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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • consciousness there lived something of the spiritual beings of the
    • to his existence and in which he lives between going to sleep and
    • his soul. There lives in the human soul a knowledge which, although
    • things are there; they live within it. And much of the great discord
    • half- and quarter-truths mislead people. They live with them, these
    • The Gospel was given to those who lived in the first centuries of
    • questions. He knows where the hostile powers lie, that they live
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • consciousness there lived something of the spiritual beings of the
    • to his existence and in which he lives between going to sleep and
    • his soul. There lives in the human soul a knowledge which, although
    • things are there; they live within it. And much of the great discord
    • half- and quarter-truths mislead people. They live with them, these
    • The Gospel was given to those who lived in the first centuries of
    • questions. He knows where the hostile powers lie, that they live
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to supplement our past studies. If we consider how Man lives in the
    • lived in the people of Greece developed within mankind more or less
    • how, beneath the threshold of consciousness, there lives what may be
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • letters of the alphabet are actually formed as images of what lives in
    • lived in Man as active astronomy. And by rising to dialectics one came
    • in thought to comprehending and working on what lived in Man out of
    • that here we are not concerned with what merely lives in the hollow of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to supplement our past studies. If we consider how Man lives in the
    • lived in the people of Greece developed within mankind more or less
    • how, beneath the threshold of consciousness, there lives what may be
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • realm of the hierarchies, as here we live among the beings of the
    • letters of the alphabet are actually formed as images of what lives in
    • lived in Man as active astronomy. And by rising to dialectics one came
    • in thought to comprehending and working on what lived in Man out of
    • that here we are not concerned with what merely lives in the hollow of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • A public lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner
    • soul, the aspiring spiritual researcher lives in a heightened state of
    • my being, which can live outside my body, will pass through the gates
    • of death. From then on, it lives in a spiritual world.”
    • realization of repeated earth-lives in full harmony with the natural
    • comes to this view of repeated earth-lives.
    • repeated earth-lives.
    • earth-lives. He said somewhat as follows: “Is this teaching to be
    • Spiritual science recognizes the truth of repeated earth-lives out of
    • university, delivered a lecture about Galileo. He spoke somewhat as
    • live in muddy swamps after death if they have not been initiated into
    • A Being not there before entered into Him and lived within Him for the
    • on Golgotha, Christ lives in all human souls alike. He is the source
    • third year? Does this mean that what lives in him now was not already
    • earth-lives in which the Christ is joined with the earth. From now on,
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
    • depth as they live through successive earth-lives, they become
    • Spiritual science lives in this conviction. It speaks out of this
    • objectively, the spiritual researcher knows what lives in the depths
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • A public lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner
    • soul, the aspiring spiritual researcher lives in a heightened state of
    • my being, which can live outside my body, will pass through the gates
    • of death. From then on, it lives in a spiritual world.”
    • realization of repeated earth-lives in full harmony with the natural
    • comes to this view of repeated earth-lives.
    • repeated earth-lives.
    • earth-lives. He said somewhat as follows: “Is this teaching to be
    • Spiritual science recognizes the truth of repeated earth-lives out of
    • university, delivered a lecture about Galileo. He spoke somewhat as
    • live in muddy swamps after death if they have not been initiated into
    • A Being not there before entered into Him and lived within Him for the
    • on Golgotha, Christ lives in all human souls alike. He is the source
    • third year? Does this mean that what lives in him now was not already
    • earth-lives in which the Christ is joined with the earth. From now on,
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
    • depth as they live through successive earth-lives, they become
    • Spiritual science lives in this conviction. It speaks out of this
    • objectively, the spiritual researcher knows what lives in the depths
  • 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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    • lives in them, in which the Greek and Christian influences are
    • that which lives within him as “self,” he will then realise,
    • all-pervading Self that lives and moves in all things, and this we
    • side by side with the creative principle which lives and weaves
    • now shows his pupil — who is to live through the time of
    • sound produced by man when he speaks undulates and moves and lives
    • through the air, so does the Word surge and weave and live in all
    • The human soul is capable of understanding how the Word lives on, in
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • still alive in human souls, and that not only through a spiritual
    • the physical world. At first he lives his physical existence in such a
    • sense alone, but lives in our inner being and fills us with a sense of
    • already there in super-sensible form, and the soul lived within them.
    • lives in this differentiation principle, it is attached to the
    • densifies into the finer elements which live in the etheric or
    • coarse elements. For if one says: The soul lives in Sattva, that means
    • India there lived men who were differentiated, for at the time when
    • forwards; it leads to that which lives as unity in the spiritual
    • describes as the Unitary Atma-Brahma, that lives as well in the outer
    • Kuru-line, that is to say, in temporal forms, there live soul-beings
    • which is entangled in the battle to the eternal which lives on,
    • the deepest religious fervour, whilst the simplest man, who only lived
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • remember that in those olden times mankind lived with ideas and
    • Now if you think of what may live in a man of our present cycle of
    • “true, this Being lives in germ in every man, but he only appears
    • universal cosmic substance, with the divine which lives and weaves
    • he reaches those higher stages in which we live when freed from all
    • bodily instruments, when, so to say, we live outside the body, in the
    • situation. In these deeds he lives at first as external man; but the
    • thy soul, as little disturbed by its own deeds, lives quietly beside
    • the great Krishna says to his pupil: The soul that lives in thee is
    • great Teacher, Arjuna with Krishna himself: who lives in all things
  • 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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    • Christ-Impulse lives in man, as if hidden in his inmost being, like a
    • the olden times, continue to live contemporaneously, but can no longer
    • of whom only the material speaks, who live in the material, who
    • constant state of changing form. The soul in its ordinary life lives
    • of a human life. That is why the Christ-Impulse lived only for three
    • Christ-Impulse is expressed in the fact that it could not live
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • who live in faith; again others have the gift of healing, others the
    • body holds its different members together; and the force that can live
    • lives also in a whole community; that is described by St. Paul in
    • which lives in no man as a separate individual, although it may be
    • lives a purely spiritual existence, having so overcome what belongs to
    • not as the one existing in the other Jesus-child, in whom lived such a
    • actually lives that part of man that has not entered into human
    • Matthew-Jesus, in whom lived the Zarathustra ego, grew up until his
    • higher Hierarchies, Who only could live in a human body at all
    • human body in which nothing like a Zarathustra ego lived. It is
    • astral body of the Luke-Jesus; Buddha, who had already lived in a
    • knew that He Who arose in the Mystery of Golgotha lives in the sphere
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the physical organism with no soul in it. The tone which lives in the
    • imparts what lives within it to the air, and we become aware of what
    • fluid organism lives our own etheric body; but in addition there
    • asleep man lives directly in an element that is transmitted to his
    • Thus the warmth-organism lives within the air organism; the
    • the soul-and-spirit live in the physical man? — In reality we
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the moral intuitions shine forth from man, from what can live
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • feelings he lives within both these spheres. With his feeling he
    • the fact that we can inwardly picture the world around us; we live in
    • we live a life of thought; we permeate this with the will and thus
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
    • semblance. We live in what is real, but it does not ray into our
    • thoughts. In our ordinary consciousness we live in an element by means
    • which to grow through the love that lives in our deeds.
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • in the course of this evolution lived three years in the body of Jesus
    • prior to a person's birth he lives in the mother's womb in a dreaming,
    • falling asleep to the moment of our awakening we live with our
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
    • strives toward a union with humanity as a whole in order to live most
    • sacrificed in the prime of their lives. You know that man, when he
    • live in Stuttgart before moving to Dornach. He worked as a gardener in
    • the vicinity of the building and lived there with his family. He
    • We just had a lecture that I delivered in Dornach about the work that
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • between death and rebirth. We must listen to what lives and echoes from
    • continue to live for humanity, as a reminder of what is yet to come!
    • living. Our spiritual-scientific world view must be alive to such a
    • overcome: we must feel the dead among us as if they were alive. We
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • in the course of this evolution lived three years in the body of Jesus
    • prior to a person's birth he lives in the mother's womb in a dreaming,
    • falling asleep to the moment of our awakening we live with our
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
    • strives toward a union with humanity as a whole in order to live most
    • sacrificed in the prime of their lives. You know that man, when he
    • live in Stuttgart before moving to Dornach. He worked as a gardener in
    • the vicinity of the building and lived there with his family. He
    • We just had a lecture that I delivered in Dornach about the work that
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • between death and rebirth. We must listen to what lives and echoes from
    • continue to live for humanity, as a reminder of what is yet to come!
    • living. Our spiritual-scientific world view must be alive to such a
    • overcome: we must feel the dead among us as if they were alive. We
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • live in manifold incarnations yet to come; he will appear again and
    • however, incarnated in Jeschu ben Pandira, who lived 105 years before
    • lived. Think of H. P. Blavatsky. She directed her occult gaze to the
    • lived, that it was all make-believe; but that 105 years before our era
    • there had lived a certain Jeschu ben Pandira, who was stoned and then
    • lived 105 years earlier was said to be “Christ,” because a
    • lived 105 years before our era; but the mistake is that he is called
    • of Theosophy? Do we deny that a man lived 105 years before our era,
    • — for that book speaks of a being who lived 105 years before our
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • Once upon a time there lived two boys who from earliest childhood had
    • in the country where these young men lived, it was customary to marry
    • disappeared; I must set about making a livelihood.” This he did
    • “I have no house on the earth, no boat on the sea; by day I live in
    • people called him the “Star Child.” He lived on, and
    • Once upon a time there lived a man who, in our country, might rank as
    • lived in a spacious, very beautiful house. But after a time, strange
    • Councillor warned him that he would probably never come out alive, and
    • was now quite a pastime to the young man and the spirits who lived in
    • acquaintance had begun in the haunted house, now lived on in the
    • task. As men live on into the future they will have to realise that
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • “chance.” In other words: As long as a man lives among his
    • there lived two men, friends of each other, who were devoted to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • Earth-existence in the external form in which he now lives.
    • the people, had lived only among them. The simple fact is that in the
    • lived among the people.
    • Being who had lived during the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch, had
    • Power which could not live on the Earth beyond the thirty-third year,
    • body of Jesus of Nazareth, lived in that body for three years and
    • Initiation. When this is understood, Theosophy* will live truly in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • process. Thus when a man has lived as a being of body and soul in one
    • Earth-lives, and of Karma. Whereas Christianity through the centuries
    • possesses definite knowledge of the return of man in repeated lives on
    • successive Earth-lives. The very name, “Gautama Buddha” is
    • through repeated Earth-lives; the greatness and significance of these
    • lives on Earth.
    • lives on Earth. Attention is directed not to the being who goes on
    • who lived from a certain point of time to another. The East directs
    • Earth-lives, or what becomes of him in later lives. It is the same
    • personalities, through many lives. A perspective of the future fraught
    • we realise that one and the same Being lived in the prophet Elijah and
    • lived from 1483 to 1521, was born on a Good Friday and through this
    • influence of these paintings live on?
    • in John the Baptist, lived again on earth in Raphael.
    • paint? He painted no scene on the Mount of Olives, no Crucifixion.
    • Raphael, in Novalis, the same Individuality lived and worked. In
    • lives on through time. And then there dawned upon Herman Grimm the
    • will be lived through again! This is an eloquent indication of how the
    • governing the return of the fruits of the various lives. Such an
    • alive in all those who have contemplated the picture presented by
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • to live in another, not only in himself.
    • human being were not separated from the other, if men were to live an
    • Impulse might live within him. We are therefore able to understand
    • that for three years the Christ Impulse lived on the Earth in the
    • of Earth-evolution. But how does It live on? When the Christ Impulse
    • goal of the Earth is attained, lives in and inspires the souls of men,
    • the threefold vesture woven from the powers that have lived in men
    • And now think of how men live in communion with Christ. From the time
    • development; those who live without unfolding compassion and love,
    • culture of humanity and the conviction that this Impulse has lived its
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • with their power of inner, clairvoyant vision, men lived in communion
    • As men lived on gradually into the age of Kaliyuga, into the Third
    • a series of lives in the West — Elijah, John the Baptist,
    • “generally speaking” the human being lives on after death;
    • the human being passes through the Gate of Death, he lives on still,
    • as actual knowledge, that while a human being is alive, he works upon
    • live on, and are not inactive. Indeed they are often more active after
    • of them and to reckon with what endures in the form of live and potent
    • creative genius seems to have been alive in him from the the very
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • now inscribed in the universal life-ether in which we live
    • in the life-ether; there they live and we remain connected with them
    • fellow-men do not live on only within us but also in the other human
    • on with him through life. What we have felt and done lives on in the
    • astral body. In the astral body he has to live for a long time, bound
    • being lives through his actions in backward sequence; he lives
    • detach themselves from him, to begin with, simply as forms, and live
    • being that lives on? Firstly, his personal memories; secondly, his
    • — the creations of the “ I ” live on in the outer
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • fact that in ancient times men lived under external leaders and
    • yourselves discover by studying their lives, whether there are
    • having lived in Elijah, John the Baptist, Raphael and Novalis.”
    • least, to find evidence in the different lives of what, admittedly,
    • would imply injustice to the souls who lived before His coming. If a
    • lived in earlier times, before the Mystery of Golgotha; the coming of
    • of the Christ and had lived on Venus. Then think of the uniqueness of
    • strikingly it differs from the lives of all the other founders of
    • had lived through and made his own? If it were possible, now, to say
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • alive to the tasks of the time, to the vital significance of the hour
    • deliverance and recovery without which chaos cannot be overcome.
    • To live through this was, and remains, an intense upliftment, like
    • necessary that the knowledge of repeated earth-lives should, to begin
    • through the recurrent earthly lives, the rebirth of the Divine
    • The words should live like cleansing flames in the souls of those who
    • into German the theosophical lecture delivered by Annie Besant who at
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    • lived then have gone through later periods and have appeared again in
    • water, was land. We come to a time when our souls lived in entirely
    • bodies had different forms at that time, but the souls that live in us
    • today lived also in the ancient Atlanteans. Those were our souls. Then
    • thousands of years behind us, there lived the most advanced portions
    • we ourselves live, and this in turn will be followed by the sixth and
    • make this feeling live within us, then our view will expand and free
    • External life runs its course between birth and death. Man lives a
    • different was the course of our lives, how differently did our souls
    • live between birth and death! That life cannot be compared to the life
    • mysterious connection. Then we will be able to grasp what lives in us
    • what the Chaldean thought, and what we today live. We will see what
    • understanding of what lives in us.
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    • days, repeats itself in our own lives and destinies in the fifth
    • could live there only in a spiritual condition. He could live only in
    • We have learned to know man in three relationships. First, as he lived
    • beings. Man lived in a spiritual consciousness, though this was dim;
    • lives again in the fourth period.
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    • man lived with the gods, he was acquainted with the gods who were
    • enlightened persons, were successors of men who had already lived in
    • live in isolation; otherwise they would have come too closely in touch
    • things. They knew that souls lived in things. They had preserved the
    • asleep. By day he saw the material; by night he saw what lived in
    • form, what he only sensed by day — the spirits that live in all things.
    • When he said that spirits live in the minerals, in the plants, in the
    • We must live, deeply into these souls in order to understand them.
    • appetite. Another portion lived more in the spiritual; these were the
    • him today. The initiate must live in a physical body, and the physical
    • Into this high ideal streamed the feelings that enlivened the pupil in
    • salvaged after the Atlantean catastrophe. This is what lived again in
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    • earliest condition of the earth. What lives in the earth, the ideal
    • name of Vach** to what lives as the
    • in which man lived in Atlantis was a dim clairvoyant consciousness. At
    • clairvoyant consciousness, then lived with the gods. If modern man can
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    • live with the earth in that primeval condition, but that in the
    • fullness of the light there should also live all those other high
    • only were these present. In the fullness of the light lived still
    • the inhabitants of the earth the force of those higher beings who live
    • and nourished in the womb by these divine beings. The man who lived in
    • collective world-womb in which the light-plant man lived at that time,
    • nourished at that time. Thus did man live in the primeval age of the
    • Through the fact that man lived in darkness with half his being, he
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    • because it lived in the water and contained the germ of the later man.
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    • One may say that these men lived in Paradise. We find that the men who
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    • night; we would have lived, so to say, in Osiris with our ego. We
    • still lived in the soul, a memory of that world in which man
    • How can the man of today get some impression of the liveliness that
    • appearance of life. The Greek expressed in the physical what lived in
    • †† Note 4: The Duma was a short-lived parliament in late Czarist Russia.
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    • spirit, we are interested not only in what lives on the physical
    • enjoyment, this craving for dainties. These wishes do not live in the
    • We have seen how, when we go back to the Atlantean time, man lived
    • But if we go back far enough we find that man once lived entirely in
    • Christ would come, that he lived in them.
    • companions. By day he lived in the physical world, but in the other
    • lived in the water-fog atmosphere, these incarnations were possible
    • lived according to the directions of the initiates, thereby purifying
    • still lived in the Buddha. This is not only a being who came over out
    • subconsciousness in the Buddha. But he could incarnate to live on the
    • At first, man lived in the bosom of the Godhead. Then he descended to
    • gall and the liver. The gall is the physical expression of the astral
    • called forth the liver. They have arisen through the fact that the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • livelier man's consciousness became in the physical world, the more he
    • accommodate themselves to the same animal forms in which man lived on
    • substances of the physical world moved. Man still lived in the womb of
    • as air now does. When I still lived in the water-earth I could endure
    • remember it, it is still true that what lives in the soul today lives
    • there is a spiritual world, that man can live in the spiritual world.
    • I have lived in it for three and a half days and bring you tidings
    • On the other hand, one who had lived as an initiate in the physical
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    • time in Egypt, could look into the spiritual world, lived in something
    • conscious of his personality. Earlier, man still lived in the heights
    • himself what really lived in the folk-soul. What did he see therein?
    • life was interwoven with the lives of forty-two ancestors. Therefore
    • lived as a pupil of one of the ancient initiates. Such a pupil's
    • perception. The way Osiris and Isis lived in the moon had become
    • What happens to it now? The pupil had gazed up at all that lived in
    • a lofty spirit lived in him. He made a remarkable statement, saying
    • Now let us look at those despised ones. They lived in the catacombs,
    • has disappeared from the earth, while what then lived in the catacombs
    • delivered at Oslo in 1910.
    • ‡ Note 5: This thought is more fully expounded in Rudolf Steiner's booklet, Anthroposophical Ethics, comprising three lectures delivered in 1912 in Norrköping.
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    • that can enliven and invigorate the whole of existence. To give
    • epoch. At the time when Christ Jesus lived on Earth, preceding
    • say, the karma of their previous lives — karma which had come to
    • that Christ lived for three years on the Earth in a human body
    • incarnations was that of Jeshu ben Pandira, who lived a hundred years
    • — in the thirty-third year of their lives. And the Maitreya
    • cannot live. Only then are our feelings what they ought to be, only
    • then do we live as building stones in that great work of construction
    • world — electricity arises. If what lives in the Harmony
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    • that can enliven and invigorate the whole of existence. To give
    • epoch. At the time when Christ Jesus lived on Earth, preceding
    • say, the karma of their previous lives — karma which had come to
    • that Christ lived for three years on the Earth in a human body
    • incarnations was that of Jeshu ben Pandira, who lived a hundred years
    • — in the thirty-third year of their lives. And the Maitreya
    • cannot live. Only then are our feelings what they ought to be, only
    • then do we live as building stones in that great work of construction
    • world — electricity arises. If what lives in the Harmony
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    • social community of men will live and grow together; think how
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    • social community of men will live and grow together; think how
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    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • keep a hold upon itself, and had it been delivered to these forces,
    • and intellectual lives in such a way that human beings may become
    • students of selflessness, that Christ may live within us so that we may
    • without, does one who lives in spiritual worlds know what is within
    • he needed in order to live rightly. Christ intervened three times, making
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    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • keep a hold upon itself, and had it been delivered to these forces,
    • and intellectual lives in such a way that human beings may become
    • students of selflessness, that Christ may live within us so that we may
    • without, does one who lives in spiritual worlds know what is within
    • he needed in order to live rightly. Christ intervened three times, making
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    • I have often pointed out how the human etheric body lives in intimate
    • universe. Here on earth we live in the physical world — in the world
    • being Lives his way into his physical body, and how he is able to draw
    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
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    • I have often pointed out how the human etheric body lives in intimate
    • universe. Here on earth we live in the physical world — in the world
    • being Lives his way into his physical body, and how he is able to draw
    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • The following remarks formed the content of a lecture I delivered on
    • “propaganda,” than it was the object of my lecture delivered
    • They may believe that a few people, with little to do in their daily lives,
    • remain just questions. People who lived during the 19th century, even
    • toils of this belief. The man I refer to was a peasant who lived a martyr's
    • by the splendor of purely scientific achievements. Only those who lived
    • active and alive within the man of the senses and alone capable of
    • to live again in the memories of the spiritual visitations of the previous
    • they can learn from everyone else during the rest of their lives, even if they
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • a super-terrestrial etheric man within, who works inwardly, alive and free.
    • continues to accompany us throughout the remainder of our lives as the
    • upon which we now live, is just as much the offspring of a preceding
    • several complex lives in other bodies. And the forces which make it capable of
    • he knows that the earth man passes through repeated earth lives, between
    • entirely natural for the epoch of human evolution in which we live today.
    • that annihilated him. Eminent scientists thereupon delivered themselves
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    • The following remarks formed the content of a lecture I delivered on
    • “propaganda,” than it was the object of my lecture delivered
    • They may believe that a few people, with little to do in their daily lives,
    • remain just questions. People who lived during the 19th century, even
    • toils of this belief. The man I refer to was a peasant who lived a martyr's
    • by the splendor of purely scientific achievements. Only those who lived
    • active and alive within the man of the senses and alone capable of
    • to live again in the memories of the spiritual visitations of the previous
    • they can learn from everyone else during the rest of their lives, even if they
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • a super-terrestrial etheric man within, who works inwardly, alive and free.
    • continues to accompany us throughout the remainder of our lives as the
    • upon which we now live, is just as much the offspring of a preceding
    • several complex lives in other bodies. And the forces which make it capable of
    • he knows that the earth man passes through repeated earth lives, between
    • entirely natural for the epoch of human evolution in which we live today.
    • that annihilated him. Eminent scientists thereupon delivered themselves
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • essential for this comprehension. The golden rule is this, “Live your
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • nation, the race or the century we live in, are subdued and
    • silent and utter only significant, lofty thoughts, if he lives a
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    • essential for this comprehension. The golden rule is this, “Live your
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • nation, the race or the century we live in, are subdued and
    • silent and utter only significant, lofty thoughts, if he lives a
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    • What therefore lives in
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
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    • What therefore lives in
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
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    • soul emancipate itself from the body. To live as a soul-spiritual
    • clairvoyant experiences of the soul as it lives independently of the
    • those of our time. In those ancient epochs man's soul lived in
    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • ascending course of our lives, up to our thirties, the fruits won from
    • former lives on earth and brought with us from the spiritual world
    • years we arrange our lives in accordance with the spiritual forces we
    • lives onward the forces of our soul-spiritual kernel begin to work.
    • work within us for the rest of our lives.
    • surplus of vital forces in his body to live beyond the descending
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • their inner lives perceived God, remained useful members of human
    • of nature because he felt he lived within the very soul of the
    • unfolding fresh forces and lived in the stage of childhood, as it
    • the wide reaches of the universe, something lives that must enter into
    • me if I am to fully know myself as a human being. But when I live on
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
    • the cosmos. Ever since that time this power lives in the same
    • atmosphere in which our souls live.
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    • soul emancipate itself from the body. To live as a soul-spiritual
    • clairvoyant experiences of the soul as it lives independently of the
    • those of our time. In those ancient epochs man's soul lived in
    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • ascending course of our lives, up to our thirties, the fruits won from
    • former lives on earth and brought with us from the spiritual world
    • years we arrange our lives in accordance with the spiritual forces we
    • lives onward the forces of our soul-spiritual kernel begin to work.
    • work within us for the rest of our lives.
    • surplus of vital forces in his body to live beyond the descending
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • their inner lives perceived God, remained useful members of human
    • of nature because he felt he lived within the very soul of the
    • unfolding fresh forces and lived in the stage of childhood, as it
    • the wide reaches of the universe, something lives that must enter into
    • me if I am to fully know myself as a human being. But when I live on
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
    • the cosmos. Ever since that time this power lives in the same
    • atmosphere in which our souls live.
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    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • waking life he lives in this bodily nature, so to speak, as a
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • see the interior of the Moon, where, in effect, there lives a
    • in the Universe — a cosmic fortress within which lives a population
    • today. They lived rather in etheric bodies, yet for the men who lived
    • effect, Beings of high perfection, very sublime Beings live — Beings
    • memory is our own deepest inner life on Earth, so too what lives in
    • imaginable part in our lives. What we are conscious of, is after all
    • Saturn forces enter into human life through all that lives in Karma,
    • process which also lives within us and of which we, once more, are but
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    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • waking life he lives in this bodily nature, so to speak, as a
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • see the interior of the Moon, where, in effect, there lives a
    • in the Universe — a cosmic fortress within which lives a population
    • today. They lived rather in etheric bodies, yet for the men who lived
    • effect, Beings of high perfection, very sublime Beings live — Beings
    • memory is our own deepest inner life on Earth, so too what lives in
    • imaginable part in our lives. What we are conscious of, is after all
    • Saturn forces enter into human life through all that lives in Karma,
    • process which also lives within us and of which we, once more, are but
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • of the human soul with all that lives in it as the eternally divine. So now
    • and others, but they lived much earlier and it is not
    • All our knowledge has always lived deeply in the feelings of men. We see
    • They live in what is around us as thunder and lightning and in the
    • deeply you are related to my own inner being," is the feeling that lived in
    • Golgotha can rise from the depths of the soul. This should live in our
    • Lives the Spirit of the Sun;
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • of the human soul with all that lives in it as the eternally divine. So now
    • and others, but they lived much earlier and it is not
    • All our knowledge has always lived deeply in the feelings of men. We see
    • They live in what is around us as thunder and lightning and in the
    • deeply you are related to my own inner being," is the feeling that lived in
    • Golgotha can rise from the depths of the soul. This should live in our
    • Lives the Spirit of the Sun;
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    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • Once upon a time there lived a man such as Homer. If you read with
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
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    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • Once upon a time there lived a man such as Homer. If you read with
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • hopeful. There are many harmful factors strongly influencing our lives
    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
    • them were experienced in our souls. Our lives would by no means be
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
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    • hopeful. There are many harmful factors strongly influencing our lives
    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
    • them were experienced in our souls. Our lives would by no means be
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • what are the processes which take place during illness in the liver, kidney,
    • of the liver, out of the big toe, or the like. Everything is finally reduced
    • can only study that its organization is opposite to that of the liver cell,
    • how a liver cell is something which continually tends to be built up if it is
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • antimony lives not only outside in the mineral antimony, but also is
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
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    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • what are the processes which take place during illness in the liver, kidney,
    • of the liver, out of the big toe, or the like. Everything is finally reduced
    • can only study that its organization is opposite to that of the liver cell,
    • how a liver cell is something which continually tends to be built up if it is
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • antimony lives not only outside in the mineral antimony, but also is
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • lived in the spiritual worlds as a spiritual Being of the nature of
    • It may be said, therefore, that there were three Archangel-lives in
    • the spiritual world, and that the Being who lived those lives was the
    • lived on in him. Disorder must inevitably have entered had not this
    • since lived on in the evolution of humanity. We take the right view of
    • feelings. Such a feeling as can live in our souls when we see a little
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • only have been expressive of that which lived within him, of the
    • within the unconscious nature and that the Christ-Force lives in the
    • lived as he was obliged to do. Later the peoples of Egypt, who were
    • understand the riddle — how the Christ lives in man's gift of speech.
    • represent things in the outer world, was delivered by Christ from
    • on such forms as live within him — forms such as that which flowed
    • And live and weave in its Divine Primal Beginning.
    • the thoughts which live in us and which then, as remembered thoughts
    • and ideas, live on further in us. And a time will come for humanity
    • they have lived through and experienced, upon that which lives on
    • through every idea. And if we make concepts and ideas alive within us
    • remember, just as the power of recollection lives within him, so in
    • this recollection there also lives the Christ-Impulse which has
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    • lived in the spiritual worlds as a spiritual Being of the nature of
    • It may be said, therefore, that there were three Archangel-lives in
    • the spiritual world, and that the Being who lived those lives was the
    • lived on in him. Disorder must inevitably have entered had not this
    • since lived on in the evolution of humanity. We take the right view of
    • feelings. Such a feeling as can live in our souls when we see a little
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • only have been expressive of that which lived within him, of the
    • within the unconscious nature and that the Christ-Force lives in the
    • lived as he was obliged to do. Later the peoples of Egypt, who were
    • understand the riddle — how the Christ lives in man's gift of speech.
    • represent things in the outer world, was delivered by Christ from
    • on such forms as live within him — forms such as that which flowed
    • And live and weave in its Divine Primal Beginning.
    • the thoughts which live in us and which then, as remembered thoughts
    • and ideas, live on further in us. And a time will come for humanity
    • they have lived through and experienced, upon that which lives on
    • through every idea. And if we make concepts and ideas alive within us
    • remember, just as the power of recollection lives within him, so in
    • this recollection there also lives the Christ-Impulse which has
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • lived in Athens felt himself to be first and foremost an
    • Herzen, an excellent thinker who lived in the nineteenth century and
    • kingdom still lives, that is what is revered by the Russian
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • semblance, that the soul in very truth lives on when it has passed
    • We want to live in Him, to receive Him into ourselves.
    • they live in the sixth epoch. It is not our way to turn as in Eastern
    • Christ, the Christ lives in them in very truth. All those who in this
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    • lived in Athens felt himself to be first and foremost an
    • Herzen, an excellent thinker who lived in the nineteenth century and
    • kingdom still lives, that is what is revered by the Russian
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • semblance, that the soul in very truth lives on when it has passed
    • We want to live in Him, to receive Him into ourselves.
    • they live in the sixth epoch. It is not our way to turn as in Eastern
    • Christ, the Christ lives in them in very truth. All those who in this
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    • our lives if we become bound by and dependent upon our bodies
    • this man there lives a spiritual counterpart, so also I can imagine
    • that in light there lives a spiritual counterpart.” Indeed,
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • The invisible light lives within us and fulfills
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • support from milk. If a person were to live exclusively on milk for
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    • our lives if we become bound by and dependent upon our bodies
    • this man there lives a spiritual counterpart, so also I can imagine
    • that in light there lives a spiritual counterpart.” Indeed,
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • The invisible light lives within us and fulfills
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • support from milk. If a person were to live exclusively on milk for
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • way appropriate to the fifth post-Atlantean age, what had lived as the
    • mystery of Isis and that which also lives in Christianity, we need only
    • who lived before the Mystery of Golgotha. If luciferic powers are within
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    • way appropriate to the fifth post-Atlantean age, what had lived as the
    • mystery of Isis and that which also lives in Christianity, we need only
    • who lived before the Mystery of Golgotha. If luciferic powers are within
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • instinctively lived together with their natural surroundings and with the
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • able to say to himself: ‘I live in this or that epoch. I am not man
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • of Golgotha. And we have often considered what it meant to live before the
    • various groups of people, living their lives scattered about the earth,
    • and all that lives in them. In the lowest classes of our schools we learn,
    • pictures, actually yielded him something that lived in the mineral, plant
    • In his Mystery-initiation man lived through this crisis. Yet out of it,
    • as he lived on earth was still called, in the language of ancient Mystery
    • further developed into conscious, exact clairvoyance. It then lives in a
    • immediately after death.’ A more modern man, who has meanwhile lived
    • alive in him. Previously it sat under the threshold of his consciousness,
    • to live in the whole history of the earth as an animal lives in the course
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
    • In those times the danger was that if he did not live his life on earth
    • Level, in its world. Otherwise man delivers himself up to chaos, which the
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    • instinctively lived together with their natural surroundings and with the
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • able to say to himself: ‘I live in this or that epoch. I am not man
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • of Golgotha. And we have often considered what it meant to live before the
    • various groups of people, living their lives scattered about the earth,
    • and all that lives in them. In the lowest classes of our schools we learn,
    • pictures, actually yielded him something that lived in the mineral, plant
    • In his Mystery-initiation man lived through this crisis. Yet out of it,
    • as he lived on earth was still called, in the language of ancient Mystery
    • further developed into conscious, exact clairvoyance. It then lives in a
    • immediately after death.’ A more modern man, who has meanwhile lived
    • alive in him. Previously it sat under the threshold of his consciousness,
    • to live in the whole history of the earth as an animal lives in the course
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
    • In those times the danger was that if he did not live his life on earth
    • Level, in its world. Otherwise man delivers himself up to chaos, which the
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • twenty-one. So the forces that live in Imagination, Inspiration and
    • The world of the senses and the world in which we work and live socially
    • how the forces of our own planet earth live within us. The moment we
    • child takes it in just because it lives in the warmth emanating from the
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • something alive, something that cannot be reduced to abstract principles
    • but which is alive and produces ever more life. That is the crux of the
    • another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
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    • twenty-one. So the forces that live in Imagination, Inspiration and
    • The world of the senses and the world in which we work and live socially
    • how the forces of our own planet earth live within us. The moment we
    • child takes it in just because it lives in the warmth emanating from the
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • something alive, something that cannot be reduced to abstract principles
    • but which is alive and produces ever more life. That is the crux of the
    • another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • deceived today. Men today think the following: Well, today we live in
    • illusion — one of the many illusions in which humanity lives today.
    • of social instincts today, we must take into account that we live in
    • The social leaders and agitators, for example, live in the illusion
    • between the social and the antisocial. And that which lives in us as
    • demands arise in our time? Well, we live in the age of the Spiritual
    • a one-sided way. As men live nowadays, certain words (I will not say
    • had affected our lives, helping us on or teaching us something. When
    • he or she were a stranger at an earlier time in our lives; of
    • taking a world journey lives in those who wish to spread socialism over
    • People are thus differentiated according to where they live and how
    • being prepared for the present and which will live into the future. We
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    • deceived today. Men today think the following: Well, today we live in
    • illusion — one of the many illusions in which humanity lives today.
    • of social instincts today, we must take into account that we live in
    • The social leaders and agitators, for example, live in the illusion
    • between the social and the antisocial. And that which lives in us as
    • demands arise in our time? Well, we live in the age of the Spiritual
    • a one-sided way. As men live nowadays, certain words (I will not say
    • had affected our lives, helping us on or teaching us something. When
    • he or she were a stranger at an earlier time in our lives; of
    • taking a world journey lives in those who wish to spread socialism over
    • People are thus differentiated according to where they live and how
    • being prepared for the present and which will live into the future. We
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    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • consciousness in a truly spiritual way what was spiritually alive in Goethe.
    • not inwardly dead, if they are inwardly alive, the impulse of the
    • those who, with their classical scholarship, live in that afterglow of
    • through a man's own soul. But men who are impelled to live earnestly
    • — they will make it possible for the spirit itself to come alive in
    • to that! In the economic sphere it is impossible for men to live
    • earth in order to live on flat ground, among green things or upon
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    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • consciousness in a truly spiritual way what was spiritually alive in Goethe.
    • not inwardly dead, if they are inwardly alive, the impulse of the
    • those who, with their classical scholarship, live in that afterglow of
    • through a man's own soul. But men who are impelled to live earnestly
    • — they will make it possible for the spirit itself to come alive in
    • to that! In the economic sphere it is impossible for men to live
    • earth in order to live on flat ground, among green things or upon
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    • connected with man's sleeping condition. This kind of feeling lives
    • during sleep. What lives in this will lies — and rightly so for the
    • fraught with antipathy there is still a certain lively intensity. When
    • you see, lives in us as abstraction only. In feeling, inasmuch as we
    • already approaching the condition in which we live at the present
    • realize that the Greek had already begun to live very intensely in his
    • felt the element in which the sun lives within the human being as the
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    • connected with man's sleeping condition. This kind of feeling lives
    • during sleep. What lives in this will lies — and rightly so for the
    • fraught with antipathy there is still a certain lively intensity. When
    • you see, lives in us as abstraction only. In feeling, inasmuch as we
    • already approaching the condition in which we live at the present
    • realize that the Greek had already begun to live very intensely in his
    • felt the element in which the sun lives within the human being as the
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    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • lives in his own inner being must on no account be allowed to play a
    • performing the action — all this lives in me in no other way than do
    • character now lives in the soul as “imaginative” consciousness.
    • which lives beyond birth and death; he attains to a direct beholding
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    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • lives in his own inner being must on no account be allowed to play a
    • performing the action — all this lives in me in no other way than do
    • character now lives in the soul as “imaginative” consciousness.
    • which lives beyond birth and death; he attains to a direct beholding
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    • In his pre-earthly existence man lives in a world of pure Spirit,
    • existence we live in a world that is but a copy of true reality.
    • without the many who live around him. Slender indeed are the roots
    • The world of spirit in which we live during our pre-earthly existence
    • not forget that he has lived in the spirit in pre-earthly existence.
    • in the etheric body — so does Goodness live in the astral body. And
    • nature, when, to begin with, as he lives in his physical body, he is
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
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    • In his pre-earthly existence man lives in a world of pure Spirit,
    • existence we live in a world that is but a copy of true reality.
    • without the many who live around him. Slender indeed are the roots
    • The world of spirit in which we live during our pre-earthly existence
    • not forget that he has lived in the spirit in pre-earthly existence.
    • in the etheric body — so does Goodness live in the astral body. And
    • nature, when, to begin with, as he lives in his physical body, he is
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
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    • because it was dreamlike it had a far more lively way of perceiving
    • Euclid gave in the way of geometry had already lived in the Mysteries
    • until falling asleep again man lives in a wide-awake consciousness,
    • in the spiritual world before birth, or conception. There we lived in
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • these same phenomena of the spatial universe I lived before my birth;
    • that they had lived in a spiritual world before they walked on earth.
    • This knowledge of the world in which man lives before he descends to
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • we live through between birth and death. For this reason the science
    • that concerns itself with the world we live in between death and
    • As man lives here on the earth and concerns himself with gaining
    • Moreover, it is in these forces especially that we live between
    • in outer space. The soul then lives as it will live consciously in
    • from the earth out into the world of the stars where we live between
    • the forces of which we partake because we live in our bodies, are at
    • work. These forces work particularly in what we live through between
    • perceive only what is external to ourselves; that wherein we live is
    • The forces of knowledge, faith and feeling that live in man to-day can
    • but were really concerned with the original God, Jehovah, who lives in
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • because it was dreamlike it had a far more lively way of perceiving
    • Euclid gave in the way of geometry had already lived in the Mysteries
    • until falling asleep again man lives in a wide-awake consciousness,
    • in the spiritual world before birth, or conception. There we lived in
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • these same phenomena of the spatial universe I lived before my birth;
    • that they had lived in a spiritual world before they walked on earth.
    • This knowledge of the world in which man lives before he descends to
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • we live through between birth and death. For this reason the science
    • that concerns itself with the world we live in between death and
    • As man lives here on the earth and concerns himself with gaining
    • Moreover, it is in these forces especially that we live between
    • in outer space. The soul then lives as it will live consciously in
    • from the earth out into the world of the stars where we live between
    • the forces of which we partake because we live in our bodies, are at
    • work. These forces work particularly in what we live through between
    • perceive only what is external to ourselves; that wherein we live is
    • The forces of knowledge, faith and feeling that live in man to-day can
    • but were really concerned with the original God, Jehovah, who lives in
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • never be able to live without a glimpse of, without knowledge of real
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
    • sexual and live in that element which is beyond it. And people will
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    • never be able to live without a glimpse of, without knowledge of real
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
    • sexual and live in that element which is beyond it. And people will
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • lived on earth as Christ-Jesus, had been condemned to a shameful
    • who lived on the earth did not possess a knowledge of the kind termed
    • “knowledge” by us. The first men who lived on the earth
    • convictions that man can live only in his body and that, as a
    • lives in Ahriman's soul since the period stretching from the forties
    • humanity must live more forcefully if it wants to pass through death
    • and yet remain alive. Death, in this connection, is also the
    • manifestations, did not die inwardly. They always remained alive.
    • They could laugh at death because they remained alive inwardly. The
    • is active, we do not really live. We must feel that when we are
    • thinking, we are not really alive, that our life is poured into the
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    • lived on earth as Christ-Jesus, had been condemned to a shameful
    • who lived on the earth did not possess a knowledge of the kind termed
    • “knowledge” by us. The first men who lived on the earth
    • convictions that man can live only in his body and that, as a
    • lives in Ahriman's soul since the period stretching from the forties
    • humanity must live more forcefully if it wants to pass through death
    • and yet remain alive. Death, in this connection, is also the
    • manifestations, did not die inwardly. They always remained alive.
    • They could laugh at death because they remained alive inwardly. The
    • is active, we do not really live. We must feel that when we are
    • thinking, we are not really alive, that our life is poured into the
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • however, the point becomes alive, the zero becomes an active Cause.
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
    • True Mysticism lives in the light, not in the darkness.
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    • An address delivered to the First Annual Congress of the Federation
    • will prove. Even when the man who lives in this every-day world does
    • however, the point becomes alive, the zero becomes an active Cause.
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
    • True Mysticism lives in the light, not in the darkness.
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    • alive and unequaled through the centuries.
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    • alive and unequaled through the centuries.
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    • The tradition is as follows: In Western Asia there lived a merchant
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • empire, what lived then in its external appearance as the Roman State,
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • of the Widow there will live the inviolable principle that Evil must
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    • The tradition is as follows: In Western Asia there lived a merchant
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • empire, what lived then in its external appearance as the Roman State,
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • of the Widow there will live the inviolable principle that Evil must
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    • not obliged to close our ears, because the ear lives in the outer
    • how, whilst in them all there is an experience lived in common with
    • ego-sense, are poorly developed. Such a man lives as it were without
    • sphere in which we live for ourselves, related to the outer world
    • mathematics lives at a deeper level than our ordinary soul-life. And
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • of the relationship of the moral world, within which we live with our
    • naked concepts. What lived in it was a body of abstractions. We can
    • — it was possible to live with the culture of the upper man, but
    • it will not be possible to live with the culture of the lower man. For
    • soul which has unconscious memories of earlier lives on earth. Man is
    • ever and again urged towards what he has outlived. To-day he often
    • to life, one cannot live by it. Life itself gives the lie to such an
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • previous earth lives and to whom it is therefore easy to communicate
    • ideation with previous earth-lives, and the faculty of memory with the
    • to such inner tragedy in their lives. For this tragic attitude towards
    • we have in our lives not only an ascending development, but a
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • he comes into association here with the Spirits who live in the Moon sphere
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • Sun, to that Sun existence which lived in all his incarnations so far as
    • We see how in the Sun sphere he is able to live through over again in a deep
    • companion of Christ Jesus — he is able to live over again what he
    • What he gives us is a biography of the Raphael Thought as it has lived here on
    • the hearts and minds of men, what lives of him still in their reverence and
    • this, through the magic idealism that lives in the soul of Novalis, appears
    • material thing — with the magic idealism of his poetry he can make it live
    • live; and then, after you have gone through the gate of death, you will find
    • your soul, but you are able also to make the Michael Thought live in your
    • Thought becomes fully alive — four times twelve human beings, that is, who
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    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • he comes into association here with the Spirits who live in the Moon sphere
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • Sun, to that Sun existence which lived in all his incarnations so far as
    • We see how in the Sun sphere he is able to live through over again in a deep
    • companion of Christ Jesus — he is able to live over again what he
    • What he gives us is a biography of the Raphael Thought as it has lived here on
    • the hearts and minds of men, what lives of him still in their reverence and
    • this, through the magic idealism that lives in the soul of Novalis, appears
    • material thing — with the magic idealism of his poetry he can make it live
    • live; and then, after you have gone through the gate of death, you will find
    • your soul, but you are able also to make the Michael Thought live in your
    • Thought becomes fully alive — four times twelve human beings, that is, who
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    • the dead stands upon a ‘soil’, lives in an environment which
    • and come together with what will live on Earth as a physical body, The
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • the element in which the dead live. For consider: what we here feel as
    • the dead live. The kingdom in which the dead live can easily be
    • How does the dead come near me again so that I can live in him? These
    • for the dead when he was alive, and address yourself to him not
    • of our own soul — there lives what our dead have to say to us.
