches the
    • can be found there, but he who can trace the life of soul between
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    • harbor a profound egoism.
    • may be found in what has been described. It is prepared and
    • profound. Yet one need but reflect on the following. It is common
    • eminently logical, and that is regarded as profound by a considerable
    • and egoism, lock themselves up in a faith the foundations of which
    • higher hierarchies in this way experience a profound blessedness as a
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    • faithfully recorded there. Instances can be found in which, through
    • foundation for intellectual gifts, a man would have been capable of
    • possible form of life on Mars are without foundation. The nature of
    • initiate is able to widen his vision, the more souls are found who
    • then the Buddha impulse is to be found on Mars, as the Christ impulse
    • is to be found on the earth since the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • work upon the bodily foundation of talents, we must pass through the
    • up and give shape to such forms cannot be found within the earth
    • it is found that Leonardo continued to work through a number of those
    • who lived after him. Even externally there can be found in Leonardo's
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    • happened there. I am not repeating what can be found in my written
    • the more profound longing for spiritual science. When we have gone
    • birth, it is as if one entered into a world where one found a
    • found. The Hindu will not believe that his god dwells in every man.
    • In considering other initiates or religious founders it is evident
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    • experience in connection with the Christ, it is found to be deeply
    • have found a fundamental principle that stems from a cosmic task that
    • appeared last. New religions cannot be founded anymore. Such
    • foundations belong to the past. They followed one another and brought
    • because otherwise the Christ cannot be found after death. As we
    • trunk. We lay the foundation for this, and after birth we continue to
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    • profound learning in the ancient ones.”
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    • original German will be found at the end of the present volume.
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    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • found only in the Spirit; that matter is only illusion, only external
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • material can exist in the world. He found the actual, he sought the
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    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • In that half of the brain which is found by the anatomist, and of
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    • rely on a different inner foundation for their knowledge.
    • that we all have a definite inner foundation upon which we stand,
    • we might imagine that there are as many foundations as knowers, but
    • colour one's foundation. These are more concerned with the way one
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    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • found only in the Spirit; that matter is only illusion, only external
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • material can exist in the world. He found the actual, he sought the
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    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • In that half of the brain which is found by the anatomist, and of
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    • differ from our own? What are the inner foundations for our
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    • found to be not so meaningless to believe in such a connection. The
    • and penetrates to the deeper laws of existence, differs profoundly
    • the foundation of the body, of life, the foundation of sensation,
    • structure is found than exists in the realm of the lifeless. You
    • it is the foundation of physical existence and of consciousness.
    • expression of this foundation of consciousness in pain. Thus one can
    • something higher. The origin of suffering is found where
    • thinking, feeling and willing is to be found in the
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    • A materialistic explanation can apparently be found for suffering,
    • its highest. Wisdom rests hidden on the foundation of
    • of love; love is not yet perfected. It is to be found in the whole of
    • conflict on the earth so was error to be found on the earlier planet.
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    • back to its original one, we see that we often find a very profound
    • what is founded on heredity, which he has not built up with his own
    • consuming its own foundations as the flame consumes the wood. The
    • foundations. The root of individual life is death, and were there
    • sting. Now these savages of the Zambesi river have found a way of
    • them. — In regions where medicine is founded on occultism, the
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    • learn during certain times when they found themselves in a
    • culmination point in cultivation on the physical plane is found
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • certain effects follow certain causes found in spiritual life. This
    • real importance lies in the fact that it is founded on the universal
    • The same connection may also be found in the intermediate stages of
    • that the causes of the things happening to him now are to be found in
    • are manifested on our earth of which the causes are to be found in the
    • acid found by spectrum analysis in the comet, proving what had already
    • it, and we have found something else which we may describe as the
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    • will be found in the course of these lectures in places where there
    • foundations of the idea of karma to those outside who may raise
    • find included what are, to mankind, the most important and profound
    • from materialistic foundations, and in the conquering of these
    • found this so dense, owing to events that had taken place on the earth
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    • have an immediate cause which must be found by the skilled physician,
    • be found most easily by first considering how far the idea of disease
    • develop all its activities? The reason is to be found in a closer
    • profoundly. Now in the external life one can often find proof that
    • most profound experiences in feeling. For example, let us suppose that
    • death, and a profound tendency against lying will appear. He will then
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • treatment with time-honoured remedies. The waiting treatment founded
    • or rational judgement, penetrate down into the foundation of the human
    • be infinitely more profound than it can be today.
