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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha, an impressive wisdom shedding light
    • arrogance is expressed, for the most part, in this apparent humility,
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    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha, an impressive wisdom shedding light
    • arrogance is expressed, for the most part, in this apparent humility,
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • An Expression Of The Mystery Of Man
    • when they have inner experiences and wish to give expression to them.
    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • expressed in the first letter of the alphabet.
    • expression to a concept, a meaning, a truth about Man simply by saying
    • comprehensive sentence would be uttered giving expression to the
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • relates to the cosmos. In short, what would be expressed by speaking
    • accompanying thoughts, but it would be the expression of the Mystery of Man
    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • subconscious. But as the child develops, forces press upwards within
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • therefore, a vowel harmony expressed somewhere in speech: let us say
    • I, O, U, A. (ed.: IH, OH, UH, AH in German) What is expressed by this?
    • Something is expressed that is the cosmic working of four planets. Let
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • vowels, a planetary mystery was expressed. The deed of a divine being
    • within the planetary world was expressed in the name. Were a divine
    • name expressed with a consonant in it, the deed of the divine being
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • An Expression Of The Mystery Of Man
    • when they have inner experiences and wish to give expression to them.
    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • expressed in the first letter of the alphabet.
    • expression to a concept, a meaning, a truth about Man simply by saying
    • comprehensive sentence would be uttered giving expression to the
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • relates to the cosmos. In short, what would be expressed by speaking
    • accompanying thoughts, but it would be the expression of the Mystery of Man
    • alphabet, did not express what was related to external events,
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • subconscious. But as the child develops, forces press upwards within
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • therefore, a vowel harmony expressed somewhere in speech: let us say
    • I, O, U, A. (ed.: IH, OH, UH, AH in German) What is expressed by this?
    • Something is expressed that is the cosmic working of four planets. Let
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • vowels, a planetary mystery was expressed. The deed of a divine being
    • within the planetary world was expressed in the name. Were a divine
    • name expressed with a consonant in it, the deed of the divine being
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • as in sleep, our senses must be wholly shut off from all impressions
    • But to suppress what spiritual science has to add is not to insist on
    • What is the task of the spiritual researcher? Let me try to express it in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • as in sleep, our senses must be wholly shut off from all impressions
    • But to suppress what spiritual science has to add is not to insist on
    • What is the task of the spiritual researcher? Let me try to express it in
  • 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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    • rather the impression made by the spiritual life upon each separate
    • expression or imprint of this self of his; that man can develop, and
    • expression of knowledge. In accepting the Veda-Word the best part of
    • The soul nature expresses itself through this material basic element,
    • the increasingly dense sheaths within which the soul expresses itself.
    • soul-element undisturbed, so to say. It admits that souls can impress
    • the soul impresses itself. Nevertheless, it is quite possible for the
    • its outer expression in form, are, to a certain extent, balanced,
    • you have the Veda-philosophy expressed for our own age; while, if you
    • expressed for our own age. Our age must in an organised way unite that
    • particular place, about cosmic development, which can be expressed in
    • And remember what was said in the new mode of expression about
    • existence by grasping how the separate forms of being express, with
    • seek for new expression of these three streams? But the ages differ
    • expressed in the old Hebrew revelation of the Law, in the dispensation
    • into that which, according to St. Paul, is expressed in the words;
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • Gita will consider this expression fully justified. We shall take the
    • that in many respects, if we simply alter the expressions we use today
    • specialty described by means of expressions used by Sankaracharya, the
    • attention to the expressions used at the beginning of the Theosophical
    • humanity; we have, always expressed this fact by saying that in the
    • we like to use an Eastern expression, we may call Budhi. Our teaching
    • taste-impressions. Each separate sense is a means of realising a
    • express ourselves thus, because in our inner being there is a certain
    • town, that it gives an impression of yellow another town gives an
    • impression of red, another of white, another of blue. A great deal of
    • that which impresses us inwardly is transformed into a perception of
    • colour; we unite the separate sense-impressions inwardly into one
    • undividedness whenever we make use of any one sense-impression. We may
    • body (this expression is not used in Sankhya philosophy. Instead of
    • the fact that in him the spiritual and soul-nature are expressed.
    • give expression to this. The physical principle does not overpower
    • to express the soul in his external physical body. When we move the
    • manner of expression is no longer to be found in Aristotle, but the
    • make use of these expressions, the train of thought can still be
    • through a development which might be expressed in the following words:
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • life of the soul expresses itself. If we describe that which at the
    • world-philosophy in which the concepts of the world can be expressed
    • understanding of all the forces that express themselves in the world
    • coldness and barrenness which then depresses them, all this we see
    • excited or expressing righteous indignation against others who have
    • impression that he is the propagandist of these ideas. . Where could
    • that which is expressed through the etheric body is strongly
    • according to the nature which thus expresses itself; for if one were,
    • that he himself expressed Ahamkara more clearly in his own being than
    • sense of the words, had brought Manas to expression within him, who
    • expressed itself in him in that particular incarnation. Suppose that
    • in a particular man what was most specially expressed was that he felt
    • consideration when this significant part was expressed. Everything
    • was, so to speak, only the means through which he expressed himself to
    • external events, in them all is expressed something, everlasting,
    • life sleepy, lazy and inactive? Why do they feel oppressed by their
    • expressed through Tamas. But the soul of the wise man must become free
    • expressed by sleepiness, laziness and inactivity. When these are
    • independent of his outward expression even as regards kindness and
    • this? It is Krishna himself; for he is himself the expression of what
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  • 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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    • are the impressions received by the soul when, on the one hand, it
    • these give the impression of being permeated by personal emotions,
    • which the spiritual content of both is expressed to work upon us, we
    • have in the Gita something so perfect, expressed in such a wonderful,
    • perfection of expression, revealed poetically and yet so
    • often find what one might call an awkwardness of expression, so that
    • expressed in the words of St. Paul: “Not I, but Christ in
    • that expressed in the act of Krishna. That which, after the Mystery of
    • Bearing this in mind we can express this whole relation by means of
    • new, you will say: a good expression for this transition would be:
    • expression of Sankhya philosophy — he must describe it according
    • impressive pictures of beauty. Hence also it is the case that only at
    • can imagine his saying: “My soul expresses itself in the Sattva
    • expresses itself in the different use made of the etheric body, or
    • compared with the Krishna-Impulse is expressed in the fact that in the
    • Christ-Impulse is expressed in the fact that it could not live
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • perceptions and feelings expressed in the Gita are mere trivialities.
    • own, although he may be able to express in the words of the Gita
    • high spiritual beings who made use of his organs to express higher
    • soul-deeply into our own souls; for they express an important part of
    • depths than they express externally. That is because St. Paul spoke to
    • express itself at the time when clairvoyance no longer existed. The
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • warmth-organism, his Ego gives rise to what comes to expression when
    • the astral body and coming to expression in the earthly organization
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • truth merely its external expression, this is the same as seeing only
    • The astral body which comes to expression in feeling operates through
    • a positive impression although not identical with the impressions of
    • the white sphere. The black area also gives a positive impression. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • in our dreams it comes to expression in pictures. I said that we may
    • practical expression of these ideals. But nobody can conceive that the
    • Taking this as an example, we may say: Moral ideals come to expression
    • expression — through the air that is within man. They are, so to
    • or that you saw them coming to expression in others, or that you felt
    • with all the impressions we have had. Our Ego was living in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • an invariably controversial expression — How do we achieve
    • Abstract thinkers such as Kant also employ an abstract expression.
    • of which we grasp, on the one side, what comes to expression in our
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • meaning of the ancient expressions: Semblance, Power, Wisdom. —
  • Title: Bridge Between: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • earthly expression of a struggle between luciferic forces in the East
    • nationalistic sentiment and strove for absolute expression and
    • facial expression and in every gesture reflects a magnificent degree
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • something that may be expressed in the words: I cannot bear the
    • an impression must under no circumstances be conveyed. Rather, the
    • will be concave underneath. In this depression there will be another
    • depression in the rock and in it stands this winged figure with wings
    • figure in the depression has bat-like wings. This figure virtually
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • express the same motif through the medium of painting, but then the
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • like the spirit world, but with everything being expressed as images,
    • expressed in the East (Central Europeans do not understand this just
    • “Russian man”; their jargon is an expression of an undefined sensual
    • that France gave to Russia. This alliance is the physical expression
    • for one effect can impress our souls in an especially significant way.
    • impressions come from the debates among various political parties in
    • is calculated to impress the child's soul materialistically. The
    • treatment of spiritual science was intended to impress the public purely
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • earthly expression of a struggle between luciferic forces in the East
    • nationalistic sentiment and strove for absolute expression and
    • facial expression and in every gesture reflects a magnificent degree
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • something that may be expressed in the words: I cannot bear the
    • an impression must under no circumstances be conveyed. Rather, the
    • will be concave underneath. In this depression there will be another
    • depression in the rock and in it stands this winged figure with wings
    • figure in the depression has bat-like wings. This figure virtually
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • express the same motif through the medium of painting, but then the
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • like the spirit world, but with everything being expressed as images,
    • expressed in the East (Central Europeans do not understand this just
    • “Russian man”; their jargon is an expression of an undefined sensual
    • that France gave to Russia. This alliance is the physical expression
    • for one effect can impress our souls in an especially significant way.
    • impressions come from the debates among various political parties in
    • is calculated to impress the child's soul materialistically. The
    • treatment of spiritual science was intended to impress the public purely
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  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • ... it is only a question of nomenclature, except when you expressly
    • During this last year it has been necessary to give expression to the
    • Neuchâtel Group, the need was expressed for more intimate knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • down beside him. He gave the impression of not having eaten anything
    • spiritual world — not in the form in which it is expressed in European
    • world of men and the world of spirits, will express itself in a form
    • understandable. There we have the first expressions of the wonder and
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • as common parlance would express it. But those who observe events from
    • time remarkably favourable opinions were expressed. I can give another
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • expressed the wish that I should speak to them about the venerable
    • spiritual worlds and have, in their own way, expressed in words, we
    • foundations, are expressions, issuing from ancient times and from
    • there to make its own impression upon us. What we ourselves have found in
    • remember. The actual course of human evolution comes to expression in
    • clearly expressed, is that all the religions are false! The Science of
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • most noble expression of the inner union existing between the Greeks
    • have heard of many Gods; but the Divine does not express Itself in
    • Whose eyes express a rare gift of seership, was painted with realistic
    • poor picture and gives the impression of having been done to order.
    • remarkable thought which he expressed in his work on Raphael (he had
    • there, expressing an entirely instinctive feeling: When we ponder on
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • outside, impressions come from him to our senses and intellect; with
    • impressions. We share in what is taking place in his innermost nature,
    • works of Euripedes is there any clear expression of
    • centuries, another is to succeed to some slight extent in expressing
    • express how the enveloping sheaths woven of the forces of wonder,
    • of Christ must be so vital and living that it is an expression of the
    • countenance. The painter or sculptor will have to express in the
    • to its highest degree. The mouth must convey the impression that it is
    • will have to be expressed in the countenance. The form of the lower
    • part of the face will have to express a power whose outstreaming rays
    • — not in order to receive impressions but to bear the very soul
    • suggestion of thought based upon earthly sense-impressions. It
    • the head, expressing wonder and marvel at the mysteries of the world.
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • see them as expressions of man's aspiration to the Divine — to
    • expresses the striving of man towards the Divine-Spiritual. But these
    • realise this for it is the most concrete expression of the fact that
    • A very widespread and characteristic idea finds expression in the
    • to express them in majestic pictures. The Greek legend tells how, on
    • sympathies and antipathies which may express themselves in the child.
    • will get the impression that in a certain respect Raphael stands there
    • him which he could not bring to expression. We feel that there was
    • prevented him from bringing to expression in the physical world.
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • our life are being impressed upon Earth-existence. The man for whom we
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • expression of the human personality, something specifically connected
    • individuality of form, of gesture, facial expression, and so on —
    • way that he has little power to give expression to his own
    • stamped the principle of form into man; this comes to expression in
    • the human being, in his outward appearance, become an expression of
    • expression of family or race, but more and more the expression of the
    • the extent to which the individuality has impressed upon his
    • extent to which a man expresses his innermost being in his outer form,
    • group-soul — as expressed in race, blood, family and so on — to a far
    • inner concern. Just as the outer form becomes an expression of the
    • here and there this truth is expressed grotesquely and sometimes far
    • too radically, the very fact that it is expressed is indication of a
    • still more closely, may have to be differently expressed.
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • forgiven, what demands made of us. A great and impressive tableau of
    • Rudolf Steiner spoke gravely and impressively, like the voice of
    • Again his concluding words were an impressive appeal for
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    • ages have asked themselves how man can rightly bring to expression
    • form floats in the air, perhaps also in the deep expression of the
    • impressions after death. The impression made by the mummified body
    • this impression.
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    • sense-activity he continually receives impressions of sight, hearing,
    • expression in the religious views of the different post-Atlantean
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    • similar to the present animals, but the impression that they made
    • reminds us of these. The impressions that the etheric bodies made can
    • impression of having powerful reproductive forces or an unusual
    • † Note 2: The genesis of the human form is much discussed in this and succedding chapters. The reader will find Dr. H. Poppelbaum's book Man and Animal (Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1960) to be a helpful companion in this study.
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    • We attempted to bring before our souls an impression that the seeker
    • impression was conjured before the soul of man. These impressions were
    • When the Greeks, under Alexander, pressed into India and met the last
    • to expression.
    • when he expresses his “I am,” when he keeps in mind what
    • Vach spoke. This is expressed in another verse of the Veda.
    • expression is desired, might be called medical. By this we do not mean
    • * Note 1: Throughout this and the following lectures much is said of the development of human and animal forms. For an attempt to systematize Dr. Steiner's views in this field and to bring them into connection with ordinary scientific knowledge, the reader is again referred to Poppelbaum, Man and Animal (Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1960).
    • † Note 3: Selections from the Vedas are given in Sacred Books of the East (Oxford University Press, 1879-1910) but there seems to be no complete translation or index in English.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 5
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    • picture of the divine-spiritual creative force that began to express
    • * Note 1: This sentiment as to the sun is eloquently expressed in English by D. H. Lawrence in his Apocalypse (New York, Viking, 1932), pp. 41-46.
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    • Having directed our attention to this myth, into which was compressed
    • explain this expression, but we shall try to give a picture of how man
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    • speculation is at most preparatory, and the expression “it
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    • when I gaze up to the heavens is the outer expression of what is given
    • signs, and we observe the feelings of his heart expressed in them.
    • How can the man of today get some impression of the liveliness that
    • Greeks. It must be expressly stated that this was of an occult nature.
    • appearance of life. The Greek expressed in the physical what lived in
    • * Note 1: For a clear expression of this sentiment, see Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East (New York, Parke, Austin, & Lipscomb; 1917), Vol. 9, p. 104.
    • ‡ Note 5: Our best modern scholars agree with the views here expressed. See Wigmore, Panorama of the World's Legal Systems (Washington Law Book Company, 1936).
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    • physical impressions.
    • deep mystery is expressed. Something in the highest degree holy
    • gall and the liver. The gall is the physical expression of the astral
    • did not wish to press dry banal concepts into the truths he could
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    • When in his daily life man lets the impressions of the senses work
    • upon him, these impressions bring certain fruits for the ordinary life
    • on the physical plane. These impressions pass over into the astral
    • body, which in turn transmits them to the ego. But these impressions
    • impression. But when a person performs the exercises of meditation and
    • impressions, but retains them when it slips out of the physical body
    • impressions, which shape and member it as the physical organs have
    • that body, like the impression of a seal, what has taken shape within
    • examine him clairvoyantly, we find a strong expression and reflection
    • powerfully than today toward evil pressing upon him from without. But
    • Let us recall the fact that the external physical expression for the
    • the physical expression of the ego. In the course of evolution too
    • egohood impressed the blood too powerfully. This “surplus”
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    • far that for me it can be an expression of the spirit, so that in
    • see that, on one side, this has actually happened. The expression of
    • vengeance for another of the same group. It finds expression in the
    • underlying the expression: “To feel oneself sheltered in
    • impression, a feeling, that can properly take the form of an impulse
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is standing,
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • dreaming is the condition that can come to expression in fantasy.
    • into us. And when we work actively during sleep, impressing morality
    • silent in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not knowing which way
    • chemistry are an expression of the numerical ratios of the Harmony of
    • is there compressed to the utmost degree. An inward quality too must
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    • and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is standing,
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • dreaming is the condition that can come to expression in fantasy.
    • into us. And when we work actively during sleep, impressing morality
    • silent in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not knowing which way
    • chemistry are an expression of the numerical ratios of the Harmony of
    • is there compressed to the utmost degree. An inward quality too must
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • death to man exist in the Universe for that express purpose. In
    • Universe which bring death to man are there for this express purpose.
    • which, when they come to expression in their side-effects, are so
    • man? Of a truth, they are not present in the Universe for the express
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
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    • death to man exist in the Universe for that express purpose. In
    • Universe which bring death to man are there for this express purpose.
    • which, when they come to expression in their side-effects, are so
    • man? Of a truth, they are not present in the Universe for the express
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • seeking, all our impressions would give us sucking or stabbing pains. We
    • impression — and it would have been the same with the other senses
    • was to the Greeks what is expressed in the victory of Michael or St.
    • mankind. With wonderful skill he made them express the human types of
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • Yes, the science of the spirit will impress upon us ever more deeply that
    • flowed over into our earthly activities was an expression of the
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
    • expression of the living Word of Christ.”
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    • seeking, all our impressions would give us sucking or stabbing pains. We
    • impression — and it would have been the same with the other senses
    • was to the Greeks what is expressed in the victory of Michael or St.
    • mankind. With wonderful skill he made them express the human types of
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • Yes, the science of the spirit will impress upon us ever more deeply that
    • flowed over into our earthly activities was an expression of the
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
    • expression of the living Word of Christ.”
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    • which is expressed and communicated through language — this can
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • as though you made an impression on an elastic ball: the ball recovers
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
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    • which is expressed and communicated through language — this can
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • as though you made an impression on an elastic ball: the ball recovers
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
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    • through them we adopt viewpoints and receive impressions which are
    • directly impressed by the astonishing achievements of science; but it would be
    • impressed, apathy regarding external life would follow upon indifference
    • expressing something which unprejudiced observation of scientific research
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • The feeling thus expressed by Herman Grimm, in an age when it was not
    • the physical eye we can perceive — to adopt an expression of Goethe's
    • this expression amiss; I could have used another just as well.) Within the
    • forces to develop what comes to expression in the human brain.
    • that what is expressed in the features becomes more clearly defined. The
    • bodily expression of our temperament and emotions. Spiritual research
    • leading to the utterance of such thoughts as have been here expressed. Yet
    • as it continually tends to avoid expressions based upon subjective
    • a spiritual researcher who expressed himself in this book, but a man was
    • sole possession of a science, which was true and genuine, who expressed
    • attitude expressed by me in that lecture) can raise any objections to
    • following opinion was expressed not by an individual without importance, but
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    • through them we adopt viewpoints and receive impressions which are
    • directly impressed by the astonishing achievements of science; but it would be
    • impressed, apathy regarding external life would follow upon indifference
    • expressing something which unprejudiced observation of scientific research
    • It is true that people possessed of really healthy impressions about the
    • The feeling thus expressed by Herman Grimm, in an age when it was not
    • the physical eye we can perceive — to adopt an expression of Goethe's
    • this expression amiss; I could have used another just as well.) Within the
    • forces to develop what comes to expression in the human brain.
    • that what is expressed in the features becomes more clearly defined. The
    • bodily expression of our temperament and emotions. Spiritual research
    • leading to the utterance of such thoughts as have been here expressed. Yet
    • as it continually tends to avoid expressions based upon subjective
    • a spiritual researcher who expressed himself in this book, but a man was
    • sole possession of a science, which was true and genuine, who expressed
    • attitude expressed by me in that lecture) can raise any objections to
    • following opinion was expressed not by an individual without importance, but
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    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • contains is the one expressed here in the golden rule.
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • through any external pressure but by steadfast resolve of will. It is
    • facial expression or some other insignificant habit, if he becomes
    • suppresses his anger when something annoying happens to him and thinks
    • impressions. To do so, it becomes necessary, therefore, to set aside a
    • person must be able to tear himself away from all sense impressions,
    • this inner silence, this shedding of all sense impressions has
    • occurred, all memory of past sense impressions must in addition be
    • perception. A person must suppress all negative sensations and
    • to himself and cannot suppress the desire to pass it on, his soul will
    • take the place of criticism. It suppresses the advancement of the soul
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
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    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • contains is the one expressed here in the golden rule.
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • through any external pressure but by steadfast resolve of will. It is
    • facial expression or some other insignificant habit, if he becomes
    • suppresses his anger when something annoying happens to him and thinks
    • impressions. To do so, it becomes necessary, therefore, to set aside a
    • person must be able to tear himself away from all sense impressions,
    • this inner silence, this shedding of all sense impressions has
    • occurred, all memory of past sense impressions must in addition be
    • perception. A person must suppress all negative sensations and
    • to himself and cannot suppress the desire to pass it on, his soul will
    • take the place of criticism. It suppresses the advancement of the soul
    • faculty of expressing himself in the spirit realm. What I have had to
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • impression, of course, that everything is as easy to comprehend in
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • impression, of course, that everything is as easy to comprehend in
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    • rather to express something in which spiritual science must come to an
    • communication, to express what the spiritual investigator perceives.
    • by sleep, when sense impressions cease. The soul of the pupil was led
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • experience impressed on him that man can know his spiritual essence by
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • sphere when it attains to that experience expressed by St. Paul, “Not
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • Goethe had something else in mind when he expressed the truth that
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    • rather to express something in which spiritual science must come to an
    • communication, to express what the spiritual investigator perceives.
    • by sleep, when sense impressions cease. The soul of the pupil was led
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • experience impressed on him that man can know his spiritual essence by
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • sphere when it attains to that experience expressed by St. Paul, “Not
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • Goethe had something else in mind when he expressed the truth that
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    • painting. In it we can admire fundamental elements expressing the loftiest
    • covered with paintings that expressed this, and the earth had been brought
    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • existence that must be contemplated after death." This is what is expressed
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
    • divine spiritual heights, and they tried to express it in this painting in
    • possible that they could have done it. It expresses in a monumental and
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • So this Campo Santo painting of the Middle Ages expresses all that is
    • expression in the painting I have just described. Ever and again will we
    • expressed, for instance, in the painting I have described, although we must
    • in order that man may take hold of what is expressed in the Campo Santo
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    • painting. In it we can admire fundamental elements expressing the loftiest
    • covered with paintings that expressed this, and the earth had been brought
    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • existence that must be contemplated after death." This is what is expressed
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
    • divine spiritual heights, and they tried to express it in this painting in
    • possible that they could have done it. It expresses in a monumental and
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • So this Campo Santo painting of the Middle Ages expresses all that is
    • expression in the painting I have just described. Ever and again will we
    • expressed, for instance, in the painting I have described, although we must
    • in order that man may take hold of what is expressed in the Campo Santo
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    • assumed the expression of his inner being; his countenance changed
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • specially marked bodies, which will express their inner moral qualities.
    • expression from the series of our incarnations. The human beings will
    • thus more and more express the moral qualities.
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • Golgotha, also sees what is developing within our souls as an expression
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    • assumed the expression of his inner being; his countenance changed
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • specially marked bodies, which will express their inner moral qualities.
    • expression from the series of our incarnations. The human beings will
    • thus more and more express the moral qualities.
    • constitute an almost fatal destiny, a real fate, which will be impressed
    • Golgotha, also sees what is developing within our souls as an expression
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    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • expression was coined because of the way political affairs in Europe have
    • suppress certain actions or movements out of his free will.
    • that he should repress justified criticism if it is objective. On the
    • less oppressive effect. They will become less oppressive when we
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    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • expression was coined because of the way political affairs in Europe have
    • suppress certain actions or movements out of his free will.
    • that he should repress justified criticism if it is objective. On the
    • less oppressive effect. They will become less oppressive when we
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    • One can get the impression that, if one doesn't know anything, there
    • What must provide the basis there I actually dared to express only a few
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • migraine that it can again press back the digestive process which broke
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
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    • One can get the impression that, if one doesn't know anything, there
    • What must provide the basis there I actually dared to express only a few
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • migraine that it can again press back the digestive process which broke
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
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    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • only have been expressive of that which lived within him, of the
    • expressive interjections for these only; his speech would have
    • But the human capacity for expressing the working of the mind in words
    • interjections and words to express the feelings of his inner being; in
    • to expression in the power of speech. In this way it was made possible
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • to expression. The Obelisks were erected so that man might begin to
    • power of speech which, as an expression of his inner being, was in
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • ripened sufficiently to be expressed by the Greek philosophers with
    • be expressed as follows: —
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    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • only have been expressive of that which lived within him, of the
    • expressive interjections for these only; his speech would have
    • But the human capacity for expressing the working of the mind in words
    • interjections and words to express the feelings of his inner being; in
    • to expression in the power of speech. In this way it was made possible
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • to expression. The Obelisks were erected so that man might begin to
    • power of speech which, as an expression of his inner being, was in
    • It was not expressed quite clearly, but human evolution strove forward
    • ripened sufficiently to be expressed by the Greek philosophers with
    • be expressed as follows: —
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    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • immortality with pure materialism, with the belief that an impress of
    • and not until the sixth epoch, to bring to definite expression the
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • intelligentsia attach importance to the use of the expression,
    • noun. In the expression, “the Russian man.” the adjective
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • meaning and purpose are revealed. Faust expressed the same truth when
    • through which God expresses His divinity. As we try to experience and
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    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • immortality with pure materialism, with the belief that an impress of
    • and not until the sixth epoch, to bring to definite expression the
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • intelligentsia attach importance to the use of the expression,
    • noun. In the expression, “the Russian man.” the adjective
    • really nullifies what is expressed in the noun. For when true manhood
    • meaning and purpose are revealed. Faust expressed the same truth when
    • through which God expresses His divinity. As we try to experience and
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    • particularly by taking a stand that can be expressed in the
    • external aspects and expressions of spiritual processes. Similarly,
    • Through it are expressed the instinctive feelings and in certain
    • two. The external physical expression of this contrast is to be
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • noticeable than inner body heat the physical expression of inner
    • nervous system is the expression of this inner light. In regard to
    • that can be called the physical expression of the invisible light
    • the expression of the activity originating from the astral body.
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • develop inwardly that would otherwise be expressed externally. His
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
    • an expression of what he eats. Yet he ought to nourish himself in
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    • particularly by taking a stand that can be expressed in the
    • external aspects and expressions of spiritual processes. Similarly,
    • Through it are expressed the instinctive feelings and in certain
    • two. The external physical expression of this contrast is to be
    • We perceive it in its external expression when we realize the
    • noticeable than inner body heat the physical expression of inner
    • nervous system is the expression of this inner light. In regard to
    • that can be called the physical expression of the invisible light
    • the expression of the activity originating from the astral body.
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • develop inwardly that would otherwise be expressed externally. His
    • Milk is completely different from meat in that it expresses in the
    • an expression of what he eats. Yet he ought to nourish himself in
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    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
    • Typhon, who, expressed in Egyptian terms, is none other than Ahriman.
    • writing, they also expressed it in their architectural constructions. They
    • express in this pyramid that the forces which shine down from the sun are
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
    • which is living under such terrible oppression.
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    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
    • Typhon, who, expressed in Egyptian terms, is none other than Ahriman.
    • writing, they also expressed it in their architectural constructions. They
    • express in this pyramid that the forces which shine down from the sun are
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
    • which is living under such terrible oppression.
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    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • All this is expressed in the development of man's religious consciousness.
    • merely an impress. He looked up to the cosmos from the earth; and in
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    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • All this is expressed in the development of man's religious consciousness.
    • merely an impress. He looked up to the cosmos from the earth; and in
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    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
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    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
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    • the age of the Consciousness Soul and that these drives seek to press
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • socialist groups. What does it express? It expresses the most
    • unnatural thing that could possibly be thought today. It expresses an
    • is a genuine illusion, if I can use this expression, and which has
    • Soul through birth and heredity. This actually comes to expression in
    • disposition expresses itself in not detaching from the soul its
    • powers expressing sickness and death. They learn to know this as an
    • dangers. This is even expressed in the external character of people
    • people from the West arises precisely from what is expressed at the
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970.
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    • the age of the Consciousness Soul and that these drives seek to press
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • interchange between two people. The impression which one person makes
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • socialist groups. What does it express? It expresses the most
    • unnatural thing that could possibly be thought today. It expresses an
    • is a genuine illusion, if I can use this expression, and which has
    • Soul through birth and heredity. This actually comes to expression in
    • disposition expresses itself in not detaching from the soul its
    • powers expressing sickness and death. They learn to know this as an
    • dangers. This is even expressed in the external character of people
    • people from the West arises precisely from what is expressed at the
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1970.
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    • spirit! something is expressed that has been nurtured in one's own
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • the modern age. It comes to expression in the absence of will from the
    • But what the Greek experienced of the spirit was merely its expression
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • very few of them would — to use a trivial expression — feel
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
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    • spirit! something is expressed that has been nurtured in one's own
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • the modern age. It comes to expression in the absence of will from the
    • But what the Greek experienced of the spirit was merely its expression
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • very few of them would — to use a trivial expression — feel
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
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    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • dreamlike experience of feeling which comes to expression in
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • still felt his thoughts as we today feel sense-impressions, he was
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
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    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • dreamlike experience of feeling which comes to expression in
    • unconscious realms. They press upwards from the sleeping will. It is
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • still felt his thoughts as we today feel sense-impressions, he was
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
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    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • It was Albrecht von Haller who expressed the “Ignorabimus”
    • waking dream; the pictures that appear in the dream are here pressed
    • — please do not misunderstand the expression — how the whole
    • have now to press forward, as I emphasised in my “Philosophy of
    • impressions of colour and sound and heat; for when we come consciously
    • awake in his soul and pressing forward to the immortal part of his own
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    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • It was Albrecht von Haller who expressed the “Ignorabimus”
    • waking dream; the pictures that appear in the dream are here pressed
    • — please do not misunderstand the expression — how the whole
    • have now to press forward, as I emphasised in my “Philosophy of
    • impressions of colour and sound and heat; for when we come consciously
    • awake in his soul and pressing forward to the immortal part of his own
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    • of the Rudolf Steiner Press, London, successors to the Anthroposophical
    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • from that of modern man. The latter at most expresses his very
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
    • relate to the actual being of man all that is expressed instinctively
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    • of the Rudolf Steiner Press, London, successors to the Anthroposophical
    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • from that of modern man. The latter at most expresses his very
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
    • relate to the actual being of man all that is expressed instinctively
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    • clear impression: “When we study the stars and apply our
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
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    • clear impression: “When we study the stars and apply our
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
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    • something absurd, something to be suppressed by all possible means.
    • other than a physical expression of the totality of the
    • body, the consequences of gender will express themselves in outer
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    • something absurd, something to be suppressed by all possible means.
    • other than a physical expression of the totality of the
    • body, the consequences of gender will express themselves in outer
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    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • more as something that made an impression on them. Their souls became
    • express it in a soul-spiritual way, the understanding could come only
    • the higher hierarchies had expressed their teachings amongst
    • — if I may express it in this way. They had to say: the
    • spirituality. We might express approximately in this way the content
    • man's consciousness. If we apply human expressions to the willing of
    • comparison, for I must always use human expressions in cases where
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
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    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • more as something that made an impression on them. Their souls became
    • express it in a soul-spiritual way, the understanding could come only
    • the higher hierarchies had expressed their teachings amongst
    • — if I may express it in this way. They had to say: the
    • spirituality. We might express approximately in this way the content
    • man's consciousness. If we apply human expressions to the willing of
    • comparison, for I must always use human expressions in cases where
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
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    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • rejects the impressions which he has received from the physical world
    • impress upon his disciples.
    • a science which, although expressed through sense-perception, is
    • only after I have reduced it to mathematical formulae. To express by
    • in this sense, which may be thus mathematically expressed. As
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • added to that which we call “Euclidian.” Euclid expresses by
    • of the word any statement which cannot be expressed in numbers or
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    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • rejects the impressions which he has received from the physical world
    • impress upon his disciples.
    • a science which, although expressed through sense-perception, is
    • only after I have reduced it to mathematical formulae. To express by
    • in this sense, which may be thus mathematically expressed. As
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • added to that which we call “Euclidian.” Euclid expresses by
    • of the word any statement which cannot be expressed in numbers or
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    • School in Berlin, expressed the wish to read these notes. They were
    • printing press, the people were to come to the theatre and see the
    • powerful impression in spite of a thoroughly bad translation and poor
    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • expressive power, their purity and naturalness were moreover impaired
    • by bad staging), Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even
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    • School in Berlin, expressed the wish to read these notes. They were
    • printing press, the people were to come to the theatre and see the
    • powerful impression in spite of a thoroughly bad translation and poor
    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • expressive power, their purity and naturalness were moreover impaired
    • by bad staging), Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even
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    • Dr. Steiner in 1902 at the Workmen's School in Berlin expressed
    • not fail to produce a powerful impression in spite of an
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • and others; their expressive power, their purity and naturalness
    • staging, Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even when
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    • Dr. Steiner in 1902 at the Workmen's School in Berlin expressed
    • not fail to produce a powerful impression in spite of an
    • and in spite of his strong personality, the basic expression of
    • and others; their expressive power, their purity and naturalness
    • staging, Shakespeare's plays leave a strong impression, even when
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    • Temple Legend. All these Spiritual Streams came to expression
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • the physiognomy will be a direct expression for that which karma has
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
    • It is still there. It comes to expression later, again modified and
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    • Temple Legend. All these Spiritual Streams came to expression
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • the physiognomy will be a direct expression for that which karma has
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
    • It is still there. It comes to expression later, again modified and
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    • spiritual world still carried the impress of that world, an impress
    • expression of our trust lies in our ignorance. I should very much like
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    • expression in everyday communal life. You find it in the relationship
    • expresses a certain series of facts, to examine human death, animal
    • expresses itself quite differently in the very little child from the
    • way it expresses itself from the ages of six, seven or eight onwards.
    • brain, and proved that fundamentally this structure was the expression
    • configuration, which then so wonderfully expresses its soul-life in
    • ideation, we have something of soul-life that can express itself
    • they are portrayed in the physical; that in fact their impression can
    • our way of expressing what we encounter in life. We go through life
    • the expression of this struggle, which goes on all the while to
    • again — the expression of this analytic life in us is summed up
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    • who in at least two successive incarnations made a powerful impression on
    • expressed in their inner content.
    • deep impression they make on us. Whatever we have before us in immediate
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    • who in at least two successive incarnations made a powerful impression on
    • expressed in their inner content.
    • deep impression they make on us. Whatever we have before us in immediate
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    • with a dead man. The expression ‘when we are speaking’ can
    • are distances which do not come to expression on the physical plane.
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
    • secret of communion with children who have died can be expressed by
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    • with a dead man. The expression ‘when we are speaking’ can
    • are distances which do not come to expression on the physical plane.
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
    • secret of communion with children who have died can be expressed by
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    • in the deepest and most worthy sense, we make use of the expression
    • made use of the expression, “O man, know thyself!”
    • was the spiritual expression of a spiritual being in which the town of
    • expresses the spiritual striving of humanity at the stage with which
    • expressed; we shall see that there is expressed in it what the
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
    • figures, but are the expression of real beings who, at the time of
    • this divine spiritual part. This conviction is expressed in numerous
    • very important; by giving material expression to force forms in space
    • the disposal of the child, in order that the spirit can express itself
    • soul when departing; the Greek temple is the expression of the divine
    • the physical form, the victory over death, is expressed in the Cross,
    • the upward-streaming feelings they express; not such feelings as are
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    • patient had been suppressed. Temple sleep had therefore a very real
    • however, it necessitated the suppression of the ego, as in
    • that when he did anything it made an impression upon his spiritual
  • 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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    • the expressions physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego are
    • expressed in the activity of the spiritual content of the sunbeam
  • 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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    • — that which finds expression in the “Spirit of the
    • development would have been compressed into one incarnation; whereas
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • time; but, to make use of a trivial expression, they had not then such
    • within itself; it hardened in the blood which is the expression of the
    • consciousness find expression?
    • express something different by this.
    • We here have something which the Greek wished to express in his own
    • way. That which was south of him he expressed in the faun type. That
    • stock, he expressed in the sublime idealistic Zeus type.
    • expression, in forms of art, to the great conceptions of the world.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • Animal forms - the physiognomical expression of human passions.
    • Animal forms — the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt — a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
    • external bodily form immediately expressed it, therefore man appeared
    • one could find one's fellowman through the expression they gave to
    • such expressions? What are the physiognomical expressions of passions
    • fire-mist) the shape which was the expression of that passion. A large
    • occult perception on his environment can express his feeling
    • which are expressed in these animal shapes.
    • These are the expressions of passions, and working in them we find
    • many places, we have an expression of these mysteries, just as
    • just as the impress of a fossil points to an original reality, so the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • the expression of certain spiritual beings connected with a material
    • expressed its nature in the words, “He who does not forsake
    • vegetable, an animal, and a human existence. Plato expresses this in a
    • expressed in the horizontal position of the spine. Man's position is
    • expressed in tones, and that one who can raise himself to Inspiration
    • development of plants, each separate flower is the expression of the
    • of sound; in these figures we have the expression of the sound that
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • expression of the fact that indirectly through the astral body all
    • express it, because they could no longer find the way to man.
    • This idea is expressed in the meeting with the Valkyre, and is
    • which they might have expressed as follows: What we have to treasure
    • We see the feeling developed in them which they might have expressed
    • constellations. They felt the stars were an outward expression of the
    • an expression of Divinity; man began to look for wisdom in things of
    • which expressed the union of spirit with that which is physical. This
    • physical plane; this was expressed in the strong consciousness of the
  • 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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    • expression of the spiritual powers lying behind it. We learnt also
    • passing from the night to the day.” It is impossible to express
    • understand the expression, “from the night to the day.”
    • unworthiness as an expression of the Deity, who looked on it as a
    • the shades,” it exactly expresses the feeling of that period.
    • his knowledge with him; and this is what the expression “To die
    • expression of what Christ can be to a transformed world when in the
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    • understand them. However had the impression this division into castes
    • only as the bodily expression of the spiritual sun. Just as the eye is
    • the expression for the power of sight, so to the Egyptian the Sun was
    • emotion is already aroused. The Greek legend of the Sphinx expresses
    • This is what is expressed in this peculiar symbol. Allow me to
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    • Hibernia, where, notwithstanding the repression of the monastic
    • no longer express their true nature — they may indeed become the
    • impossible, in the lectures which under pressure from the members he
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    • encouraged them to raise questions, to express their opinions and
    • more people expressed the desire to read the lectures for workers.
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    • encouraged them to raise questions, to express their opinions and
    • more people expressed the desire to read the lectures for workers.
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    • expressed in the form of the spiritual sympathies and antipathies we
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • expression in the ordinary earthly world, in an artistic way
    • expressed in such a way that we perceive it through the speech-sense,
    • Aesthetic Letters. Only thus could he express it at that time,
    • expression in nutrition, in the development of warmth and in
    • every field how evolution as a whole is pressing on towards knowledge
    • in his own way, to express an aesthetic understanding of life in much
    • expressed, still more concretely, in Imaginations that came from the
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    • expressed in the form of the spiritual sympathies and antipathies we
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • expression in the ordinary earthly world, in an artistic way
    • expressed in such a way that we perceive it through the speech-sense,
    • Aesthetic Letters. Only thus could he express it at that time,
    • expression in nutrition, in the development of warmth and in
    • every field how evolution as a whole is pressing on towards knowledge
    • in his own way, to express an aesthetic understanding of life in much
    • expressed, still more concretely, in Imaginations that came from the
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    • Dornach, and the Rudolf Steiner Press.