    • which we and our dead continually live. We should realise that in
    • who died in old age live, through being able to enter more easily into
    • lives on in us and we actually feel what) the child feels. In reality,
    • lives on in us and remains with us, it is good that the service of
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    • the dead stands upon a ‘soil’, lives in an environment which
    • and come together with what will live on Earth as a physical body, The
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • the element in which the dead live. For consider: what we here feel as
    • the dead live. The kingdom in which the dead live can easily be
    • How does the dead come near me again so that I can live in him? These
    • for the dead when he was alive, and address yourself to him not
    • of our own soul — there lives what our dead have to say to us.
    • which we and our dead continually live. We should realise that in
    • who died in old age live, through being able to enter more easily into
    • lives on in us and we actually feel what) the child feels. In reality,
    • lives on in us and remains with us, it is good that the service of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • upon which humanity is now placed, upon which we are to work and live,
    • ye Greeks, ye remain children all your lives, and in your childish
    • companions, he lived with them as we now live with human beings. There
    • they lived, and which they experienced directly.
    • to live solely in that spiritual world. A connecting link must be
    • incarnation. But we are a people today who live in abstractions, and
    • who represent such things as theories. In ancient Egypt all this lived
  • 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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    • childhood has been accustomed to live with sense conceptions will not,
    • because his nerve system has lived under sickly conditions, be able to
    • may have the healthiest ideas, which, if he were to live under quite
    • etheric forms; among whom we once lived, when we were able to be
    • propagation of humanity was entirely different. Man lived more in the
    • vapours. In this man lived as a true airy form, and the currents
    • but at the same time the forces which today live in the power of
    • fertilization, who lives principally on the sun, went forth from the
    • etheric Gods with whom men lived during the Atlantean period. In
    • Man had lived through numerous epochs in which he was variously
    • pass through before it comes to an end. Man will, however, live on
  • 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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    • live, and which forms the centre of our studies.
    • covering for the animal-ego. These group egos live as single
    • the sun formed one body. Man was already there though he lived under
    • live in that earth-sun body. Today he is so organized that, when a
    • certain point in earthly evolution — man began to live as a soul,
  • 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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    • Now the Spiritual Beings of whom we have spoken live in these various
    • watery element, Spiritual Beings live in it, and are actually embodied
    • distinguish them with external vision. In this element live the Beings
    • our air, those Beings live whom we called Archangels. It is no fairy
  • 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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    • half-alive. One has an approximate idea of what this basic substance
  • 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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    • should have lived for the first time with his external physical
    • in such a condition that he only lives instinctively on into the
  • 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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    • passed through that which I now see in lions and snakes; I lived in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • to the needs of the spiritual beings that live on them.
  • 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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    • know that the Gods lack something when man does not live in love. The
    • Atlantean epoch man lived with numerous divine beings, and the less
    • he lives more and more his own, that he should master them more and
    • physically, when he lived in the spiritual world; then came the time
    • case of the Christ, Who lived as the spiritual part of the sunlight,
  • 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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    • could see divine spiritual beings did he really begin to live; it was
    • their whole disposition, had lived less in that which was of the earth
    • that he lived more in the spiritual than in the physical world, and
    • remembrance of this world when he lived on the other side between
  • 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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    • lives, strives, and has a tragic end. At the same time the tragedy
    • It is true that in the normal evolution of man those who lived over
    • cause of his karma, only when he lived in Yoga, could the difference
    • experienced an Egyptian environment; having lived through other
    • lived a change in thought had arisen regarding the solar system.
    • enter into the soul of Copernicus. This soul had lived in the age of
    • and lived on as a memory into the Egyptian age, is embodied more and
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • in the motto “In Christo Morimur”; in Christ we die to live
    • above, to live upwards to the Spirit. “Per Spiritum Sanctum
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • encounter between what lived in the souls of the questioners and what
    • lived in the soul of the answerer. A pedantic rearrangement of the
    • re-enlivened by the lymph vessels, and in the process they are
    • when someone lives in a certain area where people focus more on the
    • understand that people there must constantly re-enliven in their
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    • encounter between what lived in the souls of the questioners and what
    • lived in the soul of the answerer. A pedantic rearrangement of the
    • re-enlivened by the lymph vessels, and in the process they are
    • when someone lives in a certain area where people focus more on the
    • understand that people there must constantly re-enliven in their
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    • Topics included are: Enlivening the Sense Processes and Ensouling
    • Moon time, when he lived only in such visions, had to be regarded as
    • or on the tongue, it lives now in the eye and in the ear. The
    • specialisation in which it lives today, at the present stage in the
    • the physical. For the spirit lives in all physical things, and if one
    • says: Man as he lives here on earth has two fundamental impulses, the
    • live in everything present in instinct, in emotion. Here, too, man is
    • evolution of the world. In Schiller's exposition there lives what we
    • become more alive. That is the real procedure, though given a more
    • reach down into that realm where spirit lives in the way known to the
    • breathing, can live enhanced in the soul, so that it ceases to be
    • alive in it for a greater concreteness, though this could not yet be
    • of earth; that is quite obvious. What sort of power, then, lives in
    • to live on any other level of existence as well. He would never go on
    • pictures. They would say: Once upon a time lived Uranus. And in
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    • Topics included are: Enlivening the Sense Processes and Ensouling
    • Moon time, when he lived only in such visions, had to be regarded as
    • or on the tongue, it lives now in the eye and in the ear. The
    • specialisation in which it lives today, at the present stage in the
    • the physical. For the spirit lives in all physical things, and if one
    • says: Man as he lives here on earth has two fundamental impulses, the
    • live in everything present in instinct, in emotion. Here, too, man is
    • evolution of the world. In Schiller's exposition there lives what we
    • become more alive. That is the real procedure, though given a more
    • reach down into that realm where spirit lives in the way known to the
    • breathing, can live enhanced in the soul, so that it ceases to be
    • alive in it for a greater concreteness, though this could not yet be
    • of earth; that is quite obvious. What sort of power, then, lives in
    • to live on any other level of existence as well. He would never go on
    • pictures. They would say: Once upon a time lived Uranus. And in
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • the right form to the social institutions in which they lived. He asks
    • own resources. It lived on in such a way that a man like Schiller, who
    • had, had it living in these instincts. In some way it still lived. Now
    • active in man, but only while he sleeps. In your foods live the
    • Hierarchy, which lives in the breathing, in all the rhythmic
    • Cherubim and Thrones, they are alive in nutriments.
    • structure has three members. You cannot live as human beings without
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    • live on in humanity in a way quite different from the way imagined by
    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • the right form to the social institutions in which they lived. He asks
    • own resources. It lived on in such a way that a man like Schiller, who
    • had, had it living in these instincts. In some way it still lived. Now
    • active in man, but only while he sleeps. In your foods live the
    • Hierarchy, which lives in the breathing, in all the rhythmic
    • Cherubim and Thrones, they are alive in nutriments.
    • structure has three members. You cannot live as human beings without
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    • that have survived from earlier times, when Man lived in more
    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • plant and animal kingdoms — in the very same way do we live with
    • particular, with our rhythmic system we live in the spiritual sphere
    • life or in one of the following earth-lives. Thus we can say that what
    • sphere of willing, then we live, first of all, in the sphere of
    • into it a consciousness of the actual spiritual world in which we live
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    • that have survived from earlier times, when Man lived in more
    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • plant and animal kingdoms — in the very same way do we live with
    • particular, with our rhythmic system we live in the spiritual sphere
    • life or in one of the following earth-lives. Thus we can say that what
    • sphere of willing, then we live, first of all, in the sphere of
    • into it a consciousness of the actual spiritual world in which we live
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    • the Cosmic Ego. What lives within me is the human Ego.
    • his previous earthly lives.
    • transmitted by heredity and so build up a heart, a liver and the other
    • not build it into the organism of man, neither would there be a liver
    • Around man live other creatures — and they too are not merely
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    • the Cosmic Ego. What lives within me is the human Ego.
    • his previous earthly lives.
    • transmitted by heredity and so build up a heart, a liver and the other
    • not build it into the organism of man, neither would there be a liver
    • Around man live other creatures — and they too are not merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • the soul-world, we are in a world which lives altogether in sound and
    • earthly incarnation. Here the head-system lives and thrives, in order
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • heavenly activities, as I described just now, there lives what you
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • If you were born at the age of seven — if you lived till your
    • spiritual, to incarnate the spiritual, and live with it. Hence, my
    • consciousness should live, that we are the kernel of a humanity which
    • spiritual being. And if he truly lives his way into the spiritual
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    • the soul-world, we are in a world which lives altogether in sound and
    • earthly incarnation. Here the head-system lives and thrives, in order
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • heavenly activities, as I described just now, there lives what you
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • If you were born at the age of seven — if you lived till your
    • spiritual, to incarnate the spiritual, and live with it. Hence, my
    • consciousness should live, that we are the kernel of a humanity which
    • spiritual being. And if he truly lives his way into the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • lived many times; but not all of you are conscious that you have lived
    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • for the sake of their own livelihood, to the extent that their business
    • [self-functioning] live electric mass. In a way that cannot be discussed,
    • still to live through two more periods of this great epoch. Then will
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    • lived many times; but not all of you are conscious that you have lived
    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • for the sake of their own livelihood, to the extent that their business
    • [self-functioning] live electric mass. In a way that cannot be discussed,
    • still to live through two more periods of this great epoch. Then will
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    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • He is known as the “Apostle of Germany.” He lived
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    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • He is known as the “Apostle of Germany.” He lived
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • of the blood. Then we get heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach. From
    • Archangels, Angels. In this form-creating activity lives the Third
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • one who has lived thoughtlessly or wantonly. But we do not find this
    • not propose to speak to-day — men live together with those with
    • simple. Each single human being lives together with those to whom he
    • “present” in the sense that we live and move and act amid
    • Having lived our life together in a manner that is now revealed to us
    • Having lived for a time in this phase of existence, we pass gradually
    • lives be connected with us.
    • we tell each other what we know. Our words live in the physical body
    • shut off that which lives behind the merely material. But now imagine
    • the spoken Cosmic Word in its very being. There, men live in and with
    • truth men live for one another. And when we live for one another on
    • Having lived through this period of time, man enters upon another,
    • We live in the physical world of Earth. We perceive the outer world
    • The second world, bordering on the first. In this world live the
    • physically, and lives in your will — but you are not aware of it.
    • in it live the dead, the seemingly dead.
    • and physical world; he lives in the force of gravity, in the mercurial
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    • which help us to describe the spiritual world in which man lives
    • Teachers who lived among men in very ancient times of Earth evolution.
    • lived on Earth man would have been without an initial impetus for his
    • the beings of the Third Hierarchy, and has to live there among them
    • the next sphere, where he lives among Beings who also belong to the
    • entering the Sun sphere man lives only among human beings with whom he
    • super-earthly world in which man lives between death and a new birth,
    • The age in which we live is, therefore, also bound up with the
    • which he lives between death and a new birth, man is perpetually
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    • earthly lives has been adequately presented in such a book as
    • waves of the Cosmos. In the Mars region the human being lives among
    • learns to know all that lives in the memory of the Gods of our
    • enables him to be a citizen of the Cosmos and to live in the Cosmos
    • among the Beings of the higher Hierarchies, even as he lives on earth
    • live sees to it that we do not succumb to pride! It would be, my dear
    • outcome of his previous earthly lives. The fact that we receive into
    • he lives at the beginning of his life on Earth.
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    • world in which man verily lives his life between death and a new
    • stretching between death and a new birth lives within us even during
    • skin. Within him live all the splendours of the Cosmos, and we must
    • we can learn to perceive what lives in the rocks through the presence
    • us in wonderful words by the Beings among whom we live between death
    • Exusiai, Kyriotetes, Dynamis, among whom we also live for a certain
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    • the soul has lived through is something entirely different from
    • however, enables human beings to live in those forces of the
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • human beings live in this world without consciousness. You can
    • live in these thoughts when they stand on the other side of the
    • threshold leading into the spiritual world. They can live in
    • consciousness and knowledge of them. In sleep we all live
    • which they live consciously from awakening to falling asleep.
    • beings live in the inner being of the mineral world.
    • spiritual world. In this third stage of sleep we live with the
    • we live within the divine spiritual beings themselves.
    • as in our waking consciousness we live the life of thinking,
    • conception. We learn to know how we have lived between death
    • time we pass through dreamless sleep, we live in this same
    • world in which we lived before we descended into our physical
    • live in this world every night when we pass into the third
    • Golgotha lived with the other divine, spiritual beings,
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • the soul has lived through is something entirely different from
    • however, enables human beings to live in those forces of the
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • human beings live in this world without consciousness. You can
    • live in these thoughts when they stand on the other side of the
    • threshold leading into the spiritual world. They can live in
    • consciousness and knowledge of them. In sleep we all live
    • which they live consciously from awakening to falling asleep.
    • beings live in the inner being of the mineral world.
    • spiritual world. In this third stage of sleep we live with the
    • we live within the divine spiritual beings themselves.
    • as in our waking consciousness we live the life of thinking,
    • conception. We learn to know how we have lived between death
    • time we pass through dreamless sleep, we live in this same
    • world in which we lived before we descended into our physical
    • live in this world every night when we pass into the third
    • Golgotha lived with the other divine, spiritual beings,
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    • after the moment of falling asleep, a more and more lively activity of
    • This lively activity of the etheric body streams out, in particular,
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • Revelations, because they live, in accordance with their inner
    • say: it is as if thoughts were starting to flow. What lives otherwise
    • needs this whole activity. For he must live on within it, when he has
    • being lives on earth, alternating between waking and sleeping. During
    • the forms of the physical body. During sleep he lives with the etheric
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • live on earth, are realities; they too are illusion; the realities are
    • because he felt that spirit did indeed live in what had shrunk to the
    • In our human Thinking there lives the activity of the Angels.
    • In our human speech, which springs from Feeling, there lives for man
    • goes on in the astral body — there lives during the night, when
    • But what lives outside in this way, these super-sensible activities of
    • As long as man stands upon Earth, he lives among the revelations of
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    • after the moment of falling asleep, a more and more lively activity of
    • This lively activity of the etheric body streams out, in particular,
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • Revelations, because they live, in accordance with their inner
    • say: it is as if thoughts were starting to flow. What lives otherwise
    • needs this whole activity. For he must live on within it, when he has
    • being lives on earth, alternating between waking and sleeping. During
    • the forms of the physical body. During sleep he lives with the etheric
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • live on earth, are realities; they too are illusion; the realities are
    • because he felt that spirit did indeed live in what had shrunk to the
    • In our human Thinking there lives the activity of the Angels.
    • In our human speech, which springs from Feeling, there lives for man
    • goes on in the astral body — there lives during the night, when
    • But what lives outside in this way, these super-sensible activities of
    • As long as man stands upon Earth, he lives among the revelations of
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    • The soul is reminded to live in remembrance of Spirit.
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    • You live within the limbs,
    • Live remembering Spirit
    • And you will live truly
    • You live in the heart-lung throbbing,
    • Live meditating on Spirit
    • You live in the reposing head
    • Live with Spirit-Vision
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    • You live in the limbs
    • And you will truly live
    • You live in the heart-lung-beat
    • You live in the reposing head
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    • You live in the limbs
    • And you will truly live
    • You live in the heart-lung-beat
    • You live in the reposing head
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    • following trend of thought. If we truly observe the lives of many men
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • there has lived, through all the centuries, an echo of the ‘Christ’
    • Nazareth as he lived on the Earth. And this ‘Super-humanity’
    • incredulous of all that was said to have lived as Divine Substance in
    • where his soul-being lives in a spiritual world, just as the being
    • incarnate in the body lives in a physical world.
    • the bed while the true spiritual and soul kernel of his being lives
    • of all the experiences won through repeated earthly lives and the
    • has lived in all my forefathers.’ Thus the individual member of
    • contained or exhausted in the physical being of man, but which lives
    • that which links brother and sister together but in that which lives
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    • following trend of thought. If we truly observe the lives of many men
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • there has lived, through all the centuries, an echo of the ‘Christ’
    • Nazareth as he lived on the Earth. And this ‘Super-humanity’
    • incredulous of all that was said to have lived as Divine Substance in
    • where his soul-being lives in a spiritual world, just as the being
    • incarnate in the body lives in a physical world.
    • the bed while the true spiritual and soul kernel of his being lives
    • of all the experiences won through repeated earthly lives and the
    • has lived in all my forefathers.’ Thus the individual member of
    • contained or exhausted in the physical being of man, but which lives
    • that which links brother and sister together but in that which lives
    • “The Origin of the Animal World” [Delivered
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    • Spiritual Science lived in one of the greatest artists of our time. In
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • to live into their mood and atmosphere and then we shall begin to
    • Our remote ancestors lived in a region lying to the West of Europe,
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • God brooded over the face of the waters! The wisdom that lived on
    • and became a self-contained being. When all men live in close
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • for each man perceives the same wisdom, each man lives in the soul
    • their forefathers lived away yonder in the West and wandered towards
    • they did not live a physical existence.
    • element of wisdom common to all men in earlier times lived in water,
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • were created by this wisdom as it lived in the springs and brooks,
    • the soul pervading plant, animal and man, lives in bodies which,
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • which lived in all the great masters. It lived, too, in Goethe who
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    • Spiritual Science lived in one of the greatest artists of our time. In
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • to live into their mood and atmosphere and then we shall begin to
    • Our remote ancestors lived in a region lying to the West of Europe,
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • God brooded over the face of the waters! The wisdom that lived on
    • and became a self-contained being. When all men live in close
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • for each man perceives the same wisdom, each man lives in the soul
    • their forefathers lived away yonder in the West and wandered towards
    • they did not live a physical existence.
    • element of wisdom common to all men in earlier times lived in water,
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • were created by this wisdom as it lived in the springs and brooks,
    • the soul pervading plant, animal and man, lives in bodies which,
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • which lived in all the great masters. It lived, too, in Goethe who
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • Now a change took place in Western culture between all that lived in
    • Initiation-wisdom which had lived in Asia Minor, Northern Africa, in
    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • philosopher is Plotinus, who lived in the third century A.D. Plotinus
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • lived at the beginning of the third century A.D. It is said that
    • rise to very high levels of spiritual perception. The lives of men
    • have no longer any inkling to-day of the wisdom that lived in the
    • attained to knowledge of how the Christ had lived in Jesus and of His
    • and demons in the universe. And this has lived on in the chaos of our
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    • Now a change took place in Western culture between all that lived in
    • Initiation-wisdom which had lived in Asia Minor, Northern Africa, in
    • from medieval tradition a hatred of all that lived in personalities
    • philosopher is Plotinus, who lived in the third century A.D. Plotinus
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • lived at the beginning of the third century A.D. It is said that
    • rise to very high levels of spiritual perception. The lives of men
    • have no longer any inkling to-day of the wisdom that lived in the
    • attained to knowledge of how the Christ had lived in Jesus and of His
    • and demons in the universe. And this has lived on in the chaos of our
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • delivered at MUNICH on the 20th of March, 1916.
    • not as yet grasp clearly, nevertheless lived within his soul as a
    • that the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai live above us, you will also
    • therein that it weaves and lives in our etheric body. Yet, while we
    • live within our physical body, we believe that only the things we
    • do not only live for ourselves; we also live for the whole universe.
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • well do without this knowledge. Indeed, we can live quite comfortably
    • knowledge! For, in reality, we cannot live without it. Indeed, at the
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • present conditions arose, inducing men to believe that they can live
    • still lives to-day upon the old inheritance in every sphere, upon the
    • connected with what weaves and lives in the world.
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    • delivered at MUNICH on the 20th of March, 1916.
    • not as yet grasp clearly, nevertheless lived within his soul as a
    • that the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai live above us, you will also
    • therein that it weaves and lives in our etheric body. Yet, while we
    • live within our physical body, we believe that only the things we
    • do not only live for ourselves; we also live for the whole universe.
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • well do without this knowledge. Indeed, we can live quite comfortably
    • knowledge! For, in reality, we cannot live without it. Indeed, at the
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • present conditions arose, inducing men to believe that they can live
    • still lives to-day upon the old inheritance in every sphere, upon the
    • connected with what weaves and lives in the world.
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    • bones.” Truly, the Greek Temple lives in us because we are that
    • takes place. Again the upshot is that Diocletian still lives. The
    • which we live.
    • bring home to you that for everything that truly lives, in the course
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    • bones.” Truly, the Greek Temple lives in us because we are that
    • takes place. Again the upshot is that Diocletian still lives. The
    • which we live.
    • bring home to you that for everything that truly lives, in the course
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    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • souls of those who lived a little while before the Mystery of
    • They had a memory of the time the human soul lives through, before he
    • higher Hierarchies, of spiritual Beings. I lived in a world where the
    • space not physical but spiritual. I lived in that world where the
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • initiates lived in expectation of the Healer, the Hælend
    • 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1st centuries B.C., this question lived,
    • lived in the age when the Mystery of Golgotha was drawing near, the
    • learned to know the Christ, with whom indeed all human beings lived
    • Thus as the initiates lived on, ever and increasingly
    • alive: In Christo morimur.
    • How shall the soul live on when the body falls into decay? In olden
    • live with you on the Earth, that ye may have power to kindle your
    • that is to say, in Him we live.
    • Before we come down to Earth, we human beings live in a
    • you in the life between birth and death. He is fully alive, filled
    • with the living flesh and blood. We say, he is alive. Then he passes
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    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • A lecture delivered in Manchester College Chapel,
    • souls of those who lived a little while before the Mystery of
    • They had a memory of the time the human soul lives through, before he
    • higher Hierarchies, of spiritual Beings. I lived in a world where the
    • space not physical but spiritual. I lived in that world where the
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • initiates lived in expectation of the Healer, the Hælend
    • 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1st centuries B.C., this question lived,
    • lived in the age when the Mystery of Golgotha was drawing near, the
    • learned to know the Christ, with whom indeed all human beings lived
    • Thus as the initiates lived on, ever and increasingly
    • alive: In Christo morimur.
    • How shall the soul live on when the body falls into decay? In olden
    • live with you on the Earth, that ye may have power to kindle your
    • that is to say, in Him we live.
    • Before we come down to Earth, we human beings live in a
    • you in the life between birth and death. He is fully alive, filled
    • with the living flesh and blood. We say, he is alive. Then he passes
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on April 13th, 1923. Authorized
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on April 13th, 1923. Authorized
    • Within language lives the Genius of language. Language is not
    • lives the Genius of language. And the Genius of Language belongs
    • live man's utterances articulated into speech, then that
    • Hierarchy who lived in his language as in more recent times. The
    • live in the spiritual world. To-day we will extend this into a realm
    • as it lives in the soul of the Archangel. True, the ordinary person
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • called the Michael thought! This Michael thought should be alive,
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on April 13th, 1923. Authorized
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on April 13th, 1923. Authorized
    • Within language lives the Genius of language. Language is not
    • lives the Genius of language. And the Genius of Language belongs
    • live man's utterances articulated into speech, then that
    • Hierarchy who lived in his language as in more recent times. The
    • live in the spiritual world. To-day we will extend this into a realm
    • as it lives in the soul of the Archangel. True, the ordinary person
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • called the Michael thought! This Michael thought should be alive,
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • fragment only of the world in which man lives and moves as a thinking
    • which lives in men to reach the spiritual world again was therefore
    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • kinship with the spiritual world. Such ideas lived in European
    • lived and worked with a tremendous power. And that is why even to-day
    • Westwards of the Ural and Volga districts live the beings whose
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    • fragment only of the world in which man lives and moves as a thinking
    • which lives in men to reach the spiritual world again was therefore
    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • kinship with the spiritual world. Such ideas lived in European
    • lived and worked with a tremendous power. And that is why even to-day
    • Westwards of the Ural and Volga districts live the beings whose
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    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • lives in the physical. It is, in fact, the first of the super-sensible
    • True, he has laid aside this elemental body and he now lives on
    • Now man develops more and more as he lives through the time between
    • course subject to the conditions under which man must live in the
    • connection. We know that throughout the world in which we live
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • He who lives above, between death and birth, judges in this way, it
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • All in all, what man lives through on Earth is multiply connected
    • process through all the signs of the zodiac. Man lives for about as
    • in one day as the number of days he lives, or as the number of years
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
    • ground a little in the world, so that those who lived later would
    • external theories; they should live their way into our consciousness,
    • the most appalling arrogance, which would live as a dim feeling in
    • sphere. Then, having lived through the gate of death with the right
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    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • A lecture delivered in Zurich, on December 3rd, 1916.
    • lives in the physical. It is, in fact, the first of the super-sensible
    • True, he has laid aside this elemental body and he now lives on
    • Now man develops more and more as he lives through the time between
    • course subject to the conditions under which man must live in the
    • connection. We know that throughout the world in which we live
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • He who lives above, between death and birth, judges in this way, it
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • All in all, what man lives through on Earth is multiply connected
    • process through all the signs of the zodiac. Man lives for about as
    • in one day as the number of days he lives, or as the number of years
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
    • ground a little in the world, so that those who lived later would
    • external theories; they should live their way into our consciousness,
    • the most appalling arrogance, which would live as a dim feeling in
    • sphere. Then, having lived through the gate of death with the right
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    • give what lives in the soul a direct link with reality.
    • turn their gaze to that element in the human soul which lives not
    • Greeks. And, what is more, as the Greeks related, they lived a
    • Gods were connected with men who lived in primeval times. Far more
    • lived in long gone-by ages. For the kind of connection for Zeus and
    • had lived in Thrace, a region in Northern Greece, on whom the
    • nor do I venerate the single individuality which has lived in this
    • in whose whole being not only his own individuality had lived, but
    • itself, had lived upon the earth, by once descending into a human
    • had lived in the body to which the Zeus-concept was referred. But the
    • point, as it were, from the fact that Zeus had descended, had lived
    • the Inspiring, the Inspiring through the Imagining. We live as human
    • to man. They connected what lived in their Gods with what we call
    • when such a being as Zeus, who in their own time could live only
    • beings live, but man meets them after death. Thus the Egyptian too
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    • Beings in existence, who are not human beings, who live in
    • said to themselves: that age in which men still lived directly with
    • been a time in which men on earth lived in Imaginations. And this
    • type of human soul which was able to live in Imaginations was
    • described by saying: Osiris lived upon earth. Lost and slain had been
    • lived, no, it was a soul process. The boy of fourteen or fifteen
    • comes to life in me again, it is perception, it lives in me. That
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
    • lived spiritually in the essences which permeated the larynx and
    • under which men live together, through the link which bound them with
    • But what lived in man as social wisdom bound him in fact to the
    • lives in the sexual, in the sexual in one way, in national sentiment
    • in another. It is the sexual human being that lives his life through
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
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    • once lived a perception among men through which man could still
    • these perceptions of Typhon, they have slain what lived in humanity
    • a spring. We have seen how we live in the age of abstractions, where
    • the figure became alive and said quite facetiously: Humanity has only
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    • acquainted with his civilization knew that what lives as ‘immortal’
    • against the inner mission of the time. For if one lives with the age,
    • have lived; if, however, there are two tombstones with an owl
    • and a looking-glass, then Till Eulenspiegel did not live! If I want
    • people live today is indeed great, while the will to look at the
    • much inclined to take a lively interest in abstractions, to become
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    • and in this becoming different physically there lives at the same
    • live together in this way, my dear friends, one can indeed! But it
    • truly delivered with great power, he put the Bible text: ‘I
    • Men live willingly in
    • lives one goes on gaining more and more. There was a perfectly
    • being who lives here in the physical world between birth and death is
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    • eighty, ninety years old. If he had still lived from thirty to ninety
    • the life-wisdom of the whole life that might still have been lived,
    • to change head-knowledge into heart-knowledge as one lives longer
    • through the gate of death, who live in the spiritual world after
    • happens when the quickly gained head-knowledge lives itself into the
    • forces to the head after the twenty-seventh year, do we live as long
    • living, as I live on towards death that is to bear me into the
    • mystery of man. I have something to await from the fact that I live
    • disregarded what lives there unseen; for the configuration of Europe
    • of Europe if one studies what hearts, what human souls live out on
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    • while man lives here on earth, the rest of his organism, apart from
    • a long time we live as souls between death and rebirth before we
    • enter physical life through birth, and again we live as souls when we
    • incarnation. The dead live a spiritual life, and this life is
    • forces which we have lived through between death and a new birth,
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • lived through, when in fact the head has long since lost its
    • lives beyond the earth, as it lived before the earth was Earth,
    • again lies what is to be the future of the earth. We do not live
    • merely in the present, we live in the future of the earth, but we
    • alive in hundreds and hundreds of vivid narrations and parables and
    • how mankind lived then.) The Atlantean evolution preceded the present
    • short at what the short-lived head can experience. For I have said
    • already that the utmost extreme of what the short-lived head can
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    • THROUGH REPEATED EARTH LIVES
    • A lecture delivered in Bern December 14, 1920
    • The Soul's Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
    • progress through successive earth lives. You are already familiar
    • human beings who have lived in former times. That which through our
    • thus referred to our former earth lives.
    • earth lives. Through his present rhythmic system he experienced, so
    • earth. Now what do we do today as historians? We say: there lives the
    • conclusion that what lives in the present people can be traced back
    • repetition of earth lives, to consider as something isolated the fact
    • that your soul has gone through previous earth lives, and will go
    • have lived in the same part of the earth or, if we consider the
    • earlier age lived in another part of the earth; but in doing all this
    • them, but our soul — nothing! It has lived in an entirely
    • who as souls previously lived in the south during the first Christian
    • centuries, and now live more in the north — they are, to be
    • former earth lives and what they have received in this life through
    • peoples have been extensively intermingled with souls who lived in
    • inherited as feelings, they had not in their former lives in America,
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    • THROUGH REPEATED EARTH LIVES
    • A lecture delivered in Bern December 14, 1920
    • The Soul's Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
    • progress through successive earth lives. You are already familiar
    • human beings who have lived in former times. That which through our
    • thus referred to our former earth lives.
    • earth lives. Through his present rhythmic system he experienced, so
    • earth. Now what do we do today as historians? We say: there lives the
    • conclusion that what lives in the present people can be traced back
    • repetition of earth lives, to consider as something isolated the fact
    • that your soul has gone through previous earth lives, and will go
    • have lived in the same part of the earth or, if we consider the
    • earlier age lived in another part of the earth; but in doing all this
    • them, but our soul — nothing! It has lived in an entirely
    • who as souls previously lived in the south during the first Christian
    • centuries, and now live more in the north — they are, to be
    • former earth lives and what they have received in this life through
    • peoples have been extensively intermingled with souls who lived in
    • inherited as feelings, they had not in their former lives in America,
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    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • would make us out and out weaklings! One or two earthly lives might
    • true and penetrating perception of human life know that man lives
    • waking life he lives in air and light. This again leads us to
    • find our way into the spiritual world to live out there our life
    • The living content of speech, as well as all that lives in our limbs,
    • or rather over against this we can place, the power that lives in the
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    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • would make us out and out weaklings! One or two earthly lives might
    • true and penetrating perception of human life know that man lives
    • waking life he lives in air and light. This again leads us to
    • find our way into the spiritual world to live out there our life
    • The living content of speech, as well as all that lives in our limbs,
    • or rather over against this we can place, the power that lives in the
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    • of appeal to what lives in Nature, saying something more enduring and
    • The modern physicist rejects Goethe because he lives in the very
    • lives in closer union with the outer world and is less bent upon the
    • like John Scotus Erigena. During this era the human soul lived in a
    • what lives in abstract reason and what lives in the word can only
    • a universal principle, universal and human. The word lives in the
    • between what lives in the idea or concept, and in the word.
    • lived upon the wings of the words. They believed that the concept was
    • absolutely unthinkable! The Greek not only lived in his speech with
    • the word. The word lived in the soul of the Greek as an inward,
    • To live in the word as the Greeks lived in the word meant that
    • are more interested to-day. In our age, men live in the intellect
    • intellect was far less such that the word was alive within him; he
    • times, the word lived as inward sound. And because the content of the
    • out scientifically. In short, the period when men lived in the word
    • was preceded by another, when they lived in a world of pictures.
    • soul revealed in speech, be said to live in a world of pictures? Man
    • lives in pictures when the main factor is not so much the content
    • that lives in constant metamorphosis and change. And we also look
    • further back to a third epoch when the soul of man lived in an
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    • of appeal to what lives in Nature, saying something more enduring and
    • The modern physicist rejects Goethe because he lives in the very
    • lives in closer union with the outer world and is less bent upon the
    • like John Scotus Erigena. During this era the human soul lived in a
    • what lives in abstract reason and what lives in the word can only
    • a universal principle, universal and human. The word lives in the
    • between what lives in the idea or concept, and in the word.
    • lived upon the wings of the words. They believed that the concept was
    • absolutely unthinkable! The Greek not only lived in his speech with
    • the word. The word lived in the soul of the Greek as an inward,
    • To live in the word as the Greeks lived in the word meant that
    • are more interested to-day. In our age, men live in the intellect
    • intellect was far less such that the word was alive within him; he
    • times, the word lived as inward sound. And because the content of the
    • out scientifically. In short, the period when men lived in the word
    • was preceded by another, when they lived in a world of pictures.
    • soul revealed in speech, be said to live in a world of pictures? Man
    • lives in pictures when the main factor is not so much the content
    • that lives in constant metamorphosis and change. And we also look
    • further back to a third epoch when the soul of man lived in an
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    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • consciousness; he lives in his hallucinations and his powers of
    • examine the worlds in which this astral body lives with the ‘I’
    • — just as man lives as a corporeal being among the things of
    • earthly lives spoken of by Anthroposophy is filled with meaning. The
    • will, is recognised as the consequence of preceding lives on Earth.
    • lives, and between these lives — that is to say, between death
    • the chain of earthly lives.
    • through repeated earthly lives.
    • body, but which streams in from earlier earthly lives. This no more
    • on the one side the necessity inhering in repeated earthly lives and,
    • soul-and-spirit, works in man as an earthly being, in lung, liver,
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    • allowed to deliver the lecture in German.
    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • consciousness; he lives in his hallucinations and his powers of
    • examine the worlds in which this astral body lives with the ‘I’
    • — just as man lives as a corporeal being among the things of
    • earthly lives spoken of by Anthroposophy is filled with meaning. The
    • will, is recognised as the consequence of preceding lives on Earth.
    • lives, and between these lives — that is to say, between death
    • the chain of earthly lives.
    • through repeated earthly lives.
    • body, but which streams in from earlier earthly lives. This no more
    • on the one side the necessity inhering in repeated earthly lives and,
    • soul-and-spirit, works in man as an earthly being, in lung, liver,
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • wisdom, gained through super-sensible means, is still alive in a
    • What lived in this
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    • wisdom, gained through super-sensible means, is still alive in a
    • What lived in this
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • in Haeckel's “Riddles of the World”, does not merely live
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • What lives within the volitive part of man? The metabolic processes.
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • everything which lives inside his skin is reflected in the head, it
    • delivered at the Hague, [“What is the Significance of an Occult
    • from the standpoint of the whole year in which he lives, and of its
    • lives within the sensualists and materialists, the opponent who has
    • always lived within them.
    • bleeding heart, the opponent who lived within the materialists of the
    • live. For we should always make a distinction between the value which
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    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • in Haeckel's “Riddles of the World”, does not merely live
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • What lives within the volitive part of man? The metabolic processes.
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • everything which lives inside his skin is reflected in the head, it
    • delivered at the Hague, [“What is the Significance of an Occult
    • from the standpoint of the whole year in which he lives, and of its
    • lives within the sensualists and materialists, the opponent who has
    • always lived within them.
    • bleeding heart, the opponent who lived within the materialists of the
    • live. For we should always make a distinction between the value which
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • Lecture by Dr. RUDOLF STEINER, delivered at Elberfeld on
    • At present we live in
    • the deepest and most significant way. We live in the midst of events
    • which we live send pain and suffering to many human souls, but let us
    • is that they call away many young lives from the physical plane.
    • year. These forces live in the etheric body; they do not go lost.
    • which I live. Now it is strange to see that little Theodor Faiss'
    • and so we are once more young as etheric beings, when we have lived
    • now that we live in a time in which many of these etheric bodies,
    • nevertheless etheric bodies coming from youthful human lives,
    • into them. The souls of those who will live in physical bodies in the
    • lived in the youthful etheric body of little Theodor Faiss would be
    • this Being lives with its wings in the harmony of the spheres; it
    • everything that lives in our souls should be filled with the spirit
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    • Lecture by Dr. RUDOLF STEINER, delivered at Elberfeld on
    • At present we live in
    • the deepest and most significant way. We live in the midst of events
    • which we live send pain and suffering to many human souls, but let us
    • is that they call away many young lives from the physical plane.
    • year. These forces live in the etheric body; they do not go lost.
    • which I live. Now it is strange to see that little Theodor Faiss'
    • and so we are once more young as etheric beings, when we have lived
    • now that we live in a time in which many of these etheric bodies,
    • nevertheless etheric bodies coming from youthful human lives,
    • into them. The souls of those who will live in physical bodies in the
    • lived in the youthful etheric body of little Theodor Faiss would be
    • this Being lives with its wings in the harmony of the spheres; it
    • everything that lives in our souls should be filled with the spirit
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • attain their goal. In the time in which they lived, ancient knowledge
    • Giordano Bruno gives us a blurred picture of man as he lives on earth
    • them. It was among such people that Jacob Boehme lived. He absorbed
    • more articulate than those among whom he lived but even he could do
    • lives in man as the world re-formed, shrinks into a picture of the
    • ‘astral’ man lives in the airy element, just as the
    • etheric man lives in the fluids. The astral being of man lives in
    • would, have said: It is not possible for the soul to live or breathe
    • And Giordano Bruno, Jacob Boehme and Lord Bacon of Verulam lived
    • Boehme, Giordano Bruno and Lord Bacon of Verulam lived at a time when
    • men of his time, unable to transmute the Dominican wisdom that lived
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    • attain their goal. In the time in which they lived, ancient knowledge
    • Giordano Bruno gives us a blurred picture of man as he lives on earth
    • them. It was among such people that Jacob Boehme lived. He absorbed
    • more articulate than those among whom he lived but even he could do
    • lives in man as the world re-formed, shrinks into a picture of the
    • ‘astral’ man lives in the airy element, just as the
    • etheric man lives in the fluids. The astral being of man lives in
    • would, have said: It is not possible for the soul to live or breathe
    • And Giordano Bruno, Jacob Boehme and Lord Bacon of Verulam lived
    • Boehme, Giordano Bruno and Lord Bacon of Verulam lived at a time when
    • men of his time, unable to transmute the Dominican wisdom that lived
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • live are so earnest that at present it is not in any way appropriate
    • live and its conditions are much more earnest than most people of the
    • that we live in an epoch whose characteristic peculiarity began to be
    • comprehension for that which lived in Roman culture know: There the
    • fluctuating knowledge of the universe lived in Europe simultaneously
    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch lives in everything that constitutes our
    • time, they were for him that element which lived in the macrocosm
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • livingly into our body, but that lives instead in concepts that do
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • instinctive knowledge, which lived in their souls altogether
    • knowledge still existed. An ancient human inheritance lived in the
    • paintings lived something that may also be
    • traditions are still alive, traditions that come from a clairvoyance
    • which we live from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • passes through experiences that are also lived through by the souls
    • this little girl lived in the spiritual world as body and soul, and
    • born girl, during all those years it lived in the spiritual world.
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    • live are so earnest that at present it is not in any way appropriate
    • live and its conditions are much more earnest than most people of the
    • that we live in an epoch whose characteristic peculiarity began to be
    • comprehension for that which lived in Roman culture know: There the
    • fluctuating knowledge of the universe lived in Europe simultaneously
    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch lives in everything that constitutes our
    • time, they were for him that element which lived in the macrocosm
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • livingly into our body, but that lives instead in concepts that do
    • filled with something, and so that that which really lives within us
    • instinctive knowledge, which lived in their souls altogether
    • knowledge still existed. An ancient human inheritance lived in the
    • paintings lived something that may also be
    • traditions are still alive, traditions that come from a clairvoyance
    • which we live from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • passes through experiences that are also lived through by the souls
    • this little girl lived in the spiritual world as body and soul, and
    • born girl, during all those years it lived in the spiritual world.
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • this lecture was delivered by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the 18th of
    • weaves into the light, lives in the light, is one with the light. But
    • the same fact as when one says here on earth: Man lives in his body
    • and death we say: Man lives in the body and concerns himself with
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • Hierarchies; in them you live. And because these Beings
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    • this lecture was delivered by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the 18th of
    • weaves into the light, lives in the light, is one with the light. But
    • the same fact as when one says here on earth: Man lives in his body
    • and death we say: Man lives in the body and concerns himself with
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • Hierarchies; in them you live. And because these Beings
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, Switzerland, on December 30th, 1922.
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • nature of the anthroposophical spirituality, must live and move in it
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    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • nature of the anthroposophical spirituality, must live and move in it
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • delivered
    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in which it now lives
    • inside, nor what people live in it.
    • mistaken manner — upside down, we might say. Since we live on
    • infinity, in order to prepare the place in which you live between
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • memories that live in our physical body are of such a kind that
    • say that we now live, for whole days, within our experiences. What we
    • Everything that we now see before us, lives in the ether.
    • that we are now surrounded by something that is alive. Everything
    • within it lives and weaves. And then we experience that it resounds
    • this concretely, let us now say: During our earthly life, we lived
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • universe, with the whole world. It lives in the world and stamps its
    • lives in our surroundings and has been taken over by the world.
    • our experiences; the Hierarchies live and weave in it.
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    • delivered
    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in which it now lives
    • inside, nor what people live in it.
    • mistaken manner — upside down, we might say. Since we live on
    • infinity, in order to prepare the place in which you live between
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • memories that live in our physical body are of such a kind that
    • say that we now live, for whole days, within our experiences. What we
    • Everything that we now see before us, lives in the ether.
    • that we are now surrounded by something that is alive. Everything
    • within it lives and weaves. And then we experience that it resounds
    • this concretely, let us now say: During our earthly life, we lived
    • person we lived with. He lived and we lived, and through him we
    • universe, with the whole world. It lives in the world and stamps its
    • lives in our surroundings and has been taken over by the world.
    • our experiences; the Hierarchies live and weave in it.
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • Scythianos, who lived in the remote past for some time in the
    • contains, above all, a Norman-German element, and this lives in the
    • in order to live within a definite incarnation, so it is also the
    • manner of things have flown together in the nation that lived yonder
    • that lives upon the earth in the form of watery element, of liquid,
    • used to say: We live here, yet we feel something resembling three
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • lives upon the physical plane, says that the western sea stretches
    • create forms expressing that which lives in the inner being of Nature
    • not the words, but that which lives in the poem itself, continues to
    • live. Its influence can continue through the fact that a centre
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    • A lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the 9th of
    • Scythianos, who lived in the remote past for some time in the
    • contains, above all, a Norman-German element, and this lives in the
    • in order to live within a definite incarnation, so it is also the
    • manner of things have flown together in the nation that lived yonder
    • that lives upon the earth in the form of watery element, of liquid,
    • used to say: We live here, yet we feel something resembling three
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • lives upon the physical plane, says that the western sea stretches
    • create forms expressing that which lives in the inner being of Nature
    • not the words, but that which lives in the poem itself, continues to
    • live. Its influence can continue through the fact that a centre
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    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • from some quarter that was able to meet what lived as those needs in
    • only this: it is constantly being re-lived in the case of everyone
    • lived. A theoretical or doctrinaire approach is therefore out of
    • doctrinaire. This does serious damage to a thing as alive as an
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • faces both kinds of life within the Society, and is expected to live
    • learning to live with the world in a truly anthroposophical way.
    • People used to learn to live anthroposophically by fleeing the world.
    • But they will have to learn to live anthroposophically with the world
    • cannot be done so long as a life lived shut away from the world as
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    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • from some quarter that was able to meet what lived as those needs in
    • only this: it is constantly being re-lived in the case of everyone
    • lived. A theoretical or doctrinaire approach is therefore out of
    • doctrinaire. This does serious damage to a thing as alive as an
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • faces both kinds of life within the Society, and is expected to live
    • learning to live with the world in a truly anthroposophical way.
    • People used to learn to live anthroposophically by fleeing the world.
