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  • Title: Memůria e Amor
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    • 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√°?
    • Pois bem, por que descemos ao mundo f√≠sico do mundo espiritual? Voc√™s poder√£o deduzir, a partir do que eu disse aqui da √ļltima vez, que as for√ßas que nos mant√™m juntos com os seres espirituais superiores decaem. Aqui na vida f√≠sica, envelhecemos porque as for√ßas que nos mant√™m em conex√£o com a Terra f√≠sica diminuem; l√°, enfraquece o que nos mant√™m ligados aos seres espirituais. Diminuem principalmente as for√ßas que permitem que nos apreendamos em meio aos seres espirituais e que nos possibilitam sermos independentes. No mundo espiritual, por um per√≠odo consider√°vel antes de descermos √† Terra, perdemos a capacidade de conviver com os seres espirituais. Com o aux√≠lio dos seres espirituais, formamos a semente espiritual de nosso corpo f√≠sico, que enviamos primeiramente; da√≠ nos apropriamos de nosso corpo et√©rico e prosseguimos. Ilustrei-lhes isso em minha √ļltima palestra. Nossa capacidade de viver com seres espirituais no mundo espiritual desbota e percebemos como, por meio das for√ßas da lua, nos aproximamos cada vez mais da Terra. Sentimo-nos como um eu, mas cada vez menos capazes de compreender as regi√Ķes espirituais, ou de nos manter nelas; tal capacidade se torna cada vez mais d√©bil. Temos um sentimento crescente de que o desfalecimento prevalecer√° sobre n√≥s, no mundo espiritual. Isso cria uma necessidade de que aquilo que n√£o mais conseguimos carregar conosco ‚Äď o sentimento do eu ‚Äď seja sustentado por algo externo, a saber, nosso corpo: surge uma necessidade de sermos sustentados por um corpo. Eu poderia dizer que, gradualmente, temos que desaprender a voar e aprender a andar. Voc√™s sabem que estou falando figurativamente, mas a imagem est√° em absoluto acordo com a verdade, com a realidade. √Č assim que encontramos o caminho para nosso corpo. O sentimento de solid√£o encontra um ref√ļgio no corpo e se converte na faculdade da lembran√ßa, e temos que nos empenhar para alcan√ßar um novo sentimento de comunh√£o, na Terra. Isso se
    • Assim, entre ir dormir e acordar, o homem experiencia de fato uma esp√©cie de repeti√ß√£o ao contr√°rio do que realizou no decorrer do dia. N√£o √© que simplesmente entre ir dormir e acordar ‚Äď o sono pode ser bastante curto, e ent√£o as coisas s√£o condensadas ‚Äď... n√£o √© que simplesmente entre ir dormir e acordar o homemtenha uma vis√£o retrospectiva de suas experi√™ncias durante o dia ‚Äď uma vis√£o inconsciente, pois naturalmente deve ser inconsciente. N√£o; quando a alma, durante o sono, se torna realmente clarividente, ou quando a alma clarividente relembra na mem√≥ria as experi√™ncias entre ir dormir e acordar, v√™-se que o homemrealmente experiencia no sentido reverso o que havia vivenciado desde a √ļltima vez que despertou. Se ele dorme a noite toda da forma usual, ele retrocede no que fez durante o dia. O √ļltimo evento ocorre imediatamente ap√≥s seu adormecer, e assim por diante. Todo o seu sono funciona de uma forma maravilhosamente reguladora. S√≥ lhes posso falar sobre o que pode ser investigado pela ci√™ncia espiritual. Quando voc√™s adormecem por quinze minutos, o in√≠cio do sono sabe quando acabar√°, e nesse quarto de hora voc√™s experimentam, na ordem inversa, o que trouxeram desde a √ļltima vez que acordaram. A tudo √© dado a propor√ß√£o correta ‚Äď por mais maravilhoso que isso possa parecer. E pode-se dizer que essa experi√™ncia retrospectiva reside entre a realidade e a apar√™ncia.
    • Se algu√©m tem uma imagem na mem√≥ria de algo experimentado na vida f√≠sica vinte anos antes, uma pessoa saud√°vel e reflexiva n√£o a considerar√° uma experi√™ncia presente; √© da natureza da pr√≥pria imagem da mem√≥ria que a relacionemos a uma experi√™ncia passada. Quem olha de forma clarividente para o que a alma vivencia durante o sono, em ordem inversa, n√£o conecta isso ao presente; mas ao futuro ap√≥s a morte. Assim como qualquer pessoa percebe que sua lembran√ßa de algo vivido vinte anos antes se refere √†quele tempo passado, tamb√©m quem v√™ o estado de sono por meio da clarivid√™ncia sabe que o que enxerga n√£o tem significado para o presente, mas prenuncia o que dever√° ser experimentado ap√≥s a morte, quando tivermos que percorrer, ao reverso, tudo o que tivermos feito na Terra. √Č por isso que essa imagem do sono √© meio-realidade, meio-apar√™ncia: est√° relacionada ao futuro. Logo, para a consci√™ncia comum, √© uma experi√™ncia inconsciente daquilo por que o homem tem de passar, que chamei em meu livroTeosofia de mundo da alma. E a consci√™ncia intuitiva e inspirada, descrita em meu livroO conhecimento dos mundos superiores, re√ļne, a partir da observa√ß√£o do sono, o que o homem tem que passar durante o primeiro est√°gio ap√≥s a morte. Essas coisas n√£o s√£o meras fabrica√ß√Ķes; s√£o claramente observadas, uma vez que o dom da observa√ß√£o tenha sido adquirido. Portanto, desde ir dormir at√© despertar, o homem vivencia, sem o seu corpo, o que fez com ele quando acordado.
