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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • by many prominent people of the time, Steiner's Oxford lectures gave
    • demand for this new thing and that new thing, while so few people are
    • There are people who at a certain time of their lives have a
    • use the expression — bestow blessing. There are such people,
    • upbringing of such people — of people like this who later have
    • educator: — Such people have been brought up as children to learn
    • intellect prematurely, as people are so prone to do to-day.
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • people take it to mean something like ‘intellectual’ or to
    • produces a feeling of slight horror in many people to-day, for only
    • People generally misunderstand this when I describe these things. They
    • because it must be a more spiritual way, and because people do not
    • much like spirit nowadays it follows that people do not like the new
    • But one is not called upon to do this. A few people in the world can
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • is that it is not yet a matter of course among the majority of people.
    • completely from the old ascetic way, has been confused by many people
    • Now when people speak of the nature of the human soul to-day, in this
    • You all know that there are people who investigate certain things
    • but there are also people who have not learned how to look through a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • fact it would be a good thing to-day if people would think like this.
    • People who have a lot of trouble and grief in life show signs after a
    • Now you will perhaps say: nowadays, although people are so terribly
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • observation tends to be superficial, people do not even perceive what
    • place in education; firstly, secondly, thirdly, etc. People are so
    • — when we introduce humanity everywhere. People have a horror
    • In our realistic and materialistic age people have little sense for
    • Anyone can see that in the abstract. It is less easy for people to see
    • many people afflicted with rheumatism and gout, to which they had no
    • human history. For originally people did not count by putting one pea
    • diverse things can constitute a unity. If I have a number of people in
    • seem to him absurd. We can also well understand that people may laugh
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • personality. To-day many people say you must educate individually.
    • must be learned intimately. People to-day do not start criticising a
    • it is as though people were to talk of the works of a clock of which
    • they haven't the slightest inkling. But people do not believe that
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • if five or twelve people sit down together they can work out an ideal
    • school plan, not to be improved upon, people are so intelligent and
    • go on in nature. May I say a very heretical thing: people are very
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • As regards Anthroposophy, how is it commonly under-stood? When people
    • point about Max Muller, would he? But the way people talk of
    • understandable that people should say: What bad people these
    • than they are already and people would say they understood even less
    • make figures for all these. Then people would see how this
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • You see when people hear that a spiritual outlook or spiritual values
    • science in recent centuries. And so people believe that anyone who
    • appears, people think it is not concerned with material things, or
    • our modern thinking is tinged with intellectualism. The only people
    • who are not intellectual so far are the people over there in Asia and
    • people and children. This gulf must be bridged by teachers such as the
    • fact of spiritual knowledge. Now people think that it is a great
    • there is an idea, a notion of a thing. But only people who judge
    • one cannot appreciate their importance. And people do not realise that
    • riddle. But people suppose nowadays that the solution of the riddle
    • ideas. Remember, however, that there are people — and I have met
    • in a book, what in Heaven's name are other people who come after them
    • be learned. And people think this would be colossally boring. I don't
    • must become an unconscious wisdom of the feelings.) Certainly people
    • education and teaching in our age, far too rich; people seem, driven
    • not find people talking nearly so much about education. Edu-cation was
    • a thing people did naively, by instinct, and they knew what they were
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, if one realises that what people say in the
    • True, many people may say: there is an Anthroposophical movement, we
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