    • But they will have to learn to live anthroposophically with the world
    • cannot be done so long as a life lived shut away from the world as
  • Title: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • to help him recover as another person who has an alert, lively mind,
    • they were young they received impressions with lively interest. There
    • remained alive. You can see this for yourself if you look at the
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    • composition of a gland, be it liver or spleen, than we have to look
    • people, for example, if they simply live in the mountains instead of
    • heart is the sun, the brain the moon, the spleen saturn, the liver
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    • man still lived in a very insubstantial material body.
    • a man whether he lived in one part of the earth or another. If he
    • ancient times lived and felt with his environment. Man's faculty of
    • world. So we now have two types of human being. These two types live
    • lives. A man who has in course of time taken a lot of these mineral
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • feelings at another time. At one time he felt more alive in the world
    • him, and at another time he lived more in his inner life. It is
    • who live more in their astral body. The variations in the condition
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    • rhythm. Man lived as it were with the cycles of the sun and the moon
    • they live in higher-worlds. But in regard to the particular things we
    • live in harmony with the four quarters of the moon. For it was
    • But it is important too that man should not believe he can live
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    • connected with causes made by man himself in earlier lives. In order
    • whilst he was alive it was through the instrument of the physical
    • until man has grown accustomed to live solely in the world of the
    • Heaven!’ In other words, man lives backwards as far as his
    • of the obstacle. So when you have lived through the Kamaloca period,
    • about the special character of your future lives on earth.
    • over many lives. In one life we correct this, in another life that,
    • a certain thing in the next or one of our future lives. This force
    • related to that. We may have put hindrances in our path, lived in a
    • Suppose we live to be ten or twenty. Our souls contain all the forces
    • appearance. During a certain period of our lives an inner necessity
    • capacities are the result of our illnesses in earlier lives.
    • everyday life. Men will live spiritual science, and not until that
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    • but only grin. We must be alive to the difference between howling and
    • characteristics originating from past lives in previous incarnations.
    • lives. It must wait until after birth. So we can say that before
    • the moment when the kernel from previous lives first enters the body
    • returns to the group soul and becomes something that only lives on in
    • environment, and does not want to live with its environment, but
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • physical form they showed a lower form of humanity. They lived in an
    • by people that actually lived in the realms of air in a kind of
    • something that was absolutely familiar to the people that lived in
    • are born out of the world and want to live our way back into it.
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    • this covering passes into the brain and subsequently lives within it,
    • Take the may-fly; it comes into being, lives until it is fertilised,
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • for animals do not all live to be twenty-one. But up to the age of
    • nature with it and lives it out. Man not only brings with him his
    • further development. On Saturn, in order to be able to live at all,
    • will use, and they are already using it to live in today. On Saturn
    • they lived in what is now our physical body, on the Sun in what is
    • is the way you live and evolve. And whilst you are evolving, the
    • men were to spend their lives without developing any treasures of
    • man being able to work beyond the dictates of karma, and live in duty
    • creating new blossoms and fruits which will live on into the future.”
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    • by these beings in the lives of men. The Play will also have helped
    • which will enable a human being to live through his existence after
    • for us. It takes a long time after death to live through this sphere
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    • child must therefore keep it alive and alert. The only possibility of
    • sphere into which he then passes. If the lives of various human
    • in the Venus sphere in which we live together with other human beings
    • are on Earth. On the Earth men may live side by side without any
    • birth to live through their existence in the Sun sphere in the right
    • co-operation with the super-sensible world in which we live between
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    • continues, to begin with, to live in conditions and with
    • to be established, we shall have to live through the relationship for
    • slight because on the physical plane human beings live for the most
    • alive. Or on another occasion we may hear of an accident to a train
    • belong to the whole Universe, to the Macrocosm, that we live within
    • lives a life that is radically different from and fundamentally has
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    • human being lives on Earth, therefore also during sleep, he is bound
    • death. As long as the physical body remains alive, the union is
    • participate in this more lively activity of the lower aura during
    • — was quite beyond the men of that earlier epoch. They lived
    • their lives and carried out their daily tasks more instinctively than
    • clearly of all in Aristotle who lived in the fourth century
    • certain connection with and capacity for perception of what is lived
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    • And so we recognise as a valid truth that the individuality who lived
    • the course of his incarnations an individual will have lived in
    • shall need this strengthening if we are to live with inner security
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    • individuality of whom we are now thinking lived on the Earth as
    • there at all or merely continuing to live knowing nothing of itself,
    • passes through the gate of death. He lives then within the forces of
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    • lived, say, six or seven thousand years before the founding of
    • forces than those who lived a mere thousand years before the Mystery
    • Greeks who lived a fully satisfying life on the physical plane; but
    • soul and would either have developed a longing only to live outside
    • the physical body or to live on Earth with no other wishes or desires
    • respects their independence. Men were intended to live on the Earth
    • said: Up to a particular point in their lives their individual
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    • past live on in the present mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, just
    • The thoughts conceived by divine-spiritual Beings in the past live on
    • that the stomach, the liver, the spleen, are within us. Everything
    • Here is a man; how comes it that he is alive? It is because he has
    • alive for an entirely different reason. A fortnight ago he fell into
    • he would not be alive today! Both these assertions are correct. In
    • lives of his ancestors, nor indeed from processes that can operate on
    • May that which works and lives, the ever-growing,
    • that will enable them to live in the true world in their following
    • in previous lives deprived themselves of the possibility of accepting
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    • because it is dark in the higher world in which we then live. Thus we
    • earlier lives on Earth. A person whose attitude in his last life on
    • they had lived an apathetic, dreamy existence. But these traits
    • sequence of three such earthly lives, we find that in the first, the
    • earthly lives connected as causes and effects, but the lives between
    • are sending to the dead live in their own souls that the dead person
    • necessarily in the last incarnation only but in earlier lives as
    • allow Anthroposophy to transform our lives in a way commensurate with
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    • expands, lives through regions which for reasons that were explained
    • lives through these regions which enclose ever more extensive cosmic
    • is to embark on the course of earthly life, the being who is to live
    • Susceptibility. When the soul lives through this region it has
    • soul begins to live more deeply into spiritual conditions of
    • experienced, lived. Man moves among thoughts; but these
    • prepares the traits enabling it to live in the fullest sense in a
    • to live in companionship in realms beyond the Saturn region progress
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    • The contrast between them and the Prophets. Paul and the olive-tree.
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    • versed in Anthroposophy. The delivery of these internal lectures was
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    • lived at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha were able to do. Was it
    • which lives in you and which you can experience completely. You may
    • you may shut out all physical impressions — with thoughts you can live
    • thought is still only thought; that it lives first of all only in the
    • geniuses lived. And they can best be encountered by looking at
    • space. Desire does not live only in sense perception, but also in
    • image, but as an image of the Divine Sophia cast out from her, lives
    • live, there came to her something like a brief raying-out of light
    • the same Achamod that lives in the souls of men — had been
    • had then immediately disappeared. But the memory of it lives on today
    • soul may be. “I live in the world of Achamod, the material
    • Divine Wisdom; for the being of Achamod, which lives in me, was once
    • that many souls of this kind lived in that period.
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    • know that the Ego of Zarathustra had lived in this body; that the
    • elected to live in a human body, and they would have been able to
    • shape their lives by appealing to the sayings of the Sibyls. How much
    • if one wants to grasp what it was that lived spiritually in Paul, in
    • Paul is great throughout the world where the olive tree is
    • the region of the Earth where the olive tree flourishes is different
    • spirits. In the world of the olive tree the rustle and movement, the
    • just as far over the Earth as the domain of the olive tree extends.
    • The world of Paul is the world of the olive tree.
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    • Paul and the olive tree.
    • anthroposophical explanations. I mean the Jesus in whom lived the Ego
    • had subsequent lives; who later reincarnated in the Solomon
    • from spiritual worlds in order to live in single individuals on
    • child we cannot say that in him there lived an ordinary human ego
    • pain, all through their lives. That was how evolution was going;
    • with a superhuman Being who (if we may speak in this way) lived in
    • Pythia, and how the Greeks imagined that Apollo lived in these
    • lived in the dragon's blood and filled men with wisdom from the
    • difficult moments in their lives, with their souls well prepared, and
    • the vapours in which Apollo lived. And Asklepios, the Healer, is for
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    • the elements the Sun-Spirit is actively alive, and this is the
    • one and we should find that they live in the midst of the forces
    • and to make manifest that which lives in the Ego.
    • threefold Christ-event lives on. In his soul is the knowledge: “As
    • there lives the Christ who will later on fulfil the Mystery of
    • the Being who then lived as Christ. Christ caused his Being to be
    • olive tree, so that in one's own soul the elemental forces are
    • the olive tree is inwardly penetrated with the oil of Earth. One can
    • olive tree. And if we understand Apollo in the vapours rising from
    • also feel how the elemental forces stream from the olive tree into
    • olive tree and to let its aura inspire him in that geographical realm
    • region its particular stamp. It was the olive tree that gave its
    • Geology up to himself, then it was that — inspired by the olive
    • you, a wild olive, have been grafted in among them, and have come to
    • share the same root and sap as the olive, do not make yourself
    • again. For if you were cut from your native wild olive and against
    • all nature grafted into the cultivated olive, how much more readily
    • will they, the natural olive-branches, be grafted into their native
    • and reign in the olive tree.
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    • whom he calls Flegetanis and in whom lives a certain knowledge of the
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    • something is the spiritual element that lives in the sun's
    • letter written by a man who lived through these events, for it shows
    • Duke of Orleans, your nephew, she says that he will be delivered in a
    • a time is coming when the old Astrology will live again in a new
    • Thus wrote a man in 1607; a man in whom lived and
    • of the Atlantean epoch lived on into post-Atlantean times; if we see
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on January 10th, 1915.
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on January 10th, 1915.
    • woven in such a way that what befalls us in successive earth lives is
    • lived in an ancient Greek head just as it lives today in the head of
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • the temperament lives in the etheric body. One can therefore say that
    • the thought that lives solely in the consciousness.
    • Wisdom are pulsing through his soul. The Old Sun existence lives in
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • earth existence. He develops thoughts that can live through the
    • then something was evolving which is not man as man lives upon the
    • Something lives in history which
    • lives on the physical plane: for seven years he develops the physical
    • abstract name ‘philosophy’) lives for 700 years in the
    • 14th – 16th year. Then it lives upwards to the
    • the living. What is so unalive, so dry, and withered as the history
    • poem lives entirely in the inspiration of which ones feels a breath
    • the feeling in this poem leads you to reflect how alive something can
    • Anthroposophy can become alive and grip our whole soul.
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on January 10th, 1915.
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on January 10th, 1915.
    • woven in such a way that what befalls us in successive earth lives is
    • lived in an ancient Greek head just as it lives today in the head of
    • modern man. Thought lived in Socrates, Plato, even in Aristotle quite
    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • the temperament lives in the etheric body. One can therefore say that
    • the thought that lives solely in the consciousness.
    • Wisdom are pulsing through his soul. The Old Sun existence lives in
    • the evolution of philosophy; it really and truly lives within
    • earth existence. He develops thoughts that can live through the
    • then something was evolving which is not man as man lives upon the
    • Something lives in history which
    • lives on the physical plane: for seven years he develops the physical
    • abstract name ‘philosophy’) lives for 700 years in the
    • 14th – 16th year. Then it lives upwards to the
    • the living. What is so unalive, so dry, and withered as the history
    • poem lives entirely in the inspiration of which ones feels a breath
    • the feeling in this poem leads you to reflect how alive something can
    • Anthroposophy can become alive and grip our whole soul.
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on July 27th, 1923.
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on July 27th, 1923.
    • the universe. They live in their Moon “fortress”. And
    • to Jupiter in the days of ancient Greece, when the human spirit lived
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on July 27th, 1923.
    • the universe. They live in their Moon “fortress”. And
    • to Jupiter in the days of ancient Greece, when the human spirit lived
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    • Two lectures delivered in St. Gallen, Switzerland,
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    • Two lectures delivered in St. Gallen, Switzerland,
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    • Two lectures delivered in St. Gallen, Switzerland,
    • the riddle of the world; we must seek to live with such a
    • When we live into such contradictions, we feel as if we were at the
    • cold. In the same way, when what has lived only inwardly opens itself
    • becomes necessary to make our concepts far more alive. They are no
    • alive than they are in ordinary life and for the things of ordinary
    • the beginning of the century, Professor Dewar delivered a very
    • the path shows him what lives as the eternal in the human being. He
    • death is living in us continually. You might say that death lives in
    • of formative forces and that in thinking the human being lives in
    • however, to our feelings, our emotions. Feelings and emotions live in
    • knowledge is what lives between death and a new birth. It is what
    • upon the feelings, emotions, passions, that make it possible to live
    • sphere of the will, into the realm that is supposed to live and work
    • earthly lives work into the will nature of the human being. In what
    • we develop or what we cultivate in our present willing live the
    • impulses for our lives on earth to come. For real spiritual science,
    • then, the whole of human life separates into the lives lying between
    • periods in the spiritual world. Out of such lives, out of repeated
    • earthly lives, repeated spiritual lives, the complete human life is
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    • humanity lived under different conditions, it was justifiable to hold
    • carried on their lives in an isolated way here. Precisely by virtue
    • ourselves from them. We live in them through their permeating us.
    • ourselves from them. Otherwise they live in us, and we cannot become
    • live in that world in which they were destined to live by the
    • post-Atlantean epoch began at that time, and we continue to live in
    • that we grow into the world we enter after death and in which we live
    • strengthen our forces, they must live into our souls so that we find
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    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science”, delivered on the
    • we consider the repeated lives on earth. But these are more general
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • through the fact that we have both lived in a physical body. Just as
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • contribute to the evolution of the earth during our succeeding lives
    • us in a corresponding way into the stream of the successive lives on
    • delivered in Vienna, Easter, 1914.]),
    • repeated lives on earth. In fact, my explanations in connection with
    • lives upon the earth?” — we shall find in every case that
    • in past epochs of the repeated lives on earth and of the intermediate
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • life lives in their memory. This is strictly and radically speaking
    • which continues to live when we pass through the portal of death.
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • reading to the dead. The dead friend lives in our thoughts; he looks
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • beings who live upon the earth may receive the forces descending from
    • should penetrate into us and live in us, thoughts which should —
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    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science”, delivered on the
    • we consider the repeated lives on earth. But these are more general
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • through the fact that we have both lived in a physical body. Just as
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • contribute to the evolution of the earth during our succeeding lives
    • us in a corresponding way into the stream of the successive lives on
    • delivered in Vienna, Easter, 1914.]),
    • repeated lives on earth. In fact, my explanations in connection with
    • lives upon the earth?” — we shall find in every case that
    • in past epochs of the repeated lives on earth and of the intermediate
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • life lives in their memory. This is strictly and radically speaking
    • which continues to live when we pass through the portal of death.
    • because the dead person lives in our thoughts consciously and of his
    • reading to the dead. The dead friend lives in our thoughts; he looks
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • beings who live upon the earth may receive the forces descending from
    • should penetrate into us and live in us, thoughts which should —
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    • as human beings upon earth, live with the spiritual worlds, even as
    • what lives as imaginations in our etheric body is due to our
    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • coldly and we would live with our contemporary world indifferently if
    • imaginations hither and thither. We live with these imaginations and
    • of it. We do not live for nothing. Even as we receive them into the
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • our lives. However consistent we may think the course of life has
    • immediately change the direction of our lives, which it can of course
    • do, it nonetheless has the effect of enriching our lives in one way
    • physical, or even in an etheric, body. They live — as in their
    • therefore, be able to live together with the dead even more
    • necessity. Into the life-habits of those who live later, the
    • life-habits of those who lived earlier must enter, but only when
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • mature — still more mature becomes that which lives in us when
    • which we always are, becomes alive for us through spiritual science.
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    • as human beings upon earth, live with the spiritual worlds, even as
    • what lives as imaginations in our etheric body is due to our
    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • coldly and we would live with our contemporary world indifferently if
    • imaginations hither and thither. We live with these imaginations and
    • of it. We do not live for nothing. Even as we receive them into the
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • our lives. However consistent we may think the course of life has
    • immediately change the direction of our lives, which it can of course
    • do, it nonetheless has the effect of enriching our lives in one way
    • physical, or even in an etheric, body. They live — as in their
    • therefore, be able to live together with the dead even more
    • necessity. Into the life-habits of those who live later, the
    • life-habits of those who lived earlier must enter, but only when
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • mature — still more mature becomes that which lives in us when
    • which we always are, becomes alive for us through spiritual science.
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    • begun to lose its creativity, though we still live with its heritage.
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • Thus, in the solid earth element live spiritual beings of an
    • beings who, as super-sensible entities, live in the realm of solid
    • Another of their peculiarities is that they prefer to live in
    • lives in the human will. It is splendid that the analytical chemist
    • air. But now we live at a time when the intellect has begun to
    • realm live spiritual beings who do not strive to separate from one
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    • begun to lose its creativity, though we still live with its heritage.
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • Thus, in the solid earth element live spiritual beings of an
    • beings who, as super-sensible entities, live in the realm of solid
    • Another of their peculiarities is that they prefer to live in
    • lives in the human will. It is splendid that the analytical chemist
    • air. But now we live at a time when the intellect has begun to
    • realm live spiritual beings who do not strive to separate from one
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    • in which we live reminds us daily and hourly
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • in the world; we live in it with that part which, here on earth, lies
    • rises up in our physical body. You see, the memories that live in
    • live, for whole days, within these experiences. What we experienced
    • now see before us lives in the ether.
    • something that is alive. Everything within it lives and weaves.
    • during our earthly life we lived together with another human being,
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • with. He lived and we lived, and through him we experienced
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • the external world: it lives in our surroundings and has been taken
    • Hierarchies live and weave in it.
    • of the Hierarchies, live in our gaze and in what is sent towards us
    • work within our experiences. We think that we only live for our own
    • over to the whole universe. The Gods gave us the chance to live in
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    • in which we live reminds us daily and hourly
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • in the world; we live in it with that part which, here on earth, lies
    • rises up in our physical body. You see, the memories that live in
    • live, for whole days, within these experiences. What we experienced
    • now see before us lives in the ether.
    • something that is alive. Everything within it lives and weaves.
    • during our earthly life we lived together with another human being,
    • In this manner we shared the experiences of the person we lived
    • with. He lived and we lived, and through him we experienced
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • the external world: it lives in our surroundings and has been taken
    • Hierarchies live and weave in it.
    • of the Hierarchies, live in our gaze and in what is sent towards us
    • work within our experiences. We think that we only live for our own
    • over to the whole universe. The Gods gave us the chance to live in
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    • of ancient men who lived upon earth in bygone ages, yet the time will
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • certain sense alive — when he sees red, blue green, etc.
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • that human beings have noticed that it is possible to live with
    • We can live with colours in such a way that blue, for
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • with the act of vision that you begin to live with the object. Yet,
    • kindly pleasure — all this lives in us already — the
    • Building and lives in this aura. And when some artistic work must be
    • only because what lives in the etheric must first come into contact
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • are still alive. These thoughts actually arise in a way similar to
    • They live in him in such a way that they are centred in his head, and
    • know nothing of the eternal, which lives in us. The time will come,
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    • of ancient men who lived upon earth in bygone ages, yet the time will
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • certain sense alive — when he sees red, blue green, etc.
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • that human beings have noticed that it is possible to live with
    • We can live with colours in such a way that blue, for
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • with the act of vision that you begin to live with the object. Yet,
    • kindly pleasure — all this lives in us already — the
    • Building and lives in this aura. And when some artistic work must be
    • only because what lives in the etheric must first come into contact
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • are still alive. These thoughts actually arise in a way similar to
    • They live in him in such a way that they are centred in his head, and
    • know nothing of the eternal, which lives in us. The time will come,
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    • past, one in which we now live, and three others, out of which, in
    • perceive our present life to be the result of earlier earth lives, of
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    • way or other be indicated in the world in which man lives, for after
    • as long as he lives, that is, from his birth to his death. It is
    • live within this cloud of the Folk-spirit?
    • man who lives in this etheric aura of the people. What part of man
    • embodies himself in the world, lives again for a time in the
    • Kepler, Copernicus or Pericles could not have lived in any other age,
    • people like the Swiss, who live in one and the same country and speak
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    • externally, which a man works upon with his intellect and lives
    • of spiritual facts, in which it lives just as man lives in the realm
    • the Archangel goes down, just as a man goes down when he has lived
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    • inwardly, but he would live in a sort of dream-consciousness. Only
    • which he lives, than he would otherwise have been. He has become
    • dependent upon that part of the earth on which he lives, and because
    • Form he is dependent upon the spot on which he lives.
    • a man lives on earth during a certain incarnation became of
    • on which a man lives affects him most strongly in his earliest
    • the forces in which he lives, — we come then to those forces
    • being who lives chiefly in the first force of human life, when, with
    • of the youth-forces, but which in a way live on into what belongs to
    • lived more towards the East. The law thus revealed verifies itself
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    • live, move and have our being. They come out of universal space, but
    • the Spirits of Form weave and live. Since, however, the activities of
    • which live and weave around us in the ether, and in the first
    • hierarchy we have that which lives and weaves in an intimate manner
    • live or move in that which is connected with the production of the
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    • sum-total of the Spirits of Wisdom, that which lives as if in a spiritual
    • German peoples lived within, it was their own direct personal
    • of soul-life, before they decided to awake. Hence there lived above
    • which lives in us and organizes our speech, — that is to say,
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    • memory kept alive of this union of the spiritual soul-nature which
    • lives in human evolution, in the humanity of the West and that of the
    • lives the Germanic Scandinavian mythological Spirit; and although at
    • the present day he still lives below the surface, yet he is spread
    • purely human, to the whole of humanity. And if we live entirely
    • and our thinking, and in our anthroposophical idea. The more we live
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on May 13th 1921. Authorized translation
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on May 13th 1921. Authorized translation
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • reunite with the earth. By the astronomers and geologists, who live in a world
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • half-plantlike creatures. He will have to live together with these spider-like
    • the great epoch towards which his successive earthly lives are leading him.
    • vast majority live in complete unawareness of the terrible destiny that awaits
    • necessity for artistic insight and perception. This faculty was already alive
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on May 13th 1921. Authorized translation
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • reunite with the earth. By the astronomers and geologists, who live in a world
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • half-plantlike creatures. He will have to live together with these spider-like
    • the great epoch towards which his successive earthly lives are leading him.
    • vast majority live in complete unawareness of the terrible destiny that awaits
    • necessity for artistic insight and perception. This faculty was already alive
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    • and Plato, as Christians who lived before the founding of
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    • As we live through the day and realize all that we owe
    • confidence that lives in our soul — confidence in the lasting
    • year. If asked why we live on with such a sense of security, we
    • absorbed. The cloud-like sphere in which our friend now lives, after
    • found a Path”) lives in the immense cosmic tableau that is like
    • as He lives in our Movement, passed over likewise into his soul.
    • indeed live in a cosmic tableau of this kind; he will go forward with
    • to the souls who will live in the coming centuries; into them will
    • life-tableau, on all that we have lived through, it appears to us as
    • to ideals on Earth, but in us lives the Christ and He takes them upon
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    • there lives something that has significance to the Cosmos, and that I
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    • order to live. Deep truths are indeed expressed in great religious
    • quite different form in the world in which we live, and attention
    • downwards, death lives in his physical body. But at that time the
    • live at all — he transforms the life-ether into Earth-spirits.
    • world, and how this aura continues to live as earthly spirit in the
    • When the soul of man really lives into Christ, feeling
    • So long as we have to live out our earthly existence in
    • the Christ within him has lived in the Music of the Spheres and in
    • absolute truth, for we do not live only for ourselves, so that by
    • we live for the world, and at the end of the ages the remains of our
    • human soul lives in successive incarnations. From each incarnation
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    • natural existence, who lives in thunder and lightning, in the motion
    • that what lives in man's innermost soul and what lives in the widths
    • a demand upon mankind that reaches into the future. We live in
  • Title: Search for the New Isis: Lecture II: The Quest for Isis-Sophia
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    • Because the Egyptian lived before the Mystery of
  • Title: Search for the New Isis: Lecture III: The Magi and the Shepherds: The New Isis
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    • which he lived. A chalk or granite soil was experienced as different
    • which we lived before entering through birth into earthly existence
    • it was a ‘pre-natal’ faculty. What the soul lived through
    • secrets of the starry heavens. Out of those worlds in which man lives
    • person, sings its praises because there was still alive in him an
    • alive, completely alive, that is to say, filled with light within
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    • within the physical human being there lives a spiritual, inner one
    • inwardly active and alive, so may the will also be developed in a
    • become something inwardly alive, a kind of etheric body. The will may
    • states, waking life and sleep. In waking life man lives, consciously;
    • notice that in man there lives a real spectator of his thoughts and
    • is a reality. In our will there lives something which is perpetually
    • inwardly alive.
    • indication of future earth-lives. Just as future eclipses of the sun
    • future earth-lives indicated in that which is now alive within us. In
    • spiritual investigator, he lives, during his researches, outside his
    • the passage through repeated earth-lives, but is also enlightening
    • various religious confessions will be able to live together in the
    • circle of our friends, “In Him we live, and move, and have our
    • evolution of the earth unless Christ had lived, died, and risen again
    • nonsense as that repeated earth-lives could be proved from the Bible by
    • think of the fact that nothing about repeated earth-lives is found in
    • believe in these repeated earth-lives, for the simple reason that,
    • acceptation of these repeated earth-lives, which, certainly, minds such
    • Now repeated earth-lives
    • be said of the spiritually-scientific fact of repeated earth-lives that
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    • revelations. But this meant that he did not live in his thoughts in
    • the way we live in ours. We regard our thoughts as the possession of
    • Beings who are higher than man but who inspire me, who live in me,
    • thoughts as had the sages of old, who with their thoughts lived
    • lived in the country will know how the peasants dig pits in the earth
    • We must learn to live more intensely
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    • revelations. But this meant that he did not live in his thoughts in
    • the way we live in ours. We regard our thoughts as the possession of
    • Beings who are higher than man but who inspire me, who live in me,
    • thoughts as had the sages of old, who with their thoughts lived
    • lived in the country will know how the peasants dig pits in the earth
    • We must learn to live more intensely
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    • beings continue their existence in successive earth lives, and that
    • have at the age in which they lived but which they can now experience
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • light of this conception of repeated earth lives we shall soon come
    • Greeks because something lived in their souls which did not come to
    • contributed to this but it was also important that the Greeks lived
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • which he lived — and that is perhaps truer of him than of most
    • we ourselves live. Thus he releases the child from the repose and
    • bring it into motion so that it may seem to live in our world. And if
    • he did not receive the payments due to him and he lived in perpetual
    • we ourselves stand. We live together with this God the Father; we
    • spirit of earth, the Prophets by the cosmic spirit which lives not in
    • live within her which are related to the spiritual evolution of
    • the Sibyls within the realms of actual existence within which we live
    • figures within the same space in which we live. If we look at the
    • expression to what lives in him.
    • present form is due really to him. He did not live to see it
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    • beings continue their existence in successive earth lives, and that
    • have at the age in which they lived but which they can now experience
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • light of this conception of repeated earth lives we shall soon come
    • Greeks because something lived in their souls which did not come to
    • contributed to this but it was also important that the Greeks lived
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • which he lived — and that is perhaps truer of him than of most
    • we ourselves live. Thus he releases the child from the repose and
    • bring it into motion so that it may seem to live in our world. And if
    • he did not receive the payments due to him and he lived in perpetual
    • we ourselves stand. We live together with this God the Father; we
    • spirit of earth, the Prophets by the cosmic spirit which lives not in
    • live within her which are related to the spiritual evolution of
    • the Sibyls within the realms of actual existence within which we live
    • figures within the same space in which we live. If we look at the
    • expression to what lives in him.
    • present form is due really to him. He did not live to see it
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • and with all that lives in it. That is the essence, as it were, of
    • a weak reflection. You can live in that world in such a way that you
    • that human beings were fully alive, fully conscious, and that their
    • It can bring out things that do not emerge in the ordinary lives of
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Two: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part Two)
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • conviction that we live in and are always surrounded by the spiritual
    • I already exist and live in the latter much more truly than in the
    • the human soul lives in the spiritual world and has a spiritual
    • me always lives in the spiritual world even while I am living in my
    • delivered his lectures
    • in the form of abstract theories, but in lively understanding of
    • what he initially thought it was. This new quality lived in the
    • splendid cosmic image! In these Imaginations lives a wonderful
    • thing: The impulses of spiritual science should live in our souls
    • independently of time and space. They should be alive in us
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • can deny that we continue to live in sleep — unless such a
    • is just as good is to live in the center of an epidemic or endemic
    • related only to the material world, to things in nature, live in our
    • world around them; they need the thoughts of those who live on earth,
    • Imaginations, powerful Imaginations, lived, so to speak, in the sick
    • worlds. They lived in him in such a way that they worked on all those
    • level. These powerful Imaginations lived in these organs, and all the
    • the sense spiritual science speaks of it, is beautifully alive in our
    • someone else has a lively imagination, but cannot be bothered to
    • live in the spiritual world in a crippled state, as do those who take
    • lived in the physical world in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. In
    • evolution seriously. We must realize we live at a time when it is our
    • is only with great sorrow one lives through the events that had to be
    • lived through here in the last few days. We are in principle opposed
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • are like surrogate clairvoyance. When we dream, we live in a world of
    • stage where we can live in this spiritual atmosphere of streaming
    • live in their world.
    • the higher world, the present moment we live in now becomes a memory
    • ourselves when we live in the higher world. We have to keep our
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Five: The Blessing of the Dead
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • system and the brain. Thus, we learn to live in thinking and the
    • realization that in thinking we live as though outside our head. We
    • live in our weaving thoughts just as we do when we use our brain, but
    • learn to live in this weaving, hidden activity of language creation,
    • that lives only in the spiritual world. Then, we gradually get to
    • intensity of this unused life energy. Generally, people live to a
    • lives. Then we can understand the life of those we were very close
    • spiritual human being who structures his own body, lives in repeated
    • friend had lived in a past incarnation.
    • me presumptuous for saying this. When we enliven our thinking through
    • making it inwardly independent, alive, and comprehensible. That is
    • herself with a human being so that what lived in her in a completely
    • the super-sensible world into our thinking, they continue to live in
    • centuries, these souls long to be strengthened so that they can live
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • it. It would be the death of our soul if it always had to live in
    • phase of our development has been completed, and we live now in a
    • will come when we will have to live in freedom. And even if new
    • Imagination of the fiery dragon, for when it lives in the soul, it
    • reflect external reality accurately, but to enable us to live in the
    • as a zest for life, enthusiasm for being alive, and an ability to
    • are young and can still do so. People who cannot live with ideas that
    • something forms in the living tissue that is no longer alive but only
    • the physical body is the bearer of these processes, it is not alive.
    • reality they live in the etheric body. They are formed by our
    • thoughts can we live. These thoughts not only represent things, but
    • are also inwardly active and alive; they create something out of
    • soul only by enlivening our images with thoughts that do not
    • soul lives in it. Whatever makes the body healthy will do the same
    • science may not be aware of these circumstances, but they live in the
    • prevent having to live in a future filled with nothing other than
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • have crossed the threshold and live in the spiritual world. He shows
    • Steiner's own experience and the lives of those now dead who were
    • supposedly led. It was even rumored that he lived in a sumptuous
    • resting place on July 15, 1889. There are few indeed who lived under
    • words characterize Hamerling's attitude and show that he lived in
    • where he lived on the street then called Realschulstrasse; now it is
    • poet lived and of what he loved. He did not want the manuscript of
    • civilization, although someone was born and lived there in the first
    • and at most continues to live in the memory of the people in the
    • lived for the first ten or fifteen years of his life, because I
    • when I was a roaming boy. In part they came from the moment's lively
    • beauty should be alive in the world, and from his youth on he would
    • have preferred to live for that alone. It was like an instinct in his
    • an idea of how Hamerling's lyrical poetry is alive with everything
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    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • dimmed, and because in soul he lives in his thoughts he is naturally
    • But this procedure in the modern age, when we live in a
    • lived through amid the hubbub and clatter, he feels it as a
    • because in the present incarnation we are obliged to live in the
    • should not live through in the drowsiness of sleep and dream what
    • and therefore teems with spiritual beings. Spiritual beings live and
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    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • dimmed, and because in soul he lives in his thoughts he is naturally
    • But this procedure in the modern age, when we live in a
    • lived through amid the hubbub and clatter, he feels it as a
    • because in the present incarnation we are obliged to live in the
    • should not live through in the drowsiness of sleep and dream what
    • and therefore teems with spiritual beings. Spiritual beings live and
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    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • the principles underlying the fact of repeated earthly lives. But
    • set about learning his history? He thinks of the men who have lived
    • Middle Europe in their earlier lives? Is it not possible that they
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • repeated earthly lives.
    • which Christianity lives in the souls of Europeans today we must
    • which lived in these souls in an earlier incarnation, but a
    • We can look back to the peoples who lived in the Southern regions of
    • these souls who lived in the Southern regions of Europe at that time
    • impulse have lived on in these souls, in spite of all that has been
    • until we realize that in Rabindranath Tagore there lives a soul who
    • repeated earthly lives and merely take it as a theory. It must be
    • East lived on.
    • spiritual world live themselves out once again in a subtle and
    • We live in a world of pure abstractions when we study merely the
    • today to take the fact of repeated earthly lives in all seriousness
    • actual life, teachings like that of repeated earthly lives, which in
    • repeated lives on earth, but without actually expounding this as an
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    • earthly lives nor of the fact that in spite of the full reality of
    • the principles underlying the fact of repeated earthly lives. But
    • set about learning his history? He thinks of the men who have lived
    • Middle Europe in their earlier lives? Is it not possible that they
    • incarnated who in earlier incarnations lived in quite different
    • repeated earthly lives.
    • which Christianity lives in the souls of Europeans today we must
    • which lived in these souls in an earlier incarnation, but a
    • We can look back to the peoples who lived in the Southern regions of
    • these souls who lived in the Southern regions of Europe at that time
    • impulse have lived on in these souls, in spite of all that has been
    • until we realize that in Rabindranath Tagore there lives a soul who
    • repeated earthly lives and merely take it as a theory. It must be
    • East lived on.
    • spiritual world live themselves out once again in a subtle and
    • We live in a world of pure abstractions when we study merely the
    • today to take the fact of repeated earthly lives in all seriousness
    • actual life, teachings like that of repeated earthly lives, which in
    • repeated lives on earth, but without actually expounding this as an
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman live within us today? This is not easy to
    • live in human nature. Ahriman lives in the etheric body and Lucifer
    • is how we may live in accordance with the laws of Karma and the whole
    • which he can live out his Karma.
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    • Lucifer and Ahriman live within us today? This is not easy to
    • live in human nature. Ahriman lives in the etheric body and Lucifer
    • is how we may live in accordance with the laws of Karma and the whole
    • which he can live out his Karma.
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    • perceive what is alive. Many things will be needed in order that man,
    • varied racial substances live, as it were, side by side. I already
    • In the economic sphere alone we really live in the present. It is a
    • significant fact that we only live in the present in the economic
    • against the past would not live in each one of us, opposing the Greek
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • live? (Exceptions are, of course, always borne in mind). Up to the
    • sixth year of his life a human being is allowed to live unhampered,
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    • perceive what is alive. Many things will be needed in order that man,
    • varied racial substances live, as it were, side by side. I already
    • In the economic sphere alone we really live in the present. It is a
    • significant fact that we only live in the present in the economic
    • against the past would not live in each one of us, opposing the Greek
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • live? (Exceptions are, of course, always borne in mind). Up to the
    • sixth year of his life a human being is allowed to live unhampered,
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • which surrounded us becomes a Being and we live within it. This
    • falls; it then begins to think and lives through its thinking,
    • find in it that vivifying power which did not live in the earth
    • everything that lives in him participates in all the worlds which
    • something that lives in the present. And if we proceed further,
    • that lives in memory is the oldest, the old man among our soul
    • may have lived through something years ago and gathered from it
    • existed upon a higher stage, it lived in man instinctively, in
    • lives in the common will of its species.
    • us will do tomorrow is determined by Karma and already lives in
    • youth, Erasmus Franceschi lived with an aunt. Once he dreamed
    • that he could live on. In his case, the spiritual being that
    • upon it tomorrow. The same applies to inner life. Man lives in
    • inner being lives something which he is unable to survey through
    • lives something which we may designate as man's etheric body.
    • only rely on what lives in you. But imagine that you are suddenly
    • like a torch, so that we do not simply live through our spiritual
    • body, become a flaming light, when we live in the spiritual
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • which surrounded us becomes a Being and we live within it. This
    • falls; it then begins to think and lives through its thinking,
    • find in it that vivifying power which did not live in the earth
    • everything that lives in him participates in all the worlds which
    • something that lives in the present. And if we proceed further,
    • that lives in memory is the oldest, the old man among our soul
    • may have lived through something years ago and gathered from it
    • existed upon a higher stage, it lived in man instinctively, in
    • lives in the common will of its species.
    • us will do tomorrow is determined by Karma and already lives in
    • youth, Erasmus Franceschi lived with an aunt. Once he dreamed
    • that he could live on. In his case, the spiritual being that
    • upon it tomorrow. The same applies to inner life. Man lives in
    • inner being lives something which he is unable to survey through
    • lives something which we may designate as man's etheric body.
    • only rely on what lives in you. But imagine that you are suddenly
    • like a torch, so that we do not simply live through our spiritual
    • body, become a flaming light, when we live in the spiritual
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    • and the delivery of this
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    • death, man realises he could not live at all without borrowing continually
    • all. I cannot live without this world; and yet, if I have just eaten
    • world. It does not do so within me while I live; hence my own being
    • contact it as long as I live in a physical body. Moreover, when my body
    • impulses of will — he sees that Nature, in whom he lives, remains
    • because it is itself alive. It is, so to speak, a living riddle, for
    • two truths live in the subconsciousness of man today. On the one hand,
    • times and lives on. He learns that there was once a science that spoke
    • letting her destroy him. Indeed, the men who lived thousands of years
    • will have to live. It answers to what man most fervidly longs for, both
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    • he could not live. That was ‘science’ twenty years ago. What
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    • as he lives on earth, and the heavenly bodies.
    • did not live in a physical body.
    • above is a world with beings in it who once lived among us on earth,
    • and taught us in our former earthly lives; they have retired to the
    • moon-lives. — But we will not go into that today.
    • that results from earlier lives on earth — is connected with this
    • about it. But one who thinks more deeply may follow up the lives of these
    • way the lives of these two people have developed, step by step, from
    • places to meet about half-way through their lives. It is as if they
    • or periods in our lives, and do so in deep unconsciousness. It is from
    • thus forming their destiny for future lives on earth.
    • Thus, if one intends to speak on the way Karma operates in human lives,
    • people of whom we do not dream; we can live long with them without doing
    • lives in the depths of our will is, indeed, like a waking dream; but
    • calculate the probable number of years a man of thirty will live. He is
    • have died long before. It lay in his inner being to live on.
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    • is connected with what is most valuable in our lives — the moral
    • clearly recognised as such? If people had to live by what they are clear
    • lung, liver, etc., is connected with the cabbage, the pheasant, etc.,
    • lives in me and what surrounds me in supra-terrestrial space. At length
    • liver, spleen, kidney, heart, lung, bones, muscles and nerve strands.
    • for they lead people to think: there is a liver, there a heart, etc.
    • per cent. of man, while he lives, is a column of water.
    • making it irregular in order to experience how it lives and weaves in
    • the physical body which lives in solid forms on the earth
    • the fluid man in whom an ever mobile, etheric element lives and
    • A primeval wisdom that was still alive in Ancient Greece, felt the presence
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    • say: man, as an etheric being, lives in the general etheric world by
    • you must be able to go out of yourself and live again in another. In
    • entirely spiritual and lives in you as spirit alone.
    • physical body through which he lives at each moment in the present
    • physical earth. He has his etheric body through which he lives continually
    • toe, another inside your liver, another within your lung. You are not
    • differentiated with respect to temperature. In this you yourself live.
    • of living in your shin-bone, or in any other bone, or in your liver, or
    • ‘warmth-liver’, etc. Nevertheless this differentiation
    • in which we are living. This is real intuition. We live in this. And
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    • thought. But it is the ego of man's past lives on earth that is active
    • state, or has returned to his former lives on earth. When talking simply
    • is so. Thinking, feeling and willing live in our soul, but over and
    • to us. It is a rich world that lives in the depths of our being, but
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    • what lives and weaves in human nature, so distort it all. From what
    • a third the human liver. The physical matter provided by the mother's
    • man. At length we say: what the liver is we now see spiritually in a
    • The human liver, so perfect in its way, is formed from an imaginative
    • become a liver, this would not be a human liver, not even a goose-liver,
    • but a caricature of a liver. This gives us, in fact, deep insight into the
    • of man's repeated lives on earth. You see, moreover, that we must really
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    • lives, if he is so ‘superior’ that he sails through life
    • the lungs, liver, stomach, and, most of all, the brain as physical organs,
    • earthly lives. We see that this is so when we have a man before us and
    • beings until we have lived through this other aspect of our earthly
    • lived, for it is hidden under the surface of existence. If, through
    • is quite alive in us, we are ready to follow human life farther, beyond
    • life. We live through our physical life again, backwards and in its cosmic
    • and antipathies towards all he now lives through as a consequence of
    • within a kind of ‘spiritual rain’. We live through the
    • lives through the state after death.
    • he experiences when asleep. We now see that he has already lived through
    • of his life asleep. During this third he does, in fact, live through
    • Now after death it is really lived through consciously. For this reason
    • man lives through the part of life he has slept through, i.e. about
    • death, he lives through his nights again, backwards; only, what he lived
    • lives till the age of sixty, such experience after death will last twenty
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    • earthly life, we live in the third phase of memory. This third phase
    • of this experience that you live through.
    • world. In short, man lives through his experiences once more, but in
    • is not something in the body; it lives in the soul — in the astral
    • himself to live in his psycho-spiritual being without his physical body;
    • are really able to live there. Our faculty of memory now undergoes its
    • then the individualities of higher spiritual beings. We live as spirit
    • spiritual counterpart of our earthly life: we live among these beings
    • to live. Before, through living through the spiritual worth corresponding
    • order to live his life in a different way from before. Many incapacities
    • for this he will still retain, and only after many lives on earth will
    • survey our memory-pictures we can say that there lives behind them
    • behind this, again, lives what we have written into the world. Not until we
    • have lived through this are we really ourselves, standing naked in spirit
    • dispersed through the universe. But our Self lives behind them: the
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    • attention to the problems of repeated earth lives and of the destiny
    • obedience to the Pope. Now in the Eighteenth Century there lived a
    • desire to be true to that movement in which we profess to live.
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    • lives, of pre-existence, which Aristotle was clearly the first to
    • materialistic thoughts about the world. How does mankind live in a
    • live in the higher world! But even these profound natures as well as
    • which some misguided member has now delivered into the hands of a
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    • into physical existence through conception and birth he lived in a
    • lively feeling for it is worth a great deal; it is something
    • learn so to live inwardly as I shall one day live actually, when the
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    • into physical existence through conception and birth he lived in a
    • lively feeling for it is worth a great deal; it is something
    • learn so to live inwardly as I shall one day live actually, when the
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    • realms of the spiritual world through which man lives between death
    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • world in which we lived before we descended to Earth, even as we look
    • passes through repeated earthly lives.
    • that we carry in our soul are there as a result of earlier lives on
    • lives on earth. And between these have been also lives in a spiritual
    • Now we can come to a knowledge of the other lives we
    • have lived on earth only when we learn to imbue with love the faculty
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • what lives in the idea he has not himself produced; he will have a
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    • realms of the spiritual world through which man lives between death
    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • world in which we lived before we descended to Earth, even as we look
    • passes through repeated earthly lives.
