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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • they could say to themselves: if a human should strive through
    • working for themselves, that is organise our working the way
    • evil and wickedness show themselves as black spots, one could
    • themselves to be completely blunt against such an enigma, which
    • surroundings, we become aware of ourselves. In general, a human
    • accessible to him/her. Maybe we should ask ourselves here: what
    • then follow up for themselves with the further run of thoughts
    • except when we fundamentally educate ourselves away from
    • and a new birth. There we transpose ourselves into a world,
    • prepare for ourselves such a physical sense being, so that in
    • before our birth in the spiritual world to work upon ourselves;
    • we must look upon ourselves in such a way that we can become
    • are able to live not only with ourselves alone, but with the
    • ourselves: where lies the wisdom in the world order, that
    • they love, and do not concern themselves about anything else,
    • world. So let us not try and conceal from ourselves here: why
    • themselves: and catch sight of the longing for the spirit
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 1: Popular Occultism, Introtroduction
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    • interest for those who are now themselves giving lectures to a
    • body and astral body separate themselves from it and ascend. It is not
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • world, the senses of the astral world disclose themselves. When we become
    • But when we begin to meditate in a serious way, when we school ourselves,
    • towards them and throwing themselves upon them. In reality these shapes
    • and picture to ourselves a German town of that time. There everything
    • that never clothed themselves in flesh. They continually hover to and
    • to incarnate themselves, to form themselves an astral body; these Beings
    • have a real lust to materialize themselves astrally.
    • very evil Beings occasion to incorporate themselves, and these Beings
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • interest for those who are now themselves giving lectures to a
    • violently severing themselves from the life of the senses, they will
    • earthly life is the expression of what we worked out for ourselves.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 4: The Devachanic World
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  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • does not quite resembled experiences themselves which we had here on
    • forces which impressed themselves upon the astral body. They transformed
    • themselves as if they were some kind of nourishment for the astral body.
    • their effects on ourselves. In the case of every action we now experience
    • another person, we must experience this injury ourselves in Kamaloca;
    • filings in a box a magnet underneath it. The filings arranged themselves
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 6: Man's Return to a New Earthly Life
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    • karma. Also the character, the inclinations and habits express themselves
    • elaborated in the physical body. They transformed themselves into forces
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • interest for those who are now themselves giving lectures to a
    • Devachan. We ourselves prepared the nest where we were born. In Kamaloca,
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • themselves. The higher expels the lower, in order to rise still higher;
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 10: Paths of Occult Training
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    • We ourselves live in the fifth
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • Now we can ask ourselves: So what was living in
    • way of thinking that we ourselves find religious feeling permeated with a legalistic element. In
    • express themselves, spread out, in imaginative pictures. In the Western culture we find that, in
    • in themselves what was divided between three spheres. They themselves organize it in the social
    • — the grave situation —in which we find ourselves.
    • cannot progress properly because in the autumn we found ourselves in great money difficulties.
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • how these differentes within humanity express themselves in the civilized world.
    • North America. She lost these colonies to England. The colonies freed themselves again. The
    • that set themselves the task within their sphere of action of suppressing consciousness of self,
    • desire not to call themselves to account concerning the real motives behind their actions. One
    • probably perfectly upright men in themselves (I do not impute strong Ahrimanic impulses to them)
    • — are themselves bearers of such premature beings; but the pupilship to such beings lies
    • And what then, in total, is the task these beings have set themselves?
    • They have set themselves the task of keeping life
    • allow themselves to be convinced a little of the existence of the causes!
    • East, who fancifully attribute to themselves all possible selflessness — a selflessness
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
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    • past, but wish now to work into and to influence human lives, assert themselves; not, indeed,
    • through human beings themselves, but by appearing to them. We spoke of how these beings influence
    • the human 'I' and astral body — and then asserting themselves, without the people realizing
    • human beings who have permeated themselves to a lesser degree with the Roman element than have
    • make themselves felt in the world. In the East this is different. A different stream moves
    • human constitution of those peoples who have gradually asserted themselves in the centre of
    • described yesterday to assert themselves in the leaders of the people of Central Europe. But this
    • separated, beings asserted themselves in them of the kind that often worked unconsciously on
    • attacks of the spirits of the West that asserted themselves in his will, that surged particularly
    • people allow themselves to be absorbed by the
    • themselves.
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • where things go on in the usual way, the Greeks considered themselves dependant on their gods, on
    • the Greeks concerned themselves when they wanted to receive social impulses. Here they ascended
    • We modern human beings must certainly also endeavour to lift ourselves up to inspiration; an
    • post-Atlantean epoch, people were to hold on to capital even when they themselves could no longer
    • ourselves over to the foreigner and, no sooner having done so, then exercising an unconscious,
    • influence on the foreigners to whom we had subjected ourselves.'
    • prevent this spiritual science from arising assert themselves. And, basically, there are only a
    • willing to engage themselves absolutely whole-heartedly for spiritual science, nothing beneficial
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 5: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 4
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    • nature. People felt themselves to be in the realm of knowledge when gods spoke through the
    • knowledge again only when they concern themselves with what lies at the basis of
    • us, out of ourselves, to open the doors again to the spiritual world; to come to a perception of
    • particularly among those who pride themselves on being practical, who, for example, go into
    • and prefer to get along with the old. The machine age has arrived. Machines themselves show how
    • — a life certainly which he can still deny because they manifest themselves to begin with
    • beings have not diverted into machines, are still in human beings themselves and manifest as the
    • themselves.