    • one cannot help feeling oppressed if one remembers a saying by Herman
    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • was stirred by his dealings with Schiller. They led Goethe to express
    • give it expression, having raised it to its highest level. Schiller
    • held, this ideal condition would be expressed in the creation and
    • experience are suppressed; man does not do them justice. He does not
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • impressions from the other. We must have a State, which rules through
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    • Dornach, and the Rudolf Steiner Press.
    • one cannot help feeling oppressed if one remembers a saying by Herman
    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • was stirred by his dealings with Schiller. They led Goethe to express
    • give it expression, having raised it to its highest level. Schiller
    • held, this ideal condition would be expressed in the creation and
    • experience are suppressed; man does not do them justice. He does not
    • system in man, represents a quite impersonal element, expressed in the
    • impressions from the other. We must have a State, which rules through
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    • limbs. These are of course crude expressions that are only roughly
    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • days of crude observation is not generally noticed. The impression
    • brought to expression in poems of earlier ages, where a destiny that
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    • limbs. These are of course crude expressions that are only roughly
    • Now let us go back to the event that makes a strong impression on our
    • days of crude observation is not generally noticed. The impression
    • brought to expression in poems of earlier ages, where a destiny that
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    • to the Sun. Saturn's relation to the Sun is expressed in space and
    • In the human being, the relationship of Saturn to the Sun is expressed
    • the development of the forces which finally express themselves in
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    • to the Sun. Saturn's relation to the Sun is expressed in space and
    • In the human being, the relationship of Saturn to the Sun is expressed
    • the development of the forces which finally express themselves in
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • expressed in the very form and figure of man. No-one understands the
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • an inner quality. Every vowel expresses some element of the inner
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • expressed in the very form and figure of man. No-one understands the
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
    • Ah he expresses something that lives in his inner soul as a
    • an inner quality. Every vowel expresses some element of the inner
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • formations that the word Tree is expressed. There in reality you have
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    • comes to expression. For if he does not do this, then when all that is
    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
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    • comes to expression. For if he does not do this, then when all that is
    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • let us say, will be able by pressing a button concealed in his pocket, to
    • purpose than to be an expression, each one of them, of a future stage of
    • economic strife among nations, pressure for expansion, suppression in every
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    • let us say, will be able by pressing a button concealed in his pocket, to
    • purpose than to be an expression, each one of them, of a future stage of
    • economic strife among nations, pressure for expansion, suppression in every
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • about by the Manu. Meanwhile, out of the suppressed Lemurians came the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • This wonderful interplay came to expression in every branch of the
    • sublime imagery could be used to express the truths which apply here.
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • about by the Manu. Meanwhile, out of the suppressed Lemurians came the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • This wonderful interplay came to expression in every branch of the
    • sublime imagery could be used to express the truths which apply here.
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    • His whole form becomes a physiognomy, expressing his moral and
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    • try to give expression to this knowledge and understanding of man from
    • itself to us as the heavenly picture of what comes to expression in
    • paint into the picture a definite “form,” to express what we
    • proceed in ordinary everyday writing, where we express something by
    • must express the meaning of the single Cosmic Words. We find that when
    • we give expression to these Cosmic Words and bring that expression
    • different kind of activity. It is difficult to express in words
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    • shadow-picture; it is, nevertheless, clear and very impressive. The
    • his spirit-form, presents a physiognomy that is the expression of his
    • expressed merely in the “countenance.” In fact, the actual
    • countenance loses much of the physiognomical expression that was
    • body become singularly expressive — particularly the region where
    • The arms and hands also become peculiarly expressive after death. From
    • It is the same with other organs. Everything becomes expressive,
    • are an expression of the form that is inscribed into the cosmic ether.
    • him becomes a physiognomical expression of his moral and spiritual
    • feeling is toward his fellow-man, is faithfully expressed in the
    • perhaps a little commonplace, but it expresses the reality. Each human
    • their whole nature of spirit and soul be impressed upon their
    • for the cinema, many of those who crave for impressions to which they
    • what impression human souls make upon those Beings of the Hierarchies
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • impressions we receive are no longer impressions of Earth. We have
    • receive in the eye of the spirit the impression of the whole Cosmos.
    • whole Universe is reflected, expresses in cosmic tone man's outer form
    • syllables, but an infinitely expressive word, comprising in its
    • as something fleeting and transient; and when we express what we want
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    • other sense-impression we make use of in our description. You must
    • physiognomy which expresses, for instance, how far the man was, in
    • the first impression that is experienced by the human being, the first
    • of many powerful impressions that are at the same time like so many
    • impression: As those others are, so are you yourself; you can move
    • physiognomies that are the reverse of good, and has the impression
    • beings in forms that are all differing expressions of evil, and he
    • the second impression which comes to man in the Moon sphere: You
    • The third experience makes an impression which never leaves the human
    • This experience makes a profound and lasting impression. Once again
    • to human beings who do not show a physiognomy expressive of the good.
    • These are the three impressions which must needs come to man when,
    • the impressions of which I have spoken in connection with the Moon
    • expression in this physiognomy.
    • acquaintances — if one may be allowed the expression — grows
    • learn to understand it as an expression of the Spiritual in the
    • impression of what the super-sensible world really is and what man
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    • which man passes between death and a new birth express themselves
    • you how man wears a physiognomy which expresses his good and bad
    • working together of the stars, which is at the same time an expression
    • itself at all to expression in words. What we need is to feel —
    • expression in human speech and language as it is to-day, that they
    • a sound, by itself — they are expressing something which as pure
    • signify forms; vowel sounds express feelings, the inner
    • “house.” If I say “a” (ah), this is an expression
    • consonantal sound of “t” expresses a settling oneself down,
    • the “population” of Mars — if I may so express myself.
    • describe it to you in a picture. The expressions may sound strange but
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    • impressions and sense experiences signify in life. Studies such as we
    • such a deep impression on our souls, all the beauty of plants, of the
    • express the most lofty super-sensible truths! Think only of the image
    • reason. The impressions that come to man through his eyes, ears and
    • suddenly spring to development as a result of a vivid impression
    • faculties of soul have pressed forward to the stage of which I have
    • inner consciousness can light up within us which I may perhaps express
    • abstract, theoretical expressions. We cannot help speaking a language
    • listen to this super-sensible knowledge being expressed in theories and
    • expression, for it exactly accords with the reality — the
    • then if we can receive deep into our soul the impression of this
    • receive a strong and profound impression of the mysteries of our own
    • forces of orientation living in the limbs of a little child express
    • he descends to Earth, expressed in the learning to walk, to speak and
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    • so express it — has become mineral, for in this state the
    • spiritual beings themselves. This can be expressed by saying
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    • so express it — has become mineral, for in this state the
    • spiritual beings themselves. This can be expressed by saying
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    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • at the same time radiant with light. But the impression made upon the
    • is an immensely beautiful and impressive living and streaming activity
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • Logos brings to expression at the same time — writing, as it
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • this expression in speech proceeded from their essential being. And
    • In all that is expressed in the movement of the human limbs, in all
    • are real. Their expression as Soul comes about because these
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
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    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • at the same time radiant with light. But the impression made upon the
    • is an immensely beautiful and impressive living and streaming activity
    • be. In reality the soul is emerging from the impressions of the cosmic
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • Logos brings to expression at the same time — writing, as it
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • this expression in speech proceeded from their essential being. And
    • In all that is expressed in the movement of the human limbs, in all
    • are real. Their expression as Soul comes about because these
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
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    • enhanced by the ever-waxing revelation of the truth expressed.
    • or to rigidity in the ice-cold regions of repression: in composure
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    • of men were not the expression of impulses from beings who
    • we recognise their figures to be pictorial expressions of what the
    • the St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar. St. Dominic's Press,
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    • we recognise their figures to be pictorial expressions of what the
    • the St. Thomas Aquinas Calendar. St. Dominic's Press,
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    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • And the significant thing is that he expressed it from the musician's
    • To Richard Wagner the tones of outer music were an expression, a
    • represented in the instruments. What these instruments express can
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • able to express with the same inner certainty experiences which arise
    • within him and he expresses in action what he feels and experiences in
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays which gave him the impression: There
    • is something at this point which had perforce to remain unexpressed,
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • Symphony, Wagner felt that the whole soul of the composer is pressing
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • expressed dramatically, must be contained in the music. That which the
    • music cannot express must be contained in the drama. — Richard
    • Mysteries, for the deepest and most sacred experiences to be expressed
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • mythological figures, for he was thus able to express cosmic laws and
    • sacrifice of a virgin? Such images as these are the expressions of
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    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • And the significant thing is that he expressed it from the musician's
    • To Richard Wagner the tones of outer music were an expression, a
    • represented in the instruments. What these instruments express can
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • able to express with the same inner certainty experiences which arise
    • within him and he expresses in action what he feels and experiences in
    • passages in Shakespeare's plays which gave him the impression: There
    • is something at this point which had perforce to remain unexpressed,
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • Symphony, Wagner felt that the whole soul of the composer is pressing
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • expressed dramatically, must be contained in the music. That which the
    • music cannot express must be contained in the drama. — Richard
    • Mysteries, for the deepest and most sacred experiences to be expressed
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • mythological figures, for he was thus able to express cosmic laws and
    • sacrifice of a virgin? Such images as these are the expressions of
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • Idea of the Good stands above the others. — For what is expressed
    • family-likeness but this family-likeness is actually expressed through
    • complete and all-embracing — was merely the lowest expression of
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • the ‘Galileans.’ ” This expression was used in the
    • expressed in a most wonderful way in a deeply significant legend
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • Idea of the Good stands above the others. — For what is expressed
    • family-likeness but this family-likeness is actually expressed through
    • complete and all-embracing — was merely the lowest expression of
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • the ‘Galileans.’ ” This expression was used in the
    • expressed in a most wonderful way in a deeply significant legend
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    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
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    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
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    • to express this, but this courage very much annoyed the learned
    • As a philosopher might express himself, he bears it within him as a
    • whether he is a realistic or an idealistic painter, an expressionist,
    • impressionist, or futurist), he thinks that the reality can be
    • expressive as possible, and attached to it, a serpent’s body,
    • expressed their views, they wrote letters. It is almost incredible
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    • to express this, but this courage very much annoyed the learned
    • As a philosopher might express himself, he bears it within him as a
    • whether he is a realistic or an idealistic painter, an expressionist,
    • impressionist, or futurist), he thinks that the reality can be
    • expressive as possible, and attached to it, a serpent’s body,
    • expressed their views, they wrote letters. It is almost incredible
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
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    • motifs of the windows in the Goetheanum expressed in the form of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • finally come to expression in accordance with the stage of culture
    • from the spectators an urgently expressed wish for a building that
    • tell us. In a beautiful and impressive lecture this morning,* you
    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • depended upon the facade, upon the impression made by the
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • as an expression of all that is most precious to man, is embodied in
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
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    • motifs of the windows in the Goetheanum expressed in the form of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • finally come to expression in accordance with the stage of culture
    • from the spectators an urgently expressed wish for a building that
    • tell us. In a beautiful and impressive lecture this morning,* you
    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • the human soul in the different epochs came to expression in the
    • depended upon the facade, upon the impression made by the
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • as an expression of all that is most precious to man, is embodied in
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • trying to express something that is never as separate and complete in
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha. I would fain express it in a parable,
    • depths, was a question unexpressed in words, but felt the more deeply
    • expressed in the words I am now speaking — such was the meaning
    • and he received here upon Earth the living impressions of Christ
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha. I would fain express it in a parable,
    • depths, was a question unexpressed in words, but felt the more deeply
    • expressed in the words I am now speaking — such was the meaning
    • and he received here upon Earth the living impressions of Christ
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    • evolution of the Archangels is expressed and revealed in the changes
    • Now in those far-off times when an element of will came to expression
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • expressions of will. How do we account for this? It was due to the
    • metamorphosed. Words become an expression before all else of sympathy
    • Archangels felt above them came to expression in the world of man in
    • Beings who had either remained behind in evolution or pressed forward
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
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    • evolution of the Archangels is expressed and revealed in the changes
    • Now in those far-off times when an element of will came to expression
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • expressions of will. How do we account for this? It was due to the
    • metamorphosed. Words become an expression before all else of sympathy
    • Archangels felt above them came to expression in the world of man in
    • Beings who had either remained behind in evolution or pressed forward
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • To describe where this mediate influence comes to expression, I may
    • say, it is expressed in our ordinary conceptions and ideas which we
    • comes to expression in man as wrong and evil actions would not be
    • threshold of consciousness. There comes a man, feeling in a depressed
    • which he may not altogether have assimilated, but which he pressed
    • expression in dissatisfactions of one kind or another, surging up
    • stream of life was an instinctive expression of the desire to make it
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • express the thoughts that came forth from Goethe. I did not write my
    • can easily be misunderstood. Above all, we can only express ourselves
    • St. Paul expressed in the words ‘Not I, but Christ in me’,
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    • ethereal or elemental. Whether or not the expression is really
    • To describe where this mediate influence comes to expression, I may
    • say, it is expressed in our ordinary conceptions and ideas which we
    • comes to expression in man as wrong and evil actions would not be
    • threshold of consciousness. There comes a man, feeling in a depressed
    • which he may not altogether have assimilated, but which he pressed
    • expression in dissatisfactions of one kind or another, surging up
    • stream of life was an instinctive expression of the desire to make it
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • express the thoughts that came forth from Goethe. I did not write my
    • can easily be misunderstood. Above all, we can only express ourselves
    • St. Paul expressed in the words ‘Not I, but Christ in me’,
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    • myths. They brought to expression in the form of a myth what they
    • those which are expressed through modern natural science about this
    • are to be found in the myths, and the origin of what they express
    • knowledge of the Egyptians, Greeks and Israelites as expressed by
    • unconscious and unexpressed, underlay the thought and aspirations of
    • have often already expressed it in another form — that is
    • that above all the Egyptians owed to him the suppression of
    • fact it was expressly stated that Osiris did not spread them by the
    • understood what the Egyptians expressed! A Greek would never have
    • expressly turned the soul's gaze beyond death. To the people of Egypt
    • the individuality of a super-sensible being; this had expressed
    • at the same time there was expressed in this consciousness a
    • what it was sought to express through the Greek mythology, what it
    • was also sought to express through the Osiris-mythology of the
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    • already to the time in which it was natural for men to express in
    • consciousness in fact expressed in imaginative myths facts about
    • Phoenicia back to Egypt. A deep wisdom is expressed in such a myth, a
    • that which has become the abstract script. This no longer expresses
    • to express the sense world — namely, the ordinary
    • concept in the abstract script has also found expression in the
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
    • know, the expression in the boys of an organic process, which occurs
    • expression physically in the change of voice.
    • changed, but that what today only enters, presses into, the region of
    • those ancient times pressed also into the thoughts, the conceptual
    • to expression in celestial happenings, in star-constellations.
    • That decadence of man which is expressed in the modern attitude to
    • the sex problem, and that greatest decadence which is expressed in
    • strength to express the Light-Imaginations; the air has — one
    • celestial. This came to expression in the most everyday concepts. A
    • were to be placed under the star-constellations as expressions of
    • the truth contained in them. What is expressed by the nationalistic
    • how this sign is connected with what it wants to express. And so one
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    • expression, but which underlie the poetic myths of Egypt and Greece,
    • is expressed in the fact that these ancient ages evolved the
    • inscription that should express the being of Isis: ‘I am the
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    • where I quoted the often harsh-sounding expressions of Plato for the
    • expression then came to an end for men living on the physical plane;
    • — if the expression is not misunderstood. If we grasp things in
    • connected with what comes to expression in the Crab, in the
    • forces which man expresses through his symmetry.
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    • from it. This consequence was not so pressing in the Greco-Latin age;
    • year through his natural forces. It becomes more and more pressing,
    • influenced at that time by two main historical impressions. On the
    • one's whole feeling, and to grow up under this impression. It is of
    • expressed in the course of these weeks, but which in the course of
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    • which expresses something, which discloses something, which wants to
    • an expression for the whole comprehensive being of man. And one can
    • spherical form. If one desires to express in a diagram what the human
    • observe a fatal accident... again it sounds strange but it expresses
    • express themselves in a very special way upon many things connected
    • and slowly as heart-man. And if the dead wish to express what really
    • expressing to you. Reflect that the human being grows up today under
    • not yet got, and which will bring to expression, not abstractly, but
    • earth I stand as human being, but as man I am the expression of the
    • whole star-strewn universal space: the whole world expresses itself
    • respects he could even express right ideas with ringing words —
    • he says expressly, ‘opposing spiritual powers’. For in
    • Jesus is expressed in countless songs and so on. There is nothing to
    • life. And that is the modern socialism, expressed as
    • is concerned, it comes to expression in feelings of sympathy and
    • There was a Czardom — my dear friends, I will now express it
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    • forces of soul and spirit are expressed for clairvoyance in a
    • intelligent geologists have expressed their view that the earth is
    • not so direct might be thus expressed: ‘No, one really dare not
    • again I express myself somewhat drastically) that ever since he has
    • Aphorisms of Novalis you find the beautiful expression — I have
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    • expression, it strikes against the outer limits of our spiritual-soul
    • astral body. As I expressed it in yesterday's lecture,
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • outer visible expression between heaven and earth. Our head points
    • takes place when the pressure of inhalation causes the brain fluid to
    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • expressed analogous to the blind man's conception of color,
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • enough, something crops up that could be expressed by a phrase often
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    • expression, it strikes against the outer limits of our spiritual-soul
    • astral body. As I expressed it in yesterday's lecture,
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • outer visible expression between heaven and earth. Our head points
    • takes place when the pressure of inhalation causes the brain fluid to
    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • expressed analogous to the blind man's conception of color,
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • enough, something crops up that could be expressed by a phrase often
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    • impression of being awake during this period, but what is going on in
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • indicate that what comes to expression in speech is connected with
    • action was not good! This is an expression of the element of soul and
    • daily speech he produces no words to express ideals, so that language
    • the opportunity, if I may so express it, of union with the Archangel
    • idealism is expressed in his speech.
    • expressed in the constant falls during the process of learning to
    • into learning to walk. For learning to walk is one expression of how
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • Divine-Spiritual world is expressed. I say to myself: When, during
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    • impression of being awake during this period, but what is going on in
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • indicate that what comes to expression in speech is connected with
    • action was not good! This is an expression of the element of soul and
    • daily speech he produces no words to express ideals, so that language
    • the opportunity, if I may so express it, of union with the Archangel
    • idealism is expressed in his speech.
    • expressed in the constant falls during the process of learning to
    • into learning to walk. For learning to walk is one expression of how
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • Divine-Spiritual world is expressed. I say to myself: When, during
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    • said and done, it is more honest to reject than to express hollow
    • here and there, have had some inkling. Herder was one who expressed
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • only very poorly express, however deeply Schopenhauer may have felt
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • the moulding of his words, then we are hearing an expression of his
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    • said and done, it is more honest to reject than to express hollow
    • here and there, have had some inkling. Herder was one who expressed
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • only very poorly express, however deeply Schopenhauer may have felt
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • the moulding of his words, then we are hearing an expression of his
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    • Let me first of all express regret that I am unable to speak to you
    • To begin with, I want to express my heart-felt thanks for the cordial
    • easily misunderstandings arise. For these reasons I want to express
    • The wish was expressed that this lecture should deal with the theme
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • faculty of thinking which comes to expression in ordinary memory, but
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • external sense-impressions.
    • when our attention is directed to external sense-impressions,
    • is given up to these sense-impressions. But if, having turned our
    • attention away from these outer sense-impressions, we engage in the
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • briefly: in this very experience of oppression we begin to be aware
    • of reality. If there is no sense of oppression, we have merely a
    • of this oppression all that was previously within us in the form of
    • that they simply bring suppressed nerve-forces to the surface, and
    • fashion but the oppression makes us feel the reality — because
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • little by little in suppressing not only single images, in emptying
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    • Let me first of all express regret that I am unable to speak to you
    • To begin with, I want to express my heart-felt thanks for the cordial
    • easily misunderstandings arise. For these reasons I want to express
    • The wish was expressed that this lecture should deal with the theme
    • one possessed of real knowledge they may be merely impressions made
    • faculty of thinking which comes to expression in ordinary memory, but
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • external sense-impressions.
    • when our attention is directed to external sense-impressions,
    • is given up to these sense-impressions. But if, having turned our
    • attention away from these outer sense-impressions, we engage in the
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • briefly: in this very experience of oppression we begin to be aware
    • of reality. If there is no sense of oppression, we have merely a
    • of this oppression all that was previously within us in the form of
    • that they simply bring suppressed nerve-forces to the surface, and
    • fashion but the oppression makes us feel the reality — because
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • little by little in suppressing not only single images, in emptying
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    • task, as I have expressed myself yesterday, in justifying its
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • expression, below the surface of the materialistic civilisation; this
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    • task, as I have expressed myself yesterday, in justifying its
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • expression, below the surface of the materialistic civilisation; this
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    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • is built in such a way that its forms are an artistic expression of
    • in particular expresses something that should completely fill
    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • That is to say, everything is an expression of the soul. Just as we
    • expresses that everything up there is mobile. In this Being, the
    • not say: that these sculptures express “this or that”,
    • to Lucifer and Ahriman. For that reason, it is impossible to express
    • significant, for they must express something significant. At first we
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
    • expressed in our Building. You will see in it the artistic expression
    • pragmatic words that express what the present time, so fraught with
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    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • is built in such a way that its forms are an artistic expression of
    • in particular expresses something that should completely fill
    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • That is to say, everything is an expression of the soul. Just as we
    • expresses that everything up there is mobile. In this Being, the
    • not say: that these sculptures express “this or that”,
    • to Lucifer and Ahriman. For that reason, it is impossible to express
    • significant, for they must express something significant. At first we
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
    • expressed in our Building. You will see in it the artistic expression
    • pragmatic words that express what the present time, so fraught with
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    • expressed this more or less as follows. I said that Jacob Boehme
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • these expressions — salt, mercury, sulphur — still mean
    • This salt dissolves. In the salts, the cosmic thoughts are expressed
    • Boehme expressed in halting language that which in olden times was an
    • no more than express it in halting language.
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • times men did not use the abstract word think to express
    • understand it and could only express it in faltering words.
    • in him into a true conception of the universe. And he expressed in
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    • expressed this more or less as follows. I said that Jacob Boehme
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • these expressions — salt, mercury, sulphur — still mean
    • This salt dissolves. In the salts, the cosmic thoughts are expressed
    • Boehme expressed in halting language that which in olden times was an
    • no more than express it in halting language.
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • times men did not use the abstract word think to express
    • understand it and could only express it in faltering words.
    • in him into a true conception of the universe. And he expressed in
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    • to think of personal matters. Allow me, first of all, to express
    • realities, these are truths. These realities should be well impressed
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    • realities, these are truths. These realities should be well impressed
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    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • lecture given at Dornach, 15th November, 1919: “An impression
    • experiences is this: the surrounding world presses in upon one, as if
    • Applied to the experience beyond the Threshold, this would express
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    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • lecture given at Dornach, 15th November, 1919: “An impression
    • experiences is this: the surrounding world presses in upon one, as if
    • Applied to the experience beyond the Threshold, this would express
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    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • physical world, we have the impression that our physical body falls
    • away from us when we die; in a similar way we now have the impression
    • impressions upon the whole world, while we are experiencing our
    • we have an important and impressive experience in this connection.
    • universe, even what we experience in this manner, is impressive and
    • dunces (excuse this expression!), gigantic dunces between birth and
    • expression of an event connected with the Gods; it forms part of that
    • impression. Now we acquire it spiritually, through the fact that our
    • etheric being, outside makes an impression upon us. The impression
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the impression
    • that we have cast off — but this is not the right expression; it
    • also experience something else. Although the expression which I shall
    • more general expression, let me nevertheless use this word:
    • gauged, if we could feel (excuse this trivial expression, but it
    • they should, instead, give us a soul-impression of the loftiness and
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • the external expression within this earthly part. Woven into it, is,
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    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • physical world, we have the impression that our physical body falls
    • away from us when we die; in a similar way we now have the impression
    • impressions upon the whole world, while we are experiencing our
    • we have an important and impressive experience in this connection.
    • universe, even what we experience in this manner, is impressive and
    • dunces (excuse this expression!), gigantic dunces between birth and
    • expression of an event connected with the Gods; it forms part of that
    • impression. Now we acquire it spiritually, through the fact that our
    • etheric being, outside makes an impression upon us. The impression
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other half of
    • the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the impression
    • that we have cast off — but this is not the right expression; it
    • also experience something else. Although the expression which I shall
    • more general expression, let me nevertheless use this word:
    • gauged, if we could feel (excuse this trivial expression, but it
    • they should, instead, give us a soul-impression of the loftiness and
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • the external expression within this earthly part. Woven into it, is,
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    • Finnish nation. This stage of culture is expressed in the epic poem
    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • expressing this uniform character in the qualities of its character,
    • the cosmos cannot be expressed more significantly than it has been
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • best of all expressed in the letters, or in the sound “UUO”,
    • expressed with the sound “S”, or the Hebrew “Shin”,
    • and the penetrating element in general is expressed, with the “S”
    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • may, thus, gain an impression of all that had to occur inwardly, in
    • expresses in a wonderful way the truth that the Finnish nation had to
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • Wainamoinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen express how this threefold
    • in countless of these soul-expressions, the instruments through which
    • encounter in Nature as an expression of the spirit, we can understand
    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
    • we consider it as the expression, as the countenance of the human
    • meaning of these forms. They are the expression of an inner being.
    • create forms expressing that which lives in the inner being of Nature
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    • Finnish nation. This stage of culture is expressed in the epic poem
    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • expressing this uniform character in the qualities of its character,
    • the cosmos cannot be expressed more significantly than it has been
    • expressed in “Kalevala”. But in the north, this had to be
    • at that time — expressed in an entirely different way and on an
    • best of all expressed in the letters, or in the sound “UUO”,
    • expressed with the sound “S”, or the Hebrew “Shin”,
    • and the penetrating element in general is expressed, with the “S”
    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • may, thus, gain an impression of all that had to occur inwardly, in
    • expresses in a wonderful way the truth that the Finnish nation had to
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • Wainamoinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen express how this threefold
    • in countless of these soul-expressions, the instruments through which
    • encounter in Nature as an expression of the spirit, we can understand
    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
    • we consider it as the expression, as the countenance of the human
    • meaning of these forms. They are the expression of an inner being.
    • create forms expressing that which lives in the inner being of Nature
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    • its highest expression, he cannot help asking at the same time for a
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
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    • its highest expression, he cannot help asking at the same time for a
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
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    • our having perceived the man with our senses, we received impressions [not
    • This is expressed in his consciousness when he says: I have seen this face
    • compressed the physical body to the etheric body; and because the spirits
    • give expression to them at this turning point of the year; for the Festival
    • runs its course. It cannot be sufficiently, or too frequently impressed on
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
    • depresses one is, that the method of communication that we have chosen, and
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
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    • our having perceived the man with our senses, we received impressions [not
    • This is expressed in his consciousness when he says: I have seen this face
    • compressed the physical body to the etheric body; and because the spirits
    • give expression to them at this turning point of the year; for the Festival
    • runs its course. It cannot be sufficiently, or too frequently impressed on
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
    • depresses one is, that the method of communication that we have chosen, and
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
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    • the retaining of a mental image or a thought or impression. Certainly
    • experience you often have if one or another idea or impression has,
    • this task of retaining the impressions and thoughts in man, when the
    • that man receives impressions. Man always has to receive impressions,
    • for the whole of education is based on impressions and on the
    • impressions we need the astral body, but in order to retain these
    • impressions, so that they do not disappear again, we need the etheric
    • through the impressions of education, through man's spiritual
    • the impressions of education gradually begins to participate in the
    • world does not make much impression, and whose education has
    • energetic through many impressions asserts itself, and its inner
    • they were young they received impressions with lively interest. There
    • impression he receives, and so the impression just stays there. It
    • made an impression on you since your childhood, every day of your
    • in you, as well as all the other impressions you have received, even
    • mental picture we have formed of an external impression, and now have
    • impressions either, of course. It would not be able to forget,
    • taken in and absorbed. It is the same with mental impressions. If,
    • for instance, a man could receive impressions and never get them out
    • be able to get certain impressions out of his mind because he is
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    • blood is the expression of the ego nature of man. And if Goethe's
    • the expression of entirely different things. If the glands are the
    • expression, the physical counterpart, of the etheric body, then even
    • for in the blood that is the expression of a much higher member of
    • of the living essence within the organism. Blood is the expression of
    • way — in the expression of the ego, the blood. Then there are
    • astral body and which therefore affect the external expression of the
    • that comes to expression in the nervous system, the external image of
    • connected with its external expression, the blood, appear as a rule —
    • you know that the nerve is the expression of the astral body and seek
    • come to expression in man's glands. As a rule these illnesses have
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    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • nature as soft as wax, he became more or less an impress of his
    • away, unless they are very impressionable. This was different in
    • impressionable. Then he would really be able to take into his
    • compressed into the inter-working of the sexes, so that
    • colour, is the revelation, the external expression of something
    • external sense impressions, he perceived the spiritual. When he
    • external objects which are the outer expression of these. They learnt
    • expresses will be the environment. Imagine, though, that he shuts
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    • period of twenty-four hours, still expressed today in the alternation
    • of a physical nature is an expression of those beings — had to
    • expression in the movement of the moon. The changing illumination of
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
    • places, and this is expressed in the temperature.
    • fever is now suppressed. Through the fact that the particular part of
    • the fever. The opposing rhythm of the body now suppresses the
    • suppressed. Whilst in a healthy person an ascending process is
    • days. At one time everything outside him made a great impression on
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    • gather its forces because there is no enemy to fight. The expressing
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • you to look at the fact of the lungs being an expression of the
    • astral body. The actual expression of the astral body is of course
    • expresses itself in four times seven. In the case of other illnesses
    • belong together then their forces, which are the expression of their
    • essential in olden times for man to be like an impress of the cosmos.
    • if we call the outer expression of spirit ‘nature’ —
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    • of these members comes to expression in certain organs and organ
    • expression, and what he has learnt from life can really be carried
    • planted in him want to come to expression. But let us assume it has
    • come to expression. But an essential organ is missing. So what
    • discontent, as though part of the soul could not come to expression
    • look beneath the surface at the kind of thing expressed in
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
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    • little, to come to expression in the human being after birth.
    • expression in today's subject, laughing and weeping. In the first
    • and works on it to make it a vehicle of expression. It is just this
    • expression of the characteristics of his physical ancestors but also
    • and weeping are nothing less than a delicate, intimate expression of
    • expressed in the desire to defend himself and restore the balance.
    • expression of sorrow, for example. You would have to examine sorrow
    • it. For example, sorrow can be the expression of being forsaken by
    • body, compresses it as it were, to defend itself against being
    • forsaken. This is the expression of sorrow leading to tears, that the
    • everything spiritual in man finds expression in the body, and the
    • these qualities we have been describing are expressed in bodily
    • can see that this is so in man's changing facial expressions. Look at
    • an expression of intelligence on its face as a human being, unless he
    • from out of his ego this also appears physically in the expression of
    • his face. The normal facial expression and muscular tension that a
    • physiognomical expression of that slackening of the astral body that
    • give him his normal expression. When the astral body relaxes its
    • expression of the ego's inner work on the astral body. When the
    • astral body is compressed by the ego in the grip of sorrow, this
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    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • it works at the Equator. We get the impression of tremendous
    • such a way that he could come to best expression within it. Therefore
    • beings congregated who, if I may express it this way, laid no claim
    • physical size expressed the inability to retain the spiritual. In
    • and so on, in such a way that they could become the expression of an
    • expression in his physiognomy and on the surface of his body, then it
    • passive, self-effacing natures in whom just this passivity expresses
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    • cosmos, as these are expressed in man. And to start with I should
    • instrument capable of connecting external impressions in a definite
    • bell, for instance, but the impression of the sound and the sight of
    • world. The lion has something in his astral body that expresses
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    • by backward Luciferic Spirits who suppress the consciousness proper
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    • come to expression through us. Hence it is also necessary, if we are
    • new impressions are made upon us. It is in exceptional circumstances
    • only that we, on our side, seek for impressions and do with objects
    • mobility, and thus adopts a certain posture. The impression may well
    • evolutionary process most aptly express the activity of the Ego and
    • when we know that this figure gives expression to the ‘life-body’,
    • he was giving expression to true insight. After all, it is not so
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    • is kindled by the counter-pressure of our body. Our ‘I’
    • our ‘I’-consciousness to the fact that we press inwardly
    • into our bodily constitution and experience the counter-pressure from
    • what comes to expression in the bodily constitution. The fact that at
    • impresses the meaning of this utterance forcibly upon us. From then
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    • follow that an individual feels exactly what he expresses in his
    • between the astral body and the ‘I’ expresses itself as a
    • feeling of depression, dissatisfaction with oneself. After death, the
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • strong impression upon us, another a weaker impression. Effects are
    • far rather have made a most striking impression upon you? If we knew
    • happened to miss. This may make a deep impression upon him and such
    • receive from the spiritual world impressions from human beings who
    • receptive to impressions coming from the spiritual world. If,
    • our existence on Earth, for the soul to express itself. But it is
    • that would enable the soul to express itself.
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1963.]
    • pressed outwards in order to undergo
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • spectacle is a kind of pictorial expression of the fact that the
    • worked upon them, not merely the sensory impressions made by what
    • the suppression of this direct experience and the development during
    • followed by further suppression of the ancient remembrances.
    • into consciousness by valid methods the forgotten impressions
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    • to be transmitted of the old form of Buddhism came to expression in
    • Assisi, especially what is so impressive about him because of its
    • use a paradoxical expression — their adherence to Francis of
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    • by backward Luciferic Spirits who suppress the consciousness proper
    • upright, walk, speak and think, he is an expression of the form
    • are so strong and forceful that they suppress the consciousness
    • suppress this consciousness, the human being at this stage of his
    • indication of very marked development, coming to expression in
    • the part of the human being which expresses itself through gestures —
    • pp. 137–161 in the Rudolf Steiner Press
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    • it comes to expression in the completion of the outermost principle —
    • any actual impression. This is something of which account can be
    • centuries ago. It is what we today mean by the expression ‘public
    • fact it exists in a much more oppressive form in our time than it did
    • was most wonderfully expressed in the esoteric teaching of St. Paul.
    • as the second line of the Rosicrucian formula expresses it. And so in
    • thinking that comes to expression as public opinion. The function of
    • the future, men will be still more exposed to the pressure of public
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    • characteristic of which can be expressed in words somewhat as
    • outer world; it is the manifested expression of divine mysteries. And
    • process of coming into existence. The shattering impression received
    • being — this shattering impression is due to the fact that the
    • impressions from the spiritual world crowded in upon them. It was
    • will come when men will lose interest in the direct impressions of
    • fettered to the direct sense-impression but that everything resolves
    • given on 14th August, 1872, you will find a peculiar expression for
    • something that Laplace already described, the expression
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    • made a deep impression upon people who considered themselves
    • way the subject is expressed it may often, in a certain respect,
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    • sense-impressions. If you ‘think away’ everything that
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • be memories of earlier sense-impressions. If, therefore, you think
    • about how much of what is yielded by sense-impressions is left in the
    • these impressions after death. Recall any sense-impressions
    • idea of how little of what the sense-impressions have conveyed is
    • significance of the sense-impressions falls away as well. But because
    • the human being still clings to his sense-impressions and retains a
    • 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
    • sense-impressions in a world for the experience of which the
    • sense-impressions but still longs to think in the way that is
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1963.]
    • expression is the ‘I am Brahman’, you will be able, if
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
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    • is printed at the end of the book. What is expressed there also
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    • The expression occurs in an old legend of Parsifal
    • conveyed in the expression “ganganda greida” — i.e.
    • sense-impressions and the finest activities of the mineral, extracts,
    • with the purest sense-impressions, impressions which come to us
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    • contradictions which have a depressing effect just when we want to
    • what I expressed by saying: The nature of this Mystery lies far, far
    • full activity within oneself, the impression is received that neither
    • world, you may refuse to know anything about clairvoyant impressions,
    • you may shut out all physical impressions — with thoughts you can live
    • impression on one, there appears again, shining over Devachan, the
    • tradition of the Mystery of Golgotha but can be expressed thus: Yes,
    • documents one can still get an impression of its endless depth. We
    • gives an impression of rabbinical subtleties, far too intricate for a
    • liberty of expressing his outlook, somewhat like this: “I
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    • known what it was all about. And since one cannot properly express in
    • understanding. That is radically expressed, but anyone ready to enter
    • into the Roman epoch is so preeminently an expression of a well
    • forth from the soul-life all that can be expressed in clear, lucid,
    • expressed? Here is human passion kindling out of the unconscious
    • much more effectively expressed in paintings and other forms of art
    • expression in the immediate circumference of the Earth, and if one
    • though the Damascus vision had come to expression through him; as
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    • For example, the eye would have been so impressed and
    • resolved (if we may use this expression, for of course all these
    • expressions are taken from human speech and cannot fully convey what
    • have been maddened by an excess of will, or confused by repressed
    • came to expression in song. For the right co-operation of brain and
    • expression of harmony in thinking, feeling and willing. The Healer,
    • which the Ego-force could come to necessary expression on Earth. The
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    • expressed now in the fruitfulness of the Earth, is what draws them,
    • to expression in ancient Hebrew prophecy.
    • souls the spirit of the elements and bring it to expression —
    • these are the forces that the old Jewish Prophets wanted to repress.
    • of his training — to suppress in himself the Sibylline urge and
    • to suppress everything Pythian in their souls and to cultivate solely
    • inculcated in their pupils — to suppress the Sibylline element,
    • this find expression? Not as inspiration, so that morality springs
    • reappeared as John the Baptist? And are we not expressly told of this
    • expression, “He sent his angel before him”, is even more
    • expression of Geology. If one really feels how the oil penetrates the
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    • Hebrew prophets strove to suppress the Sibylline forces and to bring
    • — to press back the chaotic Sibylline forces and to bring out
    • sufficiently to make an impression on their consciousness?
    • in Rome under the strong impression made on me by Michelangelo's
    • of it. It was spoken — and it made a deep impression on me —
    • deep impression on me and I felt I had to relate it to the ‘ganganda
    • it — through its symbolical expression in the stellar script —
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    • yield us the Grail. I have expressly emphasised — and I beg you
    • out of the elements anything more than is expressed in the moon
    • what an impression the Sibylline power of the Maid of Orleans made on
    • experienced unconsciously might be expressed as follows: ‘Yes,
    • (although he could not have expressed it in these words, since the
    • forms or impressions of itself in all directions, and in this way
    • harmony is God, and He has impressed on all souls an inner harmony as
    • much for the way in which they were expressed in daily life as for
    • upon her knees and let us then express it thus: He who can feel the
    • secret that was to be expressed in the words entrusted to Parsifal in
    • the soul. When we express what we know how to say today about our
    • world-conception is seeking; we shall gradually press on further and
    • were expressed in terms of strict earthly geography, it would show
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    • forth the connection of cause and effect that comes to expression in
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • see how Ahriman presses into the Sun-evolution and how one has to
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • So do I being the Evil to expression
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    • forth the connection of cause and effect that comes to expression in
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • see how Ahriman presses into the Sun-evolution and how one has to
    • expression is our personal destiny, how we bear this through still
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • So do I being the Evil to expression
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    • and that alone remains, if I may so express it, the Moon's secret; it
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • Vedanta philosophy; we press on to the primal revelations hidden
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • shocked when any impression from the external universe attempts to
    • would-be partner. It is very difficult to express these things,
    • expression in his qualities of heart and in his temperament. On the
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    • and that alone remains, if I may so express it, the Moon's secret; it
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • Vedanta philosophy; we press on to the primal revelations hidden
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • shocked when any impression from the external universe attempts to
    • would-be partner. It is very difficult to express these things,
    • expression in his qualities of heart and in his temperament. On the
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    • of the human spirit, however, something else makes a clear impression
    • significant impression on me.
    • — to press on from what we might call his position in
    • knowledge, at these boundaries of knowledge, to press on from
    • of the spirit can often be expressed only by means of comparison.