    • that we carry in our soul are there as a result of earlier lives on
    • lives on earth. And between these have been also lives in a spiritual
    • Now we can come to a knowledge of the other lives we
    • have lived on earth only when we learn to imbue with love the faculty
    • in part, the events that befall us. And then, in the further lives
    • what lives in the idea he has not himself produced; he will have a
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    • alive, and is something which in the course of time can and must
    • of forming fresh connections. But through repeated earth-lives we
    • in a feeling, instinctive way, of what they formerly lived through
    • certain after-effects of previous earth-lives, people are drawn
    • requires of us that we should not dream our lives away in the dark,
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • species. Why do animals of the same species live, within certain
    • post-Atlantean epoch because at that time mankind lived more as
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
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    • alive, and is something which in the course of time can and must
    • of forming fresh connections. But through repeated earth-lives we
    • in a feeling, instinctive way, of what they formerly lived through
    • certain after-effects of previous earth-lives, people are drawn
    • requires of us that we should not dream our lives away in the dark,
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • species. Why do animals of the same species live, within certain
    • post-Atlantean epoch because at that time mankind lived more as
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
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    • who lived during the period described in my
    • little live creature that ran through the whole process of breathing,
    • soul — when it was as yet only soul — and lived within a
    • alive.
    • ourselves with what lives spiritually in the rhythms of the external
    • his body (blue) and live within the rhythm of the external world and behold
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
    • direction of space — in fact, perceive what is alive. One discovers that
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    • who lived during the period described in my
    • little live creature that ran through the whole process of breathing,
    • soul — when it was as yet only soul — and lived within a
    • alive.
    • ourselves with what lives spiritually in the rhythms of the external
    • his body (blue) and live within the rhythm of the external world and behold
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
    • direction of space — in fact, perceive what is alive. One discovers that
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    • late as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • Paul continue to live upon earth — that is, until about his
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • there is no doubt we live in an age of severe testing. Through man's
    • live in present-day civilisation.
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    • late as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • Paul continue to live upon earth — that is, until about his
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • there is no doubt we live in an age of severe testing. Through man's
    • live in present-day civilisation.
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    • of their lives. There are the anthroposophists who live Anthroposophia
    • and love it, making it the content of their lives. Generally, though
    • tolerance among farmers — an intimate “live and let live”
    • who thereby, perhaps, can understand what lives in the peasantry, in
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    • in yesterday's lecture. For when you meditate you live quite differently
    • of the peasants in all the things that touch their lives. It might have
    • altogether different time. You lived with the peasants in the country,
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    • Whatever is alive — the higher it is, the more it will tend to
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    • on sheep. The idea is that certain bacteria live in the paunch of the
    • If you make a solution of nutritive salts, certain plants cannot live
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    • light in the realms of Anthroposophia, we also need to live in it
    • forget that the silicon which lives thus in the mineral quartz is
    • farther. Everything that lives in the silicious nature contains
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    • observe how all agricultural products arise; how Agriculture lives in
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • alive; moreover in winter it is most of all alive. If we human beings
    • that live and abound in the distant planets are working, as we have
    • shading. If on the other hand the earthly nature is to live strongly
    • the midst between the two. The Sun-nature lives most of all in the
    • given, does the cosmic nature live in the plant? It lives in the
    • lives in the whole complex of Nature's household. In form and colour
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    • human Ego — the essential Spirit of man — lives in the
    • carbon, so in a manner of speaking the Ego of the Universe lives as
    • the Spirit of the Universe — lives via the sulphur in the
    • our breathing it becomes alive again. Inside us it must be alive.
    • in the air. But the moment it comes into the Earth, it is alive
    • again. Just as the oxygen does, so too the nitrogen becomes alive;
    • only becomes alive but sensitive inside the Earth; and this is
    • so, it would be like a man who lived on a farm but wanted to remain
    • alive, and astral. Hydrogen carries it upward and
    • breathing. We live and weave in concentration and meditation.
    • youth, at least, when I lived among the peasant folk, could witness
    • plants, everything that belongs to nitrogen lives far more nearly
    • cravings. See how it all becomes organic and alive! Take the chalk or
    • effect, all that the limestone desires to have, lives in the
    • aristocratic gentleman, silica, lives either in the ramparts of his
    • plant itself live in the midst of this process? Down there below, the
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    • live cannot possibly be judged from such restricted aspects.
    • to become inwardly alive — akin to the plant-nature. Now the same
    • To manure the earth is to make it alive, so that the plant may not be
    • the soil is sufficiently alive.
    • outer world, the organism must live in this way: through the contours
    • develop inner mobility; their body becomes inwardly quick and alive.
    • outward, and lives with its environment, thereby receiving
    • throughout the winter — in the season when the Earth is most alive
    • — the entire content of the horn becomes inwardly alive. For the
    • Earth is most inwardly alive in winter-time. All that is living is stored
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    • the earth, where it must live, the cosmic forces upon which its life
    • nematode is a wire-like worm). But it cannot live up there, for the
    • only live within certain limits of existence. You try to live in an
    • Above and beneath this level you can no longer live. Nor can the nematode.
    • It cannot live if the earth is not there, nor can it live unless the
    • longer live. It shuns life if it has to live in an earth thus peppered.
    • makes it to some extent alive in itself; awakens waves and weavings
    • alive. The water, too, is mineral. There is of course no hard-and-fast
    • the earth too strongly. The earth will become too much alive. Once more,
    • live. Needless to say, you cannot merely speculate. Nevertheless, you
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    • The fully developed insect, in effect, lives and moves by virtue of
    • the existence of the woods. Their larvae, too, live by the very existence
    • only live upon the earth by virtue of the tree-roots being there. However,
    • themselves, so to speak, from the tree-root-nature, and live more near
    • earth-worm — how it lives together with the soil. These worms
    • own essence, it is a creature that lives directly in the air and warmth.
    • of the air and warmth. That is how the animal lives in the domain of
    • absorbs the air and warmth. The plant lives directly with the earth
    • may say: Having recognised that the plant lives directly with earth
    • sense in which the animal lives by absorption of food, the plant lives
    • from the world, and lives thereby. Thus the plant gives, and lives by
    • you will often find this saying: Everything in Nature lives by give
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    • will emerge; but all of these will proceed from the one guiding live:
    • way it lives in the Earth, the root absorbs this nascent Ego-force.
    • substance into its head, so that it may have a live and mobile sense-relationship,
    • a most beneficial effect on a morbid inclination of the liver. In effect,
    • the liver of all Organs works with the greatest relative independence
    • in the human body. Therefore, quite generally speaking, liver diseases
    • — those that are rather diseases of the animal liver — can
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    • A lecture delivered in Cologne, on March 17th 1905. Authorized translation
    • A lecture delivered in Cologne, on March 17th 1905. Authorized translation
    • to live without the doctrine of reincarnation. Christ
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    • A lecture delivered in Cologne, on March 17th 1905. Authorized translation
    • A lecture delivered in Cologne, on March 17th 1905. Authorized translation
    • to live without the doctrine of reincarnation. Christ
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on October 28th 1921. Authorized
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on October 28th 1921. Authorized
    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • lives upon the earth as a hunter, breeder of animals,
    • live as a breeder of animals by taming the goat: Capricorn.
    • He is able to live as a farmer, by — well, let us
    • the universe that lives in him. Aries should therefore not
    • universal principle that lives within. Here, too, the
    • Pisces. We now live for many centuries under the sign of
    • the following: We now live
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on October 28th 1921. Authorized
    • A lecture delivered in Dornach, on October 28th 1921. Authorized
    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • lives upon the earth as a hunter, breeder of animals,
    • live as a breeder of animals by taming the goat: Capricorn.
    • He is able to live as a farmer, by — well, let us
    • the universe that lives in him. Aries should therefore not
    • universal principle that lives within. Here, too, the
    • Pisces. We now live for many centuries under the sign of
    • the following: We now live
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Cover Sheet
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    • Eleven Lectures delivered in Berlin
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    • Saturn and liver; the Prometheus myth... January 6, 1908
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture I
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    • Saturn and liver; the Prometheus myth... January 6, 1908.
    • one does not know that beings who live above in higher worlds are active
    • Beings that live on the moon can therefore carry out their operations
    • possess to an infinitely higher, more frightful degree all that lives
    • for them, the atmosphere in which they can live and whence they exercise
    • man, belongs to the body of beings who live in our astral world. To
    • whole earthly vegetation and all that lives on earth, you will realize the
    • is not a matter of indifference. Influences of the Venus beings live
    • human liver. You must of course be clear that if one really wants to
    • is the liver upon which the Saturn forces have a strong and intensive
    • anchored in his liver. And although certain forces are present in the
    • liver from which man must free himself, yet they were necessary to enable
    • when the human body is being built up, the liver occupies the greatest
    • the relation later is 1:36. The liver decreases approximately by one
    • as an outward physical expression the power to overcome the liver forces.
    • In a certain way the lungs represent the counter-organ to the liver.
    • They do not enclose everything egotistically in themselves as the liver
    • ultimate stage in the liver. The forces which he receives like a fire
    • a vulture devours the liver of the fettered Prometheus. How could it
    • the breathing process gnaw at the liver and that he who accomplishes
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    • the sun. Beings who live always in the sun do not have day and night.
    • in the middle of the Atlantean epoch; and what human beings have lived
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    • so far advanced as to be able, like the Fire-Spirits, to live on the
    • as arena for those beings who had not been able to live with the Fire-Spirits
    • themselves created the dwelling-places in which they could live. Now
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    • live like that. Today with our mineral kingdom, fluid kingdom, etc.,
    • we cannot live as the human being lived on ancient Saturn. At that time
    • live and weave and they have sacrificed what they still possessed on the
    • that which lived in him inwardly; he was as if hermetically sealed towards
    • persons had lived on earth 2000 years after the instilling of the ego,
    • what we call Theosophy we learn to know of these deeds, we live and
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    • live so long? Why did the other Patriarchs live so long? Because one
    • death were meaningless for all the following lives then you might stereo-type
    • our modern life is based on the fact that the individual lives at the
    • science will help to prepare men for this. Men will be able to live
    • to live without Christianity, for Christianity is greater than all religion.
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    • their lives according to the spirit of the time, how they found states,
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    • kind would like to live entirely in the spirit and not descend to their
    • later incarnations? I live in this incarnation, I like it, it suits
    • live a bodiless existence. They must cut themselves off entirely from
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    • animal dies, the group soul or group ego remains alive. It is just the
    • evil feelings, these live around him and attract beings which are there
    • will be very short-lived, and to the one who is able to look into the
    • a last relic of ancient clairvoyant sight. Man lived by day in a world
    • of hazy, nebulous outlines, in the night he lived among spiritual beings
    • shall live in the connections and associations which men create for
    • shepherd and his flock, in the case of herdsmen in general who live
    • when men left their bodies in the night, they lived among the spiritual
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    • which lived in warmth. We must thus clearly distinguish between the
    • system live unless astral beings are active in it, and never can a blood
    • system live unless ego-beings are active in it. Thus you all meanly
    • whiz and whir through the world in which we live.
    • in forms. But then mankind too will live as spirit in the spirit. Then,
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    • certain respect, continually passing through us; we live with them all
    • who live around us in this fine etheric body, and send down to us their
    • beings live, so to speak, out of the spiritual worlds and extend their
    • in all the forms of his temple what lives in space, what one can feel
    • him out of the spiritual world and made alive to him when it comes in
    • the soul has lived in what has always been called the “Harmony
    • lives during the night in these sounds of the spheres and they are enkindled
    • as their lowest member. With these beings man lives in the night; he
    • lives through our earthly sphere, they have the opportunity of plunging
    • says that something lives in man which goes beyond man, something superhuman
    • what lives in the soul, what goes on while the deed is performed.
    • reproduction of what lives in the soul in the whole emotional scale
    • Science is life. It lives in the world process, and when one says that
    • into one great stream, we see this feeling live in the artist who sought
    • to combine the different means of expression so that what lives in the
    • writings is the main feature that lives in them, the religious wisdom,
    • together in the catacombs below the old Roman city. But that which lived
    • that lives in our souls when we sit together, let us seek to expand
    • in a new incarnation, many things already realized. which live in them
    • sensations and let that live into the summer sunshine which shows us
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    • times and conditions in which we live. I would like to
    • great figure of Aristotle, who lived centuries before the
    • with an unerring accuracy enlivened words to the extent
    • teaching of repeated earth lives, as you can read in my
    • that he once lived as an ape during an incarnation. If one
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    • felt like awakened individuals who had lived for a long
    • apostles that they had lived through a long time as in a
    • simple lives, but some of them had been acting strangely in
    • is the following. I know very well that we live in a time
    • words, you may feel an indication of what lives in me when
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    • flowed from what lived in their souls as the living force
    • life of the Christ-Being which this being lived through
    • human being lives though a spiritual life after death. From
    • in leaving the spiritual spheres in order to live with the
    • to be lived out in order to transform the heavenly being of
    • In the higher worlds it is possible to read what lives in
    • be thought foolish by men. The Sun-Hero lived together with
    • earth, lived on the physical plane for three years and
    • baptism in the Jordan, had lived in circumstances which
    • mind. A spirit lived for three years in the body of Jesus
    • A life was lived on the earth that was not conditioned by
    • collapses with the knowledge that a life was lived on earth
    • Olives with his disciples and the Christ-Being in the body
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    • climax of the various periods which Jesus of Nazareth lived
    • short, a lively exchange of ideas took place between Jesus
    • John the Baptist, who lived as a lay brother within the
    • impression on him, so he lived the Essene life as a lay
    • lived in Jesus' soul about which he couldn't
    • burned like fire in his soul and he lived with it
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    • time we considered yesterday. What must have lived in Jesus
    • have a feeling for what lived in his soul from hearing
    • family members who lived in the house; that is, he could
    • world, but had the liveliest feelings for the speech of
    • area where they live is so marshy, Hillel said and went
    • Now lived in daily bread,
    • greatness of the Mithras worship lived in his soul with
    • and about what lived in the ancient mysteries of the
    • why people can no longer live in their physical bodies
    • separate yourself from society, but live and work within
    • more she knew of all the wisdom that had lived in him since
    • it, but also let us feel that now a special being lived on
    • had not yet lived in a human body, who heretofore had only
    • been in spiritual regions, who previously had not lived on
    • Men do not live by bread alone, but by the spiritual which
    • connected with what had lived in him before his twelfth
    • through their souls when he lived under their roofs. In
    • lived in daily bread”. The people who were around him
    • to live from bread alone. And the words from that ancient
    • pagan prayer – “now lived in daily bread”
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    • which we live. These pictures reflect the mighty spiritual events
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    • but also the spiritual configuration that lives behind and in a thought,
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    • people live. The future resides in the hearts of men and women. The
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    • people live. The future resides in the hearts of men and women. The
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    • 13:14 And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live. \
    • we could live backward we would see all the things that we will see
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    • the number 666 as an example of how we must live into this mysterious
    • characteristics appear wherever the lives of the great apostles of
    • are described. The lives of Orpheus, Pythagoras, Hermes, and Buddha
    • externally on the physical plane. Their lives were entirely dedicated
    • looked toward him who was to come, who will live on the physical plane
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    • especially enliven on this day. We want to be filled with a feeling
    • no longer live its life on the physical plane. Just as it is here on
    • entire evolution of humanity lives from them.
    • stimulate us, but the spirit must become alive within. One thing that
    • of humankind will live toward the sixth main race; a larger part will
    • assume that someone lives in a region where the physical body is especially
    • pray for a blessing through the enlivening of the etheric body. This
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    • who fuse with their race, will be condemned to lead further lives in
    • that has lived for a long time and found various explanations. However,
    • realize that justice should prevail, that justice should live, if you
    • realize that humankind cannot live without the beautiful and the good,
    • who have advanced, who have developed their souls, will live like lofty
    • days and then again become alive: “... and those who dwell on the
    • tool, and that is the plant, without which the human being cannot live.
    • initiate. Abel was a man of God who voluntarily lived from what was
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    • into his soul, unless we look at what lived in him as the knowledge
    • had lived and died in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Now he knew that
    • that he had died and yet still lived, now united with earthly existence
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    • lived, those whom we call the Atlanteans.
    • who are present today lived there, but they were equipped with other
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    • evolution where we live in a bodily nature in such a way that we are no
    • now living in our bodies have also lived in Indian bodies, and at that
    • the earth will become devastated and only the soul will remain alive,
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    • of the Atlantean cultural epoch he refers to what lives in their memories.
    • must descend into various incarnations on the earth where they live
    • their lives in physical, sensible bodies. Every life on earth is followed
    • had to be taught to live in such a way that they could find Osiris in
    • achieved as the fruit of their lives with them and carry it into the
    • (And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. \
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    • it meant to know with human consciousness that the I lives. Nevertheless,
    • schematically how what began in the Greco-Latin age still lives today,
    • that lives and grows, even in the smallest thing we look at. Human beings
    • there may be only the smallest of groups present to hear the reenlivened
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    • all of that in their inner lives. Therefore, their feeling life did
    • that through the spirituality that lived in the moon, they could perceive
    • were in equal measure greater at that time. The Lemurians, who lived
    • what lived within them to speak. In ancient times, the Edda was not
    • had not come and lived in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. The fifth epoch
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    • occult process taking place here. Christ lived, of course, for only
    • by the individuality of Christ through the fact that he lived in the
    • Christian devotion if we realize that such a mystery lived in him. Around
    • be inspired by what lived in them, what had been woven into them. But now
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    • us understand Paul correctly, who said: “I live, but it is no
    • longer I who live, but Christ in me.”
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    • death and a new birth. Here souls become more alive. What happens in
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    • of fire. Human beings lived in fire before descending into a dense bodily
    • beings able to live in the astral world will raise up the finer part
    • 12:2 And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered. \
    • 12:4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. \
    • 12:11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death. \
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    • 12:4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born. \
    • 12:11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death. \
    • 18:7 How much she hath glorified herself, and lived deliciously, so much torment and sorrow give her: for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorrow. \
    • 18:9 And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, \
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    • groups can now be multiplied together because they will live within
    • Paul said, “... it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives
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    • what gradually began to live in the souls of the Templars.
    • sensible physical existence; they were to live solely in what streams from
    • devoted work such as the Crusades demanded, the Templars lived out in
    • what lived in the souls of these men, who might never waver in their duty,
    • now, when such an intense life is lived in the right rhythms, so that it can
    • into the service of the course of events. And it was intended that what lived
    • way a life that is lived mystically is also in connection with the life going
    • way. Their external deeds and the enthusiasm that lived in these deeds drew
    • outside the body, lived with the spiritual progress of humanity and
    • had also to be brought about that something which could only live in the
    • consciousness had been dulled, therefore what lived in this evil
    • possible for the purpose of the Order to continue to be lived out with the
    • intensity and strength with which it was at first lived out by the great
    • out by force, lived on. It lived on, together with many other things, in the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha was not lost. It lived on. And the souls of the
    • from the spiritual world streams of spiritual life for those who lived in the
    • but into many others; and it continues to live, although but little noticed
    • almost escapes notice in the outside world! It lives on however, and is
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    • what gradually began to live in the souls of the Templars.
    • sensible physical existence; they were to live solely in what streams from
    • devoted work such as the Crusades demanded, the Templars lived out in
    • what lived in the souls of these men, who might never waver in their duty,
    • now, when such an intense life is lived in the right rhythms, so that it can
    • into the service of the course of events. And it was intended that what lived
    • way a life that is lived mystically is also in connection with the life going
    • way. Their external deeds and the enthusiasm that lived in these deeds drew
    • outside the body, lived with the spiritual progress of humanity and
    • had also to be brought about that something which could only live in the
    • consciousness had been dulled, therefore what lived in this evil
    • possible for the purpose of the Order to continue to be lived out with the
    • intensity and strength with which it was at first lived out by the great
    • out by force, lived on. It lived on, together with many other things, in the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha was not lost. It lived on. And the souls of the
    • from the spiritual world streams of spiritual life for those who lived in the
    • but into many others; and it continues to live, although but little noticed
    • almost escapes notice in the outside world! It lives on however, and is
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    • manifestation, of those forces which live and weave as Spirit
    • delivers it into the blood.
    • spleen; that further on is inserted the liver; and, still further
    • on, the organ which contains the gall prepared by the liver.
    • saying that the liver prepares the gall; that the gall flows out into
    • three interior organs, the spleen, the liver, and the gall-bladder?
    • thing as that which flows out from the liver, the gall-bladder and
    • inside us. Thus the blood presents itself inwardly to the liver,
    • if we now observe these organs more closely for a moment, the liver,
    • connection with the liver. At the next stage we see how the blood
    • offers itself to the liver, and how the liver in its turn, as a third
    • blood is the spleen, the second is the liver, and the third is the
    • man; and, similarly, the liver they called an inner Jupiter;
    • we shall discover this fact: This ego that lives in me is filled with
    • he does not then live in his ordinary ego. He cannot then say
    • tablet, and he then lives in his ego with these impressions. In the
    • live, as a matter of fact, only as far as our eye, our optic nerve.
    • We recoil before the bodily expression of our blood, we live outside
    • advance further, to the thought that man can really live in the
    • rooted and lives in the spiritual world. We shall thereby come to
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    • disappear also. We then begin to live in a spiritual world above us,
    • organs, is present in our liver, our gall-bladder, and our spleen. We
    • first considered the liver, the gall-bladder, and the spleen. The
    • liver, gall-bladder, spleen. They do not, like the eye or the ear,
    • three organs, the liver, the gall-bladder and the spleen, work, as we
    • among which we have here these three representative ones, the liver,
    • into his own spirituality in so far as this is alive in him, this
    • able to see my own liver, gall-bladder, and spleen!” As I
    • liver, his gall-bladder, and his spleen is viewed from outside, just
    • physiology, as liver, gall-bladder, and spleen constitutes these
    • the liver with the action of Jupiter, and the activity of the
    • liver or gall-bladder, etc., as we shall see tomorrow — to be
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    • gall-bladder, and the liver we have a co-operating system of organs
    • the liver and the spleen, all of this results in that warding off we
    • therefore, that in the spleen, the liver and the gall-bladder as they
    • material, the three organ-systems of the liver, the gall-bladder, and
    • the system of the spleen, liver, and gall-bladder, on the one hand,
    • the system of spleen, liver, gall-bladder on the one hand and the
    • know as liver, gall-bladder, and spleen), we have placed that system
    • spleen, liver, and gall-bladder systems, and connected with it on the
    • the liver as a Jupiter-activity, and that of the gall-bladder as a
    • it can live as it actually does live. We have in this human
    • blood-substance, a nerve-substance, a liver-substance, a
    • the liver, and the gall-bladder.
    • ego down into our ether-body that which we have lived over inwardly
    • delivered 19th March, 1911. Not published in English.
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    • as the spleen, the liver, the gall-bladder, the kidneys, the lungs,
    • example, are the liver and the kidneys. These are organs which, like
    • felt the blow in its effect in such a way that you live through an
    • that such a substance goes into the liver. There it is told,
    • the liver, the gall-bladder, the spleen, etc. That which streams into
    • a normal state of consciousness can observe the activity of his liver,
    • Everything that we live through in our inner organisation remains
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    • not so. As long as we are alive we are not dealing, in a single
    • physical instrument, follows physically what the ego lives through in
    • under the influence of what the ego may here live through, spreads
    • Whereas in our blood we are alive, we are in truth already
    • “Whereas in our blood we are alive, we are in our bony system,
    • scaffolding, the thing in us that is least of all alive, only a
    • of us, again however as individuals, have lived and acted in the
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    • the liver and spleen, the heart and lungs, etc., we are compelled to
    • corpuscles which shows us that it is just beginning to live,
    • world, our inner cosmic system, spleen, liver, gall-bladder, etc.,
    • functions of these organs, liver, gallbladder, kidneys, lungs, and
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    • liver, kidneys, gall-bladder, spleen, heart, lungs, etc.
    • light, by all that lives in our souls under the influence of the
    • liver empties through the gall-bladder into the duodenum) and show
    • that the system of veins discharges into the liver, and that out of
    • blood, through the roundabout way of the liver; and in the gall the
    • back into the liver itself, and the liver in turn we find connected
    • observe the liver, the gallbladder, the spleen (this follows quite
    • excretory processes. Liver, gall-bladder, and spleen have nothing to
    • alive and directs itself to the organisation of consciousness. Since,
    • from the liver, the gall-bladder, and the spleen. In the same way
    • process, the liver, the gallbladder, the spleen, as well as those
    • liver; and gall-bladder, Mars, in the human organism. I should have
    • the liver, the gall-bladder, and the spleen.
    • blood, to the position of Jupiter-liver (tin) in the lower course of
    • lives its life in an opening of itself outward, as is the case in the
    • in what the human being develops in order that his race may live over
    • away again, to live in the outside world and perhaps to pass on to
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    • scarcely a faint reflection of what lived in the soul of an ancient
    • Anthroposophy to feel at least something of the mood which lived in
    • A whole world lived while
    • — this inner world which lived in the soul of the pupil? We can
    • lively sympathy into the words, and allowed them to work upon him
    • gradually learn to comprehend what lived in the ancient Hebrew sage
    • something approximating to what lived in an ancient Hebrew sage when
    • another of the nature of desire, which lives in inner movement, inner
    • lived in the soul of the ancient Hebrew sage when he used this word
    • should clearly understand that in those days there was a lively
    • not yet there. The unit at which they are working lives to begin with
    • only as an aim. What is there is a multiplicity. The unit lives, to
    • lived as the ultimate goal in a group of spiritual Beings who had
    • what lived in the heart of the Hebrew sage of old in the word
    • before us in picture form what lives in these all-powerful archetypal
    • sphere a group of pondering spiritual Beings live. They are engaged
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    • even his outer form bears testimony to the fact that his being lives
    • that their more specifically bodily part lived in the air and the
    • that in the brooding warmth lives the lower spiritual part of the
    • Elohim, somewhat as our own desire lives in the lower part of our
    • haschamayim, lives in the light, in the spiritual sound, in
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    • group-souls of the plants actually live as real Beings. And these
    • there had developed as much of an animal nature as could live in the
    • lived in them — it was just as if there were seven men in a
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    • stimulate and enliven we see at the same time the development of
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    • ourselves have lived through in other bodies; we are able to form a
    • the Spirits of Form — the Exusiai — who live and weave
    • in truth there live the Spirits of Will; a fluid element, in which in
    • truth live the Spirits of Wisdom; an airy element, within which in
    • truth live the Spirits of Movement; and a warmth element, wherein in
    • truth live the Spirits of Form, the Elohim.
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    • Let us bear in mind that the clairvoyant lives in a kind of
    • “We live and weave in the cosmos; we create, and in creating
    • we sink into the beings who live as men on the Moon; we speed through
    • “they lived and wove in it.” Nor could it be said of the
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    • lived in Paradise he remained a being of warmth and air. At that time
    • itself into the fluid and solid part of man, it lives in all that is
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    • incarnation, a state in which human beings could once more live. From
    • concerned, man lived through the moon period too, he lived through
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    • to develop concepts which do not live in our memory. They are set in
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • This way of thinking is not limited to space; it lives within the
    • medium of time, in the same way thinking lives within the medium of
    • thinking must be inwardly mobile. As stated, it lives within the
    • Our ordinary thoughts could not live within our consciousness in a
    • human soul is to live in a sound condition. This applies to the
    • generally advanced. Scientific facts can be remembered, they live in
    • intensified thinking endowed with plastic forces which lives in time,
    • does not only live in constantly changing forms, but it is able to
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • still lived in a soul-spiritual world surrounded by soul-spiritual
    • us to live in a spiritual world in which we existed before birth and
    • worlds in which he lives before he is conceived by physical forces
    • and enters physical life on earth or in which he lives after passing
    • Since Anthroposophy is not a mere theory, and does not merely live in
    • part of the reality which lives soul-spiritually in the world. One
    • word because here on earth he lives in a physical body which bears
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    • to develop concepts which do not live in our memory. They are set in
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • This way of thinking is not limited to space; it lives within the
    • medium of time, in the same way thinking lives within the medium of
    • thinking must be inwardly mobile. As stated, it lives within the
    • Our ordinary thoughts could not live within our consciousness in a
    • human soul is to live in a sound condition. This applies to the
    • generally advanced. Scientific facts can be remembered, they live in
    • intensified thinking endowed with plastic forces which lives in time,
    • does not only live in constantly changing forms, but it is able to
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • still lived in a soul-spiritual world surrounded by soul-spiritual
    • us to live in a spiritual world in which we existed before birth and
    • worlds in which he lives before he is conceived by physical forces
    • and enters physical life on earth or in which he lives after passing
    • Since Anthroposophy is not a mere theory, and does not merely live in
    • part of the reality which lives soul-spiritually in the world. One
    • word because here on earth he lives in a physical body which bears
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    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • relation to the spiritual world. One lives only in a heightened sense
    • must also live with the physical world; therefore this mood of soul
    • today about “repeated earthly lives” — when it
    • feeling, he has no choice but to acknowledge repeated lives on earth.
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    • lives in such a person a certain antipathy to confronting the abyss
    • relation to the spiritual world. One lives only in a heightened sense
    • must also live with the physical world; therefore this mood of soul
    • today about “repeated earthly lives” — when it
    • feeling, he has no choice but to acknowledge repeated lives on earth.
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    • the daughter of religion, and still lived in the closest ties of
    • daughter of religion, and she too lived in dose family relationship
    • feeling, which simply must enliven us if the truths of Spiritual
    • lives.
    • have already been alive in European cultural life from the time of
    • alive, the culture associated with the name of Persephone. In that
    • still felt at that time that thinking was alive there, that hope was
    • understand that the spiritual thought which lives in their souls has
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    • regain through Spiritual Science was still very much alive in ancient
    • whole wondrous action comes alive for you in the Pluto scene of the
    • given them the laws which continue to live in human morality.
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    • could not penetrate the matter with intellect, but it lived in his
    • He lived far more in
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    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • able to live out their lives in this sheath of the human physical
    • lived in their sensations and feelings. When a Greek turned to the
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    • without, when it lives instead in the spiritual world, when it
    • lived in him, side by side with what was in his astral body as the
    • him on the Earth. And that is what the man who lived in olden times
    • that time there was a humanity which lived with its consciousness
    • the bit of space enclosed by its skin, a time when it lived outside,
    • lived at one with the world of cosmic space. But those times have
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • elder Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus, like the other Greek gods, lived as
    • antiquity, and lived in a post-Atlantean fleshly body. Just as the
    • the personal intellectual ego, once lived as a man, as the younger
    • pre-historic times. This Dionysos the younger actually lived, he was
    • figure who actually lived as a man, accompanied by a remarkable band
    • in asking: ‘Is Dionysos the younger alive today?’ Yes,
    • my dear friends. Go where you will, look at what lives in the world
    • culture also envelops all men in their daily lives—therein
    • lives Dionysos the younger! Whether you turn to the teaching of our
    • financial system throughout the world, in all that there lives the
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    • lives on the physical plane has within it not only those forces of a
    • felt that in what constituted the world of men there lived something
    • different from what lived in the gods of Zeus's world.
    • which we live has a heterogeneous constituent was felt too by the
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    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • verily lived the soul of Dionysos of old, was Plato. One only
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    • of one life lays obligations upon us for many lives, not simply for
    • lived, there comes a divine thought which is real. What had made that
    • that it suited them better, (putting it colloquially) to live in the
    • gods, of whom one elected to continue to live, as the real ancient
    • continued to live only in what we call the etheric elements, first
    • out of which they formed their bodies. Everything which lives in the
    • developed which in the long run were only able to live in these finer
    • Being who had chosen to dwell among the gods who only wanted to live
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    • representations of the others, only wished to live in the finer
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    • doctor and philosopher Broca delivered before the Paris
    • complete the circle, leads us to recognise what lives and subsists in
    • illusion of spirit. It is because we live in the spirit but do not
    • For we do indeed live in the spirit without knowing it. We see spirit
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    • mankind was drawing near. The last great Nazarene lived at the time of
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    • A public lecture delivered in Stuttgart, Germany,
    • ordinary life. But the force that enables us to keep memories alive,
    • imprinting does not bring about an enlivening process but a process
    • death take place not only at the beginning and end of our lives but
    • organisation throughout our lives.
    • evolution human life runs its course in repeated earth lives. For the
    • of lives he spends in a physical body and another form of existence
    • Lessing also did, that in coming back for repeated lives on
    • next. This knowledge of repeated earth lives cannot become a
    • middle European region in which we live. If anyone has been deeply
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    • A public lecture delivered in Stuttgart, Germany,
    • ordinary life. But the force that enables us to keep memories alive,
    • imprinting does not bring about an enlivening process but a process
    • death take place not only at the beginning and end of our lives but
    • organisation throughout our lives.
    • evolution human life runs its course in repeated earth lives. For the
    • of lives he spends in a physical body and another form of existence
    • Lessing also did, that in coming back for repeated lives on
    • next. This knowledge of repeated earth lives cannot become a
    • middle European region in which we live. If anyone has been deeply
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach,
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach,
    • realms of popular thought. We live in an age of the most careless
    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • And so it is. When our thoughts are alive and not frozen, when they
    • introduction — ‘We sometimes hear it said that we live in
    • that we live in the best of times. And we can look forward with
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    • A lecture delivered in Dornach,
    • realms of popular thought. We live in an age of the most careless
    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • And so it is. When our thoughts are alive and not frozen, when they
    • introduction — ‘We sometimes hear it said that we live in
    • that we live in the best of times. And we can look forward with
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    • and live among other peoples is not enough, any more than cursory
    • And those who would learn to know the true being of man as he lives
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • something that really lives under the surface of the Earth. This
    • seen, the oriental lives naturally in the processes of the metabolic
    • the sayings of Buddha, for he lives in the breathing rhythm and his
    • a possibility for everyone. Everyone should pay heed to what lives in
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and live among other peoples is not enough, any more than cursory
    • And those who would learn to know the true being of man as he lives
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • something that really lives under the surface of the Earth. This
    • seen, the oriental lives naturally in the processes of the metabolic
    • the sayings of Buddha, for he lives in the breathing rhythm and his
    • a possibility for everyone. Everyone should pay heed to what lives in
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • higher vision the direct proof that Christ lives, that He is
    • shaped our planet, who have built the bodies in which we live
    • so we will let one who lived a brief life at the end of the
    • In later ages he lived more and more on the physical plane,
    • man once had lived. But the Gods he was still able to behold
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • there lived in the soul of every Indian something that can be
    • expanse, lives a Being now revealed to man in veiled form
    • could proclaim to the others:- Osiris lives! But never could
    • personal witness that Osiris lives — ‘although we
    • say to you that the God lives in very truth, it is only the
    • one in his inmost being, lives, but he lives in the spiritual
    • that the God with whom he must be united, lives in very
    • lived in the times of Atlantis. Men were able to provide a
    • — We too live in a world where leaves and blossom have
    • the Leader. So do the old worlds live on into the new; the
    • now the God with whom man must be united lives among us here,
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    • higher vision the direct proof that Christ lives, that He is
    • shaped our planet, who have built the bodies in which we live
    • so we will let one who lived a brief life at the end of the
    • In later ages he lived more and more on the physical plane,
    • man once had lived. But the Gods he was still able to behold
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • there lived in the soul of every Indian something that can be
    • expanse, lives a Being now revealed to man in veiled form
    • could proclaim to the others:- Osiris lives! But never could
    • personal witness that Osiris lives — ‘although we
    • say to you that the God lives in very truth, it is only the
    • one in his inmost being, lives, but he lives in the spiritual
    • that the God with whom he must be united, lives in very
    • lived in the times of Atlantis. Men were able to provide a
    • — We too live in a world where leaves and blossom have
    • the Leader. So do the old worlds live on into the new; the
    • now the God with whom man must be united lives among us here,
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • and impulses at work in their lives were due to this spiritual
    • sub-consciousness we live through in the night what we can
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • these souls there lives — though it is quite unconscious, of
    • and impulses at work in their lives were due to this spiritual
    • sub-consciousness we live through in the night what we can
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • because we live in that period of time when what is ethical is at the
    • theoretical ideas. If a man intends to live honestly, he must work
    • to the burning question, ‘Why do we live in such distressing
    • lives in memory. Behind what rises up in the form of memories,
    • world, he sees first his own life in its progression. He lives
    • which we have lived through before birth and conception and shall
    • live through when we have gone through the Portal of death. This
    • super-sensible world. We ourselves live together with the reality of
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • that very thinking that can live in us before we have fully united
    • lives for the first time within his own thoughts, by means of
    • lives within the super-sensible with his own being, that he plunges
    • if one lives intuitively in the Nature of knowing. One understands
    • what lives within the human being as rhythm. This will not destroy matter,
    • Inspiration, as a Being which lives objectively in Inspiration and
    • the ordinary consciousness does not reach. Thus, as thinking lives in
    • the death process, willing lives in what is growing, thriving,
    • intuition, we live such a human life that, out of its organism,
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    • because we live in that period of time when what is ethical is at the
    • theoretical ideas. If a man intends to live honestly, he must work
    • to the burning question, ‘Why do we live in such distressing
    • lives in memory. Behind what rises up in the form of memories,
    • world, he sees first his own life in its progression. He lives
    • which we have lived through before birth and conception and shall
    • live through when we have gone through the Portal of death. This
    • super-sensible world. We ourselves live together with the reality of
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • that very thinking that can live in us before we have fully united
    • lives for the first time within his own thoughts, by means of
    • lives within the super-sensible with his own being, that he plunges
    • if one lives intuitively in the Nature of knowing. One understands
    • what lives within the human being as rhythm. This will not destroy matter,
    • Inspiration, as a Being which lives objectively in Inspiration and
    • the ordinary consciousness does not reach. Thus, as thinking lives in
    • the death process, willing lives in what is growing, thriving,
    • intuition, we live such a human life that, out of its organism,
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • 14:37 And Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt thou deliver them into the hand of Israel? But he answered him not that day. \
    • 14:39 For, as the LORD liveth, which saveth Israel, though it be in Jonathan my son, he shall surely die. But there was not a man among all the people that answered him. \
    • Then follows the life in Kamaloka, when the earthly life is lived
    • evolution, our lives in the past, may be related to the words: Ex Deo
    • indicate to you that as humanity lives on through the fifth, sixth
    • will attain Buddha-hood and as Maitreya Buddha live through his final
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • 14:37 And Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt thou deliver them into the hand of Israel? But he answered him not that day. \
    • 14:39 For, as the LORD liveth, which saveth Israel, though it be in Jonathan my son, he shall surely die. But there was not a man among all the people that answered him. \
    • Then follows the life in Kamaloka, when the earthly life is lived
    • evolution, our lives in the past, may be related to the words: Ex Deo
    • indicate to you that as humanity lives on through the fifth, sixth
    • will attain Buddha-hood and as Maitreya Buddha live through his final
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • presently live in. The latter was prepared in the eighth, ninth, and
    • time can be divided into two groups: those who live blindly for the
    • humanity came to live entirely in the physical world. This made it
    • direct perception that they were surrounded by, and lived in, a
    • phenomenon, but there lives in me something that has an immediate
    • could be called a spiritual being. My friend thought that what lives
    • to be within an I, but also when we can say that something lives in
    • lives in the I is the same spiritual substance that lives and weaves
    • from the brain — people who really live in the spiritual world.
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • examine the facts of spiritual life that are important in our lives.
    • larger connections. Our individual lives are closely connected with
    • how the Gospels can be applied to our personal lives.
    • powers lived in human souls, and people were closely connected with
    • cast out, and what was to live on as sense-based reasoning is
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    • lives in our souls. The expression of soul content in language
    • is how the soul lived on; the spiritual-psychological content flowed
    • St. Paul's words, “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who
    • lives in me,” then the I will have the power to grow into the
    • Therefore, just as Christ lived in earthly human beings in order to
    • an event occurred when the individuality who lived in Elijah was
    • to accomplish. An angel lived in John who had to announce the true I
    • that was to live in Jesus of Nazareth. It is extremely important to
    • messenger lived in him. This is found also in the Greek version of
    • alone in themselves. Their souls now lived in solitude. That also is
    • heavens. However, it was the other way around. What lives in humanity
    • today. People were named according to what lived in them rather than
    • word — then the Gospel of Saint Mark comes alive again and
    • ancient languages. When we say that human beings live on the earth
    • lived on the moon where the angels went through the human stage, we
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Four: The Universal Human: The Unification of Humanity through the Christ Impulse
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    • We would all have lived through these types of humanity, one after
    • races to live side by side instead of one after the other. At the
    • the fifth one, in which we live, people would have had to develop
    • by their sculptors, but would have lived among them and would
    • would gradually have disappeared, and only what lives in the Apollo
    • art can only be understood by those who live in the same spiritual
    • who live in our spiritual stream.
    • of art in all ages: they are comprehensible only to those who live in
    • must live in this antithesis and polarity. We have the right feelings
    • innermost I. Christianity lives wherever people are able to
    • express: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in
    • me” into every group. We know that this “Christ who lives
    • live, but Christ who lives in me” into the groups that are
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • circumstances we cannot doubt that we can live within things with
    • What occurs when a human being lives spatially is, for the external
    • has arisen because we can no longer distinguish what lives in us —
    • mathematical or unmathematical. What can live in us in like
    • lay hold of the forms, whereas in synthetic geometry we live within
    • before. When Socrates, when Plato were alive, their philosophies had
    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
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    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • circumstances we cannot doubt that we can live within things with
    • What occurs when a human being lives spatially is, for the external
    • has arisen because we can no longer distinguish what lives in us —
    • mathematical or unmathematical. What can live in us in like
    • lay hold of the forms, whereas in synthetic geometry we live within
    • before. When Socrates, when Plato were alive, their philosophies had
    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • known in this or that period, when this or that style was alive and
    • is mostly unknown to artists themselves — live only on what is
    • lives within a man — emerging from his soul in poetry or song,
    • what lives within him.
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
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    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • known in this or that period, when this or that style was alive and
    • is mostly unknown to artists themselves — live only on what is
    • lives within a man — emerging from his soul in poetry or song,
    • what lives within him.
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • all that lived in the Mysteries of the East there was no fulfilment
    • however, recover the knowledge of man that lived in the Mystery colonies
    • modern man lives and out of which he acts. At most he is led by a
    • lives on in the outer actions of men, in the social structure, in the course
    • knowledge by saying: “You modern Westerners live entirely
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • whole world, what would then live in the world through man? Evil.
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • all that lived in the Mysteries of the East there was no fulfilment
    • however, recover the knowledge of man that lived in the Mystery colonies
    • modern man lives and out of which he acts. At most he is led by a
    • lives on in the outer actions of men, in the social structure, in the course
    • knowledge by saying: “You modern Westerners live entirely
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • whole world, what would then live in the world through man? Evil.
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
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    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • the memory-mirror, a spiritual element lives.” One must needs
    • not willing to recognise this spiritual element. We live in this
    • of destruction — that will live on after heaven and earth are
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
    • plant will live on the plant of next year. Within man are the seeds
    • as to become alive. But when we turn to a corpse, this power to take
    • influence. In the centre of the sun lives the fructifying activity of
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    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • the memory-mirror, a spiritual element lives.” One must needs
    • not willing to recognise this spiritual element. We live in this
    • of destruction — that will live on after heaven and earth are
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
    • plant will live on the plant of next year. Within man are the seeds
    • as to become alive. But when we turn to a corpse, this power to take
    • influence. In the centre of the sun lives the fructifying activity of
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • mind to understand, is that the first human beings who lived on
    • live in a state of remoteness from earthly affairs; the soul
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • pass through death and yet live. In this respect, too, death and
    • intellect we are not alive in the real sense. Try to feel what
    • this means: when man is thinking he does not truly live; he pours
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    • mind to understand, is that the first human beings who lived on
    • live in a state of remoteness from earthly affairs; the soul
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • pass through death and yet live. In this respect, too, death and
    • intellect we are not alive in the real sense. Try to feel what
    • this means: when man is thinking he does not truly live; he pours
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • the ideas of Plato (which were far more alive and essentially endowed
    • of the ancient Persian Archangeloi-Beings, who lived and operated in
    • thoughts that live in stones and plants, were once the thoughts of
    • Realism continued to live in the divine, Father-principle, although the
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • people live only in their habits. It is not possible to live entirely
    • without spirit, yet the narrow-minded people would like to live
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    • the ideas of Plato (which were far more alive and essentially endowed
    • of the ancient Persian Archangeloi-Beings, who lived and operated in
    • thoughts that live in stones and plants, were once the thoughts of
    • Realism continued to live in the divine, Father-principle, although the
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • people live only in their habits. It is not possible to live entirely
    • without spirit, yet the narrow-minded people would like to live
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • know that very strong and powerful forces live in the womb of the
    • We now live in the fifth
    • consciousness soul and in it live souls that have something to give
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • Sun”, who lived in a kind of sleep during the thirteen nights
    • spiritual enlightenment, — when the human soul lives in forces
    • when the human being lives in a kind of sleep. Before he draws his
    • experience. When we are within our mother's body, we live in a
    • souls that live in a physical existence between birth and death, but
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • incarnation the boy was not to live beyond his seventh year of age. I
    • world and of mankind it will appear that within it lives something
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • know that very strong and powerful forces live in the womb of the
    • We now live in the fifth
    • consciousness soul and in it live souls that have something to give
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • Sun”, who lived in a kind of sleep during the thirteen nights
    • spiritual enlightenment, — when the human soul lives in forces
    • when the human being lives in a kind of sleep. Before he draws his
    • experience. When we are within our mother's body, we live in a
    • souls that live in a physical existence between birth and death, but
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • incarnation the boy was not to live beyond his seventh year of age. I
    • world and of mankind it will appear that within it lives something
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • live, as it were, between two poles of our knowledge. Everyone feels
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • live, as it were, between two poles of our knowledge. Everyone feels
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • creating a social framework such that each man lives and
    • civilisation each man trying to live and work for the rest!