    • qualified him really to control the spirits which assert themselves in the economic life. An
    • practical.' Of course it cannot be practical if people do not engage themselves in it; just as,
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • Today we will remind ourselves that there were
    • here people could no longer themselves behold the Mystery in the sense of the old spirituality,
    • was placed in this social order by the gods themselves through the recognizing of this fact by
    • and so on, who set themselves against the bare principle of
    • themselves about the Mystery of Golgotha through the Gospels. The Church opposed this because it
    • authority, on absolute faith in authority — it is only that people delude themselves about
    • way the majority lost the power to face the truth for themselves and in the last resort this has
    • visionary gift and say all sorts of things they do not understand themselves against this modern
    • Gospels were a unity. Even today it is strictly forbidden for Catholics to occupy themselves with
    • how, in what is actually going on, significant things proclaim themselves. And, for the most
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 7: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 6
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    • encapsulate themselves in their habitual ideas so that nothing can penetrate which conflicts with
    • learn of nature, the less we understand of ourselves, the less we understand of the human
    • article; it is meant as a force for life and people will have gradually to accustom themselves to
    • make themselves mature and ready for the Christ-event of the twentieth century. But everything
  • Title: Abbreviated Title: Lecture I:
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    • not given themselves up to egoism alone, but who have spent their life
    • Picture to yourselves that when we enter physical existence we are born
    • Science prepare themselves to appear in earthly existence again as soon as
    • guide the world by devoting yourselves to what lies in their intentions.
    • evolution are furthered through what people take up into themselves who
    • concern themselves with something which is not, so to speak, the culture of
    • people of the present time; that they concern themselves with something
    • Earth-existence busy, themselves with something which has a significance
    • concern themselves with the fact that they will also be eaten; that does
    • grains let themselves be distracted from preparing those of the next year,
  • Title: Talk To Young People:
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    • young people, doing everything ourselves. Couldn't you help us?” “I
    • century find this sort of thing, if they are honest with themselves,
    • to ask themselves the reason for their suffering and what they were
    • clearly and honestly perceived in themselves “hunger for a truly
    • people, which you yourselves may have read by now: “How do you
    • descend more deeply into themselves, while giving up all their
    • begin to understand this when they begin to understand themselves. To
    • nature to tell ourselves over and over to wake up, otherwise all the
    • to tell ourselves with a certain amount of courage: “Whenever we seem
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • Moon-stage. And we must remind ourselves of the fact that, in a certain
    • they win for themselves the impulses which they then ray forth into the
    • and human beings; we ourselves — as mankind — would find it
    • prepared by us when we raise ourselves to the stage of Spiritual
    • biologists, thinking themselves particularly advanced, say: As many
    • ourselves entirely with this idea. We must not expect that we can carry
    • “think ourselves into his mind”, as it were. All this must
    • confirm ourselves in those feelings and perceptions that we can make
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • at its starting point have been formed by human beings themselves. It
    • given themselves up more and more to thought, but the human heart,
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture II: Tree of Life - II
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    • element in which they felt themselves to be actually cleverer than
    • to themselves: Yes, this or the other came; it placed itself before
    • we cannot ourselves bring our night's experiences into our
    • day's knowledge, from what we have gained for ourselves from waking
    • to going to sleep. We can thus say: Ahriman, instead of ourselves,
    • — and we say to ourselves: I know this person. But
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture III: The Power of Thought
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    • something like a shadowy outline, a phantom, of ourselves; not
    • ourselves must be inserted, for we are continuously losing something,
    • at that time rebelled against, showed themselves in antipathy to,
    • at home in the existing evolution; they felt themselves to be
    • result which arise from ourselves and pour themselves into the
    • ancient Rome they did not say to themselves: One man rules other men,
    • themselves: if the Republic is said to have a significance in the
    • Such men said to themselves: Yes, we
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • confined to us ourselves, to live only within us as our impulses of
    • relate thinking to ourselves as we do now, but we should look back to
    • of the earth. Only through first feeling ourselves to be identified
    • foreign and hostile to such an aim. We must not deceive ourselves
    • and only for ourselves. We should develop not a single altruistic
    • medium, they would most certainly bethink themselves that there were
    • themselves: what it is will soon be evident. They wanted to know
    • earth from that otherwise taken when we do not ally ourselves to such
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • World-conceptions can have ever such fine proofs in themselves, they
    • themselves in a really extraordinarily logical way, they have an
    • worlds permeate our world, for the way other worlds allow themselves
    • persons concerned are prevented from coming and excuse themselves; so
    • because this heart of ours received its rudiments when we ourselves
    • illusion we now ascribe our feelings to ourselves as I have shown,
    • secrets of art too gradually reveal themselves to us. They unfold as
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture VI: Tree of Knowledge - II
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    • Luciferic-Ahrimanic beings have asserted themselves. And here we can
    • ourselves persecuted, develop no antipathy against anyone
    • unintentional untruthfulness. We must never flatter ourselves that
    • Society might not speak of themselves, they always spoke about
    • much we are inclined to attribute far more selflessness to ourselves
    • in the first place thoroughly work ourselves out of our dependence on
    • So we have furnished ourselves with a
  • Title: World Downfall and Resurrection
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    • out their own thoughts for themselves. Now the kind of
    • Father God in the days of antiquity. Men said to themselves:
    • themselves created. These other Divinities are the Beings
    • insinuated themselves into the things of the Earth. The things
    • said to themselves: The Godhead works through the blood,
    • back again to them. The Gods desire the blood for themselves.
