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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • give you a kind of historical survey of a fairly long period of human
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • an ordinary human being, one belonging to the ranks of other noted
    • Now it is characteristic of such things that they are prepared long in
    • he does not reach with his waking consciousness but which yet belong
    • modern science, insofar as it thinks along these lines, will recognize
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • give you a kind of historical survey of a fairly long period of human
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • an ordinary human being, one belonging to the ranks of other noted
    • Now it is characteristic of such things that they are prepared long in
    • he does not reach with his waking consciousness but which yet belong
    • modern science, insofar as it thinks along these lines, will recognize
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • eminently concrete changes into abstraction. It might be said: as long
    • constituted the actual transition from everything belonging to Greece
    • It might be said that what belongs to the alphabet was applied later
    • is no longer conscious that the original primordial sentence has been
    • being to him. He is no longer aware that the single words, the single
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • his being, he would no longer know or possess himself, no longer be
    • language was for a long time the language of the cultural elite. What
    • In the longing that a Man such as
    • he longed for liberation from the abstraction of modern times, from
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • eminently concrete changes into abstraction. It might be said: as long
    • constituted the actual transition from everything belonging to Greece
    • It might be said that what belongs to the alphabet was applied later
    • is no longer conscious that the original primordial sentence has been
    • being to him. He is no longer aware that the single words, the single
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • his being, he would no longer know or possess himself, no longer be
    • language was for a long time the language of the cultural elite. What
    • In the longing that a Man such as
    • he longed for liberation from the abstraction of modern times, from
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science can accept the premises of spiritual science. However, as long
    • along comes the chemist and applies his methods to the water, breaking
    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • the center of our full consciousness, so that for a longer period we
    • end of a long working life, Lessing wrote his treatise on the
    • for yourself, too, if you try.” It won't take long until the spiritual
    • That, however, is no longer the case. The relationship of the human
    • the root of this argument. People come along and say, “You talk of a
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
    • sense of belonging toward the Christ-Sun as the center of our
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science can accept the premises of spiritual science. However, as long
    • along comes the chemist and applies his methods to the water, breaking
    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • the center of our full consciousness, so that for a longer period we
    • end of a long working life, Lessing wrote his treatise on the
    • for yourself, too, if you try.” It won't take long until the spiritual
    • That, however, is no longer the case. The relationship of the human
    • the root of this argument. People come along and say, “You talk of a
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
    • sense of belonging toward the Christ-Sun as the center of our
  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • THE, Western reader should not be discouraged by the long preparation
  • 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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    • Leonardo da Vinci. No longer does the Greek influence work on together
    • originally belonged together. The greatness of the Bhagavad Gita lies
    • was no longer able to come down. Yoga had to be made use of by those
    • souls who, belonging to a later epoch of mankind, could no longer
    • the old blood-ties no longer were of significance, Krishna came as a
    • the two brothers are now no longer to be together, they are to
    • no longer there? How can the soul take part in spiritual life if that
    • life no longer flows as it formerly did under the influence of the old
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • collective sense which does not belong to the department of any one
    • sense-organs which belong to the physical body, but forces which
    • longing for it. The soul sends, in a way, feelers out through the
    • this we must distinguish what belongs to the Sankhya philosophy in
    • these in all their perfect clarity can no longer be properly connected
    • soul-principle. Thus he no longer clearly distinguishes the soul-part
    • longer find in him a clear discrimination between the soul-principle
    • longer speaks of that primeval knowledge which we discover in the
    • manner of expression is no longer to be found in Aristotle, but the
    • primeval state of human evolution was no longer there. For instance,
    • longer held sway. The sublime song of the Bhagavad Gita leads us to
    • instructions given to Arjuna by Krishna, how man, to whom no longer
    • belongs the old clairvoyance dependent upon the blood-relationship,
    • bodies of those against whom thou art to fight and who belong to the
    • belonged to it, however great and wise he might be, was not without
    • contemplating the transitory and the troubles belonging to the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • self-contained, and self-satisfied. That may be; but in the long run
    • they belong. Neither do we know much of a man today because he has to
    • of the reason belonging to his brain. To write such a biography of the
    • wait long epochs before he can appear.
    • though it belonged to every soul and can resound in every soul, which
    • ashamed if it did not feel within it the longing to listen to the
    • ordinary life feel joy and longing for the external life, feel
    • Gunas; for all that belongs to earlier stages. As long as one remains
    • distinct from everything one acquires along the path of the Gunas
    • for all else which may belong to the external world has been stripped
    • the form for the sight of which even Gods have endlessly longed. The
    • hast just seen Me. Only one who knows how to go along the way in
  • 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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    • most wonderful and beautiful representation of a long human evolution,
    • the manifestation of the Spirit, went along the path from light into
    • spiritual revelations, still belongs to the Sattva condition —
    • that belongs to a still earlier age. Thus the man of that time
    • felt himself no longer a separate man, but a member of the earth. He
    • being lengthened out into the earth; he no longer felt his physical
    • etheric body passing into the earth, elongated into a serpent-body
    • perceiving should come about? It had to be no longer possible for
    • revenges itself by taking away from one the feeling of belonging to
    • long after the son's life has begun; although the son is descended
    • the olden times, continue to live contemporaneously, but can no longer
    • their attributes belonging to the old epoch, still work in their
    • to the knowledge which had been abandoned; the knowledge belonging to
    • day is no longer there. Certainly the man of today can realise much of
    • belonging to the Sattva-condition? No! For then we should not be
    • describing just what belonged to that epoch! If anyone describes it
    • correctly, as belonging to the Rajas-age — making use of that
    • serpent. This Sattva-condition went under of itself, it was no longer
    • transition from the old blood-relationship, to which belongs the power
    • in the background that which belongs to the soul, as we have pointed
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • of his being ready for them. In our time this is no longer possible as
    • is in a certain sense public. Not that there is no longer any occult
    • I am not the hand therefore I do not belong to the body, it would none
    • the less belong to it. And if the ear were to say: Because I am not
    • the eye I do not belong to the body, none the less does it belong to
    • spoken with tongues ceases when it can no longer speak to human
    • capacity, his own special gift. One could then no longer reckon on
    • before you attempt to go further along the path you must have gained a
    • importance of the Christ-Impulse, begin by belonging to this or that
    • to begin with one may not have belonged to any particular creed.
    • lives a purely spiritual existence, having so overcome what belongs to
    • the senses that he no longer thirsts for reincarnation, that he has
    • only be perceived, strictly speaking, as long as the old clairvoyance
    • express itself at the time when clairvoyance no longer existed. The
    • Christ is not as such a human ego belonging to mankind, but to the
    • Higher Hierarchies, Thus Christ belongs also to those times when man
    • attain to knowledge of Anthropos, man to the knowledge of man, so long
    • man to belong to the Anthroposophical movement; a modesty which says:
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • as solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his organism.
    • element, are not regarded by anatomy and physiology as belonging to
    • fluid, inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • experiences belonging to the clear day-consciousness. Thought based on
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • soul, for in modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • must think of an age which came to an end long before the time of the
    • living Being. Then came an intermediary period when people no longer
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • present age this instinctive knowledge no longer suffices; what in
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • that it is entirely irradiated by will; it no longer takes anything in
    • and in such a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each
    • the possibility of love. And freedom and love belong together, as I
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the skeleton of man. Yet the spiritual also belongs to our earth
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • no longer be seen as the genuine Christ, but rather as a Christ having
    • body; it is then a closed entity that has a prolonged existence in the
    • etheric world. The ether body is unable to dissolve for a long time
    • condemned for a long time after his death to turn his spiritual sight
    • to the Christ, longing for the most intimate closeness with Him. This
    • support him for a long period of time, until he reaches seventy,
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • Theodor Faiss; his family belonged to the Anthroposophical Society and
    • spiritual commonalty, a commonalty no longer present for them, at
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • thinking, commenting that anyone who writes this way belongs in an
    • the Movement, belonged in an insane asylum. If the man belongs in an
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the skeleton of man. Yet the spiritual also belongs to our earth
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • no longer be seen as the genuine Christ, but rather as a Christ having
    • body; it is then a closed entity that has a prolonged existence in the
    • etheric world. The ether body is unable to dissolve for a long time
    • condemned for a long time after his death to turn his spiritual sight
    • to the Christ, longing for the most intimate closeness with Him. This
    • support him for a long period of time, until he reaches seventy,
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • Theodor Faiss; his family belonged to the Anthroposophical Society and
    • spiritual commonalty, a commonalty no longer present for them, at
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • thinking, commenting that anyone who writes this way belongs in an
    • the Movement, belonged in an insane asylum. If the man belongs in an
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • when we ourselves shall no longer be able to be present in the
    • course of many years are required and that was a real longing for a
    • When the Bodhisattva becomes Buddha he no longer returns to the Earth in an
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • died. This he did, but before long his own means were exhausted. He
    • down to begin his work. It was not long, however, before one of his
    • began in real earnest! He could get no rest the whole night long and,
    • was, she could not marry, for she belonged to the spiritual worlds, but
    • charm, she could then become a human being and marry him. Not long
    • stages of conditions as they are at present, had long since been in
    • it derives from the same world to which the stars belong: the human
    • beings who belong to that other world. He knew: One can communicate
    • some particular people belonging to the Post-Atlantean age, the
    • occultism as belonging, not to the progressive races, but to the
    • those laws of which knowledge can be acquired only along the occult
    • amazement, namely, the spirituality that does not belong to the
    • into the spiritual life along the path revealed by Spiritual Science.
    • understand that their mission now belongs to a different age and that
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • strain; not needing to pore over the sum any longer, he is free and
    • “chance.” In other words: As long as a man lives among his
    • “chance.” As long as in mutual dealings among human beings
    • playing into their words and actions, so long will it be possible to
    • interplay of something more than belongs specifically to the
    • science. The manuscript lay in the hands of the editor for a long
    • man has no longer any inkling that there, too, the Spiritual is in
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • that in and from those same worlds to which we aspire along the path
    • peoples for a very long time, among others for not so long. When we
    • this belongs fundamentally to the Kalewala, that the poem is
    • peoples of Europe: for Christian culture arose long after clairvoyance
    • Kalewala, was something new, especially belonging to Finland. (9th
    • Consciousness Soul. This will last for a very long time; and then will
    • proclamations of new, physical prophets, for whom humanity no longer
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • is then no longer called by a proper name. In speaking of the
    • themselves be aware of a longing to find the thread uniting the
    • Before very long, a despot like Bernini — who accomplished so
    • life was for long ages forgotten. It came to life again in what
    • originals — for so very long. Anyone who looks today with sorrow
    • work will not perish when his paintings are no longer to be seen on
    • longing, in the souls of men who observe evolution thoughtfully and
    • longings and hopes, and instinctive knowledge which has been unfolding
    • For what they knew no longer was — a Cross!
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • along, he cannot know the exact path which will bring him to his final
    • of existence, proceeds from Wonder, Amazement. In other words: As long
    • him, so long is his life vapid and thoughtless, and he asks without
    • never set eyes on a locomotive in motion; not so very long ago,
    • sees a train moving along, he will feel wonder and amazement at the
    • pulling it along were inside! Why were the people cast into amazement
    • world, to something belonging to a sphere he can only enter when he
    • these Gods were Beings belonging to a period of evolution preceding
    • ought to be too sharp to permit such allegations. So long as sheer
    • as long as people allow themselves to spread false ideas of the views
    • printing? What does it matter if less is said, so long as what is said
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • not really belong to it, they do not belong inside it. For what, in
    • long, long ages. Thus the impulse to look out into the physical world
    • shall no longer be able to experience with such intensity the Divine
    • men will no longer be able to gaze into the world of the Gods, but
    • This condition of darkness did not last for long periods, actually
    • people regard those who belong to it as fools; but it may be worth
    • moreover that he has definite hopes and longings which make their way
    • yearning and longing for the future culture which, when it came, was
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • belongs to Nature passes over to Powers standing behind existence. At
    • they would not be able to survive for very long — at most for as
    • long as the various substances of the physical body remain. This means
    • become plain that such actions do not belong exclusively to the man
    • who performs them in the sense that his memory-pictures belong to him,
    • astral body. In the astral body he has to live for a long time, bound
    • — which belongs to him just as consciousness belongs to him in
    • physical body the consciousness belonging to human existence on Earth, would
    • not be Man. A being who did not unfold the faculty of memory belonging
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    • being of man belonging specifically to Earth-existence. Certain forces
    • they no longer function, in the primary sense, as “Spirits of
    • has long since passed into the processes of heredity; it has long
    • the Jupiter-existence they may endow the beings who once belonged to
    • human figure, for the reason that the forms will no longer be the
    • beings belonging to the Sixth epoch of culture — for they, in the
    • the qualities belonging to the group-soul. The trend which will become
    • Baptist, Raphael and Novalis — all long since dead — you can
    • speaks of the incarnations of human beings long since dead, this must
    • Buddha, thereby attaining a height whence he need no longer return to
    • need no longer return in a body of flesh. United as he is with the
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • mystics along the path of the Christian Initiation, are competent to
    • Initiation along which souls were gradually to be made ready for the
    • When after long reluctance he had made up his mind to comply with the
    • self-knowledge and humility in those belonging to the Movement
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    • long way back in earthly evolution, We know that our earth has often
    • flowed and the Persian culture arose. Long did the Indian culture
    • endure, long also the Persian, reaching a culmination in Zarathustra.
    • in the tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles. Rome also belonged to
    • that belonged to the ancient Indians were also incarnated in Egypt and
    • preserved for a long time. We know that he filled his tombs with such
    • Egypt the bodies were preserved for a long time, the souls experienced
    • much longer life after death, in what we know as kamaloca and the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • the earth. For a long, long time the cosmic body contained our earth,
    • its evolution. Today these beings are already as far along as man will
    • eliminating the worst conditions of existence along with the moon.
    • it have appeared as something etheric, for that belongs to a coarser
    • longing was; he felt himself to be a cast-off son. With the forces
    • land emerged from the water-masses. This was long after the moon broke
    • representative of all the beings who belonged to earth-plus-moon. The
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    • body has developed a long way; hence it differs from others only in
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    • are not as high as the sun-spirits, but are further along than man.
    • things can no longer work in our time, but they are hinted at in
    • period and whom we now designate as Christ. No longer does he transmit
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    • all that today belongs to the sun forsook our earth and left the
    • been withdrawn from the water. It was a very deep longing that arose.
    • The light was no longer there, but the desire for the light called up
    • this longing. There was a moment in the earth's evolution when the sun
    • long as there was light alone, he did not know birth and death. The
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    • long as this is at all possible, everything that has sunk deep down
    • hands prolong themselves to the gigantic, and then shrink up again.
    • sun, which belongs to your nature.”
    • sun-year. But the sun-year is longer, and the difference between the
    • All that belongs to the male or female organisms formed itself under
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    • connection with the nature of man, a long series of facts related to
    • In earlier times Osiris long ruled the earth, to the blessing of
    • spiritual beings and is no longer active on earth, but he aids men
    • changes, this legend pervaded all the cults of Egypt as long as any
    • much longer than today. At the time when the moon had not yet split
    • the earth along with the moon forces, and among his ministers was the
    • Water-man, which for a long time enabled man to steer while swimming;
    • The Egyptian pupil could penetrate to such mysteries only after a long
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    • these events occupied long periods. From the first moment when the
    • completely accomplished, long stretches of time passed and many things
    • along that he had given his lower half, his lower nature, a physical
    • As long as the moon was connected with the earth, it more or less
    • his lower corporeality. As long as man had only a lower corporeality
    • the sun spirits were no longer with him. The Christ departed from the
    • required a stronger molding, the time lasted even longer.
    • represented by the bull and all that belongs to this genus, such as
    • describe as male and female. Man remained unisexual much longer than
    • the animals. What had long since occurred in the other animals now for
    • consciousness took place. Man then required much longer spans of time
    • early. The better ones were able to wait; they remained for a long
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    • proportion, however, he had to tarry longer when he descended into his
    • ancient Indian longed to escape from this hard reality, which for him
    • The initiate felt as we would feel if we had been long separated from
    • belong to what streams from it. No god, no spiritual being, is close
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    • the physical world, when he suffers from the fact that he is no longer
    • he is no longer immediately connected with the physical world and with
    • begins the time when he no longer makes demands of the type that can
    • death was not great. In primeval antiquity man had long periods of
    • sleep, approximately as long as the time now consumed by an
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    • years of experience, that the astral body no longer loses the
    • are imprinted on the astral body. It would be a long time, however,
    • came when Wotan no longer walked on our earth. Such beings, however,
    • something that did not belong to his noblest qualities, did not come
    • you; I digested you. Now you are outside, and I can no longer endure
    • you, no longer digest you.” As man became enclosed in his skin,
    • happened. As long as man is healthy, he will stand in a normal
    • Redeemer — this is something that belongs to the mysteries of
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    • belonged to the common people, could still participate in these
    • long-distance telephone and order what we want to be sent from America
    • have just described. In reality the men of that time no longer knew
    • ego. The modern man no longer can form any conception of this. In
    • relatively long life in Devachan. But this is already a result of the
    • preserved alongside the following cultures. In the continuation of the
    • became longer and the path of the fathers became shorter. One who
    • clung closely to the fathers had a long father-path and a short
    • truth is at home everywhere. Antiquarian research belongs to scholars,
    • As a single member such as the finger belongs to the whole body, so do the
    • single persons within the people belong to the folk-soul. They are as
    • coloring. It is no longer the spiritual that he sees, but the
    • nothing holds me back any longer. I shall revel in holy fire. I shall
    • no longer understood, although Paracelsus could still turn them to
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • following: a man is walking along the street and feels that someone
    • belonging to a higher world, the world we call the Astral plane. And
    • fall away. As long as the earth was involved in progressive evolution,
    • possible to keep hidden very much longer — is generated. It can
    • longer have anything un-moral left in them.
    • there will no longer be any residue. Venus will manifest, to begin
    • like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not accompany the
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    • following: a man is walking along the street and feels that someone
    • belonging to a higher world, the world we call the Astral plane. And
    • fall away. As long as the earth was involved in progressive evolution,
    • possible to keep hidden very much longer — is generated. It can
    • longer have anything un-moral left in them.
    • there will no longer be any residue. Venus will manifest, to begin
    • like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not accompany the
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • considerably longer time) — even this may be regarded as mere
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • wearing out of the rails belongs to the essence of the railway engine.
    • effect they have alongside their proper task.
    • world, but that every single human being, inasmuch as he belongs to
    • earth. For men no longer have that relationship to language which sees
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
    • not pass by till men have come to this: they will no longer listen to
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • In so far as men belong to a human community by their own act of will,
    • has to enter into the evolution of mankind. An engine making a long
    • a fairly long time will pass before it gets better, for many people
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    • considerably longer time) — even this may be regarded as mere
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • wearing out of the rails belongs to the essence of the railway engine.
    • effect they have alongside their proper task.
    • world, but that every single human being, inasmuch as he belongs to
    • earth. For men no longer have that relationship to language which sees
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
    • not pass by till men have come to this: they will no longer listen to
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • In so far as men belong to a human community by their own act of will,
    • has to enter into the evolution of mankind. An engine making a long
    • a fairly long time will pass before it gets better, for many people
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • being.” Let them think me a fool; I regard them as belonging to the
    • Spirit, He belongs to the whole earth and can enter all human souls,
    • shall belong to those souls who are permitted to know and understand the
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    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • being.” Let them think me a fool; I regard them as belonging to the
    • Spirit, He belongs to the whole earth and can enter all human souls,
    • shall belong to those souls who are permitted to know and understand the
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    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • Let us consider man in the spiritual world, long before he develops
    • and death. Long before this, as I said, we were beings of soul and
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • blood. By way of the forces that run along the courses of the blood,
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    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • Let us consider man in the spiritual world, long before he develops
    • and death. Long before this, as I said, we were beings of soul and
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • blood. By way of the forces that run along the courses of the blood,
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • tolerable as long as human interest is strongly attracted by the other factor
    • investigators have long been aware of the existence of certain limitations.
    • which contained nothing but forces belonging to a misty form. The rotation
    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • beings belonging to the earth's environment, but linked to other heavenly
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
    • no longer as a purely earthly being, but a copy of something extra-
    • longer being the only ones at work, and because the etheric body takes hold
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • only be overcome by a fairly long familiarity with spiritual research.
    • which lie long periods of time in a purely spiritual existence, between death
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
    • That is a fact that will be recognized with increasing frequency. And along
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • belong furthermore all things relating to the spiritual nature of human
    • of perception must be admitted to belong to the Praeambula Fidei. For
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    • tolerable as long as human interest is strongly attracted by the other factor
    • investigators have long been aware of the existence of certain limitations.
    • which contained nothing but forces belonging to a misty form. The rotation
    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • beings belonging to the earth's environment, but linked to other heavenly
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
    • no longer as a purely earthly being, but a copy of something extra-
    • longer being the only ones at work, and because the etheric body takes hold
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • only be overcome by a fairly long familiarity with spiritual research.
    • which lie long periods of time in a purely spiritual existence, between death
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
    • That is a fact that will be recognized with increasing frequency. And along
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • belong furthermore all things relating to the spiritual nature of human
    • of perception must be admitted to belong to the Praeambula Fidei. For
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    • mentioned above is an extensive one. It requires a long period of
    • temple of initiation, are not dependent on time and space. They belong
    • vicinity of the larynx is awakened. It takes long practice, however,
    • The soul eye does not take as long. It requires several months in one,
    • longer in another person. One must have patience. The moment when
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
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    • mentioned above is an extensive one. It requires a long period of
    • temple of initiation, are not dependent on time and space. They belong
    • vicinity of the larynx is awakened. It takes long practice, however,
    • The soul eye does not take as long. It requires several months in one,
    • longer in another person. One must have patience. The moment when
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • proceeds along the nerve pathways. Thus when the human nerves spread
    • first runs along the pathways of the nerves. This has an essentially
    • directly a destructive process occurs, so that along the nerve
    • physical organizations. After first taking along the astral and
    • the astral body, but then it goes directly into the lungs along with
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • countered by a healing process that flows from below along the
    • human being is taken up along the path I have drawn here next to the
    • — in that moment the other system, which runs along the blood
    • maintained its external character too long after being absorbed, then
    • able to pursue the spiritual into the material. As long as we merely
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    • proceeds along the nerve pathways. Thus when the human nerves spread
    • first runs along the pathways of the nerves. This has an essentially
    • directly a destructive process occurs, so that along the nerve
    • physical organizations. After first taking along the astral and
    • the astral body, but then it goes directly into the lungs along with
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • countered by a healing process that flows from below along the
    • human being is taken up along the path I have drawn here next to the
    • — in that moment the other system, which runs along the blood
    • maintained its external character too long after being absorbed, then
    • able to pursue the spiritual into the material. As long as we merely
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    • father that belongs to his being. We can say that man descends from a
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • longer drew near him; he could no longer experience the god within
    • this possibility so long as it possessed its youthful forces. But in
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • to man at a time when the ancient inheritance no longer existed in
    • humanity, become something no longer human. After the turning point of
    • arose that man no longer needed to go out of himself in the one
    • Man in his development must no longer follow the course of
    • only by continuing along the paths of my own soul.”
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    • father that belongs to his being. We can say that man descends from a
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • longer drew near him; he could no longer experience the god within
    • this possibility so long as it possessed its youthful forces. But in
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • to man at a time when the ancient inheritance no longer existed in
    • humanity, become something no longer human. After the turning point of
    • arose that man no longer needed to go out of himself in the one
    • Man in his development must no longer follow the course of
    • only by continuing along the paths of my own soul.”
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • Just as on Earth we may long to know this mountain or that river, this
    • animal or yonder plant, so should we feel a longing to get to know the
    • long, long ago, the primeval wisdom — the original and sublime
    • Earth long before.
    • notably those belonging to our planetary system. And as concerns
    • explained in a lecture here not long ago
    • it, beginning long before. Something that happened, say, between your
    • transcending the mere earthly life, to which they properly belong. And
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
    • this remnant of an ancient wisdom no longer belongs, in the best sense
    • out. No longer have you any real knowledge of the Christ, for he alone
    • really is. Your European teachers no longer know it. Since the decline
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • Just as on Earth we may long to know this mountain or that river, this
    • animal or yonder plant, so should we feel a longing to get to know the
    • long, long ago, the primeval wisdom — the original and sublime
    • Earth long before.
    • notably those belonging to our planetary system. And as concerns
    • explained in a lecture here not long ago
    • it, beginning long before. Something that happened, say, between your
    • transcending the mere earthly life, to which they properly belong. And
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
    • this remnant of an ancient wisdom no longer belongs, in the best sense
    • out. No longer have you any real knowledge of the Christ, for he alone
    • really is. Your European teachers no longer know it. Since the decline
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • body not long dead and just beginning to decay. The procession halts before
    • that are active everywhere at the right moment; it belongs to the
    • that the sun journeys along triumphantly and is stronger than the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
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    • body not long dead and just beginning to decay. The procession halts before
    • that are active everywhere at the right moment; it belongs to the
    • that the sun journeys along triumphantly and is stronger than the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • longer be possible, for the etheric body will then no longer be
    • likely, many people may still come along and say: “This is not
    • fundamental laws, and when those people come along who say that we are
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • longer be possible, for the etheric body will then no longer be
    • likely, many people may still come along and say: “This is not
    • fundamental laws, and when those people come along who say that we are
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • that the weak etheric body is no longer fully able to direct the physical.
    • doubtless be a long time before leading educators will consider it
    • to make this experiment, it should not be prolonged because it would
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    • that the weak etheric body is no longer fully able to direct the physical.
    • doubtless be a long time before leading educators will consider it
    • to make this experiment, it should not be prolonged because it would
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    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • A febrile illness of prolonged duration which is marked by hectic
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    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • A febrile illness of prolonged duration which is marked by hectic
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    • mission of the peoples belonging chiefly to that stage of man's
    • to develop on the right lines so that our thoughts shall no longer be
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    • mission of the peoples belonging chiefly to that stage of man's
    • to develop on the right lines so that our thoughts shall no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • But as long as it is at all possible to establish, in the wider and
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • communities will no longer influence those who constitute the
    • fact that as modern souls we belong to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • “Athenian.” This community between city and what belonged
    • belonged to the Russian intellectuals, brought this to its ultimate
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • science. But be that as it may, the urge and the longing of the
    • for there along a false path, so must it be striven for in spiritual
    • science along the true path. What we should like to say to the East is
    • along the paths of spiritual science. We must try to create
    • communities in which the factor of blood no longer has a voice.
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    • But as long as it is at all possible to establish, in the wider and
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • communities will no longer influence those who constitute the
    • fact that as modern souls we belong to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • “Athenian.” This community between city and what belonged
    • belonged to the Russian intellectuals, brought this to its ultimate
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • science. But be that as it may, the urge and the longing of the
    • for there along a false path, so must it be striven for in spiritual
    • science along the true path. What we should like to say to the East is
    • along the paths of spiritual science. We must try to create
    • communities in which the factor of blood no longer has a voice.
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    • has been said recently that it is no longer possible to be a
    • longer exists. Thus, the would-be vegetarian, whether he likes it
    • as a vegetarian along with the herbivores. For in the last
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • obtained from plants. It would take too long to explain the
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • has been said recently that it is no longer possible to be a
    • longer exists. Thus, the would-be vegetarian, whether he likes it
    • as a vegetarian along with the herbivores. For in the last
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • obtained from plants. It would take too long to explain the
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • to study this Mystery of Golgotha — and the mystery of Christmas belongs to
    • that belongs to it as a mere metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient
    • locations, so that they belong to the earth for ever after.
    • that theology is completely permeated by Lucifer. It no longer sees into
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • to study this Mystery of Golgotha — and the mystery of Christmas belongs to
    • that belongs to it as a mere metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient
    • locations, so that they belong to the earth for ever after.
    • that theology is completely permeated by Lucifer. It no longer sees into
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • thread through long ages of our earth's planetary evolution, as we have
    • for instance, with the type of instinctive clairvoyance belonging to
    • If we consider a longer space of time from this point of view, we begin to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • conviction that man does not belong to the earth in the same sense as do
    • essential to our own day. It takes its place alongside the injunction
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    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • thread through long ages of our earth's planetary evolution, as we have
    • for instance, with the type of instinctive clairvoyance belonging to
    • If we consider a longer space of time from this point of view, we begin to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • conviction that man does not belong to the earth in the same sense as do
    • essential to our own day. It takes its place alongside the injunction
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • of him you see standing in front of you belongs entirely to this line. But
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • of the encircling air that work in man, forces that still belong to the earth,
    • planets and the planetary system belonging to these.
    • our present time — and the present extends over a long period of several
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • longing for super-sensible knowledge.
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • agreement that everything should be changed as long as nothing changes
    • improvement people long for today is of extremely abstract dimensions.
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
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    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • of him you see standing in front of you belongs entirely to this line. But
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • of the encircling air that work in man, forces that still belong to the earth,
    • planets and the planetary system belonging to these.
    • our present time — and the present extends over a long period of several
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • longing for super-sensible knowledge.
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • agreement that everything should be changed as long as nothing changes
    • improvement people long for today is of extremely abstract dimensions.
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • the shaping of the social order (whether belonging to the State or
    • against this. Our age is no longer able to divide people into classes
    • that his power to work is sold; in this way something belonging to him
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • long as we do not get rid of this view, we shall never be able to
    • because in our day a certain social order exists, an order belonging
    • Our relationships have become so complicated that we no longer pay
    • we are no longer in contact and about whom it is easier to be
    • we slumber along for hours, oblivious to the world — but the same
    • lectures which were given long before the war, but which provide
    • to establish united kingdoms, with decade-long calls for unity — but
    • notice is a conflict between those spiritual beings who belong to
    • which belong only to the spirit world, and those belonging to the
    • give rise to a nebulous longing and a desire for soul-warming,
    • take another human being along. Each one of us can therefore work for
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    • the shaping of the social order (whether belonging to the State or
    • against this. Our age is no longer able to divide people into classes
    • that his power to work is sold; in this way something belonging to him
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • long as we do not get rid of this view, we shall never be able to
    • because in our day a certain social order exists, an order belonging
    • Our relationships have become so complicated that we no longer pay
    • we are no longer in contact and about whom it is easier to be
    • we slumber along for hours, oblivious to the world — but the same
    • lectures which were given long before the war, but which provide
    • to establish united kingdoms, with decade-long calls for unity — but
    • notice is a conflict between those spiritual beings who belong to
    • which belong only to the spirit world, and those belonging to the
    • give rise to a nebulous longing and a desire for soul-warming,
    • take another human being along. Each one of us can therefore work for
  • Title: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • soul belonging to earlier centuries — by those decadent Nibelung
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • belong together, in spite of external unification. Inwardly, however,
    • inculcation of Greek culture. No spiritual life belonging
    • culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
    • loses the spirit. Along this path it is possible to become a truly
    • the globe? Up to a certain point of time, not long before the Mystery
    • to wane, and since then the souls have no longer been guided by racial
    • time are due to the fact that souls no longer concern themselves with
    • head; acts of perception, therefore, belong to the life of the nerves
    • — with the human beings belonging to it.
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    • soul belonging to earlier centuries — by those decadent Nibelung
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • belong together, in spite of external unification. Inwardly, however,
    • inculcation of Greek culture. No spiritual life belonging
    • culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
    • loses the spirit. Along this path it is possible to become a truly
    • the globe? Up to a certain point of time, not long before the Mystery
    • to wane, and since then the souls have no longer been guided by racial
    • time are due to the fact that souls no longer concern themselves with
    • head; acts of perception, therefore, belong to the life of the nerves
    • — with the human beings belonging to it.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • were through a gulf. We are no longer standing in the world with our
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • We no longer feel that at the moment of waking from sleep we summon
    • could the Greeks any longer see in the sun the actual source of Life;
    • fundamentally speaking, the sun was no longer regarded as anything but
    • utter a saying as untrue as Ex Oriente Lux. The light can no longer
    • germinate in the darkness, who longed to preserve the old instinctive
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    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • were through a gulf. We are no longer standing in the world with our
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • We no longer feel that at the moment of waking from sleep we summon
    • could the Greeks any longer see in the sun the actual source of Life;
    • fundamentally speaking, the sun was no longer regarded as anything but
    • utter a saying as untrue as Ex Oriente Lux. The light can no longer
    • germinate in the darkness, who longed to preserve the old instinctive
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    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • by giddiness and falling headlong into the abyss. They spoke too of
    • it with a heliocentric picture of the world. Man has now no longer the
    • Now it is well-known that no power on earth can withstand for long the
    • At this Threshold we shall no longer let our imagination run away with
    • Guardian. We must long to carry knowledge of the spirit into those
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
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    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • by giddiness and falling headlong into the abyss. They spoke too of
    • it with a heliocentric picture of the world. Man has now no longer the
    • Now it is well-known that no power on earth can withstand for long the
    • At this Threshold we shall no longer let our imagination run away with
    • Guardian. We must long to carry knowledge of the spirit into those
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
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    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
    • we no longer stand within the essential substance of truth. Only
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
    • we no longer stand within the essential substance of truth. Only
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    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • although they no longer had the old clairvoyance; gone also were their
    • essentially in that outer world belonging to the earth.
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
    • belonging to a much earlier period. There has been a retrogression
    • lands of others also. Heaven and earth belong to all in common. With
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • although they no longer had the old clairvoyance; gone also were their
    • essentially in that outer world belonging to the earth.
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
    • belonging to a much earlier period. There has been a retrogression
    • lands of others also. Heaven and earth belong to all in common. With
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the intellect belongs primarily to Woman, and feelings and passion to
    • terms of man and woman, male and female, but that, alongside the
    • Alongside this, of
    • and gives long speeches, who is truly a non-entity when one thinks of
    • longer be tempted to say that woman was a being without influence on
    • become something different. It is not so long ago that what today is
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • another inclination, one of the heart, a longing of the soul had to
    • biology. For, as long as people thought that decisions could not be
    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • those best acquainted with the needs and longing of our time, who
    • long as you check your vices simply by moral and legal maxims, you
    • each other out of the totality of human nature. As long as
    • that is no longer entrenched in what is material, what is external,
    • longer say: ‘The Eternal-feminine bears us aloft’, or
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    • the intellect belongs primarily to Woman, and feelings and passion to
    • terms of man and woman, male and female, but that, alongside the
    • Alongside this, of
    • and gives long speeches, who is truly a non-entity when one thinks of
    • longer be tempted to say that woman was a being without influence on
    • become something different. It is not so long ago that what today is
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • another inclination, one of the heart, a longing of the soul had to
    • biology. For, as long as people thought that decisions could not be
    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • those best acquainted with the needs and longing of our time, who
    • long as you check your vices simply by moral and legal maxims, you
    • each other out of the totality of human nature. As long as
    • that is no longer entrenched in what is material, what is external,
    • longer say: ‘The Eternal-feminine bears us aloft’, or
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    • the first centuries after Christ, no longer exist. They may exist, at
    • Being. Ahriman is a being who does not belong to our hierarchy.
    • gods, we might say that Ahriman has waited with longing for the
    • book in which he tried to prove that modern theology is no longer
    • evolution of the earth by the hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun,
    • period of time in which we can no longer know anything of the gods.
    • of secret societies, the members of which no longer understood the
    • meant that a divine wisdom no longer existed, for the Ahrimanic
    • one of those who belonged, in this sense, to the initiates. But
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    • the first centuries after Christ, no longer exist. They may exist, at
    • Being. Ahriman is a being who does not belong to our hierarchy.
    • gods, we might say that Ahriman has waited with longing for the
    • book in which he tried to prove that modern theology is no longer
    • evolution of the earth by the hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun,
    • period of time in which we can no longer know anything of the gods.
    • of secret societies, the members of which no longer understood the
    • meant that a divine wisdom no longer existed, for the Ahrimanic
    • one of those who belonged, in this sense, to the initiates. But
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    • construction in a sense-perceptible manner. This is no longer possible
    • sense-perceptible from something no longer sense-perceptible. This
    • longer there to control his wrong associations of ideas. Mathematical
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
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    • construction in a sense-perceptible manner. This is no longer possible
    • sense-perceptible from something no longer sense-perceptible. This
    • longer there to control his wrong associations of ideas. Mathematical
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
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    • relationships, Freemasonry. Freemasonry really belongs here, in spite
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    • soul-life, belong to the bodily life. Faculty of ideation dependent
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    • I said a long time ago, and I am always repeating it, that orthodox
    • clearly that along with the outer experience you have an inner one;
    • process of tasting goes through the entire organism, one is no longer
    • depths that mathematical thought comes, depths to which we no longer
    • perceptible physical organs. If we do that it will be a very long time
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    • which belong to the upper man, constituting man's essential
    • things had come to the point when men no longer knew what to make of
    • been lost. The argument takes its course no longer with ideas, but
    • consists in a vague longing; it is sometimes quite indefinable, but it
    • regard what belongs to this sphere (see
    • laws. All that exists of a more traditional nature, and belongs to
    • should no longer trust the divine spiritual powers when one gets to
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    • as belonging by their very nature to the life of both soul and body.
    • or lady sitting in it is carried along without having to make any
    • ideation belongs to the astral body. Thus the astral body creates its
    • will see how one can discover along these lines an intimate connection
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    • honestly incline to the Anthroposophical Movement, belong to these souls
    • that belong to the goals of existence.
    • the mood of soul that belongs to the Michael festival, then we can look up to
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    • honestly incline to the Anthroposophical Movement, belong to these souls
    • that belong to the goals of existence.
    • the mood of soul that belongs to the Michael festival, then we can look up to
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    • longer perceive it. In yonder world we are actually within human souls
    • be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
    • meaning for man so long as he has not developed his clairvoyant
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    • longer perceive it. In yonder world we are actually within human souls
    • be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
    • meaning for man so long as he has not developed his clairvoyant
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    • First the Egyptian age with all that belonged to it — and a great
    • deal belonged to it — then the Greco-Latin age with its great
    • belonging to the Roman Republic that one feels as if the ideal forms
    • thought, the content of a figure belonging to the Grecian States
    • this figure contains. The men belonging to Sparta or Athens felt that
    • stood upon his own two feet, no longer as one belonging to a certain
    • physical plane. To whom did this voice belong which could make itself
    • us today, but whom present day man sees no longer. The earth does not
    • times had the perception that belonged to earlier clairvoyance. In
    • victorious over death while in the body, belongs to the Gothic
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • conditions of existence were such as no longer or very seldom exist
    • too long, for then they do not rise at all above the sense conception;
    • but if you accustom children, to begin with, not for too long, to
    • When Isis was no longer the visible companion of humanity, when she
    • and had no longer sent its beams and currents to the earth? All life
    • evolves towards the future, and our epoch has still a long period to
  • 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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    • such an ego belonging to the animal kingdom a group-ego. The human ego
    • belongs to the fingers. This comparison brings us to the group-nature
    • being belonging to the ten fingers is hidden by the partition, so
    • clairvoyant somewhat as follows: Along the spine of the animal he sees
    • out the being of the earth, and belong to the whole organism of the
    • body playing round them; the blossoms, which long to absorb the soul
    • psychically in the plant, which longs for the soul of the light that
    • what I have just told you of its longing to absorb the soul of the
  • 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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    • field of activity that they no longer have need of a planet in order,
    • of fire; but the Spirits of Form no longer require our planetary
    • their dwelling-place, but were not sufficiently mature to go along
    • reached their present stage. There were also other Beings belonging to
    • completely changed. You can think of it in this way: as long as the
    • ego-consciousness, for as long as one cannot perceive an outer world
    • Try to picture vividly and exactly what happened next. So long as the
    • perceived Osiris no longer, and because of the cloudy envelope
    • sought that ancient Osiris with longing.
    • very long periods, even down to the latter part of the Atlantean
    • Then began the search, the longing of humanity for its ancient power,
  • 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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    • sketchy it is if we cast a glance over his long, very long, evolution.
    • which as you know had departed along with the most advanced of the
    • it belongs to those backward plant-animals of the Moon period, which
    • recognized in Loki a power still belonging to those forces which
    • served by a being belonging to himself. This legend has its origin
    • For long, long periods of time, alternating states of clear and dim
    • stronger forces to its creatures, man along with all the other beings
    • longer period by the ancient Moon it could not have acted so
    • as long as the inquirer has not risen to a spiritual observation of
    • and one then inquires no longer: Why are they doing this? But one
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    • high stage of development that they could no longer make use of the
    • If you go back to a time long before the great catastrophe swept
    • Spirits of Form had completed the construction of his form. So long as
    • from the ever working Forces of Form, that they were no longer so
    • did not remain long enough in the bosom of those Divine beings whom we
    • There was a long period in human evolution when through these
    • Luciferic beings began their work as long before the middle of the
    • belonging to one another. Everything loves that has had love implanted
    • hence the feeling of belonging one to another. Jehovah produced order
    • The Luciferic beings had prepared man for this through very long
    • they are no longer suited. A time came when there was less moisture in
    • the air, when climatic conditions changed and were no longer adapted
    • soft long enough for it to become available as an instrument of higher
    • Ireland of today; those who had kept themselves pliant the longest.
    • pliant the longest.
    • certain things he was indeed backward, but he belonged to those who
    • had kept supple and plastic the longest. All this is wonderfully
    • (1) The Zeus type, to which belong the Gods grouped round Zeus.
    • (3) The faun type. This type belongs to a still older humanity, and
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    • present, but through inner powers he could elongate or shorten them,
    • lasted for a long, a very long, time. When we go back still further we
    • development, and because of this the present lion has no longer the
    • genus that branched off from the human long ages ago. In the various
    • now wonder no longer that so many animal and animal-headed shapes
    • long after-development. Were we to select a characteristic form which
    • separation from the sun; reminds us that at one time we belonged to
    • for it belongs to the most elementary teaching of Anthroposophy; we
    • This symbol did not appear suddenly. Long before the coming of Christ
    • then, but it exists; it is the form which belonged to man before the
    • It very frequently happened that, long before the physical, etheric
    • their soul and spirit-principles. These, when they had belonged to
    • belonging to Venus and Mercury who interposed into human existence and
    • indicated the nature of this Impulse when we spoke about the long
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • the moon-plus-earth, man continued to dwell for a long period upon the
    • earth-beings he bears along with him; for when man has become powerful
    • he will draw other earth-beings along with him. What will happen then?