    • one can only live and work for himself. All our institutions
    • concepts have crept into our modern civilisation; they live
    • lived in Central Europe is, to a great extent, sunk in a
    • extract a real science. For the times in which he lived,
    • cannot live instinctively; he must live consciously.
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    • realise, that what lived within their own souls was part of
    • creating a social framework such that each man lives and
    • civilisation each man trying to live and work for the rest!
    • one can only live and work for himself. All our institutions
    • concepts have crept into our modern civilisation; they live
    • lived in Central Europe is, to a great extent, sunk in a
    • extract a real science. For the times in which he lived,
    • cannot live instinctively; he must live consciously.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the head is connected with former lives which have been
    • connected with repeated earth-lives. Because physically he is
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
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    • the head is connected with former lives which have been
    • connected with repeated earth-lives. Because physically he is
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • lived in communion with Nature. It was not only that in his
    • village — Oberrufer was its name — there lived an
    • observe the ancient rules. Anyone who has lived among village
    • than a good, honest livelihood. That was the third rule. And
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
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    • lived in communion with Nature. It was not only that in his
    • village — Oberrufer was its name — there lived an
    • observe the ancient rules. Anyone who has lived among village
    • than a good, honest livelihood. That was the third rule. And
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
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    • A lecture delivered in the Architektenhaus, Berlin, March 2nd,
    • A lecture delivered in the Architektenhaus, Berlin,
    • teachings of repeated earthly lives is almost tantamount to saying
    • earthly lives, indeed its aim is rather to reduce their number.
    • Buddhist thought. To be freed from repeated earthly lives —
    • lives. “Is not all Eternity mine?” he exclaims, feeling
    • that man's sojourn on earth may become fruitful if earthly lives are
    • the fruits of past lives may ripen. The prospect of a rich and
    • the idea of repeated earthly lives, for to understand the essence of
    • earthly lives such a being as a Buddha must previously have reached
    • former earthly lives. The legend is well-known and we need only
    • lives, through incarnation after incarnation had accumulated an
    • accumulated knowledge and wisdom of earthly lives cannot, in effect,
    • in a world of illusion. Life after life we live in this world of maya
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • from previous lives must be silenced in a life of solitude, where he
    • says: “Wisdom lives within my soul and this wisdom arises from
    • earthly lives, he can resolve to use them as a means whereby the goal
    • the Ego I now possess but through a power which can live within me
    • page I look back upon my former lives as upon an open book; I see how
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    • A lecture delivered in the Architektenhaus, Berlin,
    • teachings of repeated earthly lives is almost tantamount to saying
    • earthly lives, indeed its aim is rather to reduce their number.
    • Buddhist thought. To be freed from repeated earthly lives —
    • lives. “Is not all Eternity mine?” he exclaims, feeling
    • that man's sojourn on earth may become fruitful if earthly lives are
    • the fruits of past lives may ripen. The prospect of a rich and
    • the idea of repeated earthly lives, for to understand the essence of
    • earthly lives such a being as a Buddha must previously have reached
    • former earthly lives. The legend is well-known and we need only
    • lives, through incarnation after incarnation had accumulated an
    • accumulated knowledge and wisdom of earthly lives cannot, in effect,
    • in a world of illusion. Life after life we live in this world of maya
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • from previous lives must be silenced in a life of solitude, where he
    • says: “Wisdom lives within my soul and this wisdom arises from
    • earthly lives, he can resolve to use them as a means whereby the goal
    • the Ego I now possess but through a power which can live within me
    • page I look back upon my former lives as upon an open book; I see how
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    • Public lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach,
    • processes, into the functions of liver, breathing, the action of
    • so utterly given up to the bodily activities that it lives in
    • various branches of science. Now I have no desire whatever to deliver
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • such, there are repeated earthly lives, and so forth. All these
    • — men and women in whom lungs, liver, heart, stomach, will be
    • modern culture. We should be in a sorry plight if all that lives in
    • liver the whole being and not the brain alone — have
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    • Public lecture delivered by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach,
    • processes, into the functions of liver, breathing, the action of
    • so utterly given up to the bodily activities that it lives in
    • various branches of science. Now I have no desire whatever to deliver
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • such, there are repeated earthly lives, and so forth. All these
    • — men and women in whom lungs, liver, heart, stomach, will be
    • modern culture. We should be in a sorry plight if all that lives in
    • liver the whole being and not the brain alone — have
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    • evolution, this was not the case. Man lived not so much in his
    • nervous system; he lived in the breathing system. Hence the primeval
    • live in them. In your speech here on earth you have the
    • ascend into the spiritual world. You live your way into a vowel world
    • soul strikes into it, and lives in it, so that the sound becomes the
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    • evolution, this was not the case. Man lived not so much in his
    • nervous system; he lived in the breathing system. Hence the primeval
    • live in them. In your speech here on earth you have the
    • ascend into the spiritual world. You live your way into a vowel world
    • soul strikes into it, and lives in it, so that the sound becomes the
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    • existence. Even in his waking hours man lived in this consciousness
    • lived as soul in a divine-spiritual world. Direct inner
    • live on beyond the gate of death. Birth and death were transitory
    • Between birth and death I live in a body — a body of Nature. I
    • they sensed their own existence) with death. “How do I live in
    • I shall once again live in the super-earthly kingdom, I shall be
    • Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha; you can live in the life,
    • awakened in your dealings with all your fellow-men, you live in
    • live!”
    • may live.”
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Thus Christ lived among men, and men of the second
    • justification of earthly existence. In the second epoch, man lived in
    • cosmic spheres, as it were, inasmuch as he lived in communion with
    • — spoke as the Spirit. In days of yore man lived a life
    • mankind has fallen, stands before those who live in the third epoch
    • to man's question, “Why do I live in an earthly body?” In
    • soul, we live.” To these truths Initiation Science will ever
    • existence we live in the Spirit.” We experience an
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    • A lecture delivered during the Course on Education,
    • existence. Even in his waking hours man lived in this consciousness
    • lived as soul in a divine-spiritual world. Direct inner
    • live on beyond the gate of death. Birth and death were transitory
    • Between birth and death I live in a body — a body of Nature. I
    • they sensed their own existence) with death. “How do I live in
    • I shall once again live in the super-earthly kingdom, I shall be
    • Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha; you can live in the life,
    • awakened in your dealings with all your fellow-men, you live in
    • live!”
    • may live.”
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Thus Christ lived among men, and men of the second
    • justification of earthly existence. In the second epoch, man lived in
    • cosmic spheres, as it were, inasmuch as he lived in communion with
    • — spoke as the Spirit. In days of yore man lived a life
    • mankind has fallen, stands before those who live in the third epoch
    • to man's question, “Why do I live in an earthly body?” In
    • soul, we live.” To these truths Initiation Science will ever
    • existence we live in the Spirit.” We experience an
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    • simply rubbish. We cannot shut our eyes to the fact that we must live
    • with Ahriman. But we must live with him in the right way, that is to
    • this, for the essential thing is CONSCIOUSNESS: we live in the age of
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    • simply rubbish. We cannot shut our eyes to the fact that we must live
    • with Ahriman. But we must live with him in the right way, that is to
    • this, for the essential thing is CONSCIOUSNESS: we live in the age of
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    • were to disappear, many of us would still be alive — at least, we
    • also from what remained alive in the souls of those who tried to
    • was born; he carried the Christ, and God lived in that human being.
    • could have lived in the man Jesus.
    • that said: It is impossible for a god, without preparation, to live
    • therefore, must have lived in Jesus so that his soul could mediate
    • known to many people. The Christ lived as the inspiration of many
    • appeared in one body. Thus, we see that what had lived in evolution
    • lives with the earth, but when the knowledge of the Christ no longer
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • In fact, mysticism also continues to live. And today, in our own
    • existed — in fact, he could not have lived on earth. Therefore,
    • people have said that he never lived on earth.” Christology
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • that human beings had lived without the luciferic impulse. In that
    • case, human beings would have lived in a different way in their ether
    • Adam's grave. But what lives in the earth actually lived before
    • phantom of Jesus of Nazareth united with what lived in the earth
    • the book), one would have some idea of the way the Christ lived in
    • difference of the sexes. We do not live during early infancy within
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    • were to disappear, many of us would still be alive — at least, we
    • also from what remained alive in the souls of those who tried to
    • was born; he carried the Christ, and God lived in that human being.
    • could have lived in the man Jesus.
    • that said: It is impossible for a god, without preparation, to live
    • therefore, must have lived in Jesus so that his soul could mediate
    • known to many people. The Christ lived as the inspiration of many
    • appeared in one body. Thus, we see that what had lived in evolution
    • lives with the earth, but when the knowledge of the Christ no longer
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • In fact, mysticism also continues to live. And today, in our own
    • existed — in fact, he could not have lived on earth. Therefore,
    • people have said that he never lived on earth.” Christology
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • that human beings had lived without the luciferic impulse. In that
    • case, human beings would have lived in a different way in their ether
    • Adam's grave. But what lives in the earth actually lived before
    • phantom of Jesus of Nazareth united with what lived in the earth
    • the book), one would have some idea of the way the Christ lived in
    • difference of the sexes. We do not live during early infancy within
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    • feeling, man lives in a picture drawn two-dimensionally through his
    • which lives in our Feeling. We are already getting
    • we make our thinking inwardly alive and mobile we can reach no
    • in two successive moments. We must become alive and mobile-not by
    • remaining rays. What we know as Feeling cannot live in
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    • which lives in our Feeling. We are already getting
    • we make our thinking inwardly alive and mobile we can reach no
    • in two successive moments. We must become alive and mobile-not by
    • remaining rays. What we know as Feeling cannot live in
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    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • by such living beings as move today on its surface or live in the
    • process of the organism. Therefore we can say: As we live our waking
    • animal organism. There we see, how a man lives to a certain age, how he
    • for example, into what man is today. The spirit which lives in the
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    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • by such living beings as move today on its surface or live in the
    • process of the organism. Therefore we can say: As we live our waking
    • animal organism. There we see, how a man lives to a certain age, how he
    • for example, into what man is today. The spirit which lives in the
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    • forces which live absolutely and complete in the physical covering
    • those for instance who live to be more than fifty years old, have as a rule
    • think how it would be if you wanted to live logically in the present!
    • To live according to the laws of logic means that each concept is
    • dual leads finally to a condition in which man cannot live, for he
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    • forces which live absolutely and complete in the physical covering
    • those for instance who live to be more than fifty years old, have as a rule
    • think how it would be if you wanted to live logically in the present!
    • To live according to the laws of logic means that each concept is
    • dual leads finally to a condition in which man cannot live, for he
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    • kept alive in Western occult schools, is better
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    • that until then a Bodhisattva will live in the manifold incarnations
    • in an individuality who lived 105 years before our era, in Jesus ben
    • point of time in which Jesus ben Pandira lived: she saw that in him a
    • from this she formed the idea that Christ had never lived at all,
    • lived a Jesus ben Pandira who was stoned and hanged upon a tree, and
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
    • Do we deny that a man lived 105 years before our era, who was stoned
    • opposite side that the being spoken of there lived 105 years before
    • lived 105 years before our era — and not at the beginning of
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    • we live into that world, when we place ourselves, so to say, in the
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    • weaves and lives in the universe, flowing out into it and first
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    • physical world, in which we particularly live, the greatness of our
    • who lives temperately, who only eats as much as is necessary to
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    • a spiritualistic circle was, that the letter was delivered to the
    • lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • the other. We can feel this even in our human life, we live and move
    • thus that we must look upon what lives on in the Beings as a heritage
    • Being, permitted to make sacrifice; such a one lives in the other
    • can only live within itself. It is thereby shut off from what it
    • sacrifices they offer Him, these people live in that Being as a
    • brought into the lives of those Beings who were filled with longing
    • Beings, which lives in him like a dream-picture. This is the origin
    • weaving in the universe, while within us lived something which we can
    • endlessly. And while we live in the consciousness belonging to this
    • Kleist described in the most significant manner what may live within
    • lives in the subconsciousness, and how it is related to what is
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    • true existence, in this world of reality, there lives that which
    • worlds, that Christ is a reality; that He lives; they will learn to
    • know Him in the life He lives now. And not only will they know the
    • lived on earth at that time. In this very way the writers of the
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    • soul life. Liver as sense organ for the substances of the outer
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    • Insofar as the gaseous works within and enlivens the human
    • the liver has its definite place in the organism, and the
    • different temperatures. The liver temperature is quite
    • different, for the liver has a very special kind of warmth
    • fear, and then that the fear should live itself out in the
    • some part of the human organization, such as the liver or
    • kidneys. In the so-called normal state, the liver or kidney
    • the warmth organization and then pass down to the liver or
    • upon the warmth organization in the liver or the kidneys. A
    • or liver. Something happens that must happen, but here it is
    • the liver, may be healthy when it takes place in the heart
    • forces were to invade the liver or kidneys it becomes
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    • astral body. Suppose, for example, it is the liver which is
    • being thus laid hold of by the astral body. The liver behaves
    • pain arising exactly in the liver itself. The reason why
    • liver diseases are so hidden, so treacherous, is because they
    • liver is an organ which, in its whole make-up, is an enclave
    • in the human organism. There are processes in the liver
    • therefore, is that in the liver, man is least man. In the
    • liver he really ceases to be man. He becomes outer world; he
    • presses into the liver. The astral body can destroy but
    • cannot cause pain where the liver is concerned, for the liver
    • about the liver. You will understand them when you know that
    • the liver is an organ within the human being which is most
    • liver is enclosed on all sides, but nonetheless it is a sense
    • we no longer ascribe to the liver only those physical
    • the expression of the spirit and soul. We must see the liver
    • nourishment. For this reason the liver is much more closely
    • liver is directly exposed to the qualities of the substances
    • the liver is exposed to external substances that come into
    • The task of the liver is to perceive, in the digestive
    • is an entirely spiritual sense organ, the liver a wholly
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    • be alive in the brain, but the buoyancy, the force that is in
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    • alive within you the knowledge that is already within the
    • this medical consciousness lived in him, in a splendid way.
    • a very lively activity of the spleen. Coming as a stranger to
    • before us in the physical world. We must live in the rhythms
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    • working, active will is akin to fire. You will live out into
    • from above downwards. You will know that what lives in the
    • for what lives in the well-spring of esotericism to be led
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    • liver, through their position, through the lie of the cells
    • succeeded in explaining the form of the liver or the lung and
    • which we live, the warmth that is outside the soul; there is
    • lives in him. The light lives within him together with the
    • your body, the body cannot live, it is no longer an organism.
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    • to heal, if you can live in love, in your imaginative and
    • that is everywhere around us. If we are really to live in the
    • or cowardly, if we do not live together with the world but
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    • what the previously earthly lives have brought. But you have
    • live the soul of man and the spirit of man. Therein they
    • a threshold. The human being lives on this side of a
    • gold is a center of a whole sphere and I learn to live and
    • lives through having oxygen; he lives through perpetually
    • — in the body lives the Divine Spirit. If the power of
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    • and human beings. So that when we become alive to these
    • only by becoming alive to the difficulties existing as
    • meditation which I have often given: “Wisdom lives in
    • it. “Wisdom lives in the Light” is there in order
    • but what you have brought with you from former earthly lives.
    • greatest part in all that lies around the embryo. It lives in
    • and so on. Within this lives the pre-earthly man.
    • human being lives in the cosmos. He lives in sun and moon
    • just as he lives in the earth. After the separation of the
    • sun he lives outside the sun; after the separation of the
    • quite possible to see how the rabbits live on without the
    • so they live today outside reality. This is possible as long
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    • live with them properly.
    • localized, let us say, in the liver, in the spleen, in the
    • between a healthy or a diseased liver. In the sense of
    • healthy and a diseased liver. The most that can be said is
    • that a healthy liver is more frequent than a diseased one.
    • knowledge of a diseased liver, you must go into what is able
    • to heal the diseased liver.
    • Thou wilt live man's
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    • all that lives and weave in the element of air around us. The
    • human being has lived on the earth for thirty years, he
    • constantly live with it in meditation you will soon sweat it
    • live in a memory which functions through habit. And it is
    • living, side by side, men who lived very external lives and
    • suppose, then, that a man is born today who lived in a phase
    • down to the earth human beings who had not lived within the
    • lead superficial lives and go Scot-free because they ruin
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    • another personality in Arabism — he did not live at
    • earlier earthly lives. What works in heredity leads back to
    • alive in Hippocrates, because it has become mere phraseology.
    • lives in the flow of warmth, the whole world appears to you
    • how the human being lives within all that spreads out light,
    • previous earthly lives takes hold of the model which proceeds
    • lives which have been preserved through the period between
    • unsifted. The lung as an organ or the liver as an organ must
    • liver without having passed through this sieve. In the period
    • were contained in lung and liver, in the metabolic-limb
    • It is only the forces of the lung and the liver and other
    • individuality working over from previous earthly lives. This
    • individuality which ought only to live itself out in the
    • outer world and that his karma, which ought to live itself
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    • and if he lived on at all the flesh would fall away from his
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    • There lived in the initiates' souls
    • 12. Concerning a question about cod liver
    • oil. Cod liver oil can be avoided if the basis for the
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    • someone can just decide to imagine that we live here in an
    • I look at these firm contours in the solid man a liver is a
    • liver, a lung is a lung and a stomach is a stomach. But if I
    • juices is particularly concentrated in the liver, let us say,
    • and that it is constructing a liver out of fluids. However,
    • that one should realize that if one cuts a liver out it
    • remains a liver. But if I would take out the fluids with
    • which the liver is created they would have the tendency to
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    • organism with no soul in it. The tone which lives in the air
    • Ether imparts what lives within it to the air, and we become
    • our fluid organism lives our own etheric body; but in
    • through the Light Ether. While asleep we live directly in an
    • warmth which is all-pervading. Thus the warmth organism lives
    • soul and spirit live in the physical body? — In reality
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    • the moral intuitions shine forth from us, from what can live
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    • as beings of action, on the other; with our feelings we live
    • live in this world and can contemplate it. To imagine that we
    • — with thoughts. On the one side (inwards) we live a
    • unfold as the life of thought is lived through in the real
    • consciousness are still only semblance. We live in what is
    • consciousness we live in an element by means of which we
    • grow through the love that lives in our deeds.
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    • feel and live with it inwardly. In order to become aware of
    • the epoch of consciousness and must therefore be alive to the
    • actually lived in Schiller, because the words no longer have
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    • outer physical existence on Earth man lives in contact with
    • super-sensible world in which the human being lives between
    • Archangeloi — these members must also live, during
    • which man lives when disembodied and which is the realm of
    • awake, man lives with the external manifestations of the
    • earthly kingdoms; while he sleeps, he lives — in his
    • lived before the 15th century — and this applies to all
    • of us in our former earthly lives — was not yet
    • Hence he lived with far greater intensity in his physical
    • lived with the unconscious feeling: you must really have
    • really to have had parents who are not alive now, but who
    • lived earlier, very much earlier. At that time, through the
    • ensure that they could live during sleep in the elemental
    • lives in the right way in the elemental kingdoms between
    • strength to live an independent life. But what actually
    • Newton except the head? Newton lives on in history as a head
    • heart and mind that in the nature outside in which we live as
    • The human soul lives in the very process. And if you want to
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    • astral body, which runs parallel with the biography lived
    • know that we live in this super-sensible world between going
    • being, because the Archai live one step nearer than the
    • were to live only in the music of sevenths, if we were to
    • live as naturally in these sevenths as did the Atlanteans, we
    • bodies the moment musical perception began. We would live
    • meant something when they said: ‘I live in the music
    • post-Atlantean times man felt that the Gods still lived in
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    • preparation had to be lived through. But during it man could
    • reason that we men have all passed through a number of lives
    • lived through as many lives on Earth as is now the case. They
    • engender the power of thoughts within themselves. We live
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    • that in which he actually lives.
    • There was a time when men's thoughts were truly alive. They
    • because he does not live on the Earth in the real sense.
    • earthly lives, we must each become an empty nothingness; then
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    • this relationship to their Gods. Now it was Zeus who lived
    • still lived in that region. He could not have said,
    • ‘Zeus lives in the clouds or in the light’—
    • ‘Zeus lives in me.’ The Greek was the first man
    • born, where he lived.
    • been deprived of the super-earthly forces; we no longer live
    • and should no longer live, with the purely earthly forces
    • alive, otherwise they would perish. Conditions under the
    • about because we no longer live through the period between
    • thoughts come alive he is being called upon to be a
    • that have already been lived through. In the Egypto-Chaldean
    • environment as they speed away from us, when we learn to live
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    • his Christian education on account of his lively
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    • representations that we form and with which we live, are not
    • survived. Not only has it established itself, but we live in
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    • live between birth and death in a state of innocence. In the
    • for man, once he has lived his alloted span, to find his way
    • repeated Earth-lives. A time in the evolution of the world
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    • Jesus went into the synagogue: “And there was delivered to
    • broken-hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and
    • 4:18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, \
    • for a man who is now twenty years old to be alive in two
    • individual. Aristotle, however, lived in an age when he could
    • which the soul lives after death is in fact bound up with
    • course of its successive lives on Earth. On the one hand
    • lives on Earth and, when united with the spiritual element in
    • that lives in stone, plant, animal and the human body, all
    • that lives in the elements of warmth and air, may perish (as
    • — yet, according to Christian belief there lives in the
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    • environment in which they live, these three kingdoms are not
    • importance to be alive to this fact and gradually to turn it
    • adding “and the Word one day will live again”,
    • about the Christ. When Jesus had delivered His message to the
    • for He advised people to live like the fowls of the air,
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    • been instructed how to live in accordance with the teachings
    • of the ancient Mysteries, how to live in accordance with the
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    • Sibyls delivered their oracles. People consulted them and
    • of Rome would endure, that it would outlive the time of the
    • lives on, not only in jurisprudence, but in other domains
    • spirit still lives on and bites deeply into our
    • story has passed over into legend and, transmuted, lives on
    • vitally alive and survives in many things and under manifold
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    • representation of all that had lived in the ancient
    • to relive for a quarter of an hour his experiences as a man
    • that after his death his spirit is still alive amongst us
    • meditate upon him, then his concepts and ideas become alive
    • past, learns that the past lives on in us, we experience in
    • been committed to the Earth and whose thoughts live on in
    • have become so vitally alive but for the incarnation of
    • way of thinking has been transformed and lives on in a
    • sacrificial worship, they relived inwardly the mysteries of
    • man has for centuries been destined to live a life that was
    • empty and purposeless, to live in a spiritual vacuum, so that
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    • impulses, but to live in such a way that they were receptive
    • alive and alert to these questions. For our epoch is an epoch
    • on solid ground or on sound faith or belief. People live
    • which we live and especially the task that faces the
    • live in harmony, when with every week they are increasingly
    • determined to live in enmity and to slaughter each other. How
    • unless we look upon him as the result of repeated lives on
    • that time we have lived without truth, believing there is no
    • truth. We continued to live however as if truth must none the
    • less exist. In fact, in order to live we had to live by
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    • because we live in the Michael Age since 1879, need not of
    • Alexandria who lived in the latter half of the second
    • you could not have shared with him when alive. You are then
    • still lives on. If you take these two factors into
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    • Luther as someone belonging to the fourth epoch who lived at
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    • earth lives? The increase in population is rapid. How can one
    • to be awake and alive for the sake of humanity. If
    • impunity. You may think it is enough to live with thoughts
    • thirsting for, these souls who lived in materialism here?
    • are able to live, seeing they did not receive what was due to
    • alive here on the physical plane.
    • their lives show that they do anything but lead and that they
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    • physical body to which they belong. For as long as we live
    • that humans did not have to live on the physical plane at all
    • 27 years old even if they live to be 100. It means they have
    • born and is very much alive, who does not take in much by way
    • than seek to gain insight. They want to live the life of the
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    • live in illusion concerning some important and essential
    • that everybody can live what they consider to be the good
    • unconscious impulses, lives something different — the
    • that the world makes no sense at all, they can only live in
    • always alive in the world but are not of this physical
    • are free individuals and therefore free to live in illusion.
    • live according to our ideals.
    • ambitions which are alive in those groups — things are
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    • live, one would be speaking of something that would seem like
    • where entities live and are active whose whole conduct, views
    • need to live with inner impulses which they still prefer to
    • have to live with the fact that a destructive element becomes
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    • lives.
    • an extent that a powerful ahrimanic spirit can live in them.
    • forces which live in engines and in chemistry and let planets
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    • been killed. Outside us they are alive, which is the
    • people still had the ability to live in waking dreams, and
    • fact that we live in the world of elemental thought and have
    • people who lived in later times. One of the last to be
    • here in Dornach — he lives quite near to here
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    • point of view; we must know he lived a short time after the
    • impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age were alive in his
    • what was to come in the fifth post-Atlantean age lived in
    • people who had lived in the fourth postAtlantean age. Hence
    • lived in the fifth post-Atlantean age. He had to separate
    • alive in everything, and that this spirit can only be found
    • to what really lives in the east of Europe today, the people
    • neither do the people who actually live in eastern Europe
    • have a real idea of the spirit which lives there. We can see
    • fourth post-Atlantean age, but who himself lived in the
    • at things to one which is much more alive in its concepts
    • who lives in the physical world merely has to follow this
    • education, people lived with the idea: You are now showing
    • distinction will find it quite impossible to live with the
    • Wilsonians. What matters is to consider carefully what lives
    • conscious of this, and it may only live instinctively in
    • opposite direction. Humanity must learn to live on two levels
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    • the connection between the inner life of people who lived in
    • anything which emerges in the physical world has first lived
    • but he ignores the fact that eternity, infinity, lives in
    • — always something which is no longer alive. They have
    • not been able to work with the elements which live in the
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    • before that, it lived as ahrimanic power in the world of the
    • them would be to live in something which will have been
    • so on, to determine how certain animals live, or have lived,
    • in its stomach and liver in the course of two or three years
    • powers are alive. These have the capacity to develop into the
    • Things were particularly lively in 1845. It is thirty-four
    • West want to find out what actually lives in the East
    • hypothetically, Soloviev were alive today and had known this
    • response to this has to be alive in us if we are to
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    • Wilhelm Weber's Dreizehnlinden? You see how people live
    • Dreizehnlinden, and these are alive today in the hearts and
    • the sources of many things that live in their emotions, inner
    • powers have come down to earth, we must live with them; they
    • which is alive only in its upper part. Everything connected
    • powers; they want to use it to bring their own lives to
    • is alive and active in the present time! It may well be that
    • youth throughout the whole of their lives, memories they
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    • lives they have nothing but the understanding of a child.
    • are able to live with themselves in such a way as to recall
    • It is very much alive, and we can observe many forms of
    • consider the lives of animals in a loving way, with their
    • they live together, and so on. As you know, the beginnings of
    • in the lives of animals.
    • bring life and liveliness into the course of human history
    • be overcome, when people live with notions that have little
    • can really come alive and the life of ideas be enriched, how
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    • laws of heredity here on earth. People had to learn to live
    • old ideals can live on is no more intelligent than to think
    • whole of their lives just because it is good for children to
    • continued. We are now at the time when human beings live on
    • good, but it must not dominate our lives now.
    • who live in the West and those who live in the East. This is
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    • live in a world of indescribable acumen which would apply to
    • beginning of our era there lived an individual who was
    • their lives people will believe only in the physical world
    • less and we lived in an age when usefulness counted more than
    • else is the atmosphere in which people live today treated
    • People live in a social atmosphere today
    • live today be presented to Faust as a contrivance of Mephistopheles.
    • live today is impregnated with the will to misunderstand to
    • Was always life itself with vigour lived,
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    • say you have lived several decades, or two or three decades
    • live on into the decades of which I am now speaking. Their
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    • Two lectures delivered at Leipzig on November 4 and 5, 1911.
    • lectures delivered at LeipzigNovember 4 and 5, 1911
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    • Two lectures delivered at Leipzig on November 4 and 5, 1911.
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    • Two lectures delivered at Leipzig on November 4 and 5, 1911.
    • passed into sleep with us and has lived with us. Our emotions are
    • mentioned there proceed those forces which penetrate into our lives.
    • At present we live in an
    • ben Pandira, son of Pandira. This man lived about a hundred years
    • Buddha lived as a prince in the Sakya family five centuries and a
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    • Two lectures delivered at Leipzig on November 4 and 5, 1911.
    • life or in earlier lives. And we must then realize with the utmost
    • home, but lived in altogether good circumstances.) And then I entered
    • time, been incarnated once in nearly every century; who lived as
    • lives in such a way that he continues to live with this ego which
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    • lives to be a hundred years old. This means he produces
    • process of becoming is alive. The West suffers from a
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    • may live to be a hundred, but their age remains at 27. That
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    • soul began to live within the spirit of the whole cosmic
    • semi-consciousness. If they lived beyond their forties, they
    • linked to matter, but lives as spirit. From their forties
    • though there was still an awareness of it. Those who lived
    • spirit lives. Consciousness of the cosmic Christ was general.
    • live at the time when mankind's general age is about 27.
    • greater spiritual influence in people's lives.
    • when one lives within the mobile concepts of spiritual
    • civilized nation in the making lives according to the example
    • unrelated to reality, when a person does not live in his
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    • spirit, more particularly with the spirits that live in
    • kind of spiritual beings live in the elements of the earth.
    • world in ancient Greece. That the soul lives in the body and
    • lived.
    • 1413 after the Mystery of Golgotha, man has lived in the
    • Christ lives. Through Him our concepts will again become as
    • an unreal concept, for without roots a flower cannot live,
    • reality is to feel an untruth, for it cannot live, but
    • — Peter, the feeble-minded, sent an answer delivered by
    • characteristic way of lecturing when I lived in Vienna. I
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    • epochs of which the fifth is the one we live in.
    • that we live in the fifth epoch of post-Atlantean times, the
    • which was led by Zarathustra who lived much earlier than
    • followed and we live in the sixth (p. 258).
    • and he writes: “We live in the sixth epoch.”
    • happened to be born and where I lived for eighteen months. In
    • to live in occult research. Admittedly this theory of a
    • could not deliver such verbiage. So it amounts to this, that
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    • times we live in. Such understanding can only come about
    • insofar as people do not live in animal-like obtuseness, is
    • live on earth in order to foster our union with truth, with
    • in that we live for several days after death with the great
    • what lives in the astral body as instincts and emotions. As
    • that it is part and parcel of what lives in the human astral
    • any insight concerning the way human lives are linked
    • their lives for centuries suffering shipwreck in the last
    • us has been caused because we live in abstractions, in
    • through the fact that they live in physical bodies belonging
    • so that human beings can live together in a civilized
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    • I lives in his thoughts, in such a way that he can
    • spring. In a similar way there lives in what we depict as our
    • I that we depict in thought lives within us in this
    • they live can well believe. Many gypsies do hold such views.
    • becomes more mobile, more alive. As a consequence many more
    • abstract. What I mean is something much more alive, something
    • lives in us already but belongs to our next incarnation. It
    • force which lives in us in this life in the form of a
    • lives between death and new birth; in fact, for awareness of
    • encounters pitfalls in regard to the I that lives in us as
    • I that lives in the will. In ordinary life we know
    • the will is not in him. The I that lives in the will
    • him now, as will. When I say, I am, I live within the seed of
    • my next incarnation; when I say, I will, I live in what acts
    • because neither thinking nor willing live in us as something
    • which Christ lives. As you all know, only once, at the time
    • in the form in which He now lives within the earthly sphere.
    • which it lives is concerned, it must be capable of
    • they are unaffected if divided, and live on as two separate
    • worm is divided in two and both parts continue to live, there
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    • Human Development, Sequential Earthly Lives
    • recently, concerned with the course of man's lives on earth.
    • remain a 27-year-old even if he lives to be a hundred. If he
    • that when it comes to live in the physical body, the
    • early life, a lively reciprocal activity in the lower region
    • complete truth. Truth lives in concepts, in mental pictures
    • next incarnation. It must not be fixed but live and move in
    • and so on. All this will live and develop in him up to his
    • live to be a hundred years old, and if he is a significant
    • which we live; one could say he is a product of our time. But
    • and, especially when young, of a lively and alert
    • praised. He lived according to his inner conscience and the
    • lives in mankind and has the strength to experience it, the
    • convictions because all that lives in the physical world is
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    • alive is continually changing. The human being who is perhaps
    • so on. The human soul needs ideas with which it can live. If
    • formulas, sets of concepts with which they can live and be
    • will see that once we have lived with it awhile it cannot
    • in the process of becoming is alive; what is already in
    • is alive.
    • it were, by the past we can absorb; by so doing they live in
    • which all human beings are supposed to live together in
    • decide in an arbitrary manner how people are to live. That is
    • just as people's lives within a community must be worked out
    • the scenes of our everyday lives, things that have a direct
    • Oxford. They had gathered because Lord Haldane was to deliver
    • resistance as long as we live between birth and death. What
    • lives in us as spirit must be reflected from something during
    • thinking as something active and alive, expressing itself in
    • lives. This insight was attained through a special training
    • of repeated earth lives reappears in the Occident. But how
    • repeated earth lives came to Lessing, not as in the Orient
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    • something continued to develop (red) that lives, not in
    • can become really alive only if we can reverse the path that we
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • man reduced to understanding only what lives on earth? Because
    • natural scientists, these dreams were delivered in croaking tirades
    • If one lives in knowledge,
    • not live. So what do these insects do when they hatch out? They avoid
    • and still live. Then, when these little insects mature, they crawl
    • building on the night of December 31, 1922], these forms live on, in
    • religious deepening lives in those who find their way back into the
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    • something continued to develop (red) that lives, not in
    • can become really alive only if we can reverse the path that we
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • man reduced to understanding only what lives on earth? Because
    • natural scientists, these dreams were delivered in croaking tirades
    • If one lives in knowledge,
    • not live. So what do these insects do when they hatch out? They avoid
    • and still live. Then, when these little insects mature, they crawl
    • building on the night of December 31, 1922], these forms live on, in
    • religious deepening lives in those who find their way back into the
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    • gift of wisdom; all the more so when its creator no longer lives among
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    • We only live in the ideas which have been formed since the
    • development in which there lives, in all reality, what lives
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    • do we live in such uncertainty with regard to a real
    • in which man lives makes him apathetic. In the Tropics, man
    • also lives in a region which makes him apathetic. But the
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    • consciousness, all that lives in the celestial influences
    • totality when we do not simply cast aside what lives in
    • faculty of memory; inasmuch as he still lives within the
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    • fluid, and is thus buoyed up. We should not be able to live
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    • this feeling was no longer alive in men, did they begin to
    • been alive in him quite as a matter of course, and the human
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    • feeling for the reality in which one lives. A conception of
    • it. The processes in which we live by virtue of these organs
    • what lives and works in this realm will find expression
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    • brighter and more lively and then again dimmer and more
    • lived in the mutual relation between man and the surrounding
    • alive. In other words, the solar system contains among other
    • said before, would have died long ago. It lives by virtue of
    • alive in the planetary system is precisely what we cannot
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    • the same course within man, when he is alive, as they do
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    • We live far more in this polarity than we are wont to think.
    • It is always present and we live within it. The connection
    • outcome of this reflection, and we conceive that what lives
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    • liver, your heart, even your sense-organs to begin with you
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    • difference at all. Aristarchus lived in the third Century
    • and mental pictures men lived in and with the outer
    • with heart or liver. To have perception from the Sun with
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    • time the whole human being still lived in his perceiving, as
    • I said yesterday. And inasmuch as man was thus alive and
    • still lived thus perceivingly amid the Ptolemaic system did
    • one can live in it and me permeated by it. Only at this one
    • illustrated really lived in olden time. The form at least,
    • filled with substance. Develop this idea: you live immersed
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    • some organ in the metabolic system — the liver for example —
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    • tired if we have only lived the life-long day while doing
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    • innforlivet det salomonske Jesusbarns Zarathustra-jeg seg i
    • jordutviklingen innforlivet Formens Ånder noe av sin egen
    • strømmet ned ovenfra hedde innforlivet seg i det . Det
    • tilegnet seg, innforlivet det seg nu igjen i den menneskelige
    • innforliver seg i den jordiske menneskehetsutvikling. Det som
    • I Ordet var livet,
    • og livet var menneskenes lys.
    • "I Ordet var livet, og livet var menneskenes
    • blitt innforlivet i den åndelige jordsfære.
    • og livet skal bli mitt Jegs lys.
    • livets tanker, slik vil den også strømme inn i noe
    • fremtiden ikke innforlive seg bare i den oppreiste gang, i
    • beliver våre forestillinger, vil Kristus leve med i
    • litt efter litt vil innforlive seg i erindringsevnen. Ennu er
    • I den skal livet råde,
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    • innforlivet det salomonske Jesusbarns Zarathustra-jeg seg i
    • jordutviklingen innforlivet Formens Ånder noe av sin egen
    • strømmet ned ovenfra hedde innforlivet seg i det . Det
    • tilegnet seg, innforlivet det seg nu igjen i den menneskelige
    • innforliver seg i den jordiske menneskehetsutvikling. Det som
    • I Ordet var livet,
    • og livet var menneskenes lys.
    • "I Ordet var livet, og livet var menneskenes
    • blitt innforlivet i den åndelige jordsfære.
    • og livet skal bli mitt Jegs lys.
    • livets tanker, slik vil den også strømme inn i noe
    • fremtiden ikke innforlive seg bare i den oppreiste gang, i
    • beliver våre forestillinger, vil Kristus leve med i
    • litt efter litt vil innforlive seg i erindringsevnen. Ennu er
    • I den skal livet råde,
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    • habits of thinking were alive, were living elementary beings during our
    • on earth. Then, we lived in these thoughts as living beings, just as
    • to-day we live in our blood. During our life on earth, these thoughts
    • teaching of repeated lives on earth. This lies in a straight line
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    • habits of thinking were alive, were living elementary beings during our
    • on earth. Then, we lived in these thoughts as living beings, just as
    • to-day we live in our blood. During our life on earth, these thoughts
    • teaching of repeated lives on earth. This lies in a straight line
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    • the Father of all existence, that he has to live on the earth and suffer
    • which we live. In winter the Earth feels as though enwrapped in
    • through which man becomes aware that he lives in the flow of Time,
    • part of the Earth a man lives, to which nation, race or religion he
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    • the Father of all existence, that he has to live on the earth and suffer
    • which we live. In winter the Earth feels as though enwrapped in
    • through which man becomes aware that he lives in the flow of Time,
    • part of the Earth a man lives, to which nation, race or religion he
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    • influence of the sun, lives within itself. There it is the same as
    • similar to the thoughts and sensations that live in us, similar to
    • lives in us astrally, if we speak from the viewpoint of spiritual
    • beings have their organs in order to live and to develop themselves,
    • really lives in the great macrocosm. We would have to perceive some
    • that we say, there the spirit that lives throughout space expresses
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • Knowing lives the human soul
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    • influence of the sun, lives within itself. There it is the same as
    • similar to the thoughts and sensations that live in us, similar to
    • lives in us astrally, if we speak from the viewpoint of spiritual
    • beings have their organs in order to live and to develop themselves,
    • really lives in the great macrocosm. We would have to perceive some
    • that we say, there the spirit that lives throughout space expresses
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • Knowing lives the human soul
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    • his own house, to a friend, Fortine, who lived at a
    • who lived once upon a time; whom man should emulate, with
    • he lives is permeated with such thoughts, and that is the
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    • Earth in reality is a mighty spiritual organism. We live not
    • live within the mighty spiritual organism, Earth. This
    • aspects through which human beings have to live between death
    • of man, Wisdom lives itself out through human thought. The
    • We live in a time of catastrophe. It would, of course, be
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    • lives in that element which receives the human being when he
    • which organism we, as Man, do live and move and have our
    • body. And when we have lived for 72 years (these things, of
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    • things than those which held good for such a long time. We live
    • distressing times in which we live, and untouched by what is
    • lived for centuries, and they can only look with a certain
    • for what lives in the East; although it is already decadent; the
    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
    • we lived in something not real. Indeed, many people say that
    • reality. We live by calling that which permeates us inwardly,
    • lived outside in the stars took up its abode in the body which
    • revealed it. It is the eternal Cosmic Word that lives in the
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    • things than those which held good for such a long time. We live
    • distressing times in which we live, and untouched by what is
    • lived for centuries, and they can only look with a certain
    • for what lives in the East; although it is already decadent; the
    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
    • we lived in something not real. Indeed, many people say that
    • reality. We live by calling that which permeates us inwardly,
    • lived outside in the stars took up its abode in the body which
    • revealed it. It is the eternal Cosmic Word that lives in the
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    • apparent: for Ahriman lives in Nature. And by absorbing Nature,
    • substance and continues to live in the future ages of the world
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    • apparent: for Ahriman lives in Nature. And by absorbing Nature,
    • substance and continues to live in the future ages of the world
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • Lodge: Sir Oliver Lodge lost his son Raymond in the last war. He
    • fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and Sir Oliver Lodge, who
    • acquainted with scientific methods. That is why Sir Oliver
    • which I will not mention here, one can see that Sir Oliver Lodge
    • who read Sir Oliver Lodge's book, are as follows:
    • corresponding medium, Sir Oliver Lodge and a few other people who
    • is, the soul or the spirit of Sir Oliver Lodge's son, wished to
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • communications were made in London through the medium (Sir Oliver
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • given by the medium or, as Sir Oliver Lodge believed, with the
    • the other case of Sir Oliver Lodge. Undoubtedly you are all
    • the conscientiousness of an Oliver Lodge. For Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Oliver Lodge's son, a description which may be characterized as
    • into the room where Sir Oliver Lodge was making his experiments.
    • just as alive and intensive as sensory perception. Then there are
    • normally live.
    • just as alive and intensive as sensory perception. Then there are
    • normally live.
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • Lodge: Sir Oliver Lodge lost his son Raymond in the last war. He
    • fell on the Belgian-German frontier, and Sir Oliver Lodge, who
    • acquainted with scientific methods. That is why Sir Oliver
    • which I will not mention here, one can see that Sir Oliver Lodge
    • who read Sir Oliver Lodge's book, are as follows:
    • corresponding medium, Sir Oliver Lodge and a few other people who
    • is, the soul or the spirit of Sir Oliver Lodge's son, wished to
    • the fact that upon the second photograph Sir Oliver Lodge's son
    • communications were made in London through the medium (Sir Oliver
    • been taken. After examining all the facts, Sir Oliver Lodge came
    • given by the medium or, as Sir Oliver Lodge believed, with the
    • the other case of Sir Oliver Lodge. Undoubtedly you are all
    • the conscientiousness of an Oliver Lodge. For Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Oliver Lodge's son, a description which may be characterized as
    • into the room where Sir Oliver Lodge was making his experiments.
    • just as alive and intensive as sensory perception. Then there are
    • normally live.
    • just as alive and intensive as sensory perception. Then there are
    • normally live.