    • it by way of sense impressions.
    • inner exercise (if I may use the expression) in order really to
    • have the feeling about this mental image that it expresses something
    • brain corresponds with the impressions of the soul; but the soul has
    • needs ground and footing upon which it expresses itself during the
    • world view was in relation to what preceded it. When we have pressed
    • the development of the soul presses on from ordinary consciousness to
    • when they come to expression in machines, in tools, which are also
    • expressions like, ‘a struggle for existence,’
    • life, using these expressions like daily bread, without influencing
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    • through them and by them, if I may use the expression; for him they
    • American people (as is said today when the expression
    • by the press, but it is informed by the press in such a way that the
    • the press, but it is intended to show that the press is connected
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    • impressions of grief and sorrow are added to what we have experienced
    • day by day. All the impressions and feelings which we experience in
    • People often express this by saying: “I shall
    • it is a fact that the impression which the human being receives owing
    • ask the following question (let me use this expression, which is of
    • must acquire forces of his own. For this reason (I can express it in
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • impressions of grief and sorrow are added to what we have experienced
    • day by day. All the impressions and feelings which we experience in
    • People often express this by saying: “I shall
    • it is a fact that the impression which the human being receives owing
    • ask the following question (let me use this expression, which is of
    • must acquire forces of his own. For this reason (I can express it in
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • unaware of it, we constantly receive impressions from the elemental
    • so do we receive continual impressions from the elemental world,
    • all the impressions of the human beings with who we have ever been,
    • imaginations it provides. For the impressions we receive immediately
    • the imaginations to make an impression on him. For this can only be
    • the impression of the handwriting, or of something else in which the
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • inner being. To impress our own habits on any man who is ‘of
    • trite expression, we may say: the past is rumbling on — the
    • paradoxical expression). To work intuitively upon other beings
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    • unaware of it, we constantly receive impressions from the elemental
    • so do we receive continual impressions from the elemental world,
    • all the impressions of the human beings with who we have ever been,
    • imaginations it provides. For the impressions we receive immediately
    • the imaginations to make an impression on him. For this can only be
    • the impression of the handwriting, or of something else in which the
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • inner being. To impress our own habits on any man who is ‘of
    • trite expression, we may say: the past is rumbling on — the
    • paradoxical expression). To work intuitively upon other beings
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    • impressive. But these super-intelligent beings show a mastery
    • differentiate them from one another; they do not express any
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    • impressive. But these super-intelligent beings show a mastery
    • differentiate them from one another; they do not express any
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    • us, here in the physical world, as an expression of his whole being.
    • In regard to the physical world, we have the impression
    • way we now have the impression that our etheric body too falls away
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • During those days we have an important and impressive
    • in this manner is impressive and lofty, it is an overwhelming and
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • strides is the external expression of an event connected with the
    • more external, physical impression. Now we acquire it spiritually,
    • through the fact that our etheric being outside makes an impression
    • upon us. This impression which is thus made upon us is, to begin
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • half of the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the
    • impression lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our
    • — but this is not the right expression; it is, however,
    • experience something else. Although the expression which I shall now
    • general expression, let me nevertheless use this word; while we
    • trivial expression, but it conveys what I wish to say) in the pink
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    • us, here in the physical world, as an expression of his whole being.
    • In regard to the physical world, we have the impression
    • way we now have the impression that our etheric body too falls away
    • It lives in the world and stamps its impressions upon the whole
    • During those days we have an important and impressive
    • in this manner is impressive and lofty, it is an overwhelming and
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • strides is the external expression of an event connected with the
    • more external, physical impression. Now we acquire it spiritually,
    • through the fact that our etheric being outside makes an impression
    • upon us. This impression which is thus made upon us is, to begin
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • entirely different impression; he has, as it were, the other
    • half of the impression and feels hurt. The second half of the
    • impression lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our
    • — but this is not the right expression; it is, however,
    • experience something else. Although the expression which I shall now
    • general expression, let me nevertheless use this word; while we
    • trivial expression, but it conveys what I wish to say) in the pink
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    • We may express this with the paradox words: — “If
    • nothing which is in any way depressing; on the contrary, this death
    • of the more purely soul-impression made upon us — let us say by
    • colours — but also by other sense-impressions. Of course
    • surface, the impression it leaves will not be the same as that left
    • colour-impressions with a fine feeling — that we can penetrate
    • into this blue with our soul forces, that we can press through it.
    • have this impression, that we enter into something; yet, at the same
    • also experience other sense-impressions; but, for the moment, we are
    • them in connection with other sense-impressions, he would likewise
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • is the starting-point of your impression. Then you are able to think
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • apparatus, when he receives the impression, so that one can establish
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • of an impression of blue), but we do experience the moral effect
    • to notice more particularly this moral impression of colours, this
    • artist works out of the soul-impression of the colours. In this case,
    • that, because he has called forth a particular soul-impression, he
    • because he has called forth this or that soul-impression.
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    • We may express this with the paradox words: — “If
    • nothing which is in any way depressing; on the contrary, this death
    • of the more purely soul-impression made upon us — let us say by
    • colours — but also by other sense-impressions. Of course
    • surface, the impression it leaves will not be the same as that left
    • colour-impressions with a fine feeling — that we can penetrate
    • into this blue with our soul forces, that we can press through it.
    • have this impression, that we enter into something; yet, at the same
    • also experience other sense-impressions; but, for the moment, we are
    • them in connection with other sense-impressions, he would likewise
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • is the starting-point of your impression. Then you are able to think
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • apparatus, when he receives the impression, so that one can establish
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • of an impression of blue), but we do experience the moral effect
    • to notice more particularly this moral impression of colours, this
    • artist works out of the soul-impression of the colours. In this case,
    • that, because he has called forth a particular soul-impression, he
    • because he has called forth this or that soul-impression.
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    • Swiss nation-spirit? He would describe in abstract expressions a few
    • learnt to master the sentient body or astral body, by pressing into
    • we wish to use the technical expressions of occultism — the
    • to justify this expression. These higher spiritual Beings who give
    • expressed in the productions, the attributes and the character of a
    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
    • and we have seen how care is taken that these Beings may express
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    • of impression, a kind of reflection of this work of the Folk-spirits
    • expressed in some form or other. And this physical form in which the
    • work, the activity of these beings is expressed, must also in some
    • He works into it in such a way that his power expresses
    • express in words, that by which he shows himself to be a member of
    • credible and clear; one has to express everything in words which can
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    • reflection of this Folk-spirit is expressed in human individuality
    • instruments, and these express themselves in such a way, that in the
    • From an external description, therefore, we now press on
    • there is no such thing as the so-called world of impressions, or what
    • thus receive impressions. But what he does experience may be thus
    • expressed in words, ‘Something is now approaching me from a
    • impressions of it by means of his senses, it does not exist at all to
    • stimulated by outer impressions. That too, which is aroused
    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • are to him as the world impression of warmth and cold are to the
    • many different shades of folk character can find their expression.
    • who expresses himself in the Spirit of the Age becomes, so to speak,
    • for history is in reality only an external expression, a maya, for
    • temperament of the people expressed in the several personalities, we
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    • the specific attributes of the various races expressed in all
    • characteristics are not only expressed in the influences of the
    • under the influence of these forces, but they nevertheless impress
    • curve, and it expresses the law according to which our earth acts
    • in the small boy is compressed into a narrow space, must first expand
    • physically. Afterwards his development is pressed into his inner
    • a remarkable law when we follow this curve. We find it expressed even
    • physical must be compressed. Thus we see, that as civilization
    • mankind is spread out, is compressed into smaller dimensions. We
    • goes towards the West, the more does it strive towards compression;
    • mysteries of spiritual evolution. But with the compression towards
    • great mystery is expressed when it is said who Plato was with respect
    • a Caucasian, this expresses, if we understand the law underlying it,
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • man into an earth-man. Herein is expressed how, by this co-operative
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    • which expresses itself on the surface of our earth by the fact that
    • formative light, the trinity of the second hierarchy press in from
    • been expressed in quite a special way by means of a geometrical
    • secret of this mission is expressed in the fact that through this
    • for this reason that the Mystery of the Earth is usually expressed
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    • essential ‘ I ’-man would express himself. But
    • man is originally destined and organized by the Elohim to express in
    • glandular system, and there are expressed the forces which originate
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • in that part of the nervous system which we sum up in the expression
    • indirectly through the sense-impressions and streams out from thence
    • certain way to a real conclusion, to a dying away. The expression of
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
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    • which was later expressed as Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. Look at the
    • whole is expressed in our Anthroposophy by our recognition of a
    • which at the present time are really only still expressed in the
    • tendencies which were expressed later in the unique form of the
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    • everywhere only the mere externals are compared. The impression made
    • by the Greek expressions: Dynamis and Kyriotetes. They looked up to
    • expresses itself directly in sound. Odin at his initiation obtained
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • acquired speech through the corresponding Archangel, is expressed in
    • that presses through into the ‘ I ’ and
    • body together, is expressed in the Germanic Scandinavian mythology
    • anthroposophical teachings, only make use of riper expressions, viz.,
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    • like philosophical formulas, we might express it thus: The Indian
    • one's knowledge, to suppress the ‘ I ’,
    • the various peoples, where these views are expressed in the form of
    • between India and Persia. There at a certain period it is expressed
    • That is the Midgard Serpent, by which is expressed the influence of
    • that which to us is an abstract lie, expressed itself at once as an
    • The expression for everything that was dimness of
    • expressed in the old Germanic Scandinavian mythology as the figure of
    • That is Hela. Thus you have, in fact, expressed in a wonderful way —
    • expressed in the action of the Midgard Serpent, the Fenris Wolf and
    • into the spiritual world has become dimmed by the increasing pressure
    • the Hœnir nature overcame the Balder nature. That is expressed by
    • disappearance of the old unclouded knowledge, is expressed in the
    • memory of something experienced in former times, expressed in plastic
    • elemental nature of the original impressions has been lost. The old
    • began to spread abroad, that which is expressed in the Balder myth,
    • Vision of the Future. All this is expressed in a wonderful way, down
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    • because it had a sort of expression of its nature in the etheric
    • the most highly sublimated expression of the Spiritual Soul, and
    • was expressed in Fichte, it was nothing but a precipitation of what
    • impression of this Chinese Empire if you observe it in its evolution,
    • European the impression of being in a preparatory stage, and they put
    • souls of these Eastern European peoples is expressed in the whole
    • no other expression and can think of no other way of picturing the
    • how the Eastern European expresses his tendency of receptivity
    • and everything which has been expressed in the many theological
    • the sixth stage of culture. This has been prophetically expressed in
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    • wonderfully the great occult truths are expressed in its pictures
    • expression of souls descending out of the spiritual surroundings, out
    • interminglings and relationships which were expressed in the mixture
    • In this figure of Freyr is expressed in quite a
    • which express themselves on the physical plane, then it must be
    • all this wonderfully expressed in the pictures of this Germanic
    • receive impressions of which I should like to describe one to you. A
    • if, under the pressure of materialism, the teaching that Christ will
    • the Scandinavian North. Many have expressed that feeling. It is a
    • to the North have received the best possible impression, which was
    • expressed in the words, ‘how much they liked being here in the
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    • distorted in expression — that the apparent isolation of man on earth is not
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
    • can also be expressed as I expressed it just now, by saying that our shadowy
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • expression in the actual shaping and form of the surfaces of things in the
    • herself as an active expression of artistic creation. In connection with the
    • in Goethe's soul and comes to expression in his hymn in prose, entitled Nature,
    • is like the expression of a yearning to receive the Spirit from the cosmic All.
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    • distorted in expression — that the apparent isolation of man on earth is not
    • and Mercury, but they are already pressing forward into the realm of
    • can also be expressed as I expressed it just now, by saying that our shadowy
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • expression in the actual shaping and form of the surfaces of things in the
    • herself as an active expression of artistic creation. In connection with the
    • in Goethe's soul and comes to expression in his hymn in prose, entitled Nature,
    • is like the expression of a yearning to receive the Spirit from the cosmic All.
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • Friends in Norrköping have expressed the wish that on this
    • embrace all that the expression “human soul” signifies
    • If we take the expression comprehensively enough, we
    • impressed itself — and should indeed have impressed itself even
    • able to express it in words: “Since the very beginning of the
    • evolution of humanity and is expressed in the Decalogue, the Ten
    • obscured in darkness. The forces of the human soul had been pressed
    • at the characteristics of this pagan Wisdom, can we not express it by
    • the Greek saying which gives expression to the dread felt by the
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • his feelings concerning it might be expressed as follows: “These
    • In order to express myself quite clearly, I should like
    • And of those ideals we can say: “Yes, as men we give expression
    • A terrible impression is received when with clairvoyant
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    • that” — if I may use a trivial expression — ”is
    • to make a deep impression. What really underlies such a picture? Let
    • something that I can express only in these words: “When I am
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • order to live. Deep truths are indeed expressed in great religious
    • death. Related to death! One could wish that this expression will
    • out entities with the impress of death upon them. And with this
    • impress of death there would have been bound up the moral qualities
    • remains of the single incarnations are all compressed together. Every
    • compressed together. Compress what is rarefied and you will get
    • direct expression of their whole inner being, but they will be able
    • himself, works through them with His being.” If the expression
    • “the forgiveness of sins” is to be an expression of the
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    • the Egyptian Mysteries. Kepler expressed this in a certain connection
    • the solution to the great cosmic secrets, they also expressed it in
    • the autumn equinox. The Egyptians tried to express in this pyramid
    • “Unto us a Saviour is born.” It expresses thereby
    • from its terrible oppression.
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    • actual present, that men give very clear expression to that form of
    • we feel how they express the kind of knowledge with which the wise
    • Novalis who were able to feel and give expression to the poetry and
    • will be human willing permeated by Christ. And it will express itself
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    • the animals this is expressed more in the outer growth and shape, in
    • workings of the earth within him expressed themselves more in his
    • happenings in the world of men as they expressed themselves in the
    • sense-perception. The faculty of outward perception, expressed in the
    • knowledge of the human being which comes to expression in Man as
    • content of the world, however, was expressed in pictures. And if we
    • for the sake of politeness. But he would express the hope that our
    • knowledge, they have also actually suppressed the practical
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    • be the expression of a modern intellectual movement, not merely
    • not actually express, but felt. One who has followed my
    • expressed, namely, of the heaping up of the brain out of the elements
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    • intended to bring to artistic expression that for which it is the
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    • beings.” That would be against the express intention of those who
    • I must expressly lay
    • year 1913 we tried every year to give artistic expression in dramatic
    • is an expression of what it is desired to accomplish. At first it was
    • place which may be expressed in the words: up to that time everyone,
    • hands; but the will only comes to expression in this movement. In its
    • actions. This is no mere image, no merely pictorial expression, but it
    • Time presses, and I
    • in the Dornach building, to express the ideas of spiritual science
    • suppressed, but not destroyed. It must always be born again, however
    • often it may be suppressed.
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    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • science. The philistinism expression in the distinction between the
    • in truths such as have now once more been expressed. He should feel
    • the bodily expression of soul-and-spirit, just as the human body is
    • an expression of soul-and-spirit. Very much was learnt from the Sun.
    • expression to their awareness of this relation of man to the universe
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    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • science. The philistinism expression in the distinction between the
    • in truths such as have now once more been expressed. He should feel
    • the bodily expression of soul-and-spirit, just as the human body is
    • an expression of soul-and-spirit. Very much was learnt from the Sun.
    • expression to their awareness of this relation of man to the universe
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    • they give expression to what man experienced as the activity of his
    • soul. Greek sculpture in general expresses what lies within the soul.
    • expression to the powerful will of Moses as he did. The whole
    • impression is of a leader of his people who fills his people with his
    • is given external expression, and we might well believe that the
    • all that he saw, and which made so deep an impression on him, with an
    • become more inward. This inner deepening he expressed by external
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • inner withdrawal; he cannot leave it as a bare expression; he must
    • actually expressed but the way in which Michelangelo has represented
    • which brings to expression the very nerve of his art, as I have tried
    • of this Sibyl's movements expresses her elemental quality. The
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • In the facial expression of
    • forms so directly to express what was wanted as this juxtaposition of
    • and expressing always the character of the epoch through one of them.
    • survivals of antiquity made a deep impression on him, though he
    • peculiar artistic quality which was the expression of his time; hence
    • expression to what lives in him.
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    • they give expression to what man experienced as the activity of his
    • soul. Greek sculpture in general expresses what lies within the soul.
    • expression to the powerful will of Moses as he did. The whole
    • impression is of a leader of his people who fills his people with his
    • is given external expression, and we might well believe that the
    • all that he saw, and which made so deep an impression on him, with an
    • become more inward. This inner deepening he expressed by external
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • was merely the first expression of his ideas, his feelings; as he
    • inner withdrawal; he cannot leave it as a bare expression; he must
    • actually expressed but the way in which Michelangelo has represented
    • which brings to expression the very nerve of his art, as I have tried
    • of this Sibyl's movements expresses her elemental quality. The
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • In the facial expression of
    • forms so directly to express what was wanted as this juxtaposition of
    • and expressing always the character of the epoch through one of them.
    • survivals of antiquity made a deep impression on him, though he
    • peculiar artistic quality which was the expression of his time; hence
    • expression to what lives in him.
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    • to writing. What you write down expresses something that stands
    • have to set down the signs, the letters that express the objective
    • expression, as revelation, of the world.
    • have a false impression of its sounds. People who follow this course
    • impressions of light. Away with them! These ears — they
    • mistake if we allow atavistic clairvoyant abilities to impress us. We
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    • The depiction of the Dornach building in the press. The formation of
    • lectures had made a great impression on them, and they asked him to
    • presses.
    • its impressions on our senses, and we try to understand this world
    • for another expression than “I perceive,” because it is
    • it, we have the impression that we are perceived. Here on earth we
    • years was to express in our mystery plays what streams through our
    • projected onto a physical stage; to use the common expression, they
    • his poetry in Leipzig late last year, I used an expression in a way
    • knew then in Leipzig that I could use the expression I chose and that
    • reveals a wonderful expression of our world view, but one could
    • In art, we see a physical expression of what the soul can give
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    • existence of such creatures correctly we must know that they express
    • had either restricted themselves to sense impressions or had reached
    • clairvoyance of an earlier age has been suppressed. People with
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    • on clairvoyant research, which is an expression of a soul condition
    • to the reality it expresses just as written words express a reality.
    • mountains, rivers, stars, sun, and moon. The feeling expressed in the
    • — if I may use that expression — and their powers focus
    • matters is what lies behind the veil of perception and is expressed
    • When you express your
    • living thought we express for the thirtieth time has to come to us
    • If you express an idea on
    • in the spiritual world and therefore express only themselves and
    • expresses its innermost nature. This building can only be understood
    • expressing things no longer exists fifty years from now, people will
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    • and upsets, sense impressions, will impulses, feeling, and thinking,
    • divert them from all impressions of the external world and suppress
    • impression on me.
    • but our physical eyes only passively allow impressions to come to
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    • builds up, and thus suppresses it. When we are sleeping, compensation
    • and etheric bodies, which are affected only by the impressions of the
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    • expressive, so eloquent was this physical form. It also bore the
    • impressions and stimulation, usually from nature around me, in part
    • nevertheless made a deep impression on Hamerling's soul.
    • in turn permeated by that beauty; that was what he wanted to express
    • expression. I do not mean physical ugliness, of course; physical
    • able to give meaningful expression to this mood.
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    • them the effects of the strain and pressure caused by the mechanical
    • and suppressed within him.
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • express such-and-such a thing; not, this is how I express it.
    • onwards. The way of giving expression to the ‘I’ changes,
    • spiritual beings press into them. On the wings of words, spiritual
    • Rhine,” what does he mean by this? Surely such an expression
    • expression the “ancient Rhine.”
    • upon the eye; the colours on the wall areas produced the impression.
    • Expression will have to be given to things that entirely escape
    • the degree of perfection with which we can express what we have to
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    • them the effects of the strain and pressure caused by the mechanical
    • and suppressed within him.
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • express such-and-such a thing; not, this is how I express it.
    • onwards. The way of giving expression to the ‘I’ changes,
    • spiritual beings press into them. On the wings of words, spiritual
    • Rhine,” what does he mean by this? Surely such an expression
    • expression the “ancient Rhine.”
    • upon the eye; the colours on the wall areas produced the impression.
    • Expression will have to be given to things that entirely escape
    • the degree of perfection with which we can express what we have to
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    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • actual life any concrete expression of their abstract beliefs. They
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    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • actual life any concrete expression of their abstract beliefs. They
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    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • quality in which the Luciferic power comes to expression. It is a
    • These two qualities, falsehood and envy, are a crass expression of
    • laws already comes to expression in one and the same incarnation,
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • Goethe expressed this in a very fine way by saying: The desires of
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    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • quality in which the Luciferic power comes to expression. It is a
    • These two qualities, falsehood and envy, are a crass expression of
    • laws already comes to expression in one and the same incarnation,
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • Goethe expressed this in a very fine way by saying: The desires of
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    • this experience and this has often been expressed by more
    • the view is that at the same time we have the impression that the
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • the necessary experience; what remains behind is the impression
    • impressions or signs, is still elastic. Consequently we should
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • were impressed on our soul's being in the course of development.
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    • this experience and this has often been expressed by more
    • the view is that at the same time we have the impression that the
    • expression is not quite appropriate, for it is difficult to coin
    • the necessary experience; what remains behind is the impression
    • impressions or signs, is still elastic. Consequently we should
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • were impressed on our soul's being in the course of development.
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    • a false impression of the nature of Anthroposophy. It is as indispensable
    • in spite of the author's express warnings to the contrary. The descriptions
    • astral and etheric find outward expression in the physical
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    • harbour earnest questions. They cannot even express these in clear
    • start with two questions chosen from all the riddles oppressing
    • fullness of impressions that confront man and gradually fill his soul.
    • practised, we deepen this impression made by a study of what Nature
    • expressed in words. All that makes, for our conscious life, the happiness
    • There are those who repress this question, smother it, do not bring
    • it somewhat as follows. Perhaps it can only be expressed in a picture:
    • of its surging, the force with which it rises, gives an impression of
    • matter, making this a vehicle for the radiant expression of the
    • answer them. They hover before me and oppress my soul, for they only
    • a feeling, which, he expressly says, arises when we stand in the
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    • again at man, and the very same impression that the primeval condition of
    • being’ man carries within him. Further: the very same impression
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    • Initiation, expressed in appropriate words, can certainly be understood by
    • who made such an impression on me that I wanted to be like him; or: He
    • made such an impression on me that I wished him off the face of the earth.
    • into action the impression he has made upon us.
    • or antipathy towards then but would like to give expression to our sympathy
    • our previous life. If people only impress our intellect or our aesthetic
    • to expression in a future life on earth.
    • between us. People of whom we cannot dream make only a slight impression
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    • no longer any possibility that the human form, which has been impressed
    • continues through Descartes, and attains a somewhat coquettish expression
    • that the reception of external impressions is continued — to a
    • I may use this somewhat incorrect expression in accordance with the
    • like, but by pressure from without. Here, even in external Nature, we
    • this, but can suppress it again. In suppressing it, however, the external
    • impressions, yet not sleeping — merely ‘waking’. Yet
    • find expression in the solid, fluid and airy ‘men’ and have
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    • the impression that it is due to the etheric that we strive away from
    • Now a mass with this weight, pressing on the delicate blood vessels
    • at the base of the brain, would quite compress them. If our brain actually
    • He does indeed make this impression
    • observe his astral body and this makes upon us the impression I described
    • which he had passed in an express train had disappeared. It is just
    • that express themselves through these images — hear a kind of music
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    • expressed in the alternating states of waking and sleeping. It is from
    • unconscious. There is also what we know as sense impressions —
    • by the senses. Further, there is the expression of the will —
    • the ability to move as an expression of impulses of will.
    • suppressed. The expression of the will is also suppressed; likewise
    • sleep. At most we can say that the dream life finds expression when
    • physical body through sense impressions. And we know too that what may be
    • avoid when you find it accumulated in a room. You express your dislike of
    • is a spiritual, not a physical process; you receive the impression
    • we receive a striking impression. It is as if what confronts the sleeping
    • impression that what we regard as most important for physical, earthly
    • the impressions of our own human being. While we are awake the world
    • expression of his will; but now you look back upon yourself and only
    • as the expression of just the highest entity in man.
    • sleep, intuition and inspiration are suppressed in the ego and astral
    • of the physical world. It can no longer give rise to the impressions
    • You receive a sense impression from without, and a thought links itself
    • thereto. The thought is there; but what lies behind the sense impression
    • ‘impression’ is made. It
    • impressions from all sides. We only attend to a few, but they all attend
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    • symbolic expression to man's inner organs. When we have grasped this,
    • a headache. The interior of the skull is expressed in the vaulted cellar;
    • finds expression now, perhaps years afterwards, in the dream described.
    • you see the action of the ego within a man's life expressed in the way
    • the impression that imagination gives us some-thing created by a great
    • we look into man's inner life we receive the impression that certain
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    • know, lose in memory their vividness, impressiveness, colour, etc.
    • man gazes, to begin with, at his life in mighty, luminous, impressive
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    • new impressions to the memories of past ones! Last, but not least,
    • impressions to the content borne in memory. A great part of educational
    • we may call ‘superhuman’, are participating in it. Pressing
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    • it is expressly said: “The view that freedom of conscience and of
    • following words of Rumelin expressed the conviction of many hundreds
    • that time were expressed by Rumelin in 1875 in the following words:
    • revolt. There it was a question of ceaselessly pressing home the
    • express, so the teacher still remains free in his scientific task in
    • by coach, or by the slow or the express train. One ought to ask
    • express has to end. Under all circumstances it has to end in joining
    • Catholicism on Rome — the suppression in Catholicism of all
    • Pope who suppressed the Jesuit Order irrevocably for all eternity —
    • it does not matter whether he travels by express train or slow train,
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    • that the content of what is there expressed will be made known
    • population an outlook will come about which can be thus expressed:
    • through the whole Roman Catholic press, and this burning of our
    • consequence of the frame of mind expressed in the words “Religion,
    • themselves expressed a desire for Jesuitism. Let me repeat that it
    • suppression of the Jesuit Order by Clement XIV, the Jesuits had, of
    • But in this extraordinary interregnum between the suppression of the
    • suppressed. Now comes something extraordinary. There exist memoirs
    • it was strange that the Jesuit Order should have been suppressed by
    • skies, in spite of the fact that he suppressed the Jesuits.
    • suppressed by this kindly Pope. “One must ask,” says
    • suppression of the Jesuits and why it was permitted?” Now, of
    • probably allowed the suppression of the Jesuit Order by Pope Clement
    • Clement XIV in 1773 had suppressed the Jesuit Order, and his
    • infallibility. Not what the Pope expresses as his private opinion is
    • when he suppressed the Jesuit Order, and Pius VII ‘ex cathedra’
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    • science. But these men suppress their very names; they submerge
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    • beyond the comprehensive expression of what has been implanted in his
    • already who have expressed it as experience. But it will emerge as
    • something directly felt, and then it will become an oppressive
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    • beyond the comprehensive expression of what has been implanted in his
    • already who have expressed it as experience. But it will emerge as
    • something directly felt, and then it will become an oppressive
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    • impression upon each other which worked with the immediacy of a blow.
    • understandable. But under the pressure of authority we shall become
    • is beset with difficulties on account of its pressing forward in a
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
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    • impression upon each other which worked with the immediacy of a blow.
    • understandable. But under the pressure of authority we shall become
    • is beset with difficulties on account of its pressing forward in a
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
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    • [Abridged from The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution, published by Anthroposophic Press, 1984.]
    • normal human being today did not yet exist. Though he did not express it,
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • ascetic suppressed some function of the body by means of physical pain,
    • the bodily functions are suppressed, through ascetic practices, something
    • The ascetics in former times sought spiritual experiences by suppressing
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    • normal human being today did not yet exist. Though he did not express it,
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • ascetic suppressed some function of the body by means of physical pain,
    • the bodily functions are suppressed, through ascetic practices, something
    • The ascetics in former times sought spiritual experiences by suppressing
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    • soul-and-spirit sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • impressing this fact again and again upon man: You are the highest of all
    • upon him; and he must exert himself to overcome the pressure of this
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    • means for bringing to expression man's connection with the worlds beyond
    • soul-and-spirit sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • impressing this fact again and again upon man: You are the highest of all
    • upon him; and he must exert himself to overcome the pressure of this
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    • me in the first place to express my deep satisfaction that this Experimental
    • at all, their idea seems to be — you will forgive the expression
    • varied expressions are composed of the twenty-six letters of the alphabet,
    • I think I may once again express my deep satisfaction at what has been
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    • with the sainfoin, you will find the seed-forming process quite suppressed
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    • in general, you must realise what it is that comes to expression in
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    • stirring implement at hand, it was pressed into service. Rudolf Steiner
    • What impressed
    • thinking to-day. But it does Liebig an injustice. He himself expressed
    • of sap pressure (turgor), only a small step remains to be taken by
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    • Steiner: It is not at all a bad expression; it makes the soil deaf.
    • in this way. In the sphere of vitality — if I may so express it
    • by pressure) should be dissolved in water to a dilution of 3-in-1,000,
    • repeatedly and expressly rejected the use of peat for the improvement
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    • Koberwitz. All this impels me to express our deeply felt thanks to
    • Agriculture Course. We who have come here can express our thanks just
    • wise and intelligent is that which they express! Moreover, the man of
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    • extent. It will not shoot out into blossom but will express itself in
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    • which it finds expression. They do not penetrate to the relationships
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • and this astral impresses itself upon the physical by making use of
    • — a method of spiritual perception. Only he cannot express it.
    • the Earth that which expresses itself in the nitrogen nature. Indeed,
    • plants are so organised as to bring to expression, most of all, what
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    • is impressed by those substances and forces which go out eventually
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • powers, which, pressing inward, are meant to penetrate right into the
    • an impression of the quantitative aspect: I always found, having first
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    • get the dried herb — you will do well before using it to press
    • handfuls of this yarrow-stuff, pressed pretty strongly together, and
    • press them together slightly, and use them in this case without any
    • little. Press them together, sew them up in a bovine mesentery,
    • to cross. Before you make use,of the manure thus prepared, press out
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    • by expressing themselves in this way, and thus leading people's
    • the moment you express such a piece of knowledge — if you are
    • Therefore perhaps I may first express my own satisfaction that you were
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    • could understand the World that is expressed in the
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    • expressions which do not exist in ordinary speech and
    • should be considered. It expresses the fact that man is
    • up. And Libra, the scales, expresses that we seek to
    • here (below), they compress him. But you will recognize in
    • particularly what comes to expression in his limbs and in
    • sign itself, I might say, expresses the gesture; the Lion
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    • expressions which do not exist in ordinary speech and
    • should be considered. It expresses the fact that man is
    • up. And Libra, the scales, expresses that we seek to
    • here (below), they compress him. But you will recognize in
    • particularly what comes to expression in his limbs and in
    • sign itself, I might say, expresses the gesture; the Lion
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    • 1961by ANTHROPOSOPHIC PRESS,
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    • expression of the physical: Saturn. Glandular system as expression
    • of the etheric: Sun. Nervous system as expression of the astral:
    • Moon. Blood system as expression of the ego: Earth. In sleep,
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    • things to be expressed today, but such provinces must be touched upon
    • master, which is not the expression of the human ego but the deed, effect,
    • many — who seem to have no expression or manifestation among the
    • which a man must ponder over a long time if he is to express himself,
    • of these beings flow from their lips — not merely the expression
    • — even in the beholding — one had the impression of how
    • blood is the direct expression of his ego. If however he is not perpetually
    • the expression of man's ego and that it becomes a stronger and stronger
    • expression as the ego itself finds its centre, finds its inner centre
    • that in this way the lymph vessels become the expression of an important
    • rich in carbon that flows in the veins. And as our blood is the expression
    • of our ego, so is the lymph in a certain direction the expression of
    • in one direction. From another aspect the nerve-system is the expression
    • deed, the revelation, the expression, of the astral body is the lymph.
    • clairvoyantly what one calls chyle, that is, the external expression of
    • personalities for clairvoyant vision and they have their expression, their
    • impressions there slip into man at the same time these Saturn spirits
    • indicated in which beings of the higher worlds likewise find their expression
    • you as Saturn beings find their expression in a certain respect in the
    • as an outward physical expression the power to overcome the liver forces.
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    • express it. Speaking in analogy, however, we can say that the forces
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    • the day. To express the sentence in this form would simply strike modern
    • the earth. The sun pressed out and we have now sun, with earth and moon
    • that one of the Sun-Spirits forbore — if I may so express it —
    • soul, and inasmuch as spirit-self presses into the consciousness soul,
    • Anthroposophic Press, Inc., New York.
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    • express themselves as sheer egos out of space. They have given up to
    • still not free itself from instincts, desires, and passions. They press
    • the opening of the physical senses. The ego presses through the eye,
    • pillars. The whole human body is thus wisely arranged, it is an expression
    • came the first impression and influence of the beings who little by
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    • of air, and shining inwardly. And all that takes place is expressed
    • had now got so far that through the cosmic tone which pressed in and
    • beings? The hard bone substance! If I may express myself popularly,
    • is burnt or decays. How did the ash press into the lines which were
    • What pressed ash into
    • language and all that was expressed in it, formed the dance; tone, the
    • sense, the significance, of the word pressed into this living substance
    • there first; for that which pressed into matter as “Word”
    • mission of earthly evolution, that in which Love comes to expression
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    • The consciousness of man today is really expressed in what one could
    • we find the group-soul element still more clearly expressed. The individual
    • expression, personality did not come into question at all. A man remembered
    • centuries, and one compressed the contents of this memory into a unity
    • of our Earth's mission — the impressing of Love — was
    • Spirits of Love, for it expresses an infinitely important contrast.
    • If I now try to put into human language what this contrast expresses,
    • man would have gone through, pressed together, all possible perfectings
    • incarnations. That is expressed in occultism quite definitely by saying:
    • and Who dwells in every soul, and this is expressed in the sentence:
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    • God he felt that Michael stood before Him and was the expression of
    • His being as the human countenance is the expression of man's being.
    • way in which they treated the animals was an expression of this consciousness.
    • in the different animal groups the esoteric expression of the ruling
    • which found expression, on the one hand, in the civilizations of Babylon,
    • and spirit of the Gods were brought to expression in the laws of external
    • stand, nor do they know that to bring to expression the Spirit of their
    • the period ruled by the Epochal Spirit whose expression he then became.
    • have been able to find such an expression as it found in Giordano Bruno,
    • Forces. He expresses himself by continually bringing confusion into
    • this World. The very deepest wisdom lies behind what is expressed in
    • But where are the Spirits of the Powers? They express themselves in
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    • now that our Group had developed to this point. This expression
    • expression in the nerve system, and all that goes on in the etheric
    • body finds its material expression in the glandular system, the instrument
    • afresh with each new in-carnation, you have the material expression
    • by the ego. But the astral body has nevertheless its outer expression
    • come to expression in a material form. Yet the material form of beings
    • under powerful pressure, if external physical matter presses them together.
    • Then their corporeality is so compressed that they lie in a congested
    • when the outer pressure is removed, when the earth is dug away, is in
    • were not able to wait, because they pressed into the earthly organs
    • human wisdom is inter-woven and impressed into the whole earth. But
    • when understood in the sense often expressed here, is something that
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    • use the expression, but we have so few appropriate expressions for these
    • express it crudely again.
    • but they are hungry and they bring the hunger to expression by guiding
    • point. The people of the Old Testament expressed this by saying —
    • this comes to expression in: “Before Abraham was, was the I —
    • expression in the blood relationship of the generations. A people which
    • of Samaria at the well. Here it is expressly pointed out that Christ
    • old connections. We can see the expression of this throughout the Middle
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    • of the etheric: Sun. Nervous system as expression of the astral:
    • Moon. Blood system as expression of the ego: Earth. In sleep,
    • plant is pressed close to the stone at a spring, where ordinary stone
    • on the Earth, and is expressed in man's present sense-organs.
    • through the impress of the astral body, were added those organs which
    • present blood-system, the expression of the ego, as the nervous system
    • is the expression of the astral body, the glandular system of the etheric
    • body, and the senses system the physical expression of the physical
    • express? Blood is the expression of the ego and with this we will consider
    • nerves and blood are the expressions of our fourfold nature, let us
    • were given him by the impressions of daily life. This all-night activity
    • The enlightened materialist can at any rate see that an impression is
    • and the physical body and etheric body have to let other beings press
    • from the devachanic world press all the time into man's astral
    • it is expressed in the night in the astral body. The astral body gets
    • fact that intolerance and oppression of thought have in various ways
    • through sense impressions, through smell, taste, sight, and so on. All
    • in fact simply an expression suited to what is within it. There is still
    • look at, just as in the Middle Ages every lock on a door expressed what
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    • to press on all sides into these works of art which we have set up.
    • worlds. In those forms of art expressed in space we have on earth physical
    • impressions which he receives from morning to evening — only think
    • of the impressions from the din and rattle of a great city — these
    • impressions of the day. What in a comprehensive sense we call man's
    • the forms that are expressed in the Egyptian Pyramids from the paths
    • into the etheric body. What is thus expressed in the etheric body is
    • perceived by the true sculptor and he impresses it into the living figure.
    • else again comes about. When we use the expression “intellectual
    • as the art of music is the expressions, imprints, of what is experienced
    • expresses them through his earthly music, so that in earthly music the
    • to expression both these utterances. He wanted to bring humanity to
    • harmony between Shakespeare and Beethoven so that the internal expresses
    • was not enough for him, since it is the means of expression for the
    • the tones of song became his expression of what surpasses the physically
    • not need merely to be expressed by words, to be felt by thoughts; Spiritual
    • to combine the different means of expression so that what lives in the
    • whole may come to expression in the one. Richard Wagner has no wish
    • the streaming together of the individual modes of artistic expression.
    • expression in his brilliant essay on Beethoven, where you must read
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    • have the impression that none of them understood the
    • in the souls of the less educated do not impress us much
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    • human on earth. They could also express themselves so that
    • holy ground of human esteem when expressing what is
    • Nevertheless, I feel myself obliged to express in words as
    • impression that spiritual-scientifically trained
    • and reads the text, one has the impression that what one
    • possibility of an impression of reading the letters of the
    • expression of man having achieved a stage in which
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    • impressing the masses. He doesn't hesitate to lead
    • expressed in the human physical body can be understood in
    • and pressed more and more until it resembled the human
    • Jesus of Nazareth, contracted, pressed more and more into
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    • an impression on him, but it was an impression which often
    • the Old Testament. It was always depressing when he heard
    • it must have made a profound impression on those lamenting
    • in the hearts of most of them who saw the expression of
    • events which made the strongest impression on the maturing
    • home his soul contained the powerful impression of the
    • world. This was expressed in various symbolic laws of the
    • expressed in certain symbolic practices – that they
    • impressed when they learned about Jesus of Nazareth. It is
    • communicated to him by words was expressed by all sorts of
    • clairvoyant impressions. Jesus of Nazareth received
    • important clairvoyant impressions either within the Essene
    • experiences, these inner impressions, must be particularly
    • impression on him, so he lived the Essene life as a lay
    • things. But the impressions not only engrave themselves
    • "echo." The expression acquired among the rabbis a
    • sacrifice in the temple, which Josephus expressly
    • express the distinction). The rabbis held that bath qol
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    • many of the impressions which had developed in his
    • was expressed in his face. But he also felt sadness, which
    • he expressed it clearly in that discussion – that
    • impressed the loving mother, and she felt herself
    • to what was impressed most strongly in the astral body,
    • a deep impression on him. Everywhere he found the people
    • were also depressed and brought them to him. And thus it
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    • Press, RR 4, Box 94 A-I, Hudson, New York 12534.
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    • behind artistic impulses that seek to express the deeper secrets in
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    • especially pressing since these lectures are not transcriptions of
    • 4th rev. ed (New York: Anthroposophic Press, 1977).
