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  • Title: Memůria e Amor
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    • Hoje, gostaria de falar sobre como a vida do homem na Terra √©, em certo sentido, uma imagem inversa dessas experi√™ncias. A vida humana terrestre √© compreendida apenas quando suas manifesta√ß√Ķes particulares podem ser relacionadas aos seus complementos no mundo espiritual, onde o homem passa a maior parte de sua exist√™ncia.
    • Gostaria, primeiramente, de falar sobre algumas das maneiras pelas quais a alma humana se expressa durante a vida terrena, na medida em que podem ser relacionadas a experi√™ncias no mundo espiritual. A partir das minhas duas √ļltimas palestras aqui, voc√™s ter√£o percebido que as experi√™ncias da alma humana entre a morte e o renascimento diferem essencialmente daquelas entre o nascimento e a morte. Aqui na Terra as experi√™ncias de um homem s√£o todas mediadas por seu corpo, seja o corpo f√≠sico ou o corpo et√©rico. Nada do que ele experimenta na Terra pode se dar sem o apoio da natureza corp√≥rea. Poder√≠amos facilmente imaginar, por exemplo, que o pensar √© um ato puramente espiritual e que, da maneira como sucede na alma humana terrena, n√£o se relaciona a exist√™ncia em um corpo. Em certo sentido, √© assim. Mas espiritualmente independente como o pensamento humano √©, ele n√£o poderia seguir seu curso aqui na exist√™ncia terrena se fosse incapaz de receber o suporte do corpo e de seus processos. Posso me valer de uma compara√ß√£o que usei muitas vezes aqui em ocasi√Ķes semelhantes. Quando um homem est√° caminhando, o solo em que caminha certamente n√£o √© a parte essencial de sua atividade ‚Äď a parte essencial est√° dentro de sua pele ‚Äď, mas sem o apoio do solo ele n√£o poderia obter √™xito.
    • Ocorre o mesmo com o pensamento. Em ess√™ncia, o pensamento certamente n√£o √© um processo cerebral, mas sem o suporte do c√©rebro ele n√£o poderia ter seu curso terrestre. √Ä luz dessa compara√ß√£o, obt√©m-se uma concep√ß√£o correta da espiritualidade, bem como das limita√ß√Ķes f√≠sicas do pensamento humano. Em suma, meus queridos amigos, aqui na vida terrena n√£o h√° nada no homem que n√£o dependa do corpo como sustento. Carregamos nossos √≥rg√£os dentro do corpo - pulm√£o, cora√ß√£o, c√©rebro e assim por diante. Com sa√ļde normal, n√£o temos percep√ß√£o consciente de nossos √≥rg√£os internos. N√≥s os percebemos apenas quando doentes, e ainda assim de maneira muito imperfeita. Nunca podemos afirmar que possu√≠mos conhecimento de um √≥rg√£o por lhe termos olhado diretamente, a menos que estejamos estudando anatomia ‚Äď mas a√≠ n√£o estamos estudando um √≥rg√£o vivo. Nunca podemos dizer que temos a mesma vis√£o de um √≥rg√£o interno que temos de um objeto externo. √Č caracter√≠stico da vida terrena n√£o conhecermos o interior de nosso corpo por meio da consci√™ncia comum. Ainda menos um homem conhece do que ele geralmente considera de maior valor para sua exist√™ncia corporal ‚Äď o interior de sua cabe√ßa. Pois quando ele come√ßa a saber alguma coisa a seu respeito, via de regra, o conhecimento se mostra deveras desagrad√°vel ‚Äď dor de cabe√ßa e tudo o que a acompanha.
    • Na vida espiritual entre a morte e um novo nascimento, prevalece exatamente o oposto. L√°, realmente sabemos o que est√° dentro de n√≥s. √Č como se aqui na Terra n√£o v√≠ssemos √°rvores nem nuvens l√° fora, mas olh√°ssemos principalmente para dentro de n√≥s, dizendo: aqui est√° o pulm√£o, aqui est√° o cora√ß√£o, aqui est√° o est√īmago. No mundo espiritual contemplamos nosso pr√≥prio interior. Mas o que vemos √© o mundo dos seres espirituais, o mundo que aprendemos a conhecer em nossa literatura antropos√≥fica como o mundo das hierarquias superiores. Esse √© o nosso mundo interior. E entre a morte e o renascimento, sentimo-nos realmente ser o mundo inteiro ‚Äď quando falo do todo √© apenas figurativamente, mas √© inteiramente verdade ‚Äď √†s vezes cada um de n√≥s se sente ser o mundo inteiro. E nos momentos mais importantes de nossa exist√™ncia espiritual entre a morte e um novo nascimento sentimos nosso interior e experimentamos o mundo dos seres espirituais, conscientes deles. √Č t√£o verdade que l√° temos consci√™ncia de esp√≠ritos do mundo superior dentro de n√≥s quanto √© verdade que aqui na Terra n√£o temos consci√™ncia de nosso interior: do f√≠gado, dos pulm√Ķes e assim por diante. O que √© mais caracter√≠stico √© que, na experi√™ncia espiritual, toda nossa experi√™ncia f√≠sica √© invertida. Gradualmente, por meio do conhecimento da inicia√ß√£o, aprendemos como isso deve ser entendido.
    • Esse processo r√≠tmico constantemente repetido pode ser comparado com duas coisas diferentes aqui na exist√™ncia f√≠sica terrena. Pode ser comparado com a inspira√ß√£o e a expira√ß√£o, e tamb√©m com o sono e a vig√≠lia. Na exist√™ncia f√≠sica na Terra, ambos s√£o processos r√≠tmicos ‚Äď ambos podem ser comparados com o que venho descrevendo. Mas com os processos que ocorrem no mundo espiritual entre a morte e o renascimento, n√£o se trata de saber algo de uma forma puramente abstrata, ou ‚Äď devo acrescentar ‚Äď para a satisfa√ß√£o de curiosidade espiritual; trata-se de reconhecer a vida na Terra como uma imagem do supraterrestre. E surge necessariamente a quest√£o: o que acontece na vida terrena que se assemelha a uma faculdade de mem√≥ria n√£o possu√≠da pelo homem em sua consci√™ncia comum, uma faculdade que pode ser possu√≠da por seres das hierarquias, arcanjos? O que h√° na vida f√≠sica que √© como uma mem√≥ria de se viver no mundo dos seres espirituais, ou como uma mem√≥ria de se experimentar a si mesmo l√°?