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    • we live from birth to death, then the world appears to us as a
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • in the present age man cannot live in a world of illusion after
    • death. He can only live in a world of illusion from birth to
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • conception of the end of the earth lived on in historical ideas,
    • the world. What arises in that case? In the first place, we live
    • religious faith which only lives in freedom, he becomes able to
    • Theosophy and the truths that live in Anthroposophy. Is this
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    • we live from birth to death, then the world appears to us as a
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • in the present age man cannot live in a world of illusion after
    • death. He can only live in a world of illusion from birth to
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • conception of the end of the earth lived on in historical ideas,
    • the world. What arises in that case? In the first place, we live
    • religious faith which only lives in freedom, he becomes able to
    • Theosophy and the truths that live in Anthroposophy. Is this
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    • dead, everything that was not alive, was really looked upon as
    • his own life; he himself must become alive. History cannot be
    • human being felt that he lived on the earth in a way which made
    • stood upon it, I lived in a soul-spiritual world, imaginatively
    • live in me.
    • what really lived in his consciousness.
    • He lives, as it were, in equipoise between the divine and the
    • inwardly alive, which do not only seize the intellect, but the
    • encompassing existence. Nietzsche, who lived so completely in the
    • feeling, the same state of mind, which also lives in love. If
    • grasped, whereas everything that is alive defends itself, moves
    • the impulse which lived in them, in order to gain knowledge of
    • spiritual world, and to wait and see in which souls there lived
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    • dead, everything that was not alive, was really looked upon as
    • his own life; he himself must become alive. History cannot be
    • human being felt that he lived on the earth in a way which made
    • stood upon it, I lived in a soul-spiritual world, imaginatively
    • live in me.
    • what really lived in his consciousness.
    • He lives, as it were, in equipoise between the divine and the
    • inwardly alive, which do not only seize the intellect, but the
    • encompassing existence. Nietzsche, who lived so completely in the
    • feeling, the same state of mind, which also lives in love. If
    • grasped, whereas everything that is alive defends itself, moves
    • the impulse which lived in them, in order to gain knowledge of
    • spiritual world, and to wait and see in which souls there lived
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    • general feelings that live in the human being. You may therefore
    • will that lives in him. I have often explained this by saying:
    • and in the night we live in them.
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    • general feelings that live in the human being. You may therefore
    • will that lives in him. I have often explained this by saying:
    • and in the night we live in them.
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    • particularly if we live in a city, is the result of the modern,
    • spiritual Beings live in my thoughts. Indeed, we may say that
    • human being, where it lives and weaves in the form of
    • form of thinking that only lived within his own being, for the
    • everything that pulses and lives in the human being. If we
    • worlds in which he once lived? Everything that was connected with
    • experience of freedom. Man could not have lived entirely within
    • world, but that we learn to live with thought in the inner
    • starry worlds through exact astronomy, I live in exact thoughts
    • and its capacity of thinking — what formerly lived within
    • able to turn inward the force of thinking. Just as we live with
    • are nevertheless as much alive as our ordinary sensory
    • live in the world of thoughts in the same way in which we live in
    • alive. Cosmic thoughts live within this living way of thinking.
    • know how we live when we have passed through the portal of death
    • and have laid aside our body. We know what it is like to live in
    • Nazareth, lived the divine-spiritual being of Christ.
    • experience ourselves within that world in which we must live
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    • Delivered at
    • particularly if we live in a city, is the result of the modern,
    • spiritual Beings live in my thoughts. Indeed, we may say that
    • human being, where it lives and weaves in the form of
    • form of thinking that only lived within his own being, for the
    • everything that pulses and lives in the human being. If we
    • worlds in which he once lived? Everything that was connected with
    • experience of freedom. Man could not have lived entirely within
    • world, but that we learn to live with thought in the inner
    • starry worlds through exact astronomy, I live in exact thoughts
    • and its capacity of thinking — what formerly lived within
    • able to turn inward the force of thinking. Just as we live with
    • are nevertheless as much alive as our ordinary sensory
    • live in the world of thoughts in the same way in which we live in
    • alive. Cosmic thoughts live within this living way of thinking.
    • know how we live when we have passed through the portal of death
    • and have laid aside our body. We know what it is like to live in
    • Nazareth, lived the divine-spiritual being of Christ.
    • experience ourselves within that world in which we must live
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    • of our being which ordinarily lives in a dull twilight existence
    • lived before descending into our physical being through birth or
    • which we shall live again when we pass through the portal of
    • abstract, theoretical manner with which we can live in the
    • lives in a dull twilight state from the moment of falling asleep
    • a different way, when those whom we left behind, still live on
    • sentient-volitional part, our true inner being, lives within the
    • comparatively brief space of time what lives in the continual
    • our physical lives on earth. The physical body may be cast off,
    • Beings who live in the spiritual world and do not descend to the
    • to live; it accompanies the souls until at the end of the earth
    • every morning, so an eternal being will continue to live when the
    • eternal part of the earth will continue to live and it will pass
    • that is, “what lives within my everlasting Being shall not
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    • of our being which ordinarily lives in a dull twilight existence
    • lived before descending into our physical being through birth or
    • which we shall live again when we pass through the portal of
    • abstract, theoretical manner with which we can live in the
    • lives in a dull twilight state from the moment of falling asleep
    • a different way, when those whom we left behind, still live on
    • sentient-volitional part, our true inner being, lives within the
    • comparatively brief space of time what lives in the continual
    • our physical lives on earth. The physical body may be cast off,
    • Beings who live in the spiritual world and do not descend to the
    • to live; it accompanies the souls until at the end of the earth
    • every morning, so an eternal being will continue to live when the
    • eternal part of the earth will continue to live and it will pass
    • that is, “what lives within my everlasting Being shall not
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    • action, and who have to devote their lives and souls to the great
    • Earth-aura there lives what the Christ brought out of the heavenly
    • the knowledge of good and evil on the Earth. This knowledge lives on
    • desired to prepare their lives with this moral intensity.
    • grasp the power of this thought that it lives in the soul as the only
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
    • are ending the lives of men to-day, they appear without purpose
    • children alive within us, moments in which we behold man in his
    • They live on in me, part of my life,
    • Learn to discern what beyond all striving yet lives on;
    • to discern what beyond all striving yet lives on;
    • When there lives on in a human soul all through his earthly life that
    • lives m the deepest outer darkness, the Earth-soul experiences its
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    • action, and who have to devote their lives and souls to the great
    • Earth-aura there lives what the Christ brought out of the heavenly
    • the knowledge of good and evil on the Earth. This knowledge lives on
    • desired to prepare their lives with this moral intensity.
    • grasp the power of this thought that it lives in the soul as the only
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
    • are ending the lives of men to-day, they appear without purpose
    • children alive within us, moments in which we behold man in his
    • They live on in me, part of my life,
    • Learn to discern what beyond all striving yet lives on;
    • to discern what beyond all striving yet lives on;
    • When there lives on in a human soul all through his earthly life that
    • lives m the deepest outer darkness, the Earth-soul experiences its
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    • says to us; the Being who has lived on earth through the body of
    • knowledge of good and evil on the earth. This knowledge lives in the
    • this used to live in numerous Christmas plays, but to a large
    • alive. A man about whom I have spoken, Karl Julius Schröer,
    • lived in the feeling. No indeed! In many areas it began by simply
    • the fact that this thought can live in souls so as to unite all
    • “so many people's lives are ended, that they die by no cause
    • pointing out that countless bullets are destroying human lives, if
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
    • but lives already here in the human being, is crucified on the Cross:
    • alive in us what we received as a child. We can do this by going
    • great deal that lives in this devout man in such a peculiar way. I
    • mystery thus speaks to what lives in us as a childlike quality, it
    • One, Lives in my life, sees in my seeing.
    • And henceforth only God lives in your striving.
    • live on in the human soul through earthly existence — amid
    • here to the greatest degree possible on earth. When the earth lives
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    • says to us; the Being who has lived on earth through the body of
    • knowledge of good and evil on the earth. This knowledge lives in the
    • this used to live in numerous Christmas plays, but to a large
    • alive. A man about whom I have spoken, Karl Julius Schröer,
    • lived in the feeling. No indeed! In many areas it began by simply
    • the fact that this thought can live in souls so as to unite all
    • “so many people's lives are ended, that they die by no cause
    • pointing out that countless bullets are destroying human lives, if
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
    • but lives already here in the human being, is crucified on the Cross:
    • alive in us what we received as a child. We can do this by going
    • great deal that lives in this devout man in such a peculiar way. I
    • mystery thus speaks to what lives in us as a childlike quality, it
    • One, Lives in my life, sees in my seeing.
    • And henceforth only God lives in your striving.
    • live on in the human soul through earthly existence — amid
    • here to the greatest degree possible on earth. When the earth lives
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    • We live
    • Iranians to take hold of their environment and to live a
    • not refer to the man of that name who lived in the time of
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    • ‘garment,’ in which he had lived as Zarathustra
    • were filled, impregnated with Him, and that He lived in the
    • seen, lived on in the Hebrew as an inward
    • or Jehovah. The consciousness of God lived
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    • etheric tone which lives within and permeates all space. It
    • conditions, there is something corresponding to what lives in
    • least to the majority. Man then merely lives. But the
    • music of the spheres. The sphere-harmonies live and move
    • day. And that which lives in the life-ether is also active in
    • within that which lived and moved in the harmony of the
    • yet possessed in the earliest Atlantean times. Man lived in
    • in a mist; he lived entirely without the power of human
    • Who lives behind the physical sun. You will then perceive the
    • sun-wisdom; while the wisdom that lived in Moses was, as it
    • First, in very ancient times, Zarathustra lived in his own
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    • Jehovah-consciousness lived in his Folk-consciousness.
    • earth, a God will live in the blood flowing through the
    • Sun an external garment within which Ahura Mazdao lives and
    • secrets of the Godhead, of Him Who lives and weaves in and
    • of the Ego of Jesus of Nazareth lives the Spirit of the whole
    • impossible at that time to deny that Jesus Christ had lived,
    • and to say: He of whom we speak, did not live at the
    • time he lived as the son of King Sudhodana. It was only in
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    • Luke, or any other Gospel; he lived a hundred years before
    • and lived in all the surrounding world had to enter into his
    • Pandira, who instructed the Essenes in these matters, lived a
    • signs, so if man is to live into cosmic space he must pass
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    • condition only possible for man to-day when he can live in
    • continue to live for a time. That part of the Solomon Jesus,
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    • be said: before Gautama Buddha lived, human nature lacked the
    • of man's inner being. Before Gautama Buddha lived on
    • consciousness is extinguished. During sleep he actually lives
    • Man lives within his narrow snail's shell of the
    • the lives of the saints from this point of view; to see how
    • Jesus died shortly after this, Zarathustra continued to live
    • ego lived through before our eyes, and we can say This
    • space, but never that which lives in man. Christ
    • Matthew tells us clearly that Christ Jesus lived in a
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    • this organ what was essential to the age in which he lived;
    • magically, and live without what comes from the
    • where I live so truly in my astral body and ego that I no
    • lived through these three stages of temptation as a model and
    • end, so that man with his ego that lives in Malchut will be
    • itself. The secret of this ego — which as it lives in
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    • whether Christ Jesus had ever really lived. With a grotesque
    • into temptation. But deliver us from the wicked. For Thine
    • Jesus really lived, would have had to read it in English.
    • Jesus live?’ Basing his teaching on the facts just
    • a person as Jesus has ever lived;’ and among many very
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    • a kind of imaginative perception, a perception that lives in
    • development through Christ. They themselves lived continually
    • lived therefore in two conditions of consciousness. During
    • who already lived in accordance with the Fifth Epoch were
    • with the power of the Personality Who lived at that time,
    • in whom the fulness of the flooding Sun-force is to live;
    • that force, that on one definite occasion descended and lived
    • by Zarathustra in which the Christ could live once in His
    • Christ, who lived a hundred years before His day in
    • others are exalted to the skies. There is the liveliest
    • teaching is to be revived in our day, if we strive to live
    • teaching, but live only for the truth, and we declare the
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    • themselves, to grow in their lives, and in living wisdom, in
    • God, He Who lives, the life-spirit, the Son of the Living
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    • is physical, but a higher condition also lives in the Sun.
    • to sphere-harmony, to that which lives in the sound-ether,
    • Zarathustra, who lived in the early part of our
    • continued to live from epoch to epoch in the mysteries. It
    • should live in the external world, what they ought to do
    • lives, so to be trained from childhood that their bodies
    • certain resemblance in their lives. When we glance back over
    • there we find individuals whose lives take a similar
    • in the lives of such persons. In the writings of Prof. Jensen
    • lives of the ancient Babylonian Gilgamesch, Moses, Jesus, and
    • incidents from the lives of these individuals and compares
    • what matters, but who lives in it! It matters not that such
    • research. What we have to bear in mind is that the lives of
    • and that their lives show therefore a similar course as
    • something elemental lived which is lost to the man in later
    • physical and etheric bodies. In these two members live all
    • have lived since Lemurian times, and have defiled it ever
    • beings have lived and worked constructively. Looking at our
    • ether body lives also that which appertains to the Sun in it
    • ether body we can say: Exalted Beings live in it, Gods that
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    • of repeated earthly lives.
    • that of Buddha, which would mean that he lived some five or six
    • lived about five or six thousand years before the Trojan War. We are
    • regard to the epoch in which Zarathustra lived. Spiritual Science,
    • consciousness of man. Man then lived in a world of images —
    • Zarathustra lived at least eight thousand years before our
    • he lived in a part of the world directly adjoining on its South side
    • are only one part of us in so far as we live in a physical body) we
    • Holy Rishis which flowed into the Vedas and lived on in the Vedantic
    • knowledge and understanding for everything that lives, be it plant or
    • that lives on Earth are bound up with the physical Sun. Behind the
    • physical Sun lives the spiritual Lord and Creator, Ahura Mazdao. This
    • Let that which ever operates and lives
    • behind which the Amschaspands live are active in all the physical
    • but lives within — there dwell the Frawashars or
    • Ferruhars. They live in those thoughts which transcend the merely
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    • A Lecture delivered by
    • of repeated earthly lives.
    • that of Buddha, which would mean that he lived some five or six
    • lived about five or six thousand years before the Trojan War. We are
    • regard to the epoch in which Zarathustra lived. Spiritual Science,
    • consciousness of man. Man then lived in a world of images —
    • Zarathustra lived at least eight thousand years before our
    • he lived in a part of the world directly adjoining on its South side
    • are only one part of us in so far as we live in a physical body) we
    • Holy Rishis which flowed into the Vedas and lived on in the Vedantic
    • knowledge and understanding for everything that lives, be it plant or
    • that lives on Earth are bound up with the physical Sun. Behind the
    • physical Sun lives the spiritual Lord and Creator, Ahura Mazdao. This
    • Let that which ever operates and lives
    • behind which the Amschaspands live are active in all the physical
    • but lives within — there dwell the Frawashars or
    • Ferruhars. They live in those thoughts which transcend the merely
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    • and reverence for thousands of years. Those who lived in the later
    • was a Being who lived in dim primeval times in regions later
    • this being lived a purely spiritual existence.”
    • man. Just as the substances in the blood now live in the human form
    • lives in my being was once subject to the mysterious relationship
    • live invisibly within us as energy and power. The physical part of
    • man's being. Thus there lives in man a hidden quality which strives
    • to bring Osiris to life again. The Isis-power lives in the human soul
    • realise that the Spirit not only lives in the Cosmos but flows into
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    • A Lecture delivered by
    • and reverence for thousands of years. Those who lived in the later
    • was a Being who lived in dim primeval times in regions later
    • this being lived a purely spiritual existence.”
    • man. Just as the substances in the blood now live in the human form
    • lives in my being was once subject to the mysterious relationship
    • live invisibly within us as energy and power. The physical part of
    • man's being. Thus there lives in man a hidden quality which strives
    • to bring Osiris to life again. The Isis-power lives in the human soul
    • realise that the Spirit not only lives in the Cosmos but flows into
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    • take into account where and how the egg can live, how the caterpillar
    • and chrysalis live, and finally how the butterfly lives. If the egg is
    • it has no eyes, so sees nothing and just lives for itself in a world of
    • the physical substance required by the egg, but in this moisture lives
    • egg is still entirely physical, whereas the caterpillar already lives in
    • to live there. So what does it do? Well, it isolates itself, envelops
    • which are entirely spiritual and live in imprisoned light. Imprisoned
    • it lived in water and air; here as chrysalis in air and light; then it
    • animal which lives in the air is inwardly spun, just as the butterfly,
    • an animal which as it lived in the air-water element would have a blood
    • system suited to that element. If it lives for a time in the light it
    • live in water. When it reaches the air it inwardly performs what the
    • caterpillar does outwardly. The tadpole which is a frog, able to live in
    • is that the butterfly lives in the open, and here under my microscope I
    • person alive today was already present in the egg-cell of Eve. This was
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    • take into account where and how the egg can live, how the caterpillar
    • and chrysalis live, and finally how the butterfly lives. If the egg is
    • it has no eyes, so sees nothing and just lives for itself in a world of
    • the physical substance required by the egg, but in this moisture lives
    • egg is still entirely physical, whereas the caterpillar already lives in
    • to live there. So what does it do? Well, it isolates itself, envelops
    • which are entirely spiritual and live in imprisoned light. Imprisoned
    • it lived in water and air; here as chrysalis in air and light; then it
    • animal which lives in the air is inwardly spun, just as the butterfly,
    • an animal which as it lived in the air-water element would have a blood
    • system suited to that element. If it lives for a time in the light it
    • live in water. When it reaches the air it inwardly performs what the
    • caterpillar does outwardly. The tadpole which is a frog, able to live in
    • is that the butterfly lives in the open, and here under my microscope I
    • person alive today was already present in the egg-cell of Eve. This was
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    • that here on earth we have no consciousness of our interior, of liver,
    • always to live in the present. Your remembered thoughts are what make it
    • is an unconscious experience of what man has to live through in what I
    • till waking, man lives without his body through what he has done with
    • have to live through our deeds again with our ego and our astral body.
    • of death and then lives on further in the spiritual world. It is lost
    • the events lived through. Just remind yourself of the unspeakable grief
    • memory that lives in tone or sound, on the one hand; on the other hand,
    • their own being in us: they tell us what they are: the Logos lives in
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
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    • that here on earth we have no consciousness of our interior, of liver,
    • always to live in the present. Your remembered thoughts are what make it
    • is an unconscious experience of what man has to live through in what I
    • till waking, man lives without his body through what he has done with
    • have to live through our deeds again with our ego and our astral body.
    • of death and then lives on further in the spiritual world. It is lost
    • the events lived through. Just remind yourself of the unspeakable grief
    • memory that lives in tone or sound, on the one hand; on the other hand,
    • their own being in us: they tell us what they are: the Logos lives in
    • the spiritual world and lived there in the way described. The great
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    • if it is true that for the civilization in which we live what we do with
    • and live merely in a general, universal feeling of time, to feel himself
    • himself, before he began his life on Earth, had lived in pre-earthly
    • that we live in an age when the ordinary consciousness has no
    • way we come to see more and more clearly how the spiritual lives in the
    • general terms of how in, or above, this physical content lives something
    • namely that in the second stage of sleep he lives a cosmic life. I have
    • man has an experience of the fixed stars. Having lived during the second
    • stage of sleep in the copy of the planetary movements, he now lives in
    • short, we live our way into the cosmos with far greater intensity than
    • conscious in the widest sense of the fact that man lives not only in his
    • more live his way into the Cosmos, and that the time will come when he
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    • if it is true that for the civilization in which we live what we do with
    • and live merely in a general, universal feeling of time, to feel himself
    • himself, before he began his life on Earth, had lived in pre-earthly
    • that we live in an age when the ordinary consciousness has no
    • way we come to see more and more clearly how the spiritual lives in the
    • general terms of how in, or above, this physical content lives something
    • namely that in the second stage of sleep he lives a cosmic life. I have
    • man has an experience of the fixed stars. Having lived during the second
    • stage of sleep in the copy of the planetary movements, he now lives in
    • short, we live our way into the cosmos with far greater intensity than
    • conscious in the widest sense of the fact that man lives not only in his
    • more live his way into the Cosmos, and that the time will come when he
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    • alive originates from some-thing alive.” He committed the
    • threatened with being burnt alive. People are content to make
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • live in dark caves for some time. And by demonstrating those
    • though they have always lived in the same place under the care
    • the attitude of a Scientist would be towards what is alive if he
    • scientific assertion: “Everything that is alive originates
    • from the laws of nature that a dead man cannot be made alive
    • feeling lives in those words. And all those who feel like
    • all sorts of things to shake it; yet it continues to live on in
    • alive round his couch of repose spirits which he himself has
    • gives him strength to live his life. It shows him whence he
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    • alive originates from some-thing alive.” He committed the
    • threatened with being burnt alive. People are content to make
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • live in dark caves for some time. And by demonstrating those
    • though they have always lived in the same place under the care
    • the attitude of a Scientist would be towards what is alive if he
    • scientific assertion: “Everything that is alive originates
    • from the laws of nature that a dead man cannot be made alive
    • feeling lives in those words. And all those who feel like
    • all sorts of things to shake it; yet it continues to live on in
    • alive round his couch of repose spirits which he himself has
    • gives him strength to live his life. It shows him whence he
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    • well remove the brain of a man and he would continue to live.
    • breathing, the organism would still continue to live in the
    • first lives on in the second and when these die they both
    • live on in the next ones.
    • lifeless matter and yet continue to live, that it has a
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • this truth about the repeated earth-lives is still but little
    • after all, to man, to hear about repeated earth-lives, if he
    • is not able to remember his former lives, if the memory of
    • his former lives is not present?”
    • children's lives, will be able to make one observation from
    • himself a retrospect into former lives by looking towards the
    • former earth-lives are not merely a logical sequence, but
    • he approach the point of time when the past earth-lives will
    • recollection of former lives is a question of
    • memory of past lives. Then people need no longer say that
    • unless we can remember our past lives they are of no use! Is
    • the fruits of past lives; we develop in ourselves in the
    • from former lives; and when we begin to look back into former
    • earth-lives, the memory of them is certainly there. We can
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    • well remove the brain of a man and he would continue to live.
    • breathing, the organism would still continue to live in the
    • first lives on in the second and when these die they both
    • live on in the next ones.
    • lifeless matter and yet continue to live, that it has a
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • this truth about the repeated earth-lives is still but little
    • after all, to man, to hear about repeated earth-lives, if he
    • is not able to remember his former lives, if the memory of
    • his former lives is not present?”
    • children's lives, will be able to make one observation from
    • himself a retrospect into former lives by looking towards the
    • former earth-lives are not merely a logical sequence, but
    • he approach the point of time when the past earth-lives will
    • recollection of former lives is a question of
    • memory of past lives. Then people need no longer say that
    • unless we can remember our past lives they are of no use! Is
    • the fruits of past lives; we develop in ourselves in the
    • from former lives; and when we begin to look back into former
    • earth-lives, the memory of them is certainly there. We can
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    • laid into the souls and sealed will live over into the seven
    • band out of all nations who will live in brotherhood in the
    • man will dissolve the physical element of his nature and live
    • live in the fifth; the sixth is indicated in the Apocalypse
    • will live consciously under other moral conditions. The astral
    • with the aid of Christ. They live in harmony with the
    • it will be adapted to the physical body and will live in
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    • them. There was a time in which humanity lived amongst those
    • consciousness. The state of consciousness in which man lives
    • thus picture that the human being has lived under other
    • and himself was soul and spirit, he lived among spiritual
    • lived in a spiritual world. Later he descended from it in
    • while man still perceived in spiritual realms. He lived at
    • beings. He lived among spirits and divine beings and
    • abounds in lively fantasy about such things. The truth of the
    • man can live the life of spirit and thus develop the organs
    • that world in which man had earlier lived.
    • day-consciousness. In the first stage of initiation man lives
    • separate individual, the Divine Principle lives in him,
    • point. What matters is that he was there, that he has lived
    • Principle that lived in all creation. He says, “If you
    • spiritual love as a force that lives and works in all that
    • lives into the future.
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    • to live in the spiritual worlds could mould the organs like a
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    • when the Cherusci, the Heruli, etc., lived in the parts now
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    • once more how man lived at a time which now lies more than
    • lived upon the earth a race of men of which a part had worked
    • then dwelt in distant Asia, and lived more in the memory of
    • that the people lived in the memory of what they themselves
    • the physical sense world; they lived among divine spiritual
    • eyes, though dimly. They lived among spirits, they had
    • regions in which man formerly lived.
    • the stars of heaven, which lived in the forces of nature, was
    • and the last, who is killed in material life and made alive
    • Which was, and Which is to come, He who has become alive
    • person who has not lived his life in such a way that he can
    • spiritual life. But only from these fruits can he live in the
    • destroy all brotherhood, they devour everything which lives
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    • there will also be a race in which will live what man now
    • lived in the ancient Indian civilization! You then received
    • your countenance. You will live further into the age of
    • has uttered, will live on after all that is indicated in the
    • form and live again in the spiritual. How is this expressed?
    • stronger impulses to live into the future and to do our share
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    • atmosphere. Beings lived there who were at various stages of
    • and this “I,” which was at the human stage, which lived
    • alive. It continually produced luxuriant growths. It was not
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VI
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    • to undergo the evolution suited to them. The men who lived
    • environment. The tracts of land upon which man then lived
    • who lived on into the epoch which we may describe in so far
    • Europe and America. At that time man lived under very
    • man then lived in a different state of consciousness and
    • arose. Possessing no sharp outlines man lived within a
    • when at night he left the physical body he was able to live
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    • many have lived who have experienced nothing of the
    • returns again and again, and the souls which lived in earlier
    • who lived through several generations. It would have been
    • then live into the future until after the great War of All
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    • must be chosen and prepared to live beyond the period of the
    • the Atlanteans lived over into our epoch and founded our
    • which will live in the astral and which will separate from
    • in which man lived. Only later did he become capable of
    • learns it in his present body; for if a being wished to live
    • the seer lives in a present-day body, and in accordance with
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IX
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    • live in the astralized earth. Thus man, a new being, will
    • live over into this spiritualized earth.
    • which are to live the new beings in the Jupiter period.
    • shall live, then, in an earth which has become spiritual.
    • unite with the sun; he will live in the spiritualized earth
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    • with the spiritual beings and lives within them. Although the
    • ready to produce something that is alive, plants, animals and
    • man lives in such a way that the individual, even if he does
    • humanity lives in the fourth epoch of the development of the
    • which he lived through here upon the earth consisted
    • world where he lived among gods and spirits, of which an echo
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    • of the world, in order to live beyond the great War into the
    • great brotherhood which will live over into the epoch of the
    • preparing them-selves to live in bodies in the future in
    • feelings, then there will live in us a very different feeling
    • untouched by the spiritual conception of the world, who live
    • human being of the present day. He lives in such a way that
    • changed his astral body into spirit-self. He will live at a
    • consciousness. He will there-fore live under entirely
    • etheric bodies, through being able to live at night in the
    • beginning of our era a Being lived in Palestine whom I wish
    • weaned himself from this in the spiritual world he lives in
    • through the help of Christ do men continue to live on in the
    • we have men who live in an etheric body which harmonizes with
    • the astral body, and we have others whose etheric body lives
    • Jerusalem. They live in a new heaven and a new earth, that
    • only gained the earth consciousness to live a normal life;
    • earth. While they live in the phases which they pierce the
    • not written down, but lived from one generation of priests to
    • but they lived from generation to generation of the
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    • Lord endured to deliver His flesh unto corruption, that by the
    • shall live forever. Is our hope then set upon a stone? Far be
    • and the honey Because the child is first kept alive by honey, and
    • then by milk. So in like manner we also, being kept alive by our
    • faith in the promise and by the word, shall live and be lords of
    • shall live for ever.
    • God. Who is he that desireth to live forever, let him hear with
    • number of years it lives it has just so many orifices.
    • of them shall live forever.
    • eat of these shall live forever; He meaneth this; whosoever,
    • live forever.
    • against them that for their sins they were delivered unto death;
    • they shall think to have destroyed shall make alive in an emblem
    • should be delivered over to the affliction of death.
    • alive; and forthwith he shall be saved. And so they did. Here
    • and delivered up to the iniquity of error, and thus establish the
    • it is written how the Father chargeth Him to deliver us from
    • shall be in the last days, that the Lord shall deliver up the
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • powers. But in real life, as we have to live it, man is exposed to
    • human relations that we live in a continuous fluctuation
    • to realisation in space, for the Spirits of Form do not live in
    • We live, however, in the realm of duration, and this gives balance to
    • because they live both spatially and spacelessly, because they pass
    • the present stage of evolution, so very few men have any lively sense
    • We live now
    • To-day he must begin consciously to enter the realm in which lives his
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • by a man not being willing to live among other men as a
    • We live
    • first to go through death, had to live in the spiritual world until
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • abstractions of Rome, for he was permeated with a lively sense of the
    • that lived in him between birth and death but had nothing to do with
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • to face this significant fact. The men of old did not live in the age
    • consciousness, for we live in the epoch of the Consciousness Soul.
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    • lives in these pictures the passionate wish of the Middle Ages to set
    • lives in the cultural evolution of the West is illuminated when
    • realise that as we live here in the sense-world, we have only an
    • lives in the world of the senses. We should have to say: I think,
    • again when we live on after death.
    • person, but were so to live with his fellows that it could be
    • lives upon lies. And he can really live very well on these hidden
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • time can feel it — how like our age is, in terms of what lives
    • It lives on in the most varied impulses, derived, not from Palestine,
    • these two attitudes have lived on. There can be no help for either
    • unable to discover the activity of Christ in all that lives in human
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • spiritual world. It was a call delivered to humanity – followed
    • have lived in the plenitude of his
    • death for the immeasurable richness of his gifts. We were enlivened
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    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • spiritual world. It was a call delivered to humanity – followed
    • have lived in the plenitude of his
    • death for the immeasurable richness of his gifts. We were enlivened
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    • distinguished from the environment in which it lives. Just as
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • not live on the astral plane but in lower Devachan. We must
    • human Ego really live, when it lives here, upon the physical
    • plane? In which one of the three kingdoms does it live? And
    • revealed to him. In other words: The Ego lives, as a
    • kingdom. The Ego of man lives within a human form, but when
    • — it is unable to do more. Although the Ego lives
    • plane — spiritual Beings that live on the astral plane
    • higher Beings which do not live in the mineral kingdom. The
    • the blood which heat — and at the same time, lives upon
    • astral body — what lives within this astral body? In
    • addition to the Ego, Beings live within it whose Ego dwells
    • just as maggots live in cheese. This is the third
    • moulding them, so that the instincts may live within them.
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    • distinguished from the environment in which it lives. Just as
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • not live on the astral plane but in lower Devachan. We must
    • human Ego really live, when it lives here, upon the physical
    • plane? In which one of the three kingdoms does it live? And
    • revealed to him. In other words: The Ego lives, as a
    • kingdom. The Ego of man lives within a human form, but when
    • — it is unable to do more. Although the Ego lives
    • plane — spiritual Beings that live on the astral plane
    • higher Beings which do not live in the mineral kingdom. The
    • the blood which heat — and at the same time, lives upon
    • astral body — what lives within this astral body? In
    • addition to the Ego, Beings live within it whose Ego dwells
    • just as maggots live in cheese. This is the third
    • moulding them, so that the instincts may live within them.
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    • repeated birth lives, that that which resides in us
    • starting point for succeeding lives. The psycho-spiritual
    • earth lives. Today it may be considered as dreaming —
    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • live again in future earthly conditions and new incarnations.
    • events of earlier lives and conditions of existence.
    • consider an example taken from a time that lives very near to
    • intimate, something lived that cannot be expressed in any
    • other way than to say: in Suzanne von Klettenberg lived a
    • spirit residing in the Earth, as our spiritual lives in us.
    • the spirit of Helena, who lived many centuries ago. She has
    • within physical existence — have new lives extending
    • lives between spirit and body, how the soul is placed between
    • light capable of illuminating the world in which lives the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • repeated birth lives, that that which resides in us
    • starting point for succeeding lives. The psycho-spiritual
    • earth lives. Today it may be considered as dreaming —
    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • live again in future earthly conditions and new incarnations.
    • events of earlier lives and conditions of existence.
    • consider an example taken from a time that lives very near to
    • intimate, something lived that cannot be expressed in any
    • other way than to say: in Suzanne von Klettenberg lived a
    • spirit residing in the Earth, as our spiritual lives in us.
    • the spirit of Helena, who lived many centuries ago. She has
    • within physical existence — have new lives extending
    • lives between spirit and body, how the soul is placed between
    • light capable of illuminating the world in which lives the
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture I: East and West from a Spiritual Point of View
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    • socialists but who live in illusions rather than in
    • in which we live, the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, is that the
    • human being lives in the hearts of men. Without giving
    • to develop any social understanding. This image is alive but
    • it lives only in the subconsciousness. The moment that it
    • human being lives in those persons who are engaged at present
    • character. When something that has lived instinctively and
    • to become fully human, so must what lives unconsciously and
    • of the present age, what is still alive in Eastern Europe,
    • Roman Empire continues to live unconsciously in a ghostly way
    • symptoms. It is for this reason that I delivered the lecture
    • thinking, what lives in our blood, is Old Testament thinking.
    • Jewish people that, in the world in which we live between
    • accordance with the present age. In his case the life lived
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture II: The Present from the Viewpoint of the Present
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    • practical men as the saying goes, and conducted their lives
    • continued to live in the old manner, administering their
    • attention to the active forces that are alive in this Russian
    • right to vote who lives on income from his property or who
    • live by means of income, who employ other persons and
    • abstract and confused conception of their own personal lives!
    • If they ask themselves, for example, “What do I live
    • themselves, “I live on my money,” there are many
    • suppose they live on their money, inherited from their
    • fathers, but we cannot live on money. Money is not something
    • on which we can live. Here it is necessary at last to begin
    • thinks he lives on the money he has inherited, for example,
    • for work, as is the custom today — whoever lives in
    • this way and supposes that he can live on money has no
    • interest in his fellow men because no one can live on money.
    • labor that I live, not on my money. My money has no value
    • live within the social structure. It is of no importance to
    • demand for their lives? The feeling of obligation to the
    • society in which we live is the beginning of the interest
    • ahrimanic power lives in what seems to be produced by money
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    • the actual year was 747 B.C., to demand that what could live
    • lives if they become apprentices of the people of the East.
    • will be able to live in future throughout the world only as
    • total human beings. If an American should wish to live only
    • is due to the fact that he was able to live in Trieste on the
    • delivered forgot all about the matter and left the
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    • social being, he simply cannot live rightly with his fellow
    • necessity within which we live — if we did not have to
    • live a wholesome life, so must he alternate between the
    • importance for our lives.
    • subconsciousness regarding the other person. In our lives we
    • it may sound a good maxim to live by, even though there would
    • live with people, and we shall see that the social attitude
    • possible only if people did not live in sympathies and
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture V: Specters of the Old Testament in the Nationalism of the Present
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    • is compelled in any single incarnation to live in such a
    • waking is similar to the life that we live from conception
    • live without seership. In the seventh postAtlantean epoch a
    • human beings with whom we live. It is here that the social
    • unselfishly conducted survey of our lives is made up of all
    • survey of those figures with whom we have lived together. We
    • longer so live that A lives there, B there, C there, but A, B
    • and C live in D; A, B and D live in C; C, D and E live in A;
    • etc. We gain the capacity to have other human beings live in
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture VI: The Innate Capacities of the Nations of the World
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    • that live in these Russian revolutionary heads of the present
    • proletariat live. These ideas can never be born in the
    • accordance with inherent law. If a person does not live with
    • the day before. It is necessary to know that the people live
    • actually lived in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. At that
    • the fact that ahrimanic powers live in external nature around
    • from our inherited potentialities, we get as far in our lives
    • not to live one's life in dull drowsiness, nor permit
    • humanity to live its life in dull drowsiness. As we become
    • their soul lives with those impulses to which we have here
    • ought to live within us in the form of social judgment and
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • there was created a figure, a figure, however, which lived,
    • what lived in those early Christian souls, when for example we
    • lived wholly in the world of the old heathen gods and could
    • For never lived a man, who to false Gods
    • Unto the Sun-God Mithras. Then I lived
    • Divine and Ahrimanic powers live and pulsate through us. The
    • live in the world, and we may not scorn any of the impulses of
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • there was created a figure, a figure, however, which lived,
    • what lived in those early Christian souls, when for example we
    • lived wholly in the world of the old heathen gods and could
    • For never lived a man, who to false Gods
    • Unto the Sun-God Mithras. Then I lived
    • Divine and Ahrimanic powers live and pulsate through us. The
    • live in the world, and we may not scorn any of the impulses of
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • understand it when we realize that Aristotle lived at the end
    • lives in the Divine Spirit itself. In the moving stars, in
    • Bruno lived first at that point of time when the knowledge of
    • alive in Goethe. Nevertheless it is not only a couple of
    • of Nature to the God who lives in the plants and minerals and
    • Giordano Bruno live in Goethe at the end of the eighteenth
    • way that what lived as the innermost attitude of his soul,
    • world, but who lives and operates within all visible things.
    • the Spirit in the separate things. For it lives in one way in
    • inspired with the thought which lived in the philosophic
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    • understand it when we realize that Aristotle lived at the end
    • lives in the Divine Spirit itself. In the moving stars, in
    • Bruno lived first at that point of time when the knowledge of
    • alive in Goethe. Nevertheless it is not only a couple of
    • of Nature to the God who lives in the plants and minerals and
    • Giordano Bruno live in Goethe at the end of the eighteenth
    • way that what lived as the innermost attitude of his soul,
    • world, but who lives and operates within all visible things.
    • the Spirit in the separate things. For it lives in one way in
    • inspired with the thought which lived in the philosophic
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    • upon mineral soil; the Dead stands upon a ‘soil,’ lives in an
    • will live on earth as a physical body. The being of soul could
    • passed through many lives on the earth. In every life numbers
    • The Dead enters into those impulses which live themselves
    • element in which the Dead live. For consider this: what we feel
    • which the Dead live. The kingdom in which the Dead live can
    • live in him? — These questions may well be asked but they
    • alive, for the Dead neither hears nor takes in this kind of
    • love for the person when he was alive and address yourself to
    • comes out of our soul — there lives what the Dead have to
    • child lives on in us and we actually feel what he feels. In
    • Because the child lives on in us and remains with us, the
    • these things inwardly alive, they will enable us to come into
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • DELIVERED
    • toils onward, him we can deliver.”]
    • yesterday was alive within him, coupled with that inner
    • of the time in which we live, — to our present epoch
    • It is often said that we live in an age of specialists, in
    • spirits like these, it is true, show by their lives how life
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • quarter we shall inevitably live to see a great revival of
    • must be so in order that it may continue to live. This is a
    • than the conditions under which he had to deliver his
    • it lives itself out in our feelings and sensations, in our
    • though we must live in space separated one from the other and
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    • DELIVERED
    • toils onward, him we can deliver.”]
    • yesterday was alive within him, coupled with that inner
    • of the time in which we live, — to our present epoch
    • It is often said that we live in an age of specialists, in
    • spirits like these, it is true, show by their lives how life
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
    • quarter we shall inevitably live to see a great revival of
    • must be so in order that it may continue to live. This is a
    • than the conditions under which he had to deliver his
    • it lives itself out in our feelings and sensations, in our
    • though we must live in space separated one from the other and
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • life. Then she lived on. Fourteen years have passed. Perhaps
    • depths the disappointed plan lives on as a real force.
    • takes its course in repeated lives on Earth. For in their
    • lives on Earth. Then perhaps we shall discover that there are
    • from the way in which we lived with other human beings. In our
    • course, through our succeeding lives.) And now it receives a
    • of life in former lives. The way we find our connections in
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    • life. Then she lived on. Fourteen years have passed. Perhaps
    • depths the disappointed plan lives on as a real force.
    • takes its course in repeated lives on Earth. For in their
    • lives on Earth. Then perhaps we shall discover that there are
    • from the way in which we lived with other human beings. In our
    • course, through our succeeding lives.) And now it receives a
    • of life in former lives. The way we find our connections in
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • morning they were delivered at the actress's house. In the
    • to deliver, which he has left at the bottom of the stairs.
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    • morning they were delivered at the actress's house. In the
    • to deliver, which he has left at the bottom of the stairs.
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • earthly lives of man — the carrying-over of human
    • mind to reckon with repeated lives on Earth instead of setting
    • connected with repeated lives on Earth, can meet life in
    • repeated earthly lives; — nay more, though they
    • earthly lives, largely contributed to bring about the very
    • to reckon with repeated earthly lives and Karma. Such a
    • precisely to that form of Spiritual Science which has to live
    • was the danger. Beneath this danger they lived from 1840 onward
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • earthly lives of man — the carrying-over of human
    • mind to reckon with repeated lives on Earth instead of setting
    • connected with repeated lives on Earth, can meet life in
    • repeated earthly lives; — nay more, though they
    • earthly lives, largely contributed to bring about the very
    • to reckon with repeated earthly lives and Karma. Such a
    • precisely to that form of Spiritual Science which has to live
    • was the danger. Beneath this danger they lived from 1840 onward
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    • nothing between himself and the Godhead. Man shall live in this
    • individual human being through his repeated lives on Earth.
    • they guide and direct the repeated earthly lives of men. The
    • lives on Earth.
    • there live in that which men spoke a spiritual power of
    • connection with the repeated earthly lives of man, for that is
    • which he lived, the Copernican world-conception (which in
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    • nothing between himself and the Godhead. Man shall live in this
    • individual human being through his repeated lives on Earth.
    • they guide and direct the repeated earthly lives of men. The
    • lives on Earth.
    • there live in that which men spoke a spiritual power of
    • connection with the repeated earthly lives of man, for that is
    • which he lived, the Copernican world-conception (which in
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • Delivered at
    • supplement by this other saying: “Unless you live your
    • manifest. As the human being lives his physical life here upon
    • which we live. When we are sensitive to such thoughts, we are
    • living with the power with which man ought to live in this time
    • that it gives strength and support to our lives. We can feel
    • our own souls we pass through repeated earth lives during which
    • Truly the Christ must live within us, since we are not human
    • evils and sorrows which they have had to live through and will
    • yet have to live through.
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    • Delivered at
    • supplement by this other saying: “Unless you live your
    • manifest. As the human being lives his physical life here upon
    • which we live. When we are sensitive to such thoughts, we are
    • living with the power with which man ought to live in this time
    • that it gives strength and support to our lives. We can feel
    • our own souls we pass through repeated earth lives during which
    • Truly the Christ must live within us, since we are not human
    • evils and sorrows which they have had to live through and will
    • yet have to live through.
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    • these ideas live, transformed into feeling. It is not easy to
    • live through many embodiments, from incarnation to incarnation.
    • although there is no need for all our ideas to live again, we
    • symbol. The experience and understanding of it live
    • lower bodies, the power of consummation will live in the Self.
    • Which many thousands pledged their lives to shield,
    • old member of the Brotherhood that lives there at whose behest
    • that in this house there lives in perfect seclusion a
    • live here in peace and harmony together. For they are led by a
    • His life, so that a greater one might live!
    • His memory shall live both true and pure.
    • For all is still alive within my mind,
    • And as a brook, with rippling waves alive,
    • With all our strength we strive to live and labour,
    • To live for others both in thought and action
    • spiritual processes. The external power of the sun lives in the
    • With joy of movement thrilled, enlived and fair.
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • these ideas live, transformed into feeling. It is not easy to
    • live through many embodiments, from incarnation to incarnation.
    • although there is no need for all our ideas to live again, we
    • symbol. The experience and understanding of it live
    • lower bodies, the power of consummation will live in the Self.
    • Which many thousands pledged their lives to shield,
    • old member of the Brotherhood that lives there at whose behest
    • that in this house there lives in perfect seclusion a
    • live here in peace and harmony together. For they are led by a
    • His life, so that a greater one might live!
    • His memory shall live both true and pure.
    • For all is still alive within my mind,
    • And as a brook, with rippling waves alive,
    • With all our strength we strive to live and labour,
    • To live for others both in thought and action
    • spiritual processes. The external power of the sun lives in the
    • With joy of movement thrilled, enlived and fair.
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    • fruits of earlier lives carried over into later lives. The Michael
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture I
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    • The fruits of earlier lives carried over into later lives.