    • and the luciferic — are at work at the very foundation of a
    • seems to be founded on karma that one illness ends in being cured and
    • reconciliation, a profound reconciliation with life; for we shall know
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    • complete reversal of this opinion which found expression chiefly in
    • the nihilism of the Viennese school, founded by the famous medical man
    • not go deeply into the foundation of the human organism. And we have
    • a number of experiences must sink down into the deeper foundations of
    • foundations of our new body. We have further seen that we are subject
    • civilised countries of Europe. It profoundly influenced religious
    • insist only on the profound influence which this translation
    • the reason is quite a different one, and far more profound. It may be
    • found in temper, desire, or passion, but in our superficial
    • the real motive; that the real motive lies far deeper, being found
    • profound psychological thought will never from this evolve a general
    • reasons alleged by him would be found to be of exactly the same
    • — leads to the belief in chance. These foundations had to be laid
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    • attempted to descend into the inner self found that the further they
    • Ego. Meister Eckhart found an excellent word to describe this
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    • How do we lay the foundation of illnesses? Why do we acquire a
    • to be found only truth and no illusion. The more he becomes entangled
    • we realise how profound these records are. Before we can speak about
    • Lucifer were to be found only in the Earth existence, man would
    • and if we have found to-day that the whole course of Earth evolution
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    • prove to you how well founded is his suspicion.
    • enormous amount it will seldom be found that what has been learnt will
    • events in our life which are of profound significance. Let us remember
    • number of ablutions. This was a command of the gods, that found
    • This is a profound question, and we must begin by collecting the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • inevitable that what is of profound inner significance also appears as
    • enter more profoundly into the organism, and to impregnate it far more
    • profounder depths of the soul. Man may have richer and also more
    • does not penetrate so profoundly into matter, and especially keeps her
    • realm. And it is not by accident, but in accordance with a profound
    • there should be found a greater number of women than of men. Any man
    • these influences intervene profoundly not only in our inner life, but
    • us, and we shall see that they will be the foundation of our further
    • understand this, it may lead us to penetrate more profoundly into the
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    • absorbed some of the truths relating to the deeper foundations of
    • about the deeper foundations of the earth's existence which I shall
    • damaged. Here is to be found the cause of illness, and we may
    • the deeper foundations of his own nature; so that the answer to this
    • of Spiritual Science. We have seen that light is the foundation of all
    • course of the world existence, there must be found an intermediary,
    • whatsoever form it may be found; and we are confronted with light in
    • luciferic element is woven, which otherwise is only to be found
    • less defiled by man, there must be something which can be found
    • light; and we see why we are able to remove the darkness to be found
    • injury we can do to injure our body, there is to be found in
    • to be found the keys of innumerable secrets of earth existence. But
    • counterpart to be found. I should like to show you this in a very
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    • found, but that such events cannot be identical with the particular karma
    • we have always found to be active — Lucifer and Ahriman —
    • like to draw your attention, showing you the profound importance of
    • say: In this way, thousands of years ago, the foundations were laid
    • foundations, we should not be able to evolve to freedom. But after we
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    • lecture cycles will be found on the next page. A fifth Mystery Drama
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    • resolution of soul was reached. Significant and profound are the
    • experienced and lived through, the Cosmic Midnight has a profound
    • Necessities are rooted in the foundations of things, where also the
    • discovers in the foundations of the Necessities the fundamental
    • have found alive in oneself as soul presence what is expressed in
    • thought), saying, “I've usually found this comprehensible.
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    • the physical thinking from its brain-bound foundation, he throws
    • foundation of a true moral life in the world order of humanity.
    • order! These eccentric philosophers are actually found in great
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    • all sorts and kinds can be found there!
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    • found in all the psychological, psychopathological and physiological
    • important figure of the present day, to be found everywhere. He is no
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    • Egyptian incarnation forms the foundation for his later destiny and
    • people nor human settlements to be found, and in time this state of
    • well, from the manner in which they appeared, have been founded on
    • when they came to themselves, they found that now they were divided
    • however, found it necessary to provide some explanation for the
    • language is now found only among groups of people. Thus the spoken
    • divisive principle. They found their way into the current that makes
    • plane; he surmised that this number three can be found everywhere.
    • balance,” Benedictus told Capesius, “is found in other
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    • unimportant, they are symptoms arising out of very deep foundations
    • principal arts to be found in the physical world: the art of building
    • worlds is to perceive the profound tragedy of this figure of Lucifer.