    • Ora, meus queridos amigos, se entre a morte e um novo nascimento n√£o tiv√©ssemos a experi√™ncia de olhar para dentro de n√≥s mesmos e de encontrar o mundo do esp√≠rito, aqui na Terra n√£o haveria tal coisa como moral. O que retemos dessa experi√™ncia dos seres no mundo espiritual, quando entramos na vida terrena, √© uma inclina√ß√£o para a vida moral. A for√ßa dessa inclina√ß√£o se d√° proporcionalmente √† clareza com que, entre a morte e o novo nascimento, o homem experimentou a conviv√™ncia com os esp√≠ritos do mundo superior. E qualquer um que, em um sentido espiritualmente correto, examine essas coisas, sabe que os homens imorais, como resultado de sua vida anterior na Terra, tiveram uma experi√™ncia muito embotada dessa exist√™ncia espiritual. Mas, se entre a morte e um novo nascimento, pud√©ssemos experimentar apenas o que nos torna um com os seres do mundo superior, e nunca pud√©ssemos experimentar a n√≥s mesmos, ent√£o seria imposs√≠vel alcan√ßarmos, na Terra, a liberdade, consci√™ncia da liberdade, consci√™ncia da nossa personalidade, que √© fundamentalmente id√™ntica √† consci√™ncia da liberdade. Assim, quando, na Terra, desenvolvemos moralidade e liberdade, elas s√£o mem√≥rias do ritmo que experimentamos no mundo espiritual entre a morte e um novo nascimento. Ao direcionarmos nosso olhar √† alma, podemos falar mais precisamente sobre o que nela ecoa: por um lado, tornar-se um com os seres espirituais e, por outro, nossa experi√™ncia da consci√™ncia espiritual do eu. O que durante a vida terrena permanece em nossa alma como um eco de nos tornarmos um com os seres do mundo espiritual √© a capacidade para o amor. Essa capacidade para o amor est√° mais intimamente relacionada √† vida moral do que se pensa.Pois sem a capacidade para o amor, n√£o haveria vida moral aqui na Terra; tudo isso surge da compreens√£o com que nos depar
    • Durante nossa vida na Terra, entre o nascimento e a morte, nossas mem√≥rias s√£o extraordinariamente fugazes; apenas imagens permanecem. Reflita sobre qu√£o pouco essas imagens ret√™m dos eventos vivenciados. Basta se lembrar da indescrit√≠vel tristeza sofrida diante da morte de algu√©m muito pr√≥ximo, e imaginar intensamente o estado interior da alma a isso associado; e ent√£o observar como isso aparece como uma experi√™ncia interior quando, depois de dez anos, voc√™ a evoca. Tornou-se uma sombra p√°lida, quase abstrata. Assim √© a nossa capacidade de recorda√ß√£o: p√°lida e abstrata, em compara√ß√£o com o pleno vigor da vida imediata. Por que nossa lembran√ßa √© t√£o fraca e sombria? Ela √©, de fato, a sombra de nossa experi√™ncia do eu entre a morte e um novo nascimento. Compreendida nessa experi√™ncia do eu est√° a faculdade de lembrar, de modo que ela realmente nos confere a nossa exist√™ncia. Aquilo que nos d√° carne e sangue aqui na Terra nos confere, entre a morte e um novo nascimento, a faculdade da mem√≥ria. L√° a mem√≥ria √© robusta e vigorosa ‚Äď se √© que posso usar tais express√Ķes para o que √© espiritual ‚Äď depois ela incorpora carne e enfraquece. Quando morremos, durante alguns dias ‚Äď tenho frequentemente descrito isso ‚Äď, o √ļltimo resqu√≠cio de mem√≥ria ainda fica presente no corpo et√©rico. Se, ao atravessarmos o port√£o da morte, voltamos o olhar para nossa vida passada na Terra, a mem√≥ria se esvai. E dessa mem√≥ria desabrocha o que a for√ßa do amor na Terra nos deu como for√ßa para a vida ap√≥s a morte. Assim, a for√ßa da mem√≥ria √© a heran√ßa que recebemos de nossa vida pr√©-terrena, e a for√ßa do amor √© a semente para o al√©m-morte. Eis a rela√ß√£o entre a vida terrena e o mundo espiritual.
    • Obtemos a ideia acertada disso se dissermos: antes de descerem √† Terra voc√™s estavam no mundo espiritual e viviam l√°, conforme descrito. O grande esquecimento veio. No que sua boca profere, do que sua alma se lembra, em como sua alma ama, voc√™s n√£o reconhecem o eco do que eram no mundo espiritual. Na arte, entretanto, recuamos alguns passos da vida, por assim dizer, e nos aproximamos do que √©ramos em nossa vida pr√©-natal e do que seremos em nossa vida ap√≥s a morte. E se formos capazes de reconhecer como a mem√≥ria √© um eco do que t√≠nhamos na vida pr√©-terrena, e como o desdobramento do amor √© a semente do que teremos ap√≥s a morte; se por meio do conhecimento do esp√≠rito imaginarmos o passado e o futuro da exist√™ncia humana, na arte invocamos ao presente ‚Äď na medida do poss√≠vel para o homem em sua organiza√ß√£o f√≠sica ‚Äď invocamos o que nos une ao esp√≠rito.
    • Esta √© a gl√≥ria essencial da arte: ela nos leva, por meios simples, ao mundo espiritual, no presente imediato. Quem √© capaz de olhar para a vida interior do homem dir√°: de modo geral, o homem se lembra apenas das coisas que vivenciou no curso de sua vida terrena atual. Mas a for√ßa pela qual ele se lembra dessas experi√™ncias terrenas √© a for√ßa enfraquecida de sua exist√™ncia como um eu na vida pr√©-terrena. E o amor que ele √© capaz de desenvolver aqui como um amor universal da humanidade √© a for√ßa enfraquecida da semente que frutificar√° ap√≥s a morte. E assim como no canto e na fala declamat√≥ria aquilo que um homem √© deve estar unido, pela mem√≥ria, √†quilo que ele pode dar ao mundo por meio do amor, assim tamb√©m √© em toda arte. Um homem pode experimentar uma harmonia de seu eu com o que est√° fora, mas a menos que seja capaz de mostrar externamente o que est√° dentro dele ‚Äď seja no tom, na pintura ou em qualquer outro ramo da arte ‚Äď, a menos que mostre na superf√≠cie o que ele √©, o que a vida fez dele, qual √© o conte√ļdo essencial de sua mem√≥ria, ele n√£o poder√° ser um artista. Tampouco √© um verdadeiro artista aquele que √© acentuadamente inclinado a ser egotista em sua arte. Somente aqueles dispostos a se abrir para o mundo, os que se tornam um com seus semelhantes, os que desdobram o amor, s√£o capazes de unir esse desdobramento do amor intimamente a seu pr√≥prio ser. Altru√≠smo e egotismo se unem em uma √ļnica corrente. Confluem naturalmente e mais intimamente nas artes sonoras, mas tamb√©m nas artes pl√°sticas. E quando, por meio de um certo aprofundamento de nossas for√ßas de conhecimento, nos √© revelado como o homem est√° conectado a um mundo suprassens√≠vel, no que diz respeito ao passado e ao futuro, podemos tamb√©m dizer que o homem tem um antegosto presente desse v√≠nculo, no criar e fruir art√≠stico. Na verdade, a arte nunca adquire todo o seu valor se n√£o estiver, em certa medida, de acordo com a religi√£o. N√£o que tenha d
    • A humanidade realmente adquiriu a arte da vida religiosa. E Schiller tem raz√£o ao dizer: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ, que geralmente se encontra citado nos livros como ‚ÄúSomente atrav√©s da porta da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento.‚ÄĚ Se um artista comete um lapso, isso √© passado para a posteridade. A leitura certa, √© claro, √©: ‚ÄúSomente no alvorecer da beleza se avan√ßa para a terra do conhecimento‚ÄĚ. Em outras palavras: todo conhecimento vem por meio da arte. Fundamentalmente, n√£o h√° conhecimento que n√£o seja intimamente relacionado √† arte. √Č apenas o conhecimento ligado ao exterior, √† utilidade, que aparenta n√£o ter liga√ß√£o com a arte. Mas esse conhecimento s√≥ pode se estender ao que, no mundo, um mero lapidador saberia sobre pintura. Assim que na qu√≠mica ou na f√≠sica se vai al√©m ‚Äď estou falando figurativamente, mas voc√™ sabe o que quero dizer ‚Äď do que a mera retifica√ß√£o de cores implica, a ci√™ncia se torna arte. E quando o art√≠stico √© compreendido em sua natureza espiritual da maneira correta, ele gradualmente avan√ßa para o religioso. Arte, religi√£o e ci√™ncia eram uma coisa s√≥, e ainda √© poss√≠vel termos uma no√ß√£o de sua origem comum. Isso alcan√ßaremos apenas quando a civiliza√ß√£o e o desenvolvimento humano retornarem ao esp√≠rito; quando levarmos a s√©rio a rela√ß√£o existente entre o homem aqui, em sua exist√™ncia f√≠sica terrena, e o mundo espiritual. Devemos nos apropriar desse conhecimento sob os mais diversos pontos de vista.