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    • came to expression through the various religions. The same holds true
    • an expression of that individual's karma, then people will separate
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    • an expression of that individual's karma, then people will separate
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    • that express the appearance of the eternal spirit of the world. John,
    • first four seals, what is expressed symbolically in the four apocalyptic
    • have meant to express them with the red horse. The white horse would
    • is expressed in the names of the seven days of the week: Saturday, Saturn;
    • constantly changing but they expressed themselves again and again in
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    • is to be read and what is hidden behind some of the mysterious expressions,
    • us that the Gospels express, in pictorial form, the deepest imaginable
    • fall asleep at night. External sense impressions disappeared. When we
    • are asleep, nothing enters into the place where the sense impressions
    • way then typically expressed: “My God, my God, how you have glorified
    • seeks for an end. This feature is expressed in mythological terms in
    • is indicated in the swallowing of the book. It expresses the ascent
    • (Hudson, N.Y.:Anthroposophic Press, 1993).
    • (Washington D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1968).
    • (GA 9) (Hudson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1993).
    • (GA 123) (Hudson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press. 1965).
    • (GA 129) (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1963);
    • (GA 232) (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1973); and
    • (GA 233) (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1977).
    • (GA 105) (London: Rudolf Steiner Press, 1987).
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    • form matter and forces in such a way that it can express itself through
    • could not find expression on the physical plane. We ourselves must create
    • that what is therein expressed could only have come from the great
    • this noble sacrifice of the intellect — an expression so often
    • influence. Otherwise, the adversarial powers that find expression in
    • purified, and must become more and more an expression of the etheric
    • body. The etheric body must itself become an expression of the astral
    • body, which in turn should become an expression of the I.
    • would express in numbers for the frequency of the sound vibrations.
    • ideas in measure and number. The numbers express only the harmonies.
    • When Pythagoreans wanted to express the four members of the human being,
    • they expressed the harmony in the ratio: 1:3:7:12. That signifies the
    • There is an expression
    • of the etheric body is clearly expressed.
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    • only an abstract expression in what we call the higher numbers. But what
    • wave movement or hears what is expressed in such wave movement. The
    • human being can say: I want to stay where I am! is expressed in a legend
    • is expressed in the Ahasuerus legend;
    • to the region where humanity's sense of personality finds expression.
    • this meaning expressed again and again by the words in the Apocalypse.
    • have form in the future can only be expressed in pictures. Therefore,
    • what can occur is expressed through pictures, piece by piece. In the
    • can be expressed pictorially by a rider with a balance. An organ in
    • present. This is expressed here pictorially. We could explain the other
    • In this way human breathing, which expresses itself in our actual
    • Steiner Press, 1985)
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    • should be, an expression of the striving for wisdom appropriate
    • church itself became the expression of this kingdom of the Antichrist;
    • make a strong enough impression on their astral body for it to continue
    • impressions of the day. Only the prescriptions from the occult school
    • provide something that drowns out the impressions from everyday life.
    • of the physical body and the astral body impressed into the etheric
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    • as the expression of a being, the spirit of the sun, and they should
    • world as the expression of the spirit. In this way the cultivation of
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1973), lectures held on 11, 12, 14 of October
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    • This is expressed in the
    • it is expressed so tragically in the drama of Aeschylus
    • time the elemental spirit of the earth. Christ expressed this when,
    • and, for the grape juice, found the expression, “This is my
    • the earth as the expression of Christ.
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    • of the Holy Grail. We see in the story of Parzival an expression of
    • (GA 109) (Fludson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1986).
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    • with all the instincts, desires, and passions still expressed in the
    • expression in the physical body of the various animals. Each of the groups
    • through aggression. The hoofed animals express a very different stage
    • expressed in the forms of the centaur and the sphinx.
    • nature expresses very little of the I, we carry our karma inwardly and
    • someone with radiant, good features and a noble benevolent expression.
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    • measuring, and counting are expressed to the writer of the Apocalypse
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    • this permeation of the three with the four is expressed by multiplying
    • three zeros. This is expressed thus: twelve with three zeros: 12,000.
    • in order to express our thoughts shapes the air — already now it
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    • into all that these souls bring to expression in earthly life. I have pointed
    • Templar, inwardly considered, expresses a specially deep approach to the
    • suppressed, so that during the torture they forgot, in their surface
    • even he was not strong enough to bring to actual expression the mighty
    • everything in the world is obliged to come to expression in multiplicity and
    • through this I all possible variety comes to expression here on earth. And
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • the thought expressed in these lines:
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    • into all that these souls bring to expression in earthly life. I have pointed
    • Templar, inwardly considered, expresses a specially deep approach to the
    • suppressed, so that during the torture they forgot, in their surface
    • even he was not strong enough to bring to actual expression the mighty
    • everything in the world is obliged to come to expression in multiplicity and
    • through this I all possible variety comes to expression here on earth. And
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • the thought expressed in these lines:
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    • expression in the course of this cycle will have to be affirmed
    • the vertebrae of the spine. Goethe, for example, was impressed very
    • this spine and nerve system (if we wish to express ourselves with
    • If I may express
    • interposes itself between the reception of the external impression
    • between the external impression and that which finally leads to
    • straining every sense and gathering countless impressions. A long
    • time passes, during which he works over these impressions in an inner
    • soul-activity, out of the external impressions. Here there
    • intervenes, between the outer impression and that which the man
    • produces as a result of the outer impression, a richer activity of
    • does not rush wildly at every external impression, who does not as it
    • senses, external impressions; and these we work over by means of the
    • brain in rational reflection. To express it in popular language
    • we must picture to ourselves that these outer impressions
    • through the stream of external impressions flowing into it; and that
    • things without reflecting, in response to external impressions; if we
    • observe the sum-total of gestures and physiognomic expressions which
    • not express itself; however, as a complete spinal cord but remains
    • compressed inside the brain, and does not attain to actions.
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    • significant expression, the greatest and most important
    • that receive the sense-impressions through the organs of sense, and
    • part of the organism, is a working over of those impressions which
    • parts is to be found in its essence in the external impressions or
    • imprints. And, since these external impressions send their
    • working over of the outer impressions, into the upper organs of the
    • impressions of the outside world, it flows downwards in order to take
    • of as pressed together, contracted, as if into one centre; so that
    • the different sense-impressions that stream into us; imagine these
    • exposing itself like a tablet to the impressions of this world; that
    • they press in upon us from outside, so do these inner worlds show
    • impressions which the inner worlds, or planets, as we may call them,
    • experience is that the outer worlds do make their impressions upon
    • everywhere presses upon our nerve-system. Moreover, we must here
    • the outer world like a tablet facing the impressions of the outer
    • ego of ours toward the outside world and receive impressions from it.
    • is filled with these impressions coming from outside. There are also
    • the blood. We can bring the external impressions which the ego
    • impressions act upon this organ. The impressions of colour and
    • place. In this case the condition may be such that no impression can
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    • ordinary state expresses itself as it does because in our fully
    • the indirect road of the sense-impressions. It is the spiritual
    • a veil woven by the sense-impressions. In our normal consciousness,
    • we free ourselves of the ego, the ordinary sense-impressions
    • that same world that exists in reality behind the sense-impressions,
    • kind of “compressed outside world”; and we have pointed
    • place by reason of the fact that the external sense-impressions work
    • receive outside impressions, and they cannot, therefore, pass on to
    • the blood influences stimulated from outside, but can simply express
    • in a certain sense inward, and pressing from the one direction
    • instrument of the ego, bring to expression in this ego the inner life
    • outside finds expression in the life of our brain.
    • sympathetic nerve-system have to incline toward what is compressed
    • life of the human organism, which expresses itself in the nourishing
    • impressions are carried over to the tablet of the blood by means of
    • roundabout way of the sympathetic nerve-system, the impressions of
    • which we began our studies is expressed in even greater exactness. We
    • world could offer, in order to be free from all external impressions
    • physiological counterpart: that the blood is here pressed in more
    • mystic immersion is primarily an impressing of the blood upon this
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    • only the external physical expression for the corresponding formation
    • expression for corresponding processes which take place in the
    • expression of the spiritual, the less is the physical form of the
    • movement is merely the physical expression of gravitation, even so is
    • the physical organ merely the physical expression of the
    • expression, no inner rhythm due to gravitation can continue. This is
    • feeble expression of the nature of the corresponding spiritual
    • their outward expression. If one removes the spleen, these forces
    • complete expression of the inner organisation of man, the inner
    • expression of the human ego, which is in fact turned toward the
    • seen, toward the impressions of this outer world, taking the outer
    • or macrocosm presses upon us through the fact that it sends the
    • between the inner systems we have mentioned and what presses inward
    • that in the instrument of our ego, our blood-system, expressing its
    • receiving the impressions of the outer world through the senses, so
    • that the senses then convey these impressions to the tablet of the
    • connection with the external impressions we receive, something into
    • impressions, presents a reality in itself. Note well that I did not
    • “psychologic-physical parallelism.” If I were to express
    • into which are woven our sense-impressions. Moreover, such
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    • “physical expression of an organ.” For you have already
    • contrast with the usable portions, an expression here justified, and
    • peculiar formation of the skin one of the expressions of the
    • comes to expression in the form of our skin. Even though we are still
    • of the surface of our body, in our facial expression, gestures, etc.,
    • this form must receive it already prepared, if I may express it thus,
    • consciousness, to convey external impressions to the blood, that is,
    • to take the impressions in as physical processes in such a way that
    • that the outer impressions are thereby transferred to it. And just as
    • make the effort to convey external impressions to the blood in the
    • inner life of man, as they are expressed in the ether-body, present a
    • is expressed in tensions which finally come to a climax, as we saw,
    • between the two nervous systems, as this is expressed in the state of
    • the activity of our digestive organs expresses itself in our
    • instruments that bring external impressions to the blood, the
    • their special expressions in those two organs of which we spoke at
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    • outer border of the form we have, expressed in a picture, as it were,
    • on the other hand, the skin itself is to be such an expression for
    • the outer skin, as the boundary of his form, expresses what he is, it
    • ego, and that this ego can create an expression of itself as
    • blood as far as the skin, in order that an expression of the whole
    • an expression of the human being extending as far as the skin. We
    • inasmuch as the boundary of the bodily surface is an expression of
    • out into the skin-boundary in order that man may express himself
    • in the skin what constitutes the expression, or the bodily organ, of
    • the human ego; and we find also what constitutes the expression of
    • expression of what we may consider as the instrument of the
    • expression of the life-process, to the extent that a living being
    • skin are present both the blood-system, as the expression of the ego,
    • and the nervous system as the expression of the consciousness. And
    • expression “astral body,” that is, to conceive the
    • nervous system comprehensively as an expression of the astral body;
    • that we have what we may call the glandular system as an expression
    • nutrition and depositing of substances as an expression of the
    • notice of it. To-day we are dealing with blood as the expression of
    • with man, but which are not in a position to bring to expression a
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    • lectures, to form the impression that the different systems of organs
    • everything expressed in the processes which take place in this solid
    • influence within the physical organisation and which express
    • the other pole of the ego so that the ego is able to express itself
    • in such impressive words, not merely aesthetically impressive but
    • wonderfully fine also as a scientific expression: “There is
    • being is expressed in form, is demonstrated what is already there as
    • expression of the subconscious self, that self which is to be found
    • other relation which enables the human form as expressed in the bony
    • in such a way that it expresses itself in our inner cosmic system. In
    • its foundation a cosmic force-system which presses into the
    • comes to expression through a kind of salt-deposit, if I may use such
    • an expression as this; for you can well understand that ordinary
    • expressions are scarcely to be found for things which are not in the
    • system, giving them the right support, expresses itself in the fact
    • connected with the will impulse expresses itself in a warmth process,
    • on its two sides, exposed, that is, to impressions coming from both
    • reach the blood, in order that they then may become the expression of
    • through the impressions of the physical-sensible world and as it
    • sense-impressions and appears to our consciousness, at first, in the
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    • human organisation, apart from this impressing of nutritive
    • permitted this trivial expression; indeed, you retain nothing
    • sense of the expression, “the human form.” If, therefore,
    • order to be the expression of the ego, works upon almost the first
    • of the higher human organisation, and which otherwise presses down
    • compressed into the male germ-plan, if these were ever to accomplish
    • verify themselves in the outward expression of these force-systems,
    • processes the direct expression of the activity of the blood as the
    • processes, and which it finally brings to expression in a flowering
    • as a result of earth existence, and these will then press onward to
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    • not a pure expression of anthroposophical
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    • our ideas, impressions and perceptions, yet in no way coincides with
    • the pale and shadowy impressions which any modern language makes upon
    • bearers; and that warmth, air, water are only the outer expressions,
    • the means of expression for moving, weaving spirit which, during the
    • this elementary substance is only the expression of a spiritual. Let
    • manifests something, expresses itself outwardly, phenomenally; and
    • quickens itself inwardly; then we have what expresses the meaning of
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    • expresses; and we only succeed in doing that if out of our spiritual
    • tohu alone would suffice to express this tendency to push
    • signify? It expresses the very opposite of what I have just
    • by the letter Bet, expresses what you would get if you
    • pondering. What the Elohim ponder is expressed by
    • looked like is expressed in the phrase tohu wabohu; it could
    • be expressed by a picture such as I have given you, as streams
    • of the two complexes — the one expressed as ha'arets,
    • expressed by haschamayim, but haschamayim is the
    • are external expressions of spiritual Beings. It would not be quite
    • expression of the physical, and certain other parts as the expression
    • use of a remarkable phrase to express the relationship of this
    • We are expressing what is left after haschamayim has been
    • the outward expression, the expression made by its passage through
    • to describe what is taking place? One cannot more fittingly express
    • leading up to — that it was the cosmic Word expressing radiant
    • express this by saying that the light manifesting itself through the
    • — speech, which expresses itself in its own proper sounds. That
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    • sea over the true meaning of the impressive words of Genesis. Thus we
    • had the tendency to press upward, to become vapour; that is, the
    • cohering. That is the course of events which is expressed in modern
    • word in Genesis which expresses this process of separation must be
    • individualised as on our earth today. I have expressly called
    • impressive words, in words full of power; we find there again what we
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
    • disposal a fit vessel, a vessel into which they could impress the
    • bears the impress of the joint idea they had formed of their work. We
    • appears as an expression of the capacity and skill acquired by the
    • epochs the impression made upon religious minds by certain words
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    • find the Saturn warmth working as an expression of a soul-spiritual.
    • “Aeon” expresses “living entity,” so too does
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    • in those expressions where probably even modern minds would be
    • connection with such expressions (to use my own words) as “The inner
    • the more negative expressions.
    • Personality as their servants, and that behind the expression
    • as the expression of the backward Beings. They themselves bestow the
    • mysterious expression lay'lah, which has given rise to
    • upon” (if I may use the expression), an influence of forces
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    • referring to expressions, to manifestations, of real spiritualities,
    • is expressed in Genesis as bara is a kind of meditative
    • to base itself as upon firm seats. These ancient expressions contain
    • the outer expression in the sense-world of what we have just been
    • and of the Elohim which compresses itself into our sense-existence to
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    • impressions of them. Then, when after his great sorrow his
    • intended to express spiritual realities. The appearance of Professor
    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • objects appeared to them from without. This is expressed by the
    • that the spirit was behind this appearance and came to expression in
    • seems to press inwards from without. But this description does not
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    • should express as “the human astral body is formed in
    • that event occurred, so beautifully expressed in the words And
    • certain places I get impressions of warmth — not of anything
    • warmth-impressions.” There are differentiations of warmth in
    • influence. To express more precisely what we mean by this, we must
    • Scholasticism properly we should soon see, what is clearly expressed
    • resounds to us so impressively from ancient times.
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    • small number, abandoned earthly conditions, and pressing upward into
    • later. How could the Bible give this expression? It would have to say
    • descend to the earth grew more pressing in these souls. That is the
    • are pressing back to earth again.”
    • which expresses the holy awe we feel. ‘They that beget the holy
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    • consisted solely of warmth, was now endowed with something expressed
    • words! I have impressed upon you that the proper earthly incarnation
    • expressed by the Elohim in the words Let us make man, was
    • creation. The same expression nephesch,
    • not clothed in physical form, was not, so to say, impressed into a
    • is something which enters into man from without. This impress of
    • Hebrew expressions nephesch, ruach, n'schamah
    • expressed it somewhat as follows. He says that the lower animals
    • member. To express this Aristotle made use of the word
    • man into whom Jahve impressed his own Being, as the direct successor
    • cannot stand, which is not as far as it goes an adequate expression
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    • expression, — “mathematizing,” the activity of
    • free from sense impressions, acquires an inner activity which
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • expressed by the movements of the clock. The same process in fact is
    • thinking cannot in the ordinary sense be impressed upon our memory.
    • imaginative experience can be impressed on the soul like any other
    • out (if I may use this trivial expression) the second teeth are not
    • artificial suppression of thought.
    • we have practised this artificial suppression of thought for a
    • and predispositions, we become able to suppress the whole tableau of
    • the tableau of which I have spoken has been suppressed, so that an
    • consciousness for a certain time; this can be achieved if we suppress
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • suppress forces which are constantly at the service of growth and
    • an impression of sound or of sight, we do not immediately know
    • impression gained, when we are supported — I might say —
    • when an impression which is not sufficiently guaranteed by the sense
    • is expressed in the walls, in the external architecture of the
    • expression in the world must have an artistic frame and call into
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    • expression, — “mathematizing,” the activity of
    • free from sense impressions, acquires an inner activity which
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • expressed by the movements of the clock. The same process in fact is
    • thinking cannot in the ordinary sense be impressed upon our memory.
    • imaginative experience can be impressed on the soul like any other
    • out (if I may use this trivial expression) the second teeth are not
    • artificial suppression of thought.
    • we have practised this artificial suppression of thought for a
    • and predispositions, we become able to suppress the whole tableau of
    • the tableau of which I have spoken has been suppressed, so that an
    • consciousness for a certain time; this can be achieved if we suppress
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • suppress forces which are constantly at the service of growth and
    • an impression of sound or of sight, we do not immediately know
    • impression gained, when we are supported — I might say —
    • when an impression which is not sufficiently guaranteed by the sense
    • is expressed in the walls, in the external architecture of the
    • expression in the world must have an artistic frame and call into
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    • spiritual observation. He must pass the test expressed in the words,
    • spiritual investigators, “specterseers” (to express it
    • (pardon the expression; it is a radical choice but points exactly to
    • It is very interesting how he expresses himself about a knowledge
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    • spiritual observation. He must pass the test expressed in the words,
    • spiritual investigators, “specterseers” (to express it
    • (pardon the expression; it is a radical choice but points exactly to
    • It is very interesting how he expresses himself about a knowledge
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    • The Camelot Press Ltd, Southampton
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    • Press in London as well as directly from the Rudolf Steiner Verlag,
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
    • has to happen in human evolution when we entirely suppress our own
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • some form or other of ancient occultism, let us suppress this, and
    • coloured by a turn of thought which does not impress us
    • made. If you know this book, you know how impressively it calls
    • life of ancient Greece and expressing in the symbol of Iphigenia what
    • which in a way brings to symbolic expression the
    • have expressed this conviction today, it is because I agree with
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • express my thanks to them at the close of this introductory lecture.
    • to which I now give expression.
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
    • our forthcoming lectures you will not mind my giving this expression
    • do at the opening of our Munich festival one thing is impressed upon
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    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • reasoned account of it, is Persephone; that is where the suppressed
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • impressive symbols as that of the threefold Hecate will acquire when
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
    • knowledge aroused by those impressive pictorial images of the Greeks,
    • vision, which in the future will press more and more urgently upon
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
    • suppressed, and self-knowledge is concentrated upon the astral body,
    • there comes a feeling of oppression rather like breathlessness. Hence
    • with a sense of oppression. It is impossible to perceive the astral
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • there a numerical formula, or any other formula, which can express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • for you. For these relationships can only be expressed by means of a
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
    • relationships of these four different areas, you get an impression of
    • makes a weaker impression upon you than the circle. And to the extent
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    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • impressive picture, the picture of the dismembered Dionysos.
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
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    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • impressive mythology of ancient Greece.
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    • We have been trying to bring to light again in the impressive pictures
    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognised, were already expressed in pictorial fashion in this Greek
    • with Apollo, Mars and so on. For whereas they expressed pretty well
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • talking expressly of the content, or of the activity of mental
    • to express in correct diagrammatic form the human process of
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • I have pointed out what a beautiful expression there still was in old
    • be born’. In old German there was another expression for this. The
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • Nebelland is an expression for the Germany of the Middle
    • expression there lies an awareness of the genius of language, thus of
    • in which Spiritual Science is expressed.’ One has to accept
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
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    • and gave them pictorial expression in a mythology most of which is
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • then is meant by the expression ‘ordeals of the soul’?
    • them full play, that he inevitably becomes impressed by the exoteric
    • This is clearly expressed at the end of my second Play
    • Romanus expresses this in
    • again into connection with the physical brain and give it an impress
    • and his hosts. We could express that in another way; we could say
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • upon man (if we are to express it spatially) from the Earth upwards.
    • these forces, which come to expression pre-eminently in the formation
    • space, which brings to expression the feathers, the plumage. The
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • Thus, expressed in
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • painter of old brought very clearly to expression that the raiment
    • superficial expression of your true being.’ When a man feels
    • the region of the heart, it only presses upward as far as the heart,
    • and oppresses the man who is striving for higher knowledge, for
    • can begin to feel that we have pressed on too fast — as
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • was expressed by dwelling upon the feeling which men have in face of
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • Expressed
    • of truth, and that he is pressing forward to another aspect of the
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal
    • because when we press out into cosmic space we come into a region
    • as when we press outwards with a consciousness devoid of the Christ
    • press further and further into ourselves and by penetrating with the
    • in a deceptive form, and we must press on towards the reality out of
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    • — is peculiar to the Hebrew race. It finds expression frequently in
    • expressed by Jesus in his teaching in the New Testament. “Not a
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    • sloughing off the physical body, but keeping the whole impress of the
    • receive them into its own experience. This is the etheric expression
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    • The impression they endeavoured to convey can best be described by saying
    • are the appropriate words to express the mood pervading our studies.
    • This reverence expresses itself in the feeling that, when confronting
    • than the particular manifestation of His nature that is expressed in
    • express, a second aspect of the Being whom we call Christ-Jesus is
    • millennium to millennium, observing especially the forces expressed in
    • that it fills us with a warmth that is the outward expression of love,
    • what the sacrificial bull, as the expression of inwardly deepened love,
    • of the Being Who unites in Himself all the streams which came to expression
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    • outward expression depends upon the physical body being organised in
    • come to its most perfect expression in Abraham. The elaboration of the
    • gift of the ram expresses itself in direct hostility. This is exemplified
    • his soul and in his deeds will express all the qualities matured in the
    • and merely gives expression to what, at a lower level, happens in the
    • heaven” is simply an alternative expression for “the kingdom
    • had to express it in a somewhat dogmatic way. We must continue our study
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    • expressing itself in the form of concepts and ideas of a physical nature,
    • not physical impressions only, but also the Spirit. For this, individual
    • the impression that the hairs in the mane seem to be inserted into the
    • — All these things are accurately and beautifully expressed in the
    • are expressed in the ancient Hebrew language by the same word. The ancient
    • that now the time had come when the Ego could express itself fully in
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    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • that dying and becoming are the expression of forces working in our
    • ordinary consciousness. These two particular men expressed the
    • and if we inquire into what they expressed with such dedication we
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    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • that dying and becoming are the expression of forces working in our
    • ordinary consciousness. These two particular men expressed the
    • and if we inquire into what they expressed with such dedication we
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    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • phenomena, the impression on the senses, the impression made on the
    • an external impression comes, it responds to it in its own specific
    • way. One only gets as far as the impression — not to that which
    • causes the impression on the eye. Through his ear a man only gets as
    • far as the impression made on the ear — not to the thing that
    • makes the impression, and so on.
    • It is, therefore, only the impressions of the outer
    • world — that can receive only the impression or effects of what
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • images: for the object must first make an impression on us and our
    • impression — the reaction as one might say — evokes
    • which we see in the mirror; for the impressions are also
    • defined. So I say expressly, that Mauthner is an honourable man,
    • anything of this infinite world? He can but gain impressions through
    • expressing what he had to say to men, than by the use of twenty-two
    • Goethe had to express his whole genius by means of twenty-three
    • opinions as expressed in the writings of various investigators,
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    • authority. People live to-day entirely under the impression that they
    • phenomena, the impression on the senses, the impression made on the
    • an external impression comes, it responds to it in its own specific
    • way. One only gets as far as the impression — not to that which
    • causes the impression on the eye. Through his ear a man only gets as
    • far as the impression made on the ear — not to the thing that
    • makes the impression, and so on.
    • It is, therefore, only the impressions of the outer
    • world — that can receive only the impression or effects of what
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • images: for the object must first make an impression on us and our
    • impression — the reaction as one might say — evokes
    • which we see in the mirror; for the impressions are also
    • defined. So I say expressly, that Mauthner is an honourable man,
    • anything of this infinite world? He can but gain impressions through
    • expressing what he had to say to men, than by the use of twenty-two
    • Goethe had to express his whole genius by means of twenty-three
    • opinions as expressed in the writings of various investigators,
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Adam Bittleston and Jonathon Westphal, Rudolf Steiner Press, London,
    • — if I may use a somewhat crude expression — pervades and
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of the very oldest — to the oriental, as expressed in many
    • may impress us, if we study the racial characteristics of the
    • — to use a crude expression — wells up from the metabolic
    • move over the face of the Earth, expressing in their inner life
    • expressed, in their case, in the life of soul and
    • the ‘middle’ man is expressed. The creations of oriental
    • give expression to the speech of the Earth herself. It is not so in
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • being. The very essence of the man of Middle Europe is expressed
    • understand that the wonderful thought expressed in Goethe's book on
    • Buddha, with all their endless repetitions, have expressed the
    • it is expressed in the very repetitions which you want to cut
    • intellectual understanding but an inner love for what is expressed in
    • all-embracing sphere of the ‘human’ is not expressed
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
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    • Adam Bittleston and Jonathon Westphal, Rudolf Steiner Press, London,
    • — if I may use a somewhat crude expression — pervades and
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of the very oldest — to the oriental, as expressed in many
    • may impress us, if we study the racial characteristics of the
    • — to use a crude expression — wells up from the metabolic
    • move over the face of the Earth, expressing in their inner life
    • expressed, in their case, in the life of soul and
    • the ‘middle’ man is expressed. The creations of oriental
    • give expression to the speech of the Earth herself. It is not so in
    • express as his ideal everything that he himself is as a human
    • being. The very essence of the man of Middle Europe is expressed
    • understand that the wonderful thought expressed in Goethe's book on
    • Buddha, with all their endless repetitions, have expressed the
    • it is expressed in the very repetitions which you want to cut
    • intellectual understanding but an inner love for what is expressed in
    • all-embracing sphere of the ‘human’ is not expressed
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
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    • spiritual sphere of the Earth. Other men are impressed by the
    • keeping with the times, as outward forms of expression for
    • Beings whose outward expressions we behold in the celestial
    • lightning and thunder, whose expressions are the plants and
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • us! This was expressed in the legend by saying: Osiris is a
    • wholeness, it is the very purest, noblest expression of the
    • of art and the principles expressed in their creation, the Greeks
    • presentation of a mystery can make a more powerful impression
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    • spiritual sphere of the Earth. Other men are impressed by the
    • keeping with the times, as outward forms of expression for
    • Beings whose outward expressions we behold in the celestial
    • lightning and thunder, whose expressions are the plants and
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • us! This was expressed in the legend by saying: Osiris is a
    • wholeness, it is the very purest, noblest expression of the
    • of art and the principles expressed in their creation, the Greeks
    • presentation of a mystery can make a more powerful impression
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • seven to ten years wear a melancholy expression. It is as if
    • faces this melancholy expression. Hidden though it often be behind
    • that stamps the peculiar expression of melancholy on the faces of
    • expression in the terrible catastrophe of the world-war. Its
    • this they led humanity into misfortune. People must impress this fact
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • early stages of what is trying to come to healthy expression in the
    • put before you are indeed facts: the melancholy expression on the
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • seven to ten years wear a melancholy expression. It is as if
    • faces this melancholy expression. Hidden though it often be behind
    • that stamps the peculiar expression of melancholy on the faces of
    • expression in the terrible catastrophe of the world-war. Its
    • this they led humanity into misfortune. People must impress this fact
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • early stages of what is trying to come to healthy expression in the
    • put before you are indeed facts: the melancholy expression on the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • distance them from our consciousness, so that, if I may so express
    • of the super-sensible world whose expression they are.
    • even try first to suppress all liking for one's friend, and then do
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    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • distance them from our consciousness, so that, if I may so express
    • of the super-sensible world whose expression they are.
    • even try first to suppress all liking for one's friend, and then do
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    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • such magnificent expression on the physical plane. Conditions in that
    • aestheticism and morality will come to expression in men's life of
    • united, this is expressed in the Rosicrucian Christianity that has
    • expressed the realisation that it was the task of the next
    • passed. Much of his teaching can also be expressed in symbolic forms.
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    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • (published by Rudolf Steiner Press in 2001).
    • such magnificent expression on the physical plane. Conditions in that
    • aestheticism and morality will come to expression in men's life of
    • united, this is expressed in the Rosicrucian Christianity that has
    • expressed the realisation that it was the task of the next
    • passed. Much of his teaching can also be expressed in symbolic forms.
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    • This connection was expressed also in the feelings of the individuals
    • expression in Abraham was the group-soul of the people.
    • which group-soulness is chiefly expressed, gradually loses its
    • particularly our scientific language, can no longer express anything
    • perceive what one expresses in contemporary language, which has no
    • Many people today who claim to be idealists express themselves in an
    • when somebody expresses the thought “there are good vibrations
    • create an oppressive feeling in those who cannot catch up with the
    • the depths of the human soul will be expressed increasingly in
    • and yet experienced non-individually will be expressed in their
    • be expressed in their external appearance. That is what will create
    • individual I is expressing itself even in the person's gestures.
    • for human beings to develop more and more the ability to express
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • significant expression in Gautama Buddha, also joined the one
    • individuality cannot express his or her soul-spiritual faculties
    • certain kind of brain to express such faculties as Zarathustra
    • the individual characteristics had to express that the Abrahamic
    • The Bible wonderfully expresses that Abraham's mission comes to him
    • expresses the nature of this gift. It was Abraham's mission to
    • in their impressive details to the inner character of the progressive
    • according to their nature by expressions taken from the names
    • Isaac. This is the external expression of the sacrifice of the last
    • has happened earlier is repeated at a higher stage. This is expressed
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    • familiarize ourselves with the different way of expressing things
    • express what we want to say in language, which is to bring out what
    • lives in our souls. The expression of soul content in language
    • wonderful way of expressing things. It was very different from our
    • the speaker expressed his innermost being through his way of
    • having become, to a great extent, philistines. Our language expresses
    • — so our language at bottom expresses only the philistine. It
    • literature long before they have any spiritual content to express,
    • shouldn't people these days believe that everything can be expressed
    • language is empty of what even the Greeks expressed with one word.
    • of the Lord, make his paths straight.” For they express either
    • external expression. There are, however, twelve different ways to be
    • initiation. To express symbolically the flowing in of the rays from
    • a means of expression. Thus, John the Baptist could say, “I
    • people expressed things at that time.
    • expressing ourselves is pedantic. If a person stands before us, we
    • countenance, then in our pedantic way of expressing ourselves
    • this expression is used in such a way that, at times, the writer
    • relation to the physical sun, which is the external expression of the
    • the sun and the solar force is expressly indicated. It is this solar
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    • ancient Greeks could only dream of this perfect type and express it
    • express what could not be achieved in outer reality. Such insights
    • when the possibility to express the archetype of humanity was the
    • express: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in
    • mighty spiritual paths that they are finally expressed in simple
    • words. Think of the simple words that can express the whole of
    • long-term developments. These simple words that express Christianity
    • that someday simple words may be found to express, in a basic,
    • this commandment expresses something that had to be attained as a
    • express because we do not have the words for it in our languages, yet
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    • lead to still worse symptoms, till it expresses itself in
    • suppress certain actions or movements of your own free will.
    • oppressive; and they will become less oppressive if by such
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    • lead to still worse symptoms, till it expresses itself in
    • suppress certain actions or movements of your own free will.
    • oppressive; and they will become less oppressive if by such
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    • have here, if I may express it in a comparison, is not simple
    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
    • express myself about these things with radical honesty, I replied:
    • further, leads us to press on into the super-sensible world.
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    • have here, if I may express it in a comparison, is not simple
    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
    • express myself about these things with radical honesty, I replied:
    • further, leads us to press on into the super-sensible world.
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • expressed the task confronting us in Dornach with the help of a trivial
    • shell for what would be done within it as an expression of the
    • or that and then simply giving them external expression in symbolic
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • nothing to do with what is usually expressed when people come and
    • means itself, expresses itself.
    • not expressing what has come to birth with this building. Our aim is
    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • course, if such intentions press on one's heart and soul, one becomes
    • one can express motion in space.
    • cannot express it exhaustively by three dimensions. One
    • expression of what is elemental and primary. Such a work as, for example,
    • impressed upon it — “beauty” in the original
    • impressed upon this being derives from the cosmos. The beauty of this
    • expression in the human form, for example.
    • understand what is expressed so wonderfully in the formation of the
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    • expression of cosmic laws in a sum of ideas. It intends to be
    • expressed in thought forms — as one expects of any view of the
    • expressed the task confronting us in Dornach with the help of a trivial
    • shell for what would be done within it as an expression of the
    • or that and then simply giving them external expression in symbolic
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • nothing to do with what is usually expressed when people come and
    • means itself, expresses itself.
    • not expressing what has come to birth with this building. Our aim is
    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • course, if such intentions press on one's heart and soul, one becomes
    • one can express motion in space.
    • cannot express it exhaustively by three dimensions. One
    • expression of what is elemental and primary. Such a work as, for example,
    • impressed upon it — “beauty” in the original
    • impressed upon this being derives from the cosmos. The beauty of this
    • expression in the human form, for example.
    • understand what is expressed so wonderfully in the formation of the
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    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • Oriental civilisation would have been expressed.
    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • impressions are transformed by feeling and will, man is still unable
    • the ancient Oriental sage would have wished to express from out of his
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • to expression in the bodies of the men from Asia, Europe and America,
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    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • Oriental civilisation would have been expressed.
    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • impressions are transformed by feeling and will, man is still unable
    • the ancient Oriental sage would have wished to express from out of his
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • to expression in the bodies of the men from Asia, Europe and America,
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    • memories of the impressions made upon us by the world, but that this
    • is as far as we can go. We receive our impressions from the world; we
    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • — at some later moment — causes this or that impression
    • love and devotion and surrender, accordingly, man presses his way through
    • expression as clearly as it will have to be expressed in the
    • compressing matter together and scattering it.
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    • memories of the impressions made upon us by the world, but that this
    • is as far as we can go. We receive our impressions from the world; we
    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • — at some later moment — causes this or that impression
    • love and devotion and surrender, accordingly, man presses his way through
    • expression as clearly as it will have to be expressed in the
    • compressing matter together and scattering it.
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    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • something that made an impression upon them. Their souls became
    • on Earth. (Please remember that I am using expressions of
    • as an expression of earthly conditions but is of significance for
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    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • something that made an impression upon them. Their souls became
    • on Earth. (Please remember that I am using expressions of
    • as an expression of earthly conditions but is of significance for
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    • warmed by what is expressed in these spiritual currents. But these
    • concerned. The passage from Realism to Nominalism expresses the
    • mind my using a somewhat trivial expression, but I should like to
    • Christ. Anthroposophy studies, if I may use this expression, history,
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    • warmed by what is expressed in these spiritual currents. But these
    • concerned. The passage from Realism to Nominalism expresses the
    • mind my using a somewhat trivial expression, but I should like to
    • Christ. Anthroposophy studies, if I may use this expression, history,
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
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    • its fall, we cannot throw off the impression that it is
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • dear friends, the Europeans have known how to express the
    • but a spurious imitation and he expressed his opinion in a
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    • its fall, we cannot throw off the impression that it is
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • dear friends, the Europeans have known how to express the
    • but a spurious imitation and he expressed his opinion in a
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • here expressed. Nowadays, if it be a question of studying how
    • came to himself, he had a strange and unwanted impression. He
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • here expressed. Nowadays, if it be a question of studying how
    • came to himself, he had a strange and unwanted impression. He
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
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    • form is an expression of the course of his entire life.
    • Naturally this is expressed diagrammatically and not in the
    • head, so do those cosmic forces coming to expression in
    • earthly is expressed in our human form. No-one understands
    • being is an expression of the whole world; an expression of
    • works in our head without coming to full expression because
    • wisdom meet. Man is an expression of the whole Cosmos, and
    • the spiritual world he can become able to bring to expression
    • expressed by virtue of having gone through the conditions of
    • the spiritual world his tendency to express in spherical form
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • all we see beauty as an expression of spiritual entity, and
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    • form is an expression of the course of his entire life.
    • Naturally this is expressed diagrammatically and not in the
    • head, so do those cosmic forces coming to expression in
    • earthly is expressed in our human form. No-one understands
    • being is an expression of the whole world; an expression of
    • works in our head without coming to full expression because
    • wisdom meet. Man is an expression of the whole Cosmos, and
    • the spiritual world he can become able to bring to expression
    • expressed by virtue of having gone through the conditions of
    • the spiritual world his tendency to express in spherical form
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • all we see beauty as an expression of spiritual entity, and
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    • expression in the Transitory and then vanishes again,
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • to which expression can be given by animal masks,
    • Professor at a College in Pressburg and while there had
    • Pressburg. And he — I am speaking of my old friend Karl
    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • of what we have to say is expressed. The essential charm of
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    • expression in the Transitory and then vanishes again,
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • to which expression can be given by animal masks,
    • Professor at a College in Pressburg and while there had
    • Pressburg. And he — I am speaking of my old friend Karl
    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • of what we have to say is expressed. The essential charm of
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    • illumination “under the Bodhi tree.” We may express the
    • describe. Here we have the root-nerve of Buddhism and an expression
    • the world of sense and co-ordinate my impressions by means of
    • words which express a consciousness that places man in the world as
    • will arises in man to press forwards with his present
    • expressed in his own words: “Life is full of perplexity. I try
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    • illumination “under the Bodhi tree.” We may express the
    • describe. Here we have the root-nerve of Buddhism and an expression
    • the world of sense and co-ordinate my impressions by means of
    • words which express a consciousness that places man in the world as
    • will arises in man to press forwards with his present
    • expressed in his own words: “Life is full of perplexity. I try
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    • only at actual death that there is a radical expression of what has
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • certain impressions which have been made on the soul of the human
    • that is expressed in the different temperaments, for instance, and
    • may come to expression in later life in the form of some familiar
    • science but always presses on to the Spirit, and so it realises that
    • an abnormal soul-life must inevitably express itself in an abnormal
    • spiritual member of man's being has been pressed outwards (as is
    • pressure of authority. The sphere of hygiene can become a
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    • only at actual death that there is a radical expression of what has
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • certain impressions which have been made on the soul of the human
    • that is expressed in the different temperaments, for instance, and
    • may come to expression in later life in the form of some familiar
    • science but always presses on to the Spirit, and so it realises that
    • an abnormal soul-life must inevitably express itself in an abnormal
    • spiritual member of man's being has been pressed outwards (as is
    • pressure of authority. The sphere of hygiene can become a
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    • Human Expression through Tone and Word.
    • an expression of our earthly thoughts. These earthly thoughts contain
    • place to express our thoughts — our earthly thoughts. This
    • insert the chapter on the expression of the human being through the
    • to-day, if I may say so, to express my personal gratitude for this
    • man expresses himself in speech or in song, he is really manifesting
    • the expression of the human being through sound was not really
    • expressed by the twelve primeval consonants.