    • intelligence — but wasps knew how to do it long before man. A
    • paper. These group-souls possessed long ago something which human
    • form, a feeling of “belonging to each other” which,
    • spiritual, and through this man will also draw along with him the
    • investigate the other planets belonging to our system, we find in all
    • those belonging to our sun a vegetable kingdom entirely corresponding
    • belonging to the solar system. When we allow our thoughts to sweep
    • as long as your eyes are turned to it you know that you are in
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    • human kingdom to which he himself belonged there were other kingdoms
    • we are tired because all day long we have been destroying them.
    • are not inactive; all night long they send their forces into the
    • no longer rise by means of his dim clairvoyant consciousness, could no
    • longer descend, or reach the sphere of humanity. Throughout the
    • express it, because they could no longer find the way to man.
    • longer make himself so generally known as before. There were people in
    • it no longer.” This loss filled their hearts with sorrow; they
    • longed for the spiritual world from which they had come and which they
    • longing to enter again into the spiritual world was too strong. Hence
    • in the first age of civilization the people were filled with longing
    • last remnants of which are to be found in the Vedas; in it the longing
    • The longing to fly from the physical world into which they had entered
    • regarded the physical plane as something real. It no longer appeared
    • condition of the people was such that they no longer regarded what is
    • significant document regarding long-past events and also those that
    • longest behind in the emigration from West to East, met in Asia Minor
    • physical plane was only seen as Maya, and a longing for the past
  • 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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    • he felt: “From Him I have come; I belong to Him.” This was
    • individuality known as Sig appeared for long after the Atlantean
    • longer possible, in a later age, for such spiritual beings to
    • form before he could recognize Him, for he could no longer penetrate
    • Because man had conquered so much of the physical plane he longed to
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    • the civilizations of the different nations belonging to the
    • So long as the earth was a part of the sun, high Sun-Spirits were
    • exalted Beings had gradually faded, step by step, along with the sun,
    • from the consciousness of man. Human consciousness was no longer
    • A man who belonged to Grecian civilization was incapable as yet of
    • appear in the sixth; and things belonging to the first epoch will
    • longer quite correct; even in Theosophical handbooks great mistakes
    • and in our own epoch the idea of race will gradually disappear along
    • — a question full of longing, of expectation, and of future
    • from longing; this is also a saying of clairvoyants. A form appears to
    • entered alongside the comprehension of what was spiritual. This
    • however, lost, and there was no longer any hope that they could
    • arise without long preparation, — and if we are to understand how
    • striving, a mighty longing towards a cultural impulse? The Egyptians
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    • no longer express their true nature — they may indeed become the
    • adherents of other forms of belief and satisfy the longings of western
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    • they were merely fidgety, cried, and so forth. As long as the child
    • the more this convolution receives definite shape. As long as the
    • that as long as the baby's breathing merely pushes blood into the
    • answer; you can think about why languages are different as long as
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    • they were merely fidgety, cried, and so forth. As long as the child
    • the more this convolution receives definite shape. As long as the
    • that as long as the baby's breathing merely pushes blood into the
    • answer; you can think about why languages are different as long as
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    • belongs. It does not do so if today, as an atavistic vision, it is
    • Then it no longer has the character of pretending to be the same as a
    • which still belongs to the sense of taste, and this accompanies the
    • working only as ordinary life-processes belonging to the physical
    • far that he begins to sweat, this goes too far; it does not belong to
    • that we no longer follow a rigid logical necessity when we think but
    • transcended. Then it is no longer the needs of the senses which bring
    • compulsion, for they are ensouled and spiritualised. A man no longer
    • philosophy was developed more or less out of concepts, longings were
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • aesthetic attitude of mind or aesthetic creativity a man no longer
    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
    • it could have come into existence only along with boughs and blossoms
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    • belongs. It does not do so if today, as an atavistic vision, it is
    • Then it no longer has the character of pretending to be the same as a
    • which still belongs to the sense of taste, and this accompanies the
    • working only as ordinary life-processes belonging to the physical
    • far that he begins to sweat, this goes too far; it does not belong to
    • that we no longer follow a rigid logical necessity when we think but
    • transcended. Then it is no longer the needs of the senses which bring
    • compulsion, for they are ensouled and spiritualised. A man no longer
    • philosophy was developed more or less out of concepts, longings were
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • aesthetic attitude of mind or aesthetic creativity a man no longer
    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
    • it could have come into existence only along with boughs and blossoms
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    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • society. But this was no longer effective. In those days beautiful,
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • belongs to social rights — not private rights and not penal law,
    • which belong to the spiritual life — all these belong to the
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    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • society. But this was no longer effective. In those days beautiful,
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • belongs to social rights — not private rights and not penal law,
    • which belong to the spiritual life — all these belong to the
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    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • our theory of evolution have been able to develop so entirely along
    • consciousness as long as we do not pay attention to the actual process
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
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    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • our theory of evolution have been able to develop so entirely along
    • consciousness as long as we do not pay attention to the actual process
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
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    • belongs, not to the Earth alone, but to the Cosmos beyond the Earth.
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    • breathing belongs — and with the breathing the activity of speech
    • long as we possess the etheric body. In the same manner he who has
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • again with the same intensity. Whatever a man has gone through belongs
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • away. The old instinctive clairvoyance is no longer there. In the
    • characteristic, for what it amounts to in the long run is that these
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    • long as we possess the etheric body. In the same manner he who has
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • again with the same intensity. Whatever a man has gone through belongs
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • away. The old instinctive clairvoyance is no longer there. In the
    • characteristic, for what it amounts to in the long run is that these
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    • do not turn their attention away from it long enough to be constantly
    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
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    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • something that has belonged to Freemasonry. Freemasonry did indeed urge its
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • paths along which his “ I ” unfolds, and to regard his deeds,
    • on-streaming flow of human karma — this belongs to the First Degree.
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • something that has belonged to Freemasonry. Freemasonry did indeed urge its
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • paths along which his “ I ” unfolds, and to regard his deeds,
    • on-streaming flow of human karma — this belongs to the First Degree.
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    • in its settlements, one of which is that of Alba Longa. (south of
    • as in Troy or Alba Longa, or in the theocratic State, Palestine. But
    • working together with Alba Longa, the priestly State, had brought Rome
    • Fifth Root Race in matters of detail. Guidance is given along general
    • Africa, agriculture. Alba Longa, Aryan, Atlantean,
    • Alba Longa,
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    • as in Troy or Alba Longa, or in the theocratic State, Palestine. But
    • working together with Alba Longa, the priestly State, had brought Rome
    • Fifth Root Race in matters of detail. Guidance is given along general
    • Africa, agriculture. Alba Longa, Aryan, Atlantean,
    • Alba Longa,
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    • of the way in which man is regarded at the present day. For a long
    • long run, when people say, either out of some inner perception or out
    • science comes along and by one means or another — and it is
    • so long as we are trying to understand the human being by the methods
    • that Saturn, for example, with its immense orbit, takes a long time,
    • Suppose we are looking at Saturn, the planet that has the longest way
    • to go and needs the longest time in which to complete his orbit. The
    • on, all along the lines of the nervous system. Then at certain places
    • drawn into our picture is none other than the path along which the
    • belong to it, we can advance a step further in our knowledge of man's
    • by the Exusiai, Kyriotetes and Dynamis. Then we no longer regard the
    • however, in all healthy minds a longing to know more, a longing to
    • looked into a mirror or at a photograph of himself, is no longer
    • may stand in the Sun for as long as he will, his hair and so forth
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    • countenance, — everything that belongs to the human form, man
    • possible any longer between them. For what each man is, and what his
    • now, in a way that belongs to the life after death, to have
    • belongs. It is of course an existence that is of the
    • when human beings who belong together approach the spiritual Sun, The
    • To form a true conception of the Sun, we must think along the
    • impressions we receive are no longer impressions of Earth. We have
    • for a long time after one has entered upon this sphere of existence;
    • degree in which they belong together, souls unite in working at the
    • belonging to this region. You must, of course, understand that all
    • but by all those human beings who belong together. The degree in which
    • human beings who belong together by destiny. This is a work that is
    • another, to which our ether body belongs, that pervades and permeates
    • perceptible, belongs, for example, all that streams to us in the light
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    • belonging to worlds beyond the Earth. Then, in the second lecture we
    • gate of death has been passed, they can no longer be concealed. There
    • was given long since to men on Earth by these great, superhuman
    • that he is seeing himself along with them, then he and they
    • understand why these beings have not long ago given up all hope of
    • connection between those Ahrimanic beings who belong chiefly to the
    • and is no longer understood. Once upon a time, in the old
    • the Earth and went to the Colony of the Moon. As long as the primeval
    • the next sphere, where he lives among Beings who also belong to the
    • to one anew when one finds that men had this same knowledge long ago
    • world would become foreign to him during the long journey between
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    • that only so long as we remain in the actual environment of the Earth
    • and comes to resemble the beings who belong to the super-sensible
    • actual experience is any longer connected with words. If we wanted to
    • no longer associated with speech; it has become a mere matter of
    • borne along on the surging waves of speech. To-day we have come to the
    • no longer any soul in them, any life, — nay, are not even
    • longer possible, you must remember, to speak of man in his
    • — all these happenings and processes take a very long time, and
    • long before man enters upon earthly existence he experiences, as we
    • further back, through many centuries; for long before a human being is
    • what was on Earth long ago. For now the period of time that man spends
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    • this experience of oneness with the silicious rock, we no longer see
    • can go on to attain the knowledge that belongs to Inspiration. Through
    • essential being of man. Man belongs to the worlds of the stars and to
    • within you, memories which bear on their wings many an event of long
    • the course of your life, maybe with many a one long since gone hence.
    • spoken of a great deal. Nowadays people read what was written long ago
    • this too I wanted to speak to you, for it belongs essentially in our
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    • without further ado, such problems would no longer exist. Their
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • unconscious way, something arises which indeed belongs to the
    • walking along a road and comes to a mountain. He passes into a
    • such dream pictures is no longer allowed and, existing wholly
    • pictures, these are no longer arbitrary pictures but are such
    • belong to a cosmic world just as they belong to the world in
    • are revealed the deeds of cosmic beings who belong to the
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • in the Christ-force. No matter whether a man belongs to this or
    • beings who belong to the higher hierarchies is that they are
    • antitype in the man who has become god, who, mortal no longer,
    • things belong to World Mysteries which now, in this age when
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    • without further ado, such problems would no longer exist. Their
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • unconscious way, something arises which indeed belongs to the
    • walking along a road and comes to a mountain. He passes into a
    • such dream pictures is no longer allowed and, existing wholly
    • pictures, these are no longer arbitrary pictures but are such
    • belong to a cosmic world just as they belong to the world in
    • are revealed the deeds of cosmic beings who belong to the
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • in the Christ-force. No matter whether a man belongs to this or
    • beings who belong to the higher hierarchies is that they are
    • antitype in the man who has become god, who, mortal no longer,
    • things belong to World Mysteries which now, in this age when
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    • rooted in the very existence and being of man himself. They belong to
    • during sleep, these streams can be followed further along their course
    • perceived as belonging to the interior of man. It speaks indeed
    • who for the earth has died. For this being no longer has physical ears
    • belonging to the Hierarchy of the Dynamis. Through this is developed,
    • are real. But they could no longer be distinguished. And so they were
    • As long as man stands upon Earth, he lives among the revelations of
    • garment, the individual Spirits belonging to a higher world. Then man
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    • rooted in the very existence and being of man himself. They belong to
    • during sleep, these streams can be followed further along their course
    • perceived as belonging to the interior of man. It speaks indeed
    • who for the earth has died. For this being no longer has physical ears
    • belonging to the Hierarchy of the Dynamis. Through this is developed,
    • are real. But they could no longer be distinguished. And so they were
    • As long as man stands upon Earth, he lives among the revelations of
    • garment, the individual Spirits belonging to a higher world. Then man
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    • Being must not be sought in the region to which man belongs as a
    • His own development while man had long since descended into the
    • long since been the scene of man’s material evolution.
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • those things to which for so long in the 19th century they were
    • to submit for a long time in order that the final act carried out by
    • spiritual world and the human soul belongs to it. When this
    • history. So long as man does not believe that at a certain point of
    • Nazareth; so long as he does not believe that mighty forces stream
    • so long will he fail to understand the significance of the Christ
    • the Powers to which man belongs in his deepest being. This, then, was
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
    • education. He will no longer merely believe that Natural Science
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
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    • Being must not be sought in the region to which man belongs as a
    • His own development while man had long since descended into the
    • long since been the scene of man’s material evolution.
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • those things to which for so long in the 19th century they were
    • to submit for a long time in order that the final act carried out by
    • spiritual world and the human soul belongs to it. When this
    • history. So long as man does not believe that at a certain point of
    • Nazareth; so long as he does not believe that mighty forces stream
    • so long will he fail to understand the significance of the Christ
    • the Powers to which man belongs in his deepest being. This, then, was
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
    • education. He will no longer merely believe that Natural Science
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
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    • later on broke off along their several paths. Music and dramatic
    • the deeds of Beings belonging to an unknown world through the dramatic
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
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    • later on broke off along their several paths. Music and dramatic
    • the deeds of Beings belonging to an unknown world through the dramatic
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
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    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • Plato and Aristotle. He said: Plato belonged to an epoch when many
    • revelation of the Divine-Spiritual. Aristotle could no longer
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • abstraction had crept into Roman culture, a spirit no longer capable
    • have no longer any inkling to-day of the wisdom that lived in the
    • longer believe that a man could be inspired by the Divine Spirit and
    • demons Gods. Men were no longer capable of distinguishing between Gods
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    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • Plato and Aristotle. He said: Plato belonged to an epoch when many
    • revelation of the Divine-Spiritual. Aristotle could no longer
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • abstraction had crept into Roman culture, a spirit no longer capable
    • have no longer any inkling to-day of the wisdom that lived in the
    • longer believe that a man could be inspired by the Divine Spirit and
    • demons Gods. Men were no longer capable of distinguishing between Gods
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    • with the Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the Angeloi. These
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
    • birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory existence the
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • we carry along with us into the spiritual world when we pass through
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    • with the Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the Angeloi. These
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
    • birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory existence the
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • we carry along with us into the spiritual world when we pass through
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    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • differences belong to another field of study. We also come across
    • longer be influenced by anything else. For the etheric body is
    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • body, believing that we carry it about as something that belongs to
    • belong to us — then the whole essence of the Angeloi,
    • mould in the shape of thoughts belong to us. But what we thus
    • actions fulfilled by spiritual Beings belonging to the higher
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • what we have brought along with us through the work done upon our
    • always so within the human race. It is not so long ago that the
    • being, with Beings belonging to the higher kingdoms. We may
    • not the air belong to the physical body in the same way as the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • presence and the very people may be sitting there, who belong to the
    • present is the following one: — General opinions existed long
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    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • differences belong to another field of study. We also come across
    • longer be influenced by anything else. For the etheric body is
    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • body, believing that we carry it about as something that belongs to
    • belong to us — then the whole essence of the Angeloi,
    • mould in the shape of thoughts belong to us. But what we thus
    • actions fulfilled by spiritual Beings belonging to the higher
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • what we have brought along with us through the work done upon our
    • always so within the human race. It is not so long ago that the
    • being, with Beings belonging to the higher kingdoms. We may
    • not the air belong to the physical body in the same way as the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • presence and the very people may be sitting there, who belong to the
    • present is the following one: — General opinions existed long
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • undertake it. The Emperor's second wife longs to have a
    • priest of Midian, who came to Moses by the well belonging to their
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • undertake it. The Emperor's second wife longs to have a
    • priest of Midian, who came to Moses by the well belonging to their
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • meaning which belongs to the Mystery of Golgotha, the Being from a
    • intellectual abstraction. We can no longer feel our way into the
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • longing for that World.
    • the Gate of Death, conscious of immortality. And you will no longer
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • meaning which belongs to the Mystery of Golgotha, the Being from a
    • intellectual abstraction. We can no longer feel our way into the
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • longing for that World.
    • the Gate of Death, conscious of immortality. And you will no longer
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    • feeling is present in him that he belongs to a spiritual world and
    • when we are studying some deep-seated change in speech are so long
    • with long epochs of time when we are considering the evolution of
    • lives the Genius of language. And the Genius of Language belongs
    • very being of higher Hierarchies than themselves. So long as it all
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • Inspiration lasts a longer, in another a shorter, time. In one
    • Then we come into a time when it is no longer so that the Archangel
    • The Archangels, who belong to the Third Hierarchy, received
    • carried on into the future. There was no longer any immediate and
    • the same time paralysed, it no longer retained the livingness it had
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    • feeling is present in him that he belongs to a spiritual world and
    • when we are studying some deep-seated change in speech are so long
    • with long epochs of time when we are considering the evolution of
    • lives the Genius of language. And the Genius of Language belongs
    • very being of higher Hierarchies than themselves. So long as it all
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • Inspiration lasts a longer, in another a shorter, time. In one
    • Then we come into a time when it is no longer so that the Archangel
    • The Archangels, who belong to the Third Hierarchy, received
    • carried on into the future. There was no longer any immediate and
    • the same time paralysed, it no longer retained the livingness it had
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • the present state of affairs in the world. For long ages now, Western
    • there had dwelt a Being belonging to the ranks of the Aeons, a Being
    • to their study of a mystery of this character have long since passed
    • this too has passed away. There is no longer any direct experience of
    • civilisation no longer than the first three, or rather no longer than
    • By that time the minds of men were no longer capable of rising to the
    • Forces belonging in truth to the world of the Pleroma were dragged
    • to evolve in the souls of the men of Europe. So long as they adhered
    • of beings belonging to an astral world — beings who attracted
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    • the present state of affairs in the world. For long ages now, Western
    • there had dwelt a Being belonging to the ranks of the Aeons, a Being
    • to their study of a mystery of this character have long since passed
    • this too has passed away. There is no longer any direct experience of
    • civilisation no longer than the first three, or rather no longer than
    • By that time the minds of men were no longer capable of rising to the
    • Forces belonging in truth to the world of the Pleroma were dragged
    • to evolve in the souls of the men of Europe. So long as they adhered
    • of beings belonging to an astral world — beings who attracted
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    • inasmuch as he has an etheric body, belongs to the elemental world.
    • which we are through our etheric body, this is no longer the case in
    • belonging to it, like the planets to the Sun. These elemental beings,
    • Through the fact that we are etheric beings, we belong to an
    • Through the fact that as ether-beings we belong to the elemental
    • beings of soul, and all the beings who belong to the higher
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • belongs to his very being to do so, just as it belongs to our being
    • this belongs to his very being, it hurts the dead man infinitely
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • carry it out; he was not able to do so. It is no longer in his
    • astral body — when he has laid aside the astral. Not long after
    • Now, as we know, when man has been still longer dead, he will have
    • planets belonging to the solar system proper.
    • of men who died long ago and who work into us. Altogether, the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • kingdom, come into us along with other experiences of soul —
    • world as such — this we no longer perceive at all, as you are
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
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    • inasmuch as he has an etheric body, belongs to the elemental world.
    • which we are through our etheric body, this is no longer the case in
    • belonging to it, like the planets to the Sun. These elemental beings,
    • Through the fact that we are etheric beings, we belong to an
    • Through the fact that as ether-beings we belong to the elemental
    • beings of soul, and all the beings who belong to the higher
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • belongs to his very being to do so, just as it belongs to our being
    • this belongs to his very being, it hurts the dead man infinitely
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • carry it out; he was not able to do so. It is no longer in his
    • astral body — when he has laid aside the astral. Not long after
    • Now, as we know, when man has been still longer dead, he will have
    • planets belonging to the solar system proper.
    • of men who died long ago and who work into us. Altogether, the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • kingdom, come into us along with other experiences of soul —
    • world as such — this we no longer perceive at all, as you are
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
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    • belong indeed to the realm of the modern superficial judgment which
    • belonging to the Egyptian culture. I have already called your
    • they developed a knowledge which had a longing to know the deeper
    • a long time for the corpse. She found the body at last in Phoenicia,
    • through whom the Greeks learnt of Osiris, he is no longer the God of
    • soon as one takes these ideas together, one is no longer inclined to
    • death. The race to which Zeus belongs is a race of Gods for the
    • mind's eye to the world to which man belongs between birth and death
    • all the brothers and sisters and so on who belonged to them. From
    • Rhea belonged, but above all Oceanus. As you know, through certain
    • younger, Chronos and Rhea with all that belongs to it. You know too
    • we have Hera and Zeus with all that belongs to them with all the
    • ancient ruler of a long-past age. Please note that I have not said
    • lived in long gone-by ages. For the kind of connection for Zeus and
    • being of man — but who then went on working no longer as an
    • longer a ruler who can be possessed by Zeus, but that Zeus only rules
    • human bodies. For human bodies are no longer adapted to Imaginations.
    • who can have Imaginations, while we no longer can have them. The
    • of course, that is long past and in the time of the Greeks it was
    • ... now (in the Egyptian Osiris-culture) one can no longer look to a
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    • Post-Atlantean epoch this was no longer so in the full sense, but the
    • sure is still directed to the super-sensible, but will no longer
    • longer there. These things naturally come about in such a way as to
    • is really a reproduction of Imaginations only belonged to
    • that which has become the abstract script. This no longer expresses
    • things that have remained behind is the attachment in longing and
    • longing? When man develops to excess this national feeling, this
    • longer in our present age be kept under lock and key. Certain
    • ordering in the heavens. Today where there is no longer such ordering
    • only a name in my head? Today people no longer reflect on such
    • longer in the sign of Aries, in which the Sun stood at the beginning
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    • of the transitional humanity to which we still belong.
    • most important of their arts, who ruled in Egypt throughout long
    • then I have one franc. I believe it. So long as I only know that I
    • philosophical concepts are actually merely words, that they no longer
    • clings to the symbol, the owl (Eule). And mankind no longer
    • sound into these; they may no longer echo one-sidedly into the human
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    • is to be regarded as belonging to it. (This arises from reasons which
    • of you.) Cancer is to be regarded as belonging particularly to the
    • then existed which in later, corrupt ages was no longer there.
    • as long as the Vernal Equinox continued to be in Gemini, we have
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • civilization for so long — inattentiveness, absence of will —
    • could long since have been sundered from his shoulders. For in
    • be long before his head ... would be off his shoulders. But
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    • capable of development for a much longer time. He remained so into
    • blooming of soul qualities, which man can feel no longer. Yes,
    • relatively not such a very long time.
    • themselves from the spirit what is no longer given by nature. I
    • hand of its own freewill what nature no longer provides. We dare not
    • actually atheistic. And the various churches try to get along well
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • need ten, many fifteen, many fifty, many so long that they can no
    • longer experience it in this incarnation. You see how little people's
    • old that I can no longer hold my lectures.’ He was old and
    • me, I shall still lecture for many long years!’ But Michelet
    • cares to take up in the same way in later life, when he no longer
    • the later editions of his books, because he himself no longer took
    • things belong to one another; they must work together in life.
    • perhaps longer than five years to see that. But precisely because of
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    • before our eyes as man, and all that belongs to it, is none the less
    • rest of the human being can furnish with its long development in the
    • We need much longer to
    • flexible one's whole life through. And one needs just as much longer
    • to change head-knowledge into heart-knowledge as one lives longer
    • pointed this out yesterday — no longer pay attention to what
    • of these things, however, in difficult concepts. For as long as
    • of man is planned for a longer life time, and continually sends its
    • forces to the head after the twenty-seventh year, do we live as long
    • belonging to the French nation. There is this peculiarity, my dear
    • no longer be possible merely from physical plane relations to
    • powerful feelings of hatred. It will no longer be possible to
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    • it does not belong to the chemical elements, streams in continuously
    • a long time we live as souls between death and rebirth before we
    • lived through, when in fact the head has long since lost its
    • as we always carry within us something belonging to the next life,
    • still to fulfil on earth as long as earth exists. But we are involved
    • belongs to the future. In the human race itself rests the future of
    • had obtained his pension, since at seventy-two he no longer felt
    • things were still known atavistically, but people no longer attach a
    • longer knew why it was so, and the teachers who dealt with these
    • frame of mind of modern men. The feelings of modern men lie along
    • who are of opinion that this war must continue as long as
    • whereas today they can do so no longer. For what comes in ceases in
    • relatively early youth. As I have said, the head no longer stands in
    • course, long since possessed closed skulls, but in the Mysteries
    • sifted to the last vestige of spirituality. It belonged to the quite
    • peculiar sentence ‘One must prolong this war as long as
    • event for humanity. Men no longer find from out their soul the
    • longer to have faith in the becoming older, if he wanted to stop
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    • another kind of longing. Although it has a longing for the astral
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • are no longer interested in thinking in clear concepts — it is
    • underlies our inner being, we no longer speak in the Kantian fashion,
    • prevailing method — a people belonging to a certain locality on
    • who belonged to the time of the migrations of the peoples and also
    • remain longer than usual in the spirit world between death and a net
    • part of humanity had to spend a long time in the life between death
    • longing to penetrate full reality. Today there still exists a strong
    • the depths of human souls, the longing is already prevalent to go
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • It will no longer be able to live with the old picture of the world!
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    • another kind of longing. Although it has a longing for the astral
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • are no longer interested in thinking in clear concepts — it is
    • underlies our inner being, we no longer speak in the Kantian fashion,
    • prevailing method — a people belonging to a certain locality on
    • who belonged to the time of the migrations of the peoples and also
    • remain longer than usual in the spirit world between death and a net
    • part of humanity had to spend a long time in the life between death
    • longing to penetrate full reality. Today there still exists a strong
    • the depths of human souls, the longing is already prevalent to go
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • It will no longer be able to live with the old picture of the world!
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    • as belonging to the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi — the Archangels.
    • need, something they long to experience.
    • life, unfolded love for his fellow men — a faculty that belongs
    • and understanding that belong to the heart.) becomes free only
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    • as belonging to the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi — the Archangels.
    • need, something they long to experience.
    • life, unfolded love for his fellow men — a faculty that belongs
    • and understanding that belong to the heart.) becomes free only
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    • longing to go to Italy seizes him and his whole outlook changes in a
    • to work again upon his drama, the Spirit of the Earth is no longer
    • strongly Goethe's soul longed for Greece. Goethe himself is an
    • they were later on, and when a short syllable following a long, two
    • short syllables following a long, or series of short syllables
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • That which in the song of birds ripples along the surface like the
    • those who perceive that changes in the constitution of the soul belong
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    • longing to go to Italy seizes him and his whole outlook changes in a
    • to work again upon his drama, the Spirit of the Earth is no longer
    • strongly Goethe's soul longed for Greece. Goethe himself is an
    • they were later on, and when a short syllable following a long, two
    • short syllables following a long, or series of short syllables
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • That which in the song of birds ripples along the surface like the
    • those who perceive that changes in the constitution of the soul belong
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • I can do is to indicate the lines and directions along which proof
    • path of knowledge along which the higher, super-sensible worlds are
    • and disciplined thought with which natural science has for so long
    • upon a long past childhood by the material world of sense.
    • These are the two pitfalls lying ahead of us when, in our longing to
    • longer need to come to a halt within the material world of sense, for
    • intensified. But before long it will be noticed that something very
    • made along the path to the super-sensible worlds. This is achieved
    • exercises have been practised for a long time, the point is reached
    • that the material world of sense is no longer around us ... it is no
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • Again as the result of deliberate and systematic steps taken along
    • the course of life. What has long since become the past, has long ago
    • Those who grasp the full import of these thoughts will no longer
    • actually a deep and intense longing, it is none other than experience
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • I can do is to indicate the lines and directions along which proof
    • path of knowledge along which the higher, super-sensible worlds are
    • and disciplined thought with which natural science has for so long
    • upon a long past childhood by the material world of sense.
    • These are the two pitfalls lying ahead of us when, in our longing to
    • longer need to come to a halt within the material world of sense, for
    • intensified. But before long it will be noticed that something very
    • made along the path to the super-sensible worlds. This is achieved
    • exercises have been practised for a long time, the point is reached
    • that the material world of sense is no longer around us ... it is no
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • Again as the result of deliberate and systematic steps taken along
    • the course of life. What has long since become the past, has long ago
    • Those who grasp the full import of these thoughts will no longer
    • actually a deep and intense longing, it is none other than experience
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • longer be experienced. What the Gnostics set forth, contains, as it
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • longer be grasped. To begin with, these truths had to be protected as
    • knowledge which could no longer be grasped to its full extent: the
    • Even if the human beings are no longer fully conscious of them, they
    • acquiring a more and more positive character. It was no longer
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • longer be experienced. What the Gnostics set forth, contains, as it
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • longer be grasped. To begin with, these truths had to be protected as
    • knowledge which could no longer be grasped to its full extent: the
    • Even if the human beings are no longer fully conscious of them, they
    • acquiring a more and more positive character. It was no longer
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • many others. But he also said something else. You see, he belonged to
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • towards its end. Intellectualism and materialism belong
    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • have death within us continually, and when we are no longer able to
    • straggler along the path of ancient wisdom, has declared that
    • remedies which should always be there. So long as we do not speak in
    • this manner and so long as this is not grasped, we shall only speak
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • many others. But he also said something else. You see, he belonged to
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • towards its end. Intellectualism and materialism belong
    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • have death within us continually, and when we are no longer able to
    • straggler along the path of ancient wisdom, has declared that
    • remedies which should always be there. So long as we do not speak in
    • this manner and so long as this is not grasped, we shall only speak
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • human being, who then continues along the path which he must tread
    • spiritual world. Afterwards, however, as he continues along his path
    • furniture van had been seen for a long time, or perhaps never at all,
    • the following case: You see a man, who is walking along the bank of a
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • say: The whole day long the sun shone over that region of the earth,
    • that region on which the sun shone the whole day long. And now it is
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
    • body the imagination of that part of the universe which belongs, to
    • As a physical being man belongs to the earth, and just as truly does
    • he belong to the heavens as an etheric being. We can only use our
    • But when an etheric body belonging to a youthful body passes through
    • natural science thinks. Other wars belonging to the past, require to
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    • human being, who then continues along the path which he must tread
    • spiritual world. Afterwards, however, as he continues along his path
    • furniture van had been seen for a long time, or perhaps never at all,
    • the following case: You see a man, who is walking along the bank of a
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • say: The whole day long the sun shone over that region of the earth,
    • that region on which the sun shone the whole day long. And now it is
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
    • body the imagination of that part of the universe which belongs, to
    • As a physical being man belongs to the earth, and just as truly does
    • he belong to the heavens as an etheric being. We can only use our
    • But when an etheric body belonging to a youthful body passes through
    • natural science thinks. Other wars belonging to the past, require to
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • Boehme there resounds a kind of longing to know the universe in man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • was no longer living in the experiences of the soul. Bacon stands as
    • indicates the lines along which natural science must evolve, how it
    • was no longer the slightest inkling of the way in which the being of
    • obliged more and more to turn to external nature. It was no longer an
    • The radical change to this condition wherein men no longer
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • knowledge, to see that which is not of the earth, which belongs to a
    • longer about pre-existence. And so they laid it down as a dogma that
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
    • again in nature outside. For a long time there had been Initiates who
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    • Boehme there resounds a kind of longing to know the universe in man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • was no longer living in the experiences of the soul. Bacon stands as
    • indicates the lines along which natural science must evolve, how it
    • was no longer the slightest inkling of the way in which the being of
    • obliged more and more to turn to external nature. It was no longer an
    • The radical change to this condition wherein men no longer
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • knowledge, to see that which is not of the earth, which belongs to a
    • longer about pre-existence. And so they laid it down as a dogma that
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
    • again in nature outside. For a long time there had been Initiates who
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • is a long time since we saw one another in Holland.
    • from a long study of the spiritual science of Anthroposophy. We know
    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • man sways either towards the longing for an extensive knowledge of
    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • longer able to understand anything. Hypochondria for instance, means
    • Theo-Logy: a mere logical way of grasping the divine, no longer a
    • that has been declared to be the devil for a long, long time, within
    • seen in Dante, something that could no longer be experienced by the
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • being. We bring it along with us into our present incarnation. During
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
    • socially and belongs to a lower class or caste, it is his Karma and
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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    • is a long time since we saw one another in Holland.
    • from a long study of the spiritual science of Anthroposophy. We know
    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • man sways either towards the longing for an extensive knowledge of
    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • longer able to understand anything. Hypochondria for instance, means
    • Theo-Logy: a mere logical way of grasping the divine, no longer a
    • that has been declared to be the devil for a long, long time, within
    • seen in Dante, something that could no longer be experienced by the
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • being. We bring it along with us into our present incarnation. During
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
    • socially and belongs to a lower class or caste, it is his Karma and
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • fulfils his rightful evolution, man will no longer tread the earth by
    • women will be barren; children will no longer be born in the manner
    • long to the earth in order to divert it from its normal evolution.
    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
    • longer be seen. But when, in his being of soul, he is moving in the
    • the moment our thinking is received into the light, it is no longer
    • in the element of thinking that is truly free. As long as such things
    • that belongs to physical existence.
    • In past centuries, not so very long ago, this freedom in thinking was
    • Arithmetic, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and so on. This no longer means
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    • fulfils his rightful evolution, man will no longer tread the earth by
    • women will be barren; children will no longer be born in the manner
    • long to the earth in order to divert it from its normal evolution.
    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
    • longer be seen. But when, in his being of soul, he is moving in the
    • the moment our thinking is received into the light, it is no longer
    • in the element of thinking that is truly free. As long as such things
    • that belongs to physical existence.
    • In past centuries, not so very long ago, this freedom in thinking was
    • Arithmetic, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and so on. This no longer means
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • can no longer be ours, although in this age we must again advance to
    • say in the first place that already for a long time now the
    • are at first unable to set out directly along the path to the
    • social way. The Anthroposophical Movement has gone along this path
    • alongside the Anthroposophical Movement another Movement has started,
    • Anthroposophical Society is not understood by one who belongs to it
    • necessary for them to belong to another movement which has taken what
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • can no longer be ours, although in this age we must again advance to
    • say in the first place that already for a long time now the
    • are at first unable to set out directly along the path to the
    • social way. The Anthroposophical Movement has gone along this path
    • alongside the Anthroposophical Movement another Movement has started,
    • Anthroposophical Society is not understood by one who belongs to it
    • necessary for them to belong to another movement which has taken what
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • complicated structure, formed during long periods of development that
    • rise up before us in the life-tableau, they are no longer dull and
    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • and have feelings, whom does this belong to, after our death? Whom
    • does it now belong to? After our death, it belongs to the universe.
    • to us, remains with as for a long time after death. The astral body
    • and no longer have our astral body, we feel, as it were, inwardly
    • long ago, that people used to know more than they do at the present
    • It is not so long ago, that human beings were pushed completely
    • centuries, whereas it is not so long ago that he used to look into
    • bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon their
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • complicated structure, formed during long periods of development that
    • rise up before us in the life-tableau, they are no longer dull and
    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • and have feelings, whom does this belong to, after our death? Whom
    • does it now belong to? After our death, it belongs to the universe.
    • to us, remains with as for a long time after death. The astral body
    • and no longer have our astral body, we feel, as it were, inwardly
    • long ago, that people used to know more than they do at the present
    • It is not so long ago, that human beings were pushed completely
    • centuries, whereas it is not so long ago that he used to look into
    • bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon their
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • of it — it now streams along as a breath in the sound “RRRUUO”
    • no longer a purely human unity, but a divine one, in which dwells the
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • powerful beings, that do not belong to the physical plane, but are
    • the human beings belonging to that older race were connected with it
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    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • of it — it now streams along as a breath in the sound “RRRUUO”
    • no longer a purely human unity, but a divine one, in which dwells the
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • powerful beings, that do not belong to the physical plane, but are
    • the human beings belonging to that older race were connected with it
  • Title: Awakening to Community - I
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    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • (clarity of feeling, not of thought) with which people seek belonging
    • world presently is to satisfy a longing for full humanness. People
    • notice the longing, experienced so keenly in our time, that wells up
    • belonging to the community of men than lay in the previous direction
    • exactly the kind from which an anthroposophist longs to free his
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • in a sequence, they belong to the past, and are hence memories,
    • long-latent conflict. It must be brought out into the open and
    • channels from which his innermost soul longed to escape. But he was
    • Now along comes the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • making one dissatisfied. But that attitude doesn't last. In the long
    • cannot be done so long as a life lived shut away from the world as
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    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • (clarity of feeling, not of thought) with which people seek belonging
    • world presently is to satisfy a longing for full humanness. People
    • notice the longing, experienced so keenly in our time, that wells up
    • belonging to the community of men than lay in the previous direction
    • exactly the kind from which an anthroposophist longs to free his
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • in a sequence, they belong to the past, and are hence memories,
    • long-latent conflict. It must be brought out into the open and
    • channels from which his innermost soul longed to escape. But he was
    • Now along comes the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • making one dissatisfied. But that attitude doesn't last. In the long
    • cannot be done so long as a life lived shut away from the world as
  • Title: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • etheric and physical body, and there, belonging to them, as is understood, in
    • ether. The inner light-ether is then no longer stirred by impacts on the
    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • a soul wishing to attain this long and pray for? It might thus address
    • in the spiritual world, might say in longing, in a kind of prayer:
    • belonged to the understanding, to the Gnostic understanding that such
    • ‘Those who wrote this long ago were at a childish stage of human
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    • etheric and physical body, and there, belonging to them, as is understood, in
    • ether. The inner light-ether is then no longer stirred by impacts on the
    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • a soul wishing to attain this long and pray for? It might thus address
    • in the spiritual world, might say in longing, in a kind of prayer:
    • belonged to the understanding, to the Gnostic understanding that such
    • ‘Those who wrote this long ago were at a childish stage of human
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • thing as forgetting has to belong to the phenomena of life.
    • case without our needing to educate it. That belongs to its nature.
    • digested until then. As long as the human being uses it for acquiring
    • As long as a mental image remains in your memory you connect it with
    • the things just discussed. Much of what belongs to the human etheric
    • him. But as long as he believes that it does not make any difference,
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • being held here alongside the actual group evenings, and which are
    • it, it is no longer the blood it was when it flowed in the body. It
    • longer examining blood but something that is the external image of
    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • For everything belonging to the plants and minerals has a profound
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • movement for some time have long been familiar with it; the others
    • moment in human evolution we want to recall lies a long way back. If
    • kingdoms that are around us. Phenomena that doubtlessly belong to
    • This was still a long time before the sexes separated, when there was
    • meaning from higher worlds. As long as we are in the physical world,
    • influence on him. If people go on a long journey nowadays, however
    • long as they had a body of soft material they could actually become
    • could still alter their limbs at will, and make them long or short
    • another. This was a long time after the sexes already existed. The
    • sensual longing that is stimulated by seeing the outer appearance of
    • and longings, especially those arising from their own externally
    • independent human being, and it is no longer in full harmony with the
    • Something of what belongs to the astral bodies of his parents —
    • longer blown by the wind. This double made out of the incorporated
    • been dosing himself in this way for a long time applies for treatment
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • very complicated. It takes a very long time for man to get to know
    • over long periods of time, and the hierarchies — entities we
    • long ages before the physical constellation existed. Thus the spatial
    • because the rhythms are no longer in harmony that the condition of
    • will be able to show that it is not so very long since people were at
    • has arisen, a science that is no longer in a position to go back to
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • twelve it can no longer coincide with the hour hand, for this has
    • belong together then their forces, which are the expression of their
    • belong to certain inner processes, he would not have survived. Of
    • that at the nodal points no longer coincides with cosmic occurrences
    • cosmic situation and is no longer a ‘clock’ in the proper
    • no longer knows how to take guidance from the great script of the
    • The way man thinks all day long is in a certain respect in
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • instrument of enjoyment and action. This he has no longer, but the
    • body that man satisfied his desires. After death he no longer has
    • still a long way short of all that we shall experience through it. We
    • direction, and it takes this feeling along with it. When this is
    • all in his sheaths, and set out along the path of incarnations in the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • essentially of a long out-breath and a short in-breath. It is the
    • opposite with laughing: a short out-breath and a long in-breath. Thus
    • This is like a squeezing out of the breath: a long out-breath. In the
    • long in-breath when you laugh. Here, so to say, in the change in the
    • sorrow and tears in that world where they can no longer be overcome.