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    • existence to our sight which cannot be reached by external
    • expression: that evil and real wickedness hardly exist, but
    • to deny its existence. How have we attempted to answer the
    • with that which exists in the world, in the way for example
    • world, where evil exists and the wicked reigns, this would be
    • rooted in the underground of the world and of human existence.
    • of existence. This is set out here solely in order to show to
    • circles of existence. And the world between death and rebirth
    • outer existence, in the acts and thoughts of the physical world
    • of existence, that a human can bring down what it necessarily
    • Other beings must also exist — and a glance onto the
    • beings must exist, which in the region, where humanity cannot
    • matter, based upon material existence, because the soul is
    • involved in a material existence. No, evil arises precisely
    • must lead us deep into the secrets of human existence, if one
    • appearance of the alpha and omega of world existence. But such
    • world existence which must be portrayed as evil — and
    • divine spirit existence, that our soul was within a divine-
    • spiritual existence, and that the divine existence from a
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 1: Popular Occultism, Introtroduction
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    • muscles, bones and nerves exist in the physical body, there are also
    • Seen from the outside, the astral body does not exist at all as far
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • which existed in the Middle Ages! The religious yearning may suddenly
    • indicated above. For everything which exists in the physical world as
    • quite well that there exists a Spirit of the Sun.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • man grows conscious of the astral world. Nevertheless there exists in
    • This new state of existence is called life in Kamaloca.
    • of the physical body, but now it is free and exists in the form of consciousness.
    • continues to exist, whereas the organs no longer exist. The soul yearns
    • This state of existence
    • the Kamaloca-existence takes up about one third of the duration of earthly
    • it enters the Devachan state of existence.
    • is a far more real state of existence than earthly life.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 4: The Devachanic World
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    • a vacuum, existing in the first region of Devachan. This constitutes,
    • to his own body. He learns to compare his physical existence in a selfless
    • way with every other form of physical existence. With every incarnation
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • only existed as a germ. He took it along until the next incarnation.
    • his further states of existence.
    • which he took in during his Kamaloca existence, everything engraved upon
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 6: Man's Return to a New Earthly Life
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    • to live for a time in an existence of its own and then it is absorbed by
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 8: The Evolution of Man and of the Solar System; the Atlantic Evolution
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    • which exists since the time of St. John, the author of the Gospel of
    • “Akasha Chronicle”.]. Atlantis always existed
    • was adapted to the conditions of the earth which existed at that time,
    • being existed even at that time. This leads us to the relationship of
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • It was the same connection which now exists during sleep: the soul was
    • were one body, and everything which now exists in the form of human
    • a kind of plant-existence. Animal forms and human forms arose much later,
    • for at that time everything still stood at one stage of planned-existence.
    • aspect, the whole process of development exists for the sake of man.
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • be paid to a being who really exists. But death has no reality, death is only the outer limit of
    • human being as the spiritual. But it existed in a — I beg you not to misunderstand the word
    • and not to confuse it with usual dreaming — it existed in a dreamlike, dim way, so that
    • oriental was well aware that his being existed before birth, that it returns through death to the
    • spiritual world in which it existed before birth or conception. The oriental gazed on that which
    • is still spoken of there as a reality, and the existence of the external world, in the way one
    • which, for the external existence of time and space, is a nothing but which, nevertheless, is
    • organism in such a way that it can exist in harmony before their eyes. This, however, can only
    • inauguration of this World Fellowship of Schools when the idea of it already exists. It is simply
    • portray the striving of an idea to attain existence in reality. For it is not always that it
    • producing what does not already exist, but by forming out of his own inner strength that
    • varieties of supersensible ideas; the sum-total of existence, more or less, is the object of
    • nothing existing in itself, and thus cannot receive anything, no payment can be paid to it.
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • life, are emerging ever more strongly from the depths of existence. On the one side we have the
    • distortion exists, which occurred with the inundation of the East through Peter the Great
    • longer existed. But the economic connections remained intact.
    • all individual phenomena, how this, let us say historical threefoldness, really does exist; in
    • — are actually the bearers of premature existences of this kind which, through
    • conception and birth, we come into physical existence — and to turn human beings more or
    • allow themselves to be convinced a little of the existence of the causes!
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 3: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 2
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    • differentiation that exists among the peoples of the present civilized world. I indicated how the
    • existed in Greece, primarily as artistic beauty but also as a certain insight; and how already in
    • the modern anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science, everything that exists in Western
    • science, there remained, as an external appendage, leading an abstract existence of its own, what
    • entering into an existence before birth or after death. Nor can its justification be found
    • it is all permeated with coquetry, one nevertheless sees how the whole nature of his existence
    • unreality of Puritanism, exists only in the form of natural science. In the Centre we have had an
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • threefold social order does not yet exist but Goethe gives the form he would like to ascribe to
    • an economic life which, whether existing alone or mixed with the other limbs of the social
    • intimate context what exists in a less refined form in external culture at large. A crude
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    • idea of what had previously existed as a longing for knowledge.
    • What then is needed here? It is that which exists
    • importance were the abilities, the forces, brought by the human being into physical existence
    • that you were born, that you exist, is not what matters!' This did not interest him. It was the
    • birth certificate or the christening certificate that had to exist; that was the important thing.
    • when existence before birth had been forgotten a recognition of the life before birth still lived
    • these really must exist in an anthroposophically-oriented spiritual science. For this reason such
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 5
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    • still strong remnants of this old clairvoyant condition of humanity existing at the time of the
    • the earth, there were still strong remnants of the ancient clairvoyance existing in many people.