    • profound relationships. For it is through these relationships alone
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    • as Philia. But it takes an ideal soul development, hardly to be found
    • if we had not found our way into a spiritual clairvoyance? A real
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    • regarded by many as of equal significance to profound, scrupulous
    • karma on the foundation of the old earth life. Thus there thrusts in
    • necessities of existence, is indeed connected with the most profound
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    • impulse from the ancient Celtic folk soul still to be found in
    • must be called this) are to be found in connection with our endeavors.
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    • foundation to all of the later, more advanced anthroposophical
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    • to create first of all a kind of foundation or basis, on which to
    • the mouth of its own founder. You all know the story of the Buddha,
    • incarnation he had as yet learned nothing, he was most profoundly
    • found in man: a kind of self-consciousness. During the Summer the
    • something springing from the profoundest depths of existence. You can
    • Highest lies in the Ego,” and that this Ego found expression in
    • quality of John the Baptist as a “Forerunner” found
    • the Church found expression in their pictures.
    • where before he found difficulties. He cannot explain it. His
    • itself give him any clue. In such a case it can be found, when we
    • found that till now he had no occasion to occupy himself with this
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    • mind that on such a foundation of possibilities realities do arise,
    • known to you, and which are to be found in my book
    • science we had found how long the wolf needs to renew his substance.
    • tried to express in the words which can be found in my Mystery Play,
    • agreement found. It is this that can work like an anthroposophical
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    • corresponds very exactly with what is to be found in the Codex
    • them ...” This attitude is also to be found in their desire to be
    • “Many opposing sects were founded with the objective of
    • is to be found in all the widely known documents on the subject. But
    • crucial importance; we have found in Steiner's personal library a book
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    • shines in all that has found its way into the present from Greece and
    • immortal part.” The original Aristotelian idea found in
    • not steeped in a profound realization of the directly cosmic nature of
    • before you for Greece, is not to be found in the same way in the
    • themselves from the Church, they dropped the title and founded a
    • pointing down to the earth, will be found in the same person. Then we
    • two streams now flow side by side again and both have a profound
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    • Lucifer wants to take men's souls away and found a planet with them of
    • countenance that is characteristic of Byzantine art was found
    • to be found in various other folk myths, as is also the Mystery of
    • life, the founder of the social order. Christ, who is forever present;
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    • the two faculties mentioned above under this protection. Foundations
    • that I can really lay a foundation for concepts that you must
    • which has already been referred to in these studies, could be founded
    • founded that were designed to counteract the excesses of the Taotl
    • found in the Eastern Hemisphere, and he was, for the Western
    • all the activity that went on in this movement would be founded on
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    • whose foundations already exist in man's general nature, did not
    • who had died. Little is to be found that has not been described as
    • by the senses. The solution is to be found by thinking of individual
    • found only the external dead. This apparently spiritual but, from
    • their methods, actually materialistic science found the super-sensible
    • only learns to know the real significance of hatred and unfounded
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    • souls, from the earth in order to found a realm and planet of their
    • departed to found another planet under the leadership of Lucifer and
    • murderer's soul into the realm that was to be founded beyond the
    • Many opposing sects were founded with the object of countering this
    • to produce a mentality that considers truth to be found in sensory
    • be worked out in great imaginations, of which examples are to be found
    • profoundly as it has been tackled in the East. But at the same time
    • sensory existence on the earth, to found a kingdom where the good is
    • We are gazing here into profound secrets of life. A justified element
    • in the founding of culture, an element that inevitably leads to a
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    • successes, we see the founding of the Order of the Knights Templar in
    • occurred, they founded an order dedicated entirely to the Mystery of
    • found the means of incorporating such impulses into humanity's
    • kind in the spirit of the foundation of the Order, for what the
    • Philip, torture was extensively employed. Every Knight to be found was
    • the author of the profound poem “Ritter Wahn” (Knight
    • goes in a tortuous winding line. Just think how profoundly Julius
    • short time ago how the first elementary scientific foundation for the
    • even today there is not a foundation for a study of Goethe such as a
    • With toil they dragged it home as new found treasure;
    • developed. There, Anastasius Grün wishes to say, a cross is found and
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    • foundations. I endeavored to bring this especially to your attention
    • be found that that was really only through a sort of mistake! A
    • divorce. Thus, in order to obtain a different wife, this man founded a
    • and the founding of the English Church, have found really deep, inner
    • church so founded. But with regard to the religious question in
    • there is Karl Marx, the founder of modern socialism, whose influence
    • realize how profound was the influence of the cultural impulses coming
    • Founded in 1119, the Knights Templar were first active in the
    • “Well, and what if they are known!” I have, in fact, found
    • inward ways will be found, ways much more suited to future humanity.