    • the fact that whoever has overcome his ego to the point of no longer
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • belonged to the regions of air and water, whereby we must imagine the
    • belonged to a number of forms below. Up in the North they were group
    • times, when people perhaps no longer saw any reason for it. Someone
    • who belonged to the East would have said: I unite myself with the
    • remarkable description emerged there long before Christian times,
    • than it was in Atlantis. Nowadays you no longer go black if you rely
    • this no longer makes you black. But we do not wish to deny
    • everything is more spiritual, this no longer makes people red. But
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • no longer working from outside but from within. What works from
    • in the animal. The astral body becomes free, and as long as it
    • completely that you no longer see it, it is all rolled up in the
    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • point where they no longer need any physical substance for their
    • longer physical, etheric or astral body or even ego as such, but that
    • stupid person might come along, and the very thing you are laughing
  • Title: Between Death and Rebirth: Contents
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • connection with the Sun. Man belongs to the Universe, not only to the
    • Hierarchies and of the Luciferic Beings belonging to those
    • death in Kamaloka and final discarding of longings connected with
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    • long absence. Those of you who were present at our meeting in Munich
    • belong to us. Just as in the physical world we become aware of
    • passes for art today will in the future no longer do so. A number of
    • for us. It takes a long time after death to live through this sphere
    • to which they belonged. On the other hand, individuals without any
    • long as we are out of the body. If we have formed an erroneous
    • all that is necessary to further the progress of life along the paths
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    • long before the child has any ‘I’-consciousness, when in
    • character becomes more marked the longer ago the events in question
    • We may remember events which took place very long ago in our life,
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • principles of Christianity have been understood. All this belongs to
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • connection with the Sun. Man belongs to the Universe, not only to the
    • Without realising it he may even be longing for Anthroposophy. In
    • the form of longing in the subconsciousness. It does not necessarily
    • death, his longings and desires remain. Nor need these longings and
    • desires be only those of which he was actually aware. The longings
    • passes through the gate of death. The longing for Anthroposophy,
    • thought and it has a direct effect upon the one who has died. As long
    • Anthroposophy takes hold of our very life. We shall then no longer
    • We leave our home at eight o’clock in the morning, walk along
    • car and killed; if we had left home punctually we should no longer be
    • or poles were erected along the highway between Berlin and Paris and
    • astral body originate from the cosmic sphere to which the sun belongs
    • and do not belong to the Earth at all? Nor will you be surprised,
    • of man on the Earth and in its elements after death belongs to the
    • Earth and to its forces; but the Ego and astral body belong to the
    • body, the life of soul which strictly belongs to the sun and the
    • our soul we belong to the world of the stars, we shall have taken a
    • belong to the whole Universe, to the Macrocosm, that we live within
    • of man belong to the world of the stars. When we consider how man is
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    • before his death. To sum up, we may say that as long as a human being
    • is making use of his senses, as long as he lets himself be guided and
    • consciousness. This is a matter of importance because as long as the
    • death. As long as the physical body remains alive, the union is
    • sight is no longer possible. Why is the process described in this way
    • longer capable of perceiving such things conditions which made
    • Southern Europe, there was no longer any equal possibility of direct
    • was no longer able to perceive anything of the spiritual realities in
    • longer actually experience in the Graeco-Latin epoch but had not yet
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    • longer working in a human body but in the spiritual body in which he
    • a Being who need no longer incarnate in a human body, he had
    • Earth has undergone the experiences that belong to the heavens.
    • without change, if the phase of decline had been prolonged, souls
    • fostered and preserved spiritual culture. But the souls belonging to
    • Among them was one who for long years had been his pupil and friend,
    • who had at one time been incarnated on the Earth but now no longer
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    • Ego, together with everything that belongs to these members. We know,
    • do these other Spirits belong?
    • belonging to the Ego. Otherwise, if Luciferic Spirits did not
    • he is no longer on Earth, namely during the period of his existence
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    • Hierarchies and of the Luciferic Beings belonging to those
    • is no longer in action. With the seventh year the formative principle
    • principles belonging to the first category come from the Spirits of
    • backward spiritual Beings belonging to the different Hierarchies. In
    • centuries. People belonging to our civilisation usually concern
    • Beings belonging to the Hierarchy immediately above man —
    • Beings belonging to the higher Hierarchies. Now we know that the
    • spiritual heritage. If we go back to the epoch long before the
    • soul and would either have developed a longing only to live outside
    • to the Mystery of Golgotha. Individuals belonging to the most
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    • the normal perception belonging to outer existence we study human
    • long time previously been preparing his essential characteristics.
    • Preparation for a return to the Earth begins a long time before birth
    • develop forces which work down upon his ancestors. Long before an
    • very obvious, for example when modern physics no longer concerns
    • today in which it is emphasised that attention should no longer be
    • and enquire only into the working of forces. People will no longer
    • himself as belonging to a Movement for the promulgation of Spiritual
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    • death in Kamaloka and final discarding of longings connected with
    • longing for them, the first region through which he passes in the
    • like still to have sense-impressions for a long time after death, but
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • in Kamaloka; the soul longs for sense-impressions to which it was
    • already ceased to long for sense-impressions but still longs for
    • Earth. The soul may long since have ceased to yearn for
    • sense-impressions but still longs to think in the way that is
    • rids himself of all longing to be connected with a physical body,
    • longing for the last earthly life is still present. First, in the
    • region of Burning Desires the soul still longs to be able to see
    • through eyes, to hear through ears, although eyes and ears no longer
    • exist. When the soul has finally cast off any such longing, it still
    • on Earth. Having got rid of this longing too, there still remains the
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • however, he then rids himself of this longing too.
    • Earth belongs to the actual material realm and causes the mineral
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
    • he belongs to the spirit-world. He is aware of himself as a spirit
    • Brahman’, i.e. ‘I belong to the Primordial Being in Whom
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    • thought-world that belongs to the beginning of our era; one can try
    • and feel rising over the Devachanic world a star that belongs to a
    • belongs not only what your senses perceive as the external world, but
    • him, this thinking belongs to the thirty-first Aeon, to the physical
    • desire. And this desire, being no longer present in the Divine
    • human thinking, and in the longing that looks back to the spiritual
    • material world, it has in the sense of the Gnosis a longing for the
    • men are woven into his world. But they are imbued also with longing
    • Why is there this longing in the souls that have been
    • divine-spiritual world, do they feel a longing for it? The Gnostics
    • me bound to the material world longs after the Divine Sophia, the
    • find in the soul the longing for the Divine Sophia and the Holy
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    • doubter, a sceptic, because he no longer feels any connection between
    • have had to get along with what it had received as inheritance from
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    • Midas — was born with exceptionally long ears, the Greeks said
    • understand this kind of growing together, belonging together, of the
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    • secrets of the world were no longer discerned only through the
    • recognised that the Greek conception belongs to Meteorology, and the
    • parts of the Earth, so that everything belonging to the Earth should
    • bound up with the Earth and belongs to it; the Ego which is the
    • this sense as Geology. This was what the Prophets longed for and
    • relationship which belonged specially to the Earth period. But when
    • was a Being who then belonged still to the Hierarchy of Angels and
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    • disappeared into mountain cavities, so that it is no longer to be
    • We hear then that Parsifal stayed a short while longer
    • Parsifal, so that I could no longer avoid the belief that the two
    • And pray to God that He ere long
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    • belongs to the evolution of the Earth and (as I have shown in
    • symbol. Anything more would belong to the unlawful Sibylline forces.”
    • groves and their caves and the earth they had so long possessed, yet
    • Hierarchies brought it down; it belonged to them. The Parsifal saga
    • spiritual deeds of Christ; how Parsifal was driven along this path,
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    • laws of the astral body have already withdrawn and are no longer
    • of the modern philosopher. The modern philosophers have a long way to
    • We can therefore say that we no longer have thought-perception, but
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Lucifer are harmful spirits as long as one is not aware of them, as
    • long as they work in secret. As long as they do not emerge and let
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
    • the forties, only it is a Being that has much longer duration of
    • evolves as humanity except that a year is as long as a century. This
    • longer periods, from incarnation to incarnation. Here stand the
    • longer duration than the life of those for whom we must say that a
    • longer than a year.
    • world in a Being that has a longer lifetime than man. As we follow
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    • laws of the astral body have already withdrawn and are no longer
    • of the modern philosopher. The modern philosophers have a long way to
    • We can therefore say that we no longer have thought-perception, but
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Lucifer are harmful spirits as long as one is not aware of them, as
    • long as they work in secret. As long as they do not emerge and let
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
    • the forties, only it is a Being that has much longer duration of
    • evolves as humanity except that a year is as long as a century. This
    • longer periods, from incarnation to incarnation. Here stand the
    • longer duration than the life of those for whom we must say that a
    • longer than a year.
    • world in a Being that has a longer lifetime than man. As we follow
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    • long since been lost.
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • long as we take in only what the physicists know of it. We can grasp
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    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • long as we take in only what the physicists know of it. We can grasp
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    • view had broken with what people for a long time believed necessary
    • could no longer rely on what the eye saw as the rising and setting of
    • evolution of humanity undergoes changes. Not so very long ago, the
    • longer simply images, but by being experienced they become much more
    • thing is that the man will have died long before this! He will no
    • longer be there.
    • with its transformations will no longer be there; yet this same kind
    • being will have been dead for a long time, will no longer be there.
    • longer be there.
    • knowledge does not yield what belongs to the outwardly perceptible;
    • to be built up out of the world, are experienced in far longer
    • spiritual beings, belonging to a concrete, individualized spiritual
    • no longer say, “If, after death, the soul enters another life,
    • have a Consciousness that is no longer spatial, no longer built up
    • life. As long as we are in the body, we are only able to have
    • great and significant it would be if there were no longer a
    • has already been long enough, I can only hope to offer a few
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    • world long after their death.
    • back such mysteries within certain limits, but now this is no longer
    • find each other in the spiritual world, who should belong together in
    • not the same after death, when this is no longer necessary. What is
    • an individual must make his own today. It is no longer adequate for
    • will no longer do. Today people often get themselves into
    • belong to the world in which we stand. Just as the air is around us,
    • are separated only as long as we are in the physical body. The other
    • very long before we are born) for another spiritual being in addition
    • natural scientists believe that the nerve-force that belongs to us as
    • have just mentioned and described, do not belong to our own being at
    • would long ago have attained the possibility of remaining within the
    • maintaining his body beyond the hour of death, of prolonging the life
    • am now speaking has long been known to certain occult brotherhoods.
    • no longer be wholesome for occult brotherhoods to be able to employ
    • For a long time before
    • wisdom-filled world powers. Europe had to be protected for a long
    • made for a long time in the preparatory centuries to give something
    • plane, however long or short a time it may be until we meet again,
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    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • world for a longer time, the connection arising from the
    • belong to him, robs him of his physical body, that the perception
    • spread over a longer period of time are concentrated, drawn together,
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • so very long ago the souls of men possessed a more atavistic and
    • the earth, the ordinary, physical surface of the earth, no longer
    • contains the same forces as in ages long past.
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    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • world for a longer time, the connection arising from the
    • belong to him, robs him of his physical body, that the perception
    • spread over a longer period of time are concentrated, drawn together,
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • so very long ago the souls of men possessed a more atavistic and
    • the earth, the ordinary, physical surface of the earth, no longer
    • contains the same forces as in ages long past.
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    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • felt in this way. It belongs especially to the elemental world, and
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • We belong with all
    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • elemental world to which we ourselves belong by virtue of our etheric
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • in which these astral beings are, that we ourselves belong from the
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • beings — and, among others, with the dead, so long as they are
    • beings. He has, indeed, for the world of human beings belongs to the
    • whole cosmos. Our own life belongs to the cosmos. And just as we,
    • us in the way they long to do. They cannot properly transplant
    • went on working on the same lines. Then when the father was long
    • these conservative conditions, will no longer play a part. The
    • physical bonds will no longer be there in the same way. But all the
    • ago, or even longer. These are the hidden connections — the
    • it no longer has to stop short at Inspiration but can become
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    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • felt in this way. It belongs especially to the elemental world, and
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • We belong with all
    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • elemental world to which we ourselves belong by virtue of our etheric
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • in which these astral beings are, that we ourselves belong from the
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • beings — and, among others, with the dead, so long as they are
    • beings. He has, indeed, for the world of human beings belongs to the
    • whole cosmos. Our own life belongs to the cosmos. And just as we,
    • us in the way they long to do. They cannot properly transplant
    • went on working on the same lines. Then when the father was long
    • these conservative conditions, will no longer play a part. The
    • physical bonds will no longer be there in the same way. But all the
    • ago, or even longer. These are the hidden connections — the
    • it no longer has to stop short at Inspiration but can become
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    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • has no longer the same enthusiasm for intellectual accomplishments.
    • inertia. Thoughts run along the old grooves but the intellect brings
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • fresh from university speaks one is no longer curious about what he
    • intelligence has become something mechanical which no longer springs
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • explained yesterday, this has the effect that thinking, by no longer
    • when knowledge is no longer obtained by means of combining abstract,
    • people today who no longer take it for granted that reason is
    • in fact an admission that reason no longer resides in the head. It
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • has no longer the same enthusiasm for intellectual accomplishments.
    • inertia. Thoughts run along the old grooves but the intellect brings
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • fresh from university speaks one is no longer curious about what he
    • intelligence has become something mechanical which no longer springs
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • explained yesterday, this has the effect that thinking, by no longer
    • when knowledge is no longer obtained by means of combining abstract,
    • people today who no longer take it for granted that reason is
    • in fact an admission that reason no longer resides in the head. It
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • life-tableau, they are no longer dull and lifeless but exist there
    • it along in the form of memories, everything is finished; we are
    • belong to after our death? Whom does it now belong to? After our
    • death it belongs to the universe. We look back upon our death, and
    • form in which it was subjected to us, remains with us for a long
    • through our earthly experiences and no longer have our astral body,
    • even so long ago that people used to know more than they do at the
    • other words: it is not so long ago that human beings were pushed
    • not so long ago that he used to look into the spiritual world with
    • etheric bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon
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    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • life-tableau, they are no longer dull and lifeless but exist there
    • it along in the form of memories, everything is finished; we are
    • belong to after our death? Whom does it now belong to? After our
    • death it belongs to the universe. We look back upon our death, and
    • form in which it was subjected to us, remains with us for a long
    • through our earthly experiences and no longer have our astral body,
    • even so long ago that people used to know more than they do at the
    • other words: it is not so long ago that human beings were pushed
    • not so long ago that he used to look into the spiritual world with
    • etheric bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon
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    • its grip already for a long time, that the human body, as we carry it
    • long time, into warmth.
    • be after a long time, even though the last remnants of matter may
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • So long as we still carry this etheric body, after
    • And this is one of the mysteries of death: that, so long
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body — only that it has
    • longing which goes forth from us and which is taken up kindly by
    • prolongation, the spine, the result would be a Serpent, a serpent
    • head, for that would no longer be a Lucifer — that would be an
    • plane, that it was not at all so long ago that men were able, by
    • belongs, in every case, the soul-apparatus. And then they describe
    • little way into the thought-world which is no longer recognised by
    • belongs to the task of the spiritual scientist, however, to test all
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • naturally, then, it would also be true only so long as that which has
    • to what no longer exists. There is no connection between actual
    • And so long as this feeling for Truth does not permeate humanity, the
    • so very long ago. The writer tries to find out how it is possible
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    • its grip already for a long time, that the human body, as we carry it
    • long time, into warmth.
    • be after a long time, even though the last remnants of matter may
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • So long as we still carry this etheric body, after
    • And this is one of the mysteries of death: that, so long
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body — only that it has
    • longing which goes forth from us and which is taken up kindly by
    • prolongation, the spine, the result would be a Serpent, a serpent
    • head, for that would no longer be a Lucifer — that would be an
    • plane, that it was not at all so long ago that men were able, by
    • belongs, in every case, the soul-apparatus. And then they describe
    • little way into the thought-world which is no longer recognised by
    • belongs to the task of the spiritual scientist, however, to test all
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • naturally, then, it would also be true only so long as that which has
    • to what no longer exists. There is no connection between actual
    • And so long as this feeling for Truth does not permeate humanity, the
    • so very long ago. The writer tries to find out how it is possible
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    • alongside of other courses. On Sun are found seven Elohim or
    • longer and by the time Spirit of the Age for Egypt and Persians
    • people adhered long to Folk-spirit or archangel, the work of
    • Christianity belongs to no sect, place or people, for Christ is
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    • But the matter is no longer paradoxical or strange when we remember
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • belong, an understanding of what we might call “the
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    • modern human thinking, but which nevertheless belongs to the most
    • require a much longer time. We should not advance in our knowledge of
    • feelings belonging to this or the other home-land playing any part.
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • belong, an understanding of what we might call ‘The
    • distant past; that man has required long epochs of evolution in order
    • required long periods of time. You may also know that man did not go
    • belong to me, but I with my other members am hovering outside and
    • into Budhi or Life-spirit. If you think of such beings, who belong to
    • the earth. The Folk-spirits belong to the rank of the Archangels or
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • know that the Chaldæan-Egyptian civilization continued long after the
    • who has been longest absent, takes his turn again; so that, in a
    • the hierarchy of the higher beings, belong to the Archangels.
    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
    • control. How can a man, because he belongs to a certain people, help
    • acquirement, neither does it belong to what we call individual
    • see what belongs not only to his evolution, so to speak, but to the
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    • but that this is something belonging to clairvoyant consciousness.
    • as long as he lives, that is, from his birth to his death. It is
    • Certainly these preserve throughout long periods a fundamental tone,
    • they have something which continues throughout long ages. But in
    • these three parts arises the peculiar character which belongs to a
    • possessed by an individual belonging to the people. The Archangelic
    • belongs much besides this. Why? If the Archangel, the guiding
    • work who belong by rank, so to speak, to the Archangels, but are
    • this or that, but he is urged along as if by inner forces so that the
    • belonging to the Indian culture rests also upon this agreement. In
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    • yet something real, and that is, the beings belonging to the animal,
    • down upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and which
    • we belong to this or the other Folk-spirit-belonging to the scene of
    • from within; hence when the individuals belonging to a people appear
    • that it belongs to the most inward, the most intimate part of his own
    • contributes to his own people, which belongs to the concerns of the
    • which he belongs, a member of the whole human kingdom, is brought
    • succeed in surveying into the field belonging to the Spirits of Form
    • belated Spirits of Motion enter into the field belonging to the
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    • which normally belongs to the Moon-evolution, evolves in man as a
    • that, if you come to think of it, you will no longer find it very
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body; that as a matter of
    • life has passed away, — which on the whole belongs only to the
    • belongs to the later epochs of life. Through this man has become a
    • becomes a being who is connected with and belongs to the country in
    • of the earth belonging to that place, upon the incidence of the sun's
    • being bound up with heredity and no longer with place. So that in
    • die out and be no longer there. They do not repeat themselves for
    • characteristics upon man, those which belong to the years following
    • what in man belongs to the last third of his life. This line, which
    • find it comprehensible when it is said, that men no longer proceed
    • of the youth-forces, but which in a way live on into what belongs to
    • man who grew up in the lineage of Solon, who belonged to the Ionian
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • so long will it be difficult to obtain an unprejudiced understanding
    • and so on may be affected because we belong to a certain race or
    • which, as we know, man belongs as the lowest member. If you remember
    • if he did not know it — what spiritual science has long
    • darkness sets in he no longer sees, then there would be certain times
    • within the beings. To this hierarchy belong in the first place, the
    • necessary. And those Beings whom we have described as belonging to
    • mission of equilibrium which belongs to our earth-planet is therefore
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    • Let us now follow on further along the line which we
    • Sun and Moon), he sees that which makes him belong to a particular
    • In these three systems, which belong to the physical body but are
    • this part which in our sense does not yet belong to the higher mental
    • humanity, viz., that which belongs to the Semitic race, explained
    • Mongolian race, on the other that which we may describe as belonging
    • brain and spinal cord. Here flow in, in those races belonging to the
    • peoples of Asia Minor and Europe, those whom we reckon as belonging
    • but which could not possibly go along with further evolution. There
    • belongs to the Great Spirit; the pale man belongs to the spirits who,
    • men. Here we see what belongs to Saturn and his activity, and what
    • belonging to the ranks of the abnormal Spirits of Form whom we must
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    • long time under the guidance merely of Archangels.
    • of Archangels for a long time after the Archangel of India had risen
    • worked on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the north of
    • We have seen that everything belonging to the Semitic
    • number of different Beings belonging to the various hierarchies, —
    • several peoples over in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the
    • the several peoples of Europe were still for a long time guided by
    • Folk-spirit for their Archangel. The peoples belonging to the Celtic
    • mysteries belonging to this evolution can only be lightly touched
    • in the post-Atlantean epoch. He took the precedence long, long after
    • long since ascended to Spirits of the Age, in Europe the guidance was
    • a long time even in the Middle Ages, in Central and Northern Europe
    • to-day. He belongs just as much to the great directing Spirits of the
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    • certain longing, a certain desire, simply to compare the religions of
    • differ? The entire structure of the human beings who belonged to the
    • progress. A long, long human development lay behind them, but they had
    • Indian took longer to develop the Ego, and remained longer in a state
    • Indian obtained the subjective Ego long before the objective Ego. See
    • soul-life, which no longer showed any of those conditions that were
    • still experienced for a long time by the peoples of Europe. The
    • Indians had gone through those conditions a long time before. They
    • awoke, they actually no longer needed to observe how human
    • longer of such particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to
    • Unity. They could attain to this vision because those who belonged to
    • The peoples belonging to the Persian civilization were
    • were pre-eminently interested in them. The peoples belonging to the
    • no longer so fresh, no longer so young; but what appears as memory,
    • age of civilization. That is an event which could no longer be
    • primeval past belonged to the giants. This Potion contained not
    • to use it when he went through a long initiation which lasted nine
    • belonging more to the normal side, so to speak. To the abnormal side
    • belong the Beings appearing as Villy and Ve. These are Beings who
    • Germanic Scandinavian capacities, to which especially belonged a
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    • that in some respects those belonging to the ancient Indian
    • accordance with the facts, that the people belonging to this ancient
    • to a certain height within the human soul-power may exist for a long
    • subjective ‘ I ’, long before it was able to
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • it. In the astral world which was around them they had for a long
    • belongs to what is grandest, yea, even to that grandeur which
    • form. In Greek mythology there is no longer a direct connection with
    • clairvoyance had for a long time vanished in the rest of Europe,
    • Thus for a long time there still existed a direct vision
    • during which men could no longer see into the spiritual world; but
    • they always longed for it, and they have ever told of a world which
    • he had for a much longer time experienced considerably more than
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    • still felt himself attached to a group-soul, belonging to a whole
    • the Germans of Central Europe as appearing to belong to separate
    • tribes, and yet as members of one organism and belonging to the unity
    • longer possessed this blessing; which in the first place had not gone
    • unity. As long as one has not grasped this duality, one has not
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    • of what belongs to this rich subject. I may, however, hope that it
    • consciousness of this was preserved so long that even Tacitus himself
    • belonged to Riesenheim.
    • something quite particularly belonging to him; it is the alternation
    • What I have just said is a truth which has for a long
    • see that it can no longer retain the old forms of the forces which
    • belongs to us all in Northern and Central Europe, will again stand
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
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    • Easter, 1933, and long out of print) in which Rudolf Steiner spoke, briefly and
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • Even when long ages ago the human being, as ‘metabolic
    • the spiritual substance once derived from matter no longer ensouls him. His
    • shall still be inhabiting the earth, although birth will no longer take place
    • process of the entanglement of earth-existence. We must no longer allow
    • them with a veil of mystery. But it is not right any longer for the process of
    • physiologists is nonsense. And so long as we fail to realise that it is
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    • Easter, 1933, and long out of print) in which Rudolf Steiner spoke, briefly and
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • Even when long ages ago the human being, as ‘metabolic
    • the spiritual substance once derived from matter no longer ensouls him. His
    • shall still be inhabiting the earth, although birth will no longer take place
    • process of the entanglement of earth-existence. We must no longer allow
    • them with a veil of mystery. But it is not right any longer for the process of
    • physiologists is nonsense. And so long as we fail to realise that it is
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    • operative from the beginning of human existence, long before the inception
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    • operative from the beginning of human existence, long before the inception
    • astral body — through long Earth periods. In successive
    • In our day many people no longer have any knowledge of
    • consciousness that belongs at first to the human soul extends only as
    • soul, we realize that our human soul would no longer be a human soul
    • we should belong to it. Love would have no meaning if we were within
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    • operative from the beginning of human existence, long before the inception
    • higher sense, our ideals belong to those things that are more
    • aspect. They look as though they did not rightly belong to all that I
    • separated in space from our Movement for long periods, either in a
    • dying body. This strength was concealed by the ailing body as long as
    • Christ Being belongs to all mankind. Where Christ is, the treasures
    • and yet belongs to us. If we lack this muscular power, which comes to
    • sense muscular forces belongs to us and yet again not to us. So it is
    • justification, longs for it to be realized.
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    • operative from the beginning of human existence, long before the inception
    • by their whole nature do not belong to the physical plane but have
    • hostility of the spirits is an element that belongs to the whole
    • again be emphasized, is that the Christ, as Christ, does not belong
    • Earth, a Being who does not belong to the order of Earth-beings,
    • idea of the fact that Christ belongs to another kingdom, where a
    • a sin should be so forgiven us that we would no longer need to pay it
    • time, but it is no longer there. A strange contradiction! This is an
    • measured by a judgment that belongs to worlds other than this
    • whole Earth develops along with man is a result of the Deed of
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    • operative from the beginning of human existence, long before the inception
    • belonged to the human soul during the first phase of its time on
    • spirit. With his soul he really belongs to the region of the Music of
    • yet subject to temptation, was the Logos. Man belonged to the Logos
    • in order to follow Lucifer along the path of freedom, the path of
    • So long as we have to live out our earthly existence in
    • belongs to all mankind in the present and in the future — the
    • belongs to us; we need it because we evolve onwards to Jupiter, and
    • forgiveness of sins. But as long as men have not yet permeated
    • so far as he is not only an “I” being, but belongs to the
    • For everything on the Earth that is not set free by Christ belongs to
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    • brooks and the streams rushing along — when we become aware of
    • remains something inexplicable as regards the nature of man as long
    • no longer there, such feelings have become more and more strange to
    • what is worshipped today — even if it is no longer described by
    • longer livingly active. We must find the human being, the man
    • We have gone back from a Christ Who belongs to the whole of humanity
    • life which can no longer exist in the way it did for the shepherds of
    • we ourselves belong, then we discover the path to that Mystery
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    • namely, to consider the story of Christ Jesus and all that belongs to
    • now on they belong to the earth.
    • Lucifer. It no longer sees into the spiritual foundations of
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    • history because the ancient form of knowledge belongs to ages lying
    • long, long before, thousands of years before the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • which, drawing it as we do from our inner being, no longer enables us
    • over the plants he saw them drawing along with them what was rising
    • that world which does not primarily belong to life between birth and
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    • longer have direct inner experiences of these earthly forces which
    • which there was no longer any insight, because all that remained was
    • outer world was no longer present, when vision of the cosmic spaces
    • was no longer, as in the earliest times, achieved by purely spiritual
    • of times, relatively speaking, not very long ago.
    • a certain solution of the problems with which we have long been
    • I have read you this because it shows the longing for
    • such a certain solution of the problems with which we have long been
    • Christmas festival. Let others go on, if they so will, along the old,
    • antipathy for any particular race, for I taught in a house belonging
    • the same today, and it has been so for a very long time, whether a
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    • about for a long time. Troxler, a thinker of the first half of
    • nature of man's being and the real source of his consciousness belong
    • which has existed for a long time.
    • will be found. But this was found by me as long ago as 1891. In the
    • which are often represented as belonging to Christianity, but which
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    • belongs to it; a building which, moreover, in its form of architecture
    • transformed that it no longer leads merely to images, but becomes
    • no longer directly in the body, they are outside it. The spiritual
    • spirit and soul must be learned from facts belonging to the spirit and
    • may not be discovered through spiritualism, but these belong to natural
    • presented to the senses belongs to natural science. That which offers
    • successful with the divining-rod. But all this belongs to the
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • “But it is necessary to know the thoughts belonging to spiritual
    • seriously. Long and earnest work is needful in order to understand it,
    • may be convinced that the human soul and truth belong to one another
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    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • Midsummer festivals had meaning only as long as men received their
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • more as something belonging to man like the breath — the breath
    • “What I experience as thought is now no longer heavenly, it is
    • no longer something that has descended from above. It is something
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • no longer in living interchange with the atmosphere around her, man
    • the ovary belongs to the present year. Thus do the seasons
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • conceived as a Mystery — belongs paramountly to Winter. It
    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • Midsummer festivals had meaning only as long as men received their
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • more as something belonging to man like the breath — the breath
    • “What I experience as thought is now no longer heavenly, it is
    • no longer something that has descended from above. It is something
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • no longer in living interchange with the atmosphere around her, man
    • the ovary belongs to the present year. Thus do the seasons
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • the best of it (much of which may be no longer accessible to us) in
    • soul towards it. Yet this work of art does not belong to the same
    • how he was descended from a family that belonged to citizens of noble
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • they were the creation of the Greek world, belong to a space of their
    • used for the Mass, so that the original freshness of color has long
    • longest when I have had the privilege of being in Florence. These
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    • the best of it (much of which may be no longer accessible to us) in
    • soul towards it. Yet this work of art does not belong to the same
    • how he was descended from a family that belonged to citizens of noble
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • they were the creation of the Greek world, belong to a space of their
    • used for the Mass, so that the original freshness of color has long
    • longest when I have had the privilege of being in Florence. These
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    • our memory longer and others seem to vanish as soon as we have to
    • but it is true nevertheless. Imagine you were to talk all day long,
    • meant to come of age, as it were. Religious founders will no longer
    • result from the astral body we took along revealing a part of itself
    • not objective.” But if someone comes along and has had a vision
    • is still relatively new; therefore, now that people's longing for the
    • acquire a healthy sense for the things that truly belong to it. Then
    • of having a genuinely healing effect on everything belonging to
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    • possession of long ago is the sole reason why I still wish to
    • and no longer know either how to speak to this public or whether it
    • fulfillment of what the great minds in human history longed and
    • may take a long time even for those who are sympathetic with
    • long illness, and that now form the basis of his spirit body. A
    • as long as possible and in as healthy a condition as possible. This
    • spiritual science, we can progress to where we no longer talk in
    • cannot help believing that even if it takes longer than our lifetime,
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    • will no longer agree with us if we proceed further and, from the
    • with fishes, when we observe the life forms that creep along the
    • as we realize this, we can no longer claim it is irrelevant whether
    • death. They will then no longer have any meaning. After death we need
    • longer appear in history as they did in earlier times.
    • absolutely mine — at least as long as you do not see me. I will
    • but also our soul qualities. In addition, we can no longer rely on
    • that he could no longer be considered a member of our Society. For it
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    • characteristic of the physical world no longer exists, and where a
    • person's appearance is no longer characteristic of the I concerned.
    • Then our thinking changes and we no longer have thoughts in the sense
    • longer subjective and as if you yourself are no longer within
    • But when we enter the higher world, this no longer has any meaning.
    • expressing things no longer exists fifty years from now, people will
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    • logic, its mode of thinking, spiritual science belongs to the stream
    • developed yourself along these paths, you know that when you
    • intelligence, it can be sustained only as long as one is ignorant of
    • centuries, these souls long to be strengthened so that they can live
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    • something forms in the living tissue that is no longer alive but only
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    • Then you will muse on him, muse long,
    • For him then long at rest from suffering.
    • For him long paled in death,
    • Belongs to blasé-modern
    • there. If such a person came along on foot or by coach, the oxen
    • great part of his longing: the longing to be a great human being.
    • When he returned on a trip to the Waldviertel long after he had left
    • you no longer risk having your hair cut just because you hold liberal
    • Hamerling's longing as a poet was to liberate beauty and love from
    • understand the poet Hamerling without reference to his lifelong
    • conception and thought it belongs to his early years, but it does
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    • into the region belonging exclusively to the astral body.
    • belonging to the sphere of the progressive Hierarchies, by which the
    • around in freedom and are no longer shackled to their allotted
    • belong to the hierarchy of Ahrimanic spirits. In the first stage,
    • means whereby he could do so. And if anyone were to long to retire
    • But life cannot make progress along these lines. It can
    • somebody journeying along the Rhine speaks of the “ancient
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
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    • into the region belonging exclusively to the astral body.
    • belonging to the sphere of the progressive Hierarchies, by which the
    • around in freedom and are no longer shackled to their allotted
    • belong to the hierarchy of Ahrimanic spirits. In the first stage,
    • means whereby he could do so. And if anyone were to long to retire
    • But life cannot make progress along these lines. It can
    • somebody journeying along the Rhine speaks of the “ancient
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
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    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • was somewhat longer than in the case of the others, because the
    • incarnation was such that it tended to prolong the period of life in
    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • was a very long time before the urge arose within them to come down
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    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • was somewhat longer than in the case of the others, because the
    • incarnation was such that it tended to prolong the period of life in
    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • was a very long time before the urge arose within them to come down
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    • along the path of genuine spiritual-scientific investigation can be
    • take in spiritual-scientific truths we are still a long way from
    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
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    • along the path of genuine spiritual-scientific investigation can be
    • take in spiritual-scientific truths we are still a long way from
    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
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    • Along the chemical-physical path, they will only be able to
    • furthest of all along the path of mathematical-geometrical knowledge.
    • longing to recognize only that which is living. But the ordinary
    • soul-spiritual existence, with the same longing and the same interest
    • will then no longer be possible to submit passively to churches who
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
    • no longer be content to regard an important matter such as the social
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    • Along the chemical-physical path, they will only be able to
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    • longing to recognize only that which is living. But the ordinary
    • soul-spiritual existence, with the same longing and the same interest
    • will then no longer be possible to submit passively to churches who
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
    • no longer be content to regard an important matter such as the social
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    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • we belong in the same way in which a finger belongs to our
    • are accessible to him. With his physical body he belongs to the
    • physical world; with his soul he belongs to the soul world; with
    • his spirit he belongs to the spiritual world. We reach into these
    • unity is then split up, so that we feel as if we belonged to many
    • his own being; he belongs to the whole universe, although his
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    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • we belong in the same way in which a finger belongs to our
    • are accessible to him. With his physical body he belongs to the
    • physical world; with his soul he belongs to the soul world; with
    • his spirit he belongs to the spiritual world. We reach into these
    • unity is then split up, so that we feel as if we belonged to many
    • his own being; he belongs to the whole universe, although his
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    • Anthroposophy as what men long for today.
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    • courses on the other, belong within what I elaborated as Anthroposophy.
    • the requirement of meeting fully the inner need and spiritual longing
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    • the approach is from within. It is no longer simply the objective facts
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    • for man, with his form, does not belong to this. People often reveal
    • his soul: I do not belong to this world; there must be another from
    • belong? This sounds in men's hearts today. It is a comprehensive question;
    • it. Where is the world to which man really belongs? — for it is
    • might say: No finger of my body really belongs to the visible world,
    • sip of water comes from the visible world to which I do not belong at
    • yet I do not belong to it.
    • doubt confronts him: Where is the world to which I belong? The more
    • a terrible longing to solve this riddle of man. Others deaden themselves
    • way he must say: My being does not belong to this world, for I cannot
    • contact it as long as I live in a physical body. Moreover, when my body
    • is the other world to which I belong?
    • consciousness has discarded this ancient knowledge. It is no longer
    • regarded as valid. It has been handed down to us, but is no longer
    • believed. Man can no longer feel sure that the knowledge acquired by
    • for he can no longer realise what Raphael could still conjure into the
    • truly belongs. Where is the artist today who can handle earthly, physical
    • of our present civilisation can no longer see any relation between what
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    • what the earth itself has accomplished in the course of long ages.
    • The earth has developed further in the course of long periods of time
    • the long epoch of 25,920 years, which is the time taken by the vernal
    • the human physical organism. Through long periods the earth consisted
    • of the earth but which the earth no longer has. This has disappeared
    • no longer.
    • the earth no longer possesses but man still has in this way, can become
    • to me; I let Nature fill me with thoughts. But I will no longer let
    • being in times long past, in times long anterior to those in which the
    • as far as here, so that which lies in a long gone past works on into
    • over a long distance with the help of a telegraph. In lifting the chalk
    • perception, has long passed away.
    • human thinking along which one can escape from the condition of despair
    • this, however, we are led along paths of thought with which man is quite
    • — One who is no longer young has experienced many things like
    • fifty grammes at the most; one can get along quite well with twenty
    • eats sufficient potatoes — he need not eat many — along
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    • however, really belongs in the first place to his physical, or at most
    • in the course of long periods of time. It did not exist when the primeval
    • man of today, the past is over and done with; he no longer possesses
    • they do not require so long a time as our physicists estimate in the
    • there, and will no longer be in twenty million years to come.
    • until now belongs to the moon-element in man. Now, however, through
    • people of whom we do not dream; we can live long with them without doing
    • spaces contain. Then we say to ourselves: I no longer see merely shining
    • have died long before. It lay in his inner being to live on.
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    • no longer any possibility that the human form, which has been impressed
    • disturbing element that, as long as there has been human evolution at
    • bodily being, but it belongs to Nature that can only destroy it; and,
    • one man it will take a long time, in the case of another it will happen
    • quickly. But, after a certain time, the result will be that he no longer
    • man one has discovered cannot be maintained for long. To fix one's
    • very long.
    • Thus we can say: In his physical body man belongs, it is true, to the
    • As long
    • world, too, is no longer there — for you have just directed all your
    • us (red) coming from the Undefined. We are no longer conscious of this
    • — now long, now short. What is in constant movement cannot be
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    • body today has its origin in a time long past, when you were in the
    • concerned. Anyone who believes that the past is no longer
    • it is no longer there. Such a man would believe that the district through
    • as stupid to believe that the past is no longer there. As a matter of
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    • we described as belonging to the etheric organism continue during sleep.
    • belong to the physical body as such, for they cease when it becomes
    • them what I had to assume as outside of man during sleep no longer remains
    • your physical body. You belong to your body, for you say to yourself:
    • there we need no longer ‘think’ in the sense of everyday life.
    • warmth-processes, you perceive the real ego, working from times long
    • grasping it, what belongs to one's pre-earthly state and earlier
    • of the physical world. It can no longer give rise to the impressions
    • the exhaled air. For the physical body no longer breathes; with all
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    • ticket and travelled further. He did this for a long time. He commenced
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    • experience I have just described. He no longer feels himself confronting
    • longer; if one sleeps little, it will be shorter. On an average it will
    • earth; then the earth no longer envelopes him, and he is born into the
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    • frequently abnormal, when what has been long forgotten comes before
    • to death and many things emerge that have long been far from his conscious
    • memory. Old people, when dying, suddenly remember things that had long
    • Now, as long as we are living on earth, we continue to regard the memories
    • of years long past and of the last few days are there simultaneously.
    • longer there.
    • painful events, as something that belongs to our human being as a whole.
    • animal kingdoms — for these belong to the earth. But in that world
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    • natural science continues along its present lines, the more numerous
    • longer have to do with an iron necessity of nature but with a cosmic
    • Nineteenth Century, but for a much longer time than that they have
    • that they shall be borne in mind, because we must no longer be a sect
    • are no longer heard; instead of that, people listen nowadays to
    • earthly life is repeated, it comes to the same thing. All these long
    • long articles, no notice has been taken of Dr. Boos’ answer to
    • Therefore, it is no longer permissible to say that it is a question
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    • without such an oath they would no longer go so firmly forward. But,
    • entire civilized world? The primary necessity is no longer to allow
    • culture, all that belongs to the fourth cultural epoch. And the
    • events of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and it was no longer so
    • no longer Jesuits, but one spoke of the Fathers of the Faith as
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    • realized. As long as the science of our universities, our recognized
    • public education, rejects the science of initiation, as long as an
    • external, material science is alone recognized, so long will humanity
    • care that those belonging to it should never think about the real
    • relatively unfettered by them. The longer a state exists, and
    • especially the longer the various parties in the state apply their
    • where he is, for there is no longer only one law, but everything is
    • on doing so for a long while, had not the secular governments come to
    • Church long ago foresaw that the social condition which has now come
    • said, that the time would come when one could no longer count on
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    • grandparents and so on. Unlike men of old, they no longer feel that
    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • characteristics. When we no longer strive to fathom man's
    • one hand man will be aware of himself as belonging to the earth; on
    • feelings will ripen, and when they are no longer mere theory, but are
    • super-earthly being, a cosmic being. The fulfilment of this longing
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    • grandparents and so on. Unlike men of old, they no longer feel that
    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • characteristics. When we no longer strive to fathom man's
    • one hand man will be aware of himself as belonging to the earth; on
    • feelings will ripen, and when they are no longer mere theory, but are
    • super-earthly being, a cosmic being. The fulfilment of this longing
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    • knowledge along purely scientific lines! This knowledge once
    • we were in error on a certain matter, and to-day are no longer so,
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • concerned, for we are obliged to make use of the body as long as we
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • knowledge often obliges one to sit still for long hours at a stretch,
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
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    • knowledge along purely scientific lines! This knowledge once
    • we were in error on a certain matter, and to-day are no longer so,
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • concerned, for we are obliged to make use of the body as long as we
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • knowledge often obliges one to sit still for long hours at a stretch,
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
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    • after long acquaintance — if at all — in former
    • will no longer be possible to do this spontaneously in the
    • relationships, belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and modern
    • connections formed at a stroke are no longer even beneficial, and
    • Towards this, modern man is developing; he is no longer
    • previous incarnations. This takes longer than recognition at first
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • element in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch has no longer any meaning
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • as the gift of reason is no longer bestowed upon us like our two arms
    • brothers and sister peoples and nations will no longer understand
    • the growing child. What long-winded theories are devised in every
    • should know nothing about these spiritual beings is no longer a
    • given out because humanity should no longer be without them.
    • belong to theological or religious circles. How they all take the
    • And yet these good intentions do not help so long as they consist
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    • after long acquaintance — if at all — in former
    • will no longer be possible to do this spontaneously in the
    • relationships, belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and modern
    • connections formed at a stroke are no longer even beneficial, and
    • Towards this, modern man is developing; he is no longer
    • previous incarnations. This takes longer than recognition at first
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • element in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch has no longer any meaning
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • as the gift of reason is no longer bestowed upon us like our two arms
    • brothers and sister peoples and nations will no longer understand
    • the growing child. What long-winded theories are devised in every
    • should know nothing about these spiritual beings is no longer a
    • given out because humanity should no longer be without them.