    • of speech or of song a self-expression of the human being. The soul
    • the nerve-strands. Pressing upward to the head through the spinal
    • sounds, we press what is living in our soul down into the body; and
    • the soil for the man who stands on it. The sound presses forward to
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • and so forth, we might equally well express it thus: — Man
    • Aries, and as you do so, receive the impression of a consonant
    • whenever he expresses himself in Art, he were to say,
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    • Human Expression through Tone and Word.
    • an expression of our earthly thoughts. These earthly thoughts contain
    • place to express our thoughts — our earthly thoughts. This
    • insert the chapter on the expression of the human being through the
    • to-day, if I may say so, to express my personal gratitude for this
    • man expresses himself in speech or in song, he is really manifesting
    • the expression of the human being through sound was not really
    • expressed by the twelve primeval consonants.
    • of speech or of song a self-expression of the human being. The soul
    • the nerve-strands. Pressing upward to the head through the spinal
    • sounds, we press what is living in our soul down into the body; and
    • the soil for the man who stands on it. The sound presses forward to
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • and so forth, we might equally well express it thus: — Man
    • Aries, and as you do so, receive the impression of a consonant
    • whenever he expresses himself in Art, he were to say,
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    • wholly given up to sense impressions, to all that the intellect can
    • derive from these sense impressions and the substance flowing into
    • Initiation placed before the soul of man was expressed, in after
    • express it as follows: The dreams of a life of soul and Spirit that
    • are the expression of the Spiritual Essence weaving through the
    • strive to add the third: “When we press forward
    • as expressed in Ex Deo Nascimur and in, In Christo Morimur
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    • wholly given up to sense impressions, to all that the intellect can
    • derive from these sense impressions and the substance flowing into
    • Initiation placed before the soul of man was expressed, in after
    • express it as follows: The dreams of a life of soul and Spirit that
    • are the expression of the Spiritual Essence weaving through the
    • strive to add the third: “When we press forward
    • as expressed in Ex Deo Nascimur and in, In Christo Morimur
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    • tell us much. For it does not express the fact that the modern
    • poodle, expressed this very clumsily, but although their thoughts may
    • matter how holy it may sound, is (excuse the trivial expression)
    • aware of it. This is expressed in the final scene of my Mystery Play.
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    • tell us much. For it does not express the fact that the modern
    • poodle, expressed this very clumsily, but although their thoughts may
    • matter how holy it may sound, is (excuse the trivial expression)
    • aware of it. This is expressed in the final scene of my Mystery Play.
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    • expressed this by saying that human beings were, of course, inspired
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • impresses us — that the concept of time plays a very minor role.
    • Gnostic ideas may be expressed spatially; the role of time as an idea
    • temptation, it caries the impressions of everything we do and think.
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
    • This was expressed in
    • unites with the earth. This is expressed in the legend that tells us
    • the physical body. The Jesus idea, which is expressed fully only in
    • express themselves — so that it may say what the right words
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1964 (GA 137).
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973.A
    • (GA 15), Anthroposophic Press, Hudson, NY, 1991.
    • Anthroposophic Press, Great Barrington, MA, 2001.
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    • expressed this by saying that human beings were, of course, inspired
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • impresses us — that the concept of time plays a very minor role.
    • Gnostic ideas may be expressed spatially; the role of time as an idea
    • temptation, it caries the impressions of everything we do and think.
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
    • This was expressed in
    • unites with the earth. This is expressed in the legend that tells us
    • the physical body. The Jesus idea, which is expressed fully only in
    • express themselves — so that it may say what the right words
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1964 (GA 137).
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973.A
    • (GA 15), Anthroposophic Press, Hudson, NY, 1991.
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    • expressed — that the two processes run parallel to one
    • soul-quality which is expressed in feeling, than if you merely
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
    • Will. It has the constant tendency to become pressed together;
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    • expressed — that the two processes run parallel to one
    • soul-quality which is expressed in feeling, than if you merely
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
    • Will. It has the constant tendency to become pressed together;
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    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • which, according to the ideas of geology (conceived and expressed precisely
    • pressure from within or through chemical conditions in the interior
    • even in the destructive processes — expresses his admiration
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    • human progress. But it would be particularly depressing if spiritual
    • which, according to the ideas of geology (conceived and expressed precisely
    • pressure from within or through chemical conditions in the interior
    • even in the destructive processes — expresses his admiration
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    • is a pressing, a pushing of thinking into the forces of the will,
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • somewhere else, these atoms call up the impression of colour, sound,
    • We receive impressions of a negative character which create in us
    • wished to give plastic expression to Lucifer and Ahriman you
    • figure of Ahriman was continually pressing into the hollows and
    • way of expressing what in ancient Persia was understood by Ormuzd and
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    • is a pressing, a pushing of thinking into the forces of the will,
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • somewhere else, these atoms call up the impression of colour, sound,
    • We receive impressions of a negative character which create in us
    • wished to give plastic expression to Lucifer and Ahriman you
    • figure of Ahriman was continually pressing into the hollows and
    • way of expressing what in ancient Persia was understood by Ormuzd and
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    • Repressed longing. Wishes unattainable. The Beings whose
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    • psychology of the 19th century the following expression has come into
    • expression. This teaching insisted, without taking an independent
    • nourishment we should come at last to an expression of the cosmos, to
    • awe-inspiring impressions; it will not be easy to find anything of
    • upon a remarkable passage, which is simply expressed and noted in his
    • necessary to call up an impression of the feeling aroused by
    • may be so deeply absorbed in this impression that he can do no other
    • from them the deepest that can be expressed in them — will take
    • which enables a man to understand the impressions of the spiritual
    • world directly through his own impressions. This is what we call the
    • extend so far. By way of a comparison and expressing it in image, we
    • This glimmer does not give the impression of a glimmering light, but
    • the person makes an impression upon you like a breath of enchantment.
    • we can only express by saying, through the sacrifice made by the
    • impressive in certain imaginations, for it can lead us further and
    • have expressly called this a good book) it is only an example by
    • perhaps may not appear less impressive than the glimpse afforded us
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    • time of Saturn, receives the impression of being in spaceless ebb and
    • of heat are the external expression — speaking in a general
    • sense — the external physical expression of sacrifice, and
    • expression of what lies behind it. Conditions of heat are the
    • this inner warmth of bliss, it is an expression of what can be
    • can only make use of the expression: it is that which comes to meet
    • cloud.’ And if he were an artist he would paint the impression;
    • the spirit of these old expressions which have descended to us
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    • learning above all to suppress his own wishes and desires. For
    • means, we repress and control our wishes and desires; (this is only a
    • near them and have encouraging thought without expressing it, and
    • expressed in concepts, in the Sun-age: on Saturn the division between
    • found expression in the smoke of the sacrifice. Suppose these
    • apparent, it would have been outwardly expressed by the changing
    • have been expressed what the Cherubim who made no resignation did
    • them to expression were enabled to take possession of the object of
    • impression on us because when we contemplate it, it reminds us of
    • opponents; when the highest that can possibly be expressed, the
    • necessary forces to enable him to express this, the highest and most
    • impression, because they are intimately connected with the purpose of
    • express to the outer world what can otherwise only be read in the
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    • expression of sacrifice. In what meets us as air and at any rate, to
    • must understand by this is symbolically expressed in the world's
    • indefinite, for they express very complicated connections and
    • the term ‘home-sickness,’ expressing something that may
    • longings, all kinds of repressed wishes impossible to fulfil. It is
    • repressed. Now because they were obliged to exercise this repression
    • up at them, what remains behind as repressed longings and wishes can
    • express this in any other way than by saying that the Beings who were
    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • fluidic movement of our own thought; yet this expression may serve,
    • who is expressive of all that is within them, and who accepts all the
    • more intense the search. And is it not like a voice expressing itself
    • The longing expressed
    • which reminds us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing
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    • have to characterise that which is outwardly expressed in the
    • ancient Moon-Beings pressed through to the Higher Entities but was
    • adjusted, through the wealth of impressions received from the Higher
    • conveyed the impression of a presented sacrifice. We can form a
    • connection with the Higher Beings through the sacrifice, impressions
    • arise in the lower Beings. This again can be symbolically expressed.
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    • ancient expressions: Semblance, Power, Wisdom. To speak of the
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Introduction
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    • Mercury Press]. With the exception of Dr. Steiner's
    • has the impression that their attitude is not active enough
    • on all he intends to bring (at least that's my impression).
    • published in 1994 by Mercury Press.
    • Mercury Press
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    • human being) the fluid man, if I may so express myself, the
    • macroscopic, if I may use the expression. We shall try to
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    • merely caused by such a strong expression of the life of
    • it would not hurt if the astral body were to press into this
    • presses into the liver. The astral body can destroy but
    • the expression of the spirit and soul. We must see the liver
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    • weight with which the brain presses downwards. If it were to
    • press downwards with its full weight there could be no blood
    • skeleton is already impressed by the earthly forces. In the
    • the earthly forces, is an expression, right down into
    • must repress the act of actual perception and then unfold his
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    • special case. Think of some district that is depressing
    • of therapy. No true medical consciousness is expressed in
    • expressions. It might even be more favorable for the
    • expressions with certain modifications.
    • out centrifugally through the human being. They express
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    • nothing but an external impression which comes to you from
    • — if you can see water as an expression of feeling, and
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    • expressing it, but you will understand what I mean —
    • Try to find out by an experiment how much weight of pressure
    • is just as inadequate an expression as when I say that the
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    • thoughts to which I have given expression in my
    • relationship to the world. This expresses itself in the
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    • the present one. Karma, in this aspect, is the expression of
    • the opinion that the patient is incurable. You must suppress
    • impression of radiance in the pale bluish-red light, you get
    • lines merely express the opposite of the first two. That
    • the might of heaviness presses into the power of radiance,
    • experienced — strange as this expression is. Therefore
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    • same constellation that is expressed in the heavens in the
    • express it in figures — comes from here. From the
    • expression of this fight. Just think how intimately the whole
    • you — then the fight expresses itself as scarlet fever.
    • reality, a mutual struggle expresses itself in the illnesses
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    • feel rather oppressed with all the substance that is
    • is not likely that there will be any feeling of oppression.
    • moreover, find it. In reality, the feeling of oppression
    • oppression. For why should anything for which one thirsts
    • inwardly, also give rise to a sense of oppression? If it
    • oppresses, it has already been made into a matter of duty and
    • in spite of that I was aware of a sense of oppression because
    • Question: I may have expressed
    • expressed in the previous question is a condition brought
    • which may exist is suppressed entirely by going through these
    • “This has made a strange impression on you,
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    • expressed itself in the formation of lead. So that we can
    • what he experiences otherwise and what is impressed of itself
    • human organism — things that are still expressed
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    • disease. This expresses the condition of things very
    • there is an expression of the measure prevailing in the world
    • Light is a general expression for what works through the sun.
    • of the pulse beats is an expression of the Old Sun evolution
    • forces that express themselves in diabetes, in the residues
    • fluid, acquires buoyancy, and presses down on its base with a
    • which express the inherent weight of the substances, we
    • that can be expressed in the words: Earthly gravity has laid
    • here. In Germany there is art expression which conveys the
    • medical science. But this expression suggests that medical
    • own physician. I believe the expression ‘healing
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    • organization — to use a form of expression that is not
    • organization impress their own structure upon some organ or
    • physical world, because the geometry that comes to expression
    • But instead of impressing itself upon the physical organism
    • and soul is pressing into the transparency.
    • expression in the temperament. When the astral body and ego
    • the tendency to impress their structure on the physical and
    • body. So this principle also comes to expression in the
    • child's head, it becomes very big. I must compress it. I must
    • spiritual touching you get the impression that he is really
    • hollow. The impression you get when you touch an old,
    • as you know, gives the impression of suction. So it is,
    • you have the impression of a being who has been hollowed out,
    • person. When we succeed in doing this, we get the impression
    • sound. This gives us an impression of the astral nature of
    • Science (Mercury Press, 1993), try to let the spiritual
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    • eyes and how this pressed towards us from your warm words.
    • suppressors of thought experiences. If their activity is too
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    • replaces the astral activity at this place. This presses out
    • run into something else. You have to be able to press on to
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    • to expression when we act in the world as a being of will.
    • expression in the earthly organization manifest in the airy
    • expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality, only
    • expression, this is the same as seeing only the physical
    • body which comes to expression in feeling operates through
    • been left free, but this is equally a positive impression
    • although not identical with the impressions of the white
    • sphere. The black area also gives a positive impression. In
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    • expression in pictures. I said that we may dream of coiling
    • enthusiasm for examples of the practical expression of these
    • as an example, we may say: Moral ideals come to expression in
    • expression — through the air that is within us. They
    • ideas, or that you saw them coming to expression in others,
    • our human nature are filled with all the impressions we have
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    • thinkers such as Kant also employ an abstract expression.
    • grasp, on the one side, what comes to expression in our
    • (Mercury Press, 1996), the human being is a threefold being:
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    • comes to expression in the child, to begin with in his
    • formation of the physical body, in what comes to expression
    • expression of the life of soul — in all this a process
    • develops gradually as a bodily expression of the soul. And
    • expressions of the soul, for example the elaboration of the
    • sadness, the joy or pain expressed and revealed in the flow
    • brought to expression in words by the father, mother and
    • I may so express it — with Angeloi and Archangeloi;
    • of these things which it is naturally difficult to express in
    • are available but these words only express something that is
    • but cannot express it, because it is not experienced
    • express it because as a result of what he inherits in the
    • course of his education, his consciousness is repressed
    • rather than set free by those who are old. He cannot express
    • life he understands the ideal content of what is expressed by
    • differences among men all over the Earth as expressed in
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    • spirituality comes to expression there just as here on Earth
    • consisted in the fact that the impression made upon him by
    • — if I may use this expression — whereby the man
    • you take his expressions in the sense in which they are used
    • impression is intensified and finally it has been absorbed.
    • activity what is imparted; it simply impresses itself into
    • The result is impressed upon one and when this has happened
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    • permitted this paradoxical expression, would be super-sensible
    • forth (earthly expressions are little suited for the
    • sense-impressions, while the Archai now give them
    • vision will receive the following impression. He will say:
    • Archai are present between man and his sense impressions. The
    • impressions. It is the Exousiai, Dynamis and Kyriotetes who
    • impression of an empty shell. In the best sense of the word
    • elevated and joyful moods and also with the depressed,
    • expressions, man's most important experience of the world was
    • to the Principalities, the Archai. Another expression of this
    • experienced within himself but a major and minor expressing a
    • names as joy and sorrow, exultation and depression; we must
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    • the impressions of the sense-world, but, above all, also in
    • Europe. This current of thought found its extreme expression
    • presses forward and again back, so that these two streams
    • impulses which press from East to West and are rooted in
    • Archangeloi — if I may use this pedantic expression
    • it, something derived — if I may use the expression
    • forces of the normal Archai — presses into what had
    • to expression in the actions of men.
    • (Rudolf Steiner Press).
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    • cause a man to work on his own being bring to expression the
    • may use this expression — to rule over and direct the
    • impressive way man again finds the foundation for the moral
    • express in a humorous way, you will also be able to perceive
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    • compressed state.
    • negative we now receive the impressions of the external
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    • is also expressed in the whole outer appearance of man, in
    • the more clearly is the progress of humanity expressed in the
    • someone had this or that facial expression it indicated
    • expression but also from his gestures and movements, his
    • forms his physiognomy and the whole physical expression of
    • expression subsequently used — were the basis of the
    • constellation gives expression to their Thoughts, to their
    • was regarded by the laity as the expression of the divine
    • cosmic environment expressed itself in the fact that men
    • culture-epoch will even now have the impression that at one
    • to be expressed ; but what was living in the human soul was a
    • but wherever the poetic gift comes to expression in men of
    • throws the light back. The expression is not quite accurate,
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    • suppress this knowledge. Hence Roman wars of first
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    • suppressed so that it disappeared completely. I do not say
    • suppressed. Events now took a strange turn. Roman
    • religion there were repeated attempts to suppress the idea of
    • suppress all knowledge of the spirit.
    • eradicate, to suppress everything that proceeded from the
    • consequence of this suppression of the Mystery teachings the
    • world. It was suppressed by dogmatic Christianity from
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    • deep impression upon the thinking of recent times. In
    • suppressed. The spirit, it is true, has often been a focus of
    • physical body, expresses itself through the body and
    • immediate awareness of the spirit was at all times expressed
    • not born to die and yet he dies! These words express
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    • expressions of opinion.
    • paradoxically yet radically expressed in the words of Christ,
    • a clear idea of what is meant by the expression: the Mystery
    • realization found expression in the following words:
    • Christ that it should be suppressed.
    • impulse which found fourfold expression in the Gospels shows
    • Cosmos, as an expression of cosmic events. This is best
    • course, had to express Himself externally in the language of
    • corporeal is expressed in the line of descent from father to
    • express this in my book
    • impression that what one imagines to be a moral idea today is
    • time with impressive effect, but only to those who can
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    • down his impressions of Schelver's method of
    • notion of sexuality in our study of nature. Goethe expressly
    • expresses the view I have expressed today will not meet with
    • I say this not as an expression of opinion but as the result
    • received external impressions; he would be aware not only of
    • colours and tones, not only of external impressions, but also
    • that streams into us. If, however, the external impressions
    • spirit, we would respond to each of these impressions in our
    • to the impressions we receive through our brain and our
    • senses. For example, an impression of red invades us from
    • impression with tone. Tone issues from man with every
    • impression he receives from without. There was no such thing
    • as a static language; each object each impression was
    • correspondence between the word and the external impression.
    • expression “the lost word” which is so little
    • visual impressions with a tone. It is to this communion with
    • impressions we receive from without. But in the lower
    • the Catholics, sometimes allowed themselves to express
    • sentiments He sometimes expressed. They are prepared to
    • the Mystery of Golgotha in order to impress upon you that
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    • Herman Grimm made about the pressing needs of recent history,
    • suppressing virtually all knowledge of what occurred in the
    • Goethe, in order to give the impression that even his
    • modern society. But the sentiments expressed by this
    • People feel a pressing need to present the Christ to the
    • expressive of the epoch in question and what is unimportant,
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    • one notable passage Philo gave expression to something that
    • would endure must be understood as an expression of a wholly
    • and secular empire. This was expressed in a pregnant symbol
    • this is expressed in the legend of the palladium, the
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    • (i.e. priests and monks) was to suppress all knowledge of the
    • the word for man is Manushya. This word expresses the basic
    • wish to express the idea that man is spirit and his physical
    • themselves) are expressing his soul nature.
    • impression on him. He later exchanged the teachings of
    • suppressing that knowledge.
    • mythological language in which it is expressed. Myths, he
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    • strange impression. One emperor, for example, issued an edict
    • the Roman emperors expressly rejected animal sacrifice and
    • Church was anxious to suppress, as far as possible, those
    • suppressed, so that it would be impossible to discover from
    • ourselves to be oppressed by solitude, but allow it to become
    • express it in no other way) the Christ, the Risen Lord is
    • suppressing the Mysteries, Christ, as a historical reality,
    • compression” of his soul — all this has collapsed
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    • must not allow ourselves to be depressed by this mood of
    • now given the opportunity to give practical expression to the
    • Through the fact that Christianity suppressed all documentary
    • this need not depress us, rather should it encourage us to
    • will himself feel what is expressed in those passages and
    • Berlin lecture Hermann Bahr expressed many fine and admirable
    • the view he expresses in a passage which none the less may
    • stimulated perhaps by his illness, expresses his boldest and
    • upon something which has a certain truth; but he expressed it
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    • time who have come to this depressing conclusion. The reason
    • experience first of all a musical impression which is
    • life Ludwig radiates impressions of colour and tone. As he
    • impressions. He does not exploit them in order to gain
    • impressions.
    • First, the body is the decisive factor; sense-impressions are
    • external impression is made upon the senses, a thought
    • corresponding impression is made upon the soul from within by
    • a higher power, just as an impression is made upon the soul
    • immortality; it could no longer “press” out of
    • the Earth, they gave no indication of wishing to suppress the
    • visible world as the expression of the music of the spheres,
    • instrument is the expression of the sound waves. Thus, in the
    • Clement of Alexandria expresses for his time what we must
    • the perception of a flower or a stone is a sense-impression
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    • which have come to expression in this very building.
    • impression, they will feel more or the less the way one does
    • to see if I might not find someone who has expressed their
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    • will be impressed and believe you. Yet it is all a matter of
    • impression today are utterly unreal, though they also have a
    • Forgive the expression. Higher duties are involved than
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    • expression in our physical nature, this will inevitably take
    • focuses only on things which come to outward expression. If
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    • order to give expression to the higher reality of the lower
    • human being. This no longer comes to outward expression in
    • outward expression. We even know extreme cases. Children may
    • something which is inside and does not come to expression on
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    • been imitated to give the impression that those are real
    • nevertheless leave me with this impression. I have enormous
    • — we know it quite apart from the impression he makes
    • and give their impressions — these will not give us the
    • expression; they have to become psychologists in a most
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    • for it has made a profound impression in the present time. I
    • concern us; I do not want to express an opinion on the one or
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    • processes in that world which have come to outer expression
    • philosopher Soloviev it is possible to express by means of an
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    • Press, which understands everything and goes into everything,
    • half of the nineteenth century, ‘the Press’, as we call it
    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • principle comes to expression in different ways in individual
    • Press, managed to turn it into a joke and say, ‘Once again,
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    • grey-haired theory, if you will forgive the expression. But
    • excuse the expression — and present old-established
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    • power evolution come to expression in such figures —
    • clearer light on the impressive images Goethe has given in
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    • social efforts, many supported by press journalism, some also
    • hear opinions expressed on what are said to be developments
    • nineteenth century; you can give expression to the real
    • you will forgive the expression.
    • express their will in the different democratic institutions,
    • European and American Press to lull them to sleep over the
    • Press, is designed to point not to the realities but to
    • by — well, by a life that again is ruled by the Press.
    • an end. He says so expressly, also with reference to the
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    • extended beyond our bodily nature, as if we were no longer compressed
    • One who feels in symbols the expression for the soul force, one
    • expression in our Karma. Through our life of feeling, so far as this
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    • of what is afforded by the press for the cultivation of the emotional
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    • which expresses itself mystically. The manifesto sent out by
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    • complicating that impression would be Steiner's frequent use
    • to realize that Steiner expressly declines to offer
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    • — if I may use that expression, which of course is
    • reason for the well-known saying expressed by the Greek
    • means that whatever they express about their innermost views,
    • as a creative force, his wishing to express only views that
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    • mental pictures. So, expressing it somewhat drastically, he
    • expression — what does he mean? He says nothing about
    • Scheu expresses
    • However, he expresses this in today's abstract terminology by
    • These kinds of expressions one meets with everywhere. But
    • impression of what is necessary for today and what spiritual
    • on page 61 slugged me — excuse the expression. It says:
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    • California. The expression in the eyes of the settlers in the
    • expresses itself through the body — of this the Greeks
    • all.” That expresses more or less what I have often
    • Europe, and will emerge expressing the characteristics I have
    • genius. He argues that what comes to expression is just a
    • expression in the external world in ways that will be
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    • with those in the right side. Or, as he expresses it, the
    • maintained that the color impressions we receive from
    • find anywhere in my writings the expression “cell
    • or leg to an unusual pressure, a portion of the ether body
    • pressure.) (p. 72)
    • that it is not in the least denied that the physical pressure
    • with great cunning. One gets the impression that his
    • gives the reader the impression that I maintain that
    • impression from the description in
    • adverse impression. He first remarks: “The astral body
    • is supposed to come to expression partly in the sympathetic
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    • not only what Franz Brentano expressed in words but also the
    • life, they generally express themselves in empty words,
    • consciousness soul, these terms are coined to express the
    • expressions used by Aristotle are no longer understood.
    • expression of inner freedom. Thinking and action are not in
    • have in fact two perceptions. An impression is made on the
    • an impression is also made on the I and astral body.
    • upon his ability to bring the two impressions into accord or
    • face to face. Truth, to begin with, makes an impression on
    • about harmony between the two impressions. Concerning truth
    • you devote yourself to the impression made on the physical
    • the cosmos when we express truth. That is why we must
    • expresses itself externally as good or evil stems from what
    • stage of evolution the I only brings to expression
    • them, suppress them, but they are still there for the whole
    • example, a view widely expressed today is that each nation
    • everything I have said about Franz Brentano as an expression
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    • impression that through these soul powers one must be
    • that will truly express and illumine the facts of spiritual
    • wanted to impress upon him that one does not eat animals that
    • impressive head; in looks he corresponded exactly to the
    • mere chance. This aspect comes to expression chiefly in our
    • hidden in their inner being and that they express this
    • philosophers express it — in modus praesens, in the
    • are really expressing the opinion that things only qualify if
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    • is at a loss to find words to express the awe felt by the
    • connected with what Pascal and later Lessing expressed and
    • expressed in a simpler, paradigmatic form, saying: “If
    • law. Spiritual investigators used to express this difference
    • created a precedent. The British press was, in fact, hurling
    • bull-like tenacity wants to press on with what this evolution
    • to expression in a human being representing the age.
    • of the British people expressed exactly what the British
    • people felt. It also expresses the idealism of a 27-year-old.
    • ages. But Lloyd George expressed the un-warlike sentiment of
    • no war. This comes to expression perfectly in the sentiment
    • Britain also know that the content of what today is expressed
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    • notion that truth can always be expressed at any time in the
    • expressing himself philosophically, states that he stands for
    • image remains with us forever, if I may express it so, lying
    • finished view of the world. Much of what comes to expression
    • expressed in finished concepts always refers to something
    • that is, an intellect that expresses itself mystically. And
    • Europe a pressing necessity. Unless attempts are made to
    • provincial presses a uniform model newspaper. One could
    • French and American press. Certain newspapers in Britain,
    • there suddenly appeared in the British press a whole series
    • emphasized the view that the German spirit came to expression
    • while Hegel said that we would be able to hear nature express
    • namely, that if nature could actually express everything man
    • spirit. All this Haldane had been able to express because of
    • Lately, when lecturing in various places, I have expressed my
    • Vischer. He also coined the much used expression
    • Hyperion. The views expressed by Hyperion are his own. The
    • thinking as something active and alive, expressing itself in
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    • more detail today — is an expression of something that once
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    • Expressing this
    • feeling, and that ultimately expresses itself in the will. I
    • I therefore once expressed
    • expression.
    • simply suppresses those facts that lead onto the right path. Let us
    • materialistic view at every point. Therefore one suppresses these
    • leaving out the decisive facts, i.e., by suppressing them.
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    • more detail today — is an expression of something that once
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    • Expressing this
    • feeling, and that ultimately expresses itself in the will. I
    • I therefore once expressed
    • expression.
    • simply suppresses those facts that lead onto the right path. Let us
    • materialistic view at every point. Therefore one suppresses these
    • leaving out the decisive facts, i.e., by suppressing them.
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    • opening words he expressly gave the title “The Relation of the
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    • Raymond has expressed it quite bluntly: “When one
    • express myself abstractly to begin with, think of the sphere
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    • development, might truly be expressed in mathematical and
    • directions. In Polar regions the sunlight represses man's
    • Earth represses his inner powers. We thus see a certain
    • expression in the Tropics, in the Temperate Zones and at the
    • express itself in such phenomena as asthma. Study the complex
    • see the direct course of the year expressed in the successive
    • take into account the qualitative impression which such
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    • his eyes to the outer world to receive sense-impressions. And
    • life continues through the winter. But it expresses itself in
    • comes to expression in the life of plants will find
    • expression in man too. In what way will it do so? What we
    • to receive the impressions of the outer world. In doing so,
    • day and night, impressions are made upon our eyes by day, and
    • no impressions are made by night. You can apply this also to
    • alternations, solar and earthly, expresses itself in
    • brings to the Earth comes to expression in the soul-life of
    • sense-impressions or the like.
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in soul and spirit; the
    • Cosmos that expresses itself in the physical-corporeal life,
    • the realm of soul, less impressed upon the body. From this
    • it has only impressed itself deeply into the body.
    • experience, — a soul spiritual experience pressed more
    • 28-day period impresses itself inwardly in the realm of the
    • that is expressed in this picture as being in reality a
    • as an expressive gesture something that can, after all, also
    • calculate its path, but in this path I see an expression of
    • Moon an expression. of a life of soul. In all the movements
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    • was then developed further I repeat expressly, I will only go
    • inclinations, if we try to express them in a single concept,
    • the Commutative Law. It can be expressed in saying:
    • law is the Associative Law. It is expressed as
    • the so-called Distributive Law, expressible in the
    • law may be expressed as follows: ‘A product
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    • are expressed by our Astronomy in geometrical forms and
    • expression ‘fertilized’; we shall soon replace,
    • spinal cord and brain are stepped, is pressed upward. You
    • undergone. What comes to expression in these 28 days as a
    • result of erstwhile our impressions is no longer contained
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    • thoughts, the human faculties of knowledge find expression,
    • only found fully conscious expression. Men were perplexed as
    • otherwise confusing outer world. The Realists (an expression
    • wolf-nature, expressed in the general concept
    • civilization too; it only came to expression most clearly and
    • realm of actual sensations or sense-impressions — as
    • can truly say: What is now pressed back towards the North
    • events on Earth appear as an expression of cosmic happenings
    • question of rhythms and the rhythms are expressible in
    • make little impression on the people of today, for they are
    • relations between numbers than these that find expression in
    • made a deep impression on him. As we go back in the history
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    • knowledge is made up of the sense-impressions we receive and
    • sense-impressions in our inner mental life. Rightly and
    • what lives and works in this realm will find expression
    • eye, one of the organs giving us impressions of the outer
    • world, — sense-impressions and also what gives them
    • form and contour. These impressions, received through the
    • makes a similar impression? We find it in the process of
    • into what finds expression in this most sensitive of
    • by no means easy to express in mathematical form.) In a
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    • reasoned interpretation of these sense-impression.
    • you will allow the expression — learned from the time
    • expression, while with the comets something contrary comes
    • quantitative expression of something qualitative — the
    • force of pressure occurs as regards ponderable
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    • we express this
    • expressed in some other way), we always obtain corresponding
    • of precisely such a character as is expressed by the equation
    • the connection of what comes to expression in the head with
    • what comes to expression in the metabolic system. It is
    • exactly the same as what is expressed in the relationship
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    • inner space of the tubular bone, this compressed inner space,
    • way, it comes to expression most clearly in the bones; but in
    • have something, — if I may so express myself, —
    • something is expressed of the celestial sphere, and that
    • order. (It has nothing to do with the expression
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    • more compressed, but the appearance is still that of a loop,
    • account that in man's organized (if I may so express it)
    • itself — to Nature. Try to express in equations, this
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    • expression in the movement of celestial bodies. We want to
    • condensed and pressed together, whilst in the pair of ribs
    • compressed and the space lessoned in the vertebra.
    • express it — is enhanced by Venus and Mercury. As
    • to expression something that bears directly, not indirectly,
    • Mercury will somehow find expression in what in man too is
    • finds expression in the path and movement of the Sun, to all
    • in perspective (for here again we must express it with great
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    • ideas — from sense-impressions.
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    • express myself with caution, as you see. We have no right to
    • imagine that they find expression. Form and formation of the
    • expression in that the plant gradually falls into
    • figure, but this symbolic figure, tends to express more
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    • Sun and Moon and Earth, finding expression in some way in man
    • Cassini curve. This is in fact only another way of expressing
    • passing impression): If this be so, the human organization is
    • comes to expression approximately — if you go into the inner
    • the reality, but that I ought to express it quite
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    • express myself with caution — any criterion to tell
    • expression in his immediate experience, man has emancipated
    • surface of the Earth, finding its symptomatic expression in
    • of time, if I may so express it. We put ourselves into the
    • process finding its characteristic expression in curves that
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    • suctional. Positive matter exerts pressure, negative suction.
    • of Earth and Sun. If I press here with my finger, there will
    • arise over this surface the force or pressure whereby the
    • ponderable matter presses against me. The counter-pressure
    • Imagine a surface here pressing against the human being,
    • — or against which he is pressing. Here you already
    • ponderable pressure from without inward and of the
    • which gives you the conscious sensation of pressure.
    • express what confronts us in the planetary system by means of
    • finds expression in that we set the cathode on the one hand,
    • would not find it so very difficult to press forward to
    • express the wish that all these things, which I can only
    • end Sun, — the same contrast which finds expression in
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    • by his own forelock. What is the meaning of the expression “the
    • the intellectual forces, that have fallen — if I may express it
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    • physical human kingdom, everything that makes an impression upon the
    • the night, is wonderfully expressed in the Easter festival, which is
    • expression of the feeling man has of the inter-working of
    • naturally to be given physical expression too. Herein lies
    • Saturn. The planets impress their scripts upon the plants of the
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
    • uniform and fixed there is the impress of death, and our Calendar is
    • of preparation and will be published by the Rudolf Steiner Press. The
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    • the night, is wonderfully expressed in the Easter festival, which is
    • expression of the feeling man has of the inter-working of
    • naturally to be given physical expression too. Herein lies
    • Saturn. The planets impress their scripts upon the plants of the
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
    • uniform and fixed there is the impress of death, and our Calendar is
    • of preparation and will be published by the Rudolf Steiner Press. The
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    • its expression, its physiognomy, as it were, in the realm confronting
    • assume that sense reality is the expression of an underlying soul
    • the plants express the earth's surrender to the activity of the
    • plants somehow ex press how the earth, through what it brings forth,
    • the earth surrenders itself to the sun, which is expressed in the
    • at 9 a.m. In this way we see a marvelous expression of the
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • we regard the plants as a physiognomic expression of the earth, as
    • the expression of the features of our earth. Thus what we call our
    • that we say, there the spirit that lives throughout space expresses
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • expression only in the manifold plant being as in his own special
    • of the spirit.” And an expression of the relationship of human
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    • its expression, its physiognomy, as it were, in the realm confronting
    • assume that sense reality is the expression of an underlying soul
    • the plants express the earth's surrender to the activity of the
    • plants somehow ex press how the earth, through what it brings forth,
    • the earth surrenders itself to the sun, which is expressed in the
    • at 9 a.m. In this way we see a marvelous expression of the
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • we regard the plants as a physiognomic expression of the earth, as
    • the expression of the features of our earth. Thus what we call our
    • that we say, there the spirit that lives throughout space expresses
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • expression only in the manifold plant being as in his own special
    • of the spirit.” And an expression of the relationship of human
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    • expression?”
    • expression of the prevailing Zeitgeist of the turn
    • impressed on nearly all human activities. I mean, what we
    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • expression in him.
    • that the material process which finds expression in the
    • were in the air — if I may use the trite expression.
    • pressure of these thoughts that all the theological
    • under the pressure of this thought that for the later
    • pressure of these thoughts.
    • above — even where they are not radically expressed
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    • expresses a certain cosmic fact — a fact we cannot
    • express is the inspiring Spirit. Every time you speak —
    • you have expressed earthly representation of the Trinity. The
    • the earthly expression of the Trinity. And the Divine, the
    • which expresses the Universal content. Anthroposophical
    • the content which it expresses — brought down from
    • expression in this: that in all the things we do and
    • impulse of our willing and our doing. Then we express the
    • thinks out concerning the impressions of his senses —
    • on the sense-impressions; he wished it to take another path.
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    • saw the expression, as it were, of a language which he who
    • they tried to express how each secret of the stars is
    • relationships; it is the mere expression of an immense
    • is an expression of the entire heaven of the stars.
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    • meant to express in the language of the East the characteristic
    • illusion – apart from the fact of it being expressed more
    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • John expressed this Mystery of Life in the words: “In the
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    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • John expressed this Mystery of Life in the words: “In the
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    • wish to express in habitual terms what I have explained to you
    • keeping with the earthly sphere, but by suppressing his innate
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    • made such a deep impression on the world.
    • might say, rightly produced such a deep impression upon all those
    • expressly stated that two photographs were taken; these two
    • this expressly — that he took every possible scientific
    • expression) that he had to die. He did not clothe this in the
    • human things, with human memory, or with the ordinary expressions
    • the note C sharp and that these are impressions which come to us
    • from the external world, not impressions which rise out of our
    • expressions. But those who have some experience of the special
    • boiling point, if I may use this expression, and which leads to
    • following aim: “In regard to this or that expression of
    • is the same as when a sense impression is produced. Whenever we
    • stimulus in every sensory impression, so there is always a
    • special impression upon us when we once experience this
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    • made such a deep impression on the world.
    • might say, rightly produced such a deep impression upon all those
    • expressly stated that two photographs were taken; these two
    • this expressly — that he took every possible scientific
    • expression) that he had to die. He did not clothe this in the
    • human things, with human memory, or with the ordinary expressions
    • the note C sharp and that these are impressions which come to us
    • from the external world, not impressions which rise out of our
    • expressions. But those who have some experience of the special
    • boiling point, if I may use this expression, and which leads to
    • following aim: “In regard to this or that expression of
    • is the same as when a sense impression is produced. Whenever we
    • stimulus in every sensory impression, so there is always a
    • special impression upon us when we once experience this
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    • Expressed more
    • pre-Grecian epochs, if I may use this expression, which
    • the expression of God, that he set forth a divine being. But this
    • to expression in many forms of past religious life, through the
    • the belief that God might then express himself through man.
    • mere existence. From the manifold impressions of Nature filling
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    • pre-Grecian epochs, if I may use this expression, which
    • the expression of God, that he set forth a divine being. But this
    • to expression in many forms of past religious life, through the
    • the belief that God might then express himself through man.
    • mere existence. From the manifold impressions of Nature filling
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    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • impressions coming from outside.
    • eye, I obtain an impression from outside, and my thinking power
    • comes from inside. When I look at the table, its impression comes
    • in your air-environment — if I may use this expression
    • impressions come, as it were, from the horizontal direction, so
    • weakened. They are suppressed, as it were, because man's earthly
    • impressions are subconscious and they do not appear in the
    • impressions they only derive a general life-feeling.
    • the celestial bodies a force which is opposed to the impressions
    • our ordinary consciousness responds to the impressions coming
    • the sense impressions of ordinary consciousness. And what we
    • sense impressions and with our thinking activity. When the human
    • outside. They receive the impressions which come from below and
    • streams rising up from the earth, if I may use this expression,
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • (“verleuchtet”) — if I may use this expression
    • that of feeling, then one cannot use the expressions which
    • expressed in words. They can only be expressed, as already
    • — if I may use this expression — the humanly
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    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • impressions coming from outside.
    • eye, I obtain an impression from outside, and my thinking power
    • comes from inside. When I look at the table, its impression comes
    • in your air-environment — if I may use this expression
    • impressions come, as it were, from the horizontal direction, so
    • weakened. They are suppressed, as it were, because man's earthly
    • impressions are subconscious and they do not appear in the
    • impressions they only derive a general life-feeling.
    • the celestial bodies a force which is opposed to the impressions
    • our ordinary consciousness responds to the impressions coming
    • the sense impressions of ordinary consciousness. And what we
    • sense impressions and with our thinking activity. When the human
    • outside. They receive the impressions which come from below and
    • streams rising up from the earth, if I may use this expression,
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • (“verleuchtet”) — if I may use this expression
    • that of feeling, then one cannot use the expressions which
    • expressed in words. They can only be expressed, as already
    • — if I may use this expression — the humanly
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    • knowledge and impressions resulting from the natural-scientific
    • the germination was looked upon merely as the external expression
    • impressions.
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • developed by repressing the external orientation, by crossing the
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    • knowledge and impressions resulting from the natural-scientific
    • the germination was looked upon merely as the external expression
    • impressions.