    • themselves. Christ directed the minds of men to all that
    • beings who subsequently had insinuated themselves into the
    • themselves, only they must be understood in the right way,
    • very fact that we need no longer allow ourselves to be led
    • intellect. They allow themselves to be misled by this intellect
    • ourselves may labour. The fourth condition is upon us. It only
  • Title: Lecture: Philosophy and Anthroposophy
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    • able to say to ourselves: neither method can lead our soul whither we would
    • ourselves and reality is not thereby lessened, but increased. The results
    • reach the point of admitting that we do not, in truth, devote ourselves to
    • they can themselves take their stand upon true reality. Others, who aim at
    • Master of Logic. The medieval thinkers would say to themselves: whatever be
    • thirteenth century) to concern themselves with Aristotle. The first
    • concern themselves with his teachings, for in the interpretation placed
    • the founders themselves presented in the right way. Instead of looking to
    • ourselves. In the Kantian sense, we see external things as through a
    • coloured glass; we receive them into ourselves, grouping them according to
    • lawful connections which we ourselves evolve. Our cognition has certain forms
    • to ourselves. A picture resembles its prototype, but in so called
    • experience within ourselves is “symbol” of the thing-in-itself,
    • of cognition who pride themselves on understanding Kant, consider every man
    • only concern ourselves with a few of Aristotle's fundamental conceptions in
    • however, begin to think, the things group themselves; we gather diverse
    • Aristotelian lines, if we, like the Scholastics, exert ourselves to conceive
    • (Entelechies). The latter (universalia in re) have incorporated themselves
    • ourselves to think in concise, finely chiseled concepts, in concepts which
    • immediate access to the things and identify ourselves with matter. This
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  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture I: The Pedagogy of the West and of Central Europe: The Inner Attitude of the Teacher
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    • these reveal themselves quite simply in the choice that must result when
    • truthfully, if we were to ask ourselves whether we should be more on the
    • ourselves with this unfolding being of the child, then out of this
    • do not say to ourselves — who is it now that has really
    • say to ourselves something like this —
    • we began teaching a year before. We say to ourselves at the end of the year
    • proper sort of inward modesty, this sense that we ourselves are still in
    • hand we are always patting ourselves on the back over the perfection of our
    • must quickly cast off our narrower, personal selves like a snake's skin,
    • around with us. As teachers we must train ourselves to lay aside these
    • surrendering ourselves completely to the subject. The important thing
    • arising as we surrender ourselves to the content), then bring about in the
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture II: The Three Fundamental Forces in EducatioN
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    • immersing ourselves in the other human forces. A Dionysian element
    • ourselves the necessary reverence and the necessary enthusiasm, so that we
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture III: Spiritual Knowledge of Man as the Fount of Educational Art
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    • digested by us in a suitable way; but we would not be feeding ourselves
    • there. By preparing themselves for this the eurythmists are, as it were,
    • making themselves into organs for receiving processes from the spiritual
  • Title: Meditative Knowledge of Man: Lecture IV: The Art of Education Consists of Bringing Into Balance the Physical and Spiritual Nature of the Developing Human Being
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    • known to you, which manifest fully only in later years, reveal themselves
    • work in one direction or another, when we acquaint ourselves with the means
    • separating themselves out from the mixture, while the lighter parts remain
    • they are the way in which we express ourselves in our human-social
    • are able to free ourselves from such behaviour and to direct our
    • of his soul, then we are occupying ourselves with a child in a different
    • which can be acquired only if we learn to overcome ourselves. There would
  • Title: Social Understanding: Lecture II: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • after we have reached the age of twenty-one, we have to draw on ourselves.
    • out consciously. We have to educate ourselves to do consciously what was
    • once, and you may even have experienced this yourselves
    • of acquiring relatively more for themselves from other people compared with
    • what they produce from out of themselves. In earlier times it was
    • of thinking we develop when we accustom ourselves to working with
    • these days. Yet these people who do not put themselves out to accept the
    • one another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture I: Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • in the course of time. We ourselves may have once lived in ancient Egypt,
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture II: The Gospels, Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • We ask ourselves now, how did this flow into
    • compassion and love. If we want to understand this, we must tell ourselves
    • from within themselves the teaching of compassion and love, the teaching of
    • Buddha's appeal to develop from within themselves the teaching of
  • Title: Lecture: Art As A Bridge Between The Sensible And The Supersensible
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    • leading classes and social ranks have allied themselves with certain
    • themselves as excluded by virtue of their entire life situation from what
    • the leading classes have essentially concocted for themselves. As regards
    • what people claim for themselves today as religious content is after all
    • earth in human physical bodies. Let us remind ourselves as before, of
    • hardly come to any other judgment than in asking themselves,
    • let us remind ourselves again and again, that it is actually quite absurd
    • attempted to do in various fields, making clear to ourselves what the
    • earthly human being. If we make concretely clear to ourselves, in detail,
    • reality. In this manner, human beings have torn themselves away from a
    • proceeding to such concrete ideas do real thoughts reveal themselves
    • and supra-physical world. And only in permeating ourselves with such
    • that, nothing else is implied than that we should train ourselves to
    • quite differently than what we ourselves have thought. For we should have
    • ourselves within the totality, then we join in hastening toward the
    • feel ourselves standing within what is comprised by the genius of
    • further, in other words, in learning to overcome ourselves more and more.
    • within ourselves, circling continuously around our own self, we
    • widening of interest it is necessary for us to educate ourselves to
    • experience to act of themselves as necessity demanded. In speaking to one
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  • Title: Raphael's Mission in the Light of the Science of the Spirit
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    • themselves into cultural life as a whole, as into a great
    • from the things themselves, from making use of their sense
    • immerse ourselves in Raphael, in following the various stages
    • Savonarola reverberate in us if we give ourselves over to them;
    • only be comprehended in raising ourselves to the supersensible,
    • raise ourselves to super-terrestrial regions to see the
    • whole soul — we abandon ourselves to what affects us in
    • present themselves to us again in sleep, upon awakening or in
    • felt, we have to say to ourselves: In looking at a picture such as the
    • We give ourselves over entirely to the moment seen here. We
    • in themselves.