    • belong to theological or religious circles. How they all take the
    • And yet these good intentions do not help so long as they consist
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    • was walking along a river bank. If someone today walks along a river bank
    • the man of old did not feel like that. When he walked along a river
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried along by the
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • back to what had once long before been an experience of the breathing
    • but along the more inward path of thinking itself. The right path for man
    • If one perseveres for a sufficiently long time with exercises of
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • them and by keeping his arms raised for a long time. Thus, he learned
    • things can be discovered only along such paths as those I have indicated
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    • was walking along a river bank. If someone today walks along a river bank
    • the man of old did not feel like that. When he walked along a river
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried along by the
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • back to what had once long before been an experience of the breathing
    • but along the more inward path of thinking itself. The right path for man
    • If one perseveres for a sufficiently long time with exercises of
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • them and by keeping his arms raised for a long time. Thus, he learned
    • things can be discovered only along such paths as those I have indicated
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    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • super-sensible experience of what men at that time could no longer receive
    • theology has succumbed to materialism. Even theology has no longer any
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • sacred for him — for he ought no longer to call what he has,
    • festival, all their thinking about Easter runs along the lines of old
    • formula to which they have long been accustomed. But have we any right
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • festival of Resurrection, but in our materialistic outlook we have long
    • things that cannot possibly belong together; they cannot possibly exist
    • longer feels that he is himself united with those worlds, and that the
    • works of culture will no longer send their voice out into the universe,
    • thought the things that essentially belong together. They want to raise a
    • together’ the things that belong together. They raise a mist before
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    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • super-sensible experience of what men at that time could no longer receive
    • theology has succumbed to materialism. Even theology has no longer any
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • sacred for him — for he ought no longer to call what he has,
    • festival, all their thinking about Easter runs along the lines of old
    • formula to which they have long been accustomed. But have we any right
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • festival of Resurrection, but in our materialistic outlook we have long
    • things that cannot possibly belong together; they cannot possibly exist
    • longer feels that he is himself united with those worlds, and that the
    • works of culture will no longer send their voice out into the universe,
    • thought the things that essentially belong together. They want to raise a
    • together’ the things that belong together. They raise a mist before
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    • have nothing left but methods. They no longer set out on the objective
    • essential life — no longer elaborated in the old way, but derived
    • on me, for they belong in the fullest sense to Count Keyserlingk and
    • not go on stirring long enough. You have to stir for a long time; I
    • near my life for a long time; I took part in them most actively. Thus
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    • to be great fun — this stirring; and you would no longer dream
    • is no longer the substances as such, but the dynamic radiant activity.
    • with long shoots und nothing else upon them at the place where your
    • they will no longer work so well. There might even be this possibility:
    • three or four years, they belong to the soil (unless they happen to
    • 12 to 16 inches long (Diagram 9), i.e.
    • after dilution. You must do the stirring not too long before you use
    • worn out. However, in the strict sense of the word these are no longer
    • these things are no longer as clear to-day as they used to be in olden
    • it is a ticklish question, but it can be answered positively along these
    • however, it would no longer be possible to write a peasant's philosophy.
    • These things have been almost entirely lost. It is no longer as it was
    • and when those people came along with their broad-brimmed hats, introducing
    • peasants' calendars contained what they no longer contain to-day.
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    • the same method for a longer time, it is often as it is in medicine.
    • doing so. I presume we should now have to sow them again along the edges
    • begun to blossom, the cattle will no longer take it.
    • it depend on how long the preparations are kept with the manure, after
    • are mixed with the manure it is meaningless to ask how long they should
    • that in the subsoil underneath the fertile layer they would no longer
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    • times it is scarcely possible any longer. In our time knowledge cannot
    • So long
    • I take it the camomile growing here along the railway track is the right
    • Artificial manure is a thing you will no longer need; it will go
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    • Not too long after collecting the seed.
    • of long duration or too intense and deeply penetrating, the influence
    • will presently affect them in such a way that they will no longer be
    • by electricity so long as electricity was not there. Now — not
    • in a practical way and not so abstractly, it will no longer seem to
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Preface
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    • can no longer be built from thinking to will and action. Food plants
    • no longer contain the forces people need for this.”
    • Science Section of the Goetheanum. Before long it had spread to Austria,
    • by dilutions as high as 1:1 million, or even 1:100 million, no longer
    • belong to the realm of the fantastic and incredible. They do not meet
    • than fill a book. But it is no longer possible to dismiss the influence
    • but other such grains as oats, barley and lucerne belong to the same
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    • to plant sainfoin on the rye- and wheat fields, at least along the edges.
    • how important it is to plant horseradish along the edge of your potato
    • are eclipsed nowadays. Modern agriculture has such experience no longer.
    • in it for long. On the other hand, he observed that if a certain bacterial
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    • been cherished in many quarters for a long time past, this is the
    • From one aspect or another, all interests of human life belong to
    • will lead us along many different side tracks — necessarily so,
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • water from a long distance. Hence they were wont to put out pails and
    • have a long period of revolution, as in the case of Saturn: thirty
    • Along these lines we
    • influences which are at work in the whole Universe are no longer
    • understood. These must be looked for again along such lines as I have
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    • presently why this is the natural thing. So long as one does not
    • Whatever is above the Earth, belongs in truth to the
    • plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
    • Earth have the greatest longing to become crystalline, and the deeper
    • we go into the Earth, the more they have this longing to become
    • preserve the cosmic process in the organism long enough — that
    • strongly, and it is permeated every moment with a longing to deny the
    • specific animal life also belongs. For reasons which will presently
    • overgrown as it is with plants, along with the animals in the same
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    • of Nature wherein nitrogen is working, nor can they do so, so long as
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • beings of the Universe have followed it along the same sad way! What
    • for we can no longer afford to buy it!
    • significance in the Universe. The time is not so very long ago
    • the case may be — and along the paths of this framework the
    • essence that moves along the paths of the oxygen. For the ethereal
    • moves with the help of sulphur along the paths of oxygen.
    • along the paths mapped out by the framework. Wherever any line, or
    • ourselves. We are united with our surroundings — we belong to
    • our environment. As my little finger belongs to me, so do the things
    • that are around us naturally belong to the whole human being. There
    • no longer feels comfortable there. It wants to dissolve again. And
    • the long winter nights! He does indeed acquire a kind of method
    • plants, everything that belongs to nitrogen lives far more nearly
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    • itself. You need only remember the absurdities that prevailed not long
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • produce, often do not emerge for a long time. Spiritual Science will
    • all, a baby — so long as it does not know what a comb is for will
    • long as we do not know what their true essence is ...
    • way that with its help the life is carried along certain fines of forces,
    • when we took out the manure it no longer smelt at all. This was a very
    • striking fast. It had no longer any smell, though naturally it began
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    • it had to be — this insight too has gone. Science no longer perceives
    • Science no longer knows the working of this all-embracing life. Insight
    • fact be clear on this: So long as we try to ennoble or improve the manure
    • Nevertheless, by prolonged
    • keep it as long as you wish. Add the substance which you take out of
    • where the snow will remain for a long time and where the sun will shine
    • for the human being. They will no longer have the proper nutritive power.
    • longer argue such entire confusion on our part as it would have done
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    • all that can be known along the lines which we have indicated here.
    • all — and we get no farther along these lines. Treated in this
    • you have thus treated. It no longer grows as rampantly. Moreover, many
    • pests of the field. But we can no longer speak so generally when we
    • Above and beneath this level you can no longer live. Nor can the nematode.
    • longer live. It shuns life if it has to live in an earth thus peppered.
    • to the wide spaces. No longer content to shut ourselves off in a room,
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    • the boughs and branches still belong to this). Out of all this the real
    • For the two things belong together: the winged animals, and that which
    • rich in forests long before man did anything—for in certain matters
    • did not fully understand it any longer, but he revived it from old usage
    • in Nature. Those who came after him no longer understood it. To this
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    • act according to these theories, they no longer hit off the reality
    • them no longer. In such a case, it is from the head that the animal
    • first becomes weak. It can no longer feed the body because it is unable
    • deposited. Whatever is no longer capable of assimilation is deposited
    • by long and thin-stalked plants, left simply to their own development
    • — that is to say, long grass, etc., that has grown into hay —
    • whatever is long and thin-stalked and goes to hay (Diagram 20). In agriculture
    • but when she calves (for the fodder-reforms you introduce along these
    • the old remedies. Though they no longer know why, they have kept them
    • trees. They have no longer any comprehensive vision of the relationships
    • the rhythmic system with the substantial nature that belongs to it in
    • doubt, over a long period of time. Splendid results will emerge if you
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    • precious stones have no longings, no desires, no wishes;
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • to attain inner knowledge no longer required to see the
    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • man no longer thinks in matter
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    • precious stones have no longings, no desires, no wishes;
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • to attain inner knowledge no longer required to see the
    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • man no longer thinks in matter
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    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • with the earth; but modern people are no longer able to
    • character: A man striding along with two urns and pouring
    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • the real worker belongs to the sphere of Sagittarius,
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    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • with the earth; but modern people are no longer able to
    • character: A man striding along with two urns and pouring
    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • the real worker belongs to the sphere of Sagittarius,
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    • not belong to our physical world, but who are in themselves so independent
    • You have seen that groups of animals of the same species together belong
    • belong, to the same sort of beings as inhabit our present moon, having
    • which a man must ponder over a long time if he is to express himself,
    • in the human body, there is actually only one thing that belongs or
    • can increasingly belong to man — and that is his blood. Man's
    • spirit or Budhi. But as long as man has not control of these parts of
    • man, belongs to the body of beings who live in our astral world. To
    • hosts of these beings. They revolve through man, move along through
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    • to follow these complicated connections naturally takes a long, long
    • only and it has risen from this to the form of existence belonging to
    • from the sun. The sun and its beings advance along a more rapid evolutionary
    • path. Our earth and the beings belonging to it take a different course.
    • that of a fixed star. Thus when beings are no longer restricted to the
    • form of existence belonging to a fixed star but have expanded their
    • long and greatly differing periods of evolution; the forces working
    • is concerned, we can say that planetary existence belongs to the sphere
    • of the Finite, whereas Zodiacal existence belongs to the sphere of Infinitude.
    • belong to these constellations. These seven constellations comprise the
    • after long, long preparation, has steadily unfolded and developed. This
    • I, this ego, has been in course of preparation for long, long ages.
    • of ascending forces; there was no longer a state of parity. Before the
    • for the ego to participate in the work of the forces belonging to the
    • Being whose innermost nature belongs wholly to the Zodiac, whose forces
    • belong wholly to the Zodiac, who only manifests in planetary life through
    • Christ belongs to the cosmos as a whole. His I, his Ego, reaches to
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    • had sat on it for a sufficiently long life-time and had watched how
    • the present earth, extending far beyond the outermost planets now belonging
    • beings. They belonged to it, and what happened in this primordial mist
    • a separate cosmic body, everything else that belongs to our present
    • tempo as long as the sun remained with the earth. Then something came
    • belonging to the Fire-Spirits, had not quite kept up with them in cosmic
    • and Jupiter, which had been in existence the longest, worked on the
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    • is in the long run again membered into the wisdom of the whole system.
    • as belong to the “creative beings” — considering first
    • those of an exalted order. Man must work in evolution for a long time
    • fact that the Spirits of Form no longer have need of an etheric or life-body;
    • they give up the etheric body. They no longer ray down the life-giving
    • evolution. In the Lemurian Age, in the course of long periods of time,
    • Age. There still existed an old clairvoyance which no longer saw in
    • long time. For the etheric body is the bearer of memory and since these
    • pictures coming from outside were held for a long time. Memory at that
    • in full measure. The wisdom that we meet with everywhere belongs to
    • that that is something which was already there long ago!” These
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    • circulation has arisen from it, and the organ which existed for a long
    • marvellous, it is no longer anything extraordinary. A few centuries
    • together with the finer substances. The sun went out. It no longer shone
    • it was denser than before, it was no longer a fine etheric substance.
    • them; now they had lost the power of shining. The earth was no longer
    • along the lines which I described as lines of warmth and gradually passed
    • moon after the departure of the sun. But as long as the moon remained
    • up man as long as they were united with the earth, they now worked in
    • organized along the lines of force, this protoplasm being similar in
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    • as a member of a whole number of others who belonged to one an-other.
    • In our day, in normal circumstances a man no longer remembers what his
    • father has done, unless he has seen it. He no longer remembers what
    • live so long? Why did the other Patriarchs live so long? Because one
    • that is no longer bound to the blood — that is, that men learn
    • no longer merely acknowledges matter, but penetrates it with human intelligence
    • the laws of geometry. Matter is no longer an opposing power but is recast
    • no matter to what people or nation it belongs. All divisions must fall
    • is to merge into knowledge, if man is no longer given religion according
    • no longer exist? There will be no religion that is founded on mere faith.
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    • has only reached his present condition in the course of a long evolution,
    • that man perceives through the senses, no matter what it is, be-longs
    • for four to five days. The memory-tableau lasts as long as the person
    • that the Archangels have a consciousness that no longer reaches down
    • Yahve belonged to the rank of the Revelations. He was a sublime Being
    • whose consciousness no longer descends to the animals. When the initiate
    • Yahve or Jehovah; the unlawful belongs to the ranks of the Original
    • for Satan has for a long time been spoken of somewhat scornfully! And
    • “Revelations,” Exusiai. To them, for instance, belongs the
    • together with his companions, the Elohim. The Spirits of Light belong
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    • for physical perception, but they exist nevertheless. The animal belongs
    • which are no longer visible to the physical senses, beings possessing
    • And this has come into existence through the fact that for long periods
    • out it no longer acts with higher intelligence. In this way we have
    • arrives at a point where he can no longer incorporate in a human body,
    • ranks for a long way and everywhere you will find that what is on the
    • something occurs which no longer seems quite to fit in with what I have
    • back. What the ape detaches from the group spirit can no longer return.
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    • of severing, which are no longer in a position to send back to the astral
    • a bee or similar insect sucks at a flower belongs to the “interesting”
    • of years we find man himself as a being still belonging to a group soul.
    • do when you go along the streets on a foggy evening and see the lamps
    • but as a sort of limb of spiritual beings. He belonged to higher spiritual
    • beings as our hands belong to us. The faint feeling of individuality
    • time when the human being had a vivid consciousness of belonging to
    • reason why the Patriarchs Adam, Noah, and so on, had such a long life
    • merely a name that lasted as long as the memory lasted. One who does
    • opinion prevails only as long as pure truth is not clouded by passions,
    • that they can no longer be clouded by sympathy and antipathy. Continually
    • in the future. Then we shall no longer have to speak of racial connections
    • if his individual soul keeps itself aloof too long on the earth, and
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    • It is physical law which governs the physical body. It belongs, for
    • the ear belong the sub-stances which are impregnated into this scaffolding
    • body callously leaves what belongs to it, what it is actually due to
    • is no longer there. That is quite out of the question. Never can a nervous
    • As long as no abnormalities
    • circuitous way, now flit and whir about in our world and belong to the
    • and slanders but also other things belonging to the soul life produce
    • the physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego belong together,
    • belong to the class of demons. Their existence is solely due to the
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    • what we call roughly the astral body, the soul body, which belongs to
    • soul — which moreover belongs to the astral body and is of astral
    • belonging to the great times of art when there was still a strong feeling
    • it stands solitary, it is not the whole. The people within belong to
    • should have to travel a long road if we would show how through his unique
    • secular as long as man is incapable of imprinting the spirit into them.
    • will they be mutually related as two things belonging to each other.
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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
    • life – which belongs to the sun and what one sees in
    • crystallized from the basis of the long sleep. From the
    • normal reason, how they went like sleepwalkers alongside
    • the two beings belong together: the resurrected one and he
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    • did not belong to the earthly sphere. He descended from the
    • name of the people to whom he belonged. In the sixth degree
    • and can no longer suffer because he has no physical body.
    • that wasted body he could no longer answer Pilate's,
    • no longer spoke from the decaying body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • longer admired him, but stood in front of the cross mocking
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    • Elias, for example, no longer speaks.” What did still
    • really belong, but will help to explain Bath Kol. Later on
    • same spirit which had spoken to the Jewish teachers of long
    • ago would no longer do so. One day – and it was
    • revealed to him the following: I no longer reach to the
    • illnesses. The place of worship had long since been
    • year, mostly longer. He had to show by his conduct, his
    • Everything belonged to all, there was no personal
    • could care for the needy with the goods belonging to the
    • Order, except those who belonged to his own family.
    • were still other experiences. For a long time Jesus of
    • could no longer understand themselves well. For something
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    • get along well with them, but they didn't really
    • no longer relevant. In ancient times yes, but not now. To
    • ancient Judaism are no longer appropriate because the
    • ancient Jews are no longer here. They must be seen as
    • Zarathustra teaching was no longer appropriate for the
    • why people can no longer live in their physical bodies
    • demonic. People can no longer hear what was once announced
    • year. In fact he felt no longer connected with what was old
    • more and more similar to it. And the longer he lived the
    • that there are people who have been saying for a long time
    • that they belong to him. Afterwards a person such as
    • clothes on and comes out with the clothes belonging to the
    • clothes, they belong to so-an-do, and he is not at all
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    • souls as belonging to living beings, and they felt their own souls in
    • no longer do this, when the good or the evil will be written indelibly
    • themselves according to the stream in which they apparently belong.
    • that it will incarnate. Individuals will belong to this race only through
    • soul forces. Membership in a race will no longer be forced upon a soul,
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    • souls as belonging to living beings, and they felt their own souls in
    • no longer do this, when the good or the evil will be written indelibly
    • themselves according to the stream in which they apparently belong.
    • that it will incarnate. Individuals will belong to this race only through
    • soul forces. Membership in a race will no longer be forced upon a soul,
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    • should immerse ourselves in this sign until we feel it is no longer
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    • a long time until the higher degrees of vision were permitted. Only
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    • means much to those who belong to the theosophical movement, who feel
    • that they belong to a spiritual movement. It means something entirely
    • no longer live its life on the physical plane. Just as it is here on
    • errors belong to their karma; their deeds concern humanity. Let us learn
    • a long wait. Selfless are those who devote themselves to the spiritual
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    • and the remaining human bodies belonged to the races that had become
    • that has lived for a long time and found various explanations. However,
    • souls sitting along the way who are not interested in evolving — what
    • that does not belong to it to be antipathetic. A purified astral body
    • will no longer be a tree of death.
    • to change the form of everything. They will have to work for a long
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    • belongs among the oldest ancient documents of Christianity, has been
    • astral body for a long time. In a meditant who has begun and practices
    • results for a long time. The astral body changes, it becomes a different
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    • treasure and took them along to Asia. These were then imprinted into
    • initiate down to ancient India, to those still longing to return to
    • ancient Indians were protected from falling into materialism. Their longing
    • where new impulses can no longer be brought forward. When we work and
    • when she could hide him no longer she took for him a basket made
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    • into Atlantean times we no longer see people as individual beings but
    • with weapons. It will be a war of souls, of souls who no longer understand
    • connection between these forces. As long as the Atlanteans used the
    • longer slaves of our physical bodies.
    • the soul that they no longer believe in today.
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    • Such people would gradually lose devachan; kamaloca would last longer and
    • longer and they would be captured, united with the gravity of earth.
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    • fourth epoch, could no longer appear in normal states of consciousness
    • existing alongside a highly refined approach to knowledge concerning
    • and “Christened, will walk as it were etherically, no longer
    • the seventh age, human beings wholly entangled in matter will no longer
    • have to fear much from Theosophy, for on earth there will no longer be
    • of Laodicea will not last long. It lies within the free will of every
    • human being to belong to either the community of Philadelphia or the
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    • beings that belong to it. At the beginning of our evolution the earth
    • time they were in a spiritual body. Then, when the sun was no longer
    • age. Human beings no longer have any memory of an earlier age. We now
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    • onward, we no longer incorporate such a reflection. For what takes place
    • bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, they no longer become leading personalities.
    • be proclaimed as Theosophy. Those people simply no longer exist who,
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    • No longer will the fact that a human being is born into a specific race
    • longer I who live, but Christ in me.”
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    • in the second seal as the red rider. Here the soul no longer appears
    • no longer appears in a white garment. Once again he takes peace away
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    • also belong to this whole stream of evolution that is pictured, as if
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    • be a perfect bearer of the I. For this reason the ancient Indians longed
    • Paul said, “... it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • this — their blood belonged to nothing else on earth than to Christ
    • deeply mystical life developed in this way among those who belonged to this
    • belongs.
    • spiritual worlds to which they belonged, became clouded and dim; their
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • Harmony of the Spheres — will have to remain a mystery for a long time
    • and that belongs to the spiritual world. Body, soul and spirit are we here.
    • So that alongside of the social order, a soul order is necessary on earth,
    • belongs properly to the spirit.
    • it possible for them to remain for a long time unknown to human
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • who belong to the world of movement are passing through what is being placed
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • this — their blood belonged to nothing else on earth than to Christ
    • deeply mystical life developed in this way among those who belonged to this
    • belongs.
    • spiritual worlds to which they belonged, became clouded and dim; their
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • Harmony of the Spheres — will have to remain a mystery for a long time
    • and that belongs to the spiritual world. Body, soul and spirit are we here.
    • So that alongside of the social order, a soul order is necessary on earth,
    • belongs properly to the spirit.
    • it possible for them to remain for a long time unknown to human
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • who belong to the world of movement are passing through what is being placed
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    • from knowing his own being and has such a long way to go in order to
    • covering a long period of time. For it is a theme which cannot be
    • of the brain and the spinal cord. Everything belonging in this
    • Taking a side view, we observe that what belongs to these two systems
    • diagram represents all the super-imposed vertebrae along the whole
    • enclosed everything belonging to the sphere of the brain and the
    • straining every sense and gathering countless impressions. A long
    • activity of soul. He then proceeds to establish after a long interval
    • through outward action what has grown, in long-continued
    • that portion of the aura belonging to this region is such that we can
    • as a fact, along with what has been said to-day in connection with a
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    • red state. We know that this transformed blood, no longer useful for
    • designated by the name belonging to that star which, to these ancient
    • light act upon the optic nerve. So long as they affect the optic
    • longer act upon each other. We can indicate this by a diagram in
    • reciprocal action between the nerves and the blood can no longer take
    • conserves those forces which reach out along the entire horizon of
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    • no longer say to this familiar being of his, “This is I”;
    • himself out of his ego. He does not any longer feel in that case:
    • of his blood. This sympathetic nervous system passes first along the
    • irregularities must be counterbalanced. Accordingly somewhere along
    • belonging to our solar system. For the occultist all those forces
    • the most remote one belonging to this system. If, then, we visualise
    • pictorial expressions belonging to prehistoric
    • themselves in the course of infinitely long periods of time in order
    • now from the “pictures” belonging to the different peoples,
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    • knowledge gathered from all that belongs to present-day science,
    • understood of all the functions belonging to the spleen. We must
    • the form and manner in which they exist in our environment. So long
    • belonging to this substance has mastered him, that these laws now
    • entire inner organisation, the organs belonging to the digestive
    • them everything belonging to the inner organisation of man which is
    • the heart, together with the blood-system belonging to it, as by far
    • and the blood-system belonging to it something in the human organism
    • directly with the rhythm belonging to the outer world) and what
    • a physical substance in the human organism, and belongs as such to
    • real within our inner world system; and to this last belong all our
    • between these two world-conceptions has through long periods of time
    • longer any other resource, not knowing whether spirit works upon the
    • together, in about the same way, to use a comparison belonging to the
    • ether-body which belongs to the rest of the bodily organisation.
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    • the result that we must consider what then remains as belonging to
    • belonging to the physical world fits itself in and, attracted by the
    • cannot any longer continue its normal development.
    • life but would experience itself; on the contrary, only as belonging
    • about one thing. In what belongs to our conscious inner experience,
    • activity; but in the actual formation we have no longer any influence.
    • confront each other all along the line, so to speak; but we find
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    • belonging to his total organisation. As a matter of fact, if we look
    • into what belongs to this total organisation of man, we shall find
    • belong also to the skin. And they do belong to the skin; for we
    • not so. As long as we are alive we are not dealing, in a single
    • affects the nervous system is regulated as we know along certain
    • guide the activity of the nerves along the nerve-cords (we have in
    • everything which in the strictest sense belongs to the physical
    • system, it will not any longer be hard for us also to understand that
    • force-systems belonging to the human organism; consequently it is
    • influence, we can no longer reach it with our ego; yet in spite of
    • case of the skull-bone which also, however, no longer follows the ego
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    • organs belonging to these systems push its way up into our conscious
    • example, those organs belonging to the inner cosmic system, are in
    • are more inward in character (which belong more to the soul and to
    • the conscious life, will-impulses and the like, they belong to that
    • texture woven of those processes which we must describe as belonging
    • soul-activities, belonging to the other ego, must penetrate into the
    • normal consciousness, we ourselves belong only to the physical world.
    • distinguish the function belonging to the blood by reason of the fact
    • longer recognises himself in his will-impulses! Man recognises
    • so hindered that it no longer manifests its capacity in this
    • directs us to the individual life of these organs belonging to the
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    • long as a living being does not consciously share in its own inner
    • to apply ordinary concepts to these things, and say that, so long as
    • stream, and metamorphoses its substances all along the course of the
    • require particularly in our blood, and which therefore belongs to the
    • taken into account so long as it is in the alimentary canal, but only
    • lymph-system. The plant-nature no longer extends to the point where
    • cannot have any effect at all upon whatever belongs to the material
    • itself. (The brain, for instance, belongs to this system; to imagine
    • all the earth so long as it is going through its present
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    • never forget belongs to an entirely different world — a world
    • is rooted in the super-sensible, and although we can go a long way
    • seen with the outward eye. So long as one connects the words
    • souls in the mighty word B'reschit? Where does it belong?
    • which did not belong to them, but which they were able to achieve by
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    • earth evolution means that the light, which it still had so long as
    • of light. In the earth evolution that is no longer the case. The
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    • it was because at that time men no longer knew anything of what
    • concomitant conditions. So long as our terrestrial substance was
    • still united with the solar substance, so long as the sunlight did
    • longer lost, no longer inwardly shrivelled, but on the contrary he
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    • show in the long run that this is so. As to Saturn's state of warmth,
    • belong?
    • identifying the seven days of creation with longer or shorter periods
    • “day” of creation signify some longer period of time.
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    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • long, long time.
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    • astral worlds, in a higher sense also belongs to the sphere of
    • passed through their lower stages of evolution in a long distant
    • rose emerges again. Even if the rose no longer remained by him, the
    • Will, who have laboured so long in this earth element to build up the
    • longer to build up and densify the earth element than the watery.
    • fantasy. So long as these concepts are merely used as calculating
    • existence of atoms, as envisaged today, to be real. So long as atoms
    • water, Beings belonging to the hierarchy of the Cherubim are at work.
    • member of the hierarchical order, say of the Elohim; so long as they
    • longer seven, but a sevenfold whole. We can now speak of an
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    • there outside us, and that our inwardness exists alongside them,
    • Beings whom we speak of as belonging to this or that hierarchy had
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    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • astral body, with the activity of the starry world, which belongs
    • does not make contact with the earth, he still belongs to the more
    • — so long as we believe that a man of flesh and blood was
    • belonging not to the ground, but to the periphery of the earth.
    • there was no longer any consciousness that the Bible is a record of
    • like that. Today it is very easy to criticise the Bible, as long as
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    • the spiritual Beings who belong to it — had to withdraw from
    • astrally. While, so long as the sun remained with the earth,
    • into its periphery so long as the moon remained with it. So it came
    • belonging to our solar system, each according to the stage of his
    • all with the eye of the seer one realises that along with what
    • being at that time belonged to the part of man which today withdraws
    • it belonged to the astral being of man. It is the forces working in
    • beneficial. Why was it that they had nevertheless to remain along
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    • tradition no longer matter, because knowledge of the truth enables
    • regards his external form, man belongs to the highest stage of the
    • longer devoted to the creation of man. That part of the Elohim which
    • will no longer have the Bible. If we could go on longer, we should be
    • into being, forming their physical bodies below, man had already long
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    • space of time which must not be too long, we try to concentrate
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • being no longer requires certain forces for the development of his
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • we proceed in the right way along the path of spiritual
    • no longer have the support which the external world provides, as it
    • This a special form of self-discipline. We are then no longer
    • all his forces harmoniously and intensively along the path leading to
    • along these paths do not stand outside the ordinary
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    • space of time which must not be too long, we try to concentrate
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • being no longer requires certain forces for the development of his
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • we proceed in the right way along the path of spiritual
    • no longer have the support which the external world provides, as it
    • This a special form of self-discipline. We are then no longer
    • all his forces harmoniously and intensively along the path leading to
    • along these paths do not stand outside the ordinary
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    • By taking such elements along into the spiritual world, the
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • can be kept relatively in check will be intensified, along with the
    • now sees, “You can no longer have a support in the world that
    • you want to enter; you can no longer have the support of outer sense
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • spiritual world, however, so long as one is in the physical body; one
    • a spiritual investigator and no longer can merit a full trust. This is
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • By taking such elements along into the spiritual world, the
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • can be kept relatively in check will be intensified, along with the
    • now sees, “You can no longer have a support in the world that
    • you want to enter; you can no longer have the support of outer sense
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • spiritual world, however, so long as one is in the physical body; one
    • a spiritual investigator and no longer can merit a full trust. This is
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • privately printed courses on the other, belong within what I elaborated as
    • spiritual longing of the members.
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    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • been taken along that golden middle road between ancient occultism
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • culture requires a sacrifice — they no longer feel that in
    • needed, for which we have had to wait a little longer — one
    • that along with material substance spiritual life is absorbed into
    • passages. You will calmly accept all the long passages necessitated
    • by the subject. Nothing is too long for us, nothing too undramatic,
    • never shrink from putting long passages which may seem tedious on the
    • catalogue of thanks for a long time. Lastly I might thank you all for
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    • vision which belongs to the very oldest endowment of wisdom of
    • and along with the sensible received the spiritual, he consciously
    • longer possessed a morality drawn from the activity of Nature within
    • morality upon men along with the forces of Nature; then the forces of
    • compact; it so transforms the astral body that it no longer develops
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
    • Christ even when He no longer walks among men in a physical body,
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    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • Spirit, and at the same time the longing to resolve it, is discharged
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • that the longing to resolve this opposition is very widely felt. It
    • longer experiences what I have so far only been able to put before
    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • the rainbow. So long as it cannot be explained it is as much a wonder
    • not been mentioned as belonging to the other two bodies. Everything
    • us and then disappears, belongs to the astral body; every habitual,
    • in the soul, belongs to the ether body. And for everything which is
    • faculties. But in this case one can no longer properly speak of a
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    • all to direct humanity along the straight line of evolution, to
    • not only those Beings who guide evolution along its line of direct
    • of spiritual leadership dominate it. So long as we cannot distinguish
    • between them, and so long as we fanatically uphold one or the other
    • longing towards the cast-off husk at the death of the Earth. This
    • Christ and those belonging to Him, but all other Beings, cease to
    • death of the Earth all those souls who belong to the Christ will in
    • perpetual longing for that star which, as the husk of the Earth,
    • longing towards the star formed of earthly dross, and not only would
    • they admire it, but longingly they would say: ‘That is our
    • the guidance of humanity, but always with this tragic longing for a
    • evolution with the perpetual longing within him for his true home,
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • which Lucifer's longings perpetually tend’.
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • from the Earth to Venus. This longing which the Greek soul recognised
    • as being Lucifer's, he also felt to belong to the substance of
    • a part of the human soul through the obliteration of the longing for
    • admittedly be a certain longing and even a certain union with what as
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    • belonging.
    • Elohim, that Jahve, belonged to the gods who could not be directly
    • with forces which still belong to the material world, will inevitably
    • evolution. To the ancient Hebrews, no longer to be permeated by the
    • In that book we come to recognise that as long as the clairvoyant, or so
    • long as human beings in general, could think of this soul as confined to
    • longer astonish you if you observe the ordinary man of today. At
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • they no longer needed to be like Cecrops, Theseus and Cadmus, in whom
    • the hierarchy to which Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto belonged there was no
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • said to himself, ‘Our Earth can no longer maintain such an
    • gone, they belong to the past. Since then this ego-consciousness has
    • belongs to the category of those Luciferic beings who labour to bring
    • there can be no jealousy. Hera belongs to those gods who further
    • its shell to belong to it, but further than this the human ego would
    • had assumed intellectual form, this later consciousness, no longer
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • reproductive instinct, which as such belongs entirely to the category
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    • but so long as he does not utter the lie so that it passes over into
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • belongs to any other world than the physical. If anyone were to
    • faculties, as belonging to any other world than that of the physical
    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • formerly belonged, denser matter than had been theirs formerly had
    • his ego is taken into account, he does not belong. No more striking
    • present Earth conditions such human forms can of course no longer
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    • easily see why this is. So long as philosophy — the ordinary
    • anything other than the things belonging to the outside world. Those
    • of common sense, but that we should take our common sense along with
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • which belong together. The younger Dionysos, who, I told you, allowed
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    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
    • his natural propensities, are carried along in the etheric stream
    • with desires, longings, sympathies and antipathies, emotions and
    • necessary for something to be instilled into what through the long
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan had been preceded by a long preparation
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
    • developed which in the long run were only able to live in these finer
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    • belong to the sub-earthly current to which I referred yesterday.
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • active. They are the creatures belonging to the bird kingdom. Our
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • they are no longer to be distinguished.
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • being no longer at his disposal. But if by means of the esotericism
    • emerged in our time because the materialistic mind is no longer aware
    • olden times, though not so very long ago, the colours of these auras
    • steps in order to get to know him in his fulness, and no longer as a
    • it may be only after a long time that spiritual revelation gives to
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • world’, along the lines of abstract science, finds himself at
    • which is still possible in childhood though no longer so in later
    • stronger and stronger, then we can perhaps make progress along one or
    • thought-out cosmology leads to something which no longer has any real
    • content. There this old atomic theory has no longer any validity
    • longer in the presence of abstract thoughts, but of cosmic thoughts,
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    • and from which he longed to escape.
    • power would have free play; secondly, that, being no longer able to
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    • age-long provision by the spiritual powers, of the physical
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    • ego, which no longer only discovered itself in the etheric manifestation
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    • on. The child grows up, becomes a lifelong good-for-nothing, a disturber
    • a long time ago. In the first half of the nineteenth century there was
    • glory of the world, but also that Love and Wisdom belong in the deepest
    • he may be able to advance along his path of life, provides the right
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    • has long ceased to be properly understood. We must always remember what
    • Hebrew people can no longer be clouded by any mistaken feeling. The
    • chosen from among the Chaldeans an individual who no longer worked by
    • independently and that which for long ages had been the work of the gods
    • the Hebrew people could only regard as belonging to the age before
    • things of which the ancient Hebrews themselves had no longer actual
    • with the old clairvoyance belonging to the age before Abraham, and this
    • The star which the Magi follow moves in spiritual fashion along the
    • extending over long, long centuries, are now recapitulated in the destiny
    • extract of what has been achieved in history through long ages. Far,
    • belonging to one racial stock marry into a different stock, when the
    • itself, in freedom, the love which, because it now belongs to the
    • life of soul, is no longer bound up with the blood-tie. The Ego was
    • of the oriental peoples, the whole of mankind belonging to the old world
    • no longer a voice. In the ‘I' the kingdom of the Spirit speaks;
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    • to him complete, along with the inspirations themselves. The organism
    • of modern man is no longer suited for this, it has grown out of it;
    • by strict and strenuous rules. These rules, since they belonged to quite
    • out of the earth. Further, as long as his preparation and training lasted,
    • of allowing the hair to grow long. — To-day, of course, this is
    • no longer essential.
    • longer in the image of the Serpent, but in the image of the Lamb.
    • This etheric body was no longer permeated from within by what issued from
    • it behoved them so to change the tenor of their souls that they no longer
    • come from the “stone” was no longer needed, but when men
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    • anthroposophy were to speak along the lines that people nowadays call
    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • however, we are living in an age that has a long way to go before
    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • development is something that will continue for a very long period of
    • understand fully what belongs to the era from the eighth century
    • evolution. This is something modern man longs for if he is honest
    • belonging to spiritual science. And as we are in the age of
    • deepest longings of the present time, is also aware that there will
    • be more and more people coming along and attempting to tread the
    • spoken to you about what mankind is longing for. And it was this very
    • longing that caused such a caricature of super-sensible striving to
    • materialistic way. But alongside this materialistic striving
    • modern man understand his being in the way he longs to. Therefore
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    • anthroposophy were to speak along the lines that people nowadays call
    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • however, we are living in an age that has a long way to go before
    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • development is something that will continue for a very long period of
    • understand fully what belongs to the era from the eighth century
    • evolution. This is something modern man longs for if he is honest
    • belonging to spiritual science. And as we are in the age of
    • deepest longings of the present time, is also aware that there will
    • be more and more people coming along and attempting to tread the
    • spoken to you about what mankind is longing for. And it was this very
    • longing that caused such a caricature of super-sensible striving to
    • materialistic way. But alongside this materialistic striving
    • modern man understand his being in the way he longs to. Therefore
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    • belonging to the mineral kingdom. We shall not occupy ourselves with
    • consciousness, that is, the general consciousness belonging to the
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
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    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
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    • consider one process of thought which is along the lines of this
    • Of course, as long as we take Spiritual Science in
    • no longer see that the living interchanging activity of the reflected
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • So long as we allow ourselves to believe that he who blows his
    • — so long as we hold beliefs derived from the carelessly
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    • consider one process of thought which is along the lines of this
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    • no longer see that the living interchanging activity of the reflected
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • So long as we allow ourselves to believe that he who blows his
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    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • ordinary life of the East, belonging to an Asiatic people, and
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • Westerner's head is separated from the rest of his body by a long
    • offers to the world. A long path has to be trodden before these
    • closely related to the Earth, a spiritual activity along the paths or
    • longing, even when they try to conquer oriental peoples, to receive
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
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    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • ordinary life of the East, belonging to an Asiatic people, and
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • Westerner's head is separated from the rest of his body by a long
    • offers to the world. A long path has to be trodden before these
    • closely related to the Earth, a spiritual activity along the paths or
    • longing, even when they try to conquer oriental peoples, to receive
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
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    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • the divine worlds were no longer the highest, creative worlds
    • man realises, although the physical is no longer seen: What I
    • Power proclaimed so long in advance, actually appeared on the
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
    • Goddess, still wholly spiritual, belonging to the age when
    • reached only after death’, holds good no longer. For
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    • the divine worlds were no longer the highest, creative worlds
    • man realises, although the physical is no longer seen: What I
    • Power proclaimed so long in advance, actually appeared on the
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
    • Goddess, still wholly spiritual, belonging to the age when
    • reached only after death’, holds good no longer. For
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    • catastrophe of the world war. Whether they belong to a party or
    • people are no longer accustomed to use anything but their physical
    • spiritual science and belong to the same region of soul as artistic
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • concerned — people belonging, of course, to our materialistic
    • are no longer in a physical body. I experience it when I am with them
    • has long possessed many colonies with which it has industrial ties.
    • have said long ago: The delegates to Versailles whom we have sent are
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    • people are no longer accustomed to use anything but their physical
    • spiritual science and belong to the same region of soul as artistic
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • concerned — people belonging, of course, to our materialistic
    • are no longer in a physical body. I experience it when I am with them
    • has long possessed many colonies with which it has industrial ties.
    • have said long ago: The delegates to Versailles whom we have sent are
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • speak of certain facts which belong essentially to the ethical and moral
    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • generally, of men belonging to modern civilisation, this experience
    • belonging to European civilisation recognise Moses in this figure.
    • therefore by no means long ago — the name of Gautama Buddha was
    • no longer necessary for him to return to the Earth. Understanding of
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    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • generally, of men belonging to modern civilisation, this experience
    • belonging to European civilisation recognise Moses in this figure.
    • therefore by no means long ago — the name of Gautama Buddha was
    • no longer necessary for him to return to the Earth. Understanding of
  • Title: Universal Human: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • to which they belonged. Today, all 'group soul' characteristics - such
    • into another. Long before one epoch has run its course, the
    • belonging to the Hebrew people. They felt that what came to
    • the individuality. Instead, a whole group belonged together as a
    • we go into ancient times. Groups of human beings then belonged
    • of an Indian race, a Persian race, and so on, because it is no longer
    • the true character of cosmic mysteries, we have to say that as long
    • of his or her individual peculiarities. As long as we have our own
    • individuality must be so developed that it no longer retains anything
    • equally. As long as we have a preference, we are unable to make a
    • “idea” as used by our modern philosophers, who no longer
    • words designated something spiritual and psychic. That is no longer
    • particularly our scientific language, can no longer express anything
    • no longer use the brain, all scientific discussions are quite
    • be understood by the soul when it is no longer bound to the
    • long as we still think with the physical brain, but as soon as we
    • body but also when it is no longer bound to the physical brain. In
    • physical world and also by those who are no longer incarnated in
    • thinking, a spiritual being that is then carried along through
    • will belong to those who now cultivate their individualities. Those,
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • It will take a long time
    • Christ who would incarnate in it. If the Hebrews could no longer
    • at a lower stage of the species throughout long epochs is repeated in
    • to Egypt along the same path the Abrahamic people had followed
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    • to which they belonged. Today, all 'group soul' characteristics - such
    • only abstractions and generalities, and we no longer even notice this
    • literature long before they have any spiritual content to express,
    • St. Paul's words, “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who
    • beings have become earthly beings. The astral body really belonged to
    • could no longer extend out to the divine spiritual world. Listen to
    • longer believed that the divine spiritual thinks, feels, and wills in
    • that our soul solitude longs for the approach of the Lord in the
    • “Something will come that will no longer work in the way that
    • the Holy Spirit.” When Christ walked along the Sea of Galilee
    • same as a rainbow, which lasts only so long as the necessary
    • done in ancient Persia, is no longer practiced. Thus, the divine
    • wording. That can't be done; the old words are no longer understood.
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    • This is because the physical human body has undergone a long preparation.
    • would not have regarded each other as belonging to the same species,
    • body could no longer be worked on as was originally intended;
    • other as belonging to the same species, they would have given
    • no longer be comprehended by physical means. We finally have to
    • fully understood by all people because the old still exists alongside
    • belonging to our spiritual stream in their souls and hearts. If they
    • instead of consecutively will for a long time continue to evoke
    • belong to one of them, we know that we can bring something that will
    • express: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in
    • the power that comes from the words “It is no longer I who
    • bring something into the group that does not belong exclusively to
    • long-term developments. These simple words that express Christianity
    • result of a long development, so, in the future, the findings of
    • spend long periods of time learning about the details. You are called
    • something spiritual science works toward. When you feel you belong to
    • understanding of our spiritual movement — you belong to it in
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    • to which they belonged. Today, all 'group soul' characteristics - such
  • Title: Universal Human: Publisher's Note
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    • to which they belonged. Today, all 'group soul' characteristics - such
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    • to which they belonged. Today, all 'group soul' characteristics - such
    • soul” — the race or nation — to which they belonged.