    • of us who are present here have passed through earlier lives on the
    • earlier lives. And we are mindful not only of what we are within our
    • earthly lives must also be taken into account. Nor will any progress
    • or in the past, represents the fruits of earlier earthly lives, and
    • we cannot really understand him without taking those earlier lives
    • earthly lives play over into a given incarnation is never seriously
    • human beings who are living to-day or who lived centuries ago were
    • lives of outstanding personalities, for we shall realise then that
    • the earlier earthly lives, let us say of Bacon, or of Darwin? What
    • must no longer remain abstract. The mere knowledge that man lives
    • through earlier lives on earth? They carried over from those earlier
    • lives. When we understand them as individuals, then and only
    • deeds of men, into streams of human lives flowing from remote ages of
    • like myself were born in the sixties of last century have lived
    • is strongly involved in the external world. But he can live aloof and
    • those possessed of the corresponding faculties to live in the Mind
    • world, one was able to live in the very world into which Michael was
    • reason I lived with all the forces of the Mind Soul through what was
    • after having lived with these questions for decades, every time one
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    • raised the question: How can we find in earlier earthly lives the
    • understand how the successive earthly lives of individuals can be
    • the last lecture. Such personalities make us alive to the fact that
    • live again in new earthly lives, why is it that to-day, for example,
    • Mysteries he had been an Initiate. He had reincarnated and he lived
    • Arabism and also kept alive ancient forms of Aristotelian thought
    • lives of Alexander the Great and of Aristotle in those particular
    • his Counsellor — ) they lived, unknown and unheeded, in a
    • spiritual life, live under the direct influence of the Michael
    • experienced formed itself into the impulse which remained alive in
    • had lived as Aristotle and Alexander.
    • super-sensible existence, the one (he who had lived as Haroun al
    • lives. So, for example, we may take the famous Pope Gregory VII, the
    • lives as men on earth in the pre-Christian era had played no part in
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    • Sun-Being, dwelt on the earth in the body of Jesus and has lived
    • Christ comes to the earth and lives henceforward in union with the
    • already lived on the earth during the early centuries of Christendom
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    • karma. The world in which he lives from awaking to falling asleep
    • humanity has not always lived in the state of consciousness that is
    • of men who lived directly after the Atlantean Flood was a gradually
    • consciousness in which man to-day lives among purely physical beings
    • live among men and often among animals, as lurking in the things of
    • then see this spiritual, super-sensible world in which he lived
    • spiritual world, of the world in which man lives between death and a
    • there is no consciousness any longer of repeated earthly lives.
    • times at early dawn, the spirit-beings with whom man lived from
    • awakening, saw the spirit-beings with whom he had lived during the
    • him the figures of his earlier lives together with the evolution of
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    • part in these events, in respect of their repeated lives on earth.
    • historical personages as it shows itself in the course of their lives
    • karma and repeated earth-lives, as we come to place it before us in
    • earth-lives.
    • speak of one or two such personalities who have lived in times not
    • very far distant from our own, and whose lives readily suggest the
    • let us take the case of personalities of an earlier age, who lived a
    • returned? We would like to be able to add other lives to the one of
    • many lives. And I was able to discover, starting from the fact of his
    • contemporaries (for my Geometry teacher lived later than Byron) had,
    • lived as poet and geometrician, each a genius in his own line, the
    • kept the enthusiasm alive in their hearts.
    • personalities whose lives leave us with unanswered questions.
    • vision led one back, for example, to a soul who lived in the 5th
    • embodiment in later earth-lives. Now not only do other human souls
    • from earlier earth-lives. And so this soul of whom I am speaking was
    • had thought and felt in earlier lives, especially in the life that
    • repeated earth-lives are ingenious speculations and nothing more.
    • experienced and lived out by man between birth and death.
    • a cosmic anatomy) began to come alive, began to spiritualise; and a
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    • Impulse, has only been able to live on within the European and
    • Christianity in connection with what ought to live within the
    • Anthroposophical Society: and not only ought to, but can live,
    • take the facts of repeated earthly lives in all seriousness, we shall
    • in karma, in the karma coming from earlier lives on earth.
    • beginning, then we see that those who lived on Arthur's Mount had, as
    • lived around King Arthur absorbed this play of weaving, working
    • elapsed he lays aside his etheric body and lives on then in his
    • but they lived at the time within this Life-Spirit which encircled
    • lives the urge to come in sincerity into the Anthroposophical
    • time when a form of thought connected with medicine and healing lived
    • from then on lives in the earth-sphere. And what is happening on the
    • departure of the Christ from the Sun. They live on — I will not
    • the individualities who had lived in Haroun al Raschid and his
    • the karmic urge lives in souls to find their way to that form of
    • with their cosmic view of Christianity, lived on, propagating
    • traditions of the Mysteries of antiquity. This knowledge lived on in
    • others. And the teachings lived and worked too in the great teacher
    • the souls who belonged to the sphere of Michael, who had lived in the
    • old Alexander time, who had not lived on earth during the first
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    • cannot live in the realm of abstraction; one must always enter into
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    • spiritual powers of the Archangel. Speech lives in our breathing; ego
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    • him as long as he lives. It is united to his physical body and only
    • country and live within this aura of the Folk Spirit? This influence
    • characteristic of the person who lives in this etheric aura of the
    • of these Folk Spirits and see how he incarnates on Earth, lives again
    • Pericles could not possibly have lived in any other age or under
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    • but would live in a kind of dreamlike consciousness of the Old Moon
    • man had lived through the first and last thirds of his life in the
    • where he lives. Because of his premature incarnation — in
    • his environment, because his youth is lived in the way I have
    • lived in the spiritual environment of the Earth. He then incarnated
    • lives. I have already described how man departed from the laws of the
    • locality where a man lives exercises its most potent influence in
    • their spiritual life from the people they conquered, who lived more
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    • the Earth where we live and have our being. They work inward from
    • cosmic forces which live and weave around us in the ether and in the
    • third Hierarchy we have that which lives and weaves in the inner
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    • esoteric Christianity which was destined to live on further in the
    • of you who live in Scandinavia will be interested in something which
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    • period of development, but they had lived through it in a kind of dim
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, that which lives as if in a spiritual unity.
    • represented the wisdom that lives directly in the spoken sounds of
    • speech. At his Initiation Odin won power over that wisdom which lives
    • ego-consciousness. Hence there lives especially in the soul of the
    • lives in us and organizes our speech — that is to say, in the
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    • this time the Indians pursued exactly the opposite course. They lived
    • that which has no validity there. To Nordic man who lived more on the
    • once as an astral being and lived as such upon the astral plane. The
    • spiritual world. When man lived in a condition of dreamlike
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    • spirit of the tribe with that which lives in the Group Soul. To this
    • peoples who, until recent times, lived on the soil of France, if you
    • Central European and Scandinavian peoples and its after-effects lived
    • that this impulse lives on.
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    • He made a great stir. Not only those who lived in his immediate
    • relics of the old clairvoyance, will live on in the future. There is
    • all mankind. And if we are self-contained, and live, not for
    • before us. The more we practice this in our lives, the better
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    • the daughter of religion, and still lived in the closest ties of
    • daughter of religion, and she too lived in close family relationship
    • feeling, which simply must enliven us if the truths of Spiritual
    • lives.
    • have already been alive in European cultural life from the time of
    • alive, the culture associated with the name of Persephone. In that
    • still felt at that time that thinking was alive there, that hope was
    • understand that the spiritual thought which lives in their souls has
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    • regain through Spiritual Science was still very much alive in ancient
    • whole wondrous action comes alive for you in the Pluto scene of the
    • given them the laws which continue to live in human morality.
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    • could not penetrate the matter with intellect, but it lived in his
    • He lived far more in
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    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • able to live out their lives in this sheath of the human physical
    • lived in their sensations and feelings. When a Greek turned to the
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    • without, when it lives instead in the spiritual world, when it
    • lived in him, side by side with what was in his astral body as the
    • him on the Earth. And that is what the man who lived in olden times
    • that time there was a humanity which lived with its consciousness
    • the bit of space enclosed by its skin, a time when it lived outside,
    • lived at one with the world of cosmic space. But those times have
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • elder Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus, like the other Greek gods, lived as
    • antiquity, and lived in a post-Atlantean fleshly body. Just as the
    • the personal intellectual ego, once lived as a man, as the younger
    • pre-historic times. This Dionysos the younger actually lived, he was
    • figure who actually lived as a man, accompanied by a remarkable band
    • in asking: ‘Is Dionysos the younger alive today?’ Yes,
    • my dear friends. Go where you will, look at what lives in the world
    • culture also envelops all men in their daily lives—therein
    • lives Dionysos the younger! Whether you turn to the teaching of our
    • financial system throughout the world, in all that there lives the
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    • lives on the physical plane has within it not only those forces of a
    • felt that in what constituted the world of men there lived something
    • different from what lived in the gods of Zeus's world.
    • which we live has a heterogeneous constituent was felt too by the
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    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • verily lived the soul of Dionysos of old, was Plato. One only
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    • of one life lays obligations upon us for many lives, not simply for
    • lived, there comes a divine thought which is real. What had made that
    • that it suited them better, (putting it colloquially) to live in the
    • gods, of whom one elected to continue to live, as the real ancient
    • continued to live only in what we call the etheric elements, first
    • out of which they formed their bodies. Everything which lives in the
    • developed which in the long run were only able to live in these finer
    • Being who had chosen to dwell among the gods who only wanted to live
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    • man lived upon the Earth in this way in phantom-form, the Earth too
    • representations of the others, only wished to live in the finer
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    • doctor and philosopher Broca delivered before the Paris
    • complete the circle, leads us to recognise what lives and subsists in
    • illusion of spirit. It is because we live in the spirit but do not
    • For we do indeed live in the spirit without knowing it. We see spirit
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    • Therefore we may say: not only does Raphael live on through the following
    • Raphael. The truth of repeated earthly lives that have so often been
    • again in repeated earthly lives through the epochs, bearing from one
    • soul undergoes as the result of its different earthly lives, —
    • he lived and all that was around him, to work upon us. While Raphael
    • a passionate, tumultuous people. Noble families whose lives were spent
    • is this the case in a region like that in which Raphael lived. Forces
    • but in the spiritual sense Greece conquers Rome. Greek culture lives
    • imbibed by Rome, lives on there; Rome is permeated through and through
    • through this inward deepening and whose souls have long lived apart
    • Jesus”; we live entirely in the moment here portrayed. We are
    • it, before or afterwards; we live wholly in the relationship of the
    • in Italy were extraordinarily uninfluenced by what lived in Greek Philosophy
    • not know that it would live and flow onwards like a river that sometimes
    • course of evolution and that the soul of man through successive lives will
    • lived on.” This desire for “reincarnation”
    • made. The influence of the originals live on, even in the reproductions.
    • will live on in the outer course of human evolution and inwardly in
    • the success of lives of the spirit of man, destroying ever mightier
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    • Therefore we may say: not only does Raphael live on through the following
    • Raphael. The truth of repeated earthly lives that have so often been
    • again in repeated earthly lives through the epochs, bearing from one
    • soul undergoes as the result of its different earthly lives, —
    • he lived and all that was around him, to work upon us. While Raphael
    • a passionate, tumultuous people. Noble families whose lives were spent
    • is this the case in a region like that in which Raphael lived. Forces
    • but in the spiritual sense Greece conquers Rome. Greek culture lives
    • imbibed by Rome, lives on there; Rome is permeated through and through
    • through this inward deepening and whose souls have long lived apart
    • Jesus”; we live entirely in the moment here portrayed. We are
    • it, before or afterwards; we live wholly in the relationship of the
    • in Italy were extraordinarily uninfluenced by what lived in Greek Philosophy
    • not know that it would live and flow onwards like a river that sometimes
    • course of evolution and that the soul of man through successive lives will
    • lived on.” This desire for “reincarnation”
    • made. The influence of the originals live on, even in the reproductions.
    • will live on in the outer course of human evolution and inwardly in
    • the success of lives of the spirit of man, destroying ever mightier
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    • us to stand alone among the human beings with whom he lives; as the
    • we do not succeed in getting at what lives and creates there, especially
    • examples of how the members of a race actually live before us in the
    • and spiritually to higher super-sensible powers which worked and lived
    • a different humanity, in whom the super-sensible lived. Achilles is absolutely
    • one belonging to the ancient humanity who lived in a time which lies
    • unfit for his present time. The men of ancient time could thus live
    • unconscious, so that man as he lives in the present day in the age of
    • body, so that man, when he is independent of his body lives not in an
    • first place, we live in such connection with our soul that in it we
    • what our intellect can comprehend; we live with our souls in our physical
    • body. In so far as our soul lives in the physical body, in occult science
    • the etheric body. The soul so lives in the etheric body that it certainly
    • was primitive; but in the primitive lived the perception of what stands
    • continue to live in the universal human; so truly will everything which
    • always furnish the proof that the universal-human will continue to live
    • man, therefore the individualities of the nations live so strongly in
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    • us to stand alone among the human beings with whom he lives; as the
    • we do not succeed in getting at what lives and creates there, especially
    • examples of how the members of a race actually live before us in the
    • and spiritually to higher super-sensible powers which worked and lived
    • a different humanity, in whom the super-sensible lived. Achilles is absolutely
    • one belonging to the ancient humanity who lived in a time which lies
    • unfit for his present time. The men of ancient time could thus live
    • unconscious, so that man as he lives in the present day in the age of
    • body, so that man, when he is independent of his body lives not in an
    • first place, we live in such connection with our soul that in it we
    • what our intellect can comprehend; we live with our souls in our physical
    • body. In so far as our soul lives in the physical body, in occult science
    • the etheric body. The soul so lives in the etheric body that it certainly
    • was primitive; but in the primitive lived the perception of what stands
    • continue to live in the universal human; so truly will everything which
    • always furnish the proof that the universal-human will continue to live
    • man, therefore the individualities of the nations live so strongly in
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    • They withdraw into the interior of the earth and live there among the
    • the year; all that lives in the sprouting of the seed-forces, the
    • enrich it so that we do not live sourly — one might say —
    • man lives with the summer sun and its effects, he experiences a
    • understood — we must celebrate that which lives
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    • by the cosmos, to be one. In such old customs there lives
    • Imagination at Christmas-time — a picture we can live
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    • Earth is given over to the cosmos, lives with the cosmos. And in
    • although they live within the material Earth — are transported
    • sensitive and can really live with the course of events in the cosmos
    • principle, the great world-therapy, which lives in the
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    • fruits with the plant, enters into everything that lives and has its
    • What is it that lives and works there, silver-gleaming in the blue of
    • one the feeling that cosmic Intelligence is alive everywhere —
    • the intelligence not of single beings but of many beings who live
    • alchemy into the cosmic gold which lives and weaves in the heights.
    • Mysteries of the Heights lives and weaves in these Mysteries of the
    • however, lives in a certain sense as an
    • the Mysteries of their conjunction. He lives in the Mysteries
    • Live in the earth's sustaining, and in the form-giving breathing,
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    • each in the other works and lives!
    • his forces penetrate up through the Earth and live in all that comes
    • each in the other works and lives
    • each in the other works and lives!
    • lived at a time when twilight was falling over the knowledge of this
    • can be relived as an inner experience, so these truths remain
    • existence, for example. Between death and a new birth he lives in a
    • each in the other works and lives
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    • aside and look only at the single figure of Aristotle who lived
    • of their very souls, had lived hitherto with quite different
    • earthly lives.
    • he may imagine that he himself once lived as an ape in some
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    • until now had lived in extraordinary simplicity, a few of whom
    • remembrance of another moment in their lives, the moment that
    • lived through it all but only now did they become
    • had lived through between the time of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • and which now, at Pentecost, became alive in them for the first
    • the Mystery of Golgotha they had actually lived through
    • something of what lives within me when I speak of the mysteries
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    • lived less as pictures and more — if I may put it so
    • quickening they now worked on. What lived within them was the
    • the human being lives through a spiritual life. From the event
    • live, henceforward, in communion with the souls of men.
    • the Form which enabled Him to live in communion with human
    • personality initiated in the Mysteries, had lived through
    • During his Initiation the Sun-Hero lived in communion
    • Sun, as the ordinary human being lives on the earth as his own
    • in the Jordan, a Spirit came down to the earth and lived
    • the Baptism in the Jordan had lived in conditions of
    • does it mean — that this Spirit had lived in conditions
    • Spirit who lived through this period on the earth without any
    • For three years He lived through experiences on the earth
    • the light of the knowledge that a life was once lived on earth
    • disciples to the Mount of Olives where He — the Christ
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    • soul, from the Bath-Kol. To put it shortly, a lively exchange
    • full fruition, then all human beings would have to live the
    • deep impression upon him, he lived the Essene life as a
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    • ponder what lived in this soul after the significant
    • heart that had characterised his life. As a boy he had lived
    • twelfth year, he had lived in the most intimate communion with
    • secret doctrine and with men whose lives were dedicated to this
    • of Nazareth — although the good old Hillel [Hillel lived
    • men are no longer able to live in communion with the Mysteries,
    • they themselves may live in blessedness. These words
    • discern all the wisdom that had been alive within him since his
    • had laid as it were into the heart of the mother what had lived
    • within a human body, a Being who until now had never lived in a
    • delivered into the power of Ahriman and Lucifer that the Christ
    • Divine power! Then said the Christ Being: Men do not live by
    • yet lived in the world of men. There below, in the human world,
    • Christ Spirit had united with all that had been alive in Him
    • their own hearts and souls had warmed when He had lived under
    • He transposed into: “But deliver us,” and the first
    • our contemporaries are alive to this inner untruthfulness.
    • we must be alive to how and where we stand in the world to-day,
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    • who lives in spiritual science with every fibre of his soul, such a
    • in which they themselves live. To be able to relate oneself in this
    • of those who have gone from us there lives in their souls the most
    • with the fact that the human soul goes through repeated lives on
    • death, has passed through many lives, and can hope for other lives in
    • series of successive lives, we shall have a more comprehensive
    • indicate later on, which lives in the depths of the human soul, but
    • about it earlier in our lives. If we pass through life in such a way,
    • we retain this quality we have made poor use of our lives. We have
    • thought, in feeling and perception to live in accordance with wisdom,
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon and have come into our lives as a heritage,
    • harvest from his earlier incarnations. Because we can live in wisdom
    • in this incarnation, but will live too in the next incarnation,
    • form. Here the soul is absorbed into bodily desire, and we live
    • passions intoxicate us, and we are content to live in a dreaming,
    • weary. If we begin in the early morning to live with our brain, then
    • we use as a child when we raise ourselves up from crawling, lives in
    • others. That is what all-comprehending Justice means. To live in
    • temperance and expressing them in our lives, do we provide for
    • many earthly lives. Before Giordano Bruno men believed that there was
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    • who lives in spiritual science with every fibre of his soul, such a
    • in which they themselves live. To be able to relate oneself in this
    • of those who have gone from us there lives in their souls the most
    • with the fact that the human soul goes through repeated lives on
    • death, has passed through many lives, and can hope for other lives in
    • series of successive lives, we shall have a more comprehensive
    • indicate later on, which lives in the depths of the human soul, but
    • about it earlier in our lives. If we pass through life in such a way,
    • we retain this quality we have made poor use of our lives. We have
    • thought, in feeling and perception to live in accordance with wisdom,
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon and have come into our lives as a heritage,
    • harvest from his earlier incarnations. Because we can live in wisdom
    • in this incarnation, but will live too in the next incarnation,
    • form. Here the soul is absorbed into bodily desire, and we live
    • passions intoxicate us, and we are content to live in a dreaming,
    • weary. If we begin in the early morning to live with our brain, then
    • we use as a child when we raise ourselves up from crawling, lives in
    • others. That is what all-comprehending Justice means. To live in
    • temperance and expressing them in our lives, do we provide for
    • many earthly lives. Before Giordano Bruno men believed that there was
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    • which are translated into English, Rudolf Steiner delivered
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    • Eastern civilization. They lived with what moves and
    • lives in the respiratory rhythm, just as he moved
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    • many years lived and worked here in Vienna, and who will never
    • creative way we learn to live without the body. And in doing so
    • previously lived has changed. So too, anyone whose
    • so, we come to earlier lives on earth, in which were
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    • with the spirit of the age in which they live, is more or less
    • organize their lives in a conscious manner. Instinctive living
    • In our education, we live almost entirely by absorbing these
    • thought live on the waves of words, but where also it was man's
    • everywhere old ones live on. The vital element in our time is
    • that will have lively imaginal thinking as I have described it
    • who live between the two must allow the world of the senses to
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    • created everything with devoted love. Love lives in each of its
    • lives: an experience of the outside world. We have entered into
    • activity. We live in conjunction with the data of the outside
    • the times when we lived as spiritual beings in purely spiritual
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    • impulses and religious forces. They live within us, in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • And this was only natural, because we nowadays live in a
    • relation to something that is not only alive, but must also
    • other configurations of the social structure. And since we live
    • below the age of twenty, lives fully within the
    • transmits vital concepts that will live on with the child as
    • someone who lives in a different social constellation.
    • society. And this was delivered in a manner that was fired, I
    • can live by choice, free of the body, in the spiritual
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    • change throughout the world, there live within them human
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • art-historian Herman Grimm, who did not live to experience the
    • primary. The man who is to live in it is regarded as secondary.
    • self. It was theirs by nature. Though they lived in groups,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • these primitive people lived in simple circumstances, and
    • sovereign everywhere. And today we live in a period that
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    • not with any lively and practical awareness of the social
    • present; the elemental forces that live in man must revolt
    • lives a certain formalized element of social thinking.
    • People tried increasingly to run their lives by means of
    • they will draw up ideal programmes. We live — or
    • did live at least, for some attempt is being made to escape
    • men to live in. And that is what really matters.
    • thinker who lives only in abstractions are divorced from real
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • to up-build us when we live within the nerves extending to our senses.
    • in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood. When
    • a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he experiences
    • This clairvoyance, which arises through learning to live inwardly in
    • they can still live with the after-pleasure of eating and drinking;
    • lives in a cyclic, rhythmic movement. And the materialistic age, because
    • are then suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • the physical body, they still lived with this physical body in the way
    • of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the physical and
    • That which lives within
    • which lives in spiritual science into your Hearts. For the salvation
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • to up-build us when we live within the nerves extending to our senses.
    • in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood. When
    • a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he experiences
    • This clairvoyance, which arises through learning to live inwardly in
    • they can still live with the after-pleasure of eating and drinking;
    • lives in a cyclic, rhythmic movement. And the materialistic age, because
    • are then suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • the physical body, they still lived with this physical body in the way
    • of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the physical and
    • That which lives within
    • which lives in spiritual science into your Hearts. For the salvation
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • Inspirations destined to up-build us when we live within the nerves
    • is in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood.
    • When a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he
    • learning to live inwardly in ones nerves and blood — to feel
    • coarser, let us say more selfish enjoyment; they can still live with
    • But in such things, man lives in a cyclic,
    • suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • physical body, they still lived with this physical body in the way
    • paths of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the
    • That which lives within and is capable
    • lives in spiritual science into your hearts. For the salvation of
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • Inspirations destined to up-build us when we live within the nerves
    • is in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood.
    • When a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he
    • learning to live inwardly in ones nerves and blood — to feel
    • coarser, let us say more selfish enjoyment; they can still live with
    • But in such things, man lives in a cyclic,
    • suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • physical body, they still lived with this physical body in the way
    • paths of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the
    • That which lives within and is capable
    • lives in spiritual science into your hearts. For the salvation of
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    • lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian era. We will
    • see from the dotes I have quoted, he lived in the twilight of
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • world-conception one must always say: A cum who lives at a
    • there still lived in human beings something of an echo of the
    • lived from 1766 to 1825. Another is a pupil of Saint-Simon,
    • Auguste Comte. who lived from 1798 to 1857. If we have
    • clear idea of what lived in Auguste Comte, as also in a certain
    • extraordinary contrast to Auguste Comte is Schelling; who lived
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    • lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian era. We will
    • see from the dotes I have quoted, he lived in the twilight of
    • Descartes again took up that point; he lived from 1596 to 1650,
    • world-conception one must always say: A cum who lives at a
    • there still lived in human beings something of an echo of the
    • lived from 1766 to 1825. Another is a pupil of Saint-Simon,
    • Auguste Comte. who lived from 1798 to 1857. If we have
    • clear idea of what lived in Auguste Comte, as also in a certain
    • extraordinary contrast to Auguste Comte is Schelling; who lived
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • In all this we will have to discern the social question being lived out.
    • sense, it is his duty and obligation to let something live in
    • live. We all have an idea of what food and clothing we need. A
    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • out of work, whose means of livelihood are insufficient,
    • soul has taken up lives on in the soul and emerges in a
    • lived in these or those outer conditions. Thus speaks, for
    • our soul. We create the social conditions! And what will live
    • scientists. One that can tell what lives in the soul and then
    • “That's it—we want to live under these conditions,” then
    • entire national economy today lives under false premises.
    • away. Also, the government councilor who doesn't live in gray
    • able to live again in these human souls. And the way the one
    • which humanity will live. In short, here is a national
    • economist whose works you can read and who lived in the first
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    • In all this we will have to discern the social question being lived out.
    • sense, it is his duty and obligation to let something live in
    • live. We all have an idea of what food and clothing we need. A
    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • out of work, whose means of livelihood are insufficient,
    • soul has taken up lives on in the soul and emerges in a
    • lived in these or those outer conditions. Thus speaks, for
    • our soul. We create the social conditions! And what will live
    • scientists. One that can tell what lives in the soul and then
    • “That's it—we want to live under these conditions,” then
    • entire national economy today lives under false premises.
    • away. Also, the government councilor who doesn't live in gray
    • able to live again in these human souls. And the way the one
    • which humanity will live. In short, here is a national
    • economist whose works you can read and who lived in the first
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    • power of our lives. At that time there passed through our minds
    • this culture crystallised, moulded, made to live in forms.
    • there lived in this Greek, more or less consciously, just that
    • the wonderful statics of Greek architecture; it lives in that
    • understanding of the world. The Greek wished to live in the
    • consummation in Dürer and Holbein. For the soul that lives
    • in Gothic architecture lives also in Dürer and
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • old philosophies are hunted out; old ideas are to live
    • degree of vitality at which they can live themselves out in
    • age. But he understands from history that he lives in a time
    • souls an honest, genuine will is alive; and this honest,
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    • power of our lives. At that time there passed through our minds
    • this culture crystallised, moulded, made to live in forms.
    • there lived in this Greek, more or less consciously, just that
    • the wonderful statics of Greek architecture; it lives in that
    • understanding of the world. The Greek wished to live in the
    • consummation in Dürer and Holbein. For the soul that lives
    • in Gothic architecture lives also in Dürer and
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • old philosophies are hunted out; old ideas are to live
    • degree of vitality at which they can live themselves out in
    • age. But he understands from history that he lives in a time
    • souls an honest, genuine will is alive; and this honest,
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • a psychologist who lived in the twenties of
    • ‘Lord Jesus, come and be our Guest.’ The picture lives not only in
    • something which not merely lives in the human spirit, but at the
    • Now to the scenes. A Ferryman lives by a River and to him
    • lives,’ answers the Snake.
    • where the four Kings live and there enters the Old Man with the
    • killing everything that lives, and restoring to life everything
    • decides to sacrifice herself, the Youth becomes alive again, though
    • remember was until now alive, but not spiritualized.
    • lived or wished to live.’
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    • What lives in the Will-o'-the-Wisps, when worked out in
    • not merely lives in the conceptions, but applies them to life and
    • side of the River. On the other side lives the Beautiful Lily, the
    • the essence of things, when you no longer live in the illusion that,
    • so clear to him that a man can live, even in the physical body, in a
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    • thought of Goethe's life at this point of time — for he lived
    • things, proceeding from an ancient wisdom which had lived in human
    • character who had lived in the first half of the sixteenth century.
    • It is related that Faust lived in the first half of the
    • centuries, when studious lives were led, we find a great
    • When Faust lived this time had passed. Ideas then became dry and
    • path given them through religion. Faust lived during this time in
    • these words, but a shade of that feeling already lived in his soul,
    • life. What ‘flows in life and lives and weaves in action's
    • this Luciferic principle, he was delivered up to another principle.
    • thing works and lives in another’ as heavenly powers rise and
    •  If they still live, in other lands are scattered.’
    • of existence, and how that which lives in the soul can rise up to
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture IV
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    • the mask, descend from the Kothurni and deliver a kind of Epilogue.
    • put we now see how the consciousness gradually lives upward from
    • live in continuous activity. He must be taken away to those
    • live as man.
    • lives and moves completely in the spiritual world. But because he
    • knows that they live in the spiritual world. And we see how Faust
    • rising ground, in which lives an old couple, Philemon and Baucis.
    • lives’ himself into the spiritual world. There was
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • you from real instances how man lived in the East, let us say,
    • — ‘What lives as the memory of an experience is present
    • find that he did not live in such a way as to say: ‘I have in
    • light; and in a certain sense, we can say: ‘The Sun lives in
    • which he lived as of peculiar importance. An ancient Eastern
    • Thus if an ancient Oriental lived, for example, on Indian soil,
    • not only was the soil on which he lived something important,
    • times as that which lived in his head.
    • he was able to say: ‘Here in my head lives the Earth. When I go
    • live, just as we feel whether we love a man or meet him with
    • Again, we say to-day: I will walk. We know that our will lives
    • have a picture of what lives in the Earth's environment. In
    • the Earth bears to the stars that live far out there in cosmic
    • came back to the place, he lived through the event over again
    • strongly developed rhythmic memory. There rhythm lived. The
    • memory, — a land where man lived not only as experiencing
    • of that mighty rhythm that once lived in the experience of man.
    • word — of Western Asia. In all these live the echoes of
    • lived completely with the Earth; in his connection with the
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    • of man's inner life. What lived in man's mind and soul lived
    • Whole. The man of the present day lives, let us say, in town or
    • surrounded by woods, rivers and mountains; or, if he lives in
    • ancient time would say: I live with the mountains, I live with
    • the rivers; but I live also with the elemental beings of the
    • mountains and of the rivers. I live in the physical realm, but
    • realm. Man lived in it. But he pictured to himself that where
    • now comes the fourth realm where human beings live, the realm
    • lowest spirit realm, in which he, as human being, lived. You
    • of the Angels, Archangels and Archai and live among them. The
    • soul sets itself free from the organism and lives among the
    • knew at the same time that whereas they lived in Asia with
    • lives in the whole planetary system belonging to the Earth.
    • region where an older people lived, a people which had in some
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • able to say: In me live the Gods. And he looked upon his Ego,
    • in the Epic — there lived a man who belonged to the conquering
    • development, — two personalities who still lived in such
    • that lived on the Earth required for its own genesis the forces
    • over the Earth, and how everything also lived in it. They saw
    • this. He felt one with the whole Earth. He lived in that which
    • lived too in that which was developing on Earth as animal, in
    • of life-experience and that lived in them as an echo from their
    • [Heraclitus of Ephesus, Greek philosopher. He lived
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch and then lived together at the time of
    • thereby in a sense establishing their souls, now lived again
    • so problematically in these two personalities, whose lives took
  • 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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    • have shown you how these personalities lived in the ancient
    • they said to themselves: If Truth is not, well then we live
    • — we must live — in error, in untruth. For a man to
    • human feeling. For unless one has learned what it means to live
    • everywhere in life, the pupil lived his way into the Cosmic
    • picture of what lives and weaves in human speech was taken as
    • lived the microcosmic echo of what had once been macrocosmic.
    • Thus did the pupil live his way into the Cosmos, by learning to
    • Burgenland now is. What he experienced there lived in his soul
    • Heraclitus also lived and where so much of the old Reality was
    • shall have to see how Alexander the Great and Aristotle lived
    • watery, airy and fiery elements that live outside the human
    • being in the world around him live also within the human being
    • microcosm. He learned how in the bones of the human being lives
    • fluids and humours in him lives the watery element. The airy
    • fiery element lives in the thoughts of man. Alexander had still
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • Ephesus. There was still alive in men of that time a vision and
    • soul feelings and experiences that once lived in it. Those who
    • These Mysteries had lived in him, lived in him after a very
    • historian, lived in the fifth century B.C.
    • Ephesus, for this majestic document of knowledge lived with
    • now you must bring all this that was alive in the soul of
    • saviour and deliverer from the spiritual fetters that have
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • Cosmos. And all this that lived in his soul was true, ‘own’
    • pupils in the Ephesian Mysteries lived with time. They
    • our own time, lives his life on Earth entirely outside the
    • spiritual world, lives in concepts and ideas, in mere
    • although most men are not at all alive to the fact, another
    • lived in the man Jesus of Nazareth. A few there were, a few
    • his writings on logic and philosophy. These lived on, and found
    • [Alchemist and Benedictine monk, lived from 1413
    • Europe. In the Cloisters of the Middle Ages lived a true
    • because he no longer lives and works in them. Until the 19th
    • that speaking lives as intensely in the whole human being as do
    • the movements of the gymnast, but it lives in a great part of
    • what lives in speech). The rhetorician steps into the place of
    • Crusaders. This Aristotelian wisdom lived on, scattered far and
    • the year that has intervened. But in this memory must live the
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • Spiritual Soul. For we live in an age when the evolution of the
    • men were keenly alive to the difference between such metals as
    • lived, who belonged to medieval times, — to the 9th,
    • delivering, for purposes of reproduction, such albumenous
    • his relation with the great world is concerned; he lives
    • at the liver, for example, or the lungs: you will only
    • liver, you have a liver in which processes of Nature take
    • place. And if you have a liver in which there is an abscess,
    • you have also a liver in which processes of Nature take place.
    • you have an abscess on the liver, you will only be able to
    • liver than it should. What you have to do is to drive out of
    • the liver the astral body, which has taken possession there too
    • mineral of external Nature. So long as we are alive on the
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • too in that which lives in our own inmost selves, — these
    • of the Gods lives and moves upon Earth. For the instructions of
    • you live and move in the fluid element, you belong not to the
    • Earth but to this Hierarchy. And as you live and move in
    • such Rosicrucian masters lived were prepared before-hand in a
    • is linked with this word. We live in a time when man has to
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • into the physical world and to live there as a practical,
    • live devoid of ideas, in instincts only. You Westerners have
    • Thou livest in the Limbs
    • Thou wilt truly live.
    • Thou livest in the beat of Heart and Lung
    • Thou livest in the resting Head
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    • Heraclitus: Heraclitus of Ephesus, Greek philosopher. He lived
    • of Halicarnassos, the first Greek historian, lived in the fifth
    • Basil Valentine: Alchemist and Benedictine monk, lived
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    • needed here, that a person lived in this dream-world, that he
    • the human being lives also in his will, for it is
    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • thinking and representation, a notable aliveness is developed,
    • an aliveness which one must first come to know before an
    • try to make the thinking inwardly very active, very much alive,
    • live it here on earth. The illusion of that ego which exists
    • same way that we live among the creatures of nature and human
    • ego, lives in the spiritual world in conformity with the
    • to turn this way or that in life, or to live in one way or
    • we have woven for ourselves out of earlier earth-lives, out of
    • Goethean mode of observation the thought is so alive that one
    • was spoken from the podium was the kernel which lived within.
    • might say, all that lived in the forms, all that may ever have
    • could always bring it alive again in recollection. But the
    • Anthroposophy feels alive, even though it has lost its Dornach
    • who lives in this way in the spirit feels no less the pain
  • Title: Purpose of the Goetheanum and Anthroposophy
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    • needed here, that a person lived in this dream-world, that he
    • the human being lives also in his will, for it is
    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • thinking and representation, a notable aliveness is developed,
    • an aliveness which one must first come to know before an
    • try to make the thinking inwardly very active, very much alive,
    • live it here on earth. The illusion of that ego which exists
    • same way that we live among the creatures of nature and human
    • ego, lives in the spiritual world in conformity with the
    • to turn this way or that in life, or to live in one way or
    • we have woven for ourselves out of earlier earth-lives, out of
    • Goethean mode of observation the thought is so alive that one
    • was spoken from the podium was the kernel which lived within.
    • might say, all that lived in the forms, all that may ever have
    • could always bring it alive again in recollection. But the
    • Anthroposophy feels alive, even though it has lost its Dornach
    • who lives in this way in the spirit feels no less the pain
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    • to feel that what lives as astral body and ego, lives in free
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth which lived then, if
    • to another very dominant English philosopher, Bentham, who lived
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • to feel that what lives as astral body and ego, lives in free
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth which lived then, if
    • to another very dominant English philosopher, Bentham, who lived
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    • alive, and the more conscious we become the more do we insert
    • winter time. In order in winter to live with the earth in the
    • we live in it because the cosmos enters into relation with
    • forces and in them all that is spiritually alive. Hence it is
    • individualities built up from a unity that is alive, but a
    • dear friends, be alive to the various sources of perversion
    • we live in an age in which we must be clear that what
    • nature is witness to this We live with the Christ, and feel
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    • alive, and the more conscious we become the more do we insert
    • winter time. In order in winter to live with the earth in the
    • we live in it because the cosmos enters into relation with
    • forces and in them all that is spiritually alive. Hence it is
    • individualities built up from a unity that is alive, but a
    • dear friends, be alive to the various sources of perversion
    • we live in an age in which we must be clear that what
    • nature is witness to this We live with the Christ, and feel
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    • less will humanity be able to live, without their soul-life
    • to live into spiritual science objectively; otherwise we can
    • digest correctly, you live with your spiritual-psychic nature
    • spiritual world in which we live just as we live in the
    • archai, it must be the same, we must live in our thoughts in
    • ourselves to live with our heads in the higher Hierarchies.
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    • less will humanity be able to live, without their soul-life
    • to live into spiritual science objectively; otherwise we can
    • digest correctly, you live with your spiritual-psychic nature
    • spiritual world in which we live just as we live in the
    • archai, it must be the same, we must live in our thoughts in
    • ourselves to live with our heads in the higher Hierarchies.
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    • mischief in the world. An apathetic person only lives in
    • thing is for us to keep our eyes open, and be alive to all
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very
    • intentionally direct their lives in the way we have just
    • further. As we shall live for the remainder of the
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    • mischief in the world. An apathetic person only lives in
    • thing is for us to keep our eyes open, and be alive to all
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very
    • intentionally direct their lives in the way we have just
    • further. As we shall live for the remainder of the
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Contents
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • of life in relation to repeated earthly lives. Aspects of man's
    • impulses and impulses from previous earthly lives. John Stuart Mill
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • his lectures, which were always delivered in loose form from a
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • possible effect on our lives. This, however, must be attributed
    • is hard to prove that we live in the best of all worlds, it is
    • certain to the scientist, at least, that today we humans live
    • his mode of being relates to the age in which he lives. This
    • lived in a region where certain territories had, to a high
    • important, but he did not live in a large state. No great
    • all-encompassing conformity spread over the area where he lived
    • standing alive in the midst of it, to see reflected in a human
    • such a way that the whole period became alive through this man.
    • people with their various interests lived. But they often had
    • under foot have sacrificed their lives to this walk of mine!”
    • sense, live within himself in polaric contrasts. He went through
    • disguises, and this Goethe also really lived artistically. We
    • the upward vision of Faust was already alive in this version.
    • what was spiritually alive in plants. He wished to hold the
    • Goethe lived in Weimar for about ten years and then could no
    • to deliver his discourse
    • delivered his discourse on
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • this orientation of the mind to what lives and weaves as spirit
    • their lives were different, of course, but that in their
    • discover that there lives in him a powerful revolutionary mood,
    • he lived to an advanced age. What enabled him to live so long?
    • thing. Such a person simply lives in direct contact with the
    • the etheric Goethe who lived in him, who remained united in
    • who lived to be ninety-one; only seven
    • Aeschylus no longer exist. Poets lived in Greek times whose
    • order to understand the world. But how much is alive, even in
    • such a phenomenon — to completely feel what is already alive
    • that something lived in Goethe that consumed him; he couldn't
    • them in those early years, but to continue to live thus was no
    • You lead the hosts of all that is alive
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • This is so even when we take into consideration repeated lives
    • be drawn from the difference between these individual lives and
    • the lives of these preeminent persons?
    • or lesser degree, we live during sleep, as regards our ego, in
    • He was able to sense this because what lived mysteriously in
    • and purely spiritual influences. He became aware of what lives
    • other side of our lives. This is an actual reality; the
    • history! As a matter of fact, Schiller did deliver interesting
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • that they became sensitive and receptive to what was alive in
    • Egypto-Babylonian culture period something still lived and wove
    • evolution; they represent, therefore, what works and lives in
    • pursue vocational lives, something develops on earth within
    • lives; in a way, they must surrender like automatons to their
    • reproductions of their vocations and how their vocational lives
    • influence their soul lives, specializing them. This does not
    • apply to the majority of those who live today within our
    • if the subject is related intimately to their lives. Spiritual
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • external factors to have a bearing on their lives, and other
    • expression — down into her soul. She lives on and fourteen
    • repeated lives on earth. Yet the psychoanalysts attempt to
    • the total human life that passes through repeated lives on
    • lived with others in previous incarnations. By this I mean how
    • work further, of course, through the following lives, and meets
    • be traced back, in turn, to our relationships in earlier lives.
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • order a large cake for her.” This was delivered early the next
    • down below on the steps that he had to deliver to her. Well,
    • she put on her dressing gown and he delivered her husband to
    • am speaking is no longer alive — he produced a very
    • person lived in the same environment as the man whom I have
    • way or another since it is impossible for people simply to live
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • its mind to a recognition of repeated earth lives and the
    • of my lecture delivered a short time ago in Liestal,
    • that the human being lives through in the spiritual world
    • culture can decide to reckon with repeated earthly lives,
    • knows the laws that are connected with repeated earthly lives
    • — to ascend to an understanding of repeated earthly lives and
    • standpoint of repeated earthly lives. Because of their failure
    • to accept repeated earthly lives, they contributed much toward
    • earthly lives into account. He could admit such knowledge as we
    • that is to live within our movement, by the constantly repeated
    • I went to this city to deliver some lectures, having been called
    • the sixties and seventies, if what then lived in Blavatsky
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • through repeated earthly lives, the destiny of man, which is
    • through the examples of individual lives if we view them
    • correctly in the light of repeated earthly lives.
    • Thus, he never officially married but lived, as his
    • requirement was that he deliver lectures on the occasions when
    • is precisely with significant, distinguished human lives that
    • into consideration the teaching of repeated earthly lives. In
    • the great law of repeated earthly lives.
    • most nearly approach the human being live in veritable
    • the city in which I now live — in order to begin my
    • nature. I did not have such a stock to live on. No pious
    • still be able to live with materialism because it lives under
    • succeeding time I lived entirely without scruple. And just
    • attain to beauty. They lived in it from the beginning. But we
    • is a question we must study: what lives at first in the thought
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • whatever between himself and the Godhead, but to live in the
    • forces for the entire temporal epoch; they are what lives as
    • spirit in a temporal epoch. We live today in a different
    • earthly lives.
    • and direct man's repeated earthly lives. But the modern
    • individual through repeated earthly lives. Let us grasp the
    • important statement because a man really lives in an untruth
    • lives in a nebulous conception; that is, an inner illusion, an
    • what a person develops in conscious life, but much that lives
    • live in what human beings said to one another. As evolution has
    • find the way to make Christ live in their souls. The Christ is
    • saying in connection with repeated earthly lives, as we wish to
    • into the worlds in which human beings live between death and a
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
    • their lives. At these times, in a state of consciousness
    • ego, as it lives here between birth and death, was born for
    • this. Humanity lives in maya, something that is not the real
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • since we live after the Mystery of Golgotha, the human being in
    • person is in this state, however, there lives in him what
    • we do not drive out the demons through what lives in our souls
    • materialism even if they don't admit it — or whose lives are
    • the book that deals with the experiences of Sir Oliver Lodge.
    • naturalist Sir Oliver Lodge, has written a book
    • the present time. We know, of course, that Sir Oliver professed
    • Oliver Lodge had a son by the name of Raymond who was born in
    • service while Sir Oliver and his wife were in Australia. In
    • Oliver received a message from an American medium, a Mrs.
    • poem by Horace. To repeat, Sir Oliver was notified by an
    • protect and support Sir Oliver Lodge during a difficult event
    • of which he, Sir Oliver, would be a part and thus work toward
    • only that Myers would help Sir Oliver during a difficult
    • when Sir Oliver's son Raymond was killed in action in September
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
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    • can be determined by rhythms and cycles that are a result of earlier lives.