    • But they must be found.
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    • His multi-faceted genius has led to innovative and holistic approaches in medicine, science, education (Waldorf schools), special education, philosophy, religion, economics, agriculture (Bio-Dynamic method), architecture, drama, the new art of eurythmy, and other fields. In 1924 he founded the General Anthroposophical Society, which today has branches throughout the world.
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    • rebel because they think that the secure foundation of existence falls
    • it is not to be found in life today, but in our modern age of chaos
    • Greece, this second stream found its way to the people of Rome, a
    • of Light, is to be found in Eastern Europe and Asia. There, where the
    • human morality? Is it not profoundly immoral? Such questions must be
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    • found today among the clergy, among the preachers of the so-called
    • Mystery of Golgotha, when men found through him the Folk-God Jahve.
    • cannot be found on the surface. They must be sought where the spirit
    • real Christ to be sought and found; otherwise it would be better to
    • which we find at the foundation of the ancient pre-Christian wisdom,
    • external contradictions which are to be found in the four Gospels. He
    • The way must be found calmly to admit that in the materialistic
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    • casualty to be found in the outer world.
    • if man had not been there, for a chain of causes and effects is found
    • to present-day consciousness, is to be found in the centre of gravity
    • East. Among these Mysteries were those which founded that civilization
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    • philosophic crumbs used by modern science as foundational; and
    • surrounds us. Just as the Greek spirit found expression in its
    • lines laid down at that time. Not what these spirits found or thought
    • today such a social order cannot be founded; it is only possible to
    • might have put it right again, but the doctors found he was so
    • in Stuttgart founded the ‘Free Waldorf School’ for the
    • children of employees and managers, a school founded on the impulses
    • foundation on which we ought to build is the knowledge: Here something
    • to help humanity. No salvation is to be found in any external
    • important decision, if enough people can be found who are able to
    • will bring misery and suffering if such men cannot be found, if those
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    • foundation as ancient science, but in the course of human evolution
    • strength and power that it will be shaken to its very foundations.
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    • Everything that is found in Dornach, be it sculpture or painting, is
    • the word. Anthroposophy should come out of the deepest foundations of
    • The Waldorf School, which has been founded in Stuttgart, is not in any
    • initiation he found that in a sense he was becoming less
    • Anthroposophy did not come to found sects or new religions. It came to
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    • profound faith in the spirit that will make us into instruments of the
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    • refounded the Anthroposophical Society in Austria and gave these
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    • profound content is either dim or misunderstood. At best it makes no
    • is not to be found among those that became possible in the animal
    • because he found him unworthy to remain in the world of spirituality.
    • outwardly nowhere to be found. Where was he? Where would one have to
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    • out of anthroposophy must do so with the most profound seriousness.
    • through a more profound comprehension of the birth of Christ Jesus and
    • before such a step is taken. Anthroposophy must become a profound
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    • be found in the first half of the 19th Century, men for
    • are to be found lying about in fragments. Today these relics, these
    • immediate vicinity of Penmaenmawr were to be found two such
    • found a large sun-circle and nearby a smaller one. If one had
    • profoundly moving about this — as that of the Goetheanum in
    • profoundly affecting to be able, at the very spot, to transport
    • well — even over as far as Norway — are to be found many
    • Mithras Cult are to be found. Here again I will only indicate
    • found by an external, antiquated science of history, because the
    • This foundation alone can induce the right frame of mind for letting
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    • epoch this was celebrated in the great and profound rites performed in
    • In the earth he found them inwardly permeated and saturated with their
    • the earth; and in the summertime he found them given over to the vast
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Soul-Life of Man, and the Perception of the Spiritual Foundations of
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • realization on earth; and they gave the foundation for the new
    • penetrate to an insight into the spiritual foundations of the world.
    • right foundation for the decisions to be carried out at Christmas of
    • Foundation and its Institute, and that is why we are supporting this
    • the Foundation for Advancement of Arts and Letters, in memory of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • Foundations of the World
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • begin with he has only feelings) about the spiritual foundations of
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • everywhere to be found as an original woof or weft, which is of deep
    • These Beings found their way into the moon-existence and
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • within the spiritual substance which lies at the foundation of the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • assertion is really without foundation. People are accustomed to
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • the quartz that is found out there in the primeval mountains in its
    • something like distinctive marks of an ancient time are to be found.