    • progress of humanity. We can say to ourselves, these works
    • in the widest circles people were unable to immerse themselves
  • Title: Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: Lecture
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    • not exactly conduct themselves with special piety in regard to
    • can acquaint ourselves with other works of Leonardo, by means
    • — or to where the horses are left to themselves. In this
    • hypothesis to which anyone can come on familiarizing themselves
    • to ourselves that the human soul returns again and again in the
    • orient themselves to what is presented to the senses, to reason
    • become ready of themselves to feel drawn to spiritual science.
    • elevated themselves in the ancient manner to apprehending the
    • transpose ourselves, for example, into how a Greek artist
    • human beings felt themselves the immediate creators of their
    • own bodies, feeling themselves at one with the soul forces of
    • supersensible existence. We can then say to ourselves: We
    • Leonardo are themselves real life-enigmas, embodying cosmic
    • understanding, while immersing ourselves in spiritual
    • acquaint ourselves with this aspect of Leonardo in order to
    • able to say to ourselves, all development takes its course in
  • Title: Fairy Tales: in the light of Spiritual Investigation
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    • spiritual secrets themselves.”
    • not revealing themselves in their totality.
    • the elements vent themselves upon the defenseless human
    • presenting themselves as boundless in relation to
    • themselves off. They do so much as a single drop of water
    • passing through the soul and felt themselves much more
    • fairy tale, let us remind ourselves that, as shown by spiritual
    • We may remind ourselves of the relationship of the
    • world and tell ourselves: The plant grows, but it can
    • that manifest themselves in the fixed stars and planets. And
    • often find themselves up against giants in fairy tales. Why do
    • amazed, they agreed among themselves that they would only be
    • was some blood. The giants had said to themselves: Awake,
    • spiritual investigation — yet, in immersing ourselves in
    • the roots of existence. Since, even in giving themselves
    • Hence, those who have concerned themselves for a long
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    • closer to the spiritual worlds and were themselves still able
    • themselves off in love-lessness from what is outside them and
    • beings have to redeem the planet along with themselves.
  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • period, numerous other things asserted themselves in the
    • is required for someone to submerge themselves fully in the
    • assembling external facts. In this way, the facts themselves
    • such research themselves.
    • human beings did not yet incorporate themselves in physical
    • Christian one, in which we still find ourselves today. It is
    • feel ourselves transposed, in an immediate way to what had
    • speak for themselves, giving expression to these powers that,
    • acquaint themselves prefer with what happens on the earth by
    • even those distance themselves from him, if they but understand
    • themselves aright, who differ from him in their ideas and in
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 1
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    • themselves gods. They didn't think it was a superstition, oh no,
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 2
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    • the old realities had not transformed themselves into platitudes,
    • to deceive themselves, and when they recognize the deception as
    • themselves to be adrift when they can really feel the solidity of the
    • deceive themselves as to what is real. What good does it do to
    • to motivate ourselves to think big. We will discuss this further
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 3
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    • how everything in the world is alive, and how to express ourselves
    • that is, cultural life, are dependent only upon themselves.
    • our evolution. How could people let themselves be deceived by
    • hindrance. We should ask ourselves why this is so. It is very
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Natural Science
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    • corners add up to 180 degrees by themselves; when I have seen
    • used, is this: remaining stuck in the phenomena themselves. I
    • in every instance the phenomena themselves would be contained
    • themselves — just as by reading a word, the meaning is
    • of relationship to thoughts themselves; one comes to the
    • ourselves to enter into these thoughts we no longer have the
    • with the things themselves. This is how Goethe could say
    • themselves.
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture II: The Human and the Animal Organisation
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    • about the sense of equilibrium we turn ourselves more towards
    • ourselves into the vertical position. What we have experienced
    • as something woven out of ourselves. This is not so. It comes
    • what is sensed with the five senses, extricating themselves
    • themselves from the bondage of the sense world, they become
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture III: Anthroposophy and Philosophy
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    • ourselves with philosophy. This vague experience is extremely
    • philosophic zealots found themselves in the last third of the
    • a person delves into the spiritual development of someone from
    • we find ourselves today in the following situation. In the West
    • which they express themselves, and as a result remain in vague,
    • we could realise due to this, what we have to do ourselves,
    • the reality by looking at ourselves in our own inner being. As
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture IV: Anthroposophy and Pedagogy
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    • every other individual can prove it for themselves, simply with
    • life, where they felt themselves particularly ready to actually
    • people, when they allow themselves to be directed by these
    • ourselves in a place which was obviously hardly suited — it had
    • themselves.
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture V: Anthroposophy and Social Science
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    • question and as a result, prove themselves to be abstract
    • ask ourselves how this human evolution relates to the economic
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture VI: Anthroposophy and Theology
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    • others — defends themselves. Anthroposophy wants to
    • themselves in our midst whether in connection with religious
    • themselves in the sensory physical world. When a person looks
    • ask themselves: What have you actually done? What justifies you
    • that for example Jewish confessors found themselves in the most
    • themselves, except through a revelation.