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • developed by repressing the external orientation, by crossing the
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    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • be permeated with certain nuances and expressions which
    • express myself in words of the ordinary consciousness) who
    • this law. The nature of my subject entails that I express myself
    • strong impression, in which the life of thoughts illuminates the
    • powerful thought impression (to mathematicians I might say: this
    • much interest in it) let me express the following fact:
    • expression in modern science, to this same extent humanity will
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    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • be permeated with certain nuances and expressions which
    • express myself in words of the ordinary consciousness) who
    • this law. The nature of my subject entails that I express myself
    • strong impression, in which the life of thoughts illuminates the
    • powerful thought impression (to mathematicians I might say: this
    • much interest in it) let me express the following fact:
    • expression in modern science, to this same extent humanity will
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • neighbourhood of Pressburg. Other people made similar collections in
    • but it may be brought forward because it expresses purely historical
    • of which I have already spoken. The subject itself impressed its
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • expressed and to-day we must visualise spiritually that there is in
    • Earth, it has been expressed in beautiful words which I will put
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • neighbourhood of Pressburg. Other people made similar collections in
    • but it may be brought forward because it expresses purely historical
    • of which I have already spoken. The subject itself impressed its
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • expressed and to-day we must visualise spiritually that there is in
    • Earth, it has been expressed in beautiful words which I will put
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    • Mercury Press
    • feeling can impress itself into all human souls everywhere in these
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • ancient times deep thoughts came to expression in such pictures, and
    • “I.” We learn to express our “I” at a
    • takes an impress into the grave when he dies as Adam — this
    • the 1850's. He searched for them in the area around Pressburg, and
    • then further beyond Pressburg into Hungary. Others collected such
    • thought to expression that I have wanted to let arise before your
    • basically very simple to express this thought? Yes, it is. Indeed,
    • dispute resides in human souls. The thought can be expressed this
    • die as children, though this must be expressed only partially,
    • with you today the words of one who expressed this so
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    • MERCURY PRESS
    • Copyright © 1986 by Mercury Press
    • Mercury Press
    • feeling can impress itself into all human souls everywhere in these
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • ancient times deep thoughts came to expression in such pictures, and
    • “I.” We learn to express our “I” at a
    • takes an impress into the grave when he dies as Adam — this
    • the 1850's. He searched for them in the area around Pressburg, and
    • then further beyond Pressburg into Hungary. Others collected such
    • thought to expression that I have wanted to let arise before your
    • basically very simple to express this thought? Yes, it is. Indeed,
    • dispute resides in human souls. The thought can be expressed this
    • die as children, though this must be expressed only partially,
    • with you today the words of one who expressed this so
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    • of something distinctive in the way each is expressed, and
    • can express in modern language as follows: If once we dwelt
    • could be said regarding the outward expression of the mental
    • are expressed in a beautiful myth, the legend of Djemjid.
    • attitude which must be expressed somewhat as follows.
    • have expressed this attitude in the following way: ‘All
    • expressed these feelings in laws or rules. They wished to
    • expression, the impulse upwards. That was the external result
    • essence, the essence which found expression in this blood. In
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    • very important point of view expressed in Zarathustrianism;
    • impression made by the influence of Zarathustra on subsequent
    • receive the ordinary impressions from his surroundings like
    • individuality so as to receive impressions from the external
    • This fact is expressed in the symbolic legend which relates
    • expressed in a special way. This was referred to in Munich in
    • express the mighty facts revealed inwardly to the soul, we
    • every truth can be expressed simply, and that the mode of
    • expression is the criterion of whether someone possesses this
    • strives to express what is grand and exalted. I spoke in
    • the pupil could only be expressed in a most restricted way
    • expressed. There the inadequacy of speech to call up the
    • effort in the Mysteries to find other means to express the
    • expression — words — have for centuries been
    • pictures were used to express experiences within the human
    • Therefore it was expressed in this wise: The coincidence of
    • pictorial way, something that had to be expressed as taking
    • expressing something taking place in humanity. Certain
    • expressions found in human history have arisen in this way;
    • is symbolically expressed, it may very well happen that
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    • expressed physically) streams from the sun to the earth
    • learnt to suppress mere sense-perceptions and to become
    • evolution of the individual man is expressed in a law that is
    • he points expressly to this by enumerating fourteen
    • it had been indelibly impressed on the different principles
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    • spiritual and mental activities had to be impressed upon the
    • to become the expression of the Mystery of Christ in the
    • this mystery was expressed here also. The similarity of the
    • were expressed in a language of the stars, that the teachers
    • of which they sought to express man's spiritual
    • expression of this Godhead. Raising his eyes to the firmament
    • similar ordering should obtain as that expressed in the
    • Zodiac, constellations were expressed in which they found a
    • language expressing the deeds of the gods. The close
    • expressed in the descendants of Abraham. Thus, in the twelve
    • the language of the gods finds expression above in the twelve
    • that rules the whole cosmos. They gave expression to this
    • original form of expression. It declared the power inherent
    • expression in the starry constellations. The original
    • Universe, found expression first in the Aramaic language, in
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    • expressed their thoughts somewhat in this way: ‘The
    • groupings into constellations, provide a form of expression
    • pour his being forth into something that is expressed in the
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    • expression in sound of the inner character of the being. It
    • there was also an outward change, for why is it expressly
    • formerly, only a being of inward feeling unable to express
    • expresses exactly the facts I have explained as the result of
    • the Nathan Jesus, and what was external became an expression
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    • path could be developed, should find expression in a single
    • impression made upon him, he would be as one who with
    • down into his inner being, by being compressed within his
    • and etheric body we see the compression of the human
    • how at the Last Supper the Christ gives expression to this
    • He feels Himself to be a part of what is expressed in the
    • fluid. Expression is given to this conscious
    • that is experienced by man as a blinding, is expressed in the
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    • suppressed. When a man ascended into the spiritual world his
    • excessive strength, suppression of the ego-feeling was
    • dream-consciousness, but a suppressed condition of
    • confront external objects, had to be suppressed. A little
    • of an animal, plant, and mineral kingdom, they expressed this
    • and Hod. If these three expressions are to be made in some
    • to express the idea of something spiritual appearing
    • desires to make itself known outwardly, to express itself
    • astral in nature. This desire for outward expression is
    • however, is philosophy.) ‘Nezach’ expresses the
    • Hod. What lies between these two is the degree expressed in
    • define the intermediate conditions. These words express the
    • expressed by the three Hebrew words we have just considered.
    • ancient Hebrew occult teaching by three expressions which are
    • is expressed by Geburah, though connected with the first, has
    • way. Tipheret is an expression for greatness at rest
    • gives expression to spiritual greatness, is such as we can
    • only express through a combination of the two ideas,
    • expressing its inner nature in outward form appears beautiful
    • to us. A being giving outward expression to its intrinsic
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    • Jesus and the occurrences of the Mysteries. To express it
    • this image occur so frequently? Because it expresses the
    • Mysteries through suppression of the consciousness has now
    • formerly had taken place in a state of suppressed
    • attainable with a suppressed Ego. Had it been necessary for
    • which the teaching depended, He must have expressed it thus:
    • savant upon whom these sentences made such an impression
    • period the soul was still very impressionable, and certain
    • blessedness of the etheric body is expressed differently. The
    • suppress their emotions and passions and the egoism of their
    • expression, after which he can make further ascent, in a new
    • rational soul first came to expression; in our time it is the
    • spiritual-soul that is destined to find expression —
    • been said that the blood is the expression of the ego in the
    • this sixth Beatitude has to express in a practical way how
    • outer expression of the Godhead.
    • widows and supports all those who are oppressed.
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    • past, when the ego was to a certain extent suppressed. In all
    • formerly through suppression of the ego. If formerly men
    • expression, ‘I say unto you,’ showing how Christ
    • is expressed in the words, ‘I say it!’ ‘I,
    • in full consciousness.’ The expression, ‘I say
    • through a suppressed ego-consciousness induced in the
    • Mysteries, and without suppression of His
    • his healing powers through the suppression of his
    • expression. It was this that the narrator of the Gospel of
    • spiritual world. This is expressed in the words, ‘Those
    • could receive facts concerning the spiritual worlds expressed
    • expressed?
    • expressly mentioned, thus indicating His meaning even more
    • beheld the Christ filled with His Sun-force — expressed
    • would impress on his hearers the fact that once and once only
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    • impressed on the spiritual-soul. As yet humanity has made but
    • witness the impressing of the forces of the spirit-self on
    • impressed on normal humanity.
    • mean something to them. Or, to express this in
    • expressed in a special way in the Mysteries. It was said
    • and this is expressed in a language taken from the stars. The
    • law is the same. Two symbols are used to express this fact,
    • express the connection between an ancestor and his
    • illumination is associated with it. This is expressed quite
    • expression of something that occurred in the living spiritual
    • language, were found adequate to express it. The only way
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    • regards earlier planetary conditions we may express this in a
    • within it. Just as the soul expresses itself in sound, so the
    • expression of tenderness that could only come from such an
    • that the expression which has stirred up so much controversy,
    • out that something more is expressed by the coin than is
    • expressions for the Zodiacal signs surrounding the sun. It is
    • Christ-Being had impressed Himself — His own nature
    • express the being who is in the Christ by any other name we
    • the overwhelming impression from the words, ‘O man,
    • under the impression of the words, ‘O man, feel and
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    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • physical sound, the senses to turn away from outer impressions, and
    • “Turn away from colours, sounds and all the outer impressions
    • time. This understanding was expressed in symbolical imagery, in
    • world, was expressed by the name of Apollo
    • expressed in the cult of Apollo and the mystic doctrine of
    • which is now expressed by Spiritual
    • but a vague Pantheism. We may think we express a
    • to use the old expression — in distinction to his physical body
    • a line which returns on itself, forming a circle as the expression of
    • was later called the Zodiac. This is the expression of the spiritual
    • expression of the activity of Ormuzd. The Zodiac is the expression of
    • expressions of Ormuzd (who represents the light part of the Zodiac)
    • he beheld here the expressions of spiritual beings who are, as it
    • expressed in the raying forth of the Sun from Aries, Taurus, Cancer,
    • and so forth. The activity of Ormuzd is expressed in the raying of
    • and working in him. The human head was to them the visible expression
    • Amschaspands. How is this truth expressed at the present time?
    • Zarathustra. And we shall not wonder at the view expressed by a Greek
    • impressions of the physical world, that the sensuous appeals of
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    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • physical sound, the senses to turn away from outer impressions, and
    • “Turn away from colours, sounds and all the outer impressions
    • time. This understanding was expressed in symbolical imagery, in
    • world, was expressed by the name of Apollo
    • expressed in the cult of Apollo and the mystic doctrine of
    • which is now expressed by Spiritual
    • but a vague Pantheism. We may think we express a
    • to use the old expression — in distinction to his physical body
    • a line which returns on itself, forming a circle as the expression of
    • was later called the Zodiac. This is the expression of the spiritual
    • expression of the activity of Ormuzd. The Zodiac is the expression of
    • expressions of Ormuzd (who represents the light part of the Zodiac)
    • he beheld here the expressions of spiritual beings who are, as it
    • expressed in the raying forth of the Sun from Aries, Taurus, Cancer,
    • and so forth. The activity of Ormuzd is expressed in the raying of
    • and working in him. The human head was to them the visible expression
    • Amschaspands. How is this truth expressed at the present time?
    • Zarathustra. And we shall not wonder at the view expressed by a Greek
    • impressions of the physical world, that the sensuous appeals of
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    • ancient Egyptian culture that he could only express the keynote of
    • the significance of this expression only dawns upon us when the light
    • thought and feeling. And again — what a curious impression is
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • expressions of a mighty cosmic clock. When we gaze at this mighty
    • expressions of the mighty cosmic clock they saw a portrayal of forces
    • stars and had created in a cosmic script, an expression of
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • attained to his Isis-nature. This again may be expressed by saying:
    • express the activities of the other spiritual Powers. His script was
    • Nothing that is on the Earth can help me to express what man
    • Hermes who expressed with the greatest sublimity the relation of the
    • he expressed, in his own being, the deepest soul life of man. All
    • that was expressed in the deeds of man, even in daily pursuits where
    • heavenly activities as expressed in the stellar script. This script
    • expression of the mighty cosmic timepiece.
    • express the Spiritual in different forms, so do the several
    • which are expressed in the Pyramids. The second stage is the world of
    • plants and the inner forces of this world are expressed in the Lotus
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    • ancient Egyptian culture that he could only express the keynote of
    • the significance of this expression only dawns upon us when the light
    • thought and feeling. And again — what a curious impression is
    • expression for such ideas in the world surrounding physical existence
    • expressions of a mighty cosmic clock. When we gaze at this mighty
    • expressions of the mighty cosmic clock they saw a portrayal of forces
    • stars and had created in a cosmic script, an expression of
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • attained to his Isis-nature. This again may be expressed by saying:
    • express the activities of the other spiritual Powers. His script was
    • Nothing that is on the Earth can help me to express what man
    • Hermes who expressed with the greatest sublimity the relation of the
    • he expressed, in his own being, the deepest soul life of man. All
    • that was expressed in the deeds of man, even in daily pursuits where
    • heavenly activities as expressed in the stellar script. This script
    • expression of the mighty cosmic timepiece.
    • express the Spiritual in different forms, so do the several
    • which are expressed in the Pyramids. The second stage is the world of
    • plants and the inner forces of this world are expressed in the Lotus
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    • to push on towards the desk, pressing the down together. But I am unable
    • to reach the desk, I have to stop half-way, because I cannot compress
    • the down any further. I cannot reach the desk but can feel pressure when
    • urge to express the “I” — in fact to produce real
    • Instead, you feel the resistance just as I do when I press forward. This
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    • to push on towards the desk, pressing the down together. But I am unable
    • to reach the desk, I have to stop half-way, because I cannot compress
    • the down any further. I cannot reach the desk but can feel pressure when
    • urge to express the “I” — in fact to produce real
    • Instead, you feel the resistance just as I do when I press forward. This
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    • particular expressions of it can be related to their counterparts in the
    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • memory is robust and full-blooded — if I may use such expressions
    • impressions of the present in the right way. It is between the change
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
    • expression in speech. We do not only breathe in and breathe out higher
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
    • expressed. We express our whole being in the process of out-breathing;
    • can give ear to what the tones express through their very nature, has a
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
    • “Only through the dawn of beauty do you press on into the land of
    • through the door of beauty do you press on into the land of knowledge.”
    • do you press on into the land of knowledge.” In other words —
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    • particular expressions of it can be related to their counterparts in the
    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • memory is robust and full-blooded — if I may use such expressions
    • impressions of the present in the right way. It is between the change
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
    • expression in speech. We do not only breathe in and breathe out higher
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
    • expressed. We express our whole being in the process of out-breathing;
    • can give ear to what the tones express through their very nature, has a
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
    • “Only through the dawn of beauty do you press on into the land of
    • through the door of beauty do you press on into the land of knowledge.”
    • do you press on into the land of knowledge.” In other words —
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
    • soul is affected by impressions of colour, tone or warmth, perceiving
    • if I may so express it, ‘enfired;’ but in order for these
    • connected, if I may so express it, with the highest heavens; it is
    • expression in the visibility of the Moon do, it is true, enter into the
    • express it in this way. Just as the soul of man is permeated from going
    • process, but if we want to find some way of expressing it, we might say
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • today is made to cover a great deal. I refer to the expression: the
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • indefinite world-substance. One has really to coin words to express what
    • soul is affected by impressions of colour, tone or warmth, perceiving
    • if I may so express it, ‘enfired;’ but in order for these
    • connected, if I may so express it, with the highest heavens; it is
    • expression in the visibility of the Moon do, it is true, enter into the
    • express it in this way. Just as the soul of man is permeated from going
    • process, but if we want to find some way of expressing it, we might say
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    • impressing upon their readers what they ought to believe about
    • expressed his sense of their great worth in his book,
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    • impressing upon their readers what they ought to believe about
    • expressed his sense of their great worth in his book,
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    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • reason we can say that fatigue is an expression testifying
    • into an exchange with the new. The result is expressed in
    • which expresses itself in fatigue. Hence, we really have the
    • might express thus; “We purchase the higher form, the
    • an impression of it through the eye or ear, we have then
    • taken into ourselves something more than an inner impression
    • not receive the inner impression of the idea, it cannot be
    • and through which the inner impression is occasioned,
    • by every sense-impression, and by everything that we can
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • as man obtains only conscious impressions from the external
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    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • reason we can say that fatigue is an expression testifying
    • into an exchange with the new. The result is expressed in
    • which expresses itself in fatigue. Hence, we really have the
    • might express thus; “We purchase the higher form, the
    • an impression of it through the eye or ear, we have then
    • taken into ourselves something more than an inner impression
    • not receive the inner impression of the idea, it cannot be
    • and through which the inner impression is occasioned,
    • by every sense-impression, and by everything that we can
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • as man obtains only conscious impressions from the external
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    • post-Atlantean cultures is expressed in the seven seals,
    • name of Christ will be expressed in the countenance of
    • expression for this is the woman who bears the sun within her
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Introductory Lecture
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    • expression, which signified the highest they knew to the
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture I
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    • me express my great satisfaction that we are able to
    • Especially do I express it to our friends in Nuremberg,
    • a physical expression of divine spiritual realities; and when
    • physiognomical expression, or the countenance, as it were, of
    • history is when looked upon as the expression of the divine
    • expression of beautiful karmic connections. One feels oneself
    • I am now about to make must not be pressed too far or too
    • sharply outlined in thought. It is only intended to express
    • pressed too far, but they may be taken as a pictorial
    • physiognomical expression in the placing of the first German
    • physiognomical expression of super-sensible spirit. May we,
    • the Apocalypse expressed in his work the results of his
    • writing were expressed by figures. And, like much else, some
    • follow it step by step! At every step the impressions of the
    • outer world press in upon you, you perceive them; you see,
    • hear, smell, etc. When you are doing your work impressions
    • impressions with your intellect. The poet who is not an
    • the impressions received during the day which could mould it
    • the impressions of the external world. These work through the
    • physical body is expressed in the astral body. When the eyes
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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture II
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    • of light. The astral body is the expression of his passions,
    • “Streaming-out” does not express it quite
    • duration. That is the expression for it. Blissful rest in
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture III
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    • may be expressed in the words, “That which surrounds us
    • is the expression of his will, so that which was visible in
    • expressed in small communities. These small communities,
    • expresses itself in looking upon the earth as the field in
    • expressly told that they are spiritual beings who cannot be
    • designation for those who express life merely in a material
    • by the word,” and is expressed in the Apocalypse by the “
    • Vulcan. That is the way it is usually expressed, and it is
    • especially in bygone times. They did not express themselves
    • know him is an outer expression of the seven human principles
    • body, of which the external physical body is the expression,
    • the principle of the life body whose expression is the
    • According to the technical expression used in occultism these
    • age, which is represented by the community expressing itself
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    • faces and express it in their gestures and the movements of
    • through a long series is enumerated. And again the expression
    • book with the seven seals. The expression “book” has always
    • shall see that what is revealed expresses stage after stage
    • expressed. “Paid when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw
    • form and live again in the spiritual. How is this expressed?
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    • were expressed at that time in this warmth. That which then
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    • as words can express clairvoyant perception.
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    • mission of the earth, which is expressed in love, that the
    • fullness. Hence this “I” must be expressed by the sharp
    • expressed in the features all that is in our age being
    • to fight one another and to allow the “I” to express itself
    • forms of all the other beings will be an expression of good
    • vision. An evil man will express his evil, a good man will
    • express the good that is within him; but in the seventh epoch
    • world, that is to say the images, the expressions, the
    • heavenly world, the expression of it. And then the earth will
    • been able to express what is good, noble, intellectual and
    • expression of Christ Jesus in their countenances, whose words
    • expression of what is noble, beautiful, intellectual and
    • opposite of love press down — again throughout seven
    • divine wrath, that is the technical expression for it. Just
    • the expression of the soul within; but it will gradually
    • become an expression of what the soul experiences within.
    • Man's outer body will thus become an expression of the
    • our earth evolution this is also expressed by our naming the
    • strength is expressed in Mars, and that which it has inherited
    • from the cosmos of wisdom is expressed in Mercury. The
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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IX
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    • whole man makes the impression he now does upon those who
    • become spiritualized, is wonderfully expressed in the Bible
    • That is, the body which is the expression of the soul of
    • as the luminous expression of what the soul is. “It is sown
    • the expression of his capacity for receiving the Christ. It
    • assumes a spiritual body, is an expression of the inner
    • difficult to express the words in ordinary language. Thus we
    • pressed, as it were, into the human form like india-rubber. It
    • external physical expression for something etheric. I will
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    • these things and expressed them, they passed over into the
    • are the expression of his desires, instincts and thoughts; in
    • is difficult in our language to find words to express these
    • the expressions for these kingdoms are coined in accordance
    • and the being produced would be an expression of villainy.
    • use the expressions named: Man passes into the next kingdom.
    • But these expressions do not apply to Saturn. Upon Saturn man
    • were formerly called globes. The latter expression was
    • although the expression “race” applies only to the middle
    • eagle form and the human form. He then pressed forward and
    • fourth age of the Atlantean epoch. To express it plainly, we
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    • will be expressed in the astral by their having essentially
    • expression is not merely to be understood symbolically, it is
    • epoch expressed in the Apocalypse of John by the seven seals;
    • expressed by the seven seals; and the epoch expressed by the
    • which consists in letters being expressed by corresponding
    • the number 666, hit on the principle of expressing letters by
    • These four letters express the four numbers
    • if it is to express what we have explained? It must mean the
    • expressed by these four letters, by Samech, the physical
    • evolution is expressed by the four letters. The writer of the
    • hi signs. He has put that which 666 expresses in signs. What
    • the mystery language is expressed by the word “Sorath,”
    • expressed by the four numbers, 400, 200, 6 and 60. This is a
    • very veiled way of expressing 666. Thus we see that the
    • the most important mysteries should be expressed in symbols.
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    • impressions of the future. The souls now living in bodies
    • nothing but the expression of the sorrow around him! It will
    • such men as have pressed forward to the Jupiter
    • every turn of expression, is significant. We must only try to
    • expresses many of the truths known to Spiritual Science. He
    • come into depths which cannot possibly be expressed to-day,
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    • edited by A. J. Arberry (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1953).
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  • Title: Three Streams: The Epistle of Barnabas
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    • pitying the poor man, not toiling for him that is oppressed with
    • turning away from him that is in want, oppressing him that is
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • or — to use the more workable expression I am trying to
    • Goethean expression — a metamorphosis of previous cosmic
    • impressed by how much their pictures make them look like their
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • living impression of the primeval wisdom of mankind which we can
    • the same time gain from this spirituality an impression of reality in
    • expression but there is no better one — that in the second and
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • therefore, could give expression to the truth about Christianity only
    • the Latin language, the language which expresses the most
    • and holy passion. Although he is a typical Roman who expresses
    • well educated man — he writes with impressiveness, with
    • way in which Tertullian himself speaks is impressive enough. In a kind
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • validity for its endeavour to press on to a more conscious
    • attention not so much to the idea it expresses as to the feeling it
    • this Professor of Philosophy, this philosophical author, expresses himself
    • oppressively active in the unconscious, demanding entrance into
    • an Epistle expresses it. It is a most remarkable fact that in this
    • this. The writer of the Apocalypse expresses himself with a certain
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • characteristic teaching, an impressive world-outlook developed in
    • the ghost of nature, we feel impelled to press on to the true reality
    • the ghost of nature? Then you must press on to the reality.”
    • where I speak of it right at the beginning. But there I had to express
    • We have given artistic expression to them in our seven pillars, and
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Demosthenes, who stuttered, but still expressed the Greek
    • Catholicism. Such spirits give expression to what our age must
    • express if it is to be healthy — the endeavour to feel once
    • to see all nature as an expression of the divine-spiritual World-Order.
    • — man's need for the sacramental and his need for expressive
    • this thought, the creation in an expressive unity of forms demanded
    • external pressure to recognise that knowledge of the cosmos does no
    • things, my dear friends, cannot be expressed through a few bourgeois,
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    • words express, and a light may be felt which must be half veiled,
    • and impressive manner. This is perhaps the reason for the first part
    • And usually a lack of agreement is expressed in some kind of
    • assume that someone expresses his
    • Steiner expressed himself in the following way about this affair in
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    • words express, and a light may be felt which must be half veiled,
    • and impressive manner. This is perhaps the reason for the first part
    • And usually a lack of agreement is expressed in some kind of
    • assume that someone expresses his
    • Steiner expressed himself in the following way about this affair in
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    • which floats around him as his aura and is the expression of
    • everything on the physical plane is an expression of forces
    • ways in which the expressions “astral”, etc. must
    • hours, you impress these laws upon your blood — you
    • birds! In these migrations instinct comes to expression.
    • to express this in a somewhat trivial manner, we may say:
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    • which floats around him as his aura and is the expression of
    • everything on the physical plane is an expression of forces
    • ways in which the expressions “astral”, etc. must
    • hours, you impress these laws upon your blood — you
    • birds! In these migrations instinct comes to expression.
    • to express this in a somewhat trivial manner, we may say:
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    • are expressed from one side to the other, and anyone who has
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • comes to expression, at a more mature age, after he arrives
    • intimate, something lived that cannot be expressed in any
    • feels that they represent something. They do not express
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
    • develop further. It is expressly said: “and up to man
    • his days, was as yet unable to express the idea of
    • Goethe compress all that Faust has achieved since the time of
    • expressed by Goethe paradigmatically and monumentally in
    • expressed by Goethe in the words:
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    • are expressed from one side to the other, and anyone who has
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • comes to expression, at a more mature age, after he arrives
    • intimate, something lived that cannot be expressed in any
    • feels that they represent something. They do not express
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
    • develop further. It is expressly said: “and up to man
    • his days, was as yet unable to express the idea of
    • Goethe compress all that Faust has achieved since the time of
    • expressed by Goethe paradigmatically and monumentally in
    • expressed by Goethe in the words:
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    • must expressly emphasize the fact that I do not by any means
    • I have expressed the matter in the following way to various
    • choice” — I could express myself at that time in
    • this expression — we form our judgment about things
    • matter to express in an international way the meaning of
    • these things are to be expressed, it is imperative that we
    • speaks to you of the human being, expressing quite
    • oppressive feeling or the aftereffects in the form of a
    • vision of something that oppresses one. It is an imaginative
    • observations will be expressed by him in words applicable to
    • to use this expression, for forming judgments on the basis of
    • oppressive nightmare and will appear in its true form only
    • suppressed the other Elohim at an early period. The other
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture II: The Present from the Viewpoint of the Present
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    • modern proletariat — or, better expressed, from the
    • unions. Likewise, only those enjoy the freedom of the press
    • who perform practical labor. The press of the bourgeois class
    • is suppressed, and not tolerated.
    • to give expression to their proletariat conception of life.
    • cannot so express ourselves as to say, “But I do not
  • Title: Challenge/Times: Lecture III: The Mechanistic, Eugenic and Hygienic Aspects of the Future
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    • movements. This force is more or less clearly expressed, but
    • considering the expression “solution of the social
    • that people express outwardly with stammering tongues. This
    • is expressed externally in the economic structure, still
    • evolution. We must come to the point, for time is pressing in
    • concretely and objectively. Time is pressing in that
    • thoughts are expressed by one, therefore, who supposes that
    • China, South America, Germany or France. Such a one expresses
    • — or, if I may use the crass expression, professional
    • — if I may be permitted to use the crass expression
    • made under the pressure and urgency of contemporary events
    • publicly manifest as the external expression of that science
    • example, by the press — this might or might not be true
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    • In my last lecture I expressly emphasized
    • expressed, for the ordinary everyday life? Well, when this
    • accordance with the image of them that presses upward out of
    • expression, in their manifestation, play a special role. One
    • really consist only in the suppression of consciousness, of
    • the thinking consciousness, in the suppression of antisocial
    • a certain way bring about the suppression of antisocial
    • der Zeit makes a grotesquely comical impression upon a
    • might say, if we chose to express ourselves in a trivial way,
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    • expression goes, he first beheld the light of the world, when
    • embryonic time. These forces that were impressed upon man
    • measure exposed to the impressions of life, because forces
    • opposing the impressions of life, which were acquired in the
    • totality of our life-expressions, even our psychic
    • expression. Because we breathe, we understand the world
    • pressed upward again when the air is breathed in so that a
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    • impulses exist in him and must come to expression regardless
    • comes especially to expression in the development of the
    • suppression that has been experienced by the great masses
    • characteristic expression appears again and again from the
    • that come to expression through language. I have often
    • that happens to the world, if we may so express the matter,
    • and it can suppress other tendencies. The other tendencies,
    • Indian expression — become a “homeless”
    • mere assertion, or must make the impression of untruthfulness
    • we can express this also differently; in other words, we can
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • which expresses to us how a soul of the early Christian
    • is meant to express the highest human striving, yet at the same
    • sink into the poem of the Greek Empress Eudocia. She created a
    • the wisdom of cosmic powers is expressed; and so in the astral
    • feel how the all-power is expressed in relation to the body of
    • expressed by St. Luke's Gospel. If one approached this
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    • we have lived the great ideal which we want to express through
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • which expresses to us how a soul of the early Christian
    • is meant to express the highest human striving, yet at the same
    • sink into the poem of the Greek Empress Eudocia. She created a
    • the wisdom of cosmic powers is expressed; and so in the astral
    • feel how the all-power is expressed in relation to the body of
    • expressed by St. Luke's Gospel. If one approached this
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    • printing-press, of those days when, for the majority of the
    • expressed thus by Aristotle”. Now the modern
    • as the expression of the ancient wisdom — and then used
    • that which Divine thoughts have expressed in
    • Nature, are as the letters of an alphabet, which express the
    • of the planets.” He expressed his system of the
    • stars. In short, all which may be expressed as the revelation
    • of the Divine Wisdom expressed in the world of sense. All
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • impression on us. For example, red. Is the red colour in the
    • one after another. Mighty minds like that of Galileo pressed
    • impressions of the senses. These are his first means of
    • impressions of the senses.
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • Giordano Bruno. After a man has received what the impressions
    • within himself) into the impressions. The impression is made
    • Then something higher and truer than any impression created
    • expressions which resemble those used now to express
    • expression in contradistinction to the teaching of Aristotle
    • individual plants. The expression “Urpflanze”,
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    • printing-press, of those days when, for the majority of the
    • expressed thus by Aristotle”. Now the modern
    • as the expression of the ancient wisdom — and then used
    • that which Divine thoughts have expressed in
    • Nature, are as the letters of an alphabet, which express the
    • of the planets.” He expressed his system of the
    • stars. In short, all which may be expressed as the revelation
    • of the Divine Wisdom expressed in the world of sense. All
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • impression on us. For example, red. Is the red colour in the
    • one after another. Mighty minds like that of Galileo pressed
    • impressions of the senses. These are his first means of
    • impressions of the senses.
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • Giordano Bruno. After a man has received what the impressions
    • within himself) into the impressions. The impression is made
    • Then something higher and truer than any impression created
    • expressions which resemble those used now to express
    • expression in contradistinction to the teaching of Aristotle
    • individual plants. The expression “Urpflanze”,
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  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • expression ‘when we are speaking’ can truthfully be used, but
    • distances which do not come to expression on the physical
    • impressed, liked what he said, found it helpful and valuable?
    • children who have died can be expressed by saying that in the
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    • such an impression of sincerity and truthfulness on us,
    • should like to impress upon you above all is, that in
    • that the train of thought of a scientist might be expressed
    • general comprehension, or conception of the impression
    • human forces of the soul, as they are expressed in the
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    • such an impression of sincerity and truthfulness on us,
    • should like to impress upon you above all is, that in
    • that the train of thought of a scientist might be expressed
    • general comprehension, or conception of the impression
    • human forces of the soul, as they are expressed in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • if one can get beyond their unusual impression, one will
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • expressed in the ideas and concepts of the healthy human
    • lazy in applying expressly a right meaning and understanding
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    • if one can get beyond their unusual impression, one will
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • expressed in the ideas and concepts of the healthy human
    • lazy in applying expressly a right meaning and understanding
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • our time is impressed with a far-reaching belief in authority,
    • much impressed by the public opinions with which we are fed
    • remained unsatisfied or were repressed. Take a concrete
    • education, by the exhortation of her parents, she repressed it.
    • it finds expression. For though the lady in her outer life is
    • suppressed craving's, broken plans of life and finally the
    • soul's life’ (though, as I said, the expression is by no means
    • is in the soul of man, pressing on from one incarnation
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
    • whole conduct and appearance as it expresses itself in
    • much of the working of the Karma of vocation finds expression.
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    • our time is impressed with a far-reaching belief in authority,
    • much impressed by the public opinions with which we are fed
    • remained unsatisfied or were repressed. Take a concrete
    • education, by the exhortation of her parents, she repressed it.
    • it finds expression. For though the lady in her outer life is
    • suppressed craving's, broken plans of life and finally the
    • soul's life’ (though, as I said, the expression is by no means
    • is in the soul of man, pressing on from one incarnation
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
    • whole conduct and appearance as it expresses itself in
    • much of the working of the Karma of vocation finds expression.
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    • no little impression on his superiors, — as I suppose
    • mysterious aspects of existence, which will indeed impress
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    • mysterious aspects of existence, which will indeed impress
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • expression in Western Europe and in America. With this
    • is only a goal for the present: it is not so clearly expressed,
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • expresses: If an un-awaited resurrection does not occur,
    • tragedy, and he expressed it thus: We are not the
    • approaching. (It can perhaps better be expressed by the English
    • myself happen to want to say. What I express, is said in
    • And we get this impression: How right were John Stuart
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    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • expression in Western Europe and in America. With this
    • is only a goal for the present: it is not so clearly expressed,
    • now rather in our ideas; John Stuart Mill expressed practically
    • expresses: If an un-awaited resurrection does not occur,
    • tragedy, and he expressed it thus: We are not the
    • approaching. (It can perhaps better be expressed by the English
    • myself happen to want to say. What I express, is said in
    • And we get this impression: How right were John Stuart
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    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • may not be clearly expressed confessions of faith, but
    • rule was thus expressed: it is one of the most punishable
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    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • may not be clearly expressed confessions of faith, but
    • rule was thus expressed: it is one of the most punishable
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    • escape the impression that it points in a way to the mystery of
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • of a higher life. The right form of expression would be to
    • the facts express himself. But one who is ignorant of the facts
    • express himself in just this realm otherwise than is done by
    • of the life of the soul. This is the depressing problem
    • be expressed, eliminate self-seeking from the human soul. When
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    • or charming, as many express it — will not seem to
    • escape the impression that it points in a way to the mystery of
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • of a higher life. The right form of expression would be to
    • the facts express himself. But one who is ignorant of the facts
    • express himself in just this realm otherwise than is done by
    • of the life of the soul. This is the depressing problem
    • be expressed, eliminate self-seeking from the human soul. When
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • external expression of inner spiritual processes. The esoteric
    • etc., these are for him the expression of the inner spiritual
    • rising and setting of the moon, as the external expression of
    • expressions in mime of those divine-spiritual Beings, as also
    • external expression of inner divine-spiritual sway. But the
    • expressions of the spiritual. When he pointed to the sun
    • esoteric Christian saw the physiognomical expression of the old
    • Jehovah-principle, the expression of the religion of the old
    • sun the expression of the spiritual light ruling the earth, the
    • Christ-light, and in the moon the expression of the reflected
    • him the earth was just as much the physical expression of a
    • spirit as was every other bodily form an expression of
    • form, that he saw in the Beings whose external expression the
    • expression: To see the sun at midnight.
    • various powers express themselves. Humanity had, therefore, to
    • Goethe expresses in another beautiful passage when he says:
    • Blood is the expression of the Self, the “I.” In the red roses
    • expressed in the cross entwined by roses, and as the pilgrim
    • By thee, and yet we can but stand oppressed:
    • Whereas the world oppresses, e'er impeding,
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    • external expression of inner spiritual processes. The esoteric
    • etc., these are for him the expression of the inner spiritual
    • rising and setting of the moon, as the external expression of
    • expressions in mime of those divine-spiritual Beings, as also
    • external expression of inner divine-spiritual sway. But the
    • expressions of the spiritual. When he pointed to the sun
    • esoteric Christian saw the physiognomical expression of the old
    • Jehovah-principle, the expression of the religion of the old
    • sun the expression of the spiritual light ruling the earth, the
    • Christ-light, and in the moon the expression of the reflected
    • him the earth was just as much the physical expression of a
    • spirit as was every other bodily form an expression of
    • form, that he saw in the Beings whose external expression the
    • expression: To see the sun at midnight.
    • various powers express themselves. Humanity had, therefore, to
    • Goethe expresses in another beautiful passage when he says:
    • Blood is the expression of the Self, the “I.” In the red roses
    • expressed in the cross entwined by roses, and as the pilgrim
    • By thee, and yet we can but stand oppressed:
    • Whereas the world oppresses, e'er impeding,
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    • the direct impression of an Initiate. Through his own being and
    • did not actually give the impression of having attained
    • must be remembered that the impressions which men carry with them
    • the impressions people have of them during earthly life. And those
    • False Paths in Spiritual Investigation. Rudolf Steiner Press,
    • which had been given by ancient cultures and had come to expression
    • window into the civilisation of the West, receiving impressions and
    • may express it so — in the year 869 A.D.
    • dominion. The urge to be a true Anthroposophist expresses itself in
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    • possible for men to give effect to the processes coming to expression
    • Press, 1963.] This other stream comes into being at a place
    • expression in a different way. Men are conscious that the Christ
    • reached, that Sun-Christianity as expressed, for example, in the
    • expression in the wonderful play of nature-forces around the ruins of
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    • nature. They expressed it even roguishly. But whether expressed in
    • “respectable” as compared with many vehement expressions
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    • are never deeply impressed by other human beings might have thought
    • Press, 1972.] and reaches the stage of empty consciousness,
    • lecture — to have impressions, intuitions that are as exact as
    • lasting impression; he had an extraordinarily strong influence upon
    • individuals an intimate impression which influenced the shaping of
    • impression upon me. He used to give lessons in a school, and on every
    • impression it made upon me was significant and I was able to read in
    • Consciousness. Rudolf Steiner Press, 1966.] from quite a
    • this influence had been somewhat suppressed; but now he came directly
    • universe. When you read Oliphant's writings you have the impression:
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, 1967.] When one seeks in this way for an
    • wonderful visions of the old Greek age, though expressed in the
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    • Golgotha, we get the impression that Christianity, the Christ
    • strongly confirm such a view as is expressed by St. Augustine, for it
    • impressions which came in a place not far distant from Torquay (where
    • receive the impressions which can still come to-day at the spot where
    • King Arthur's castle with its Round Table stood — impressions
    • impression we get is that we are able at this place to penetrate
    • rise up from below and come to living expression. From above, the
    • expresses itself in this incarnation in the fact that certain of them
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    • Meeting will now have to be expressed in opposite terms. The Society
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    • physical expression of a spiritual reality. A geographical region has
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    • ‘homeless man’. This is a technical expression. And if we
    • senses other Beings invisibly at work, who express themselves through
    • visible beings just as the human being expresses himself through his
    • can be known through sense-experience or sensory impressions and yet
    • man's impression of himself! At one moment he would feel: “Here
    • superior to another is of no consequence. To express a preference for
    • choose to use the technical expression of occultism — the
    • Cyclic Periods”. (We shall justify the use of this expression
    • perfecting the etheric or life-body of man, is expressed in the
    • opportunities are provided for these Beings to express themselves in
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    • impression or reflection of this work of the Folk Spirits or
    • express their corporeality in some form or other. And these Beings
    • whose activity is expressed in this physical form must give some
    • expresses itself in three ways. The etheric aura of the people
    • (Obtainable from Rudolf Steiner Press, London. See the list of
    • Spirit of the Age, is expressed in a variety of ways. Think of how
    • backward Spirits of Form. Thus the way of thinking is an expression
    • thought expressive of the inner life, is unsurpassed by any other
    • temperament, is itself an expression of that temperament. That is the
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    • that the world of sensation and the world of sense-impressions no
    • is impossible for him to receive tactile impressions of objects. Such
    • experiences are foreign to him. But his experiences can be expressed
    • make a deeper impression on him. Others he finds casual, lethargic,
    • just as the human soul responds to impressions of warmth and cold.
    • and atrophy That is something which man feels to be an expression of
    • be an expression of his inner life, but the rise and fall of a nation
    • within the national character can thereby find expression.
    • Personality, but the normal, Spirit of Personality expressing himself
    • expression, a Maya, of an inner process. In the present case we see
    • are simply an expression of their activity.