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • doubtless it will not be followed for a long time yet. Suppose that
    • should not be prolonged. One should endeavour to watch oneself:
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    • doubtless it will not be followed for a long time yet. Suppose that
    • should not be prolonged. One should endeavour to watch oneself:
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • world and appearing to belong there.
    • has arisen because we can no longer distinguish what lives in us —
    • become abstract; that one simply continues along the line of thought
    • spiritual configurations when we pass along the negative third and
    • second and first dimension and reach the point where we no longer
    • long for this as we do for a university course. In the knowledge so
    • epochs of evolution. It has then no longer the same significance as
    • no longer the same significance as they would have had for the
    • world in later epochs, men were no longer aware of their breathing in
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • path will be very long. If, on the other hand, one sees, in the
    • subconscious depths of human souls, the deep longings for the heights
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    • world and appearing to belong there.
    • has arisen because we can no longer distinguish what lives in us —
    • become abstract; that one simply continues along the line of thought
    • spiritual configurations when we pass along the negative third and
    • second and first dimension and reach the point where we no longer
    • long for this as we do for a university course. In the knowledge so
    • epochs of evolution. It has then no longer the same significance as
    • no longer the same significance as they would have had for the
    • world in later epochs, men were no longer aware of their breathing in
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • path will be very long. If, on the other hand, one sees, in the
    • subconscious depths of human souls, the deep longings for the heights
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • long before his death in 1925, was opened in 1928.]
    • co-ordinates. So long as I describe it to you only in this way, you
    • old styles and reproduce what is no longer known to-day, but was
    • belongs to the mouth-formation — we are giving form to the
    • of the world and into a living perception of what can no longer be
    • Just imagine a rose, or any other plant with a long stalk,
    • longer formed merely from the cosmos; it is also formed from within.
    • Dornach. I could say much about painting also, for it belongs, in a
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    • long before his death in 1925, was opened in 1928.]
    • co-ordinates. So long as I describe it to you only in this way, you
    • old styles and reproduce what is no longer known to-day, but was
    • belongs to the mouth-formation — we are giving form to the
    • of the world and into a living perception of what can no longer be
    • Just imagine a rose, or any other plant with a long stalk,
    • longer formed merely from the cosmos; it is also formed from within.
    • Dornach. I could say much about painting also, for it belongs, in a
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    • Mystery centres, their gaze having long been directed outwards so as
    • now have to one another, belongs to the intellectual
    • development of the last few centuries. The two things belong
    • up in him that could no longer exist directly in the immediate present,
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • region one is no longer in a world of Vana, of weaving in the
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
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    • Mystery centres, their gaze having long been directed outwards so as
    • now have to one another, belongs to the intellectual
    • development of the last few centuries. The two things belong
    • up in him that could no longer exist directly in the immediate present,
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • region one is no longer in a world of Vana, of weaving in the
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • experience he has Him no longer. Therefore he takes what he
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • belongs to the things that are transient. But the “inner
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • experience he has Him no longer. Therefore he takes what he
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • belongs to the things that are transient. But the “inner
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
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    • are, of course, no longer available. At most they have survived
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • ours. Ahriman is a Being who does not belong to our
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • Hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth drew Ahriman
    • worlds of the Gods belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth as
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    • are, of course, no longer available. At most they have survived
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • ours. Ahriman is a Being who does not belong to our
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • Hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth drew Ahriman
    • worlds of the Gods belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth as
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    • caged wolf, which is fed exclusively on lamb's flesh for a long time.
    • are satisfied with such things because we are no longer kindled and
    • longer based upon clairvoyance, but what it had preserved
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • cut myself off from the Divine Being, and can no longer take it for
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • As long as the “wisdom
    • the end of scholastic Realism, it was no longer possible to grasp the
    • the Father and from the Son were no longer understood. For you see,
    • spiritual being could no longer be grasped, because Nominalism
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    • caged wolf, which is fed exclusively on lamb's flesh for a long time.
    • are satisfied with such things because we are no longer kindled and
    • longer based upon clairvoyance, but what it had preserved
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • cut myself off from the Divine Being, and can no longer take it for
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • As long as the “wisdom
    • the end of scholastic Realism, it was no longer possible to grasp the
    • the Father and from the Son were no longer understood. For you see,
    • spiritual being could no longer be grasped, because Nominalism
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    • take along with them the treasures of mankind which have been
    • the object of our soul's deepest longing — what has spiritual
    • long ago in the East and which is now threatening to break out over
    • realise that a long time will have to go by in the evolution of the
    • last weeks and that belong to the wider compass of our
    • evening. At about ten o'clock a friend came along and told us that
    • passed before and where no van was likely to pass again for a long
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • that what we most long for and strive after, is the very thing we
    • rebel against something which in future it will long for with all its
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    • take along with them the treasures of mankind which have been
    • the object of our soul's deepest longing — what has spiritual
    • long ago in the East and which is now threatening to break out over
    • realise that a long time will have to go by in the evolution of the
    • last weeks and that belong to the wider compass of our
    • evening. At about ten o'clock a friend came along and told us that
    • passed before and where no van was likely to pass again for a long
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • that what we most long for and strive after, is the very thing we
    • rebel against something which in future it will long for with all its
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • ancient primeval wisdom then lost its power, it could no longer be
    • past. It is no longer a wisdom gained through inner intuition, no
    • longer a primeval wisdom experienced inwardly, but an external wisdom
    • longer able to do this.
    • through his inner soul-development, along a mystical path. This would
    • mentality, but in reality they aim at something else: Along this
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • ancient primeval wisdom then lost its power, it could no longer be
    • past. It is no longer a wisdom gained through inner intuition, no
    • longer a primeval wisdom experienced inwardly, but an external wisdom
    • longer able to do this.
    • through his inner soul-development, along a mystical path. This would
    • mentality, but in reality they aim at something else: Along this
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    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • cosmogony is to-day being sought along altogether erroneous
    • Asiatic realise anything save his long-ingrained altruism.
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • longer the case. Indeed, the whole history of Rome consists
    • Register — that is a fiction alongside the reality.
    • long time they enjoyed considerable respect. The various
    • Western countries for a long time past. In October, 1918, it
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • ” For a title of course that would have been rather long-winded;
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    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • cosmogony is to-day being sought along altogether erroneous
    • Asiatic realise anything save his long-ingrained altruism.
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • longer the case. Indeed, the whole history of Rome consists
    • Register — that is a fiction alongside the reality.
    • long time they enjoyed considerable respect. The various
    • Western countries for a long time past. In October, 1918, it
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • ” For a title of course that would have been rather long-winded;
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    • went along the street, his karma led him past a shop where
    • long ago,’ he writes, ‘tired after a long railway
    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • manifold Nature-spirits, and Beings who belong to the
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
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    • went along the street, his karma led him past a shop where
    • long ago,’ he writes, ‘tired after a long railway
    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • manifold Nature-spirits, and Beings who belong to the
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • readily enter into what for long ages was felt at the time of
    • a clear indication of how long the remembrance of ancient
    • was left of Christmas Plays belonging to far, far earlier
    • olden times. It now belongs to the past and must not be
    • other than that which properly belongs to it. There is little
    • there is no longer any indication that truth must be sought
    • not duly prepared for its reception. There is no longer any
    • has long since been lost! In these days, when people are apt
    • to house. They carried long strips of lattice work attached
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    • readily enter into what for long ages was felt at the time of
    • a clear indication of how long the remembrance of ancient
    • was left of Christmas Plays belonging to far, far earlier
    • olden times. It now belongs to the past and must not be
    • other than that which properly belongs to it. There is little
    • there is no longer any indication that truth must be sought
    • not duly prepared for its reception. There is no longer any
    • has long since been lost! In these days, when people are apt
    • to house. They carried long strips of lattice work attached
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    • the longing for such an understanding — has only made itself
    • He saw an old man tottering wearily along his way — age creeps
    • mine! My powers of cognition and the state of my soul no longer
    • no longer be illusion but reality — a world in which I am able
    • consciousness he no longer possesses, for his intellect and reason
    • humanity. No longer feeling himself united with a Buddha who urges
    • Buddhism, their longing for ease makes them feel more readily drawn
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    • He saw an old man tottering wearily along his way — age creeps
    • mine! My powers of cognition and the state of my soul no longer
    • no longer be illusion but reality — a world in which I am able
    • consciousness he no longer possesses, for his intellect and reason
    • humanity. No longer feeling himself united with a Buddha who urges
    • Buddhism, their longing for ease makes them feel more readily drawn
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    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • undemocratic attitude confronts the longing for democracy which
    • the facts of modern science no longer justify the general explanation
    • human being. We may devote a long time — as long at any rate as
    • And it must be remembered that this may have happened a very long
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    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • undemocratic attitude confronts the longing for democracy which
    • the facts of modern science no longer justify the general explanation
    • human being. We may devote a long time — as long at any rate as
    • And it must be remembered that this may have happened a very long
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    • metamorphosis of activities which belong to man between death and a
    • is permeated by forces which run along the nerve-strands. Now the
    • breathing beats in unison with the movements that are executed along
    • other hand is perpetually longing for the vowel, tending towards it.
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • longer appeal to us. To describe what we have in that world
    • for you yourself no longer sing. The World itself becomes cosmic
    • spirit. The soul-and-spirit of sound belongs to the super-sensible
    • longer feels the sound proceeding from his own larynx, but he feels
    • my dear friends, unless we feel in it the longing to experience the
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    • is permeated by forces which run along the nerve-strands. Now the
    • breathing beats in unison with the movements that are executed along
    • other hand is perpetually longing for the vowel, tending towards it.
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • longer appeal to us. To describe what we have in that world
    • for you yourself no longer sing. The World itself becomes cosmic
    • spirit. The soul-and-spirit of sound belongs to the super-sensible
    • longer feels the sound proceeding from his own larynx, but he feels
    • my dear friends, unless we feel in it the longing to experience the
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    • of soul and Spirit flowed upwards to the stars, was no longer there.
    • the Earth. In this epoch men can no longer see Christ as the Being
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    • of soul and Spirit flowed upwards to the stars, was no longer there.
    • the Earth. In this epoch men can no longer see Christ as the Being
    • the age of the Mystery of Golgotha no longer find Christ as a Cosmic
    • longer recognise in Him Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
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    • quivered, and so he discovered electricity! How long ago was that?
    • occurred not so very long ago. Today we speak of the atoms as if they
    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • so long as he blandly and unconsciously electrifies the atoms and
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    • quivered, and so he discovered electricity! How long ago was that?
    • occurred not so very long ago. Today we speak of the atoms as if they
    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • so long as he blandly and unconsciously electrifies the atoms and
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    • longer had the capacity to understand such teachings. Only this could
    • spiritual spheres. They could no longer comprehend how the ancient
    • Christ belongs, of course, to the forces that participated in the
    • creation of the earth; he belongs to the spiritual world; he entered
    • longer possessed the early Gnosis, which would enable him to imagine
    • spiritual, they also spoke of a second stream that belongs to the
    • no longer possible to say even what Clem- ens of Alexandria and
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • understanding was no longer possible. And how do matters appear to us
    • lives with the earth, but when the knowledge of the Christ no longer
    • period, there was no longer the slightest knowledge of anything
    • sought simultaneously along two different and widely separated paths.
    • teachings of Euken and Harnack come along. Isn't it true that
    • “We modern theologians can no longer do anything with a
    • being; and that human beings then continue along whatever path them
    • the body; later, we can no longer do that. We are far smarter and
    • just because they belong to different nationalities, is something
    • belongs to them all, the Christ in whom they live, if they have
    • seeking that belongs to the shepherds who are united with the
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    • Christ belongs, of course, to the forces that participated in the
    • creation of the earth; he belongs to the spiritual world; he entered
    • longer possessed the early Gnosis, which would enable him to imagine
    • spiritual, they also spoke of a second stream that belongs to the
    • no longer possible to say even what Clem- ens of Alexandria and
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • understanding was no longer possible. And how do matters appear to us
    • lives with the earth, but when the knowledge of the Christ no longer
    • period, there was no longer the slightest knowledge of anything
    • sought simultaneously along two different and widely separated paths.
    • teachings of Euken and Harnack come along. Isn't it true that
    • “We modern theologians can no longer do anything with a
    • being; and that human beings then continue along whatever path them
    • the body; later, we can no longer do that. We are far smarter and
    • just because they belong to different nationalities, is something
    • belongs to them all, the Christ in whom they live, if they have
    • seeking that belongs to the shepherds who are united with the
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    • itself belongs — work upon the physical and bodily which is in space?
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • than this, it is possible to continue very much farther along
    • you can exclude, from the Feeling as such, all that belongs to
    • no longer spatial in itself. For the mere plane — the
    • ‘punctual.’ So long as we remain within the
    • the cloud into the plane, and then to elongate into the line.
    • three-dimensional to the four-dimensional. So long as we remain
    • it is no longer correct when we relate it to the reality. For the
    • you to follow me along this intimate line of thought. What we know as
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    • itself belongs — work upon the physical and bodily which is in space?
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • than this, it is possible to continue very much farther along
    • you can exclude, from the Feeling as such, all that belongs to
    • no longer spatial in itself. For the mere plane — the
    • ‘punctual.’ So long as we remain within the
    • the cloud into the plane, and then to elongate into the line.
    • three-dimensional to the four-dimensional. So long as we remain
    • it is no longer correct when we relate it to the reality. For the
    • you to follow me along this intimate line of thought. What we know as
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • have been washed up as it were by the waters in times long past. We
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • on the earth for a very long time. When we consider those oldest
    • geology as belonging to the archetypal rock-formations, as is also
    • the lowest layer of the earth's crust; it still belongs to that
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • of spirit-and-soul. No longer do we trace life back to the
    • belong to organic 1ife. This “sifting” of the whole mass
    • True, it had already begun a very long time ago, and so the brevity
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    • have been washed up as it were by the waters in times long past. We
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • on the earth for a very long time. When we consider those oldest
    • geology as belonging to the archetypal rock-formations, as is also
    • the lowest layer of the earth's crust; it still belongs to that
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • of spirit-and-soul. No longer do we trace life back to the
    • belong to organic 1ife. This “sifting” of the whole mass
    • True, it had already begun a very long time ago, and so the brevity
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • which does not belong to the present, but to the past. The past lies
    • it aright when we recognise it as belonging to the past. The
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • You cannot undo it because it belongs to the past. If, however,
    • then someone had come along and wanted to erase five of these marks,
    • understanding of natural law is already past, it no longer belongs to
    • thought-life what we no longer perceive in the outer world
    • pictorial, and the pre-earthly life is no longer an abstraction but a
    • belonging to higher spheres of knowledge are in no way foreign to
    • there is a poem belonging to the old German culture called
    • longer coincides with the thinking of earlier times. Those people who
    • is placed in the middle. Ideas belonging to the time when
    • and people no longer remembered the Trinity; that is to say,
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    • which does not belong to the present, but to the past. The past lies
    • it aright when we recognise it as belonging to the past. The
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • You cannot undo it because it belongs to the past. If, however,
    • then someone had come along and wanted to erase five of these marks,
    • understanding of natural law is already past, it no longer belongs to
    • thought-life what we no longer perceive in the outer world
    • pictorial, and the pre-earthly life is no longer an abstraction but a
    • belonging to higher spheres of knowledge are in no way foreign to
    • there is a poem belonging to the old German culture called
    • longer coincides with the thinking of earlier times. Those people who
    • is placed in the middle. Ideas belonging to the time when
    • and people no longer remembered the Trinity; that is to say,
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Contents
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    • Repressed longing. Wishes unattainable. The Beings whose
    • consciousness, but the longing still exists. In our
    • longing; the flow of pictures must be redeemed by
    • Those entering our movement have this longing. H.
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    • more together after a long summer interval, we may say a few words as
    • life when none of us will any longer be able to be present in our
    • over and over again, how easily in our day the longing may encroach
    • belonging to our movement must make himself intimately acquainted or
    • name of Christian Rosenkreutz, and that this Lodge longed to hear
    • who has become Buddha, no longer descends into physical life, can
    • longer returns to earth in an ordinary body, in accordance with the
    • understanding of these facts belongs to a different level. Then there
    • longer correct. For if they were correct a being is spoken of who
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • in time, belonging to the Earth or the Moon evolutions can be more
    • played its part very, very long ago, has been made very, very
    • regarding the soul, so-called official psychologies which no longer
    • has no longer any control. But that is only the most elementary of
    • ideas than anything else: space ceases! It no longer has any meaning
    • or ‘left,’ these have no longer any meaning. In this
    • no longer ‘earlier’ or ‘later.’ It is
    • so that you feel yourself held in your conceptions and are no longer
    • able to move, then you will no longer be able to say that what you
    • significance, it is absolutely no longer there. On this account it is
    • Saturn.’ ‘Before’ has no longer any meaning because
    • consciousness no longer enclosed in time.
    • foundation — this fact, that the beings belonging to the
    • formerly much used by students for examinations, but now no longer
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    • knowledge so long as we work after the fashion of ordinary
    • approach nearer, we have no longer a body of light and air but it
    • which the best is the artistic longing to master colour or form in
    • traditions, along the path of the School of Dionysius the Areopagite,
    • everything belonging to it, as it were translated into earthly
    • to preserve into later ages what belongs to the earlier, and so
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • concept must now be introduced, which belongs to the world of reality
    • will allow life to flow over us, not longing for this or that, but
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • smoke. And to these properties belongs above all Time, which includes
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • recall the words of the poet: ‘He alone who longing knows,
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • form, is — longing. We also know the names by which this force
    • person may long for the homely stories of the family circle; he does
    • not know that he is longing for home, he only feels an undefined
    • craving, an undefined want. Another longs for his mountain, or
    • as a kind of longing. And what is this longing? We have just said
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • satisfied; for were it satisfied, the longing would cease. What we
    • described as longing is an unattainable wish.
    • longings, all kinds of repressed wishes impossible to fulfil. It is
    • up at them, what remains behind as repressed longings and wishes can
    • egoism flashing up in the weakest form, as longing, but we can also
    • longing when a condition of Soul approaches in which a man is at a
    • as longing and cannot be satisfied in this world, there are many
    • longing than by change? This is proved by the fact that persons who
    • The torment of longing can often be overcome by changing the
    • brought into the lives of those Beings who were filled with longing
    • overcome one-sidedness of longing by means of variety, by change and
    • with the Will now transformed into longing, and within these Beings
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    • we felt longing arising within it, and we saw how the longing works
    • proceed, belongs precisely to those experiences of the soul which we
    • of the peculiar character of the Beings belonging to ancient Moon was
    • the force of Longing. We have still, in all that we sacrifice in our
    • own souls as longing, a legacy from the bygone events on ancient Moon
    • which reveals to us a pain, which gives birth to Longing, just as was
    • the case with the Beings belonging to the old Moon-existence.
    • the longing arising in these beings through its rejection, an
    • longing arising in the Entities of the rejected sacrifice, could in a
    • longing thereby arising within the Beings who desired to offer and
    • bring the Beings in whom the rejected sacrifice is as a longing
    • their Being with longing. Now the Spirits of Movement bring them into
    • excluded from its purpose. That which we can no longer perceive when
    • Beings who belong to higher spheres having rejected what was to have
    • little can we say that of the plants; for they belong to a great
    • Christ Himself belongs to the higher worlds and came down to the
    • directly belongs to the world of Reality!
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    • in health and illness. Letting the heart think along: the staff
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Introduction
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    • “We can't wait for that. Who knows how long Rudolf
    • For a long
    • movement is proceeding along a strongly intellectual track.
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    • being who is no longer subject to the laws to which the
    • when the thirst is no longer so intense, passes through the
    • forces. Therefore, we must realize that as long as we are
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    • longer built up but is destroyed. If you remember that the
    • and shovel the earth back again. As long as the earth is put
    • complex of forces which belongs to them, and when, for
    • properly, there is nothing any longer within you of the salt,
    • foodstuffs. When it is no longer possible for the physical
    • again. When the body is no longer capable of taking food, it
    • ascertain the approach of the illness a long time before it
    • the balancing no longer takes place, the life of feeling
    • we no longer ascribe to the liver only those physical
    • science as long as there is no basis for understanding how
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    • long bones of the legs and the long
    • cosmos, and in the long bones of arms and legs entirely to
    • essentially differ in the shaft of a long bone and its neck
    • being eliminated. In the shafts of the long bones, CaCO3
    • substances. Now why is it that in the course of his long
    • teeth. After the teeth have changed, magnesium has no longer
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    • longer still if that were possible. It is impossible for me
    • existence long before any fertilization takes place. This
    • of the plants gives rise to a kind of longing in the
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    • obtained along an easy or comfortable path. We must take in
    • belonging to the earth, influence the earth from the surface
    • reach the point where a burning match is no longer merely the
    • working will; it belongs to me, just as my own finger belongs
    • been left out because it would take too long to give you
    • confidence will get help from Dornach as they go along. An
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    • the human being in the physical world are no longer
    • any longer to do with concepts but with something that is
    • darkness is also a condition of light. Light and air belong
    • there is no longer any reality. If you cut the head away from
    • your body, the body cannot live, it is no longer an organism.
    • you insist upon thinking along the ordinary lines, you can,
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    • today in answering questions which do not belong to the
    • are not in physical contact, heart and uterus belong together
    • as closely as sun and moon. Sun and moon belong together in
    • radiates it back. They belong together as sun and moon
    • works only so long as you are without fear. Fear is the
    • cultivated so that the patient may remain ill as long as
    • brought down into a realm where they do not rightly belong,
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    • this form with what is revealed to you by a long bone —
    • equally manifold forces play around the long bones. But the
    • reality of a long bone will only be revealed to you if you
    • a long bone. Its forces are such that they pass through its
    • about a long bone is that it introduces these forces into the
    • the long bone of the thigh or the bone of the upper arm, or a
    • skull there are the rotatory forces which belong to Saturn.
    • it is the longest, because there, if we go in the straight
    • the body, is light. It belongs to what surrounds us as the
    • etheric elements — it belongs to the light. The human
    • soul belongs entirely to the realm of light. We see it
    • hand, the body belongs to heaviness. I have shown how
    • in which we perceive it, belongs to heaviness. Just as
    • grows out of the Divine forces. To man belongs only the soul
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    • he belonged to the world in which the sun and moon were still
    • earthly went on along its own path, it dried up, hardened,
    • on this need not be the case any longer. The human being is
    • with the human. So long as he was governed by the model he
    • long as we persist in thinking that evolution goes forward in
    • operation, but a long time afterwards, from colds. It was
    • a degree that in the single fragments it no longer had the
    • has become Ahrimanic. It no longer exposes itself to the
    • so they live today outside reality. This is possible as long
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    • She said she could not bear it any longer, she felt that the
    • could no longer cure people. Ought we to go through all the
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    • the time of the change of teeth, and then no longer. After
    • thereafter they are no longer able to cope with the world,
    • with things that no longer have to do with his personal
    • planetary system belonging to our earth. The near and the far
    • condition when Saturn had set and could no longer completely
    • in his very organism can experience the moral and no longer
    • because the forces are no longer behind it, it is assuming
    • belonged to the one or the other of these groups. Let us
    • belonged to the Bohemian Moravian Brothers. In what does the
    • sleeplessness. Such people will no longer be capable of
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    • thoughts which no longer knew anything at all of the
    • longer remember what was contained in the instinctive, primal
    • they belong together. When we breathe we take in the rhythm
    • which belong to the world outside man. Think of all the
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    • Long before any definite traces are noticeable in the color
    • of a kind that is controllable) to assume forms belonging to
    • physical world, you were to run a moistened finger along the
    • foam of a breaking wave or along the surface of clay. This,
    • feelings and what the young absorb spiritually must no longer
    • the Middle Ages, when men no longer even dreamed of the
    • he would carry it within him his whole life long and at nine
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    • Brought health along the way
    • lines, one of which runs along the spinal column, while the
    • works in a hypertrophic way along the dorsal vertebrae; the
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    • that I imagine a sphere, and then an elongated sphere; this
    • fluidic things in people, so that things always move along in
    • this way and so that an indentation is pushed along;
    • see there is only ten percent of the human being. As long as
    • long time. But it doesn't make any difference whether one
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Bridge Lecture 1: Soul and Spiritual in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his
    • by anatomy and physiology as belonging to the human organism
    • inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • content only in the form of experiences belonging to the
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    • soul. In modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • Beings. We must think of an age which came to an end long
    • intermediary period when people no longer had this vision,
    • when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • no longer suffices; what in earlier times was known
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    • irradiated by will; it no longer takes anything in from
    • a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each single
    • love belong together, as I have already indicated in my
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    • from the developed physical body; the individual is no longer
    • world can no longer come to any real understanding with
    • fourteenth year. But if eventually there is no longer any
    • actually lived in Schiller, because the words no longer have
    • plant world, and no longer enables the clear speech of the
    • worked creatively and formatively in life on Earth, no longer
    • longer understand life; and this lack of understanding is
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    • formerly possess, it is no longer as easy as it was
    • longer — or at least only very inadequately —
    • could bear it no longer. Then one fine day the feeling came
    • preached along these lines to the pupils. Then it happened
    • elemental world could be given. Today this is no longer
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    • today no longer have the slightest understanding of human
    • belonging to man alone. We must speak of thoughts with an
    • It took a long
    • a very long way in evolution, right back beyond the Atlantean
    • musical experience he was no longer outside himself. In the
    • point where he is able to rediscover what was lost long ago.
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    • Archai, the Primal Powers, who belong to a rank nearer to
    • things, are no longer solely the possession of the Exousiai,
    • belonging to Arabian culture, were the first to be influenced
    • old, no longer really lawful Spirits of Form, and on the
    • Spirits of Form who were no longer in authority. The
    • these treasures were no longer suitable for souls belonging
    • elementary way but nevertheless belongs to the normal
    • reality; and we know that the plane of thought belonging to
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    • which I said that it belongs essentially to the 4th century
    • that as long as the Spirits of Form instilled the cosmic
    • rulership? It is no longer as if they themselves were ruling
    • their thoughts are detached; they are no longer connected
    • belongs to us in our epoch; we shall be true men of our time.
    • two incarnations — not such a very long time, until
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    • thoughts are no longer given to him in the way that applies
    • men today no longer have the remotest concept of what
    • von Hartmann, now long since dead. We spoke about
    • jog along in the same old grooves. People study anatomy,
    • and after that the consciousness-soul. It can then no longer
    • cosmic ether. Because this is no longer the case today, it is
    • This no longer
    • thirty-fifth years is no longer open, when it is closed.
    • traditional religious ideas which they no longer understand
    • longer understand the physical world around him.
    • present epoch, because his thoughts are no longer imbued with
    • longer. And when you come across certain beings in the
    • long ago about the elemental kingdoms — you may see,
    • you that the beings belong together; where the one goes the
    • seem, with respect to the thoughts belonging to earlier
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    • foreign to them. Such a practice belongs to much later
    • belonging to the ancient Indian epoch with his vivid
    • instinctive feeling for physiognomy was no longer as strong
    • as it had been in earlier times. Now men no longer looked
    • human being with the divine-spiritual Beings was no longer
    • become the world of the Gods. Men no longer stressed the
    • Anyone who follows the myths belonging to this Graeco-Latin
    • that belongs exclusively to the Earth.
    • longer so among the Greeks. In the Greek age it was not the
    • Earth. His consciousness no longer led him to Look beyond the
    • Earth; he felt that he belonged to his tribe, to his race,
    • been deprived of the super-earthly forces; we no longer live
    • and should no longer live, with the purely earthly forces
    • Earth-man. The Greek felt himself to be a man belonging
    • about because we no longer live through the period between
    • men did in earlier times; we no longer have the second
    • experience described yesterday, we no longer have living
    • fortuitously over the Earth, but that he belongs to the whole
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    • loss of the old clairvoyance it was no longer possible
    • could no longer be known through the body.
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    • namely, that since 1797 the fund no longer existed, for it
    • longer existed. Acton refused to be a witness to the
    • have lost your country the Thora is no longer valid; only the
    • truths derived from the old atavistic clairvoyance, no longer
    • need only come along with all kinds of symbols and allegories
    • fund which no longer existed. The real creative forces of
    • will receive more or less legal sanction. It will not be long
    • already been taken in this direction, but so long as they are
    • their longing for spiritual knowledge lack the strength of
    • it will be long before it is generally recognized that
    • we are no longer satisfied with that “fable
    • to be spoken of.” Certainly, it will be a long time
    • man. Our knowledge of Gnosticism was for long confined to
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    • man's soul had changed and was no longer the same as it
    • rites were so alike that many no longer questioned their
    • there was no longer any interest in the historicity of Jesus.
    • gradual and continual process over long periods of time man
    • the body. And because it corrupts the body man can no longer
    • body. And a time must come when it will no longer be possible
    • and sow the poisonous seeds of death that man could no longer
    • and could no longer find their way back to the spirit. Great
    • prolonged, then a time would come when the souls of men would
    • persisted so long? The significance of Christ for the souls
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    • Christ we are no longer in touch with Him. We may, in that
    • when souls can no longer be saved, when souls must perish
    • city was built, that they might cast him down headlong. But
    • 4:29 And rose up, and thrust him out of the city, and led him unto the brow of the hill whereon their city was built, that they might cast him down headlong. \
    • bordering on humanity who fell along with man, whilst Christ
    • demons revealed Christ's contribution to the world long
    • ingenious, but in two hundred years the person will long have
    • long before this time. To estimate the geological conditions
    • think along the lines of modern science; nevertheless the
    • evolution. Therefore we no longer understand even subtle
    • no longer had any understanding of this) — of that
    • steps along the path we have followed since the time of the
    • no longer fully comprehend the soul's relationship to
    • this be? How can that which belongs solely to the realm of
    • That which belongs to the natural order is subject to the
    • to the Mark Gospel was sitting clothed in a long white
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    • morality and what belongs to the sphere of chemistry, physics
    • originally belonged. And the mineral kingdom and the kingdom
    • responsibility that, alongside the cold-blooded animals,
    • the slightest understanding from those who think along the
    • Darwin imagines but that today we can no longer grasp the
    • no longer be possible; it must be transposed to a higher
    • are no longer capable of adding to the law or of changing the
    • exists already. Alongside the incorporation of the Christ
    • Impulse into world evolution there is a longing to
    • originally understood those words no longer provide any
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    • because it belongs to the inner life of the spirit, to the
    • longer possible to keep secret the Mystery teachings as in
    • could no longer resist the commands of the Caesars. And the
    • the time was fast approaching when men no longer sought for
    • demeanour that he belonged to the spiritual world. Sometimes
    • to distinguish between good and evil no longer existed. When
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    • spiritual world. Baptism was no longer an object of ridicule;
    • prolongation, an extension of the driving forces behind
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    • were made to have him butchered along with his brother. There
    • which they, the Gospels, belong. The question of miracles
    • not belong to the Gospel preached by Jesus”, said
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    • the Eleusinian Mysteries and a long succession of Roman
    • attainment of self-knowledge along two different paths:
    • along and revives the old prejudices. Cults are far easier to
    • infinitely prolonged. And in like manner the most important
    • this respect he belongs to his age. It is impossible to adopt
    • was no longer attached to the finite and transient. “I
    • that we believe not only in ideas that belong to the past,
    • may think, so long as we are imprisoned in the physical body
    • along with the ruins of the temple of Serapis. And this
    • different in the future, for this instinct will no longer
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    • derived their spiritual content, can no longer be
    • long been dead the better we shall order our present life.
    • Therefore the longer these souls had been discarnate, the
    • the souls of those who had long passed through the gates of
    • and those long dead. This tradition has survived in legend.
    • Barbarossa who had long been dead is instructed by Ravens, or
    • Golgotha. One could no longer assume that the individual had
    • of the causes of our present situation. So long as we speak
    • group-soul is no longer the same as in ancient times can only
    • associations and the like, so long as they have no roots in
    • we had practised the cult of individualism far too long. We
    • belong to a nation have learned to merge with the nation, to
    • `belongs’, with the result that ultimately one pays
    • truth so long until it discovered that either truth was
    • abandoned presuppositions. Reason no longer derived from the
    • imagines that belief is no longer possible for modern man
    • itself long been refuted scientifically. He knows nothing
    • most courageous opinions we must nevertheless go along with
    • professor at Upsala. Belonged to the school of
    • that traditional and ethical values no longer stem from
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    • alongside this introspective tendency there was something
    • were to advance further along this path he would not only
    • longer possible to deny that there exist people who are aware
    • had long been active in this field. The most important
    • be defended. Thereupon, after prolonged conflict, the spirit
    • it was no longer possible for the physical body to
    • immortality; it could no longer “press” out of
    • Aristotle that man is no longer a complete man if some member
    • belongs to the past. And our authority continues: we have to
    • — Now someone might come along and object: that is
    • reports when they can no longer rely upon documents.
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    • Luther as someone belonging to the fourth epoch who lived at
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    • seem to have happened an infinitely long time ago.
    • world population is increasing; but we have to take a longer
    • view and consider much longer time-spans if we are to do
    • Vienna not long before this catastrophe came on our world and
    • have to reflect for a long time to come on the events in
    • may feel in your hearts that it will be a long time before
    • such order comes; you may think it will be a long time before
    • long time before order arises from the chaos. For it will not
    • long .
    • also knows that people actually no longer knew how to use the
    • death were longing for the destructive powers in which they
    • you think that humanity is still a long way from achieving
    • understand this concrete fact: Longings have arisen in the
    • dead in recent times, and those longings are being met with
    • thoughts. For as long as people watch over their conscious
    • do not know how long. But they know little about real
    • rush for material goods — many people are longing for
    • wisdom. Go on murdering people for as long as you can and you
    • has even a spark of logic it is no longer wisdom when the
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    • these different aspects of human nature belong to entirely
    • come in during Earth evolution; it is young and belongs to an
    • physical body to which they belong. For as long as we live
    • over such a long time. Yet, on the other hand, the process I
    • this in any way with morality, for morality belongs to a
    • only meet a long way back.
    • time of ancient Persia, people were no longer able to develop
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    • a long way back. There will be a continuous thread through it
    • ‘the present time’ I mean quite a long period of
    • believe they have long since outgrown the illusions and
    • themselves as belonging to the many different socialist
    • are no longer on those leading reins; guidance has to take
    • that other region where we are no longer controlled by
    • interest — let us say he wants to belong to a society
    • rightly belong to our movement will have come to it out of
    • no longer feel inclined to take up the points that our
    • again there are others who do not belong and who behave in a
    • were limited to those who rightfully belong to it. Things
    • shall no longer continue to give private interviews to
    • longer give private interviews for members. Everyone is free
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    • have of course existed for a long time, but humanity in
    • demonstrate this law to you. As you know, not long ago
    • times not very long ago. You will find times when there were
    • long distances and also used by farmers, have been
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    • It certainly is no longer the case where the earth is
    • walking on something which is crumbling away; it is no longer
    • really are no longer in this world to take care of our own
    • organization. We do still incarnate, but no longer in order
    • will no longer become part of the outer physical body to the
    • the power will no longer be available. Anything resembling genius
    • environment in a different way. The space around us no longer
    • of space, but it no longer yields up the spiritual element.
    • Colours no longer speak to us as elements filled with spirit,
    • sounds no longer reveal the spirit that is in them; they have
    • Because it is no longer the soul's task to enter fully into
    • a long time before human beings are prepared to grasp this
    • world of the spirit; we do not belong to the physical world.
    • have knowledge does belong to the physical world; the rest is
    • in us which can no longer give itself completely to the body,
    • continue unchanged, people would no longer find anything to
    • do on earth. The fact is that women will no longer be able to
    • longer in complete agreement, and they will agree less and
    • the natural and not from the spiritual world can no longer
    • the one which Woodrow Wilson is presenting are no longer
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    • belongs to the present age. It corresponds to the essential
    • our ordinary dreams no longer have the same quality, though
    • still had it for a long time afterwards. Those earlier people
    • phenomena belonging to the world of nature, but we cannot use
    • no longer made known, which is, of course, the reason why
    • human being. This no longer comes to outward expression in
    • are to become teachers. We still have a long way to go with
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    • him belonged to the fifth postAtlantean age which then was
    • someone whose heart and mind belonged to the fourth
    • between man and the gods which belonged to the fourth
    • Luther as an individual whose inner life belonged to the
    • based on different things. Certain things can no longer be as
    • and are no longer able to have today. In those days, human
    • be in touch with certain factors which belong to the world of
    • long as we are dealing with people's theories, we have to
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    • peculiar situation with regard to reality. People no longer
    • — always something which is no longer alive. They have
    • some of the things that belong to the past. Fundamentally
    • and you would then no longer consider the individual
    • you no longer know which way to turn; first I tell you the
    • did come across for a long time, even at the time when war
    • it happened in 1838. Not so long ago, therefore, the
    • humanity’. I could not go along with this. We were
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    • an influence for a long time to come — must be sought
    • spirit belonging to the hierarchy of Archangels whom we may
    • means they are no longer to be found in the heavens, to use
    • really do belong together, in a way, and it is extremely
    • been a corpse for a long time. It will no longer support us,
    • longer be sought. But the individuals who have become so tied
    • nineteenth century and has therefore been dead for a long
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    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • in many minds by the time Darwinism came along and the idea
    • come a long way.’ Everyone who thinks like this fails to
    • course of evolution and therefore no longer know how to
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    • has long since come for us to say: the children and young
    • around them, and long stories about the Spirits leaping above
    • believed when this war started that it would last no longer
    • reality is flight from reality and no longer has anything to
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    • belonging to a particular nation or tribe. Their laws were
    • which was right in the past or, better said, belonged to the
    • blood principle meant progress for as long as it was under
    • proclamations of national ideals belonging to earlier
    • things which no longer hold true for the fifth, sixth and
    • feeling of belonging to the spiritual world must develop in
    • not merely earthly creatures but belonging to the whole
    • adaptation to the soil. If the soul were to go along with
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    • tribes, nations and races, uniting those who belonged
    • a feeling for missions which went a very long way back in the
    • subject up again in recent years (1875). Why such a long
    • has in some way to characterize someone who belongs to a
    • on earth, this is taken amiss by people who also belong to
    • translated into European languages. It will be a long time
    • We're drawn to follow in most ardent longing.
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    • resulted on earth. Angelic spirits belonging to the hierarchy
    • millennium. We can therefore no longer say that the
    • belongs to these when we are in the other worlds between
    • to take the place which belonged to the Archangels in the
    • women will grow infertile, and reproduction will no longer be
    • even continue for as long as this; it would only continue
    • we find in all these things the ideas belonging to the end of
    • in agitation, revolution, revolutionary longings. Never
    • is, and for how long humanity has been engaged in the
    • say that it goes a long way back. But ‘history’,
    • it emerges in the telling. People have moved a long way away
    • rest are pulled along. They are persuaded, however, that they
    • themselves, instead of being pulled along. It is quite easy
    • which belong to the past will definitely not take its place.
    • Delaisi and his book which appeared not so long ago, in 1910,
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    • physical. They belong to the invisible, super-sensible world: in man's
    • unless he merely drowses along, are no hindrance to his falling
    • or acquaintances whom one has not seen for a long time. But, if we
    • extended beyond our bodily nature, as if we were no longer compressed
    • impulses of thought, emotion, and will. To the extent that he belongs
    • belonging to the world of Devachan, no theories help us in the least.
    • belonging to the physical world, this can occur only through the fact
    • Those, however, who are then no longer living, but who have prepared
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    • a long time without any true fundamental principles of education,
    • only the mental health but also that of the body, even though long
    • inevitable effect, even though only after a long time, of making the
    • longer be able to discharge his task in life, will no longer be able
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Publisher's Note
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • no longer experiences the Rubicon he
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • to do so is, in the long run, to stay put in the intellectual
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • school, it belongs to youth; in later life one no longer
    • am now on my own, my bodily nature no longer contributes to
    • long, nor as intensely, in the decline, the sclerosis of the
    • organism. The soul did not participate for so long in those
    • The first half of life made a person belong to the
    • physical life through birth, was no longer obvious to the
    • that after death man was no longer a complete human being. As
    • off, he is no longer a complete human being; if both arms are
    • from him as happens in death, then he is truly no longer a
    • the body. This independence would happen long before his
    • evolution he would no longer have been able to look up to any
    • what the soul no longer receives through its dependence on
    • which will provide the soul with what it no longer receives
    • research into these things goes back to long before the war,
    • as long as people refuse to base what is called
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • longer sufficient to understand present-day life which has
    • life. Today man no longer notices when his body passes beyond
    • experienced something which can be experienced no longer,
    • longer lasted beyond the point of their culmination though
    • about his 30th year; that is, as long as the forces of growth
    • and therefore no longer experiences himself as a healthy,
    • recognized it will be realized that along that path no
    • the spirit, he must do so along paths where there is no
    • easy-going, not rack it. Either way he no longer finds
    • capable of delving into reality can no longer be formulated.
    • is a thought that essentially belongs to this very moment in
    • portion of humanity to which we belong. Let me use an example.
    • longer be living within living images to be able to produce
    • impossible to think along with something like that if one
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • organism, but for that there is no longer any feeling or
    • part of the earth's organism is no longer taken into account.
    • Man no longer knows what kind of spiritual entities, what
    • Man has become abstract; he no longer experiences things as
    • a descent into darkness. There was no longer the close
    • were aware, but they no longer felt to the same extent that
    • decline — man could no longer experience the cosmic
    • through impulses that are no longer provided by man's bodily
    • crisis in which people no longer have any true sense as to
    • which has been uprooted is no longer a reality to which the
    • that to which it belongs is present or not.
    • when walking as this, to him, seemed more dignified) long
    • had been going on for a long time; everybody longed for
    • further the longer it lasts. The suffering of humanity
    • through a prolonged war and further bloodshed. Out of the
    • that no longer appears as a gift of nature but must be
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • hysteria, illnesses of which doctors no longer know much more
    • he lost can be attained only along the path anthroposophy
    • a longer period will understand why I am obliged today to
    • stem from higher worlds. I cannot regard it as belonging to
    • worlds; I may not look upon it as belonging to my ordinary
    • one gains knowledge of facts belonging to higher worlds
    • long list of his other publications.” (p. 254)
    • to mention just one book. The long list of publications, apart from
    • belong to human nature. These are not illusions of
    • as it were, move along not very vividly, while the speech
    • along well practiced paths (p. 34).