    • particular characteristic of the ancient oriental peoples and existed essentially in its last
    • look at the immense difference that exists between the whole social structure of the Middle Ages,
    • to many difficult conditions. Take the fact that the existing accounts concerning the Mystery of
    • accounts, as they existed, come into the hands of the faithful. Thus the strict forbiddance for
    • of the belief in authority than exists among those who accept modern official science as the
    • still exist. Human beings can still just about understand it. They set down this understanding in
    • threateningly since only a kind of rhythmic balance existed between revelation and reason. What
    • This also signifies something of immense profundity. And when the decadent element existing in
    • idealistic philosophy of Central Europe. It has ceased to exist since the middle of the
    • Schelling, Hegel — in reality no longer exists in public life. And when it tries to assert
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 7: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 6
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    • man be able to raise himself to an existence worthy of the human being: that he should be able to
    • existence through conception and birth, in a spiritual world. He knew that he brought with him
    • physical existence. To be aware theoretically that one has passed through a spiritual life of
    • worthlessness of human existence. This will arise more and more: that the human being will feel
    • his existence to be worthless if he cannot feel it to be anything other than the sum total of
    • physical existence.
    • to say to himself: 'It is true that, during earth-existence, I cannot attain spirit-self in my
    • still in earthly existence. I must prepare myself, in germ, inwardly so that in the future I
    • nature that, during the period of earth-existence, they cannot emerge fully. These states of
    • between his dwarf-like existence on earth and the experience that lights up within him of himself
    • has ever arisen in earth-existence; the disharmony between the human being's feeling as an
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    • were, out of nothing and attains a perceptible existence. Thus people speak
    • Picture to yourselves that when we enter physical existence we are born
    • physical existence is dependent on preceding causes, on what took place
    • ‘When I enter physical existence, and during my education, I
    • existence. Just as, in the second half of our life, our life is a kind of
    • erosion of our physical existence, so there must occur, between death and a
    • Science prepare themselves to appear in earthly existence again as soon as
    • Earth-existence busy, themselves with something which has a significance
  • Title: "Heaven and Earth will pass away but my words will not pass away"
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    • Jupiter begins to exist, these Spirits of Personality advance to the
    • impossible to exist upon such a Jupiter, for the hidden Saturn man
    • equivalent to our vegetable kingdom shall come into existence,
    • Saturn man in you the mineral Jupiter comes into existence. So true is
    • exists of this parent fowl but a tiny germ within the egg — so
    • nothing exists upon the earth as a basis for the future Jupiter than
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture I: Tree of Life - I
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    • problems, the existence of which we hardly guessed before, first
    • conception upon this greatest riddle of man's earthly existence, nor
    • natural, has made use of already existing ideas in asking itself:
    • philosophy which existed at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha could
    • existed in many, many shades and nuances, and these sought in their
    • sufficiently to grasp in them the living life existing in the Mystery
    • There exists in Europe a legend
    • characteristic feature is not that this legend exists, but that it
    • The very great difference that exists
    • remark the very great difference that exists between the two Creation
    • ask this. In a certain respect they no longer exist as nations, but
    • what they possessed as life exists, exists somewhat in the following
    • France, somewhat more of the original population exists,
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    • of the different one-sided elements in world-existence in order to
    • finely spiritualised existence.
    • which exists under the present ‘normal’
    • circumstances, where Lucifer works within our existence.
    • exists: Ahriman experiences in our physical body Lucifer's
    • world under the circumstances of our earthly existence. But the
    • really gained in the sphere of existence which we know to be assigned
    • weave, but we live and weave and have our existence in Ahriman's
    • impossibility of arriving at the basis of existence, rests upon the
    • experiences, since this exists by virtue of what Lucifer has effected
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    • expressed exists in a high degree. At least the consciousness exists
    • general not much consciousness exists there of these living, forming
    • longing for the Moon existence. They were out of place, they were not
    • at home in the existing evolution; they felt themselves to be
    • compared with what had already existed in Western civilisation till
    • Mysteries were still in existence at that time, but the feeling
    • existed for only a short time, and, like a shadow of the old times,
    • schools were still in existence; in these was taught the old
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture IV: Harmonizing Thinking, Feeling and Willing
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    • made this step of sharing in the Moon existence, they are now going
    • through, in as much as they take part in our earthly existence. They
    • willing from the outer cosmic existence. They confine this feeling
    • and existence it remains unknown, does not enter the consciousness.
    • two worlds for him; the world of the existing order and the world of
    • however, during Earth-existence, they wish to do what they did not do
    • Moon-existence and attribute the whole earthly sense world to
    • everything that exists and works and grows, appears upon the
    • foundation of the old Moon existence.
    • of thought. We should feel in connection with the past existing in
    • the shining Moon-existence a curtain, a veil, because at that time he
    • omitted to unite himself with the Sun-existence. And he deceives us
    • in us from the Old Moon-existence — that is from
    • the eternally new Moon-existence is our thought-content, which is
    • go through the world, our senses turned outwards to sense-existence,
    • shone upon by the ancient Sun and Moon-existence. And this would
    • we can say: Lucifer through his existence shuts us off from the
    • Moon behind the ordinary sense-existence, so he ought to see behind
    • should know that what we call existence is not something that
    • contains existence, but rather something out of which existence has
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    • makes for himself, never a word is to be found about the existence of
    • worm-existence can give the assurance that nothing at all in this
    • Moon-existence) and Space (during the Earth-existence) first entered
    • Earth-existence, and Time has actually only become meaningful since
    • existence which is surrounded by the cosmos; we have an Old
    • Sun-existence, again surrounded by the cosmos; we have an Old
    • Moon-existence but already developing out of it a sort of
    • existence as Earth. That is to say, we were left behind on the Earth
    • certain role in the whole state of our earth existence, is the idea
    • they were inwardly united with the whole human existence. There the
    • Sun-existence; he says: ‘I Sun.’ That
    • Sun-existence. Although the first rudiments of our sense-organs had
    • the Sun-existence wished to possess anything. He does not behold
    • exists in the evolution of humanity a peculiar longing. Wherever in
    • that there lives in man's existence the longing to rise above this
    • succession of events in our space and time existence, or, if they
    • for Lucifer. The ancient Moon-existence endures and so also do things
    • existence when the Jupiter and Venus conditions are one day there.
    • like physical orders. For that is a part of Maya-existence, of
    • profoundly important foundations of our whole earth-existence. For do
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    • developed from the time of the Sun-existence and through the Moon and
    • Earth-existence. Thus, there remains, as it were, outside this
    • established him in earthly existence, he has led him out of himself.
    • Moon-existence, and in this thinking would apprehend what the
    • earth-existence. One cannot escape them but can only come to the
    • existence. For the fact that man today can at any time bring thoughts
    • progressive Saturn-Sun-Moon existence. But how is it with what
    • the physical body. It is truly the case that the Real exists
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    • existence of an ancient ancestor who had founded the tribal
    • fragments in which we read that in all material existence there
    • only in the metamorphoses of pre-earthly existence. The Earth
    • mystery of existence be fathomed. But neither Dionysius the
    • mysteries of world existence.
    • forces of the Sun. Things visible exist not through the Father
    • pre-earthly existence.
    • existence; now you are to revere the principle that is
    • creative in earthly existence. And this must be done through
    • men did not look upon their existence as earthly, but as an
    • existence within the kingdom of the Spirit after
    • beings continue to come into existence through propagation. But
    • which it exists today. It is going to pieces, falling into
  • Title: Lecture: Philosophy and Anthroposophy
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    • cognitional process and an anthroposophical knowledge exist, habits of
    • absolute, and not as something which was bound to come into existence,
    • says: there exists a certain fund of supersensible truth, a store of wisdom
    • whether the thing-in-itself has any existence in space, time, or causality.