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    • at last to see that it is not a matter simply of delivering
    • Before the Mystery of Golgotha men lived with the heavens,
    • can now live on with the seed of man into eternity.
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    • cultures repeated lives on earth treated as a fact. This is
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    • And if the soul-life were not actually alive in the holes of
    • never reach our consciousness. But it lives in the holes of
    • this physical man consists of lungs, heart, liver, gall and
    • intermingled with one another live the cosmic thoughts of the
    • ascending from what lives externally in Maya to the
    • are not talking of what lives in man between death and a new
    • birth. For as here we live with animals, plants and minerals,
    • between death and a new birth we live with the kingdoms of
    • that lived deeply in the Roman nature as concepts of rights,
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • delivery,’ and succeeded so well at that time as to get
    • ‘for future delivery.’ Now let us suppose that a
    • delivery’ in stock of this kind, in order to sell it
    • ‘for future delivery’ in the same stock. Suppose
    • a very wide extent under obligations to deliver stock of this
    • delivery, they had succeeded on the American side in screwing
    • a moral defect. But the way people live, that is, what
    • for the actual, full-lived up-building of life; and therefore
    • have transactions between live people, and what is produced
    • will be the proceeds of this kind of transaction between live
    • contributes to the possibilities of livelihood.” But in
    • employed in delivering unnecessary picture post-cards, he
    • people in the theosophical movement — “Man lives
    • recurrent lives on earth.” But the materialistic
    • something of that kind alone which can really live and
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    • as this, if I do not deliver a regular lecture, but begin
    • utterly wrong end. I delivered a lecture recently on the idea
    • to deliver the public lectures in the style I did yesterday,
    • that lives in the transaction of money. And so it was
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Introduction
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    • until his death in 1925, he delivered well over 6000 lectures
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • knowledge of what works and lives in the human being, their
    • furtherance of a real knowledge of what lives in man as
    • at least part of what lives in our ordinary consciousness, but
    • sought to establish what lives in the human soul, what really
    • to grasp with its spiritual eye the spirit that lives in
    • — in eliminating the past we have lived through, and the
    • the soul, and in fact, we can live in such imaginations. It is
    • pictures. The latter is overcome, so that although we live in
    • ordinary human being like anyone else. He naturally lives
    • the life that we lived before entering the body given to us by
    • spiritual life that we have lived. Now through the thinking
    • life that we live here in a physical body is the continuation
    • lives unconsciously in us, bearing us into immortality
    • lives in the human organization as unconscious imagination and
    • intuitive thinking, that flows as inspiration into our lives.
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    • history. Although they lived not so far from each other, their
    • this time. Until then, human beings had lived an existence
    • that those who live in the east, the New Englanders, do not
    • history really only begins when those who lived in the east
    • It lived in him in a wonderfully comprehensive way. On one hand
    • to learn. For however much our age imagines it lives in
    • his words in the spirit in which it lives in him. Nevertheless,
    • personality is possessed by what lives below the
    • awake two thirds of our lives and are asleep one third. These
    • live today. And what we have to study, and what can be observed
    • in the people who live in the east of Europe. Today it is
    • course of our lives and makes us into complete and living human
    • idea of previous lives on earth and a justified prospect of
    • future lives on earth. I can only touch upon this for there is
    • lives through the various cultures of the earth and he bears
    • from the previous epoch in which he once lived, and in which
    • dream of history consists of, how human souls that live in each
    • do not remember their previous lives. This is the same as
    • earlier lives has first to be gained through the kind of
    • lived here, Karl Christian Planck. I referred to him at that
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    • thinking. Then we observe that something lives in this thinking
    • main thing, for our everyday lives at least, to make
    • ordinary lives. In carrying out the same task every day we
    • become more skilled, our hands become more alive so that we not
    • themselves vanish and he lives entirely within his
    • grasped this point where we live solely within our inner
    • be alive. They do not appear as they normally do in our memory,
    • this statue would begin to walk, to live. We would then
    • own lives, then our soul life would, through this inner life of
    • consciousness, can become inwardly alive; in the same way an
    • ordinary lives or we would become quite useless or even worse,
    • aware that we are no longer in that which lives in us, but that
    • that weaves and lives within us. Our first experience of it
    • everyday lives, namely, what lies at the root of our ordinary
    • not at first fit to live in purely spiritual surroundings, is
    • soul, and lives in the soul as its immortal core. In our inner
    • the seed in the flower, which having lived a different life in
    • and lives together with it, and this spirit-man now lives
    • being. The experiences of former lives on earth come into view.
    • their lives like human souls between a spiritual life between
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    • the moment has come in which the soul can live independently in
    • what is meant by the great picture of our lives described here,
    • fantasy, but because this thinking lives in the soul in a
    • back as we can see in our earthly lives.
    • can perceive what lives as eternal being within our soul. It
    • of the soul; we now learn how man can live within the will
    • lives with the thought, which he has strengthened and united
    • the world of soul and spirit, in which the human soul lives
    • abstract thoughts, through which external nature lives on in
    • live on more deeply in our spiritual human being. If we observe
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • needs, new questions arise about the way we live. This also
    • awake, about what lives, even as far as our waking
    • alive in the activity of his imagination and thinking.
    • alive, and by bringing the peace of his consciousness
    • more subtle man lives in us, having a quite different
    • that it is a much more real man than the one that we live in
    • Here he discussed how the spiritual that lives in the soul,
    • hidden, as it were, in the spiritual soul, also lives in
    • of how the spiritual that lives in the soul also permeates and
    • other man that lives in us, and we discover this world of inner
    • then have a qualitative experience of the life that we live in
    • then see what lives in us. Just as we can say that there is
    • something that lives in the plant which, having gone through
    • around us. We live together with spiritual beings, spiritual
    • repeated lives on earth.
    • his own words that I am quoting: “We live today in the
    • “we live today in the best period of time, at least we
    • Can keep his hopes alive on empty terms
    • because the spirit that lives in nature also lives in man, and
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Essay: The Science of Spirit and the Social Question
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    • had left this and lived for a short time in a distant country
    • whose lives are regulated by it. It is not as easy to have an
    • conditions in which men live. Those who represent the first
    • men learn to live properly, their ability and ethical feelings
    • Robert Owen, who lived from 1771 to 1858 and who certainly was
    • himself, but by the conditions in which he lives. What is so
    • conditions come about in which people live. For inasmuch
    • lived before those who flourish or do not flourish under
    • them. The conditions in which we live are created by our fellow
    • work which you have to deliver to the well-to-do delivered
    • lived in conditions which were satisfactory from a moral point
    • “conditions” in which people live, and that the
    • live in them are naturally inclined to maintain them, and when
    • theoretical instruction to those who are to live in such
    • the human being when he lives together with others and has to
    • to have. This spirit of the total community must be alive
    • with the immediate needs of the present in which we live.
    • lives. He can also become aware of how his abilities have not
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    • one time, lived in the feelings of men in the East. But one
    • moral pathos which lives in them and which indeed is the
    • chief essence of these speeches, the ethical will which lives
    • still more evil political mechanism of the West, lives as
    • wisdom of Asia; even though it no longer lives externally in
    • say: What lives there, whether it be in philosophers or
    • between what lives as pathos in the speeches of Tagore, and
    • had previously lived a life which was to Schiller an example
    • Anthroposophy something must live of that Goethe-faith, which
    • is after all, the same element that lives in art; that is,
    • painting, in sculpture, and even in architecture must live
    • question of that, but of seeing what spirit lives in the
    • of the spirit which lives in them.
    • Tirpitz writings compare with what lives in Herman Grimm's
    • that Goethe had lived and had not lived in vain; to him he
  • Title: The Real Being of Man
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    • lived with the between death and rebirth. We then entered
    • perceive what already lives as a Luciferic tendency in many a
    • future lives; one cannot get those beforehand. One can only,
    • life of sense but such a brooding). He can live in a nebulous
    • outflow of Spiritual beings, then I can perceive what lives
    • to present to myself Spiritually what lives on the Earth, I
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • within him as fruits of past earthly lives. We must approach
    • naturally, granted,what lives in mankind today, the
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • within that same Spirit in which he actually lives at
    • compromise after compromise in their lives, just because of
    • be sharply and concisely defined. We live at a time when
    • necessity of bringing to humanity what lives within it. We
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    • we live an inner life. And willing is fashioned from feeling
    • again coming to birth. In every moment in the world, we live
    • man has capabilities of a certain kind; he lives in such and
    • People are really very short-lived, for they get angry with
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • the creative spiritual Beings who should live in our
    • will be nothing left of all that now lives in external Nature
    • creative principle in our time — lives inside the bounds
    • fulfilled, then the words of Christ will live in the
    • skin lives over to the Jupiter stage of evolution, bearing
    • felt. You know that man really lives between two extremes,
    • light. But what lives as light in the sense-perception of the
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    • For we need only to have lived a little with art, we need
    • from enchantment, we then live in Intuitions. In so far as
    • live in art as an artist. In any case a profound study of
    • beings can never live without the superphysical, they will
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • all bodily influences, to live consciously in the spiritual
    • creation, perception of the external world remains alive and
    • soul lives only in immediately present impressions, unmingled
    • the soul with its inner pictures and experiences lives in a
    • is felt to be related with all that lives in the forms
    • lives consciously in this willing can certain experiences in
    • in the state of conscious seership, lives within and is
    • speech lives in three different spheres. There is the sphere
    • instrument enabling a race of men to live in community. What
    • lives in speech, with its manifold forms and nuances of
    • feeling for what lives in speech and is revealed in the
    • produce from within himself what lives in his music? First of
    • lives in space. The scientist speaks of matter, of substance,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • have lived through the period stretching from death to a new birth.
    • error here. The primary purpose of what lives within us in the form
    • to nourish human beings. Knowledge lives within us for another purpose
    • have given you some idea of the significance of all that lives in our
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    • mischief in the world. An apathetic person only lives in
    • thing is for us to keep our eyes open, and be alive to all
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very
    • intentionally direct their lives in the way we have just
    • further. As we shall live for the remainder of the
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    • I may say so — that an immortal being lived within him,
    • This increased more and more, especially for those who lived
    • in which the first great teachers of human evolution lived
    • the super-earthly lives in the earthly, he must develop a much
    • that the force once lived in the human being which gives him an
    • human soul. He lives for the most part in illusions by having a
    • In Nietzsche a quite definite substance lived as thought. This,
    • permit ourselves to live in illusions about these things if we
    • wish to understand them, any more than we can wish to live in
    • on alive, in a certain way. Then it grew sclerotic within the
    • lodges and occult societies do not understand what lives in
    • because in their dead letters much wisdom still lives. Yet it
    • been given to humanity, not through the Christ who lived in the
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    • A lecture delivered in Berlin February 15, 1909
    • The greatest Avatar-Being Who has lived on earth, as you can
    • were still eyewitnesses of the fact that Christ had lived
    • the cross, and that He continues to live. From the 4th or 5th
    • of the Middle Ages. Those people do not live in reality, but in
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    • which we know nothing. However, we would dream our entire lives
    • manner you are finally led to remember. You live in an entirely
    • that the power of memory also lives in thought, only it is a
    • human being can have, his own earth lives suddenly appearing
    • whom we were in former earth lives, who is as strange to us in
    • has lived in former lives on earth, and then passed through the
    • former lives on earth. And we have so risen that we can see the
    • body — that is, recognizing the moment to live through
    • that we then live through as real when we pass through death.
    • repeated earth lives, as indicated at the third level of
    • extends into the stages of existence in the previously-lived
    • will on in the body. As a result we live in the world of space
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    • feeling lives and the waves of will pulsate.
    • through which the Divine-Spiritual lived in art. And out of the beautiful
    • art. Art can be made alive through knowledge born out of religion.
    • lived a lesser manifestation of what he experienced as spirit in utter
    • as an appearance where there lives in shadowy form what he experiences as
    • lives today in the echoes of this lofty spirituality. The eye of his
    • work in this production live in a relationship which corresponds with human
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    • feeling lives and the waves of will pulsate.
    • through which the Divine-Spiritual lived in art. And out of the beautiful
    • art. Art can be made alive through knowledge born out of religion.
    • lived a lesser manifestation of what he experienced as spirit in utter
    • as an appearance where there lives in shadowy form what he experiences as
    • lives today in the echoes of this lofty spirituality. The eye of his
    • work in this production live in a relationship which corresponds with human
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    • occupying the present, who lives not only in the everyday, but has also
    • lifeless products; one also found beings which lived millions of years
    • called Darwinism which says that everything that lives on earth is related
    • the harmony of knowledge and faith in science who do not want to live
    • in struggle against science, but to live with science.
    • movement produced works of basic significance. It not only delivered
    • lived beside imperfect ones in the world. It became also clear why the
    • live in this soul. Then he recognises that not struggle is the quality
    • understand. This is the spiritual sun which lives outside in the spiritual
    • world which lives, however, inside the human being, too.
    • the capacity in themselves to behold this spiritual sun which lives
    • theosophy will deliver not only knowledge, but will also bring about
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture II: The Nature of the Human Being
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    • of the view which lives within the theosophical movement is a common
    • been preserved that core of the world view which has always lived as
    • world or the soul-world in which the average human being lives today,
    • otherwise, it could not live. Also the animal and the human being have
    • being and the animal. Thus we have observed what lives in space.
    • lives inside, what we call the feeling self. The eye has a sensation
    • of the two first soul members as a rule. It lives only in the sentient
    • soul and in the intellectual soul, but it does not yet live in the consciousness-soul.
    • their own lives well consider this point in their life as something
    • He lives them in such a way as he lives digesting and breathing.
    • lives in the second of the three members, the higher one. He cannot
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture III: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • in the fact that the human being lives not only once, but that the life
    • lives that we have made our destiny to us in the past lives. As well
    • as we live now, we create the causes of the destiny which meets us when
    • the fact that the human soul appears and lives on earth not once but
    • of the individual human, then we have to deliver the description of
    • peculiar way how we are able to live out emotionally. As well as performances
    • alive in order to pass these experiences to their offspring.
    • if the human being lived repeatedly, he would remember his former lives.
    • being. I already explained last time that the human being lives in the
    • is aware in the physical world and lives in the worlds of soul and spirit.
    • former lives will gain it later.
    • in the physical and lives only in the astral and the spiritual worlds
    • to the law of karma. An action which I have done in the past lives entails
    • Today the question already arises: what does originate between two lives,
    • look at the human destiny in the time during two lives and want to go
    • become impersonal how to live impersonally how to let prevail the impersonal
    • in himself, he lives from the civilisation involved in the external
    • which the human being learns to live only then if he does not look at
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    • is a realised human thought. The house lives first in the mind of the
    • he saw something living because he himself was alive and can form the
    • of the spirit lives in these old, marvellous documents. However, the
    • of the universe. He looks up to the stars as enlivened beings. He also
    • organic beings which have lived on this earth are descendant of a prototype
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture V: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • had Darwin investigated and delivered to humanity in his theory? The
    • who should deliver the dates how life has developed and should develop
    • and industry blossom, and how the human being must live as a result
    • in the body a soul lives which has nothing to do with the body; but
    • We only need to see it in ourselves, we only need to live it, and then
    • than the external form? It refers only to the outer form how one lives
    • other lives be meaningful? If the personal welfare of the single human
    • concerns the forms in which life only lives. Where do we recognise life?
    • as an ideal from the inside of the soul, from God who lives in it. That
    • a better external livelihood also have a higher morality. All moral
    • spirit lives that has to become the supporter of the future cultural
    • but live with it and learn to understand what is round us. The development
    • also not allowed to misjudge a person who lives among us who wants to
    • to live only unless he looks at the personality but at the eternal and
    • the world, in which his contemporaries live, and has to recognise the
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    • senses knows nothing about these higher worlds. He lives in them; however,
    • He lives in the world of passions, impulses, desires, feelings and wishes,
    • as well as he lives in the physical world. And like the physical eye
    • qualities the soul-life is split. Those who live in the green, blue,
    • What had lived in him as
    • feels sympathy for that which lives in its environment, and, hence,
    • of a wish. It does no longer live only with the senses in the sensuous
    • to that which lives in the own body; where the feeling tends to that
    • the soul is taken away from the scene of the senses, it lives in the
    • which it goes through immediately after death. There it lives in a world
    • without being able to satisfy them. There the soul learns to live without
    • live it. If it stopped this, it learns to regard itself as a soul. The
    • to live in pure love for the environment and in pure love for the colours.
    • the soul lives on, after the human being has cast off the tendency,
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    • who knows how to live in the thought life as the usual human being in
    • land becomes clear to him to a large extent. There it lives out what
    • here the relationship in the physical world signifies. He now lives
    • also lives out freely if he is no longer enclosed in the physical cover
    • of family, lives it out here intensively and will then enter life again
    • life” flowing through everything. The human being freely lives
    • the new reincarnation. He is the grain of mustard seed, which lives
    • the spirit lives from death to a new birth as a seed which prepares
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    • Birth of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music delivers important clues
    • lived on the continent that is now on the ground of the Atlantic. These
    • We have seen how any plant lives in its figure between birth and death,
    • from state to state. However, birth and death live in everything. While
    • we have in ourselves. We deaden what lives in eternal present in us.
    • That lives in Nietzsche. He believed in the art of Richard Wagner, he
    • “new Enlightenment.” He wanted now to inspire and enliven
    • consciousness lives in life and ascends to higher and higher figures.
    • to his mind; however, the mighty urge lived in him for these higher
    • Unless God's own force lived in us,
    • published now from the estate. All that lived in the last time in this
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    • is the case if one was in former lives already on a certain level of
    • for this understanding. This golden rule is: live in such a way, as
    • the big law of fair balance. We get to know it if we live in such a
    • of knowledge. If the pupil allowed such truths to live in him for a
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    • What lives in this body as human consciousness is an after-image of
    • Aristotle, the neo-Platonism, the Christian Gnosticism, they all live
    • free of sensuousness. There he wanted to fathom how nature lives in
    • the lower feeling. But in our world of feelings this eternal lives as
    • then you live in manas. Raise your feeling and sensation up to the eternal,
    • and then you live in buddhi.
    • principle, it lives in buddhi. This means nothing else than a kind of
    • eternal principles of feeling. Who lives in the everyday life can also
    • being experiences Christ, lives with Christ, and participates in Him.
    • If that which lives out
    • the saurians, the ichthyosaurs. They lived in other way than today.
    • this divine-spiritual human being, the desire lives to become a human
    • its cosmic existence, beings remained like a seed which had lived on
    • the wildest impulses, instincts and desires lived. They could not yet
    • speak. These were animal-like figures which lived in a more malleable
    • were beings which lived in a translucent corporeality, partly in very
    • posture, they lived in swimming-floating posture; they had no marrow,
    • sexes. They lived with all that later became plant, mineral, and animal
    • lived. These spiritual human beings waited above, until they could unite
    • still live on as reptiles and when he was already warm-blooded, he repelled
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    • culture in which he lives. A man, young and nice, approaches the boy.
    • which lives in the soul of the mystic, we find the language to describe
    • this archetypal plant lives in no single plant, but in all plant beings.
    • him which lives in every plant being. Only an intuitive beholding can
    • the earth where the green snake lives. This consumes the gold and becomes
    • lily? - The will-o'-the-wisps ask. Oh, it lives on the other bank,
    • from the abysses where the gold lives! What is more marvellous than
    • fire which lives only in warm-blooded animals and in the human being.
    • human being lives in the physical world at first, on this side of the
    • core of the human being lives. In these bodies which surround it like
    • this sympathy lives, the aura appears in bright green hues. Green is
    • devoted striving lives in the soul. Now when it itself has become luminous
    • Unless God's own force lived in us,
    • come from? From the abysses where the gold lives, the snake answers.
    • love but lives in desires and impulses, the disordered will of the human
    • He is able to do this, because the spirit, the self lives in him. The
    • soul has to find the principle which must live in the human soul if
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    • deliver the toll to the river. The woman commits to the river and dives
    • only alive, but is also mind-endowed. Hitherto he followed the old man
    • fore. As long as the pug lived, the lamp could not lead it to God; this
    • sleep, while the transformation takes place; they live over into the
    • All that still lives chaotically
    • the young man should live among people and graze the sheep. The golden
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    • is that which lives today in him only seed, only something dwarfish.
    • once; before our age the Atlanteans and the Lemurians lived et etcetera
    • ideal of true humanity; they should live with the dwarfs in good harmony.
    • Today, humanity lives on
    • soul lives within this physical body. From incarnation to incarnation
    • the human soul lives a life between birth and death again and again
    • appears then within a cultural world in a new body again, lives differently
    • to a savage tribe. The human soul lives now in kama-manas, that is in
    • to live no longer in his narrow stubbornness, if he feels linked in
    • lives in the soul that points back to former states. At especially ceremonious
    • not anything that has external reality; it is something that lives only
    • that he can call the words to the old man which should live from now
    • But he still wants to live with that what he requests from the old man
    • reality where he will live through what he has experienced as a prelude
    • have anticipated what lived in him. However, many have passed without
    • who anticipated what lived in Goethe's soul welcomed the first
    • “It is worthwhile”, he says “to have lived so long
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    • internal one. The colours lived as pictures in the human soul. If he
    • with the surface of the bodies, but lived as uncertain colour pictures
    • of you feelings and sensations live. These are also something real like
    • being any likeable feeling, anything emotional lived which you allow
    • which he lives. He becomes another being if he is in another interrelation.
    • not live, otherwise. One found that they change their colours and colour
    • earth .The human being really lived in these higher temperatures, indeed,
    • in another way. He lived in the state of the “fire mist.”
    • idea how it looked at that time. An animal world, nevertheless, lived
    • Unless God's own force lived in us,
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    • lives and is provided with growth, life and the capacity of reproduction.
    • expresses itself in it that lives in the human being as desire, passion
    • time. The human being who lives in the external civilisation who is
    • you live. Attempt once whether you are able to prevent your thoughts
    • and ask yourselves whether you had them if you did not live by chance
    • in such a way that he lives in such writings, who becomes engrossed
    • livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration.
    • lives in the environment, then the inner sense of the things sounds
    • the external life and we live a separate life with the whelp of the
    • his ideas with the external environment, then he lives in the sound,
    • the delivery of the key of knowledge to the chela. If he has attained
    • the names of all things. As the human being lives in our cultural stage,
    • new, but he lives in the immediate existence, in the innermost personality
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    • lived and died for what surrounded him what lived in his outside world.
    • In mediaeval times, something of a divine world order still lived, indeed,
    • in the mystic as in the people this divine world order was alive. It
    • is something that is given from without, indeed, but that lives as something
    • expression in Shakespeare's dramas and lives in these dramas is
    • live like the other human beings in their sense: they lived in his blood.
    • once because it was clear like two times two. The human being lived
    • her like the ancient Greeks. Ibsen lives in the sign of Darwin, and
    • way this problem faces us in the woman. Nora lives as it were at A
    • through the whole being, lives and works in nature. We find it in Osiris
    • The time has come that we live again, that we become personalities
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    • of the everyday life. It is the same that lived in the mysteries once.
    • What we spread today in popular talks lived up to the foundation of
    • We went back to the older races which lived under other living conditions
    • being; it was like a kind of inhaling and exhaling. He lived that way
    • lives on a quite lively earth. However, we want to take this picture
    • whether he lives on with the feelings, which I have just explained,
    • or whether he lives into future only touching in the dark. Just as the
    • he must be the support of his genuineness. The human beings who live
    • human being lives as a dreaming in such a way as the human being lives
    • being can today hide what lives in his soul, then, however, this will
    • Question: Has Christ really lived hundred years before the year
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    • the super-sensible that lives in us and above us. This was also an early
    • to us with it: the soul lives not only once in the body, but like the
    • of imagination. But what lives there in the breast of the poet when
    • in us what lives in the poet's soul. What lived in Schiller's
    • us in a divine world order? These are the feelings which lived in Schiller's
    • in the human being. Schiller expresses this lively and emotionally in
    • his philosophical letters. It is so lively to him that the hieroglyphics
    • which Schiller studies as that which lives in the human soul. Then he
    • struggles up to the view that the force of love lives not only in the
    • Unless God's own force lived in us,
    • the lofty spiritual, educational ideal, which lives in his aesthetic
    • people, one will recognise that something distinct and ingenious lives
    • in them. What lives in the aesthetic letters becomes productive first
    • nor on the logic one, but where he lives in the condition which Schiller
    • needs or by the rational state to live together according to external
    • of the laws according to which the human beings have to live together.
    • Schiller describes this society where the human beings live together
    • to look at the natural beings; the spirit that lives in the whole nature
    • the self that lives in the human being! Demetrius thinks of himself
    • but, friends, the elated does not live in space.” But it became
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    • mere doctrine, it should live. It should flow into our acting, feeling
    • It must be understood lively what can lead a human being to the good
    • lived in the first Church Fathers, that animated such spirits like Clement
    • it was theology that animated them. It was that which lived like lifeblood
    • beings in the highest form had lived in which the human being can attain
    • itself is authority by the strength which lives in the soul of the teacher,
    • will not slip that in his words which should live in the words of the
    • in his mouth that wins another liveliness than it has at first without
    • so far, one did not arrogate a judgement to recognise what lived there
    • did not live than in other human beings. Or is anybody able to argue
    • on that which the external history delivers as material. However, what
    • messages about the events that the disciples deliver to us. We also
    • is no belief in letters, no theology, then there will be lively life.
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    • of our spiritual life. The modern human beings live in images and suggestions
    • hard by those who have lived under the constraint of studies. Only someone
    • not be possible that the human being if he always lives a healthy life
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    • with the significance Theosophy can have in the lives of
    • the times in which we live, and guide these impulses in the
    • can come about only through cooperation. The age one lives in
    • longer live according to the old customs, the remedy does not
    • secure, aware that their lives have a higher meaning, it has
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    • to share their lives with uncultivated people. Certain
    • the time when our remote ancestors lived, we find that they
    • ancestors' lives, because they were contained in the pictures
    • the lives of ancestors. A son would feel at one with his
    • outside marriages. The individual began to live his own
    • live in a person's blood lives in that person's
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    • deeply into people's lives, and is seen as one of its
    • is expressed outwardly of what lives in another soul, perhaps
    • world, but in us it lives as conscious spirit. It will be
    • paying no attention to your stomach, liver or lungs. You feel
    • through widening our life to encompass the lives of others,
    • suffering in one life point to wrong done in former lives.
    • upon us beauty, strength and wisdom. Fabre d'Olivet used the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • greenish colors, while the lively, too active child should
    • lively child the yellow-reddish shades call up the opposite
    • what a lively and interested manner such a child plays,
    • information and narration, the lives of significant people
    • venerated person. The child lives in solemn expectation of
    • dull and lifeless. What is taught in a lively interesting
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    • the lives of all; usually it is unbidden and often in a way
    • recognize that we are subject to repeated lives on earth,
    • fruits, the outcome of earlier lives. These fruits are
    • body now lives at the expense of the forces stored in the
    • at the end, the astral body lives at the expense of the
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    • lives. When we go to sleep something takes place that is
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    • live it every hour of the day, and calmly be able to wait. In
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • brings certain qualities with him. Repeated earth lives are
    • former lives. He has as it were added many pages to the
    • lives, the more we benefit his development. Not until the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • human beings ever lived or live, once they reach the highest
    • into dark caves to live, in Kentucky, lost the ability to
    • what lives in the soul is transformed into spiritual
    • perception. A person no longer feels that he lives only
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    • able to speak. The artist lives and creates according to
    • in material existence that he can find no deliverance from
    • conveying impulses that live within human beings. Music
    • today's European lived was a mixture of air and water. Large
    • spirit lives in sagas and myths, that he extracted from myths
    • sensitively portrays what lives in Wotan as group-soul
    • rural districts, people still lived in groups, in clans;
    • strip off the bonds of clan or tribe; they wanted to live
    • their own lives in their own way.
    • lives in all beings; a force that must evolve, that cannot
    • mankind — a drop of which lives in each individual as his
    • of the Holy Grail. Then people who lived the Truth would
    • came down to us and lives in our world. When we are worthy,
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    • personalities who lived in the early days of Christendom.
    • from the spirit that lives, and always did live all about us.
    • lives in the deepest recess of the human soul godlike. Human
    • beings are able to recognize God because God lives within
    • cult to be initiated must live according to certain rules and
    • depict the way an initiate necessarily had to live, the way
    • lives were typical of that of an initiate.
    • If we call this Being God, of whom a particle lives within
    • Those who lived
    • what appears to live in human beings as a mere point , aa a
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    • we do not only live in the world during our waking condition,
    • but also when we are asleep. During our sleep, we live outside
    • thoughts. When he was able to say: “Thoughts live in me,
    • gods. And when he then lived through his waking life and was
    • are to-day, and man could at that time live in union with the
    • that what lived in his will, and even in his blood, came to him
    • this or in that man, the SPIRIT lives behind this instinct or
    • inner soul-life of a modern European lives in this particularly
    • the rhythmical being which lives in the middle part, and the
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    • distinguish between the personality who lived at that time in
    • of Christ-Jesus who lived upon the earth for three years and
    • we come to the Earth, to the Lemurian race which lived upon a
    • that below, upon the physical earth, there lived highly
    • Spirit Self, but this only lived in them in a very weak form.
    • Zarathustra, by Pythagoras, who all lived about 600 years
    • great deal of what lived in the surroundings of man. They had
    • all the different sparks that lived in the human beings. This
    • Fire-Spirit is the Christ, the only divine Being who lived on
    • grows upon the earth is Christ. He lives in every seed, in
    • Initiate experienced upon the astral plane what Christ lived
    • lived in the bosom of the Cosmic Father hath become our guide in
    • heart is the most powerful organ, when Christ lives in man. The
    • lives in Jesus.
    • that lived within him to the Disciple John; he transformed him
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    • we live in our ordinary daytime consciousness. What does the
    • earth think? What thoughts live in its consciousness?
    • cosmos outside; these are the things which live in the
    • may therefore say: Once upon a time we lived upon the earth in
    • the Cosmic New Year. If the birth of spiritual knowledge lives
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    • be revived anew on the way to the heart. Being enlivened anew means,
    • — if I may express myself that way which now already stays alive
    • head the surfaces are formed at the exterior. But the kidney delivers
    • the liver-system would not be there. (see diagram 1)
    • And then only the liver system with its gall excretion drives the whole
    • 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
    • be taken up only by the astral body. Because of the liver being there
    • and the gall being excreted by the liver and mixed already with the
    • liver products (diagram 1, blue), all this is driven into the ego organism.
    • This way also our ego organism takes part through the liver, which has
    • next to the liver, as far as I am concerned; but what does one know
    • more about the kidney and the liver than that both consist of cells,
    • has an intimate. relationship to the astral body and the liver to the
    • activity of the liver has become that which is most important for the
    • more, then they relax and tighten the strings of the liver-activity,
    • arises because the transition from the kidney activity to the liver
    • as a deliverance, an inner redemption — but it was an inner God-filled
    • from the old kidney-activity to the newer liver activity.
    • and all is astralized, taken up by the liver functioning and conveyed
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    • in which we now live. But we do not have to go through Anthroposophy
    • too dependent on the region of the earth where he lives. This took place
    • one said to oneself: if the person lives there, then he is too strongly
    • how frequently rickets occurs among children who live in city apartments,
    • first absorbed, which had been enlivened in the woods, enlivened on
    • the main thing. The man of old lived in the light, which the flowers,
    • So that one continuously lives in a state of being “a little bit
    • resistance to this earth, and we live on this earth in order to bring
    • man, I have to grasp him in his liveliness. This liveliness I understand
    • change over to liveliness. All this taken together results in the challenge
    • And with Christ in us in the right way we will enliven all of the light
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    • long as he lived. After his death nobody could wind it, and
    • Lucifer lived in the governor. It was out of egotism that he
    • speak, to this physical event of their earthly lives and gain a
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    • living with other thoughts, the earlier thoughts live on, only
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    • was alive. You could also say that the first two teachers
    • alive from the past, arriving at it by simply studying
    • it into their evolution. They live and work in the element of
    • out into the country every morning with the mail and deliver
    • we study the way our second self lives in us — the one I
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    • lived in the fourteenth century, he would certainly not have
    • Goethe lived, an empty space had occurred for the
    • physical plane, lives all the while in freedom.
    • that something will arise that will live for centuries.
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    • pure fancy to imagine that people lived then in exactly the
    • physical body but who really knew that something lived in the
    • which nowadays lives only in the I, entered the organic
    • muscles round his eyes in a particular way, then what lives in
    • believe it. We believe that the nature we live in on the
    • must live in the I. Everything that leads to the will
    • must live in the I. There is nothing in this science
    • that can in any way live as a real impulse in the will. There
    • What lives in the will must enter into it in such a way that
    • live in an age when one has to renounce a really close
    • that confession,” assuming in this case that we live
    • I. And we live in the time when this is finally being
    • coming earth lives it will be normal.
    • stronger and stronger memory of their previous lives. We could
    • preparation for remembering earlier lives in the right
    • not be able to bring this memory of past lives up into
    • lead them back into earlier lives. The others will feel an
    • earth lives.
    • remember it in later earth lives. Is there anything you can
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    • the living connection between those alive on the earth and
    • eurhythmy in spirit. He who is actively alive in sea things
    • rights in which men must live together democratically must
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    • evolution. We live in the fifth, the sixth will follow, to be
    • was created in language and we lived in what was formed in
    • That man is a real poet who is alive to the imaginative in
    • who can paint or sculpt but one who can live in color and
    • to live when we have passed through the gate of death.
    • lived . . . and all that that implies. They are of course the
    • lives in the ideas as driven mankind into the frightful
    • fruitful for the great questions for time which already live
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    • became alive to the fact that it is necessary to turn to the spirit,
    • abstract concepts must live in the spiritual. For this reason one has
    • to recognise that in man there lives a soul specially adapted for forming
    • whether Jesus ever lived, when at that time a great gathering took place
    • in Berlin about the problem “Did Jesus ever Live?” the Catholic
    • by animals rests on the very fact that the animal from the start lives
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • in you that animals do not lack abstract ideas but actually live in
    • a whole. Man lives far more in the outer world, animals live far more
    • liven much more in the external world.
    • life will increasingly wish to live like beasts of the field, simply
    • the faculty for abstraction, for abstract concepts, and lives in them.
    • you have learned to live in the abstract — this is the world in
    • which the animal lives. And the world here in which man lives in his
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    • Just at present we live at a time in which everyone wishing to take
    • anywhere in the phenomenal world, there lives the divine, that, in a
    • teaching that a divinity should live immediately in the soul is heretical
    • powerful part, and that we must already be alive to such things. But
    • are concerned or consciously lives in them—what I mean is, he
    • of mankind. Thus when man who lives in the scientific age feels this
    • for super-sensible knowledge must be kept alive in men. Such demands
    • human souls have lived so long with rituals, with their symbols mid
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    • For in the mineral and plant kingdoms lives something man can only fully
    • as they actually are here in the world in which we live between birth
    • soul, which means the age of the intellect, lives as I have explained
    • only able to live in reflected images when he goes out beyond the perceptions
    • at all of immortal life can enter, and that since it lives in images
    • men are meant to live in social co-operation. This is recognised by
    • for the social structure of men, in each of these views there lives
    • It is very important to take note of this. We cannot live with another
    • and wishing to live in it up to some point or other. This is something
    • we must be alive to the fact that phenomena with men cannot be taken
    • always plays its part there. Men like this who live in such a way nowadays,
    • live indeed today at a time when certain spiritual truths such as those
    • my dear friends, to live in accordance with such an attitude. And the
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    • would live with the sunlight. And in the actual experience, in the actual
    • because that is right another necessity arises for us. As we live here
    • live in every human being, that a divine spiritual being shines forth
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • the man Jesus was born, lived thirty years in the way we have often
    • he lived on another three years, during the last year going through
    • as idea, lived on in the sacrifice of the Mass. To all intents and purposes
    • it still lives on today in the Catholic sacrifice of the Mass. For he
    • enter freely. Between the people or peoples who lived their lives there
    • of our era after which it still goes on; we live now in the fifth post-Atlantean
    • boy, still stood like a pagan before nature, and lived again all that
    • of nature, nothing lives in this of Christ-Jesus, in this lives the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • if this centre of Europe is obliged to live tragically in chaos, there
    • double chin—the man who inwardly lived in this stout Privy Councillor
    • slightest suggestion, of what lived in Goethe's soul—but merely
    • lived in Goethe, and you have the strange, the quite strange, fact that
    • if we look from the point of view of the greatness that would have lived
    • has to live among us as if he were still alive; he must be further felt,
    • necessity, here is God”. And as he lived in the spirit of his
    • all that was deepest in him. In this soul of Goethe's there lived a
    • to live yet for the external life. The time depends on what we have
    • is not alive, Goetheanism for outer culture is still resting in the
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • We live continuously not only in the physical world but also in
    • and how this feeling lived in the soul. Then think how your
    • other than expressions for souls, we may call them, which live
    • a sense: “You live in this”. — This is really quite
    • it lives within these light bodies and experiences warmth and
    • soul body. Then you can see how a human being, who lives with
    • compared with someone who has lived with noble feelings during
    • we recognise only that which lives as an individuality. Hence
    • everything as lively form organised by higher beings who are
    • human being gradually lives into the astral world, these
    • lives into this light world. In this manner the sensory world
    • through this abyss and live in a soundless world. However it is
    • acquiring-clairvoyance soul lives into the astral plane
    • human being has no idea what it means to live in an endless
    • coming out of Kamaloka, who lived with deprivation and thus
    • importantly though is how one lives in this other world within
    • Higher Worlds. So we gradually live into that and through the
  • Title: Goethe's Relationship to his 'Faust'
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    • observation of his life, about that which lived in his soul,
    • following: within this lives Goethe's attitude against outer
    • “Faust,” that which lives in Goethe's soul in a
    • know however, what lives in the soul and is revealed from the
    • into a lively representation. This worry lay in Goethe's soul.
    • lives in the soul's depths, and arrive closer to spiritual
    • away from it. That which lives in consciousness, which
    • lives in our soul. We couldn't become wise or clever through
    • existence. We actually live from forces which direct us towards
    • develop as human beings; these descending forces couldn't live
    • that there had to live a deeper level which flowed between
    • a disputing scene. That is the ahrimanic character which lived
    • discussion, actually, lives illusion. In this way Goethe wanted
    • sub-consciousness however, they lived. From this Goethe became
    • and more lively than all the characters! Why do they appear as
    • from, in the present! We live in a present time, in which we
    • within ideas, be it in social or political fields, lives
    • abstractions, the allegorical. We live with them. It is the
    • our worldly experience in our own lives.
    • of soul, lived out in a dream, he goes through in such a way
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  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • we, come to understand that which lives in the physical body
    • and in the location in which we live. Highly individualistic is
    • karma, to live out of ourselves. It deals more with the fact
    • about it? No, he will not do it. I, myself, delivered this slap
    • will-impulses into our lives. This complex work of our lives is
    • only recognise them theoretically but to live with every world
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • Building the principle that lives and works creatively in nature can
    • how one grows out of the other, how everything lives and interweaves,
    • upon us, especially those who live here in the vicinity of this building
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • be able to live in colours, in forms. If our Building is to be what
    • not be able to live, we should continually die. We only live because
    • man will no longer live on the earth, then man will wear his true countenance,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • sixteenth century, the historical Faust who actually lived
    • and then passed into folklore. This Faust still lived in the
    • old sciences that he had made his own, lived in magic, in
    • times. In the age, however, in which lived the historic Faust
    • mysticism, by those among whom Faust lived, was already in a
    • transition as those in which Faust lived the old is passing
    • And many a man stands here alive
    • evil, Faust knows that he no longer lives in an age when the
    • begins to speak of the past, of what is left alive out of the
    • impulse, the urge, towards Christianity is already alive in
    • which he himself lived, that is, from the fourth
    • over the whole earth. What he wished to say was: we lived in
    • the Gold, we live in Copper, we live in Silver. He meant
    • We live in the age in which an ancient kind of wisdom has
    • guarantee that he would continue to live exactly as he had
    • lived before, not taking to himself the smallest advantage
    • lived inwardly. And at the time when materialism was at its
    • which we live, that has brought about such lamentable
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • come to a lively club. We are still in the spiritual world,
    • of course, and they come to this lively club. Goethe
    • might be found in a lively Club among others who have left
    • that in Berlin lived Nikolai, a friend of Lessing's. Now this
    • Tegel. Wilhelm von Humboldt lived in Tegel, in the
    • Berlin. Nikolai delivered the lecture in 1799).
    • he now sees as Gretchen is actually what lives within him,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • lived especially in his splendid treatise on the Mysteries of
    • lives in the progress of good in world-evolution may incline
    • he has absorbed. He lives in a living, spiritual element of
    • seen, he lived in another state of consciousness. He had to
    • lives in Faust, and Homunculus who knows how to grasp and
    • Faust has lived, while Homunculus traverses all the kingdoms
    • away by abstract thinking and the desire to live in abstract
    • genuine spiritual that then lives on, though in a different
    • to live, really live, within ancient Greece, by having Helen,
    • Goethe, lives entirely in shadowy concepts, and Homunculus
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • is something to which we must be very much alive to if we are
    • space. Since we live in space, spatial images must be used
    • Plutarch lived in the fourth epoch, of Post-Atlantis,
    • Post-Atlantean epoch when Plutarch lived, we can truthfully
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The impulses that lived in the
    • and realised in Italy. Therefore the longing for Italy lived
    • that is not wide enough. I must live, for once, in the
    • fourth post-Atlantean age had to live through the problem of
    • illusion. Illusion lives — this was what Goethe meant
    • to say — illusion lives in the outer historic reality,
    • lives in it spiritually. Flow often have we spoken of it in
    • human beings live in ideas that are proved absurd by the
    • the human beings do not see through what lives as spectral
    • uses the interplay of that which lives within us out of the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • would become his father's murderer and live in incest with
    • to know them, and they will know what lives and moves in the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • would have lived within you from your earliest youth.
    • wanting to take him to Greece, to live there as a human being
    • nearer Greece and had to live as a man among Greek men. Helen
    • fundamentally very far from all that lives and weaves in the
    • approaches nearer what lives and weaves below the surface of
    • consciousness and the life we live down there in the sphere
    • unequal in their evolutionary stages are the beings who live
    • Greece, with the times in which Anaxagoras and Thales lived.
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • free will he is to acquire, if he were to continue to live as
    • he lived during the periods of Saturn, Sun, and especially
    • the Moon period. Then, in his external life, he lived as he
    • now lives from falling asleep to waking.
    • these earth-lives, as men we passed through earlier stages of
    • sought to live himself into the world of the Greeks,
    • than his later philistine followers because he lived nearer
    • lives entirely in that world which today is a supersensible,
    • with the circling Moon in the heavens, also live and weave
    • As I said yesterday, he lived within his northern world, and
    • in which he lives, and also look at material things in a
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • dear friends, that man is not only the being who lives
    • between birth and death; he is also the being who lives
    • you yesterday that man has not lived only on the earth, but
    • these last two days. Goethe lived thus in the spirit where
    • man. The average man lives, does he not, from birth to
    • is alive and rut thought out, thinking being applied simply
    • this is that they should live up to the Christian example. I
    • they say and how they live,. Or they show indifference to
    • are opened out to,us when we know we can live more intimately
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • not live in vain, but that the forces of knowledge are always
    • lived in the outside world. Just as a change took place in
    • consciousness there was definitely something that could live
    • way, that outside lives the spirit, means nothing at all,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • generally known as classical Philology — what live in
    • lives in the whole of external nature. All that contributes
    • recognised that something of soul and spirit lives in the
    • must live out in the body. I told you yesterday that the
    • physical world of the senses, the world that lives in the
    • Greece alive before my soul, if at that time I had only been
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • from man having to think, having to form ideas, as he lives
    • ourselves. Then, too, if we wish to make our lives fuller in
    • abyss, to enter another world, a world that cannot be lived
    • ensouled after birth then he would live always at war on
    • earth. They would only with to live in conflict and would
    • are shown how what is morally impermissible live in man like
    • gain. And Goethe, foreseeing this in feeling, lived himself
    • sway of materialistic thinking, how he lived in a world where
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • which lives in many human souls in vague feelings, in all sorts
    • stimulation. The waking person w