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • This book by Brentano, which is long out of print, is a magnificent
    • expressions used by Aristotle are no longer understood.
    • is no longer possible to entertain the foolish notion that
    • the human soul. However, when this is done along the lines of
    • belongs. That was why Brentano said: To differentiate
    • that is by no means established. As long as we do not go
    • detail what I have just said would take too long. However,
    • second incarnation that is no longer enough; that is why
    • Christ impulse. Traditions no longer suffice. People are
    • through the fact that they live in physical bodies belonging
    • has cultivated for so long. We are living in such chaotic
    • goal of his lifelong scientific striving. Brentano would not
    • and by now to 27. Man can no longer through his ordinary
    • go a long way in satisfying egoistical longings, gratifying
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • strong longing and also a widespread striving to attain such
    • insight. As people experience this longing for clarity about
    • along which self-knowledge can be sought. The self, the
    • who seeks his I along the path of thought may, in a
    • merely depicted I. What is found along this path in
    • many experiences we have our whole life long string together
    • belonging not to this life, but a force that will only evolve
    • shadowy, belonging to the next incarnation. While it cannot
    • incarnation, it does not really belong to us. For the
    • duration of this incarnation it actually belongs to the
    • belong to the present incarnation. They are also dependent on
    • though seemingly remote and unconnected, nevertheless belong
    • his answer in a long, learned treatise, but in essence it was
    • lives in us already but belongs to our next incarnation. It
    • Russians. As a consequence of this quarrel Stepniak no longer
    • people in the society. Then after a long time Bernstein
    • prophetic, then one can no longer consider such events as
    • belonging exclusively to the present life.
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • recently. But let us first look at something that belongs to
    • become more independent and man's inner development no longer
    • longer happen of itself; progress will only come about
    • was not possible because the sect to which his uncle belonged
    • Minister of Munitions! As long as he had been himself, Lloyd
    • “age 27 quality.” As long as the “age 27
    • on behind the surface of world history. As long as mankind's
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • Alongside the
    • will no longer run, Impenetrability is the property by virtue
    • the approach will no longer be dogmatic, but based on
    • and complete, because they belong to what exists, not to what
    • that belongs to the past. However, the truths deposited, as
    • everything is, how long it has all been deposited, how truly
    • already gone a long way in this respect. The phenomena are
    • that this man has come a long way towards his aim. He is
    • longer capable of understanding what is beginning to evolve
    • saying, Along this road there are footprints; where can they
    • resistance as long as we live between birth and death. What
    • is published, I shall indicate many phenomena which belong to
    • our soul longs.
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    • in his evolution, man no longer felt that divine spiritual powers
    • fact could no longer be understood, i.e., could no longer be grasped
    • century, we had arrived at the point of no longer noticing at all
    • a light color, we no longer believed ourselves connected with
    • longer mere thinking, that is filled with experience, filled with
    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • path of the spiritualization of our knowing activity, along a path of
    • apes correctly, that we can no longer explain the animals. If
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
    • in turn is connected with the fact that along with a possible waking
    • And so, along with the
    • spiritual world, one can no longer accustom oneself to
    • things that are untrue. But as long as we are giving cause for what
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    • in his evolution, man no longer felt that divine spiritual powers
    • fact could no longer be understood, i.e., could no longer be grasped
    • century, we had arrived at the point of no longer noticing at all
    • a light color, we no longer believed ourselves connected with
    • longer mere thinking, that is filled with experience, filled with
    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • path of the spiritualization of our knowing activity, along a path of
    • apes correctly, that we can no longer explain the animals. If
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
    • in turn is connected with the fact that along with a possible waking
    • And so, along with the
    • spiritual world, one can no longer accustom oneself to
    • things that are untrue. But as long as we are giving cause for what
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    • in Chapter 2, geometry began long before the Greeks became
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    • gift of wisdom; all the more so when its creator no longer lives among
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    • he at once becomes uncertain and nervous and is no longer
    • not so very long ago. Now they have given up such ideals.
    • our long bones or tubular bones (that is, in the limb bones),
    • when we draw away the muscle from the long bone is turned
    • decay. They grow estranged from one another; people no longer
    • into these cells and then no longer work in quite the same
    • constellation of planets, working upon each other along the
    • sex-cell works precisely along this line of force (indicated
    • process of development of a fructified cell. The two belong
    • and described, and on the other hand all that belongs to them
    • embryologist without studying Astronomy. It will no longer be
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    • a man specializing nowadays along certain lines finds himself
    • on it became no longer possible to hold to the starting-point
    • movements. If one is left out, the whole is no longer true.
    • apathy: The sharp contrast of a long winter and a long summer
    • which are almost like one long day and one long night,
    • emotions and what belongs to the will; the Sun-man works
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    • forward in outline yesterday, — views which no longer
    • also belongs to the Earth. We only see the Earth in its
    • belongs in this way to the Earth, let us first take the plant
    • no longer shoots into outward form; it concentrates, if I may
    • which can no longer be deceptive, for it speaks to us of real
    • processes within ourselves, no longer dependent on illusory
    • find laws of growth belonging to the outer physical body.
    • in rhythm of 28 days belongs indeed to the soul and spirit;
    • experienced long ago in conjunction with the phases of the
    • respect to the whole man (the former belonging, in
    • spheres, belonging to the heavenly bodies. Thus they
    • along’ — if I may express so myself — it is
    • radius-vector describes belongs to it spiritually. Moreover,
    • together with the curve, are describing a path in time, along
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    • phenomena, people rush headlong into deductive reasoning and
    • it was no longer the facts which spoke, for one proceeded on
    • the picture no longer suffices. The outcome will be better
    • to give you long historical descriptions to show in detail
    • pictures we are constructing no longer correspond to the
    • rigidity would long ago have set in.
    • continued mobility. Otherwise, it must long ago have come to
    • in such a way that the mathematical results are no longer
    • no longer follow mathematically. In Embryology on the other
    • is, we reach a point where the reality is no longer
    • boundary, at which we must admit we can no longer use
    • no longer be grasped with geometrical forms? Just as we must
    • . This is a self-evident fact so long as one remains within
    • of that. But the point is this: These laws hold good so long
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    • can no longer declare the mathematical method to be
    • movements of the heavenly bodies. We can no longer employ
    • totality of the celestial phenomena, we must no longer
    • tubular or long bone, for example, in its relation to that of
    • processes in man which may be regarded as belonging to the
    • is all that belongs to the rhythmic system. Now we may ask,
    • life of thought, which, as we saw, belongs more to the inner
    • result of erstwhile our impressions is no longer contained
    • rhythm; they belong to this process. But as soon as
    • onward no longer has to do with mere inner processes in the
    • those processes which belong in common to the inner being of
    • the midst of pictures and we ourselves belong to the picture.
    • form no longer possible today.
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    • this feeling was no longer alive in men, did they begin to
    • beginning long before — in the 8th century B.C. We may
    • reckon out how long ahead it will be till a new glacial age
    • alternation of day and night. Think how long this alternation
    • living long enough, would undergo in 25,920 years the same
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    • or at least not for long. He brings them back to reality
    • — what we received long, long ago through quite another
    • belongs however to this day to our ideas and mental pictures.
    • to discern what belongs to the one realm, namely the
    • plant? We can no longer make use of either of the two
    • no longer be permissible to measure the ordinates with the
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    • the planet moves along here, reverses and
    • appearance. Interpreting along these lines — applying
    • insufficient. We begin our calculations along certain lines
    • terms — belonged to old Atlantis.
    • him as an inner rhythm, the phases no longer coinciding with
    • this rhythm, which in those long-ago times proceed from his
    • way in which plant-growth belongs to the Earth as a whole?
    • not belonging to the Earth; rather must I regard it as a
    • said before, would have died long ago. It lives by virtue of
    • It is as though men let themselves be swept along
    • such. Hence it is understandable that for long ages the
    • Nature, inherently belonging to our planetary system, find
    • The 19th century, of course, no longer believed the comets to
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    • following: If we let the point M move along this line, it
    • — it does not do this. It runs along the path just as
    • You see, that which carries the point along the line disappears
    • ordinary philistine!) You can go on imagining points along
    • idea you will have to say: Space no longer gives me a point
    • space is no longer of any help to us. If this were not so, we
    • longer as it is here
    • thrown out of space, and moreover, we can no longer draw a
    • qualitative. This way is a long one, and what we will now
    • imagine that this axis, the longitudinal axis of the ordinary
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    • phenomena, the manifestations of which belong to this
    • not belong to a totality, to a whole. And just for this
    • in the totality to which they properly belong.
    • would be a tubular or long bone — femur or humerus, for
    • belong together. You must regard the world in the inside of
    • between tubular or long bone and skull-bone in the other
    • a resultant with this, the activity belonging to the Earth
    • to which we as physical man belong; we divide it into mineral
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    • construction of the typical long bones or tubular bones by
    • represent absolute reality. We can no longer maintain: What
    • must consider longer periods of time, since in short periods
    • picture year by year. Only when taking longer epochs do we
    • find that it no longer presents the same uniform picture, but
    • looked like very long ago, and you get this appearance
    • movements of the stars which are along the line of sight,
    • and go back along the right rib
    • along this line — rib-vertebra-rib — various
    • lies nearer to our head, to the loop, and what belongs more
    • morphological relation of the tubular or long bone to the
    • throughout the long bone, is the radius; then as you pass to
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    • prolonged.
    • will be most active and influential. Thinking along these
    • closes, in its effects it no longer does so, but, as it were,
    • — the limbs with the metabolism which belongs to them
    • along the spine of the animal. There we must seek what
    • ellipse along which the Earth is moving — but to a
    • resultant path for the Earth, no longer coincident with the
    • well be that the Sun has already gone along the same path and
    • along the same path and that the Earth is following, Nay, it
    • inanimate and at long last from inorganic or mineral? To this
    • possibly imagine the plant-forming process prolonged in a
    • contrasting pole, along the other branch
    • prolonged. There would be no true polarity in that. Rather
    • prolong the line. In the animal-forming process I shall have
    • mathematical line, that tends to vanish as we prolong it.
    • continued grow longer, and there are lines which when
    • prolong the two lines. Only, the plant-kingdom-line must be
    • so prolonged that it grows longer; the animal-kingdom-line so
    • that it grows shorter as we prolong it. I say again, this is
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    • along the one circle and the other. Take Venus for example.
    • the centre of the latter circle moves along the former. The
    • along his epicyclic circle, which we shall them compare with
    • of the epicycles along their different circles. Let the daily
    • centres of their epicycles move along paths which correspond
    • adding the movements along the several epicycles to the
    • their movements along the deferent, only then do they grow
    • with eyes and ears and nose, man could no longer perceive
    • between the mineral and plant kingdoms along the one branch,
    • the animal and man along the other? And, that in drawing the
    • mineral in simple prolongation, while animal and man must be
    • respectively; on the other hand the prolongation of the
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    • (let me say again), the pathway along which you will be led
    • post-Atlantean Epoch cannot say, for he no longer knows it:
    • longer be a cause of blank astonishment that this complex of
    • sense. For to the Earth belongs not only the solid ball on
    • out on either hand from an ideal starting-point. Along the
    • one branch we put the plant-world, along the other the
    • longer. The longer is of undetermined length; the other, we
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    • that belongs to it. The metabolic system too, and all that
    • way. We only have to think most thoroughly along the lines
    • of the long bone to the skull-bone and vice-versa is a
    • tubular bone or long bone inside-out like a mere glove, I
    • before, in its inherent configuration the long bone is
    • its configuration it will no longer follow the radial but the
    • belongs to the rhythmic system, and it will somehow form the
    • we can no longer be thinking of ordinary space. Ordinary
    • to make the inner outer. We can no longer go on calculating
    • you will no longer be too far removed from what I shall now
    • source that can no longer be there in my three-dimensional
    • what in effect belongs to the realm beyond the limit. An
    • equivalent sphere would have to arise within, belonging to
    • come at length to where I shall no longer find heavenly
    • some strange way, belonging not to my Universe but to that
    • Universe to which all the stars do not belong.
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    • task before us along our present lines of study, which I have
    • element which takes its course along the Radius?
    • detect those movements that are along the line of sight,
    • if out of its natural course. In city life we no longer make
    • longer and nights shorter they sleep less; when nights are
    • longer the sleep longer. These aspects however can at most
    • we can discover what belongs together. On the one hand we
    • metabolic process can also be looked for along another line.
    • tired if we have only lived the life-long day while doing
    • — so that the human being in this process belongs to
    • fact and circumstance, where they may long be standing side
    • way. We need experiments along new lines, as you must see,
    • will be able to confirm this if you once begin along this
    • enable you to conceive the polarities of Nature no longer
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    • future if some of you are thinking further along the lines we
    • Earth. So long as we merely look at the movements from
    • put the direction of plant-growth from year to year, so long
    • basis: Earth and Sun are moving, following one another, along
    • along this line. But I repeat, you must include the manifold
    • Venus, the orbit of Mercury, and the Sun. Somewhere along
    • will no longer need the somewhat questionable quality of
    • along with the course of Earth and Sun, the path-forms of the
    • a certain position of the planet along its path. The line of
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    • into more attenuated and at long last into the very negation
    • disqualify it; it is no longer valid. I must make the
    • deformation or whether you follow the lines along which the
    • long, we can continue and make actual experiments. It will
    • cathode make their appearance, this will belong to an entire
    • it belongs to an entire system. Only by speaking in this way
    • judgment, which have so long been responsible for such
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    • dead only as long as we apply it to Nature outside: as soon as we
    • the thoughts, no longer seize the earthly and watery elements in the
    • force of thinking acquired on earth no longer works in the warmth and
    • would have arisen. But men were no longer accustomed to consider
    • implies that the earth cannot reach the goal of its evolution as long
    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • To-day it is advanced enough and has reached long ago the point of
    • we shall no longer think it an absurdity to say: In reality, human
    • spirituality cannot reach man as long as the content of space is
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    • dead only as long as we apply it to Nature outside: as soon as we
    • the thoughts, no longer seize the earthly and watery elements in the
    • force of thinking acquired on earth no longer works in the warmth and
    • would have arisen. But men were no longer accustomed to consider
    • implies that the earth cannot reach the goal of its evolution as long
    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • To-day it is advanced enough and has reached long ago the point of
    • we shall no longer think it an absurdity to say: In reality, human
    • spirituality cannot reach man as long as the content of space is
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    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • highest Spirits, belongs to the season of winter.
    • together with spiritual Beings to whom he belongs. And so man will
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • external Nature is merely a symbol; more and more he will long to
    • our present epoch but for a long time yet external science will
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
    • belongs. Just as the day of Caesar's death is the same for a Chinese
    • can assure you that the results of long, long occult investigations
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    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • highest Spirits, belongs to the season of winter.
    • together with spiritual Beings to whom he belongs. And so man will
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • external Nature is merely a symbol; more and more he will long to
    • our present epoch but for a long time yet external science will
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
    • belongs. Just as the day of Caesar's death is the same for a Chinese
    • can assure you that the results of long, long occult investigations
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    • outer materialistic concepts. After a certain point it no longer
    • whether it belongs to something else or can be examined better as an
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • stones — belongs to the whole of our earth, just as the stones
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • not consider the earth without the plant covering that belongs to
    • relationship to the earth, so also everything plant-like belongs to
    • then it will no longer appear absurd if spiritual science tells us
    • in the realm of plants. The whole plant world belongs to the earth. I
    • belongs to the earth itself. In this ex change the organs are formed
    • belong to the earth activity and the sun activity perceive through
    • the plants reveal themselves as belonging to the earth's
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • world that are misplaced, that do not belong in our world. One such
    • myths, because it be longs to an earlier planetary condition of our
    • world. With our soul and spirit we feel ourselves belonging to the
    • world, as it were, we feel that it belongs to our great mother earth.
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    • outer materialistic concepts. After a certain point it no longer
    • whether it belongs to something else or can be examined better as an
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • stones — belongs to the whole of our earth, just as the stones
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • not consider the earth without the plant covering that belongs to
    • relationship to the earth, so also everything plant-like belongs to
    • then it will no longer appear absurd if spiritual science tells us
    • in the realm of plants. The whole plant world belongs to the earth. I
    • belongs to the earth itself. In this ex change the organs are formed
    • belong to the earth activity and the sun activity perceive through
    • the plants reveal themselves as belonging to the earth's
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • world that are misplaced, that do not belong in our world. One such
    • myths, because it be longs to an earlier planetary condition of our
    • world. With our soul and spirit we feel ourselves belonging to the
    • world, as it were, we feel that it belongs to our great mother earth.
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    • He belonged, as a rule, to the moderate parties. We must
    • belong to the realms of error and deceit ... Their origin
    • many respects no longer even allowable (no longer allowable,
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha. These forces are no longer
    • manner; — no longer as normal forces of human nature
    • are no longer intelligible at all to-day, save with the help of
    • Mysteries, or that all Mysteries belong to the realms of
    • Luciferic force, so to-day (when they can no longer be held
    • leave off the pursuit of all that belongs to Physics,
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    • socially. No doubt an elementary process; and it is a long way
    • large scale. Nevertheless, everything that lies along this
    • line belongs to the realm of those things which become
    • longest and the nights are shortest. Man's sleep is only
    • that when the shortest days and the longest nights are with
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • between Christmas and Easter is longer or shorter as the case
    • no longer merely devote the intellect to the things we do. We
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
    • grasp of reality. To develop a longing for what the world has
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    • which belongs to the secret of death. While the former is
    • for 72 years. It can be much longer, of course, or shorter as
    • belongs to birth — has rejected what leads to the
    • belongs. Definite stages in the evolution of man are
    • again along the paths of the Spirit.
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    • things than those which held good for such a long time. We live
    • world with a certain feeling of longing and of sorrow, as if the
    • because it no longer contained the gods, they experienced it as a
    • physical world no longer contained the gods. And our thought life
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • about a Cosmic Christmas. This inner voice, this inner longing,
    • if we are filled with the longing to see in Christmas an
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    • things than those which held good for such a long time. We live
    • world with a certain feeling of longing and of sorrow, as if the
    • because it no longer contained the gods, they experienced it as a
    • physical world no longer contained the gods. And our thought life
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • about a Cosmic Christmas. This inner voice, this inner longing,
    • if we are filled with the longing to see in Christmas an
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    • The intellect itself is spirit, but its content is no longer a
    • pertaining to man, can only be grasped in the course of long
    • epochs; indeed, the powers belonging to the super-human sphere
    • 20th century, our deepest concern should no longer be
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    • The intellect itself is spirit, but its content is no longer a
    • pertaining to man, can only be grasped in the course of long
    • epochs; indeed, the powers belonging to the super-human sphere
    • 20th century, our deepest concern should no longer be
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    • had long ago felt the inclination to build a bridge leading from
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • talk for a long time, were I to mention some of these theories
    • exercises have been made for a sufficiently long time, when we
    • constitutes the ordinary life of memory. We then no longer
    • in which we live in anthroposophical research, we are no longer
    • so that we are no longer connected with our body as in the case
    • own body, which has slept long enough and which produces this
    • know a thing only because we are no longer connected with it, no
    • longer penetrated by it subjectively, because it stands before us
    • fact that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
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    • had long ago felt the inclination to build a bridge leading from
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • talk for a long time, were I to mention some of these theories
    • exercises have been made for a sufficiently long time, when we
    • constitutes the ordinary life of memory. We then no longer
    • in which we live in anthroposophical research, we are no longer
    • so that we are no longer connected with our body as in the case
    • own body, which has slept long enough and which produces this
    • know a thing only because we are no longer connected with it, no
    • longer penetrated by it subjectively, because it stands before us
    • fact that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
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    • re-appearing in another form; that is to say, we then no longer
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • longer had any notion of the earth's beginning and end.
    • meaning in history. We should be filled with the longing to
    • from doing so. In the present time, we no longer conceive in the
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
    • world's beginning and end, this no longer means what it meant in
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
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    • re-appearing in another form; that is to say, we then no longer
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • longer had any notion of the earth's beginning and end.
    • meaning in history. We should be filled with the longing to
    • from doing so. In the present time, we no longer conceive in the
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
    • world's beginning and end, this no longer means what it meant in
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
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    • into their ideas. Not so very long ago, the world of ideas was
    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • longer gives him a living essence, he is obliged, in the present
    • understanding of his folk soul, so that he no longer felt that he
    • longer thought that he enfolded a God, but he felt that he was
    • truth was no longer pronounced as openly as the other truth in
    • came to the fore in the Fifteenth Century. No longer did the
    • life undergoes a change. Man no longer feels so closely connected
    • place. It is the epoch in which one could no longer say only:
    • imagined to be divine-human. In reality, the longing felt by the
    • Nietzsche we find this longing for the cosmic light, the cosmic
    • becomes manifest in pure thought; as modern men we then no longer
    • take this along, we cannot go beyond the dry, banal, abstract
    • mathematics; but the human being must bring along something, for
    • needed, as it were, so that modern man may set out along this
    • is so peculiar. It fitly belongs — but in an unfit way
    • the longing to know these realities.
    • out along the spiritual path if the Spirit is our guide: to
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    • into their ideas. Not so very long ago, the world of ideas was
    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • longer gives him a living essence, he is obliged, in the present
    • understanding of his folk soul, so that he no longer felt that he
    • longer thought that he enfolded a God, but he felt that he was
    • truth was no longer pronounced as openly as the other truth in
    • came to the fore in the Fifteenth Century. No longer did the
    • life undergoes a change. Man no longer feels so closely connected
    • place. It is the epoch in which one could no longer say only:
    • imagined to be divine-human. In reality, the longing felt by the
    • Nietzsche we find this longing for the cosmic light, the cosmic
    • becomes manifest in pure thought; as modern men we then no longer
    • take this along, we cannot go beyond the dry, banal, abstract
    • mathematics; but the human being must bring along something, for
    • needed, as it were, so that modern man may set out along this
    • is so peculiar. It fitly belongs — but in an unfit way
    • the longing to know these realities.
    • out along the spiritual path if the Spirit is our guide: to
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    • longer constitutes the whole human being, but only a residue of
    • belong the bones, muscles, etc. which exist in him. The bone
    • longer corresponds to the living human being. The form which lies
    • before me as corpse, no longer requires the existence of lungs,
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • have a different inner character; they are no longer a perception
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    • longer constitutes the whole human being, but only a residue of
    • belong the bones, muscles, etc. which exist in him. The bone
    • longer corresponds to the living human being. The form which lies
    • before me as corpse, no longer requires the existence of lungs,
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • have a different inner character; they are no longer a perception
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    • Century, learned to think that everything we carry along with us
    • alone contains reality, in Nature. In spite of this, the longing
    • They can no longer accept what ancient religious traditions have
    • longer tread this ancient path. Since then, humanity has taken on
    • religious element in the world's order along different paths than
    • long path which we must tread in order to reach a genuine
    • the present time must no longer pursue this aim through the more
    • Within this living way of thinking, the human being no longer
    • before us. Now we no longer see the sun in its physical splendor,
    • no longer serve the process of sight if material substance
    • In certain moments of cognition, our body is then no longer
    • spiritual world, the super-sensible world, to which we belong as
    • course of time. Death became a riddle when man no longer
    • possessed the key to the riddle of birth, when he no longer
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    • Century, learned to think that everything we carry along with us
    • alone contains reality, in Nature. In spite of this, the longing
    • They can no longer accept what ancient religious traditions have
    • longer tread this ancient path. Since then, humanity has taken on
    • religious element in the world's order along different paths than
    • long path which we must tread in order to reach a genuine
    • the present time must no longer pursue this aim through the more
    • Within this living way of thinking, the human being no longer
    • before us. Now we no longer see the sun in its physical splendor,
    • no longer serve the process of sight if material substance
    • In certain moments of cognition, our body is then no longer
    • spiritual world, the super-sensible world, to which we belong as
    • course of time. Death became a riddle when man no longer
    • possessed the key to the riddle of birth, when he no longer
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    • death, for then we shall recognize it as a world which belongs to
    • When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no longer able to
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • some knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, but no longer in the
    • natural-scientific discipline, along the animal line of descent,
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • it has a real meaning to say: Man belongs to the development of
    • … the head remained stunted, because a longer time of
    • has behind him a LONGER TIME OF DEVELOPMENT than the animals
    • and finally we come to the religious world. These worlds belong
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • Now we no longer
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • upon a future in which this earth will no longer exist, and the
    • stars above will no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us
    • to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as something fantastic and
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    • death, for then we shall recognize it as a world which belongs to
    • When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no longer able to
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • some knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, but no longer in the
    • natural-scientific discipline, along the animal line of descent,
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • it has a real meaning to say: Man belongs to the development of
    • … the head remained stunted, because a longer time of
    • has behind him a LONGER TIME OF DEVELOPMENT than the animals
    • and finally we come to the religious world. These worlds belong
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • Now we no longer
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • upon a future in which this earth will no longer exist, and the
    • stars above will no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us
    • to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as something fantastic and
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    • tree descends to the generations to which Abraham and David belong.
    • earthly career. Man as he now is belongs to the Earth, through his
    • again to our birth along the path we call Kamaloka in order to meet
    • Adam, that belongs to the physical body, etheric and astral body and
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • time the Christ descended from those worlds to which mankind belongs,
    • longer romp and wrestle on Sundays. They had really to lead what is
    • the external acting. But this could no longer continue to please, for
    • It has all been produced by science. We no longer burn, as Goethe
    • which man, as a super-sensible being, belongs. Is it not wonderful
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    • tree descends to the generations to which Abraham and David belong.
    • earthly career. Man as he now is belongs to the Earth, through his
    • again to our birth along the path we call Kamaloka in order to meet
    • Adam, that belongs to the physical body, etheric and astral body and
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • time the Christ descended from those worlds to which mankind belongs,
    • longer romp and wrestle on Sundays. They had really to lead what is
    • the external acting. But this could no longer continue to please, for
    • It has all been produced by science. We no longer burn, as Goethe
    • which man, as a super-sensible being, belongs. Is it not wonderful
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    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • which David belongs. And out of the wood of this tree, which actually
    • now in his union with the Luciferic principle, belongs to the earth,
    • death into the spiritual world that belongs to the being of man;
    • that his physical body has been developing for so-and-so long since
    • his birth. The “I” does not go along with this
    • order to re encounter our “I” and then to take it along
    • descended out of those worlds to which the human being belongs, out
    • this was no longer tolerated. The people also wanted to understand
    • in the Christmas plays. This is not how it was. Rather the longing
    • mood emanating from the longing to participate themselves,
    • the longing to experience a story. In the story, however, there was
    • further, however — Haeckel no longer asks this question
    • today. It has been brought forth by this science. We no longer burn
    • related to what the human being belongs to as a super-sensible
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    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • which David belongs. And out of the wood of this tree, which actually
    • now in his union with the Luciferic principle, belongs to the earth,
    • death into the spiritual world that belongs to the being of man;
    • that his physical body has been developing for so-and-so long since
    • his birth. The “I” does not go along with this
    • order to re encounter our “I” and then to take it along
    • descended out of those worlds to which the human being belongs, out
    • this was no longer tolerated. The people also wanted to understand
    • in the Christmas plays. This is not how it was. Rather the longing
    • mood emanating from the longing to participate themselves,
    • the longing to experience a story. In the story, however, there was
    • further, however — Haeckel no longer asks this question
    • today. It has been brought forth by this science. We no longer burn
    • related to what the human being belongs to as a super-sensible
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    • that arouses longing in the receptive human soul, and fills
    • even to approach and place ourselves alongside of it. We are
    • Jesus of Nazareth, who belonged to a people able to trace the
    • worlds.’ No, he said: ‘Man belongs to the world
    • northern people and the Iranians. A longing arose in the
    • attitude that persisted for a long time in Central Asia: an
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    • that they were needed to enable it to travel along the road.
    • that someone wished to travel along the road. Ultimately we
    • along the road. Here it is advisable to stop, for further
    • meaning determined by long usage; and when endeavouring to
    • images of reality was felt most strongly. Hence the age-long
    • These were no longer required to provide external sight, so
    • outward had thus become inward it was experienced, no longer
    • seen; it was no longer described by different names, but by
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    • It must be realized that for long ages the earth and sun
    • never have evolved. As long as the earth contained the moon
    • heat and light, but among these influences which belong to
    • manifestation of sound-ether and life-ether do not belong.
    • had now to be enacted again in the life of humanity. A long
    • sound-ether, continued for long into post-Atlantean times.
    • As the effects of these forces could no longer penetrate to
    • class of people, who no longer perceived the activities of
    • legends, telling in a pictorial way of long-ago events, come
    • Christ. During this long period the mission of the Hebrews,
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    • people; he then felt he belonged through his blood to the
    • Preparation had been made for it a long time in advance. Just
    • he evolved from a Bodhisattva to a Buddha. There is a long
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    • the long line of Bodhisattvas we have to recognize the great
    • was no longer steeped in matter he must pass through
    • the physical world belong to the physical and etheric bodies
    • all that then belonged to physical nature, we shall find at
    • be traced, all belonging to an earlier generation has
    • no longer concerned with a human existence but with
    • etheric bodies. It will then belong to the world the stars,
    • stages we are no longer blinded by the complexity of these
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    • longer divine, but has clothed himself in the earthly
    • generation was longer than in subsequent periods. In
    • longest in the times from Adam to Abraham, subsequently they
    • were also long, for great age is always ascribed to the
    • years and even longer to a generation in ancient times. But
    • through a long sequence of generations; it was only later
    • a name was used as long as memory endured.
    • grandfather, etc. So long as the threads of memory endured
    • until a new memory arises and with it another name. As long
    • lasted longer and one name signifies that which, like an ego,
    • long periods — even so far back as to the time when the
    • Chaldea, and Assyria. They looked forward with longing to the
    • Chaldea, and Assyria. They looked forward with longing to the
    • the Essene Mystery Schools, who, after long training, had
    • long and difficult trials of his training. Concerning such a
    • these pupils were Mathai, Nakai, Netzer (because he belonged
    • for him no longer sufficed, and he had then to proceed to the
    • correct, but as long as it was undesirable for people to
    • experience the truth, or as long as people did not desire the
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    • part of initiation would belong to one nation, another to
    • to this seems false and discordant. As long as he holds the
    • special astral body and ego-bearer belonging to the Nathan
    • then must do so no longer in this physical body, but they
    • tells them that when this is fulfilled He would no longer be
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    • consciousness of self. Ego-consciousness belongs to
    • the ego belongs; but when the three times fourteen
    • longer have need of the world about me!’ This form of
    • no longer within it, but only work upon it. Unless we free
    • Maya, the creation of our own illusion. So long as this
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    • the world of spirit. This condition belongs for the most part
    • what belonged to the secrets of the ancient Mysteries. It was
    • long as man is unable to create food magically, unable to
    • not all; something else was connected with it. In long past
    • plane that this is no longer possible; but in that earlier
    • feeling of longing in his sentient soul similar to what he
    • previously experienced unwittingly as the physical longing we
    • forces around him. We have here something that belongs to man
    • belongs to the very beginning of the Christian era, and he
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    • belonging to these lines of progress are gradually to be
    • no longer require to see into the spiritual world with the
    • activity within the realm of spirit where it belongs. This
    • be affected by that of the community to which he belongs. The
    • hand along the path that all initiates must tread. I will
    • called either a Persian (since he was no longer an isolated
    • being but belonged to the Angel of the Persian nation) or he
    • when you have travelled further along the way on which I have
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    • is no longer such belief; the materialistic thought of to-day
    • meaning-filled tone belongs to the Being of the Sun.
    • evolution longed for higher things. And the less exalted
    • materially physical body, however, no longer existed, this
    • is a fact that they belong to what is most certain in it, for
    • belongs to Caesar, render to him; it is his, and is contained
    • image of God; you will then know that they belong to
    • employ to-day — it would have been proved long since
    • does not belong only to Christians; that in reality the same
    • and belonging to one people. It must not be said of us that
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    • infinitely long period of time. It is true that certain modern
    • belong, at the expense of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • which there is no documentary evidence. Zarathustra himself belongs
    • consider that man can reach the spiritual world along two paths of
    • belongs to the physical world, we may indeed find our real spiritual
    • Mystic; the second the way of Spiritual Science. It was along one of
    • no longer strictly separate from one another, for it is part of the
    • pass along one side, we arrive at the opposite, the highest point. If
    • we pass along the other side, we also arrive at the same point. If we
    • at the same point along both sides. Why should we not assume that the
    • thought of the people for a very long time and then for a while they
    • colours and sounds must cease. So long as these elements enter into
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
    • to hear. Mark well my words! No longer shall the Evil One, the false
    • leader, conquer the Spirit of Good. Too long has his evil breath
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    • infinitely long period of time. It is true that certain modern
    • belong, at the expense of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • which there is no documentary evidence. Zarathustra himself belongs
    • consider that man can reach the spiritual world along two paths of
    • belongs to the physical world, we may indeed find our real spiritual
    • Mystic; the second the way of Spiritual Science. It was along one of
    • no longer strictly separate from one another, for it is part of the
    • pass along one side, we arrive at the opposite, the highest point. If
    • we pass along the other side, we also arrive at the same point. If we
    • at the same point along both sides. Why should we not assume that the
    • thought of the people for a very long time and then for a while they
    • colours and sounds must cease. So long as these elements enter into
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
    • to hear. Mark well my words! No longer shall the Evil One, the false
    • leader, conquer the Spirit of Good. Too long has his evil breath
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    • realise that I have a longing for the Spiritual, a yearning towards
    • the primal source of my being; but Osiris and Isis belong to the
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • Osiris can therefore only be reached along two paths. One is the path
    • longer limited to the human faculties pertaining to the outer world
    • Egyptian epoch this no longer appears in its purest form. For just as
    • culture belongs to the period of decadence and one can only surmise
    • as it were, along the path to man. Divine forces which have not
    • civilisations. On the contrary, primitive conditions belong
    • into modern civilisation. If it advances along these paths it will
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    • realise that I have a longing for the Spiritual, a yearning towards
    • the primal source of my being; but Osiris and Isis belong to the
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • Osiris can therefore only be reached along two paths. One is the path
    • longer limited to the human faculties pertaining to the outer world
    • Egyptian epoch this no longer appears in its purest form. For just as
    • culture belongs to the period of decadence and one can only surmise
    • as it were, along the path to man. Divine forces which have not
    • civilisations. On the contrary, primitive conditions belong
    • into modern civilisation. If it advances along these paths it will
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    • experimenting along the lines of butterfly flight has never been
    • really belong to aeronautics but which will shed light on the
    • sun, very soon we should no longer have any caterpillars. They would all
    • the caterpillar crawls along, it spins a thread in the pattern of the
    • itself in its sheath along with the sunbeams. In the chrysalis the
    • present — no longer earthly or etheric forces, but astral forces
    • can follow the light. Being no longer subject to gravity the butterfly
    • gravity to which it is no longer subject. So it can be said that it has
    • vessels formerly belonging to the tail are withdrawn and thus feet are
    • happens to the egg after he has dissected it. Nature no longer acts, but
    • no longer believe what follows, but formerly they would say: Here we
    • are just a little more nebulous. They no longer reckon on going back to
    • and water which after all play their part are no longer considered.
    • has nothing left to do. Contemporary science no longer has any knowledge
    • extracts means of nourishment from Nature, but no longer understands its
    • taught no longer has any connection with Nature. Nature is referred to
    • to them any longer. Anyone saying them is considered mad. It really is
    • has remarkable visions and hallucinations along with epileptic fits. In
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    • experimenting along the lines of butterfly flight has never been
    • really belong to aeronautics but which will shed light on the
    • sun, very soon we should no longer have any caterpillars. They would all
    • the caterpillar crawls along, it spins a thread in the pattern of the
    • itself in its sheath along with the sunbeams. In the chrysalis the
    • present — no longer earthly or etheric forces, but astral forces
    • can follow the light. Being no longer subject to gravity the butterfly
    • gravity to which it is no longer subject. So it can be said that it has
    • vessels formerly belonging to the tail are withdrawn and thus feet are
    • happens to the egg after he has dissected it. Nature no longer acts, but
    • no longer believe what follows, but formerly they would say: Here we
    • are just a little more nebulous. They no longer reckon on going back to
    • and water which after all play their part are no longer considered.
    • has nothing left to do. Contemporary science no longer has any knowledge
    • extracts means of nourishment from Nature, but no longer understands its
    • taught no longer has any connection with Nature. Nature is referred to
    • to them any longer. Anyone saying them is considered mad. It really is
    • has remarkable visions and hallucinations along with epileptic fits. In
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    • get along.
    • world. This creates in us a need for what we can no longer carry within
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    • get along.
    • world. This creates in us a need for what we can no longer carry within
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    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • need and longing to be united with the spiritual. In the universal sea
    • during waking life something like a need and longing to relate all the
    • and has experienced at the same time a longing for the divine-spiritual,
    • experience is due to the fact that the soul is no longer merely swimming
    • carried along, as is the case in the customary methods of obtaining
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    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • need and longing to be united with the spiritual. In the universal sea
    • during waking life something like a need and longing to relate all the
    • and has experienced at the same time a longing for the divine-spiritual,
    • experience is due to the fact that the soul is no longer merely swimming
    • carried along, as is the case in the customary methods of obtaining
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    • soul. And should natural science proceed along the lines which
    • longer appear humane; Anthroposophists to-day could not well be
    • belonging to different parties — provided that at such a
    • applied to it those laws which psychologists have for a long
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • as holding enlightened views, has ceased to believe, long before
    • chemical processes characteristic of seeing no longer take
    • shape. In this way new species of animals can evolve as long as
    • of further evolutions of animals species along the same lines,
    • all that belongs to the biography of a soul out of the soul from
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    • soul. And should natural science proceed along the lines which
    • longer appear humane; Anthroposophists to-day could not well be
    • belonging to different parties — provided that at such a
    • applied to it those laws which psychologists have for a long
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • as holding enlightened views, has ceased to believe, long before
    • chemical processes characteristic of seeing no longer take
    • shape. In this way new species of animals can evolve as long as
    • of further evolutions of animals species along the same lines,
    • all that belongs to the biography of a soul out of the soul from
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    • taken away. That is to say, that when a man is no longer able
    • superfluous, because it does not as yet belong to the
    • to-day as another truth, which now belongs to the
    • Spiritual Science). Not long ago the great natural scientist,
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • the flames of the funeral pile to-day. That is no longer the
    • ancestor, to a being who has progressed, who does not belong
    • the further course of life this process is no longer
    • As long as we grow, and in so far as we thus grow, we do not
    • something which does not belong to them, if they are to
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • the moment when the child, of his own accord, no longer says:
    • the sense-experiences come along and the self-mirroring of
    • itself must be there. From this we learn that as long as the
    • that they become conceptions, as long as they only approach
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • long as that lasts, one notices that the child imagines into
    • of consciousness in waking-up and in going to sleep. So long
    • memory of past lives. Then people need no longer say that
    • unhinged. For certain things belong together, and others
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    • taken away. That is to say, that when a man is no longer able
    • superfluous, because it does not as yet belong to the
    • to-day as another truth, which now belongs to the
    • Spiritual Science). Not long ago the great natural scientist,
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • the flames of the funeral pile to-day. That is no longer the
    • ancestor, to a being who has progressed, who does not belong
    • the further course of life this process is no longer
    • As long as we grow, and in so far as we thus grow, we do not
    • something which does not belong to them, if they are to
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • the moment when the child, of his own accord, no longer says:
    • the sense-experiences come along and the self-mirroring of
    • itself must be there. From this we learn that as long as the
    • that they become conceptions, as long as they only approach
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • long as that lasts, one notices that the child imagines into
    • of consciousness in waking-up and in going to sleep. So long
    • memory of past lives. Then people need no longer say that
    • unhinged. For certain things belong together, and others
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    • arises with the beings which belong to it. Digression on the
    • into our world. Man belongs entirely to the mineral kingdom
    • “kingdom” is no longer suitable. The seven life-conditions
    • but 666, they will no longer be able to alter these
    • of the earth there will no longer be etheric bodies. Those
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    • does religion signify for mankind? It was and for a long time
    • ages are essentially those in which man has longed for union
    • others when man did not need such a sense of longing for
    • of humanity, who no longer, however, bear the form of those
    • modern. Colours and forms are no longer perceived as floating
    • longer does he apprehend things through sharply outlined
    • That this is no longer necessary to-day has been brought
    • is the same Being for whom all these have longed who have
    • of their wisdom? No longer merely to understand the life of
    • Man will divest himself of what belongs to the senses when he
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    • Mysteries experienced can no longer touch him. This spot the
    • materialism I have described as belonging to the early
    • would descend in a cloud, there still belonged to it a
    • spiritual faith. A spiritual life such as this was no longer
    • see why this has not been allowed to happen for a long time
    • man is perceiving all day long? Think of your daily life,
    • storm upon you all day long and you work upon these
    • of perception is as follows: All day long we are subjected to
    • have that which belongs to the seven categories of the
    • physical world, in the seven seals that which belongs to the
    • belongs to the higher world of Devachan, and in the seven
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    • performed his exercises for a long period — and this
    • lasted for a very long time — when he had received what
    • arms belong to your “I.” This may be clearly seen
    • belong to this common “I.” Hence one who
    • also no movement. For time belongs to movement. There is no
    • etheric bodies as they are to-day, belong to the present
    • physical human body; and to the present etheric body belong
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    • seven sub-ages is again the seventh part of a longer period;
    • by a great longing for what their ancestors had seen in
    • those who belonged to that ancient sacred Indian
    • civilization; they longed with all their might to look back
    • they longed to escape. And the most advanced souls in that
    • which he longed to escape, was looked upon by those who
    • belonged to the second age as their field of action, as
    • at first seemed something hostile, but no longer — as
    • It is no longer merely a hostile power which he has to
    • world was no longer Maya but, as the writing of a human being
    • to-day no longer has knowledge; for what is known as
    • and came at length to Alba-longa. This name indicates a place
    • Alba-longa or the long Alba, the place from which a priestly
    • Commandments. What God commanded belonged to the ancient idea
    • cultural epoch what may be retained, and what no longer
    • have come to our own epoch, the one to which we belong and
    • so that no external power can any longer play upon us if we
    • great Leader. They will already belong so far to the
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    • which we belong, should consider the words of the so-called
    • seven sub-ages is itself a small cycle contained in a longer
    • thought will no longer disquiet you if you distinguish
    • soul will undeservedly remain in a body belonging to our age.