    • enthusiasm to have such an imagination. Still, ask yourselves
  • Title: Impulse of Renewal: Lecture VII: Anthroposophy and the Science of Speech
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    • objects present themselves, or one can clean them up through
    • our current epoch differentiations show themselves in this
    • regard. The Greek always felt words themselves rolled around in
    • resembling consonants depends upon people placing themselves
    • we restrain our gestures and they transform themselves within
    • do today in our soul life, because people felt themselves to be
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 1
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    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • senses, it is futile to ask it what we ourselves are as human
    • ourselves, although it does give us a huge amount of
    • evermore repeat to ourselves: what we feel as our innermost
    • and sternness: We must first make ourselves truly human, warm
    • this it is necessary that we prepare ourselves, without levity,
    • revelation can rise in us. We must say to ourselves: If we
    • all those who consider themselves members of this School should
    • the human heart, so deep that we can only fathom ourselves:
    • seat of this fear. We must tell ourselves that we were born and
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 2
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    • correctly prepare ourselves for creative thinking, the
    • ourselves in order to enter the spiritual world as genuine,
    • themselves the following question: How often have I resolved to
    • is neither meaningless nor unimportant to ask yourselves such a
    • wish to belong to the Class ask themselves: Isn't there
    • To continually remind ourselves of this belongs to the
    • the worst possible way. Because people feel themselves as only
    • relatively easy to achieve clarity about ourselves. We don't
    • ourselves in our souls. We are always convinced that the
    • intimately into our souls if we wish to know ourselves as
    • feeling human beings. Only by facing ourselves directly with
    • complete conscientiousness do we lift ourselves up, do we lift
    • ourselves up over the obstacles which the second beast places
    • mockery even to themselves, but they are still mocking the
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    • themselves in joy of existence;
    • ourselves with this lifeblood for the soul that wishes to tread
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    • with ourselves. We should develop the idea that the esoteric
    • Yes, the gods have raised us to themselves by giving us
    • In that way, we no longer depend only on ourselves, but we grow
    • Words whose meanings alone are grasped leave us unto ourselves.
    • of ourselves. For only so, by coming out of ourselves, are we
    • willing. Within ourselves, our corporeal “I” holds
    • through which we can say to ourselves in all honesty and
    • raised ourselves to that higher part of our humanity which
    • ourselves to be one with the world.
    • ourselves, as in this mantric verse [Feel how the earth's
    • ourselves, we are only prompted to be aware of where the beast
    • and lift ourselves up in flame, the other verse exists -
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    • when we look within ourselves, concerning an external nature
    • nature. We must stop saying to ourselves: Out there is nature,
    • are ourselves within the element of warmth - we become more
    • accommodate themselves within the earth's world of light. And
    • ourselves for the next earth-life, the spirits warning us at
    • instead find ourselves with alien powers where the human origin
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    • a part of ourselves. We do differentiate a table or a chair
    • which exist outside of ourselves. We do not consider what is
    • consider it as the content of the world and of ourselves. So we
    • profound admission. This admission to ourselves is progressive,
    • out of their own being. And then we say to ourselves: All that
    • which encourages us to always wish to raise ourselves over this
    • process. We take the carbon into ourselves. And carbon is the
    • [?] ... just as we feel ourselves to be plant-like by the watery
    • ourselves.
    • according to the guidebook as events present themselves. We
    • Guardian of the Threshold as to how we can save ourselves from
    • beings. If we completely fill ourselves with inner dedicated
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    • Furthermore, all those who consider themselves to be legitimate
    • yourselves for the first time: I want to take the Guardian of
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    • the fixed stars and feeling, is the sun in ourselves [the sun
    • dear friends, we only need to immerse ourselves in these truths
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    • the forms the constellations possess. When we immerse ourselves
    • by their movements - so that having felt ourselves to be at
    • rest in respect to the stars, now we feel ourselves to be set
    • feel ourselves bound to the earth by the force of the earth
    • yourselves as human beings standing amidst the earth's forces.
    • we can feel ourselves as the ones touching, sensing. We can
    • then during the third stage we can immerse ourselves in what
    • Thus, do you measure yourselves, radiate, strengthen yourselves
    • for us. Then we say to ourselves with total certainty: the
    • this spirit. And if we feel ourselves as spirit in the
    • but threefold. Then it is as though by binding ourselves to the
    • themselves.
    • [Translator's Note: in German the stars themselves can be
    • we say to ourselves when we have arrived on the other side of
    • must look up to the stars and with devotion say to ourselves:
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    • comes to meet us. But as long as we confine ourselves to using
    • the planets, behold the stars, fill yourselves with the
    • far greater thoughtfulness we can imagine ourselves into the
    • ourselves carried away by our soul's vision.
    • immerse ourselves in it. When we have this feeling — I
    • here on the earth [inner circle]. Then we draw ourselves up to
    • most sublime, where we feel ourselves in dialog with the gods
    • themselves, where the gods not only let us read, but
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    • themselves to the School with great diligence, Miss Maryon
    • saw how we place ourselves in the world process and how in
    • What is actually going on? When do we see ourselves
    • dwellings of the gods, then the gods themselves who live in
    • the beings of the higher hierarchies themselves, at first
    • which the godly beings themselves speak, and should let
    • allowing ourselves to be impressed by the radiance of the
    • happening and when we free ourselves from the theoretical,
    • from the intellectual content, go out from ourselves, so that
    • striving and vibrantly radiating so that we feel ourselves
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    • And when you have sensed this, ask yourselves: When I think
    • [yellow]. And you will then say to yourselves: When I speak, I
    • ourselves as being transferred to where we hear what is being
    • “I” to ourselves, where are we looking? Yes, this
    • say “I” to ourselves we are confirming that we are
    • way, and if we experience ourselves within the spiritual world
    • Hierarchies, then we will find ourselves in possession of true
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    • So if we can always feel ourselves in this situation
    • saying it; we should transpose ourselves into the situation I
    • Each leg is placed before the other. Thus we carry ourselves
    • around us, but also how we experience ourselves in the
    • ourselves for this mantra by using the good German word
    • than the Thrones. They do not show themselves in the
    • reveal themselves by their being; the Cherubim reveal
    • themselves by their tools; the Seraphim reveal themselves by
    • though we are not ourselves speaking, thinking, feeling and
    • willing; rather that we completely forget ourselves and feel
    • ourselves: this normal consciousness has meditated. It has
    • ourselves to be meditants, and when there are moments when we
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    • and willing can strengthen themselves after having consciously
    • ceases. We enlarge ourselves, we expand, and at the same time
    • Now he delves deeper into himself. And — note the
    • ourselves speaking the words after the Guardian has been
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    • Every night when we sleep we find ourselves in the realm to
    • Now we to situational meditation: how to see ourselves already
    • asking. This answer, which the cosmic-powers themselves
    • with each of the elements, so that we may feel ourselves to
    • how we will comport ourselves in respect to the earth's firm
    • moments we give ourselves over to the spirit. And Ahriman
    • possible for the soul. We must not only expose ourselves to
    • Ahriman. In meditation we must imagine ourselves in this
    • strongly feel ourselves on the other side of this threshold
    • ourselves the essence of plants, we have it in our earthly
    • ourselves. Only we elevate it to the level of humanity.