    • which pronounces the latter to exist only in the soul; but since reality is
    • pre-existent to all operation and life of the form in the single thing;
    • Universalia in re: the essential forms existent in the things.
    • a “representation” of universally existent real forms
    • in the things, thanks to their having previously existed as universalia
    • spiritual form of existence must be attributed to the universal essences
    • depths of a genuine thought-method was clearly in existence, and, had this
    • existence, void of content as far as the single, individual things of the
    • subjective notions, but are found to exist objectively in the things, it
    • matter of complete indifference to any existing circle or sphere whether
    • experience around me. The latter exists in its own accord irrespective of
  • 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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    • comes to visibility at puberty. The difference that exists between male and
    • there still exists in man after death a kind of recollection TIT is no more
    • what has preceded the child's earthly existence.
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  • 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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    • to go to sleep. The connection which exists in us between etheric body and
  • Title: Social Understanding: Lecture II: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • knowledge and man's everyday existence. Something similar, though, can be
    • into material existence so that material existence can be understood and
    • they despise material existence instead of understanding it and looking for
    • speak of material existence and supersensible existence they usually speak
    • of them as though material existence were spread out in the world and as
    • though supersensible, non-perceptible existence were somewhere behind or
    • above this. If you imagine you simply have physical-perceptible existence
    • on the one hand and supersensible existence on the other, you will never
    • and such a way people would be able to lead a social existence.
    • who happens to be a tailor will ask you how his existence as a tailor is
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture I: Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • significant climax in his existence. It was then that Gautama became what
  • Title: Buddha and the Two Boys: Lecture II: The Gospels, Buddha and the Two Boys of Jesus
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    • when it is seen — like another body, which exists as a
  • Title: Lecture: Art As A Bridge Between The Sensible And The Supersensible
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    • existing in our time between the leading classes and social ranks and the
    • persisted, though it has existed more in terms of the external aspects of
    • the sort exists in nature, he then considers what art portrays as having
    • dead hears of speech and sees in the way of forms that exist for the
    • purpose that exists for the human beings of the future. We must strive
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    • existed until now of Rudolf Steiner's lecture on Raphael ... perhaps my
    • to think of yourself as the centre of this eternally existing
    • spiritual in the world — this did not exist in the same measure
    • use of their bodily organs, the spiritual secrets of existence
    • did not exist in those older times. The human being beheld
    • the outer world in sensing the riddles of existence, but to
    • We have the impression that two distinct worlds coexisted in
    • human being as having an existence over and above the lower
    • spiritual science the human being existed before the animal,
    • in natural existence, we can come to feel how something must be
    • circumference and does not express the secrets of existence in
    • that fire with it into physical existence that we perceive at
    • approaching the secrets of existence presents itself to us in
    • will some day no longer exist. But, do the originals not still
    • exist in other realms?
    • secrets of existence spoke to the eyes of human beings. The age
    • guide in going through earthly existence in ever new epochs. It
  • Title: Leonardo's Spiritual Stature: Lecture
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    • execution. — The drawing still exists in which he
    • Drawings by him exist in which he sketched a particular feature
    • understood on the basis of the existing lighting, but not the
    • enters into existence with an inner spiritual estate deriving
    • earlier existence, belonged among those initiates who had
    • how this is to be brought to consciousness in a new existence
    • had assimilated in an earlier existence of inner thoughts,
    • natural scientific worldview does not yet exist. He stands
    • contemplation, immersed in the secrets of existence. We
    • what he felt to be the primal foundation of existence, capable
    • him! How does it stand with the economy of existence, if we
    • comes into existence externally? How meaningless and pointless
    • being stands within supersensible existence. We can say, such
    • supersensible existence, while what they leave to the world is
    • the sensible and the supersensible. The existence of such souls
    • accept the existence of a supersensible realm in which they are
    • supersensible existence. We can then say to ourselves: We
    • soul had to undergo, in that “Leonardo existence,”
    • existence mysteriously, having something of greater importance
    • cosmic existence — but alone, forsaken, not understood,
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    • the sources of existence, in having something to communicate of
    • background of existence. Though apparently similar to
    • existence, such as we face in external life in being helplessly
    • itself existentially, the soul has now to unite itself with the
    • inherently is, the whole way it is attuned to existence.
    • a purely spiritual existence between falling asleep and waking
    • the urge to reach either for an existing fairy tale, for
    • The human soul felt a kinship with spiritual existence. Without
    • a kind of “Moon” existence before beginning its
    • “Earth” existence, and prior to this a kind of
    • “Sun” existence. Thus, we may speak of a
    • Sun-existence, a planetary predecessor existence of our
    • Earth-existence, as having been present in a primeval
    • those existed that had developed to the stage of the
    • experiences the fact that it has undergone an existence,
    • in sleep, it leads an existence in direct connection with
    • human being is thus related to the sun-existence. Indeed,
    • an unspoilt way with the whole of existence, with the whole of
    • rooted in the depths of existence.
    • roots of existence to act upon it. As the child still has to
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  • Title: The Worldview of Herman Grimm in Relation to Spiritual Science
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    • exist concerning this Greek age, but these are insufficient to
    • comparable to what is contained in the existing documents.
    • “With what existential joy did this human being stand in
    • words: With what existential joy did Herman Grimm stand in
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    • oriental imperialism as it once existed is not recognized. However,
    • did not exist for the people of the ancient orient. Everything
    • The concept of a really existing godly empire,
    • Therewith royal dignity became a symbol, so that what existed here on
    • eleventh and twelfth centuries in Europe the consciousness existed
    • Of all the things which once existed, only
    • relation which existed between the symbol and reality. So the
    • world. That means that spiritual reality must exist alongside
    • as something real, super-sensible, invisible, but which exists,
    • on earth. For in that empire a reality must exist: “My kingdom
    • the kingdom of Christ will propagate, there will exist much that has
    • become platitude. Therefore the responsibility exists to fill the
  • Title: Imperialism: Lecture 2
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    • that is, into something existing yet illusional, then the new reality
    • exist that prevent the illusions from being seen through so thoroughly,
    • to exist because no sense could be found behind the symbols. And the
    • the people; but in Germany a name existed which presumed that the
    • a talent for cultivating platitudes existed and on the other hand for
    • exist in Central Europe. And in order to understand what happened in
    • of the present. The state of affairs which existed beneath the
    • cherished, is the state of affairs which exists today in reality.
    • substantial content of what actually exists within these lodges, for
    • happens? What is basically already in existence? An independent
    • for physical existence, then we are prostituting our reason, then we
    • serious names for what really existed could not be found. And that's
    • existing in public life today. And do you know the title of this
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    • no longer exists, the professions continue to exist. The people
    • can hardly be considered as existing during the first stage. And the
    • described really existed. But if one only saw an image of the
    • state which exists here on earth, but which is really an image of
    • imperialism exists. People observe things very superficially. When
    • green,” which presupposes that a relationship exists between
    • Catholic Church is a relic, a shadow-image of what existed in the
    • You know that a great enmity existed between
    • is a shadow-image of what once existed and no longer has meaning, it
    • boundaries which exist as the result of the war [First World War
    • exists and it will continue to exist forever. It's as though I have
    • we create must of necessity also cease to exist, because the death
    • exist forever, do not consider being permanent. Of course under the
    • obligation exists to allow one's own spiritual substance to flow into
    • spoken, the responsibility exists to introduce true spirituality into
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Natural Science
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    • quite somewhere else, but this doesn't exist; we have developed
    • experience of how phenomena already exist within the laws of
    • existence through inner examination just as one is able to
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    • bridge to a trans-subjective reality existing outside human
    • but exist in what the sense world presented to them, simply
    • “becoming” to “existence.” He arrives
    • — nothing — becoming — existence.