    • no longer be the case un the epoch following the great War of
    • will no longer be able to hide it.
    • the origin of our earth after Saturn, Sun and Moon and a long
    • piece of ice can only grow larger so long as it is in the
    • the longest before separating.
    • develop intelligence and reason and all that belongs to them.
    • were not around its the animals which belong to the horse
    • through a long series is enumerated. And again the expression
    • become can no longer be symbolized by the horse. A new symbol
    • and they cried with a loud voice, saying, How long, O Lord,
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    • the ensuing stages no longer need to develop this. The
    • development if they had been bound to the Moon any longer.
    • because it is a backward being. It no longer has sensation,
    • perceived that mistletoe does not belong to our earth, that
    • cannot kill Baldur with anything belonging to the earth; he
    • could no longer reach the human stage, backward Angels, shall
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    • no longer noticed. As a matter of fact, there is a certain
    • this nebula, so that they belonged to it, were all the beings
    • Earth, when after a long intermediate pause the Earth-nebula
    • what stands in the records, to have no longer the will to
    • belongs to our “I,” so man felt that he belonged
    • individuality. It was a long, long time before he really grew
    • astral body belong to it, just as with man. The earth has all
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    • passing into joint stock companies; capital is no longer
    • could do this long before, for the wasp's nest is constructed
    • group of wasps. It possessed this knowledge long before man.
    • is no longer known what these names signify. It is not known
    • longer understood. He alone who rightly understands it learns
    • belong to the small band of the sealed from all nations and
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    • the earth which belongs to all, to drive away all the other
    • conception of a nation will then no longer have the
    • in our epoch. We are now looking with great longing towards
    • in any way. Even those belonging to the sixth epoch will be
    • soul. Thought will no longer remain dumb so that it can be
    • when that which is in the Gospel will no longer be outside in
    • comparatively speaking, not long ago; so that if we survey
    • reversed, because it represents what belongs to the future.
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    • life body. This etheric body man no longer has in common with
    • moon, will be over-come, for man will no longer need it. The
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    • is no longer mineral kingdom but the third elementary
    • describes the present minerals as belonging to the mineral
    • kingdom, the plants as belonging to the vegetable kingdom,
    • the animals as belonging to the animal kingdom and man to the
    • the vegetable kingdom he no longer understands it, the
    • does he belong to the human kingdom.
    • as long as a person enters the laboratory in the belief that
    • so long will he never be able, with the will of those who
    • has long vistas of evolution in front of him. All this he
    • by no means call them kingdoms any longer, the idea
    • “kingdom” is no longer suitable. If we bear all this in mind
    • called occult wisdom. As long as you build up a scaffolding
    • are long enough — we have
    • that he possesses the germ of the ego-being. He no longer
    • group-soul disappeared. It is no longer there, man has
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    • character of the old forces belonging to the seven heads.
    • belonging to Saturn (which in theosophical books are also
    • respects? For now it is no longer the case. We are in the
    • then no longer be this disarrangement of evolution, there
    • will, indeed, for a long time be possible for those who have
    • this tendency will no longer be able — when that distant
    • only for the shorter periods but for the longer ones. This
    • esotericism the casting out of those who belong to 666, and
    • the pupils were obliged in be silent for a long time and
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    • belong to the black art — nevertheless mislead people;
    • belonging to him. We can form an idea of what will then
    • time being adapted to the astral body and no longer desires
    • and longs for what is below in the physical world. Only
    • can no longer be even an etheric body. Those whose etheric
    • Those, however, who in this etheric body desire what belongs
    • new light. It will no longer call forth anxiety and
    • comparatively not long ago, that memory has deteriorated so
    • unveil a very little. If you go further along the path which
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    • Ego; alongside it are the Luciferic and Ahrimanic influences which
    • no longer have been able to arrive at any experience of
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    • before long court appointments with generous emoluments began
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    • I was eager to send you a trifle, that along with your faith ye
    • long-suffering and self-restraint.
    • therefore, my brethren, He that is long-suffering, foreseeing
    • they shall see Him in that day wearing the long scarlet robe about
    • idols. Do all those then too belong to their covenant? Moreover
    • but in their lawlessness seize what belongeth to others, and as
    • may eat the meat that belongeth to others, being pestilent in
    • again in another prophet He saith; The whole day long have
    • So long as the good
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    • aspects of consciousness belong to the part of man's being we call
    • consider man in a spiritual sense, we can no longer speak only of
    • spiritual Powers whom we have recognised as belonging to the
    • of forces that actually belongs to us; we always see something
    • reckon with the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic. Now in all that belongs
    • forces that truly belong to us, we should feel an interest in our
    • should really, according to their essential nature, belong to the
    • to everything that belongs to our original human nature we are
    • In regard to everything in us that we do not develop, we belong not
    • this realm of duration belong, as we know, all the spiritual Beings
    • rank than the Spirits of Form among the Hierarchies, belong entirely
    • rank of the Exusiai, accordingly, belong only to the realm of
    • Beings who enter time. These are Luciferic Beings, who really belong
    • know that the Luciferic forces really belong by nature to the realm
    • we don't know for how long it has done
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    • the higher Hierarchies who belong to man's original nature, and also
    • we can say: To the course of this evolution belong the Lemurian age
    • The result would have been that men would have no longer been able to
    • of extraordinary significance. Because it would no longer have been
    • were no longer within their reach on earth, a renewed capacity for
    • moon through its natural effects has stayed with him longer. In the
    • That was his mistake, and also his great tragedy, for man no longer
    • path. That which the sun out there in space could no longer give him,
    • the experience that could no longer come to him from outside,
    • men been obliged to wait longer, beyond the year 333, they
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • himself belongs: Consider the Christians' God and then reflect
    • belongs to the world!” Tertullian does not call on the
    • are speaking of qualities belonging to the realm of heredity,
    • death. We corrupt the whole picture of man developing along his
    • belongs to the world of the senses.
    • nature, seeing it as the direct working of Jahve — for as long,
    • birth and death, or heredity and death, belong to the world of the
    • to the view that heredity and death belong there. This view wormed
    • place among natural phenomena and belongs to them? The consequence
    • bringing into the human will a fact belonging to the past, a
    • spiritual connections, do not really belong there. We must point to
    • the sense-world, where they do not belong because they are strangers,
    • who are portrayed as though the characteristics which still belong to
    • scientifically in order to believe that birth and death belong to the
    • characteristics as belonging to the world of the senses.
    • opposition to the false idea that death belongs to the world of the
    • as long as the intellect of the student keeps to the realm of the
    • of Golgotha, then, if you reflect a little, you will no longer find
    • where he cannot be tricked into thinking that death belongs to the
    • Christ's contemporaries, who by that time had long been dead, you may
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    • are so clever that we no longer believe in them — and pay
    • spiritual world existing behind them. Thus for a long period men had
    • such a pass that not even indigestible foods are cooked any longer by
    • prevented, because it did not belong to human evolution in the
    • “Men will come who no longer direct their gaze to the Spirit
    • will no longer be interested in the Spirit; they will turn their
    • evolution was to be finished; man would have gone no further along
    • century mankind has come such a wonderfully long way in humane
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • can acquire only in the course of a long, long time. And men would have
    • appear to belong together when they are looked at from a later time
    • character of this Academy, founded by those who had belonged to the
    • for him, among whom even Christ Jesus belongs. The thoughts of men
    • ghostly, as long as we have not the courage to look for the spiritual
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • this holds good even in mechanical motion — does not belong to
    • something belonging to the future, something destined for them only
    • the folds of his toga no longer felt as a Greek had felt; the toga
    • has been long in coming. Just reflect, just consider —
    • appear which are no longer capable of growth, where spiritual
    • is no longer appropriate to think in that way (so said Professor
    • harm to Christianity but helps it forward. How long it will take the
    • a subject. Where do we find the rhetoric that confronts a no longer
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    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • third time, it is taken back to the spiritual world for a long time.
    • belong to the super-sensual world. Therefore the attempt will for
    • someone to belong to such a community if he is not really in
    • belongs to the eternal laws of being. And what also belongs is that
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • had been for a long time himself in Freudian treatment for a nervous
    • been a long time in the Society in that I required of them that they
    • given by Dr. Steiner developed alongside the creative colors
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    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • third time, it is taken back to the spiritual world for a long time.
    • belong to the super-sensual world. Therefore the attempt will for
    • someone to belong to such a community if he is not really in
    • belongs to the eternal laws of being. And what also belongs is that
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • had been for a long time himself in Freudian treatment for a nervous
    • been a long time in the Society in that I required of them that they
    • given by Dr. Steiner developed alongside the creative colors
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • Elementary Kingdoms belong to what lies behind the world
    • no longer holds true, for, in the astral world, there is
    • minerals, belong to this kingdom. You are told, to begin
    • merely one mineral which belongs, as it were, to a mineral
    • instance, belong to these mineral parts; also in the brain,
    • as long as he is not astrally clairvoyant. Materialists
    • belonging to the sphere of living Nature, without the help of
    • the Beings that lie behind nature, as long as such a work has
    • warmth-body, it belongs to the third Elementary
    • Kingdom. These Beings, belonging to the third
    • the animals — they belong to the same region. And
    • of a plant consists of the forces belonging to the second
    • desires — from the Beings belonging to the third
    • greater then, will be the longing for the Divine. The very
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • Elementary Kingdoms belong to what lies behind the world
    • no longer holds true, for, in the astral world, there is
    • minerals, belong to this kingdom. You are told, to begin
    • merely one mineral which belongs, as it were, to a mineral
    • instance, belong to these mineral parts; also in the brain,
    • as long as he is not astrally clairvoyant. Materialists
    • belonging to the sphere of living Nature, without the help of
    • the Beings that lie behind nature, as long as such a work has
    • warmth-body, it belongs to the third Elementary
    • Kingdom. These Beings, belonging to the third
    • the animals — they belong to the same region. And
    • of a plant consists of the forces belonging to the second
    • desires — from the Beings belonging to the third
    • greater then, will be the longing for the Divine. The very
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • takes us into the cycles of her dance, hurrying along with us
    • that filled his longing and feeling soul; and as aged man, in
    • that which is no longer a part of the physical world —
    • spirit existence. As long as there remains one selfish aim,
    • deprive us of all mysticism for prolonged periods. They are
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • takes us into the cycles of her dance, hurrying along with us
    • that filled his longing and feeling soul; and as aged man, in
    • that which is no longer a part of the physical world —
    • spirit existence. As long as there remains one selfish aim,
    • deprive us of all mysticism for prolonged periods. They are
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture I: East and West from a Spiritual Point of View
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    • any longer possess it — “You have the choice
    • will be impossible for human beings to belong to a single
    • men belonging to varied professions and classes, and I know
    • everyday life and science, humanity may continue for a long
    • along as well as is absolutely necessary. But, as regards
    • social life, it is not possible to get along without giving
    • being belongs inherently beyond the threshold of the
    • spiritual world, since man really belongs to the world of
    • it can be grasped only by means of the capacities belonging
    • instinctive so long as the impulse is lacking to see the
    • human souls varies greatly in people belonging to the West
    • and those belonging to the East. This will become an
    • chaotically in his instincts and does not belong to the
    • person, for only what a person consciously grasps belongs to
    • does not belong at all to Romanism. In English-speaking
    • belonging to the fourth post-Atlantean culture. This is
    • without the necessary knowledge. That is no longer in keeping
    • the East that what will continue for a long time into the
    • Things must not continue longer in such a way that, just as
    • long time to be compelled to think in a certain way, they
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    • everyday matter, this is secular, it belongs to the external
    • derived from the spiritual life shall no longer be viewed
    • which a person belongs to a social community. The interest
    • relatively long time cannot be accompanied thus unless we
    • those who belong to the proletariat in the true sense, that
    • significance. To these belongs, for example, the universal
    • custodians of the religious feelings of humanity for a long
    • longer be remunerated.
    • explained this. When no one is any longer recompensed for his
    • longer exist. This will produce such a modification of the
    • beginning of those years will no longer have any value. They
    • years or perhaps a somewhat longer time, will reach the zero
    • branches and impulses. He will no longer continue to be
    • other Elohim, and that he can no longer save himself from the
    • century, as I have said, Jehovah could no longer save
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture III: The Mechanistic, Eugenic and Hygienic Aspects of the Future
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    • longs to create a paradise on this physical plane. Because of
    • why it is no longer a mere economic instinct that is at work.
    • So long as I
    • potentialities belonging precisely to the Asiatic and the
    • the path leading to its goal if only the forces belonging to
    • capacity is well on its way and will not be long, relatively
    • belongs to the earth, as theistic as possible. Just here the
    • direction, but this was no longer possible in 1914. Within
    • calculation as to how long it is permissible to wait from the
    • can no longer be carried out. It is this that I beg you to
    • application in his desk drawer so long that the position in
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture IV: Social and Antisocial Instincts
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    • know anything whatever about sleep, it will be a long time
    • belonging within the Entente and the Americans think within
    • they belong to the Entente or to America. They do not need to
    • nature of man belongs among the causes of illness. Thus it
    • are longings for something of the kind, but longing for sleep
    • belonging to the bourgeois class gives rise to,.antisocial
    • They belong together. In our fifth post-Atlantean epoch one
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture V: Specters of the Old Testament in the Nationalism of the Present
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    • often resolves certain conflicts of life only after long
    • longing to have everything as comfortable as possible.
    • of the consciousness soul will continue for a long time. But
    • can no longer be determinative; they can no longer work in
    • cannot get along further with Jehovah wisdom that is adapted
    • made to continue to get along with something that has become
    • fact, with the prospect of not being able any longer to base
    • post-Atlantean epoch. Thus we shall no longer pass by one
    • certain period is no longer so disagreeable to us when a
    • longer so live that A lives there, B there, C there, but A, B
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture VI: The Innate Capacities of the Nations of the World
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    • of proletarians. Since these persons will all belong to the
    • simply because they belong to the proletariat. It would not
    • had nothing to do with matters belonging to the state
    • of the proletariat, interests belonging to the old bourgeois
    • the world, should continue to be unobserved. So long as these
    • instincts are no longer elemental in the same way. They have
    • peoples, they could no longer remain the same because they
    • reality belonging to the physical plane, may be sharply
    • criticized, even by those belonging to the British Empire
    • into the intellectual where they are no longer so elemental.
    • that it belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, becomes
    • consider himself as belonging to any one people. He must not
    • belong to the sensory physical world, and are not visible in
    • can argue for a long time over this question, one maintaining
    • revelation for a long time, even to the dawning of the sixth
    • untrue, since they are an alien element and do not belong to
    • when they belong to single peoples, or are actually
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • The days' long chorus, wafted on wings
    • I saw the spirits' fiery headlong fray,
    • Through airy spaces and this pole's long round;
    • longer held good; his description of them and of all their
    • fruits which were no longer suitable to that age is
    • the spiritual gift that we long for on Christmas night as the
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • The days' long chorus, wafted on wings
    • I saw the spirits' fiery headlong fray,
    • Through airy spaces and this pole's long round;
    • longer held good; his description of them and of all their
    • fruits which were no longer suitable to that age is
    • the spiritual gift that we long for on Christmas night as the
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • long before our Christian Era. A time which we can only
    • body. This Etheric body can now no longer be seen by man, the
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • the power of seeing clairvoyantly even so long ago as the
    • longer see behind the things of sense. Not because this was
    • himself “Let us proceed along the simplest lines of
    • long aeons of time would mankind be fit to draw nearer to
    • other Monads which belong to the soul collect together and,
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • at the age of seven, he took the music desk belonging to his
    • long time ago, when I was studying the Scientific writings of
    • skull, which he saw must have belonged to a man of the type
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    • long before our Christian Era. A time which we can only
    • body. This Etheric body can now no longer be seen by man, the
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • the power of seeing clairvoyantly even so long ago as the
    • longer see behind the things of sense. Not because this was
    • himself “Let us proceed along the simplest lines of
    • long aeons of time would mankind be fit to draw nearer to
    • other Monads which belong to the soul collect together and,
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • at the age of seven, he took the music desk belonging to his
    • long time ago, when I was studying the Scientific writings of
    • skull, which he saw must have belonged to a man of the type
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    • look away from it, we no longer perceive it. In yonder world we
    • have enough perseverance, along the path described in the book
    • meaning for man as long as he has not developed faculties of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • the 2nd part of Faust really belongs to the closing years of
    • whether our souls are capable of comprehending what belongs
    • of atomistic vibration and of energetics can no longer be
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • years as a celebrated poet, who was for long years condemned
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    • the 2nd part of Faust really belongs to the closing years of
    • whether our souls are capable of comprehending what belongs
    • of atomistic vibration and of energetics can no longer be
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • years as a celebrated poet, who was for long years condemned
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • begins. Therefore a way must be sought along which one can
    • the path along which one can remove error ever more to one
    • compared to what one no longer really is — or at least,
    • to what one no longer so utterly is as formerly. These
    • longer making use of it — as if one stood at an abyss,
    • alongside, who now perceive and feel all that man is, who lie
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
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    • begins. Therefore a way must be sought along which one can
    • the path along which one can remove error ever more to one
    • compared to what one no longer really is — or at least,
    • to what one no longer so utterly is as formerly. These
    • longer making use of it — as if one stood at an abyss,
    • alongside, who now perceive and feel all that man is, who lie
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • daily thoughts and feelings it is long forgotten. But the
    • soul's life, so long as they are unaware that man's existence
    • is tending. For the soul can no longer rest satisfied with what
    • waking life largely belongs to the present incarnation,
    • to have shorter or longer fingers, or to tread in a certain way
    • family, belonging to a certain nation and so forth. Thus we get
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
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    • daily thoughts and feelings it is long forgotten. But the
    • soul's life, so long as they are unaware that man's existence
    • is tending. For the soul can no longer rest satisfied with what
    • waking life largely belongs to the present incarnation,
    • to have shorter or longer fingers, or to tread in a certain way
    • family, belonging to a certain nation and so forth. Thus we get
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • aspect and in the long run we shall say, The soul of Friedrich
    • possible for him not to see a map for so and so long. He wanted
    • — for a long time before him, and yet not know into what
    • in our time as mechanism, mechanical civilization, belongs with
    • the other hand it may extend over long spaces of time. Thus
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • whom I spoke just now was living for so long. All this can, of
    • along the corridor, he hears the name of the convict called. It
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    • aspect and in the long run we shall say, The soul of Friedrich
    • possible for him not to see a map for so and so long. He wanted
    • — for a long time before him, and yet not know into what
    • in our time as mechanism, mechanical civilization, belongs with
    • the other hand it may extend over long spaces of time. Thus
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • whom I spoke just now was living for so long. All this can, of
    • along the corridor, he hears the name of the convict called. It
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • have a long period of time which man spends in the spiritual
    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • their gestures on us — but lead us along the paths of
    • even known for a long time past by those who have confronted
    • that men will no longer seriously believe in anything belonging
    • can no longer work effectively when they begin to know how they
    • their mystic longings.
    • the blue sky. (For her appearance made itself felt, long before
    • brotherhoods, because it went along their lines. For they said
    • must be admitted belongs to an occult brotherhood. But he is
    • was working in a town belonging to the Section of which I was
    • and Lessing as ‘mediocre minds’ and write long articles upon
    • and incisive thinker, and he confirms at this point what was long
    • Chinaman can give, now that in Europe herself they no longer
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • have a long period of time which man spends in the spiritual
    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • their gestures on us — but lead us along the paths of
    • even known for a long time past by those who have confronted
    • that men will no longer seriously believe in anything belonging
    • can no longer work effectively when they begin to know how they
    • their mystic longings.
    • the blue sky. (For her appearance made itself felt, long before
    • brotherhoods, because it went along their lines. For they said
    • must be admitted belongs to an occult brotherhood. But he is
    • was working in a town belonging to the Section of which I was
    • and Lessing as ‘mediocre minds’ and write long articles upon
    • and incisive thinker, and he confirms at this point what was long
    • Chinaman can give, now that in Europe herself they no longer
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • whether one is really doing so. Along these lines man only
    • relationships over long epochs of time. The Angels on the
    • was in the long run bound to produce materialism.
    • the Archangel Hierarchy we are no longer in a realm of which he
    • would characterise the false paths along which men are led by
    • listen to such a communication. So long as the Mysteries
    • For us, they are conventional signs. We can no longer go to
    • soul, which was a force of healing. We can no longer do this.
    • Golgotha, words no longer have the same significance. For you
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • them. In the succeeding times this power was no longer
    • say will sound very queer to anyone who thinks along the
    • times long past they used to speak of the
    • age) had long been accepted. And in real truth, Watt had the
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    • whether one is really doing so. Along these lines man only
    • relationships over long epochs of time. The Angels on the
    • was in the long run bound to produce materialism.
    • the Archangel Hierarchy we are no longer in a realm of which he
    • would characterise the false paths along which men are led by
    • listen to such a communication. So long as the Mysteries
    • For us, they are conventional signs. We can no longer go to
    • soul, which was a force of healing. We can no longer do this.
    • Golgotha, words no longer have the same significance. For you
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • them. In the succeeding times this power was no longer
    • say will sound very queer to anyone who thinks along the
    • times long past they used to speak of the
    • age) had long been accepted. And in real truth, Watt had the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • fact of his having been born, forces that do not seem to belong
    • conception of man, will belong from the present time onward
    • guided by Anthroposophy, to which we belong. As these thoughts
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    • fact of his having been born, forces that do not seem to belong
    • conception of man, will belong from the present time onward
    • guided by Anthroposophy, to which we belong. As these thoughts
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • There are many features in this legend which lead us a long way
    • and when it had culminated in the long summer days — then
    • long nights, in the season afterwards fixed by the Christmas
    • earth most completely. In the long Christmas winter night
    • midnight. The earth was then no longer a veil for the sun,
    • vision of the greatest importance: As long as the earth is
    • Full weary by a long and tiring journey,
    • And longing for a little food and drinking,
    • E'er long he nears through meadows dewy damp
    • He ponders long: What does this sign convey?
    • longer needs to reveal himself in an earthly body.”
    • Until, matured, too old to longer roam,
    • Along the path of life we walked together,
    • eldest of the Brothers living here, and belonging to the
    • Ere long the sufferers were strong and sound;
    • And brother Mark, with longing all aglow,
    • retains this image when, after long wanderings, Faust is
    • festivals, which have long ago become something external to
    • His soul is filled with longing for devotion,
    • Who haste along the paths between the trees.
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    • There are many features in this legend which lead us a long way
    • and when it had culminated in the long summer days — then
    • long nights, in the season afterwards fixed by the Christmas
    • earth most completely. In the long Christmas winter night
    • midnight. The earth was then no longer a veil for the sun,
    • vision of the greatest importance: As long as the earth is
    • Full weary by a long and tiring journey,
    • And longing for a little food and drinking,
    • E'er long he nears through meadows dewy damp
    • He ponders long: What does this sign convey?
    • longer needs to reveal himself in an earthly body.”
    • Until, matured, too old to longer roam,
    • Along the path of life we walked together,
    • eldest of the Brothers living here, and belonging to the
    • Ere long the sufferers were strong and sound;
    • And brother Mark, with longing all aglow,
    • retains this image when, after long wanderings, Faust is
    • festivals, which have long ago become something external to
    • His soul is filled with longing for devotion,
    • Who haste along the paths between the trees.
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    • so? As long as we merely speak of some personality who was, let us
    • must no longer remain abstract. The mere knowledge that man lives
    • belonging to Michael into the civilisation of humanity, began at the
    • entirely new, for they were experienced a long time ago in the
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture II
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    • although they were no longer working as Initiates, still preserved
    • and an intense longing to come into direct contact with them again.
    • long ages of time.
    • the days of Haroun al Raschid. It had long possessed a centre of
    • Counsellor continued along a path leading towards the West, watching
    • were the causes of hindrances along its path. But because in the
    • longing to receive the spiritual knowledge that is cultivated in the
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    • present Rulership of Michael — which began not very long ago
    • now no longer administer it in the cosmos but desires in future time
    • way in which it is no longer sought today is to be found when one
    • were essentially a Michael-community, belonging to the age when
    • actually the community which worked longer than any other to ensure
    • Intelligence-filled thoughts, no longer flow as Revelations from the
    • belonging to the universe into civilisation on earth. And further to
    • Intelligence is no longer drawn from the heavens but where it is
    • the Intelligence that is now no longer the Cosmic
    • earth, since it no longer flows down from the heavens. The import of
    • gathered his own around him: spiritual beings belonging to the
    • many discarnate human souls who were longing for a renewal of
    • nevertheless longing for Christianity, and those souls who had
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    • were no longer seen. In the times immediately preceding the
    • there is no consciousness any longer of repeated earthly lives.
    • properly belongs to the humanity of our day. Astral vision has sunk
    • significance and belongs, rightly, in the radiant, glowing garment of
    • so long as the human intellect remains healthy it can certainly know
    • nothing of a super-sensible world; as soon as it does, it is no longer
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    • man. Then we shall no longer say: What happened in 1914 is the result
    • belong — again you can find no clue to the problem of their
    • long time ago in the history of evolution. Here we are anxious to
    • century A.D., not long after St. Augustine,
    • spiritual Being belonging to the world of Mars.
    • brief sketch, he was brought very near to a spiritual Being belonging
    • Mars Beings prepare from out of the cosmos all that belongs to speech
    • Ignatius Loyola this retrospective vision lasted for a very long
    • retrospect of his life which continued on and on for a long time,
    • for one is near the earth so long as this retrospect lasts. Even if
    • extends at all over any long period it is quite abnormal — but
    • the founder of some undertaking we may find that he has long ago
    • rather longer intervals between the journeys than there are now, I
    • that this figure had had a long life in the time between death and a
    • Oliphant. The long life since the Ovid time, passing but once to
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    • Being, had belonged to the Sun. Before the Mystery of Golgotha had
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ Impulse belonging to the
    • Michael belongs to the Sun. Michael was Ruler in the time of
    • Archangel was Oriphiel, who belongs to Saturn. His successor, the
    • Archangel Anael, belongs to Venus. While Zachariel, the Archangel who
    • ruled civilisation in the 4th and 5th centuries, belongs to the
    • And then came the Age of Gabriel. Samael belongs to Mars, Gabriel to
    • belongs to the Sun sphere, in the seventies of the 19th century. Thus
    • Sun? On the Sun there are the souls who at that time belonged to
    • the souls who belonged to the sphere of Michael, who had lived in the
    • those who belonged to him. A great super-sensible School was founded,
    • manner described. All the discarnate souls who belonged to Michael
    • Angels, Archangels and Archai who belonged to the Michael stream, as
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    • long before then.
    • now one with the Anthroposophical Society; the two are no longer to
    • Movement will be esoteric in spirit; it will no longer seek
    • Lecture-Courses will no longer be withheld from the outside world as
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    • Fenris Wolf. Forces of old Gods no longer avail. Danger of survival
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    • distant past when man required long epochs of time for his evolution
    • Spirits of the Earth. The Folk Spirits belong to the rank of the
    • continued long after the Greek civilization had begun, and that this
    • Spirits, who, in the hierarchy of higher Beings, belong to the
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    • him as long as he lives. It is united to his physical body and only
    • fundamental tone or quality which persists over long periods of time.
    • characteristics which belong to earlier stages. Throughout the
    • belong at the present time solely to the Spirits of Form who have
    • people. The prolonged effects of this concerted action could still be
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    • longer exist. Imagine the external world as non-existent and space a
    • upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and who
    • to serve our purposes, so we, in our turn, in so far as we belong to
    • Spirits of Movement enter into the sphere belonging to the Spirits of
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    • body that normally belongs to the Old Moon epoch. And again the
    • life-periods is fundamentally an anticipation of much that belongs to
    • physical environment. In later times race was no longer associated
    • characteristics are no longer decisive factors as man moves westward
    • civilization becomes externalized; it is no longer vitalized by the
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    • describe objectively. So long as one has the slightest tendency to
    • folk characteristics which belong to a more distant epoch, in order
    • what Spiritual Science has long established and which even the
    • Moves his predestin'd course along.
    • wheel only when it is no longer working.
    • inner being of organic life. To this Hierarchy belongs, in the first
    • those Beings whom we have described as belonging to the Hierarchies
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    • us now continue along the line joining the centres or focal points
    • racial character of those races belonging to the Jupiter humanity.
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    • gradually developing, were for a long time simply under the direction
    • from West to East had long been under the guidance of Archangels when
    • on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the North of ancient
    • several peoples in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the rank
    • several peoples of Europe were for a long time still under the
    • peoples belonging to the Celtic Folk Spirit also inhabited an area
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch, long after one of the Archangels of the
    • whereas, in Asia and Africa the Archangels had long since advanced to
    • when the various elements intermingled. Thus, over a long period of
    • epoch who still directs us today. He belongs to the great leading
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    • evolution they had made great strides. Behind them lay a very long
    • which no longer showed any traces of that elementary stage in soul
    • development which still persisted for a long period of time in the
    • stage a long time before. They awoke to self-consciousness when they
    • their ego awoke, they were no longer dependent upon the ego in order
    • already shared in former times and who therefore were no longer of
    • They could attain to this vision because those who belonged to this
    • peoples belonging to the ancient Persian civilization were less
    • in them. The peoples belonging to the Persian communities awakened to
    • peoples still experienced was no longer directly experienced by the
    • than the immediate experiences of the present moment. It is no longer
    • so fresh, no longer so youthful; memory or recollection has sharper
    • an event which could no longer be grasped with the forces which the
    • Christ one needed faculties belonging to a less lofty station of the
    • in sound. He learned how to make use of it when he underwent a long
    • have a long ancestry, which he himself still sees as a working of the
    • have a long ancestry and the conceptions he thus acquires we
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    • ‘I’ within the human soul may exist for a long time
    • reached the full flowering of the subjective ‘I’ long
    • peoples developed the perception of the ‘I’ long before
    • picture. In the astral world around them they had long seen the ‘I’
    • would take too long to provide an epistemological proof of these
    • expressed in sculptural form. Greek mythology has no longer that
    • earliest impressions. The old clairvoyance which had long vanished in
    • for a long time there still existed the direct perception of the
    • Palestine where Christ was born, there existed only long-lost
    • lasted for three thousand years, when men could no longer see into
    • Nordic man, of necessity, felt this differently; for a longer period
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    • reflected in Eastern wisdom. The East, therefore, no longer
    • belonged to an integrated community. For this reason, nearly a
    • Central Europe as apparently belonging to separate tribes and yet as
    • members of an organism, and belonging to the unity of the organism.
    • was one people who, at its later stage, no longer possessed this
    • Then, turning eastward, it gradually cooled down. Long before the
    • and the union of both at a higher stage. As long as we have not
    • at the same time has remained so long in the germinal stage.
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    • long that it was still extant amongst the Southern Germanic peoples
    • Earth belongs to Riesenheim. We realize, therefore, that Nordic man
    • I have just said is a truth which has long been communicated to a
    • no longer avail. If the old forces were to persist, then the
    • essential element in the Christ-principle does not belong to the past
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    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • been taken along that golden middle road between ancient occultism
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • culture requires a sacrifice — they no longer feel that in
    • needed, for which we have had to wait a little longer — one
    • that along with material substance spiritual life is absorbed into
    • passages. You will calmly accept all the long passages necessitated
    • by the subject. Nothing is too long for us, nothing too undramatic,
    • never shrink from putting long passages which may seem tedious on the
    • catalogue of thanks for a long time. Lastly I might thank you all for
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    • vision which belongs to the very oldest endowment of wisdom of
    • and along with the sensible received the spiritual, he consciously
    • longer possessed a morality drawn from the activity of Nature within
    • morality upon men along with the forces of Nature; then the forces of
    • compact; it so transforms the astral body that it no longer develops
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
    • Christ even when He no longer walks among men in a physical body,
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    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • Spirit, and at the same time the longing to resolve it, is discharged
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • that the longing to resolve this opposition is very widely felt. It
    • longer experiences what I have so far only been able to put before
    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • the rainbow. So long as it cannot be explained it is as much a wonder
    • not been mentioned as belonging to the other two bodies. Everything
    • us and then disappears, belongs to the astral body; every habitual,
    • in the soul, belongs to the ether body. And for everything which is
    • faculties. But in this case one can no longer properly speak of a
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    • all to direct humanity along the straight line of evolution, to
    • not only those Beings who guide evolution along its line of direct
    • of spiritual leadership dominate it. So long as we cannot distinguish
    • between them, and so long as we fanatically uphold one or the other
    • longing towards the cast-off husk at the death of the Earth. This
    • Christ and those belonging to Him, but all other Beings, cease to
    • death of the Earth all those souls who belong to the Christ will in
    • perpetual longing for that star which, as the husk of the Earth,
    • longing towards the star formed of earthly dross, and not only would
    • they admire it, but longingly they would say: ‘That is our
    • the guidance of humanity, but always with this tragic longing for a
    • evolution with the perpetual longing within him for his true home,
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • which Lucifer's longings perpetually tend’.
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • from the Earth to Venus. This longing which the Greek soul recognised
    • as being Lucifer's, he also felt to belong to the substance of
    • a part of the human soul through the obliteration of the longing for
    • admittedly be a certain longing and even a certain union with what as
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    • belonging.
    • Elohim, that Jahve, belonged to the gods who could not be directly
    • with forces which still belong to the material world, will inevitably
    • evolution. To the ancient Hebrews, no longer to be permeated by the
    • In that book we come to recognise that as long as the clairvoyant, or so
    • long as human beings in general, could think of this soul as confined to
    • longer astonish you if you observe the ordinary man of today. At
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • they no longer needed to be like Cecrops, Theseus and Cadmus, in whom
    • the hierarchy to which Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto belonged there was no
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • said to himself, ‘Our Earth can no longer maintain such an
    • gone, they belong to the past. Since then this ego-consciousness has
    • belongs to the category of those Luciferic beings who labour to bring
    • there can be no jealousy. Hera belongs to those gods who further
    • its shell to belong to it, but further than this the human ego would
    • had assumed intellectual form, this later consciousness, no longer
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • reproductive instinct, which as such belongs entirely to the category
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    • but so long as he does not utter the lie so that it passes over into
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • belongs to any other world than the physical. If anyone were to
    • faculties, as belonging to any other world than that of the physical
    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • formerly belonged, denser matter than had been theirs formerly had
    • his ego is taken into account, he does not belong. No more striking
    • present Earth conditions such human forms can of course no longer
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    • easily see why this is. So long as philosophy — the ordinary
    • anything other than the things belonging to the outside world. Those
    • of common sense, but that we should take our common sense along with
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • which belong together. The younger Dionysos, who, I told you, allowed
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    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
    • his natural propensities, are carried along in the etheric stream
    • with desires, longings, sympathies and antipathies, emotions and
    • necessary for something to be instilled into what through the long
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan had been preceded by a long preparation
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
    • developed which in the long run were only able to live in these finer
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    • belong to the sub-earthly current to which I referred yesterday.
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • active. They are the creatures belonging to the bird kingdom. Our
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • they are no longer to be distinguished.
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • being no longer at his disposal. But if by means of the esotericism
    • emerged in our time because the materialistic mind is no longer aware
    • olden times, though not so very long ago, the colours of these auras
    • steps in order to get to know him in his fulness, and no longer as a
    • it may be only after a long time that spiritual revelation gives to
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • world’, along the lines of abstract science, finds himself at
    • which is still possible in childhood though no longer so in later
    • stronger and stronger, then we can perhaps make progress along one or
    • thought-out cosmology leads to something which no longer has any real
    • content. There this old atomic theory has no longer any validity
    • longer in the presence of abstract thoughts, but of cosmic thoughts,
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    • figures of his pictures. What Homer created long ages before the appearance
    • human spirit undergoes an inward deepening and is no longer able to
    • the existence of cyclic laws holding sway along the path to the spirit,
    • disloyalty at the figure who had for so long inspired them. Only in a
    • day long I had roamed over the heights of the Gotthard, through the
    • to a hoary antiquity. There is no longer any need for speculation. A
    • of Greek culture which had for long centuries been buried under ruins
    • through this inward deepening and whose souls have long lived apart
    • that had long been buried under ruins and debris. We see in Rome with
    • days of yore into our own time, we may well be aware of a longing to tread
    • the outer work and that those ofttimes repaired frescoes can no longer
    • We realize that at some future time men will no longer be able to gaze
    • higher spiritual faculties, we are no longer able to enter fully into
    • exist no longer; yet in spite of this Homer speaks to us through his
    • time must come when Raphael's work will have long since faded and passed
    • really wished to say: “Men will always long to understand Raphael,
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    • figures of his pictures. What Homer created long ages before the appearance
    • human spirit undergoes an inward deepening and is no longer able to
    • the existence of cyclic laws holding sway along the path to the spirit,
    • disloyalty at the figure who had for so long inspired them. Only in a
    • day long I had roamed over the heights of the Gotthard, through the
    • to a hoary antiquity. There is no longer any need for speculation. A
    • of Greek culture which had for long centuries been buried under ruins
    • through this inward deepening and whose souls have long lived apart
    • that had long been buried under ruins and debris. We see in Rome with
    • days of yore into our own time, we may well be aware of a longing to tread
    • the outer work and that those ofttimes repaired frescoes can no longer
    • We realize that at some future time men will no longer be able to gaze
    • higher spiritual faculties, we are no longer able to enter fully into
    • exist no longer; yet in spite of this Homer speaks to us through his
    • time must come when Raphael's work will have long since faded and passed
    • really wished to say: “Men will always long to understand Raphael,
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    • for a long time.
    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • no longer admit, for philologists have already entirely forgotten the
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    • for a long time.
    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • no longer admit, for philologists have already entirely forgotten the
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • belong to the human kingdom; how the whole way through the Iliad he
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • Agamemnon belonged. Thus he considers that there is a certain uniformity
    • us that in Brunnhilde is meant something which belongs directly to the
    • — belongs to the whole; and because this ending is there, the
    • was not separated into imagination and intellect; we ought no longer
    • one belonging to the ancient humanity who lived in a time which lies
    • longer see by means of our physical body, we no longer hear through
    • our physical body, we no longer think by means of the brain connected
    • be belong in a certain measure to the earthly element. In this way we
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • of the forces of the earth, and from that which does not belong to the
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
    • in the forces of the Sampo, in the forces of the etheric body. As long
    • as the culture depends upon the forces of the Sampo, so long does the
    • preceded this conclusion belongs to pre-Christian times. But as truly
    • means something which belongs to that part of the human being which
    • tears of bitter longing and suffering wove its strings.”
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • belong to the human kingdom; how the whole way through the Iliad he
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • Agamemnon belonged. Thus he considers that there is a certain uniformity
    • us that in Brunnhilde is meant something which belongs directly to the
    • — belongs to the whole; and because this ending is there, the
    • was not separated into imagination and intellect; we ought no longer
    • one belonging to the ancient humanity who lived in a time which lies
    • longer see by means of our physical body, we no longer hear through
    • our physical body, we no longer think by means of the brain connected
    • be belong in a certain measure to the earthly element. In this way we
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • of the forces of the earth, and from that which does not belong to the
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
    • in the forces of the Sampo, in the forces of the etheric body. As long
    • as the culture depends upon the forces of the Sampo, so long does the
    • preceded this conclusion belongs to pre-Christian times. But as truly
    • means something which belongs to that part of the human being which
    • tears of bitter longing and suffering wove its strings.”
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    • the flea that it belonged to a collar-bone, still less that it was
    • our head belonged only to the Earth, especially in winter-time, our
    • into the picture. Then we should have to do no longer with the
    • just been describing no longer holds good to-day, for in a certain
    • Hence the new-born infant did not at first belong to the Earth at
    • longer had the right to destroy it. It would then have to remain an
    • the human head belongs.
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    • outer nature these hopes are shattered, but the Ahrimanic beings long
    • longer be able to breathe. The Luciferic beings would draw up all
    • threatening Ahrimanic influence belongs to the inner being of the
    • Raphael with the staff of Mercury and all that belongs to it. In
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    • come to the time of sprouting, springing life, we can no longer speak
    • feel a deep longing to
    • longer sundered from the world around him, but placed within it,
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    • something like a fiery serpent, a serpent of shining fire, no longer
    • longer wait; another, a shorter one.
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    • sublime spiritual life, developing along particular
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    • living for a long time in an unusual state of
    • seemed to the Apostles as if they had been living for a long
    • experience of things belonging to the world of pure
    • certain form of cosmic-spiritual life belonging to the
    • truth, an experience that crystallised out of the long sleep.
    • Beings belonged together: the Risen One and He with whom, a
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    • the Christ Being did not belong to the earthly sphere. From
    • people to which he belonged was conferred upon him. In the
    • had belonged to the souls of the ancient Sun-Heroes. The
    • spirit and can no longer suffer because he has laid aside the
    • which He had made Himself one, the Christ Being could no longer
    • the Christ Being no longer spoke from the frail body of Jesus
    • Being, no longer stood in astonishment around Him but stood
    • progress along their path of evolution and of culture.
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    • longer; but what still speaks” ... and many of the
    • of the Fifth Gospel something that does not actually belong to
    • ancient Hebrew teachers would speak no longer in the stream of
    • him the following: “I no longer reach to those heights
    • seemed to be declaring to him that it could no longer continue
    • the ancient revelations, that it was no longer capable of
    • no longer the capacity to scale the heights of the Divine
    • long ago forsaken this place of worship. And Jesus heard the
    • Everything belonged to all the Essenes in common; no individual
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    • the amalgamation of the two families had for long years been
    • men would have listened to them but there are no longer any
    • revelation of ancient Judaism is no longer suitable for the
    • could no longer assimilate. And then he made the second
    • revived, there are no longer any to respond. Those things are
    • men are no longer able to live in communion with the Mysteries,
    • before His twelfth year. He felt no longer any connection with
    • were no longer any ears to hear the voices of the old prophets.