    • Thus we find ourselves here in the sensible world
    • Archai. We feel ourselves to be in this situation. The
    • ourselves to be complete and enclosed. We do not feel everything
    • beyond the abyss, still trying to orient ourselves, we feel
    • to develop the kindling force of our own selves, the kindling
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    • the Anthroposophical Society than that they feel themselves
    • esoteric situation in which we feel ourselves: first of all,
    • by a dark, night-bedecked wall. We see ourselves entering
    • ourselves in relation to the four elements. He tells us how
    • Who answers? The hierarchies themselves answer
    • hearts, to the extent that we feel ourselves to be within the
    • element. We must immerse ourselves in it as the all-pervading
    • We feel ourselves most intimately united with
    • the warmth element. We ourselves are what is warm or cold in
    • We must feel ourselves completely within this
    • And we find ourselves in the situation where we know that we
    • ourselves are within this glimmering light. We feel ourselves
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    • themselves, to the even higher spirits, to the spirits of the
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    • heart may resonate with it, we must feel ourselves to be within
    • the all-moving, all-pervading cosmic light in which we ourselves
    • through the teachings of Christ men should protect themselves
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    • feel ourselves surrounded by this Spirit-Word. We feel the
    • world penetrated by this Spirit-Word. We feel ourselves
    • ourselves spiritually immersed in the spiritual world
    • voice. And in  experiencing ourselves in this blazing
    • may experience in ourselves the true “I am”,
    • themselves; we have let the images and inspirations which
    • founded by Michael. We feel ourselves to be in it. They are
    • When in September we find ourselves again in
    • We should feel how we ourselves go through all
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    • disposition and attitude, feeling yourselves to be members not
    • Anthroposophical Society other than what they themselves
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • (We feel ourselves impelled to take a few steps closer to the
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    • pictures. We imagine ourselves in front of a corpse which has
    • themselves, then I ask them to only keep it for eight days and
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    • souls, he makes us aware of how we should integrate ourselves
    • ourselves, remaining in our own skin, if we do not go out of
    • ourselves and let our body become the whole world. Then will
    • ourselves free by inner striving. Our gaze goes earthward if we
    • want to localize our will. We must feel ourselves one with the
    • free ourselves from the earth's gravity if we want to let our
    • through us, and we will feel ourselves to be in the wide
    • where we must feel ourselves to be if our feeling wants to
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    • speak; the darkness wants to make us lose ourselves in matter.
    • not letting ourselves be overtaken by light, nor letting the
    • lose our Selves in the cold. We must find the equilibrium
    • ourselves in equilibrium between light and darkness, in
    • devote ourselves to the darkness alone, for then we would lose
    • ourselves in the substance of darkness. We must strive for what
    • will be light within by means of the force which we ourselves
    • yourselves to these mantric worlds with the right conviction
    • equilibrium in the soul is present in the words themselves.
    • ourselves united internally with warmth. We feel the earth
    • subconscious. The powers of air thrust themselves in only when
    • inner meaning with which we should unite ourselves in
    • one with the cosmos if we bring ourselves to live into the
    • universe, if we wish to feel ourselves to be members of this
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    • thus showing us an image of ourselves, which in turn shows us
    • ourselves: This corpse could never have come into being the way
    • ourselves unilaterally to it, how the darkness can be dangerous
    • if we devote ourselves unilaterally to it, how we must seek our
    • sensual embers of feeling if we surrender ourselves to the
    • when we seek willing in the earthly depths we find ourselves in
    • Thirdly, when we feel ourselves to be in the air element with
    • earth and the air in thought and imagine ourselves wanting to
    • fear of ourselves and know that we are nullified if we only
    • ourselves a very long time, especially at this point, so they
    • should comport ourselves in respect to the outer world.
    • But it is just this understanding of ourselves as earthly human
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    • is, in ourselves.
    • of love towards the being, we let ourselves grow wings of love,
    • to ourselves — because we sense that the kind of thoughts
    • ourselves: There is our flowing, living thinking. It doesn't
    • shape of the universe. If we can say to ourselves in all
    • beside ourselves. Then the will's thinking becomes the thinking
    • are to prepare ourselves — and we feel this preparation
    • must create the feeling that we are not speaking ourselves, but
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    • we said to ourselves: our own humanity is not here; we must
    • the earthly man, which we ourselves also are during earthly
    • the person who stands over there, who we ourselves are, in a
    • that other person, who we ourselves are, has waves of will
    • figure, which we ourselves are:
    • ourselves are, and he admonishes that we are to see this
    • appears to us from out of sleeping feeling. We feel ourselves
    • which we are ourselves in earthly life, but this time after
    • the person over there, who we are ourselves, telling us to look
    • who we ourselves are. We make the picture and develop the
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    • within the social movement, call for hope in themselves and
    • consider themselves practical you can certainly doubt that a
    • in placing themselves into the souls of the proletarians, they
    • understanding of themselves, whereas before they had been
    • call themselves practical, by saying: ‘Oh, from such
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    • Whoever can consider things for themselves and stay far away
    • develop an independent life for themselves, such as the
    • themselves. Shrewdly he referred to the example of how
    • compose themselves and say: ‘It all sounds a bit like a dream
    • themselves with the course of events. Not a revolutionary
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    • in the modern social order and how they feel within themselves,
    • this modern proletarian experience themselves as the criticism
    • themselves have the answer and that it does not come from some
    • themselves. It is a criticism. That the modern proletarians
    • complicated phenomena of the social life by themselves. They
    • sides by fanatics who see themselves sometimes as good
    • themselves in practical life. Today it does not involve people
    • may reveal themselves. Someone might create poems, as many as
    • label themselves as practical might soon give way to knowledge
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    • Proletarians didn't involve themselves as much within the real
    • Proletarians themselves, and on the other side that the
    • situate themselves in the human community. For this reason, it
    • because modern humanity, even though they consider themselves
    • political bodies manage themselves, whether along their own
    • themselves independently because they are working side by side
    • connection of people with economic powers themselves. The
    • themselves in the sense of the Threefoldness of a healthy
    • They have started already and will show themselves in other
    • themselves to work towards an understanding of these things, at
    • that it is necessary for thoughts themselves to change. Only
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    • opinions, they want it carried out themselves, which means,
    • themselves, how they live together in the community and bring
    • themselves. If I want to briefly express what I mean, I must
    • herself enlightened, call themselves atheists, can acknowledge
    • everything connected to them; such laws found themselves best
    • or she can do themselves, in the economic process. Isn't it so,
    • place themselves within the economic life as a constant factor,
    • yourselves, what I have been stressing the entire evening
    • varied areas of life, tendencies which focus themselves in the
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    • those laws which they have created themselves, as equals.’