    • parents of everything which is found today in the ores as pyrites,
    • nothing can be found. Only in that later period, when man for the
    • upon a physical organic foundation, has only gradually developed, and
    • they confound their own frequent weakness with the firmness of the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • founded in this Goetheanum, which with some things I have said is
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Mystery Centres and their keynote-giving impulses, once to be found
    • commonplace reasoning considers as without foundation. It is easy to
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • And through thee finds foundation in Being.
    • senses, and found himself as if split up into the sense-world. For
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • which did not take into account illumination with the wisdom founded
    • accepted as true which were not founded on physical sight. Thus
    • physical-sense world as model, whereas the Hibernian art was founded
    • about reason and the senses only, and founded philosophies which
    • there is to be found a spiritual revelation made manifest through
    • the epoch of freedom must be found inwardly by man. No longer through
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • we have said, this was not to be found in the general civilization of
    • be found in the cosmos he also carries in his own being.
    • are to be found in an infinitely rarefied condition in the whole
    • found — that Christ must really be recognized and known.
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    • task of waiting, when it must again be found as the sum total of
    • living secrets must themselves be found again today. The necessary
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    • deepened in the various Mystery-Centres which were to be found here
    • during the first few centuries after the foundation of Christianity.
    • In the times which found their last echo in the
    • can you make of the copper which is found in the earth unless you
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • the earth commenced a few centuries after the foundation of
    • and found their culminating point therein, all had one peculiarity in
    • it were, a moral link, such as we found in the ancient Mysteries. And
    • is at the same time to be found to a certain extent in the whole of
    • vegetation, though often only to be found there in homeopathic doses.
    • still divined where a complete knowledge of man was to be found.
    • again be found. These medieval investigators certainly had knowledge
    • tragic feeling to be found in these medieval investigators of nature.
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    • deep in soul as many an investigator to be found in the medieval
    • What in the ancient Mysteries was so profoundly
    • pupil obtained in these ancient times. Now that is not to be found at
    • from the earth to the moon, and there as it were they founded a
    • realize clearly the situation in which such an investigator found
    • Dinosaurus is found in the Desert of Gobi as recently. That is an
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    • are founded on a very different basis from that of the various
    • is possible to found a kind of spiritualized medicine.”
    • that with the methods of spiritual science he has found exactly
    • found again in the structure of the brain. It is as if nature
    • disappear. They are not to be found — nor are they to be
    • found by empirical research.
    • parts of his structure warmth and cold are found present in the
    • the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it is founded
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    • soul cohesion, the inward soul life, that cannot be found in
    • show that the structure of the substances found in the petals
    • character from the structure of the substances found in the
    • found in roots or seeds. You will find that this difference is
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    • be included. However, we cannot arrive at a well-founded
    • certain regulative factors found in the organism. As a second
    • impossible to found a rational system of education without
    • Referring to the Waldorf education movement, founded in
    • comments found in the literature that one can only reach a
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    • tract a suitable dosage of these substances as they are found
    • great deal, too, can be found in our literature, and there are
    • only try to profit from it as well as from what is to be found
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    • different things, built upon different foundations. The public writings are
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    • foundation of all his thinking.
    • I had to present these things as a foundation in order to offer
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    • quantity of phosphorus that is found in the human brain. We have
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    • forward by me are founded on a basis quite different from that of the
    • and then it is possible to found a kind of spiritualised medicine. As
    • Spiritual Science he has found exactly the same things as he finds
    • ideation. Everything in the life of ideation can be found again in
    • They are not to be found — neither are they to be found by
    • warmth and cold are found present in the most manifold ways. Before
    • observation but on the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it
    • is founded upon the Spirit, then, and only then, does it assume its
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    • substances found in roots or seeds. The effect of a decoction
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    • cannot, however, arrive at a well-founded conception of the modes of
    • matter, for it is impossible to found a rational system of education
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    • very profound understanding of the human organism is necessary before
    • substances, as they are found in the root of the chamomile, into the
    • deal, too, can be found in our literature, and there are many
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    • people, however, have the vital ideas which can serve as a foundation
    • secure foundations with the assurance of enduring for untold ages
    • founded half a century ago. Today they can only behold its ruins.
    • secure