    • that they had no longer any ears capable of listening to the
    • had more and more to become one with it. And the longer His
    • a long time that the teaching I give is tainted by every kind
    • mystery of the two Jesus children — which also belongs to
    • in daemons; one cannot any longer expect people to believe in
    • clothes belong to this particular man. A little later, such a
    • he comes out in the clothes belonging to the other. And now
    • minutely and I know that they belong to so-and-so who is a
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    • already a considerable number of souls belonging to us, who have gone
    • physical world belongs already to the spiritual world. For those who
    • can no longer be connected in the external realm of manifestation,
    • aroused furious anger in us, and if when we are old we no longer grow
    • which have developed over the longest period, which were prepared by
    • it more perfect than other organs, for it has needed longer for its
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • us, or at least belongs to the most spiritual, for the organs are
    • strength is no longer used upon the physical organ. We are there more
    • ethereal hearts belong, are not so perfect as those which serve
    • call Wisdom a virtue, which belongs to man as a spiritual being,
    • physical plane we do not yet have the attitude which belongs to our
    • life we lose these forces. They no longer appear. There is nothing
    • uprightness as children is no longer done by us in later life.
    • belonged to the divine world, they would cast over to Lucifer through
    • brotherhood with those as well who no longer bear a physical body
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • already a considerable number of souls belonging to us, who have gone
    • physical world belongs already to the spiritual world. For those who
    • can no longer be connected in the external realm of manifestation,
    • aroused furious anger in us, and if when we are old we no longer grow
    • which have developed over the longest period, which were prepared by
    • it more perfect than other organs, for it has needed longer for its
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • us, or at least belongs to the most spiritual, for the organs are
    • strength is no longer used upon the physical organ. We are there more
    • ethereal hearts belong, are not so perfect as those which serve
    • call Wisdom a virtue, which belongs to man as a spiritual being,
    • physical plane we do not yet have the attitude which belongs to our
    • life we lose these forces. They no longer appear. There is nothing
    • uprightness as children is no longer done by us in later life.
    • belonged to the divine world, they would cast over to Lucifer through
    • brotherhood with those as well who no longer bear a physical body
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • investigation alongside the deferential attention paid as
    • something philistine and unspiritual, can no longer be regarded
    • evolution. In the long run the views on diet of a man who had
    • along with that, a preliminary contribution towards the
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    • quite different. I mean the function it long ago assumed
    • comprehending realities. Within science, it is no longer
    • if it endures long enough, exerts an influence right down to
    • thinking and freedom that I have described. It is no longer
    • scientific education, can we penetrate further along the path
    • Yet, although many souls already unconsciously long for it, the
    • no longer realize how much of what has emerged historically in
    • experience all this from a certain elevation, we no longer know
    • say was accepted as knowledge. Nowadays, this no longer suits
    • processes and needs, so that the human body no longer
    • if one no longer suited to our age.
    • thought for longish periods. We perform, in the realm of the
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • space. For vital thinking, space is no longer an aimless
    • nature.” So long as our vital thinking does not pass on
    • clairvoyant arts, which belong to the past. With it, we can
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    • — and in this respect psychology has a long history
    • acquired via the body. It all belongs to a sphere which, at
    • one person years, another not so long; but each can note, as he
    • himself, out of his innermost longings, directs his steps and
    • longings of the soul, we must follow it back. And when we do
    • prepared the longings that appear in the present and
    • that, albeit entirely unconsciously, the longing for such a
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    • carry us a long way, yet to the unprejudiced observer
    • world, which we no longer perceive when we go away from it. In
    • dwell continuously over a long period on the same concepts from
    • two were felt as a unity, and thought flowed along on the waves
    • science, for example, that was produced in Greece no longer
    • space and time. It belongs to eternity; admittedly, it is
    • of religion, art and science; what really belongs to our moment
    • what was Goethe's great longing when, with what I would call
    • him a longing that can only be understood historically: the
    • entirely characteristic of the longing that instinctively
    • longing to combine art and science, to combine Western
    • expresses a longing, the longing to look at art and science
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    • respect we ourselves belong in many ways to the West. Here, we
    • This harmony is possible; though no longer consonant with our
    • this stage, we need no longer be frightened even by
    • arise social longings and also social conflicts. Anyone who has
    • I was for some long time a teacher in Socialist circles. My
    • ideas and concepts, unconscious longings too, a word that we
    • outlook diametrically opposed to that which long ruled the
    • Life is suffering, we long for redemption. Western men, in
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    • and has been for a long time. We can say that the opinions of
    • individual, whatever realm of nature it may belong to, as
    • it gets the right temper precisely through the fact that, along
    • understood this aspect of man, people will no longer accuse us
    • to apprehending them. There is a longing to follow up certain
    • — the thoughts that lie along these lines will develop
    • more and belong to the world. And finally, everyone can
    • ideals, are buried alongside what was the material substance of
    • space.” This is true, so long as we are standing on the
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    • form no longer appropriate to the present time, in earlier
    • a tremendously long way towards developing their intercourse,
    • so long as they do not realize that the naive experience that
    • solidify within us along lines which eventually result in this
    • to puberty — in which it is called upon no longer to
    • incredibly long way. What we have achieved there, we, the men
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    • consequences of something that has long been brewing —
    • which has set the tone in certain respects for so long in
    • belongs to one of these systems. And he regards his personal
    • that its origin is only dimly visible. What originated long ago
    • Oriental society had already developed. No longer was a
    • longed to achieve their outlook in his own experience. The
    • other cultural currents, evolve along their own lines, until
    • commerce really develops alongside the legal element. For
    • are longing to begin to permeate economic life with the vital
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    • a man, moreover, who belonged to a period for which such an
    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • civilization, one to which many Europeans, even, long to
    • is no longer overcome by fear when he has to go outside himself
    • the Middle Ages and even survived here for a long period. The
    • appearance along with technology, on the other hand, impinges
    • trivial no longer when it provides the motive power for
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    • a long time, the view has been widespread that the man who is a
    • really like there. In short, there have long been efforts to
    • a long time now there have been laudable attempts to establish
    • the masses. People long, more or less unconsciously, for
    • there exists today a certain longing to regard man as a being
    • his work on to himself. Everywhere he longs to attain an
    • property and does not belong to our human personality, but
    • the appropriate social structures. How long this will take
    • not to calculate how long it may take for men to reach these
    • the man whose intellect has not been taught to run along a few
    • circumstances have led him, and on the church he belongs
    • philosophy of life, then the Oriental will no longer look down
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    • would no longer be felt by many people to be oppressive, as
    • alongside the prejudices, feelings and impulses of class
    • arisen in the recent development of civilized man, alongside
    • alongside the constructive ones. Yet at the point where these
    • was no longer possible to attain clarity about the real
    • — but as a social being, alongside other men — so
    • first-rate things. I am convinced that, so long as they are
    • authorities who were no longer administering them properly. You
    • and gradually to allocate to each field what belongs to it, so
    • the fact that, after all, every individual belongs to all three
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    • for the transformation of the present age, belongs an ever wider and
    • fluidity found therein. You would inwardly experience yourself, along with
    • perceive what might be perceived along the path of the nerves and of the
    • arise; and that which is conducted along the path of the nerves is also
    • that a man appeared, who was in the position not merely to follow along
    • It is in this way those forms arise which belong to the old clairvoyance.
    • pass when the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body. Sleeping
    • sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These longings increase
    • his physical body. The longing for one's physical body becomes ever
    • greater and greater in the state of sleep. And because longing fills
    • in this people. They were seized by such longing, filled with such love,
    • with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was because of
    • recognised to-day, because people can no longer understand what they
    • is not recognized today, because people can no longer understand what
    • that portion of mankind to which our body belongs. Both are stages of
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his physical
    • When man no longer finds
    • inward enjoyments along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • clairvoyance, we no longer grasp a part of human nature, but
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    • for the transformation of the present age, belongs an ever wider and
    • fluidity found therein. You would inwardly experience yourself, along with
    • perceive what might be perceived along the path of the nerves and of the
    • arise; and that which is conducted along the path of the nerves is also
    • that a man appeared, who was in the position not merely to follow along
    • It is in this way those forms arise which belong to the old clairvoyance.
    • pass when the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body. Sleeping
    • sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These longings increase
    • his physical body. The longing for one's physical body becomes ever
    • greater and greater in the state of sleep. And because longing fills
    • in this people. They were seized by such longing, filled with such love,
    • with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was because of
    • recognised to-day, because people can no longer understand what they
    • is not recognized today, because people can no longer understand what
    • that portion of mankind to which our body belongs. Both are stages of
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his physical
    • When man no longer finds
    • inward enjoyments along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • clairvoyance, we no longer grasp a part of human nature, but
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    • transformation of the present age belongs an ever wider and more
    • inwardly experience yourself, along with the activity of blood and
    • But we cannot perceive what else might have been perceived along
    • is conducted along the path of the nerves is also reflected and
    • appeared who was in a position not merely to follow along the path
    • arose that belong to the old clairvoyance. For what is reflected
    • the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing for
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body.
    • begins to sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These
    • longings increase until a climax is reached when he is forced back
    • more and more towards his physical body. The longing for ones
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • longing, filled with such love, that they remained united even in
    • sleep with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was
    • can no longer understand what they read of pythic and prophetic
    • body belongs. The earlier forms are stages of development which
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his
    • When man no longer finds inward
    • enjoyment along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • In this spiritual scientific clairvoyance, we no longer grasp only a
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    • transformation of the present age belongs an ever wider and more
    • inwardly experience yourself, along with the activity of blood and
    • But we cannot perceive what else might have been perceived along
    • is conducted along the path of the nerves is also reflected and
    • appeared who was in a position not merely to follow along the path
    • arose that belong to the old clairvoyance. For what is reflected
    • the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing for
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body.
    • begins to sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These
    • longings increase until a climax is reached when he is forced back
    • more and more towards his physical body. The longing for ones
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • longing, filled with such love, that they remained united even in
    • sleep with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was
    • can no longer understand what they read of pythic and prophetic
    • body belongs. The earlier forms are stages of development which
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his
    • When man no longer finds inward
    • enjoyment along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • In this spiritual scientific clairvoyance, we no longer grasp only a
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • with matter. And the blind alley into which one may stray along
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer bear this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • Saint Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • with matter. And the blind alley into which one may stray along
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer bear this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • Saint Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
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    • future that he has closed his ears too long to what was
    • long as this is not the case, people in this realm will be
    • will realize that some self-knowledge also belongs in these
    • man of today can no longer estimate. They labored willingly.
    • offering—and no longer self-interest—so that what
    • there. Then one will have to wait a long time, and what must
    • long as governments are continually just and continually
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    • future that he has closed his ears too long to what was
    • long as this is not the case, people in this realm will be
    • will realize that some self-knowledge also belongs in these
    • man of today can no longer estimate. They labored willingly.
    • offering—and no longer self-interest—so that what
    • there. Then one will have to wait a long time, and what must
    • long as governments are continually just and continually
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    • development which, some of us for a long time already, and some
    • longing of our movement to build its own sanctuary arose
    • form and works of art. We no longer see the soul's urge to
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • of life no longer filled with its own true inwardness. We enter
    • many a church building whose pillars we no longer understand
    • elementary power has vanished. Here we go along colonnades
    • was not a long way from this to the path which led to the
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • signs of longings.
    • longings which could actually be satisfied within them if they
    • times. What longings are voiced in words like these of a simple
    • us go out to meet the longings, and find the way to those whose
    • Vision,” in which we see longing, inclining towards the
    • Their longings get no farther. But these longings are sometimes
    • everywhere we should see that there are longings to be
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    • development which, some of us for a long time already, and some
    • longing of our movement to build its own sanctuary arose
    • form and works of art. We no longer see the soul's urge to
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • of life no longer filled with its own true inwardness. We enter
    • many a church building whose pillars we no longer understand
    • elementary power has vanished. Here we go along colonnades
    • was not a long way from this to the path which led to the
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • signs of longings.
    • longings which could actually be satisfied within them if they
    • times. What longings are voiced in words like these of a simple
    • us go out to meet the longings, and find the way to those whose
    • Vision,” in which we see longing, inclining towards the
    • Their longings get no farther. But these longings are sometimes
    • everywhere we should see that there are longings to be
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    • addresses published here do not belong in a narrow sense to
    • books which are open to all the world, and secondly a long
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    • says: ‘For a long time, although from a distance, I have
    • longing to see the figure of Jesus in their immediate presence, as
    • Now one might believe that in these things Goethe belonged
    • Disciples, just as if they belonged to the company.’ —
    • being comes along to them — the Green Snake, who crawls in
    • to satisfy his longing for the Beautiful Lily, but we see that she
    • also feels a longing: she feels herself cut off from all living
    • calm his longing by embracing the Lily and thereby he is killed.
    • To this period belongs the production of a work, the fruit
    • necessity of reason is no longer felt as compelling, then a man
    • fruitful, because he has so much that belongs to all time in his
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    • on those men whom one reckons as belonging to primitive races in the
    • but only a wisdom and truth belonging to a given stage of evolution.
    • the world around him. Goethe stood completely and all his life long,
    • you know that this belongs to Wundt's system of philosophy, which
    • Goethe belongs to those people who reject the principle most
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • things to the feelings has no longer any say, to the Personal, or to
    • recognize the essence along these lines. But for the man who says to
    • from the three Kings separately, so that they are no longer
    • on the contrary, rules over them. Man is ruled by them as long as
    • they flow chaotically and intermingled in him, as long as they are
    • no longer the subject of Chaos, but on the contrary himself controls
    • Brazen King; Concepts and Feelings no longer govern him, for he
    • The moment his soul-powers are no longer chaotic, but are purified,
    • longing for these creative forces is the longing for the Beautiful
    • lower soul-power than in clear consciousness, belongs to this second
    • ‘And so long thou hast not this, Death and Birth!
    • the essence of things, when you no longer live in the illusion that,
    • longer regards things by means of thought, but is directed into the
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    • barely one year longer — in that he should have
    • longing lying deep in his soul and inner life which had become
    • a world which had long become rooted within him. A world of which
    • these different writers no longer really understood the
    • say to himself, I have had one moment when my longing after the
    • soul so long before. From this point of view we cannot look too
    • belongs to the whole earth — just as each human soul and
    • traditions of Faust no longer distinguished properly between the
    • the sixteenth century there was no longer a clear idea of these
    • forms. Men no longer knew how to distinguish between Lucifer and
    • the spiritual world Goethe at that time did not know. He was a long
    • longer the same Goethe who was full of an abstract longing, but is
    • existence step by step along the road by which he hopes to discover
    • people an abstract longing will lead to
    • until after long years the seed grows, are unable to see the way
    • that comprehensive survey which bids him no longer abide with his
    • inner forces, even if that means waiting a very long time!’
    • waited so long that the friends who had taken such a vivid interest
    • No longer did it matter to those who in youth had felt with
    • The ‘Helena scene’ also belongs to the first
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    • belongs to those powers of the spiritual world which inspired the
    •  Enjoy what long ere this was dissipated!
    • truly initiated. The things ‘long ere this
    • long ere this was dissipated’ does exist — into
    • arising from it, any longer exist. This is apparently to say
    • Helena, from the realm of things ‘long ere this
    • life, is able to experience harmony with what is ‘long ere
    • ‘Euphorion’ put in traits which belong to Byron, whom
    • believe that anything of this world could still belong to his
    • emerges which belongs to the experiences of the Way of
    • Initiation. Along the Way of Initiation there is a secret
    • long, self-denying path into the spiritual world, egoism must
    • Now Faust's soul belongs to that world over which Care and
    • for a long time yet be far from an understanding of Goethe's
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    • How has it come about through the long course of evolution?’
    • let us jump a long way back in human evolution, and consider
    • no longer so conscious of the fact. For an ancient Oriental
    • long time such a thing has not been necessary, and if to-day
    • For there is a subtle relation to a thing belonging so
    • an extreme longing to bring everything into rhythm; for in this
    • to-day, — temporal memory, when we no longer have
    • a point in space to which memory attaches, nor are any longer
    • longer needing to make use of semi-conscious or unconscious
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    • lives in the whole planetary system belonging to the Earth.
    • waking-dreaming, dreaming-waking. As long as he went about with
    • that such conquest was willed of the Gods. The longing for
    • slaves and the longing for unconsciousness was quenched in his
    • Initiates they learned to know, no longer the grey-green
    • the Greek we find, not a longing for a reflective
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    • the man of long past times was different in the whole
    • physical bears within it, along with the etheric body, a much
    • in the Epic — there lived a man who belonged to the conquering
    • etheric, so that Gilgamesh was one of those who began no longer
    • along with this condition of soul, where the Ego has drawn down
    • him habits belonging to the past; and especially the habit of
    • have to do with one who had remained comparatively long in
    • an intensely strong part in his life. His whole longing was set
    • on Earth as Spiritual Beings, had long ago withdrawn and
    • good deal of contention as to whether it should belong to
    • changed form, as must of necessity be the case after so long a
    • travelled along the Danube, following the river on its northern
    • what we call earthly. Men felt they belonged to the Earth. They
    • the following effect. The pupil no longer merely looked out
    • intense capacity for feeling and experiencing all that belongs
  • 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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    • himself as member of the whole Cosmos, as belonging to the
    • from the human being, it is no longer a finger, it begins to
    • consciousness of belonging to the whole Cosmos.
    • remained on for a long time. This was the case with the
    • for a long time. They were still there at the time of the
    • yourselves have held for a long time; you know this quite well.
    • man has the air-rhythms when he speaks. But along with his
    • Gilgamesh to you, you must think of him — as long as he
    • experience of how the Ether does not really belong to the
    • Alexander. It was a teaching that belonged entirely to inner
    • — that is no longer experienced.
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    • of Earth existence. But as long as I bore the plants within me,
    • and the plant-world with it, so long was this whole plant-world
    • but phantoms none the less; no longer the Divine Beings, no
    • longer the Realities, but phantoms. And so the Greek had a
    • wholly different experience from the man who belonged to the
    • experiences, no longer the experiences themselves.
    • Moon; no longer a living connection with what actually took
    • remained longest. The Mysteries of Hibernia still existed,
    • albeit they continued longest in their original purity.
    • the lower world, when human consciousness could no longer
    • Nevertheless, as long as Greek culture and civilisation lasted,
    • you must imagine how the knowledge that belonged to the ancient
    • return. Its monumental document, with all that belonged to it,
    • was no longer there. It existed only as a historical mission in
    • and studied for a long time to come. What Alexander began in
    • can look South, as we go back along the stream of evolution; we
    • no longer needed to wait for the constellations of the stars or
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • like an irresistible longing after the old world, and evinces a
    • no longer the force of knowledge. And what is more, he belongs
    • to a world where men are no longer able to grasp in their soul
    • condition of ripeness and no longer to observe seasons and
    • longing of man to partake, even in that late age, in the
    • personal life. With the man who belonged, for instance, to the
    • of modern times. Here there is no longer a memory of the cosmic
    • abstractions. We have reached a time when mankind has no longer
    • The Earth is no longer Asia, the lowest of the Heavens, the
    • the spirit, is no longer perceived by man, it is merely handed
    • much of medieval thought and insight. Long ago, through the
    • in the 19th century, when men could no longer understand
    • about that men no longer receive anything from Aristotle
    • because he no longer lives and works in them. Until the 19th
    • them, because it was no longer the custom to set any store by
    • long as the genuine Aristotle was still there, it was training,
    • have died away; to-day they are gone, they are no longer to be
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • kingdoms of Nature. In modern times however there is no longer
    • lived, who belonged to medieval times, — to the 9th,
    • albumen is no longer subject to the Earth. So long as the
    • cohesion, so long is it subject to the forces that work from
    • with as a substance present in the physical Earth. So long as
    • When we follow up the matter, we find that long ago at a
    • place long ago in the macrocosm.
    • in Nature and her processes. Once, long ago, science was
    • two things that belong to one another: the ego-organisation,
    • them, then it must no longer simply spread in this way; then
    • mineral of external Nature. So long as we are alive on the
    • Earth, and have the mineral enclosed in our skin, so long does
    • water inside me is no longer the same as the water outside. It
    • drink becomes in me living fluid and is no longer the inorganic
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • form that belongs to a more modern age — how the Wisdom
    • keep the form which belongs to its own being. Your physical
    • To Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones belongs the form and figure
    • physical body of yours belong. The Earth can destroy it, but
    • substance of a prolonged instruction given by that master in
    • of ours. Now it is true that for a long time after man has
    • belong to the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. In so far as you
    • belong to the Spirits whom we designated as those of the second
    • you live and move in the fluid element, you belong not to the
    • the airy element, you belong not to the Earth but to the
    • measure, he no longer felt that he belonged to the Earth. He
    • of the later centuries. It is no longer present in our
    • longing arises in our hearts. From out of the spiritual
    • third of the nineteenth century, is born a longing to speak to
    • their way, a way that is no longer fully understood by mankind
    • renewed. It is no longer standing. The same call can, however,
    • longer there. Let us carry over the soul of the
    • as long as we are able, we will hold to it with our will,
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    • civilisation were to remain long enough under the sway of what
    • has for so long been cultivated, but real life does not allow
    • can be observed, one is accompanied by a human being belonging
    • you may not enter the world of the Gods as long as you hold
    • saying that it is no longer possible to-day for bridges to be
    • individual who becomes a doctor to-day really longs for
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    • that many people do not know that their soul-longing is for
    • People today long for real knowledge-concepts about the
    • belonging to this reality.
    • longer present, though it once was, but whereby he depicts
    • in the human life, but is no longer present, so we now learn
    • the memory-tableau it would be rather his longing to be in
    • etheric world along with himself, then he can rise to another
    • different. And if one succeeds, again through long
    • practice — but these exercises can be done along
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • earth-life. As long as he was still beholding the life-tableau,
    • long it was before the Copernican world-view was
    • may declaim as long as they please about the need to be logical
    • also when, after years of longing, he reached Italy and
    • which knows that a longing for the unveiling of the
    • is to a certain extent — can no longer be satisfied with
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    • that many people do not know that their soul-longing is for
    • People today long for real knowledge-concepts about the
    • belonging to this reality.
    • longer present, though it once was, but whereby he depicts
    • in the human life, but is no longer present, so we now learn
    • the memory-tableau it would be rather his longing to be in
    • etheric world along with himself, then he can rise to another
    • different. And if one succeeds, again through long
    • practice — but these exercises can be done along
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • earth-life. As long as he was still beholding the life-tableau,
    • long it was before the Copernican world-view was
    • may declaim as long as they please about the need to be logical
    • also when, after years of longing, he reached Italy and
    • which knows that a longing for the unveiling of the
    • is to a certain extent — can no longer be satisfied with
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    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • feeling, of belonging to the entire earthly humanity, for it
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the external
    • and when that which to-day is Nature no longer exists, then another
    • dream-ideal will no longer be there, it will have been
    • longer the case! Not through the Mystery of Golgotha, for that was
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
    • the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer permeates it. Hence,
    • that Spiritualism can develop alongside it, for in Augusts Comte
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    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • feeling, of belonging to the entire earthly humanity, for it
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the external
    • and when that which to-day is Nature no longer exists, then another
    • dream-ideal will no longer be there, it will have been
    • longer the case! Not through the Mystery of Golgotha, for that was
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
    • the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer permeates it. Hence,
    • that Spiritualism can develop alongside it, for in Augusts Comte
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    • belong to this world, this budding and sprouting world, we
    • begin to disintegrate. As long as there is budding and
    • along by what is received through anthroposophical concepts
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • the mysterious laws of nature. Today there is no longer any
    • people are no longer aware that they are sinning against the
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    • belong to this world, this budding and sprouting world, we
    • begin to disintegrate. As long as there is budding and
    • along by what is received through anthroposophical concepts
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • the mysterious laws of nature. Today there is no longer any
    • people are no longer aware that they are sinning against the
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    • something which you have all known fundamentally for a long
    • experience of three worlds. In reality, we already belong to
    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • formative forces, belong to suite another world from that of
    • formative forces of everything belonging to our heart,
    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • breast-clairvoyance — develops along with
    • when for a long, long time he has taken the trouble to
    • aware of this general experience for a long time, and has
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • free in this manner, our thoughts have no longer the
    • thought is no longer in our power; we put it out, like a
    • stretch it into the spiritual world, we no longer experience
    • to resist any longer, but to have the courage to accept
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    • something which you have all known fundamentally for a long
    • experience of three worlds. In reality, we already belong to
    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • formative forces, belong to suite another world from that of
    • formative forces of everything belonging to our heart,
    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • breast-clairvoyance — develops along with
    • when for a long, long time he has taken the trouble to
    • aware of this general experience for a long time, and has
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • free in this manner, our thoughts have no longer the
    • thought is no longer in our power; we put it out, like a
    • stretch it into the spiritual world, we no longer experience
    • to resist any longer, but to have the courage to accept
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    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • something that is incorrect, he will no longer say: “I
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • longer taste good to those who have received anthroposophical
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
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    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • something that is incorrect, he will no longer say: “I
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • longer taste good to those who have received anthroposophical
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • be suffered for an even longer period of time by young people
    • awaken a longing in him whenever he had heard about them.
    • for which he longed.
    • somewhat the appearance of a priest, but who wore his long
    • the earth, belongs among the finest descriptions of occult
    • Herder to all that belongs to the life of nature and history,
    • this. And thus, a profound longing to perceive “every working
    • along with all that he otherwise experienced there.
    • endless illness” dragged along their weary way. Even in later
    • longed. Someone takes a walk in the forest; he then returns
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • entered into situations that he had longed for and cherished
    • of Schiller belong among mankind's most cultivated
    • speaking about him, for many this Goethe period belongs to the
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture II
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    • principle altogether. Certain uncivilized people belonging to
    • as it were. He sustained himself as long as possible only by
    • he lived to an advanced age. What enabled him to live so long?
    • after this illness, he no longer had that closely knit
    • etheric body is no longer so intimately united with the
    • physical body, however, it no longer thrusts its forces into
    • So long as we merely consider the external biographical facts
    • sixties in Leipzig, but its force had been prepared long before
    • Long afterward he related how he then encountered himself,
    • Aeschylus no longer exist. Poets lived in Greek times whose
    • names are not even known any longer. Are not the times past
    • ninety-one. His relatives had had to wait so long for their
    • feeble-minded and could no longer manage his property. He had
    • it will cause one who beholds it to linger long in an attitude of
    • longer possible. He needed something like a damper, a partial
    • woven together that belong to the present incarnation and also
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    • does not belong to the head but to other parts of his
    • that belong to the ganglionic system [autonomic nervous
    • man has passed through longer or shorter stages beginning with
    • world. It is a member of it and belongs to it. If, therefore,
    • on horses and the Frankfurt ape, along with much else because
    • When, therefore, the dog, for example, has long been treated
    • see, not only the phenomenon, but also its explanation has long
    • worked for a long time in his physiological laboratory
    • qualities that, along with instinctive behavior, have been
    • only when we are no longer limited to the idea that wisdom has
    • into consideration, you will no longer find incomprehensible
    • Along
    • Faustian life within them so that they no longer possessed it.
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    • fact that each person belonged to a certain class into which he
    • of man's freedom much that at present belongs there. To be
    • life. In our times, this is no longer the case for much of
    • contemporary and what existed not too long ago. What has
    • increases in this sphere. So long as the elemental spirit that
    • sufficed to some extent. Today they are no longer sufficient,
    • sense, so long as what arose from human work bore the aura of
    • longer be produced with special and absolutely necessary
    • the fact that individuals can no longer unite their emotions
    • future it will no longer be possible for people to bestow the
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    • as it has developed. To be sure, it is no longer supposed that
    • concerned, the matter is long forgotten; but what is forgotten
    • longer in dispute, but because people who cannot understand
    • consciously during our waking life belongs largely to the
    • of forces and the human being insofar as his life flows along
    • our life — this belongs to another field — but throughout our
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    • sure, the boys learned to get along in Latin and later in the
    • seen a map until they were fairly well along in years. Many
    • of mechanism, as a mechanistic culture, belongs absolutely and
    • may be extended over a longer period of time. Indeed, life
    • longer had any use for this man, a person not only diligent but
    • also get along with this actress?” “Oh, if that's all that's
    • get along with her. Can you tell me what she likes to eat?”
    • am speaking is no longer alive — he produced a very
    • previously described. For a number of years he belonged to the
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    • time of birth, a longer period of time stretches out before us
    • believes along with others that he would be impelled to enter
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • no longer impress gestures on us, but guide us on the way to a
    • something felt and to a certain extent known for a long time
    • carried so far that no one will any longer believe in anything
    • belonging to another, a super-sensible, world. It will be said
    • especially by those who belong to the occult brotherhoods I
    • work. He can no longer exert an influence when people begin to
    • satisfaction of certain mystical longings are easily
    • shall naturally not do — when she was born, how long she has
    • produced along with such expressions as “unfathomable,” and
    • who belongs to an occult brotherhood, and pointed out the
    • also belongs among the various things that stupefy people. Much
    • Society worked in a city belonging to the section of which I
    • best along with sandwiches. “But the lectures (and she said
    • has most recently done, and to write long articles about the
    • since Europeans no longer know what to do?
    • movement to grasp the inner impulse of the soul and not belong
    • vocation, then this also belongs to the discussion.
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    • himself through his accomplishments, he no longer felt entirely
    • have here as long as I am compelled to obtain the support of my
    • general community is not customary. As long as I am able to
    • lessons. I have a far greater longing for more free time than
    • some princes behave in the long run, and he had experienced the
    • after fifty years such families may no longer exist.
    • see the horrible thing that this city was, and it no longer
    • longer exists. The certainty of this, and it seemed certain to
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    • human relationships over long stretches of time. Then, if we
    • to hear it. As long as the mysteries existed in the ancient
    • seriously even by those who belong to so-called occult
    • along with others we have already mentioned, we must say that,
    • have conventional signs. We can no longer go to the human being
    • longer be done today; words have lost their ancient suggestive
    • Mystery of Golgotha, words no longer possess this significance;
    • described. In later times this power was no longer present. But
    • the world had long been held, which I have characterized as
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    • in time and space belongs to the realm of maya, the great
    • illusion; that is, it does not belong to the real and eternal,
    • significant contradiction that the Mystery of Golgotha belongs
    • were no longer able to look up to the spiritual world as they
    • superficial contemporary science, that those belonging to them
    • ancestor appeared belonged together in a single ancestral cult.
    • on earth, the memory of his etheric body continued for a long
    • particularly with those belonging to the hierarchy of the
    • far that they now no longer prayed to archai, archangels, or
    • but when we are most of all aware that the Christ belongs to
    • world of the senses; then he stands before us as belonging to
    • higher spirits no longer belonging to the earthly or even
    • from one another fall away, and something belonging to all men
    • only possible so long as the human being had not developed his
    • Golgotha. Then it no longer sufficed merely to place in the
    • we belong to the earth. The deeper understanding of the Christ
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • life. Let us suppose that in his last life he belonged to a
    • belong to this nation in his physical body, but a force
    • belonging to an entirely different nation takes possession of
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    • revealed itself as spiritual needs and intellectual longings.
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    • flock — no longer now his flock — for he has no wish
    • being incontestable belong to all that must be most
    • when this is no longer there — when the Venus age has
    • with the Venus existence. What will last longer than that has
    • we must recognise the Christ who belongs to the cosmos beyond
    • the path to Him — it was a long path of martyrdom.
    • belong sin and redemption, in short, the religious
    • Having completed their work they no longer are there. Through
    • the coming into existence of their images they are no longer
    • figure is breast and breathing and everything belonging to
    • are still together. This belongs to the third diagram. And
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    • be drawn out longwise. With the head part, with what is here
    • third man of the limb-system, to which sex man belongs, there
    • belongs to the breast man. Thus the partition in reality is
    • belong more to the lower part of the thorax you have a
    • from day, belongs to the other senses.
    • that is happening now in the social, historical life. So long
    • as opposites they are polaric opposites belonging to one
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    • questions belong those, for instance, raised in the course of
    • empty space is less than just emptiness you will no longer
    • draw the single elongation only where the brain is concerned
    • lilac), here another region blue); thus all this would belong
    • (yellow) — in reality all this belongs to man — and
    • since we go back — it is true a long way back — to
    • longer. Everything now becomes quite abstract with the
    • scientist has still the same figure but no longer has the
    • I have always been against drawing diagrams so long as we
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    • who owned 30 banks and over 30 long lines of rail, besides a
    • take a large enough area and a long enough period of time,
    • for, so long as he gets his money; money is abstract in
    • will no longer be increasing the amount of unnecessary work;
    • what a long time was needed for deliberation, as late as
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    • longer hope for much to-day. To-day we should after all be
    • not long ago, to talk with a thoroughly practical business
    • Social Question. So long as this is people's attitude of
    • for a long while has been in opposition; — take for
    • that amongst the leading classes for a very long time past
    • reason, — that people have so long had a tendency to
    • long as we are not in a position, (with all due politeness,
    • of course, for the individual instance!), — so long as
    • use. But the people, who no longer have even a sense of their
    • masses and those other people, whose special task for long
    • we have this new spiritual life, — when we no longer
    • churches were none of them there, not so very long ago. In
    • is simply too late to-day. By the paths along which we
    • it. So long as the technical experts, so long as all these
    • ‘Nothing we can say has any sense, so long as we still
    • be fully aware, that so long as one is living in a spiritual
    • have no sense, — that, so long as this is the case, one
    • further, so long as, even in our own circles, people discuss
    • longer exist; they only exist any longer as lies and phrases,
    • this direction belong, after all, not to the present day, but
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    • intimately they belong together and how it is hardly possible
    • that my eyes are no longer drawn toward the book I can hear
    • audible, for it is a long way off, the sound of a barrel organ,
    • know that they are dealing with something that belongs to a
    • longer need only to use pictures and mental images that we
    • described, that these imaginations no longer arise out of the
    • longer, or at least thinks about something else, but yet he
    • in it, but we no longer have to see it. This is a condition
    • longer directs its gaze to the perception of the world of
    • this world of pictures we no longer perceive it and no longer
    • us look at the organism belonging to our extremities,
    • thinking? It is our inspiration here, that belongs to the
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    • person. It is true that it took place a long time ago, but it
    • merely individual, are no longer uppermost. The individual then
    • intellect, the understanding, that belongs to the individual
    • belong quite well to either of them. Only try to acquire the
    • progress for a long time. Grimm rightly reproaches Gibbon with
    • existed positively alongside the negative forces of decay. They
    • not belong to the normal forces, we use in natural science, for
    • in science. That is where it belongs.
    • into the part where our ordinary consciousness no longer
    • Spanish who still have much that belongs to an older heritage,
    • being, inasmuch as he belongs to the great dream of history
    • Our soul development no longer participates in this bodily
    • longer participate in what is developing in the body.
    • something that he can no longer experience. As a matter
    • of course we no longer experience in our souls the decline of
    • cultural life, where the soul is no longer dependent upon the
    • dependence did not last so long, for at that time the soul's
    • no longer experience what the decline of human life is. In
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • moment in the evolution of humanity, belongs to the most
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    • long time, even if only for a very short period each day, and
    • the main thing. But alongside this, something else frequently
    • experiences are concerned. And he will then find, as long as he
    • longer in his body.
    • though they proceeded along a different path and used different
    • powers for their development, using methods that are no longer
    • longer feeling in possession of ourselves, is a shattering
    • proceed along another line of development which runs more
    • separating something from it that belongs to it in normal life,
    • in order to progress along the path parallel to the first one,
    • this without any effort on our part, but now we no longer need
    • body, so that we are no longer, as in sleep, withdrawn from our
    • aware that we are no longer in that which lives in us, but that
    • activity of the soul of a person who died long ago flows into
    • beings belonging to it.
    • of research in his work, commented that we have long since
    • discovered that the man is dead and can no longer open his
    • of our own spiritual being that belongs to this spiritual
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    • fundamental riddles with which the deepest longings of
    • the human soul are concerned, the longing for the comprehension
    • which belongs to this sense world as the human physical, bodily
    • thinking no longer; it is experienced as intensively as colors
    • certain point one knows that one is no longer thinking with the
    • thoughts, which however are no longer abstract, but
    • same clarity and conscious choice. By doing for a long time, in
    • long enough, and a certain maturity in doing this has been
    • whole physical organism is no longer there when these exercises
    • What belongs to the nature of the sun fills all the space
    • external, spatial body of the physical sun, but what belongs to
    • belongs to the sun-nature works on within our being, we really
    • come to know our own organism. For we find what belongs
    • reveal her most intimate mysteries, feels a deep longing for
    • longing most of all when the spirit which works in nature
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    • person with real inner sensitivity would find it any longer
    • that we can get away from it for a time, but in the long run
    • physical and chemical sciences, along with the hopes and
    • particles, it would not be long before the way would be found
    • scientist of spirit, work which takes a long time, that
    • perceived as long as one looks at them, but then they only
    • science that belongs to the science of spirit or anthroposophy.
    • allow it to sink into his being so that it is no longer
    • unconscious. Some images remain for a longer period in the
    • healthier and sounder if the exercises which belong to this
    • consciousness man belongs to a super-sensible world. Our
    • anthroposophy. We can see from this the longing for the
    • they spoke out of instinctive longing for a future science of
    • notice, too, that Fichte also longs for an anthroposophy
    • reason, but it is something that has long been anticipated by
    • long time. I will give an example of how this can be supported
    • in the human soul that exists alongside our ordinary
    • belonging to it. How we then learn not only to overcome our
    • world is opened up to us, the spiritual world that we belong to
    • with our spiritual man, just as with our physical man we belong
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    • the clash between his ideas and those of others who belong to
    • life. Here we come to the heart of the matter. As long as we
    • is naturally not possible to “act” as long as the
    • — Naturally this cannot be realized so long as we do not
    • life. As long as the way into this life is not trodden in the
    • beginnings of their work. And as long as this is the case they
    • longer. If we do not admit this, we have not recognized how
    • long as our thinking remains on the surface, we attribute quite
    • acquiring something we no longer have ourselves in
    • Owen presumably thought along those lines. That is why he was
    • to humanity — in the long run all such clarity
    • such forces. They regard anyone who comes along with such
    • question practiced in ancient Greece is no longer possible.
    • the long run, such a theory can help no one. Whoever injects
    • which he belongs. He will come to understand the relationships
    • work slowly in this way. To its aims belong the practical
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    • the plant and animal worlds, which no longer play any strong
    • evolution of the earth, he had already undergone a long
    • wisdom of Asia; even though it no longer lives externally in
    • “For a long time I have followed the path of your life,
    • members of long standing. There are such written, wherein
    • can no longer be united with a pure sense for truth. Certain
    • often for long periods, they only show themselves outwardly
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    • earth life can be studied, with all that belongs to it. We
    • instinct along into the time we pass before our physical
    • Earth can no longer find the right equilibrium between the
    • merging oneself into universal being, a kind of longing to
    • nation, no longer wanting to appear within a physical body.
    • goal, and from that time no longer have to appear again in
    • no longer wants to appear in life on Earth. That is an
    • become — no longer one great organism with unified common
    • mysticism, in a dream-condition, in which he can no longer
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    • words only and can still be a long way from the spirit of the
    • spirit. It is their monopoly. It does not the long to the
    • ordinary man's province to speak of soul and spirit; belongs
    • Between the methods of natural science belonging to the
    • stage. Now they are no longer interested in him from this
    • spiritual knowledge today because the spirits no longer work
    • were thus brought out. From now onwards there is no longer
    • with mankind of the future. It will no longer be possible to
    • man — right for that time but today no longer so. Today
    • cannot have this perception, for it no longer has any reality
    • But if anyone comes along and speaks about social affairs
    • advanced a long way intellectually, that in a certain way
    • School belongs to the very greatest of them all.But that does
    • completeness. We must equip ourselves with this inner longing
    • this longing and to realise all the untruth so prevailing in
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    • illustrate what I mean by an example, Not very long ago I got
    • To-day it ie no longer a matter of preserving these ancient
    • lower kingdoms are real for the physical senses. As long as
    • enough, and they are no longer interested in him from this
    • spiritual knowledge, because the spirits are no longer
    • School belongs to that category of things which concerns me
    • and vitally. We must equip ourselves with an inner longing to
    • necessity for such a longing and also to make you feel what a
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    • rest so long as he remained in the train itself.
    • longer a unity such as we used to see when we look at nature.
    • perceive it. A long and arduous training is necessary, but it
    • keep the electrical apparatus and everything belonging to it
    • authority — people say that they are no longer credulous
    • can no longer today be satisfied with pedagogics modelled as
    • when we reach a certain age; we have no longer the round
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    • deeply into the material world that he is no longer speaking
    • into a cosmic stream which does not belong to our world. But
    • thereby he loses his own Ego, for the Ego does not belong to
    • the Gods — the spiritual Beings — are no longer
    • religious consciousness belong to this external world only
    • development, has been stifled and suppressed for many long
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    • to reveal her open secret feels an irresistible longing for
    • is, of what belongs purely to the world of the senses. The
    • to offer the soul to compensate for its longing after the
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • face to face with something that took place long ago between
    • of consciousness and belongs to the immediate present.
    • Because this longing, this need of the age, prevails, the
    • expression of a legitimate longing, it will probably be
    • entirely in sympathy with what artists are longing for
    • stepping out, however, remains an unreality as long as we are
    • made our way into what belongs to nature when this is freed
    • longing for her worthiest exponent — art.”
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • external world and all that belongs to the power of
    • life. The inner life no longer hovers above the reality but
    • longer suitable to seek for Spiritual Science in an oriental,
    • epoch and would lead men along a wrong path. The methods that
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • get along without actually knowing very much about the complexities
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics ... St. Francis, Lecture III
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    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • something that is incorrect, he will no longer say: “I
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • longer taste good to those who have received anthroposophical
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
  • Title: Teachings of Christ the Resurrected
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    • is so extensive and belongs to a sphere of such importance and
    • ancient times — also for a long time after for those who
    • sleeping and waking, and the dream with its pictures belongs at
    • transitions of birth and death which then no longer were mere
    • earth-life. The Christ be