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    • formative influences make a powerful impression upon him. The
    • particular locality impresses the characteristics of their early
    • formative forces of the Earth impress permanently on man the
    • impresses upon man the characteristics of his adult life. In this way
    • in fact exist; it is a reality and expresses the law according to
    • the impress of the characteristics of a more mature age. We must
    • physical must be compressed. As civilization advances westward into
    • a Caucasian, expresses a profound mystery if we understand the law
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    • landscape of Norway. His first impression will be of a rocky expanse
    • terms of his first impression, namely as hard “rocky
    • externalized. Today the will is an expression of the inner life.
    • occult symbolism this Earth-mission has always been expressed in a
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    • Ethiopian race is an expression of an impulse from the Mercury Oracle
    • predestined by the Elohim to express the quintessence of the
    • members of man find their impress and are reflected in corresponding
    • parts of the physical body: the ‘I’ finds its impress in
    • impress of the astral body, these Venus forces work in the nervous
    • sense-impressions and from there radiate to those parts of the
    • truth. But your spirits here on paper and who express what to you is
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    • doctrine of pluralism which after all is expressed in Anthroposophy
    • Scandinavia embodies those potentialities which were later expressed
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    • the practice to compare externals. The impression created by the
    • comparable to the impression made by someone who declares: “Thirty
    • civilization — which then found its literary expression in the
    • expressions Dynamis and Kyriotetes. They beheld again these Beings
    • power of speech through the appropriate Archangel is expressed in the
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    • too, if you approach them in the right way. If you wish me to express
    • to adopt a passive attitude towards knowledge, to suppress the ego in
    • remarkable to you that the various peoples who express these views in
    • 1910 (Rudolf Steiner Press).] I should like to
    • man, although externally it gives the same impression.
    • Snake through whom is expressed the influence of the Luciferic spirit
    • expression for everything that implied darkening of the light of
    • perspective. This was generally expressed in the old Teutonic
    • this is expressed in the activity of the Midgard Snake, the Fenris
    • Hodur nature overcame the Baldur nature. This is expressed by Loki
    • knowledge is expressed in the myth of Baldur, Hödur and Loki. On
    • expressed in sculptural form. Greek mythology has no longer that
    • earliest impressions. The old clairvoyance which had long vanished in
    • spread abroad, that which is expressed in the Baldur myth, in the
    • expressed in a wonderful way, down to the smallest details in the
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    • impulse of the Spiritual Soul was to find expression on the plane of
    • most highly sublimated expression of the Spiritual Soul and embodies
    • manifestations of ancient Indian culture were expressed through the
    • scientific, poetic impression if one follows the evolution of the
    • their whole culture gives the impression of being in a preparatory
    • mythology. We should give a false impression of these Eastern
    • the Mother, the Spirit of the Earth. We have no other expression and
    • is most interesting to observe bow the Eastern European expresses his
    • civilization. This had been prophetically expressed in Solovieff's
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    • impressions, and I should like to describe to you a typical example.
    • misfortune if, under the pressure of materialism, the manifestation
    • Christ-principle is the highest expression of Anthroposophy. And if
    • should like to impress upon you, therefore, that it is not
    • received a most favourable impression which they hasten to express in
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    • © 1963 Rudolf Steiner Press, London
    • The Camelot Press Ltd, Southampton
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
    • has to happen in human evolution when we entirely suppress our own
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • some form or other of ancient occultism, let us suppress this, and
    • coloured by a turn of thought which does not impress us
    • made. If you know this book, you know how impressively it calls
    • life of ancient Greece and expressing in the symbol of Iphigenia what
    • which in a way brings to symbolic expression the
    • have expressed this conviction today, it is because I agree with
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • express my thanks to them at the close of this introductory lecture.
    • to which I now give expression.
    • subtlety of meaning expressed by such figures as Luna, Astrid and
    • our forthcoming lectures you will not mind my giving this expression
    • do at the opening of our Munich festival one thing is impressed upon
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    • and the sacrifice of Iphigenia expresses this thought for us. Such
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • reasoned account of it, is Persephone; that is where the suppressed
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • impressive symbols as that of the threefold Hecate will acquire when
    • only express them by clothing them in abstract thought, but all this
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • modern form what was expressed in the ancient Greek Mysteries by the
    • knowledge aroused by those impressive pictorial images of the Greeks,
    • vision, which in the future will press more and more urgently upon
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • did experience this. Even if he could not express it in modern terms,
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • body are bound to taste quite different, if I may so express it. As
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
    • suppressed, and self-knowledge is concentrated upon the astral body,
    • there comes a feeling of oppression rather like breathlessness. Hence
    • with a sense of oppression. It is impossible to perceive the astral
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • there a numerical formula, or any other formula, which can express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • for you. For these relationships can only be expressed by means of a
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
    • relationships of these four different areas, you get an impression of
    • makes a weaker impression upon you than the circle. And to the extent
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    • expressing his own peculiar self as in the Greco-Latin time. Hence
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • be quite clear that the Beings who were pressing forward towards
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
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    • to expression in their concept of Dionysos. Indeed as regards this
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • they did not of course express outwardly in thought such as ours, it
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • impressive picture, the picture of the dismembered Dionysos.
    • symbolically expressed as her jealousy — appears and calls upon
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
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    • express. This world of the Greek gods, in its wisdom-filled
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • impressive mythology of ancient Greece.
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    • We have been trying to bring to light again in the impressive pictures
    • of Greek mythology, as the expression of an ancient wisdom, what in our
    • recognised, were already expressed in pictorial fashion in this Greek
    • with Apollo, Mars and so on. For whereas they expressed pretty well
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • talking expressly of the content, or of the activity of mental
    • to express in correct diagrammatic form the human process of
    • endeavour to press on by quite another path than that of ordinary
    • I have pointed out what a beautiful expression there still was in old
    • be born’. In old German there was another expression for this. The
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • Nebelland is an expression for the Germany of the Middle
    • expression there lies an awareness of the genius of language, thus of
    • in which Spiritual Science is expressed.’ One has to accept
    • seen Dionysos there as a beautiful, sublime human form. I expressly
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
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    • and gave them pictorial expression in a mythology most of which is
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • then is meant by the expression ‘ordeals of the soul’?
    • them full play, that he inevitably becomes impressed by the exoteric
    • This is clearly expressed at the end of my second Play
    • Romanus expresses this in
    • again into connection with the physical brain and give it an impress
    • and his hosts. We could express that in another way; we could say
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • upon man (if we are to express it spatially) from the Earth upwards.
    • these forces, which come to expression pre-eminently in the formation
    • space, which brings to expression the feathers, the plumage. The
    • paradox fully expresses the reality, and if one cared to elaborate it
    • Jordan with the dove hovering over him we have in fact the expression
    • Thus, expressed in
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • painter of old brought very clearly to expression that the raiment
    • superficial expression of your true being.’ When a man feels
    • the region of the heart, it only presses upward as far as the heart,
    • and oppresses the man who is striving for higher knowledge, for
    • can begin to feel that we have pressed on too fast — as
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • was expressed by dwelling upon the feeling which men have in face of
    • them as the ancient clairvoyant consciousness and expressing what
    • Expressed
    • of truth, and that he is pressing forward to another aspect of the
    • of the uneasiness he expresses. It is part of his soul's ordeal
    • because when we press out into cosmic space we come into a region
    • as when we press outwards with a consciousness devoid of the Christ
    • press further and further into ourselves and by penetrating with the
    • in a deceptive form, and we must press on towards the reality out of
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    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • the audience. The general impression of the creative power of Raphael
    • his senses, and with the sense impression simultaneously perceived the
    • Spiritual was there with the objects as they were perceived. To press
    • not necessary for man to withdraw from sense impressions or to give
    • receive, simultaneously with the sense impressionthe Spiritual living
    • in an inner life before pressing forward to the Spiritual. Spiritual
    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression but
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself and
    • inwardness had to develop, — and inwardness such as that expressed
    • impression that the revenge was justifiable and there arises before
    • rise up before us in picture form and our immediate impression is that
    • Perugino. One gets the impression of two worlds in the town, —
    • of Florence than? In the first place the inhabitants give the impression
    • It was said of Julius II that he gave the impression of a man with a
    • does not express the mystery of existence in ideas, but senses and gives
    • Rome there came the influx of that other element which impressed its
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
    • an age when Christianity was not yet expressed in picture form or in
    • of Raphael only appears in the right light when, — to use expression
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    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • the audience. The general impression of the creative power of Raphael
    • his senses, and with the sense impression simultaneously perceived the
    • Spiritual was there with the objects as they were perceived. To press
    • not necessary for man to withdraw from sense impressions or to give
    • receive, simultaneously with the sense impressionthe Spiritual living
    • in an inner life before pressing forward to the Spiritual. Spiritual
    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression but
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself and
    • inwardness had to develop, — and inwardness such as that expressed
    • impression that the revenge was justifiable and there arises before
    • rise up before us in picture form and our immediate impression is that
    • Perugino. One gets the impression of two worlds in the town, —
    • of Florence than? In the first place the inhabitants give the impression
    • It was said of Julius II that he gave the impression of a man with a
    • does not express the mystery of existence in ideas, but senses and gives
    • Rome there came the influx of that other element which impressed its
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
    • an age when Christianity was not yet expressed in picture form or in
    • of Raphael only appears in the right light when, — to use expression
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    • slight gestures are made, expressing what the person thinks, expressing
    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • up to the point of being able to express something; the rest will come
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    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • up to the point of being able to express something; the rest will come
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    • has been repeatedly expressed by an enlightened observer of the Iliad
    • dispassionately will not receive the impression that human artific or
    • expressed he used to say: “If we only take into consideration
    • qualities which are expressed in the epic when it is said that he can
    • of it, has directly the impression — I must beg you to consider
    • impression — that the most essential thing in this magnificent
    • into the epic — I say expressly a very remarkable form of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • find the present-day imagination, but — if we may use the expression
    • it was still — I must not shrink from using the expression directly
    • the impressions received from the external sense-world, a primeval humanity
    • powers expressed themselves. If one considers that, then one also grasps
    • supple and flexible, and could be modeled and impressed by that which
    • it, and we can only express it as something which works and creates
    • we call the astral body — please do not take offence at this expression,
    • spiritual science. I should be able to express the word “Sampo”
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • and that which is only symbolically expressed in such an instrument
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    • has been repeatedly expressed by an enlightened observer of the Iliad
    • dispassionately will not receive the impression that human artific or
    • expressed he used to say: “If we only take into consideration
    • qualities which are expressed in the epic when it is said that he can
    • of it, has directly the impression — I must beg you to consider
    • impression — that the most essential thing in this magnificent
    • into the epic — I say expressly a very remarkable form of Christianity
    • Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • find the present-day imagination, but — if we may use the expression
    • it was still — I must not shrink from using the expression directly
    • the impressions received from the external sense-world, a primeval humanity
    • powers expressed themselves. If one considers that, then one also grasps
    • supple and flexible, and could be modeled and impressed by that which
    • it, and we can only express it as something which works and creates
    • we call the astral body — please do not take offence at this expression,
    • spiritual science. I should be able to express the word “Sampo”
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • and that which is only symbolically expressed in such an instrument
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    • to an experience of this picture, it expresses something very powerful. For
    • inward sulphur-fire, to use Jacob Boehm's expression. It is a
    • powers, the world which expresses their being, the whole being of
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    • art only when it expresses human feeling in such a way that through
    • that in deep winter it becomes really a cosmic body, expressing
    • expressed in man himself. What part do we as human beings have in the
    • spirit is expressed the coming to birth of the Jesus-child, who is
    • whole expression. We must then indicate that Mary is preparing
    • countenance and bearing must give expression to this
    • expression by bringing the limbs into dynamic relation with the Earth
    • which can be expressed only through the garment which follows the
    • portray, a little higher up, that which gives expression to the
    • symbolise; but the Moon-element is clearly expressed in the
    • permeated with many human heads, pressing downwards; one of them is
    • the star-radiance expressed in the countenance of Mary.
    • must come to expression for inner vision in clear and glorious
    • then the garment, subject to earthly gravity, expressing what the
    • expression of that which man experiences in the cosmos,
    • expression of it in the picture of the Mother and child.
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    • contentment on all sides. It expresses itself as an inner permeation
    • beings. But when spring draws near, the impression which the
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    • recognise as healing influences are expressed.
    • could be expressed in the words: “The presence of the
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    • John's-tide, we really have the impression that down there are the
    • into lines, angles and surfaces. If we are to have an impression of
    • So we can say: On looking downwards, we have an impression of
    • impression one has is of out-spreading cosmic Intelligence.
    • We have the impression that this figure forms its
    • follow these happenings further, on through August, we gain an impression
    • impression of the countenance and gaze of Uriel will come before you.
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • the earnest gaze of Uriel we gain the impression of how the
    • in your souls. But everything expressed in these living
    • now if we have gained the impression of
    • for then an impression is given that such an idea, or picture,
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • in the light, who calls up in us a powerful impression of the triune,
    • expressed at St. John's-tide through appropriate musical instruments.
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    • they wish to express their highest and greatest conceptions. But even
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
    • to expression in man as movement and the power of will, enabling him
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
    • the old saying to which he then gave poetic expression, and it made a
    • tremendous impression on him. But the meaning I have been able to
    • from heaven through the earth they're pressing,
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    • the impression that enthusiasm and warmth of feeling for the
    • culture, the impression we get is that they did not understand
    • education will not greatly impress us. What, then, is this
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    • Golgotha. And one has the impression, which vision
    • direct impression it makes. It is like opening a book and
    • receive the impression which seems to be like a reading of that
    • eclipse. And the external event becomes a symbolic expression
    • of soul what it is that this happening of nature expresses.
    • as something which in the future it will be possible to express
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    • earthly Being. Infinite depths have been expressed when it is
    • men the Christ Being spoke with the impressiveness of a god. As
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    • compiled in the Old Testament. Heaviness oppressed his
    • welling up within him; a deep impression must have been made
    • expression of infinite love in the countenance of Jesus: Thou
    • art the new priest who has been sent to us! And they pressed
    • still under the mighty impression of how demonic powers held
    • soul might be purged. These principles were expressed in many
    • certain symbolic customs gave expression to their aims: they
    • clairvoyant impressions. Great and impressive clairvoyant
    • impressions came to Jesus of Nazareth, either within the Essene
    • of these experiences, one of these inner impressions must
    • deep impression upon him, he lived the Essene life as a
    • And gradually the vision, the impression had been
    • them. But the impressions not only engrave themselves
    • he did under the impress of this question, what he had heard as
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    • voice of the Bath-Kol gave expression to a sacred, primeval
    • impressions, engraved paramountly in the astral body, which had
    • had left a deep impression upon Him. And everywhere He found
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    • has his heart in the right place. This is a good expression for our
    • temperance and expressing them in our lives, do we provide for
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
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    • has his heart in the right place. This is a good expression for our
    • temperance and expressing them in our lives, do we provide for
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
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    • primitive as the terms in which it is expressed may be,
    • himself expressed them. He will be disappointed if he seeks in
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    • wished to express, or at any rate did not suppress.
    • Here, I express once more a paradox that struck me particularly
    • what is the result? Well, we have only to express ourselves in
    • become conscious of an external world rhythm. If I may express
    • expression, by an inner education and discipline of the
    • depressed the body in order to ex-press spiritual experience
    • representatives of the school of Haeckel has expressly admitted
    • feature, the individual expression of his eyes — and yet
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    • consciousness when it has to forgo both sense-impressions
    • man is deprived of external impressions and even
    • depressed and dimmed. The opposite of this is what must happen:
    • now our consciousness is empty not only of current impressions,
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    • who gave simple expression to so much that men find great and
    • which the organism expresses itself. In the same way, we must
    • this change the expression of great transformations in human
    • really understand what was being expressed even in Plato, still
    • of expression of these philosophers of Western and Central
    • expresses by the use of these modes, our awareness of him
    • words, too, were instinctive. Yet in fact he expressed a
    • expresses a longing, the longing to look at art and science
    • together has been finely expressed by another Central European,
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    • civilization in general — receives the impression of a
    • views, it does indeed express a truth, if somewhat one-sidedly,
    • antiquity, is subject to pressures from certain spheres, whence
    • that expresses many unconscious feelings, unconscious
    • millions of people is a mood that this word expresses. The word
    • expressed some years ago by an Englishman who compared Western
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    • simile. Impressions from outside cannot be allowed to
    • Here is something that can make a more shattering impression on
    • To do so makes a shattering impression, it is true. We see
    • expression of spiritual existence, but only a consequence of
    • poetic impression — are in the last analysis, for anyone
    • who can see things objectively, no more than the expression of
    • moves in our being of air, if I may so express myself, in which
    • to knowledge of the world. I should like to express in
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    • When the urgent necessity of life presses and misery knocks at
    • ordinarily formulated, can only express a superficial outlook,
    • abstract expressions of ideals. What we need is something
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    • of the most extreme expressions of this hopelessness came from
    • return. I have already mentioned the often-quoted expression:
    • expression in the world of animals. In their world, the food
    • or neglect of memory expresses itself later in life in
    • expressed in so extreme a form is justified, and whether people
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    • have become so clever, if I may so express it, that it is
    • impressively presented through works of art and literature,
    • language to express it, then eyes light up and hearts unfold.
    • indefinite in man's feelings and expressions of will. People
    • physical structure is merely the outward expression or
    • obliged to adopt the scientific forms of expression customary
    • is still the feeling: Your machines do not impress us! With
    • do not impress them. The Oriental will say: With their aid, you
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    • would no longer be felt by many people to be oppressive, as
    • but at enabling men to express their own opinions and put them
    • expression to their opinions and their will in social
    • inner pressure, out of the spiritual life of Middle Europe
    • trust. When they came to express an opinion about something
    • of simple humanity — where any human being can express a
    • achieve expression within spiritual life, including the sphere
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    • find expressed in a part of the Bible towards which we should always
    • taken place which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted
    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of eating and drinking.
    • are then suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • and more from member to member. I venture to express myself thus, because,
    • expression in the building itself.
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    • find expressed in a part of the Bible towards which we should always
    • taken place which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted
    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of eating and drinking.
    • are then suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • and more from member to member. I venture to express myself thus, because,
    • expression in the building itself.
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    • he may not we again find expressed in a part of the Bible towards
    • which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted to eat
    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • express myself thus, because, as I have said, I always exclude the
    • and noble, might be a copy of that which finds expression in the
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    • which are expressed in the Paradise-Myth, man was permitted to eat
    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • suppressed and weakened, but man lives continually from falling
    • express myself thus, because, as I have said, I always exclude the
    • and noble, might be a copy of that which finds expression in the
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    • pass through the impressions of the most diverse World-Views.
    • expressed hut it can be expressed in this way) — it only
    • their very content, similar to the impressions made by the
    • impression of materialising the spirit, as though it presented
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • to here is expressed in two directions. The one is this. When a
    • impression that the structure of his Church accords absolutely
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    • expressed hut it can be expressed in this way) — it only
    • their very content, similar to the impressions made by the
    • impression of materialising the spirit, as though it presented
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • to here is expressed in two directions. The one is this. When a
    • impression that the structure of his Church accords absolutely
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    • “Anthroposophy and the Social Question” (Mercury Press,
    • done by the others” (Mercury Press translation).
    • Press, Spring Valley, N.Y.), and “Spiritual Science and the
    • the others” (Mercury Press translation).
    • centuries. All human beings have taken up this press for
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    • done by the others” (Mercury Press translation).
    • Press, Spring Valley, N.Y.), and “Spiritual Science and the
    • the others” (Mercury Press translation).
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    • itself demand as a thought expressing modern culture? The
    • very forms express the Greek experience of culture: they are
    • style corresponds to the emotional expression of the Greek
    • express, in form, the action and speech of the soul on the
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Baroque art, which is through and through a faithful expression
    • are expressed in a subjectively arbitrary manner in artistic
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • right- ness. We see art expressing what has no direct
    • express more or less inartistically. This is particularly
    • be an expression.
    • expressed in the structure of the spiritual-social life of
    • hearts are bound up with the ideal it expresses will now be
    • suffering, expressions of sympathy with the deeper cultural
    • were not repressed by the so- called brutal culture of the
    • and possibilities of the present day, and who expresses himself
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    • itself demand as a thought expressing modern culture? The
    • very forms express the Greek experience of culture: they are
    • style corresponds to the emotional expression of the Greek
    • express, in form, the action and speech of the soul on the
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Baroque art, which is through and through a faithful expression
    • are expressed in a subjectively arbitrary manner in artistic
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • right- ness. We see art expressing what has no direct
    • express more or less inartistically. This is particularly
    • be an expression.
    • expressed in the structure of the spiritual-social life of
    • hearts are bound up with the ideal it expresses will now be
    • suffering, expressions of sympathy with the deeper cultural
    • were not repressed by the so- called brutal culture of the
    • and possibilities of the present day, and who expresses himself
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    • expression of those thoughts which are directed towards the
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    • and even in his chief work is derived from the impression Goethe
    • expression of the contemporary age. I refer to the picture:
    • Goethe had no understanding of the emotion expressed in this
    • the impression which he once got from this picture in his youth:
    • expressed things here and there which indicate the deep foundation
    • external, exoteric way a work in which he expressed his whole
    • Youth is filled with the feeling of the soul, which expresses
    • him something spiritual, for in the physical is expressed the
    • expresses the same thing in it, in his own way. He did not wish to
    • express the riddles of the soul in abstract ideas. For him they
    • way, in a way which is attained only by expressing oneself in
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    • who expresses the sensations derived from the plant in his poetry
    • thing itself compels you to say it is red, and that the impression
    • prominent and significant principle expressed more or less clearly in
    • For that soul-power which is expressed in intellectualism is now so
    • people have succeeded in suppressing their preference and their
    • hold fast to a thought he once expressed: ‘Everything which
    • meant, but used it to express what he felt himself, then we
    • shall realize what is expressed in these poetic figures. And
    • expresses beautifully with the words: ‘Tend the sheep!’
    • order. It ought to express itself like a habit. The unconscious itself
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
    • which finds its expression in the passage of the Chorus
    • Mysticus, which expresses the same thing
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    • little. And having brought to expression in many different ways
    • themselves what Goethe expresses in the words: ‘The self in
    • method must have produced a deep impression on all those who strove
    • it is expressed there: ‘How the spiritual forces of heaven
    • impression upon Goethe. For instance, those which depict the whole
    • in life. Over against all these impressions which Goethe received
    • the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries is expressed in the
    • What was felt and thought about Faust was expressed
    • Faust. In this character he expressed all the
    •  From Heaven through Earth I see them pressing,
    • or ‘The Golden Chain of Homer.’ We see it expressed
    • with man's life. This feeling is expressed by Faust: — The
    • that which stands very near to man's soul and expresses itself in
    • the signs of the microcosm, the little world. He expresses this
    • Goethe understood in a marvellous way how to compress into a few
    • were physiognomic expression of the Spirit. Man would have seen the
    • the outer physiognomic expression of the spirit. This power
    • visible to man as a transparent, spiritual splendour. To express it
    • placed that side of his life which can be expressed by the words
    • ‘I am guilty.’ What Goethe expresses in the first part
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    • sentence is clearly expressed that the man who understands Faust
    • us as the physical sun is the expression of the sun-spirit and the
    • sun-soul, as the physical human body is the expression of the human
    • are under the impression that what they do is prompted by their own
    • believe they can control the course of time, is the expression of
    • some meaning, becomes for Faust the expression of the fact that one
    • from his mouth: ‘The Mothers, the Mothers press hard on
    • Mothers who press hard on me!’ the citizens realize that he
    •  There whirls the press like clouds on clouds unfolding.’
    • ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • these effects: ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • plant realm. Goethe, indeed, invents an expression for it, which
    •  Did nothing on our outside shell impress thee?
    • attitude of soul which is expressed by the word ‘Care.’
    • itself to its own powers, it can have only a shape expressing its
    • also expressed himself — and as a great warning for all who
    • other. In two successive poems Goethe has expressed, like a great
    • spiritual world, he can express it in diametrically opposite views.
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    • © Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1977
    • The Camelot Press Ltd, Southampton
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    • When therefore man wanted to express the experience he had as
    • hands, was expressed by saying: Venus works in me. Pointing out
    • something to another person was expressed by saying: Mercury
    • for rest or from sheer laziness, was expressed by saying: I
    • found expression in his whole life.
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    • Hierarchy impressed itself deep into the whole being of man.
    • his soul, enabling it to express itself through these letters.
    • characteristic instances that are a true expression of the
    • this has been brought to expression in a wonderful way by
    • And in this contrast is expressed what is taking place on the
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    • if I may so express it, sunk down into the physical and
    • What happened was expressed at the time in the following way:
    • described and who together bring to expression the mental and
    • Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973.].
    • goddess Artemis, we have perhaps only the grotesque impression
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1972.]
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1973.]
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    • entire world; even as a finger (as I have often expressed it)
    • consisted, was elastic throughout. Wherever one pressed, one
    • ceased to press, the form restored itself.
    • space within, he only became aware of it when he pressed. And
    • the pupil was exhorted to press. He had the feeling that the
    • elastic, but plastic. When the pupil pressed this statue
    • other he defaced the statue by pressing it, and after something
    • blood, as if his blood were permeated with forces and pressing
    • experience of the whole inner man pressing against the surface
    • no violent or overwhelming impression upon him. They merely
    • that which later found such perfect expression in the opening
    • when he impresses the mark of his word on the outgoing breath.
    • impressed certain words that the human being speaks. Whilst
    • warmth, and accompanying the words that we impress upon the air
    • Majestic and powerful was the impression that the human being
    • a wonderful impression when we look at the picture Lamprecht
    • Mysteries, as these expressed themselves in the civilisation
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    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1972 and
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1971.].
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1972 and
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1971.].
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    • expression, although of course it is only a figure of speech to
    • expression of the Jealousy of the Gods. And then into this
    • expressed the great comfort they had received, and from this
    • was sought to express the spiritual in ideas. The sound of the
    • Light of the Spiritual Cosmos are brought to expression. I know
    • advancing wave of human progress that which was expressed in
    • spiritual impulses that have had their outward expression in
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    • Knowledge and Mystery Centres, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1973.
    • Antiquity by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1972.
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1973. Alexander the Great:
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1972 and Human
    • Values in Education by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Press,
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    • stimuli of Goetheanism, if I may use the expression, this very
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • and receiving sense-impressions, from that of looking inward
    • bring to expression in the corporeal what is in the soul. But
    • sense-reality. This is expressed in a very popular way, of
    • outer things make an impression upon us. First, we have
    • surrender passively to the impressions of the outer world, but
    • altogether not much more than our impressions from the outer
    • impression a man has of his life is diverted from the outer
    • memory-tableau, he has little impression of his physical
    • object, to express it philosophically. This is not the case when,
    • same inner force of free will to suppress again the
    • have expressions for these things you know. There is no
    • soul becomes deeper than zero silence, if I may express it so.
    • the special impressions of the spiritual world according to our
    • inner silence of soul we get the impression of the presence of
    • word to express something in the sense-world, so now we take
    • the yellow color to express this spiritual experience; or in
    • another case we might take a tone to express it. As we use
    • make use of sense-qualities and sense-impressions in speaking
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    • stimuli of Goetheanism, if I may use the expression, this very
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • and receiving sense-impressions, from that of looking inward
    • bring to expression in the corporeal what is in the soul. But
    • sense-reality. This is expressed in a very popular way, of
    • outer things make an impression upon us. First, we have
    • surrender passively to the impressions of the outer world, but
    • altogether not much more than our impressions from the outer
    • impression a man has of his life is diverted from the outer
    • memory-tableau, he has little impression of his physical
    • object, to express it philosophically. This is not the case when,
    • same inner force of free will to suppress again the
    • have expressions for these things you know. There is no
    • soul becomes deeper than zero silence, if I may express it so.
    • the special impressions of the spiritual world according to our
    • inner silence of soul we get the impression of the presence of
    • word to express something in the sense-world, so now we take
    • the yellow color to express this spiritual experience; or in
    • another case we might take a tone to express it. As we use
    • make use of sense-qualities and sense-impressions in speaking
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    • phenomena of nature, and expressed this in his interpretation of
    • Ordering of Nature. We must press forward again to a Spiritual
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    • phenomena of nature, and expressed this in his interpretation of
    • Ordering of Nature. We must press forward again to a Spiritual
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    • express in a few words the feeling of this working and
    • life is the expression of the thinking, feeling and
    • constellation of this starry world is an outward expression,
    • impression of the way in which our own soul-life is
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • “Art must be the expression, the true expression, of
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    • express in a few words the feeling of this working and
    • life is the expression of the thinking, feeling and
    • constellation of this starry world is an outward expression,
    • impression of the way in which our own soul-life is
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • “Art must be the expression, the true expression, of
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    • is expressed in my book
    • Even if the expression is not altogether aesthetic, yet I may
    • grandeur possible. One can equally well express it as a law:
    • — I venture to use this radical expression —
    • expressed it grotesquely at the time by saying, if we became
    • spiritual beings, beings who merely express the nature of
    • really to rise up from below. The expression which Ludwig
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    • Even if the expression is not altogether aesthetic, yet I may
    • grandeur possible. One can equally well express it as a law:
    • — I venture to use this radical expression —
    • expressed it grotesquely at the time by saying, if we became
    • spiritual beings, beings who merely express the nature of
    • really to rise up from below. The expression which Ludwig
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    • impossible to express the true attitude of man by saying;
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • cowardice. The German word gemut expresses in the
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those
    • instinctive condition, and that which we desire to express is
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • has been my task to express this in these lectures.
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • impossible to express the true attitude of man by saying;
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • cowardice. The German word gemut expresses in the
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those
    • instinctive condition, and that which we desire to express is
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • has been my task to express this in these lectures.
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • Society. At first, he himself expressed the wish not to have
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • learning of the time and who expressed it in writing and orally
    • personality who immediately made a tremendous impression on
    • his hind pockets. The man who made such a grand impression on
    • had not yet expressed it on paper. Goethe received it in this
    • of Shakespeare, which we may express thus: I want to comprehend
    • age, as it was expressed in his immediate, and also in his more
    • takes part in one event, is wholly involved in it and expresses
    • express this contrast with all possible emphasis, was felt by
    • expressions as “Dearly beloved Friend,” and this, too, is
    • humorist, expressing it all from the same constitution of soul
    • decided impression, but not among those who then considered
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • as the loftiest expression of the purely human.
    • Dubois-Reymond did not use this expression but what he says is
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture II
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    • youthful impressions according to the principle that, because
    • traced to these youthful impressions. To be sure, in his case
    • to the great God of Nature. How impressive and beautiful is
    • expressed in life by his organism.
    • expressed merely in the physical. It maintained the urge and
    • Since an external expression of the life of these revolutionary
    • it makes impressions on the physical body, they pass over
    • impressions of the external world. In Goethe's case, the
    • impressions are, of course, made upon the physical body, but
    • takes place when an impression is made on his physical body. If
    • that he has certainly not derived from external impressions but
    • way, so impresses us that we must sometimes say that we cannot
    • or could even know of it. Yet there it is expressed in
    • them at this very moment. Perhaps no impression would be made
    • most profound truths to expression in his Faust in
    • surmised. In regard to this, I have expressed myself in my book,
    • admittedly is closely related with Goethe's. It is expressed in
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    • nature. As I expressed it yesterday, he is put on a sort of
    • brings about another. If one expresses what I characterized
    • impressions. Because of this, he enters into more intimate
    • expressions of intelligence, but what stands out is that all
    • cannot suppress our astonishment that people are so amazed when
    • of wisdom. The phenomena of these unusual expressions of
    • his fellow men made an impression on him such as is made by one
    • compassion for the poor fellows — excuse the expression — who
    • express it in Faust. He dreamed this experience and in
    • consequence. Just think, if all men, to express it trivially,
    • flows through these ages and finally comes to expression in
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    • with the earthly thoughts that gave expression to the cosmic
    • of expressing itself according to the model of wisdom to be
    • cosmic significance. Many people might think that a depressing
    • but their profession, you will be able to form an impression of
    • pedagogical books that people express themselves on this
    • alone we have enough.” Thus, we can still make an impression on
    • expressed in an especially egotistic and philistine fashion.
    • come to bear a human impression. No matter how stupid it may
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    • Especially the unsatisfied and subsequently suppressed
    • however, she suppressed it — swallowed it, to use a trivial
    • expression — down into her soul. She lives on and fourteen
    • kind, and these symptoms are then diagnosed as an expression of
    • her suppressed anxiety about the incident earlier in her life.
    • disillusionments, suppressed appetites, ruined life plans, “the
    • the expression is disagreeable — is there, to be sure; but
    • however, only insofar as they come to expression in the posture
    • each other, much comes to expression that has to do with the
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    • is killed. This is an impressive karmic question — not
    • behind the scenes, as the expression goes, and one day — I
    • in order — well, I suppose to sound her out, as the expression
    • get somewhere, as the expression goes, believe they make a
    • try not to sleep through life — excuse the bald expression —
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
    • suppressed by prejudice but is even forbidden by law. It is
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    • no longer impress gestures on us, but guide us on the way to a
    • — a comprehensive, approximate expression, but nevertheless
    • expression than that of the comparatively more advanced Western
    • That these things press upon us is not a mere assertion of mine
    • couch this more in our concepts, but Mill expressed
    • life would become ever more the “pressed caviar” of bourgeois
    • Chinese entity in which men will become the “pressed caviar” of
    • he expresses it, constant exclusion of general human interests
    • from life — so does Mill express the matter, and Herzen
    • prosperity. So did Mill and Herzen express themselves even in
    • he expressed by saying that we are not the physicians, but
    • — perhaps the thought can be better expressed with the English
    • “conglomerated mediocrity.” Herzen expressed this from a
    • forth what I myself believe, but that what I have expressed is
    • in opposition to it in the public press, designating it as a
    • produced along with such expressions as “unfathomable,” and
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • in the press and public life against this occult knowledge as a
    • this with a certain disparaging expression) will have a less
    • impression that Mill and Herzen — read Herzen's book of 1864
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    • present considerations will impress us with their deeper and
    • expressed in the course a human life takes. We can learn much
    • certain harshness in the expression of his life. He was
    • dedicated the book to him, saying expressly in the dedication,
    • necessary to make a good impression on foreign visitors. As for
    • consciousness of the ego, so the author expresses it, as our
    • human soul and simply expresses in an emphatic way what in
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture IX
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    • the soul brings about a suppression of the ego, a beclouding of
    • expressed through the fact that the human being disdains to
    • expressed confession but the inclination of the feeling nature
    • us to express ourselves now in words as it was possible in
    • express a disbelief in spirits when they are present, and this
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    • expressed in a magnificent image at the beginning of the Old
    • the archai, but they all express themselves in what the person
    • understand fully what I have just expressed, you must not allow
    • knowledge in a sentence you find expressed before 1887:
    • and intelligent book on expressionism and you will discover
    • to suppress the real Christ revelation and genuine spiritual
    • Darkness. In these speeches the opinion is expressed that any
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    • expression of the Good and of Helios, the physical Sun. Thus,
    • their thought structure, under the impression of these events
    • presses on to the reality, and only through spiritual science
    • deduction could be pressed further; why should it not be made
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    • impression of the physiognomy of your head and consider it,
    • take an impression but must proceed differently. Think away
    • profound significance. As the negative impression of the
    • secret inclination is expressed in these patterns. These
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
    • connection has been suppressed in real alarm. And only
    • because not everything can be suppressed, because Karma is
    • working against this suppression, have such works remained as
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    • best express it, than empty space. You need only seek the
    • particular kind of — if I may so express
    • 8). To a certain extent attached to this soul-light, pressing
    • in reality, ware only names, only expressions, abstractions
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • tone, as really to give one the impression of inward truth
    • in one's pocket and went into the street, and then pressed on
    • Press in Berlin. It has never had books that were not sold.
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • stamp-press turns out every day. One can really only find use
    • organism, and of recognising that they find expression in
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    • shape again; in order then — excuse the expression!
    • standpoint as was expressed in the words I used when we first
    • things that must find their expression in economic energies.
    • know, make a curious impression, if when we were talking —
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    • and are not a substitute for what he expressed in his written
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    • hardly perceptible impressions in the human self, such as those
    • undirected dreaming, even if it is impressive enough to
    • a human skeleton will know that what is expressed so
    • its outward expression, but this differentiation is also
    • ossification of the head a trivial outer expression of
    • the rocks of human evolution, however great the pressure
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    • has the impression that Schiller believed he could arrive at
    • which the constitution of the soul came to expression in art,
    • the last six years, for already before the war I expressed my
    • rejected the views expressed in his book, “Only
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • and which comes to expression most typically in the life of
    • expression quite differently in such people as the Italian or
    • bodies. What happens in the soul comes to expression in our
    • Only for special reasons would I ever break what is expressed
    • and at the will on the other, we bring to expression in the
    • are quite changed, he would express what he said, even in the
    • He not only expressed his impressions of the historical
    • knowledge of his time, but he also expressed something that
    • should come to be. What made an impression upon him was the
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    • if I may use a somewhat crude expression — we can no more
    • produce thoughts. The impression we get is more or less of our
    • experience the impression that these thoughts have to be
    • extent of having the impression that we are in a quite
    • that — to use an expression from chemistry —
    • to learn to suppress all this consciously.
    • whole life of our senses and of our soul has to be suppressed
    • enables us to suppress our organic activity also enables us in
    • what exists through heredity and impress our own organization
    • express this inability to know, this “not knowing,”
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    • the senses; here we receive our impressions. We call up again
    • the pictures of such impressions from our memories, often years
    • impression has been received by our soul, perhaps half
    • outer impression has been received by all kinds of feelings and
    • really only a transformed sense impression, which has
    • impressions of the senses, and also through the guidance given
    • the external impressions of the senses. These impressions are
    • and from it we receive living impressions. There remain
    • impressions, and we regard these thoughts rightly as shadowy.
    • degree of intensity for the soul than the impressions of the
    • with sense impressions are in a sense taken more passively by
    • man than are the immediate sense impressions.
    • soul experiences the impressions of the senses as a standard
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • impression to which the living attention of the soul can be
    • thought itself, without being dependent upon the impressions of
    • the experience of an external sense impression. Before,
    • impressions; now, through these exercises, which I call
    • as are sense impressions.
    • soul are diverted in a certain way from the sense impressions
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    • Naegeli, had to say. He expressed his view, which has become
    • expression — has a certain completeness.
    • I may use such an expression. And its content is derived
    • We address this self, we express it in one word, when after a
    • physiological aspects and leads from them to what he expresses
    • to his conception of the process of death, which he expressed
    • Into an “anthroposophy!” He uses the expression,
    • expression painfully in a way, and which has a kind of
    • expression of our spiritual being which begins at birth,
    • expressions but what he means is quite clear even without going
    • into what these expressions mean.
    • expression: “plunge into the abyss of
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    • it is seen as the expression of uncontrolled fantasy. It is
    • the impression that we are about to indulge in negative
    • the first view is felt in many circles to be the expression of
    • oppressed and suffering classes of humanity.