    • existence to the spiritual world.
    • arise in natural existence. We see the inclination to the
    • it leads to a shadowed existence because it didn't manifest
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    • situation of the economic life existing in the civilised world
    • such a situation doesn't exist, in which the economic life
    • discovering and understanding: real problems exist here,
    • according to today's relationships, still existed in pure
    • What exists externally as an arrangement simply comes from the
    • in Ernst Muller. People don't recognise what exists when one
  • Title: Impulse for Renewal: Lecture VI: Anthroposophy and Theology
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    • less exists as an elementary inner soul experience — we
    • experience, as an independent experience, exists beside the
    • time in which the Christ event took place there still existed
    • than simply to express what exists and is available through
  • Title: Impulse of Renewal: Lecture VII: Anthroposophy and the Science of Speech
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    • existed when it was quite clearly and inwardly experienced, not
    • understand that human evolution already existed as a deep
    • really existed and how the life of speech played its part.
    • existed which I would like to call the experience of the
    • sympathies and antipathies within their most inner existence
    • character than what exists in civilisation's current language;
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 1
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    • But a center must exist from out of which this deepening
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • world and delights in its own existence and the warmth of its
    • existence — that all that is divine-spiritual revelation.
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • The undulating existential words:
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • The undulating existential words:
    • existence must be fathomed from all that acts and works in the
    • he will also have to use on that other existential journey
    • earthly existence between birth and death — and the
    • spiritual fields, a yawning abyss exists, cannot achieve true
    • exists as a warning at the yawning abyss of the secrets of
    • to recognize the ground of existence in knowledge.
    • Obstacles to spiritual knowledge, my dear friends, have existed
    • cannot. And existence cannot be comprehended by thinking with
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • The undulating existential words:
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    • Delight in the warm glow of their existence;
    • Your bodily existence from earth and air and light:
    • Before him lie the far-spread fields of sense-existence,
    • Hard by the yawning chasm of existence,
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • Weave the mighty existential words:
    • obtain on this side of the threshold of spiritual existence,
    • pre-earthly existence. Just as you imagine, dear friends, that
    • human being entered into earthly existence. Then it becomes a
    • soul's being. By entering into an earthly existence we have
    • pre-earthly existence. The Greeks felt that vitality, as did
    • Before earthly existence.
    • bodies from us during our earthly existence and therewith take
    • Before earthly existence.
    • Before earthly existence.
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    • Who experience existence in light,
    • Weave the mighty existential words:
    • existence with their senses. Rather should one say: When even
    • into the presently existing universe. It disperses, as it were,
    • exist in mediation. When it is there we can see what the will's
    • Before earthly existence.
    • Only our I, selfhood, does not wish to enter real existence. It
    • guide us back to pre-earthly existence - where feeling
    • themselves in joy of existence;
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    • we see it in this way, the School's existence will give us the
    • present in the Ancient Moon organism could not have existed had
    • exist, I would not be thinking today. My hand is only necessary
    • for my present earthly existence. The tree is necessary in
    • causes in us, we should remember: something exists in us,
    • Selfhood can selflessly exist
    • Selfhood can selflessly exist,
    • Selfhood can selflessly exist,
    • Before your earthly existence.
    • and lift ourselves up in flame, the other verse exists -
    • Selfhood can selflessly exist,
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    • of the abyss which exists between himself and nature: something
    • exist.
    • in which we exist as earthly beings. Whereas we always carry
    • mere indication that he exists. For spiritual consciousness
    • existence wish to rend human beings from the earth and
    • on the earth, you can exist in the rays of the sun, then you
    • existence worthy of humanity. And he will know why such a
    • without knowing that this enticement exists within the desire
    • and death exists. It contains the vivifying oxygen; it contains
    • Once again: if one wishes to realize what exists in
    • oxygen-spirits, what exists in the life-element when one wishes
    • stimulated to inner courageous activity, the danger exists that
    • those spiritual powers to whom we owe our existence, and
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    • deep relationship to that world exists within him.
    • which exist outside of ourselves. We do not consider what is
    • elements exist, and it pertains to esoteric life to be aware of
    • existing outside of us. When, however, we recognize the
    • the plants, animals and minerals exist outside of us, are
    • is like this: when we become aware that our human form exists
    • the danger exists that we sink into animal nature. And when we
    • in this abstract thinking existing as a kind of tenuous
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    • earnestness. For a distinction exists between the
    • one, the feeling one, the willing one, which exist in every
    • existence.
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    • the spiritual world. This anthroposophical movement exists not
    • because people like it to exist but because the spiritual
    • in fact a free cooperation exists between the School's
    • dear friends, my dear sisters and brothers, there exists no
    • between birth and death, during his earthly existence, he is
    • surrounds us in earthly existence the primal source of humanity
    • feeling and willing are conjoined in physical existence.
    • (red) extends into feeling. So, in earthly existence the Three
    • We stand here on the earth in our earthly existence: we feel
    • earthly existence: that is my heart. We speak of the moon: that
    • thoughts do not live. They lived in pre-earthly existence. They
    • existed within us.
    • applies to human earthly existence, but now no longer behind,
    • thinking, a thinking which directly grasps earthly existence.
    • grasps earthly existence through the limbs in order that in
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    • How earth forces support your existence.
    • How the powers of the air nurture your existence.
    • are freed from physical existence, it is as though our thinking
    • your existence.
    • nurture your existence.
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    • gradually rise above our earthly existence to an experience of
    • reference to this common sense where a touchstone exists
    • existence. Perhaps they do not know much more than that they
    • blind people in the darkness of earthly existence, [white arc];
    • to the spiritual being, then yes, then the stimulation exists
    • from pre-earthly existence, from life between death and a new
    • pre-earthly existence.
    • are transported to the beginning of earthly existence. And what
    • existence.
    • existence.
    • am becomes clear to me when my earlier earthly existence
    • in me from the previous earthly existence into the present one
    • makes me into a human being, engenders me as an existing human
    • only to be in the ordinary world of physical existence —
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    • Much old karmic residue may exist to be worked out which
    • that existed in the Mysteries in the past when they
    • would not exist if the star-filled sky did not arch above us.
    • During the times when such clairvoyance existed, people
    • of what exists in the far reaches of space than do the
    • spiritual world exists. I am describing, my dear sisters and
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    • been said that understanding must exist for true spiritual
    • Recalls you to cosmic existence.
    • calls you to cosmic existence:
    • being thought. And it, our I, exists as a thought by a being
    • line] this I-thought is a real thought. We exist in that we are
    • the spiritual existence we receive from him as a gift comes
    • that what exists in us on earth as will is taken out to the
    • calls you to cosmic existence:
    • calls you to cosmic existence:
    • But the Self does not exist in relation to an external
    • true I exists in the same realms as these beings of the higher
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    • calls you to cosmic existence:
    • legs, that the physical legs exist for walking.