    • capitalist entrepreneurs today and reveal themselves in regard
    • their own thought patterns, considering themselves practical in
    • pose the question: Who can actually implicate themselves as
    • Proletariat themselves to utter the fundamental questions,
    • healing is not brought about by the Proletariat themselves, by
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    • the Atlanteans themselves. They understood all that was living in
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • themselves? But if they were to do so, the world would enquire about
    • upon it took something of the Eternal into themselves.
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    • the Ideas subsist in and through themselves. Plato could not
    • had been fulfilled the training whereby men could themselves have
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    • say to themselves, “We have suffered a common
    • themselves, for the very purpose of regaining the right vehicle
    • to be so definitely within ourselves, so woven around and
    • that is said about ourselves, our etheric and astral bodies and
    • the supersensible, we then lift ourselves with our soul life
    • in such a way that we say to ourselves: “What you have
    • to raise ourselves to the level of grasping such real
    • theoretically even for ourselves — when we are able to
    • ourselves unexpectedly in the midst of genuine Anthroposophical
    • considerations. Matters of the daily life flowed of themselves
    • modus vivendi between themselves. But it would be
    • foundations out of existence. We must inform ourselves as to
    • Central Executive Committee would express themselves in regard
    • to the matter. It is not a question of defending themselves, or
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    • will occur if we do not say to ourselves: “You must look
    • themselves with their whole inner feeling to the supersensible
    • become egotists among themselves in the most natural way
    • themselves established, have caused one difficulty after
    • of the technique of this proving. Those who acquaint themselves
    • adjusted themselves in recent times to the need for finding
    • For, if this does not occur, we present ourselves in the world
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    • question we must ask ourselves is whether anything still
    • human soul a long way back we find ourselves going beyond
    • our soul is active in thought we find ourselves rather
    • ourselves entirely outside them. Indeed we often feel
    • processes if we keep ourselves well isolated from them,
    • withdrawing into ourselves. The human ancestor who was
    • something is thinking in us but that we ourselves do the
    • nature. When we speak of nature we base ourselves on such
    • ask ourselves what it was that made human beings grow
    • not about the plants themselves. It is important that we
    • to feel themselves connected, in forming those ideas that
    • themselves to our dreaming, our life of the imagination,
    • the facts speak for themselves. We must learn to look to
    • necessary for us to tear ourselves away from our
    • knowledge to be gained there if we do no train ourselves
    • spheres can only be achieved if we train ourselves as far
    • ourselves on the facts.
    • course become aware of the need to base ourselves on the
    • body we have absorbed into ourselves as the instrument
    • earth concerning themselves only with material things.
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    • descendants, that is ourselves, we have to say that the
    • say to yourselves: Asians are thinking more with their
    • ourselves: European ideas do not make it easy to grasp
    • themselves. You will find that when genuine initiates in
    • ourselves on initiation. Yet we have need of social
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    • of ideas by which people allow themselves to be governed
    • Europeans we believe ourselves to be part of European
    • civilization. What we should ask ourselves is what it is
    • themselves for centuries—he said something that was
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    • have to admit to ourselves that many things are coming up
    • at least tell themselves that they go along with it.
    • age, we may well ask ourselves how many people reading
    • themselves to us as pictures. The relationship that
    • confessions address themselves? They address themselves
    • shelves; I said that one cannot really accuse people of
    • themselves: ‘What was the person [
    • courage to say to themselves: ‘If scientists
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    • prevent the decline into which we have got ourselves in
    • is important that those who call themselves friends of
    • impulses of those who consider themselves the bearers of
    • sense of reality we cannot base ourselves on the
    • of the reality. We really only give ourselves up to
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 6: Materialism and Mysticism, Knowledge as a Deed of the Soul
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    • firmly on the ground, considering themselves to be
    • in evidence even in people who themselves are quite
    • as we develop and that we restore ourselves to health
    • considering themselves superior to such things — as
    • given up to our egotistical desires that allow themselves
    • are in fact rather pleased with themselves when they
    • can make a discovery when we observe ourselves in the
    • therefore, we can make a discovery. Observing ourselves
    • observe ourselves we shall have no experience of these
    • if people apply to themselves what it says in my book
    • when people concern themselves with mysticism nowadays,
    • expressing ourselves no longer work; things that normally
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    • found within ourselves. We shall find it particularly if
    • this now. These things present themselves to human minds
    • abstract spirituality within themselves. Someone looking
    • something-ists. We base ourselves on an abstract notion,
    • for parties always base themselves on manifestos, systems
    • physical brain. People must tear themselves free. It is
    • the old faculty of tearing themselves away that lies in
    • of losing soul and spirit and of losing themselves as
    • things, and this is also where we find ourselves in the
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    • themselves to be united with the gods, and being given
    • deny this. They therefore did not call themselves
    • your soul and spirit. You will then find yourselves the
    • leaders of certain parts of humanity gave themselves the
    • themselves to the material world; it is a deliberate aim
    • people who are now supporting materialism call themselves
    • spirit that was no longer justifiable called themselves
    • call themselves representatives of the spiritual world.