    • continue — if the oppressed were admonished to practice
    • human love for his oppressor, somewhat in the same sense as the
    • expression of an inner life. Just as the human
    • expression of a soul, the outer conditions of life can be
    • may easily appear on the surface to be an oppressor. And a
    • will appear to be the oppressed. But one does not have to be an
    • understand the following clearly. Nobody is oppressed or
    • nobody ought to call someone else an oppressor; he ought
    • soon discover the “oppressor” in himself. Is the
    • who sits next to you and complains to you about oppression
    • spirit will find further means of expression to speak to
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    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
    • expression of Goethe. But in speech those inner movements,
    • to bring into expression, are arrested as they arise and are
    • That which comes into expression in speech, in song, in
    • which in music is expressed in tone is there and
    • then expressed by the movements of individuals. This visible
    • expressed the poetical content by the visible speech of
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    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
    • expression of Goethe. But in speech those inner movements,
    • to bring into expression, are arrested as they arise and are
    • That which comes into expression in speech, in song, in
    • which in music is expressed in tone is there and
    • then expressed by the movements of individuals. This visible
    • expressed the poetical content by the visible speech of
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    • (I will express it in popular phraseology) — to permeate
    • there is, always trying to press forward, what I want to call
    • expression of human nature. He wrote his Aesthetic letters,
    • the element of truth. That same element which is expressed in
    • produces something of this kind, all the ideas one expresses
    • expressly such heads — as Iagow Bethmann (Michaelis has,
    • behind, expresses itself quite strongly within the world. One
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    • of the Cosmos is finally, merely the expression of certain
    • perception, is merely the external sensible expression of a
    • far as we are dealing with a sense impression we always have
    • we stand too close to the external, pictorial expression of
    • beings, on the other hand, if we may so express it, could not
    • remained to us that inclination which indeed does not express
    • simply be an expression of these single individual human
    • simply an expression of this intellectuality, to completely
    • Confession, These are but different expression of what
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    • pressing necessity just at this time of bringing man what is
    • is true today must be expressed in accordance with the truth.
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    • pressure of external force is right: and deliberate
    • you to-day. In our day the Truth must be expressed in a way
    • all that works on into the future Truth must be expressed
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    • Greek can be called (although the expression is naturally
    • rather rough and ready, as such expressions always are
    • express such things) — this consciousness which the Greek
    • earth. If I may again express myself mystically, we traverse
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    • within the organs — if I may use this expression. The
    • heart is the outward expression of this; the movement reveals
    • the clock is simply an expression of what is happening
    • — it is the expression and nothing more. The heart is
    • expression of this whole system of movement.
    • development, has been stifled and suppressed for many long
    • that there is something oppressive, something rather coercive
    • expression ‘to have weight’ is drawn from the
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    • other seems to me to be the wish to express, represent or
    • age fitted for giving clearer expression to this artistic
    • about impressionism, expressionism, and so on — the
    • all the talk about things such as impressionism and
    • expressionism — than was the case earlier, when the
    • external impression, an external form — for example, a
    • vision to divine what form, what plastic impression, we have
    • which meet us in what is called expressionism get near this
    • does not come to expression in the human being but is killed
    • bring to visible expression what is thus perceived as a
    • expression in the whole form only in gesture which is then
    • of him. The other form we had to create in addition expresses
    • themselves impressionism, I believe we may perceive in all
    • What is accomplished, namely, that a suppressed vision is
    • subconscious without occasion for expression — the
    • rising conception that is actually a suppressed vision, seeks
    • expression of a legitimate longing, it will probably be
    • gives an impression of something welling up out of the light,
    • expresses something quite different in value from yellow
    • expressive into that of the inner perspective. It is quite
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    • bodily conditions and are not the expressions off,
    • idealistically, or makes his an Impressionist or
    • Expressionist, is not the important point. A certain
    • surrender to sense-impressions and to his own mental pictures
    • sense-impressions, must be completely suppressed and silent
    • presentation and perception are suppressed. When, therefore,
    • soul lives only in immediately present impressions, unmingled
    • own power, completely to disregard any impression from the
    • senses. All impressions of colours, sounds and the like are
    • The seer is able to eliminate everything that presses in upon
    • condition, he cannot eliminate certain impressions which come
    • such a condition, receives the same impressions from works of
    • impressions in moments when higher vision is not operating.
    • this question: If the seer must suppress the workings of the
    • ordinary way. Impulses of will come to expression in the
    • external world; no such expression must take place in
    • seership. Dervish customs and the like are not the expression
    • that expresses itself in forms of the world of space. The
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • willing — but it is a willing that expresses itself in
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    • impossible to express the true attitude of man by saying;
    • this word “interest” something is expressed which
    • will learn that it is his duty to express not merely what he
    • cowardice. The German word gemut expresses in the
    • sympathy he expressed was not obtrusive or offensive. Those
    • instinctive condition, and that which we desire to express is
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • has been my task to express this in these lectures.
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • them to have intercourse — if I may so express it —
    • impression of birth and death was something more self-evident
    • express it in the following way: Human beings became gradually
    • Perhaps I may express it in the following manner: He was now
    • perception. I should like to express in the following words
    • what He explained to them. I can express it merely in weak,
    • possibilities of expression, but I shall try to put it in the
    • permitted to use this expression. Certainly no special strength
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    • Hebrew people had originally come to expression; and if at any
    • documents, the impressions of the physical plane, to which the
    • the capacity for human reflection was developed and impressed
    • repressed, until the ego had been trained by the three bodies
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    • the external impressions of his consciousness are taken into
    • impressions. However, through this second process the higher
    • dilution — if I may express myself figuratively —
    • but — like a sealing wax impression in a signet —
    • distinct impression: When you want to see you have first to
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture I: What Does the Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • contemporaries, a conflict between knowledge and faith, which expresses
    • expression within the sensuous existence. The catchword of the “struggle
    • people but also with the researchers. This admiration has been expressed
    • (1872) in which he expressed that the natural sciences are not able
    • the scientific materialism, has openly expressed in a presentation at
    • way of thinking and feeling which express itself in the theosophical
    • movement has taught us that, indeed, the old times expressed themselves
    • sun which one needs not only to express, but also to recognise and to
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    • theosophy understands as soul-life, but only the external expression
    • being. It is the external, sensuous expression of that which the naturalist
    • cloud the desires, passions and impulses of the human soul express themselves.
    • The whole feeling organism of the human being expresses itself in the
    • still describes the external expression of the soul-life at most, but
    • of the Theosophical Society they have been expressed externally; in
    • such a pictorial expression of the theosophical teachings. In Leipzig
    • but also a psychic and a spiritual being. And Goethe expresses the fact
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    • has to make oneself familiar with the external expression of reincarnation
    • law of physical development. This is the fact which expresses itself
    • difference of humanity and the animal realm clear to you now. It expresses
    • absolutely clarifying. One can express this fact with the catchword:
    • has a particular soul-life and that it expresses itself in sympathies
    • physical observer. This auric structure expresses the fact for him that
    • must express itself in the spiritual being, in the destiny of the spiritual
    • already born with the feeling which just expresses itself in their conscience
    • stands under the immediate impression of the matricide. He has murdered
    • of the gods taking revenge externally. There the process expresses itself
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    • back the activities, which in order to express myself a little bit popularly
    • plant realms. This powerful thought has expressed itself in the mechanical
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture V: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • expresses itself in its most manifold shaping. It could not manifest
    • history have expressed themselves. We have seen some of the forms in
    • in which this human life expresses itself. How it expresses itself in
    • look at life, but only at the forms in which life expresses itself.
    • causes contradictions, how the souls perish and atrophy under the pressure
    • dramas which finds expression in his dramatic will, too.
    • sense when the form has found expression? The form must be renewed;
    • he seeks the soul, the living soul everywhere which expresses itself
    • we hear from his words that he finds the expression of the soul in the
    • physical expression that the ill soul sickens the body that the soul
    • the expression of that spirit which represents a young, fresh, child-like
    • expressed civilisation. This is the contrast between Tolstoy and the
    • as he is healthy. Tolstoy expresses himself again characteristically
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    • K., 1830–1889, Austrian poet) expressed very well again and again that
    • qualities in the soul, the countenance which has changed its expression
    • to the physical body. All those emotions of our soul express themselves
    • inexpressibly. This is one of the conditions which the soul has to go
    • which expresses itself in nobler colours which signifies the joy of
    • covers the soul because the soul expresses itself in the sensuous. Thus
    • this physical sensuous world. The spirit cannot come completely to expression
    • a new birth. The astral world still appears as something depressing
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    • impressions come to us through the eye and the ear were surprised that
    • with its strident impressions, the simple rattling of the machines is
    • the physical eye is no longer the intermediary if the impressions do
    • if I may make use of a Goethean expression from a rich, varied, manifold
    • pain depress him. He no longer knows any difference between his pain
    • inexpressible bliss occurs which the mystic is able to perceive. If
    • what sounds by the senses, and then he describes the impression of the
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture VIII: Friedrich Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • development of the present. Without doubt, he has made a deep impression
    • being which expresses itself in the will, but the being of music became
    • found is an expression of a higher fact, something that is much more
    • and extends to the eternal. This manas finds its physical expression
    • Schopenhauer expressed something absolutely right, and Nietzsche took
    • who wants to express himself about the world's secrets with mere
    • can express himself about the world's secrets. Therefore, Friedrich
    • Nietzsche just as Schopenhauer regards the musical expression as the
    • expression of the higher world's secrets. Thus the way was shown
    • Greeks expressed themselves. This was a language that was music at the
    • to him: How did the human being come from this time in which he expressed
    • renovator of the old Greek art which expresses the highest secrets in
    • Strauss (1808–1874) expressed in his work The Old and the
    • in life. The second is life which is the expression of the soul. The
    • he could not express clearly from which he suffered and which he longed
    • nature which expresses itself also in us is the urge for spiritualisation,
    • this thought existed in the seminal state, but he could express himself
    • lyrical expression in Thus Spoke Zarathustra which is soul-raising,
    • this in some nagging expression of his life. That is why his last writings
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    • own tail. This symbol has different profound meanings; one of them expresses
    • being establishes and has to test intimately with himself is expressed
    • to objectively observe a movement of the own hand, a facial expression,
    • cannot free yourselves completely from the external impressions. Hence,
    • must be able to tear out himself from all that the sensory impressions
    • this removing of all sensory impressions has taken place, then all recollection
    • of previous sensory impressions must be quiet. Consider once how the
    • of truth compared with the things which press forward from all sides
    • by the human being suppressing all negative sensations and feelings
    • hears and sees and who cannot suppress the desire cannot get to the
    • man, it suppresses the soul development. We must listen to the other
    • to express himself in the spirit-land. It may appear as something difficult
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    • himself to mystic studies. He decided to express what took place in
    • astral world expresses itself in pictures, the consciousness of the
    • is an expression which is familiar to the mystics. Jacob Böhme's
    • created up to the human being, the crown of creation. He also expressed
    • Goethe uses the expression “es grünelt so.”
    • not have this dying and becoming ...” The mystics express it in
    • the spiritual connection is expressed with the mystics as a wedding
    • of the lamb. Goethe expressed this view even deeper in The Fairy
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    • You find it clearly expressed
    • in so far as it expresses manas, ahamkara, the ego-consciousness, the
    • These are only other expressions of the one and the same matter. With
    • impression. At that time, the human being cast off the ape nature, so
    • He expresses the following there: “It is clear from the start
    • today. Hence, one has to express the ideas in a language understandable
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    • approach to life. In various ways Goethe expressed this view.
    • personal, completely intimate to Goethe, he could express himself only
    • Later Goethe still expressed
    • tales are the most profound expression of Goethe's world view.
    • happens further, or whether it is expressly forbidden to me, I do not
    • higher truths stand before us if we express this attitude. It was this
    • in Jena in 1794. Goethe expressed himself to Schiller in such a way
    • These are ancient expressions, vertical and horizontal, which were always
    • expressions of the secret doctrine clear in our mind to understand the
    • the same view which he expresses in the saying which he placed in front
    • king with the snake? There were world secrets expressed with few words,
    • human form. This is the king who expresses the willing-like soul-force
    • the sensory impressions, the fire of the soul which does not unfold
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    • In devachan everything sounds, expresses its being in sounds. Goethe
    • the sheep! While the golden king presses the wreath of oak leaves on
    • read then: “His eyes shone out of inexpressible spirit”
    • this wisdom in the old man. But what suppresses the lower desires and
    • king presses the wreath of oak leaves on the head of the young man and
    • what Goethe wanted to express with his fairy tale, we can say: Goethe
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    • expressed his most profound inside.
    • from speaking as far as speech expresses something ordinary or accidental,
    • a strange woman in an inn who deeply impresses him. He sees her carrying
    • expresses it: “everyone reaps what he sows.”
    • Goethe also nicely expressed
    • I can tell to you what takes place further on, or whether it is expressly
    • is expressed in esotericism with the red colour which shines through
    • boy experiences is expressed what the human being can experience if
    • a symbol of knowledge is dressed which found its expression in mediaeval
    • side, he expressed his conviction of soul development in his Fairy
    • only too well, which Lessing (1729–1781 expressed about Klopstock
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    • decidedly idealistic philosophy appeared which made a deeper impression
    • which originated from Darwinism. When one noticed which great impression
    • express itself in such a way like those who believe to be the best naturalists.
    • difficult to find the appropriate means of expression within our language
    • I attempt to pictorially and clearly express what is familiar to me
    • this has established itself in those days. If we want to express ourselves
    • body impressions, to perceive the surroundings. This perception developed
    • indeed, that the external objects make impressions on them but that
    • the expression emitted sympathy, then the human being received those
    • If I may express myself
    • and that in quite different way the effects on the bodily expressed
    • seal impressions, a kind of shades of that what the souls were in the
    • days, in the lunar period, the whole human being was an expression of
    • basically found its expression in the whole surroundings. As today the
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    • is accessible to us on earth, expresses itself in the fact that these
    • expresses itself in it that lives in the human being as desire, passion
    • and feeling. Happy, devoted feelings express themselves in bright colour
    • currents in this aura. Hatred, sensual emotions express themselves in
    • darker hues. Keen, logical thoughts express themselves in well-defined
    • figures. Illogical, confused thoughts find expression in figures with
    • expression in him at first that his aura changes. Everything that the
    • This smaller aura is the external auric expression of the self-consciousness.
    • so far that he is thereby able to see not only the sensuous impressions
    • inner word of the things by which they express their own nature is the
    • inexpressible name of God. This is something that is immediately an
    • degree cannot be expressed with everyday words. This requires the knowledge
    • being and celebrates its resurrection. Paracelsus expressed this pleasantly
    • the soul that is fertilised by the lower sensory impressions of nature
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    • I would like to talk of the present cultural life as it expresses itself
    • of Ibsen's attitude; for really everything expresses itself just
    • every poet is the expression of his time. Indeed, this sentence holds
    • understood. Just as Homer, Sophocles, and Goethe were expressions of
    • expresses itself, one needs to put two things next to each other only.
    • An immense overview of the modern life expresses itself in this drama;
    • conceive the nerve of our time; for Henrik Ibsen is an expression of
    • and expressed it like in a mirror. In the best as in the simplest souls,
    • expression in Shakespeare's dramas and lives in these dramas is
    • was nothing to him. He expresses it: oh how have these old ideals of
    • whole human spirit today! This is the mood expressing itself in Ibsen's
    • for is the internal ideals which the strong human being can impress
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    • idealism of humanity, the future ideals of our race are expressions
    • he expressed this clearly. We have taken all that from the past talks.
    • up and down as with the dreamer, the sensory impressions passed him
    • it is also the expression of the astral and spiritual worlds. We do
    • It is something that one can express in this talk, and it is that which
    • Hence, his tendency will be expressed in the external figure. The
    • this is impressed to everybody what he has in his soul. The human
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    • philosophical expression of this question. At that time, he wrote a
    • being works on the physical, that the physical is only an expression
    • any verbal utterance is an expression of it. He investigates at first
    • also expresses now where he writes about the interrelation of the sensuous
    • that one can express with the sentence:”the human being is a machine.”
    • abyss between the spiritual and the sensuous, it pressed like a nightmare
    • youth, which he expressed then in his dramas, in the Robbers, in particular,
    • philosophy, sentences like those which Paracelsus expressed as his world
    • in himself and expresses on a higher level what is poured out in the
    • whole nature. Paracelsus expressed the same thought largely and nicely:
    • in the human being. Schiller expresses this lively and emotionally in
    • human being, but finds expression in certain stages all over the world,
    • Love expresses itself in the forces of nature and most purely in the
    • The working of beauty becomes a big universal music and he expressed
    • as a semblance that expresses the ideal, the spiritual to us. Spirit
    • there they do not need the external laws. They themselves are the expression
    • lines before Schiller. He realised that something really living expresses
    • who educated himself all his life. He expressed it, and it sounds like
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    • God's revelation is everywhere, and there is nothing that does not express
    • expressed in the Bible verses as the divine world government and human
    • the divine in the world. The spiritual was its expression. Those who
    • reaches its high development. However, it becomes an oppressive authority,
    • colouring to his words and concepts that they make the powerful impression
    • beginning. This impression works too strong, even on an idealist, so
    • form which should express truth of the higher plane, not only symbolically,
    • truth and to express it in beauty. Truth, beauty and goodness are the
    • forms to express the divine.
    • will forge ahead and find the popular expression. The spirit speaks
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXI: The Faculty of Law and Theosophy
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    • a talk of Jhering knows how impressively this teacher of law has spoken.
    • lawyers. What has lacked here, you find this not only expressed in the
    • it developed as it expresses itself in the most different legal systems
    • said once: law is nothing for itself, but it is an expression of life;
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXII: The Medical Faculty and Theosophy
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    • he is not able of it. Goethe expresses what is meant here saying: “a
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXIII: The Arts Faculty and Theosophy
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    • us that basically all our sense impressions depend on our senses; it
    • that which is beyond our sense impressions. If we consider this, and
    • can recognise nothing but the material expression. Theosophy would realise
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    • spanning the whole globe are indeed impressive. But when it
    • important questions and problems. When these press in upon us
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • poetical expressions of a nation's soul. The poetic soul of a
    • which expresses a fundamental truth, is known as the Hermetic
    • expression of the spiritual world above it. The physical
    • but is a kind of physiognomic expression of the soul and
    • recognizes them as an expression of the soul and spirit
    • means that a person's soul impulses come to expression on the
    • to the fact that a thinker's facial expression always suggest
    • expression of the life of spirit behind it. It is the
    • physiognomic expression in the blood. Once the spiritual
    • pressing — especially educational problems involving not
    • category. This problem has become even more pressing since
    • and that this “above” comes to expression in the
    • impression made upon him when, as a small child, standing in
    • that makes it possible for the human soul to express its
    • signifies what today is expressed by the word
    • the above creates a physiognomic expression in the below as
    • individualizing comes about that which expresses itself as
    • attained. An “I” can express itself only in a
    • to expression in our blood. Likewise, all the results from an
    • consciousness is suppressed, for example under hypnosis or in
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    • view we find expressed at the start of the biblical story of
    • Testament the view expressed that there can dawn, within the
    • is expressed outwardly of what lives in another soul, perhaps
    • expression of suffering and pain is to be seen everywhere on
    • higher animals conveys deeply repressed pain.
    • mimicry of thinking as the expression of suppressed pain on a
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    • gods depend upon mortals. Greek mythology expresses this
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    • expresses the fact that what speaks is the soul's primordial
    • it was called the “inexpressible name of God —
    • “Pommerland” meant motherland. The expression
    • around him, even if not expressed. Here a person cannot
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    • expression of life insofar as it is bound up with the
    • ether body. This comes to expression as a gradual loss of
    • express it by saying that pure substances, which were
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    • have expressed himself differently.
    • tears, that is, the material expression of cheerfulness and
    • expression of the Earth-Spirit's sadness or cheerfulness. For
    • express the soul's intentions, the result is paralysis.
    • comes to expression, for the young person suffers from
    • twelve onwards. The preliminary signs are depression,
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    • as the expression of soul-spiritual universal life. Just as
    • the expression of the soul and spirit in human beings, when
    • the Power of imagination, impressed itself deeply into the
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    • earnest self-introspection. And indeed it expresses one of
    • they provide is the tool with which to express them. However,
    • express himself properly in the physical world, the new body
    • the ether bodies. The affinity expresses itself physically in
    • comes to expression as high ideals, beautiful hopes and
    • which at this time strive for expression. Nothing is worse
    • to expression as cultural interest and courage. One could
    • particular may find this division oppressive; not, however,
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    • an expression of the spiritual world of which it is a
    • expressed as follows: Be truly part of the civilization and
    • physiognomic expression and recognize that the smile reveals
    • an expression of inner pain and sorrow. In other words, the
    • outer expresses the inner; through the physiognomy you
    • gesture of a hand, is the expression of a person's soul life,
    • nature is an expression of soul and spirit. Every stone,
    • express soul and spirit just as do shining eyes, a wrinkled
    • think they understand. As the human physiognomy expresses the
    • express the life of the Earth-Spirit. When you begin to read
    • presented as the purest and most beautiful expression of the
    • some knowledge of the matter, yet gave the impression that he
    • of Rosicrucian knowledge, expresses in his poem The Mysteries
    • roses” — what this expresses — has become one's
    • expressed by Goethe, which as watchword belong above the
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    • expressing what he discovered, or what he felt about plants
    • person believes he will discover finds expression through
    • these things comes to expression when he says: “I name
    • Beauty created by art should also express truth and
    • even when nothing is outwardly expressed. What a person
    • meaning, is aware that this legend expresses a spiritual
    • an integral part in performances, when music expressed what
    • the art of drama could not express, and eternal universal
    • laws were expressed through the rhythm of dance.
    • expressed movements in nature and movements of the stars. In
    • contributed, and what could not be expressed through words
    • on their own are incapable of expressing things of deeper
    • human feelings, but had no means of expressing impulses once
    • Wagner saw music as able to express the inner life, but
    • unable to convey what came to expression outwardly. Dramatic
    • wanted it not only to be an external expression of a soul's
    • expression. What he sought was a higher unity of Shakespeare
    • express what poetry by itself cannot express. Human nature
    • it. What poetry cannot express should be conveyed by
    • wisdom in Germanic legends comes to expression in Wagner's
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    • could better or more beautifully express the inner feeling
    • expressed by saying: Do not ever stand still. Human beings
    • torment and depression. What is needed is the knowledge
    • how thou has glorified me!" These words expressed the
    • a new name, an initiation name that expressed a person's
    • innermost nature, expressed what the spiritual leader had
    • expressed characteristics of the astral body. If a person had
    • reached a higher level, the name would express
    • characteristics of the ether body. If it was to express
    • were related to the person and expressed his essential
    • characteristic was expressed in the name. When we ponder this
    • blowing, or rushing wind. The word Jahve expresses the inrush
    • the name Jahve is expressed the nature of the inrushing
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    • forgive the materialistic expression, which is only used as a
    • eyes, first began to be receptive to the impressions of the
    • express this by saying that out of the former purely spiritual
    • the ruler, an expensive minister, as Carlyle expressed it. This
    • enable him to gain an impression of the gods' activity. In the
    • East-West contemplation, but expressed, I might say, more
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    • general expression for something which took place at
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    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • water, meets the astral body with all that which outer impressions are
    • It is a faithful impression of the physical, etheric, even of the astral
    • the outer impression (diagram). One can say in this direction (arrows
    • something tonight. It is also an impression. It occurs differently in
    • an impression. What has been communicated to you there, again wants
    • to salt (to pickle) right away all impressions, then you will have a
    • most, the impression penetrates the liquid (but it dissolves) and at
    • in the astral body, and perhaps makes, an impression into the ether
    • this shape-giving, would take a second for any impression (it is not
    • to expression through the four times faster beat of the blood circulation
    • which brings about the dissolving factor. What expresses itself in the
    • the impression is happening, four times an attack of dissolving is made
    • On the outside, it expresses
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    • — if I may express myself that way which now already stays alive
    • as it is expressed in the relation between respiration and pulse. Therefore,
    • (Dr. Steiner then expressed
    • expressed in the legend of the Grail, in the Parsifal legend, in all
    • a “spleeny”, depressive person — one without the will
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    • a general vibration. One expressed it to oneself in the following way:
    • today is — if I may express myself that way — mineral light.
    • how it expresses itself in the temperaments; that one began to look
    • has the impression that in this older European medicine, one had retained
    • if I may express myself that way — something quite healthy, because
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    • we look back on the past, we tend to have the impression that
    • impression that it must be possible for us to intervene in the
    • century in an extraordinarily impressive way. And the
    • intellectuality in it, for it is expressly stated that he was a
    • we must never tire of impressing the following lines upon our
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • there. But if we express it like that, we are naming a
    • made a deep impression on the beholder.
    • his riches, and to the vain man. And the impression this has on
    • the one hand, we receive impressions from the physical plane,
    • and on the other hand we receive impressions from the
    • from above. When we are given these impressions by the
    • de Stael expressed such an extraordinarily favorable opinion of it.
    • certain way Lucifer is in every expression of sympathy
    • and Ahriman in every expression of antipathy. By letting
    • (Spring Valley, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press, 1972).
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    • successor was expressing about the school he knew so well. How
    • made no special impression on people, for they said, “We
    • correct divine principle is expressed right at the beginning of
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    • even expressly stated that impulses of free will come from the
    • and how it became compressed into the poem Parsifal:
    • people that found its expression in the popular romance
    • bound to arouse everyone's resistance, which would express
    • what Goethe then expressed just because it had accumulated
    • come to expression. But what kind of consciousness do
    • yield to necessity. There is no external pressure on the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • an expression of will through its effect on the body. This
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    • moonlight,” and so on, they expressed what they saw
    • slightest awareness of the impulses that come to expression in
    • resolve to get up will not make the slightest impression. This
    • is shouted at. And the impression he has is, “I am now in
    • mythological creation. Ziehen expresses himself a little more
    • Ziehen continues to express himself cautiously, and does not
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
    • significant truth of this fact. The I expresses the
    • inner urge that comes to expression as a longing.
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    • melancholy expression seen in our youngest children, in their
    • acquire the sense for the expression, the physiognomy, of
    • feeling for the picture expressed by the noun has been so
    • expressed in speech. What then is the right really, taken
    • impressively given in abstract words. And as for the
    • when the expression “sentient soul” is employed.
    • eurhythmic expression of the strong feeling of self when
    • words comes to expression. And men can find their way back to
    • within this trinity must impress itself more and more on
    • considerably. What comes two expression in the sixth, and
    • even what the seventh expresses, must already be unfolding in
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    • life is not to be expressed in abstract thoughts. One should
    • express oneself through pictures. The life of Imagination in
    • impress of a subconscious in the character of peoples that is
    • I described, comes to expression in what a child carried into
    • expressed between man and man, should we, as men, not be able
    • discuss the pressing demands of the present-day social
    • should always, as we think, be expressed in plain words. But
    • ourselves understood and express things in language. So it is
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    • truth, this is in fact undeniably right. And when anyone expresses the
    • was concerned and not the tail. Now in this he was wanting to express
    • man and animal. This is outwardly expressed by the organisation of the
    • I once expressed this morphologically in a different way drawing your
    • pressing towards a time when consciousness will become a mere reflection,
    • to use Mephistopheles' expression from Faust — Ahriman
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    • expressed that a divine will exists holding sway over the world, and
    • no longer receive shock from the impression of an immediately experienced
    • passing will be suppressed. What is suppressed, however, what is not
    • he suppresses this. What it then represents can be something quite different.
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    • foresee—will be shattering to mankind, are the expression of how
    • of Nature. But now, when one presses on to knowledge, when one trains
    • pressing on so that they come to this change. I am speaking in Imaginations,
    • your feet on the ground. And this pressure of your feet against the
    • an erudite expression, a pedantic expression—we lack the subject,
    • illnesses of the present time are the expression of this longing holding
    • up to where man stands there in the world, and you can press on to your
    • want, what is your own opinion, should come just as little to expression
    • of investigation into what is spiritual cannot find expression through
    • us to overcome. For life is such that it expresses itself in a twofold
    • way. And because it expresses itself in a twofold way one can always
    • since the world has this dual form of expression.
    • Things will not be helped by the attitude expressed, for example, by
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    • With the help of the old mode of expression, we might say that while
    • and astral body force ourselves—if I may express it thus—through
    • more closely. It may be asked what actually comes to expression in this
    • must always be expressed with exactitude.
    • largely holds men back from pressing forward to Spiritual Science is
    • any blue or red surface, then we shall feel that man when expressing
    • the earth as the human physical body, is only the outward expression
    • employs what is grossly material, it is difficult to make any impression
    • which way a man thinks. How a man thinks is expressed in the whole of
    • to press on to Spiritual Science. In everyday life, however, this narrow-mindedness
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    • expressed in a more or less masked way, the reality clothing itself
    • of the Jahve God is expressed in the great and powerful tragedy of the
    • expresses it (and we can apply the same expression though it is not
    • sought to come on, to press on to man.
    • to the complicated relation of the south, which could only be expressed
    • But Goethe clearly expresses that it is not possible to remain at the
    • is at the same time scientific. But this is also expressed from another
    • Lily, take everything about the re-birth of man expressed in this
    • to press on to what was living in Goethe's mind, then, my dear friends,
    • snake and the Beautiful Lily, where we shall find expressed the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • anything expressible in language, but rather in the feelings, in the
    • impression he made upon his age. There is nothing here, not even the
    • this fragment there was expressed something of the very greatest that
    • when Goethe set himself to express what was greatest he never brought
    • the one hand impressive, deep, powerful, on the other hand though finished
    • bear the last impression of the intellectual age of the old Hebrew approach
    • within men is my being, from this human being I seek to press on to
    • was unable to finish just those works in which he wished to express
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    • impressions, our feeling-world, a certain inclination, we could
    • you may get used to certain impressions as the anthroposophic
    • expression of the inner soul experiences and soul activity of
    • soul will express itself in the direct contrary situation, how
    • your outer expression changes each time as a result of what
    • other than expressions for souls, we may call them, which live
    • physically similar sense impressions, only these are not
    • expresses simultaneously all the similarities of the astral
    • say, similar bad habits. These bad habits will express
    • formations, thickenings expressed in the astral body. The
    • exercise pressure in all directions in the astral body. When a
    • wise but do not know love. However these expressions of the
    • impressions in him- or herself, namely a differentiated world
    • will recognise principally two nuances of feeling expressed in
  • Title: Goethe's Relationship to his 'Faust'
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    • one has the impression, that ever new experiences of
    • more significant than each impression and suchlike. These are
    • through Goethe's statements, as expressed in letters directed
    • which he expressed in his work and particularly in his
    • If not so much misuse of the expression “unconscious
    • Exactly that which I express now, applies in a particular
    • expressing the connection between humanity and the almighty
    • world powers. The sign of the macrocosm expresses the world as
    • thus, through this idea, express everything which has been thus
    • an idea which was not fully expressed, to once again bring it
    • rather than expressing riddles in a pure and strong way and
    • expresses itself clearly within Faust's soul, cannot grasp what
    • fulfilment into expression and to revelation. When both
    • in Mephistopheles and came to expression when Mephistopheles
    • character, bringing Faust to a poetic expression. In 1790 he
    • self knowledge is expressed in a yet higher sense. It links to
    • expressed in his nature observation, led Faust into the wide
    • made an extraordinary impression on me when I read a critique
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • expressed theoretically is that anthroposophic occult science
    • only, I can say, do you find this expressed often in
    • expression means a great deal, even much more so for the
    • particular distrust in the expression “self-knowledge,” as it
    • appearing as if squeezed, pressed together. The aura in this
    • self-contemplation, what we express in our astral body —
    • What kind of rule in human nature will now express its
    • characteristics in the astral body? Something is expressed from
    • sure when you enter into that expression which works for
    • Knowledge, as expressed in the ether body, we find when we
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • development of humanity. The very shape of the building impresses you
    • circle complete, covered with hemispheres equally incomplete, expresses
    • it. The very predominance of the two domes conveys an impression to
    • is symbolically expressed in the structural forms, it means that in
    • expression of the organic forms of nature. But nothing of that kind
    • expressed in forms without any transition though the symbolical.
    • by. An organic structural thought should express whether a motive is
    • that everything shall absolutely and truthfully express what it actually
    • whole form into your feeling, they will be to you,the expression of
    • out, but of feeling the heavy pressure of the overhanging weight of
    • all the weighty pressure of the whole Building, you will then feel this
    • curve is expressed exactly as it should be: while at the same time you
    • only feeling one has. But here in every surface and line should he expressed
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • the impression that one gets, is, that here is an enclosure that in
    • possible to receive this particular impression that I have to emphasise.
    • the Building is an attempt to express the idea which has inspired the
    • can be seen. This inner law whose workings can be seen has been expressed
    • That is what we chew here. That is the truth which expresses the life
    • in all the ideas expressed in this Building. Whereas elsewhere one finds
    • This is the main impression produced by our Building that it indicates
    • have given a false meaning to that which this building is meant to express,
    • this Building gives the impression from the outside, “here within
    • that is expressed in the pillars, the thing that is expressed in the
    • life, which we never could express in ordinary life. The performer of
    • expression of all that has been expressed in the capitals and architraves
    • the Building to express in every form of truth that I have again and
    • an expression of the whole.
    • the material. The conception of building must give expression to the
    • matter of fact expresses what is necessary to humanity for the future.
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    • — this was even so in the most brilliant period — to express
    • heights of pictorial art have been reached in striving for expression
    • expression, yet the time has come when a spiritualization of our cosmic
    • Blue, for instance will always help if we wish to express movement,
    • red will always help if we wish to express physiognomy. But what I mean
    • would come to expression. And we do not fully perceive this interchange
    • it is intended to be, it must in a certain sense, bring to expression,
    • The spiritual is essentially brought to expression in the forms of the
    • is painted in the domes. The paintings in the domes express to a certain
    • out for something else, as not really giving expression to that which
    • or I or Ego. In the whole Building you find nothing anywhere expressed
    • invisible appeared, that which expressed by mere symbols, by what had
    • my expression Faust-figure. The main thing is that in the whole composition
    • this figure expresses what the spirit of .the age in that very epoch
    • produces in the seeking man. You see it brought to expression especially
    • it expressed in the whole gesture of the figure. That we are reminded
    • Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
    • lightly expressed in the abstract, the law of our time. When I tell
    • is just what must be overcome. There are many more elementary impressions
    • to express in this countenance with its adequate colour what is possible
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • to express this homage, for the folk think that Faust, as son
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • technical expression; just as modern chemistry has its
    • seeks to come nearer that towards which he is being pressed
    • well-being find expression. Goethe purposely chooses
    • in Faust, is clearly enough expressed in the above four
    • Its modes of expression, however, continued for a
    • a deep impression it makes upon us when we picture it
    • clever explanation referred to is expressed in the words:
    • recently expressed as follows: We have this nature-force but
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • of this kind has naturally made no small impression on those
    • expresses how the witch-souls and the souls belonging to the
    • face’ — a wonderfully vivid expression, for it is
    • does not wish to go through the experience with a suppressed
    • impressive — and the red mouse becomes Gretchen. The
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • expression of deep knowledge. To help us to a full
    • impressions of Spiritual Science. Hence his language has
    • impression was needed that personalities such as his could
    • produce. He often expressed himself strangely and in paradox
    • Fichte, who had at that time to express the truth in abstract
    • hand, those who had been strongly impressed by Fichte might
    • then expressed — though without being understood by his
    • Thus Schelling and Hegel sought to press through to absolute
    • luciferic. He does not use these particular expressions but
    • this reason he makes his Mephistopheles expressed itself
    • Paracelsus expressly assures us that by means of certain
    • no body — mark that, please. Paracelsus expressly says
    • old expression — and a very good one. Just as one grows
    • expression, to ‘become young’ meant to ‘be
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • him to bring to expression in his “Faust” this
    • its special impress and had its appointed place.
    • suggestive power. This is clearly expressed. These
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • Initiates — desired to express through the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • Invocation Scene — forgive the trite expression, I do
    • this politician found occasion to express himself about the
    • suppress absolutely everything that resounds from any other
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • “Faust” its most outstanding expression.
    • impression, one's ideas acquire an added truth. This feeling
    • about our surroundings, because, if I may so express it, the
    • permitted to express it rather strongly — “Now
    • Goethe presents it all so faithfully that, while to express
    • have put on a very sceptical expression — very
    • impressive, heart-stirring language they speak! And yet,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • science will be widened, it will press on over further and
    • personality who took it upon himself to impress upon you that
    • Mephistopheles. The Lamiae express rather what belongs to
    • Here you have, fully expressed by Goethe
    • On the one hand relationship is expressed, on the other we
    • express what he wishes to say, and he suggests infinitely
    • does not admit of being openly expressed and directly
    • anyone express more clearly that he is neither idealist not
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • until Councillor Buttner expressed his need of the apparatus,
    • used to express their visible effects. The same principle
    • hypothesis is expressed here nor any theory — merely
    • the right way, so that they express themselves according to
    • impression made by modern natural science. But it is a
    • depressingly like those of rulers and cabinet ministers.”
    • firends, such questions are often asked under the impression
    • express in words anything as serious as what was put before
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • have the visible expression of it. To say, in a pantheistic
    • expressed in works of art was part of all that is creative in
    • us. He expresses it through Proteus who says finally: Even
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • can with its pictorial quality impress even the simplest
    • they know something of what is expressed in the Kabiri
    • echoed in his own feeling. He expresses all this by making
    • may express myself in dull, theoretical fashion, we shall
    • skull bones. There he stopped, for he could not press on to
    • beautifully expresses it in this book, nature becomes
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • wisdom — achieves harmonic expression.
    • moments of life, cannot press forward to knowledge of man, to
    • in which actually (forgive the trivial mode of expression) a
    • may so express it, by what comes from above out of the
    • taken up into the spiritual world. This is expressed also in
    • springs from the relationship of two forces, the one pressing
    • there clearly express what we actually are, when we hurry
    • expressed with tremendous depth in Goethe's Faust.
    • expressed in the last scene of my first Mystery Play,
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • active, they express themselves — albeit not in theories,
    • what actually expresses itself of the inner being of man in
    • overcome this pain. For it is this pain which is the expression
    • the whole of nature which makes an impression on us, is
    • connected with the rising sun, with all the impressions one has
    • is there in that which expresses itself so clearly in the
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    • expression as people then imagined they had heard.
    • legitimate expression for this is the human “I,”
    • to gender, bequeath it into an expression of disease and
    • but through the suppression of the “I” through
    • the Ten Commandments. Reference is made [to] what you express
    • expression of wisdom this is within world guidance.
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    • bread, treads me with their feet,” is an expression for
    • as in physiognomy, is an outer expression of an inner life.
    • Mephistopheles, could be expressed. As a result this spirit,
    • be an expression of spirit and soul, just so no earthquake, no
    • of nature, and the earth itself become an expression of the
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • comprehensively, and seek to express its attitude with regard
    • comprehensive expression are balanced by equally
    • impression made by this great advance in the domain of
    • derive the sensations expressing themselves in such words
    • sensation expressed in the words ‘I see red,’ we have before us
    • and he begins to receive quite consciously impressions of the
    • mysteries, this is expressed in the words, “Man sees the
    • expression is given within the human, or animal organism, the
    • fitted for receiving the external corporeal expression
    • an expression of Feuerbach, if rightly conceived, proclaims
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    • found expression in the Mohammedan religion, while on the other
    • to find expression in the course of earthly evolution could
    • never have come to expression in the fullest sense: I mean the
    • was to arise, which, if it found extreme expression, would lead
    • his religious faith, and expressing it in this wise: ‘I am
    • stream. While at the rising stream — pressing forward as
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • souls of the peoples of Europe. And he expressed deep regret that
    • world-machinery which can be expressed in terms of mathematics.
    • been compressed and then released again, as if a sphere had undergone
    • we must press forward to this cosmic wisdom, to the knowledge that the
    • two poles. There is the head-life and the life that expresses itself
    • rather represent the damping-down and suppression of life which is
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • presentation, a damped-down, suppressed life, a declining life is
    • sense-impression pleases us, another displeases us. Feelings also
    • impressions made upon us by this world of sense. Now when we pass into
    • longer make any impression upon us, for this must be done via the
    • he enters more automatically into what he will have to express later
    • automatically, and out of passions and instincts express love for our
    • folk and our language. The former conditions never come to expression
    • true and inward love for race and language expresses itself naturally,
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    • spirit-and-soul before birth expresses itself in this bodily life.
    • previous incarnations he could have brought to expression. If,
    • how to bring it to expression in life. Abstract theories are really of
    • seemed to you to be the direct expression of violent, elemental
    • Everything was compressed into a few short years. Events like those of
    • world of Europe, expressing itself in many different forms. When we
    • physical, contributed to this repression of the Spiritual. For they
    • culture of the West. And at the same time when this repression of the
    • which man brings to expression in his life on the physical Earth comes
    • On this note, the