    • stages of earthly existence.
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    • these four elements have ceased to exist. The earth is no
    • must be that way in every legitimately existing esoteric
    • awakened you? — awakened you to existence.
    • physical earthly existence, but also not to carry it over to
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    • and we say: this mineral essence also exists in us. We have
    • salt in us in which the mineral element exists, and which
    • that in the physical existence within the boundaries of our
    • An exactness exists in these mantric verses.
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    • short time the School has existed, sixteen members already
    • existence speaking to us.
    • existence, the threshold to the spiritual world, appears
    • world, we cannot cross over the abyss of existence into the
    • existence, they have also shown us what our souls will feel
    • stands before the abyss of existence; now we are already
    • plant-like existence to sentient-feeling
    • existence.
    • plant-like existence, warmth is present. Warmth is
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    • Man's path to the abyss of existence, at which the Guardian of
    • The human being beyond the threshold of existence, where the
    • it only beyond the threshold of existence, once we have heard the
    • floods of color in order that what exists here on the earth as
    • earthly life are awakened to existence by the beings of the
    • resurrecting world comes into existence through the workings of
    • We waken it to existence;
    • We awaken it to existence;
    • We awaken it to existence;
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    • We waken it to existence;
    • Nothing we have wasted on the non-existent. And beings —
    • experience down below. Now beyond the abyss of existence all that
    • This is the world, existing in the holy words of
    • pre-earthly existence in the spiritual world. But he didn't
    • understand the connection between his earthly existence and that
    • existence which shone into his clairvoyant dreams. But the
    • experiencing the memories of pre-earthly existence.
    • existence has been extinguished. Initiates cannot explain the
    • connection between earthly life and pre-earthly existence,
    • pre-earthly existence. Such an explanation is not possible
    • because the cosmic memory no longer exists.
    • a person enters heavenly existence through the gate of death, and
    • human being crosses the abyss of existence. And let us also
    • of existence, resonated:
  • Title: First Class, Vol. II: Lesson 19
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    • does not exist in German or English. Here Rudolf Steiner
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XX (recapitulation)
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    • that fact that since the short existence of this School in
    • existence: O man, know thyself! Yes, this desire must awaken.
    • grows and exists and lives around us in the kingdoms of nature.
    • existence in the realms of night-cloaked, black darkness; that
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Warm themselves in joy of existence;
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • The undulating existential words:
    • before the terrible abyss of existence from the mouth of the
    • Who experience existence in light,
    • The undulating existential words:
    • to the yawning abyss of existence, the Guardian of the
    • departure. There exists everything before the soul that all
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    • night-cloaked darkness. But the hope exists that in order to
    • completely enmesh us in earthly existence, then we will feel
    • Before earthly existence was the soul's,
    • Before earthly existence was the soul's,
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXII (recapitulation)
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    • In you exist the cosmic-psychic forces;
    • In you exist the cosmic-psychic forces;
    • In you exist the cosmic-psychic forces;
    • In you exist the cosmic-psychic forces;
    • rightfully existent Michael-School penetrates our soul, then we
    • burn it. What is communicated here in the rightfully existing
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXIII (recapitulation)
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    • How earthly forces support you in existence.
    • coherence of our existence. Just as the water element shapes
    • How powers of air are your caregivers in existence.
    • are our true helpers in physical existence. The Guardian of the
    • How fire-powers are helpers in your existence.
    • How earthly forces support you in existence.
    • How powers of air are your caregivers in existence.
    • How fire-powers are helpers in your existence.
    • (which means: make yourself existent)
    • Every moment our spiritual existence is a creation of our Self.
    • At every moment our spiritual existence is a creation of our
    • natural and spiritual existence. But now the phrase: “O
    • How earthly forces support you in existence.
    • How powers of air are your caregivers in existence.
    • How fire-powers are helpers in your existence.
    • should even the hint of bureaucracy exist. Everything must be
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    • descended to physical-sensory existence. He showed us how our
    • body, in earthly existence, is a coffin for the deceased living
    • the spiritualized person must have existed beforehand in what
    • existence.
    • conscious that we live a plant-like existence in our earthly
    • physical existence. Then, when we have willingly descended into
    • earthly existence. We must learn to remember our existence
    • before we descended to earthly existence. 
    • find support for experiencing existence in thought.
    • exists in the world's life. But if we only retain it by
  • Title: First Class Lessons: Lesson XXV (recapitulation)
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    • us look, my dear sisters and brothers, at our human existence
    • our human earthly existence. If we want to carry out something
    • feeling is darker and less clear. We are closer to existence in
    • existence is warmth, which is fire when our own will meets us
    • dear friends, when we are standing here in earthly existence
    • form of thoughts during earthly existence. 
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    • inspired and guided by Michael. It therefore rightfully exists
    • fact that this Esoteric School exists under the direct force of
    • existing esoteric school. And the earnestness from this
    • exist in the necessary degree.
    • only world in sensory earthly existence.
    • existence, and to which we must continually return, into which
    • earthly existences.
    • world lives in our feeling. The world's existence is within
    • his body lives at first in his half-existence. The human being
    • existence from the spiritual world, our etheric body has been
    • existing School. His presence is confirmed by his sign, which
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture I: The True Form of the Social Question
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    • possibility exists for the understanding, the mutual
    • instinct existed. Now the basis of the social movement is class
    • existed in earlier times lost the impact and human
    • not centralised but exist beside one another and work freely
    • structure of the social organism. The two systems need to exist
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    • — needs to pay attention to the existence of three
    • exists, what the tissues could be and so on! Recently a book
    • must come into existence first — in as far as it must be
    • laws of human sense and nerve existence but the spiritual life
    • which needs to exist for humanity to relates and regulates the
    • outer world, the second system which must exist in the social
    • exist in our production line also, under the production line
    • system must exist and that is the relationship between one
    • pointed out how many variations exist in the amount of human
    • In the spiritual sphere, where again it has to exist
    • cannons and such like, or offer nothing through existing
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • thinking and willing. One could say an abyss exists between
    • existence.
    • of existence of a class of people show what is important
    • future social structure, but in it exist a real criticism of
    • being directed to a return to the spirit but that spirit exists
    • reality but exist in lifeless abstraction. Still, we have
    • belief exists. This belief however, can just as easily steer
    • exist in the modern proletarian view of life is such that they
    • say: ‘The only thing that exists in the spiritual realm is
    • ideology. Reality only exists in economy, in financial
    • exists.’ However, something steams up in the human soul, it
    • swear words of an old Roman writer. Such things really exist as
    • which exists in certain areas, it is certainly important, but
    • Spiritual life must exist in a relative independent way, must
    • exists the circulation of goods. The modern Proletarian has
    • organisation but that the economy determines, the existence of
    • then, when these three members exists side by side, when you
    • empire state a certain representation of nations exist, only in
    • economic impulses existing in this representation. This
    • political life to exist side by side and so solve the labour
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture IV: The Evolution of Social Thinking and Willing and Life's Circumstances for Current Humanity
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    • existence of this abyss which makes it so difficult for an
    • existence in confrontation. The essential fact in this fight,
    • own existence, that they both work adjacent to one another and
    • still existed in state life within these associations has to be
    • coalitions which essentially exist on the understanding of the
    • spiritual member which exists relatively independently, and
    • where not classes of people, layers of people exist as members
    • life of future humanity will have to exist, that in each
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture V: The Social Will as the Basis Towards a New, Scientific Procedure
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    • creative powers of natural existence.