    • widespread societies now say: ‘We declare ourselves
    • longer called themselves Christians or followers of
    • Christ; they really ought to call themselves Jesuits,
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    • shall base ourselves on facts relating to the nature of
    • question we want to ask ourselves today is what kind of
    • themselves unconsciously in the outside world of soul and
    • and spirit environment in which we find ourselves during
    • found themselves in the outer world and their souls and
    • did the people of those times have of themselves? It
    • form. At that time human beings experienced themselves as
    • and spirit, and themselves as soul and spirit within that
    • cosmos. Exactly how did they experience themselves? They
    • perceived themselves as their own deal model. Please pay
    • did not have the experience of themselves that we are
    • beings, and at the same time experienced themselves as
    • did the people of the ancient Orient take themselves very
    • themselves. In the Middle, human beings see themselves as
    • see themselves as merely physical; it is to be their
    • that people want to stay asleep, want to let themselves
    • of the social organism out of what lies in ourselves. The
    • her. The people of the Middle need not limit themselves
    • themselves if they give thought to mystery wisdom —
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    • ourselves, and work for the real progress of humankind. Unfortunately far
    • into the present and will still make themselves felt for a long time, we
    • to the powers that were active in the objects they themselves had
    • outside themselves that did the same amount of work for every individual
    • outside themselves in modern civilization; forces that work for them day
    • they are ahrimanic. Human beings find themselves in the middle between
    • are ahrimanic by nature. Human beings are thus surrounding themselves
    • making themselves felt in strikes and revolutionary movements. They show
    • themselves in life and they arise out of the work done in industry, in
    • themselves that states were Christian. The truth is that they were not.
    • pretended to themselves and others that the modern states which had
    • using the titles conferred on them by the state, imagined themselves to
    • We live through repeated earth lives. In earlier earth lives we ourselves
    • ourselves have produced are considered in the same way. All we see are
    • ourselves to be human beings. Today we look into a nature empty of human
    • we now find ourselves in, is also the starting point for future earth
    • is something we make part of ourselves, for it is something that was
    • show itself in the growing generation is to prepare ourselves for the
    • have totally given themselves over to something that is no longer human.
    • beings themselves will no longer be able to influence these elements. We
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    • ourselves that if we were entirely dependent on the earth
    • ourselves we would have to do without spirit-self,
    • having to say to ourselves: ‘As human beings we are
    • of holding. We must be able to ask ourselves in all
    • should already be able to say to ourselves that the earth
    • rightly if they are able to ask themselves questions like
    • have to say to ourselves: Longing to become complete
    • ourselves that the earthly realm itself does not contain
    • Christ and say to ourselves: The Christ has brought to
    • concept of ourselves as complete human beings with this
    • on the library shelves and wait for someone to come and
    • when we are able to say to ourselves that we have the
    • achieve this, we must fill ourselves with the Christ
    • see what we have to do in order to defend ourselves
    • forced to defend ourselves. But that is a familiar bad
    • have to defend ourselves? It may seem regrettable that we
    • have to use sharp words to defend ourselves, but just
    • in a way embarrassed to declare themselves openly for us
    • if we freely and openly profess ourselves for the truth.
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    • permitted to say something about the higher worlds themselves, and we
    • the outset in order to prepare ourselves for a complete understanding
    • themselves the changed scene for a new incarnation.
    • the attraction of a magnet and arrange and group themselves around it,
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    • absence, have devoted themselves to the arrangement of
    • themselves to its culture.
    • the three kingdoms as outside of themselves, because their view
    • Archangels and Archai have always occupied themselves with man
    • important thing now is to seek afresh, from ourselves outwards,
    • for ourselves on the soul- spiritual that is in us. The result
    • of ourselves, through devotion to spiritual
    • problem immediately before them, to avoid involving themselves
    • must impress upon ourselves that; the old era is done with and
    • not deceive ourselves into thinking it possible to carry over
    • should feel themselves as a centre from which may radiate the
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    • must occupy ourselves with them in the near future, for the
    • have of themselves no reason to be further interested in us. We
    • again concern ourselves with the spiritual world, fostering
    • how can human beings manage so to concern themselves
    • ashamed to make themselves capable of development, or to learn
    • the soul-spiritual within themselves, of experiencing something
    • themselves on our behalf. Men's attitude to the spiritual_
    • “history.” We must convince ourselves that the
    • into these things, we must set before ourselves certain
    • to which we ourselves belong, we see the inner world as
    • among the peoples who, as we have seen, sink themselves into
    • in the whole of humanity, saying to ourselves “Here in
    • occupied themselves with immediate reality, for which they
    • to the present; that means to make ourselves capable of
    • this; and, further, learn how we are to raise ourselves, in
    • conceive it. It is this which the times themselves ordain and
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    • hand, what we ourselves develop within the economic life,
    • thought and work for others, rather than for ourselves, what in
    • themselves in their true colours. They had arrived at
    • make. All the miserable endeavours to justify themselves before
  • Title: Problems of Our Time: Main Features of the Social Question and the Threefold Order of the Social Organism
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    • “unitary State.” Directly we free ourselves from

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