    • dignity. There existed a connection between what a person was
    • through their purely outward existence, predestined to take
    • state, today, has always existed in this way. That is
    • if, despite economic life, there would exist a foundation which
    • biggest variables within the economic area which exist in
    • struggled with the logic within the contradiction which exist
    • political system exists, which has to permeate everything
    • solved. No, the social question exists as something which has
    • question as something existentialistic. In my youth, I became
    • basis of the purely democratic state, that a link exists
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • life give us what our human existence is worth? Why have we
    • existence? How can we acquire a dignified human existence?’
    • the economic life strived for a dignified existence and on the
    • life that it exists in the production, circulation and
    • existence, which is lived through in recent times as an
    • exists: only we are not inclined today to examine this
    • admit that a single centralized system exists in the human
    • existed in many areas between the economic life and political
    • labour law can come into existence. What will happen then?
    • inner connections exist between the spiritual life in the
    • coexistence with the leaders to what degree his work, through
    • foundation. That strange relationship which exists between the
    • that it only exists in the economic process, is how the capital
    • acknowledged that everywhere where such a longing exists, this
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    • the depths of existence with a light as radiant and clear as that of
    • more than a mere adjunct to existence, was indeed the most essential
    • world, a revelation by which the threads of existence are elucidated
    • existed in Egypt, Chaldea, Greece and many other regions. As centres
    • artist, Richard Wagner recognised and knew of their existence.
    • admit the existence of a continent there in the far past — a
    • to the struggle for existence.
    • they did not live a physical existence.
    • brotherhood into the struggle for existence among human kind. The
    • existence. — Such is the deeper truth underlying the myth of the
    • whose mission is to proclaim the mysteries of existence is so sublime
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    • says something like this: Plato did not admit the existence of a
    • the tradition which exists in regard to Plotinus — the so-called
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • remnants of the ancient wisdom still existed in Roman civilisation.
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    • passes through in his pre-earthly existence, when he is on the
    • marks the midnight hour of human existence between death and a
    • the occurrences, exist those real entities which are actually
    • memories of the pre-earthly existence. This experience emerges
    • real idealism exists only when the human being can be conscious
    • something exists other than merely the language. The language
    • to the higher existence — then does the real Community
    • Anthroposophical community life. On the one hand, there exists
    • him. Inner spiritual reasons are there existent. This must come
    • foundations out of existence. We must inform ourselves as to
    • the prerequisites for their existence now that they are here.
    • taking into itself the foundations which have existed since
    • 1919. Otherwise, those foundations have come into existence
    • the case, since they do exist. The questions are of the utmost
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    • many societies in the world which base their existence upon an
    • world — there exists the very greatest possibility that
    • Anthroposophical Society existed, it is likely that there would
    • existence of a society such as ours was up to 1918. But this
    • the Anthroposophical Society existed, after all, and had
    • about? It came into existence through the fact that a number of
    • that which then existed in a restricted sense for Anthroposophy
    • in the Anthroposophical Society — did not yet exist. What
    • exist for me but for the Anthroposophists.
    • Naturally, there existed a necessity that all this became what
    • life. Thus, these cycles existed. As regards these cycles the
    • again and again. In the special fields, there already existed
    • School even if there had never existed an Anthroposophical
    • of lectures shows us that the human being as such cannot exist
    • existence the cosmic ritual in which
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 1: Evolution and Consciousness, Lucifer, Ahriman
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    • ancestor felt that he could not exist apart from the
    • of the existing world. In ordinary life we are not aware
    • be bound up with the existing world; he knew that this
    • existing world contained more than just abstract forces
    • impulses similar to those that existed in pre-earthly
    • the ancient Egyptians and Chaldeans felt to exist between
    • course taken by the world that exists outside us. Those
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
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    • If you want to show up the clear difference which exists
    • Something quite special exists therefore for this Central
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    • consideration of things that existed during the past in
    • separate spiritual world. The spiritual world existed in
    • of the past, things that existed in historical and
    • exist side be side with the earthly realm, one that has
    • created among humans were a symbol of what existed in the
    • ideas until quite recent times. After all there existed
    • existed at the first stage of empire development now held
    • in our external life, exist because they once had
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    • specifically human, and all the aptitudes that exist
    • of this kind that exists within the whole animal kingdom,
    • exists between nature as she actually is now and the
    • thinking, the existence we had before birth influences
    • something new has come into existence. To whom do these
    • afraid of is that there is such a thing as pre-existence
    • to its true form when the pre-existence concept, of a
    • tremendous difference which exists between true
    • exists. According to it the faithful must regard their
    • that really exists and has also been quoted in many other
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 5: How the Material Can Be Understood Only through the Spirit
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    • that have become flesh. The same directions exist in a
    • established in the work of many years really exists.
    • situation that exists for the whole of civilization. The
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 6: Materialism and Mysticism, Knowledge as a Deed of the Soul
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    • aims are merely to prove the material existence of the
    • right to exist in its one-sidedness as materialism has,
    • existence on the star in question. In the same way, if
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 7: Materialism, Mysticism, Anthroposophy, Liberalism, Conservatism
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    • understood that all that exists in the outside world is
    • just as it does not exist in a rainbow. Everything
    • physicists know that the radium which existed on the
    • may be said that all the parties that now exist are
    • thing exists, however, and the question is why it exists.
    • the non-physical world. What is it that exists in the
    • which exist in physical life are therefore caricatures of
    • something that rightfully exists in the spiritual world.
    • exist beyond the threshold.
    • exists even before we are conceived, before we are born.
    • opportunity that still exists of tearing the element of
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 8: The Opposition of Knowledge and Faith, Its Overcoming
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    • descended to earth from the world where it had existed as
    • primal knowledge existed all over the globe in the early
    • be taken by the divine knowledge that had once existed
    • have the reverse picture of what existed in those
    • judge the existing world by other criteria.
    • world into physical existence.
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    • interrelations and connections that exist in our waking
    • into physical existence on earth. Their conviction of
    • conviction that they had existed before they came to
    • enter properly into the existence we have between birth
    • pre-birth existence of a heavenly and divine human being.
    • rescued soul and spirit, accepting their existence as
    • wisdom. Political life as we know it did not yet exist.
    • existence in the physical, sense-perceptible world; a
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 10: Transition from the Luciferic to the Ahrimanic Age and the Christ Event to Come
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    • around them, that did not depend on them for its existence. The modern
    • when 79 million were used. This is a world that did not exist before.
    • forces and energies also exist and take effect independent of human
    • has also existed in earlier ages, but it will happen to a much greater
    • about the economic situation, and no bridge exists to words that take
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
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    • a certain connection which exists between the way
    • exist when logic has to be used to analyze something, for
    • not exist in that case.’ The second idea in
    • life of the spirit exists only where it is strong enough



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