    • Chegamos agora a um conceito extraordinariamente sutil. Pense em como, de fora, temos que viver nossas a√ß√Ķes novamente com nosso ego e com nosso corpo astral. A capacidade de faz√™-lo √© adquirida na propor√ß√£o do grau de amor que desenvolvemos. Esse √© o segredo da vida, no que diz respeito ao amor. Se um homem √© realmente capaz de desprender-se de si mesmo no amor, amando ao pr√≥ximo como a si mesmo, aprende o que precisa durante o sono para experienciar, ao contr√°rio, plenamente e sem dor, o que deve ser vivenciado dessa forma. Porque, nesta hora, ele deve estar completamente fora de si mesmo. Se um homem √© um ser sem amor, surge uma sensa√ß√£o quando, fora de si, ele tem que experimentar as a√ß√Ķes que realizou sem amor. Isso o ret√©m. Pessoas sem amor dormem como se ‚Äď para usar uma met√°fora ‚Äď tivessem falta de f√īlego. Assim, tudo o que somos capazes de cultivar em n√≥s por meio do amor se torna verdadeiramente frut√≠fero durante o sono. E o que √© assim desenvolvido entre irmos dormir e acordar atravessa o port√£o da morte e subsiste no mundo espiritual.  Aquilo que se perde entre a morte e o renascimento, quando vivemos junto aos os seres espirituais dos mundos superiores, √© recuperado por n√≥s como uma semente, durante a vida terrena, por meio do amor. Pois o amor revela seu significado quando, com seu ego e corpo astral, o homem, dormindo, est√° fora de seu corpo f√≠sico e corpo et√©rico. Entre ir dormir e acordar, seu ser essencial se amplia, se ele est√° cheio de amor, e se prepara bem para o que lhe acontecer√° depois da morte. Se ele n√£o tem amor e est√° mal preparado para o que lhe acontecer√° ap√≥s a morte, seu ser se estreita. A semente para o que acontece ap√≥s a morte repousa preeminentemente no desdobramento do amor.
    • Assim, meus queridos amigos, comparei a experi√™ncia do homem em conex√£o com seres superiores no mundo espiritual, que alterna com sua experi√™ncia do eu, com a respira√ß√£o: inspira√ß√£o e expira√ß√£o. Em nosso processo respirat√≥rio e nos processos relacionados com a fala e o canto, podemos reconhecer uma imagem da ‚Äúrespira√ß√£o‚ÄĚ no mundo espiritual. Conforme eu j√° disse, nossa vida no mundo espiritual entre a morte e um novo nascimento alterna entre a contempla√ß√£o do eu interior e o tornar-se um com os seres das hierarquias superiores; olhar de dentro para fora, tornar-nos um com n√≥s mesmos. Isso ocorre tal como inspirar e expirar. Inspiramo-nos e depois nos expiramos; e isto √©, obviamente, uma respira√ß√£o espiritual. Aqui na Terra, esse processo de respira√ß√£o se torna mem√≥ria e amor. E, de fato, a mem√≥ria e o amor tamb√©m atuam juntos aqui na vida f√≠sica terrena como uma esp√©cie de respira√ß√£o. E se com os olhos da alma voc√™s forem capazes de ver corretamente esta vida f√≠sica, ser√£o capazes de observar em uma importante manifesta√ß√£o da respira√ß√£o ‚Äď no falar e no cantar ‚Äď a atua√ß√£o fisiol√≥gica conjunta da mem√≥ria e do amor.
    • Hoje a ci√™ncia da fisiologia n√£o atingiu o ponto em que pode descrever detalhadamente o processo que acabamos de desenhar. A ci√™ncia espiritual √© capaz disso e a ci√™ncia fisiol√≥gica certamente alcan√ßar√° tal entendimento, pois essas coisas podem ser descobertas a partir da observa√ß√£o atenta da natureza humana. Pode-se dizer que, quando emitimos um som ou uma nota, primeiramente, a cabe√ßa √© acionada. Mas da cabe√ßa procede a mesma faculdade que, interiormente, na alma, confere a mem√≥ria, que sustenta o som e o tom: isso vem de cima. √Č inconceb√≠vel algu√©m poder falar sem possuir a faculdade da mem√≥ria. Se sempre nos esquec√™ssemos o que est√° contido no som ou no tom, nunca ser√≠amos capazes de falar ou de cantar. √Č precisamente a mem√≥ria incorporada que perdura no tom ou som; por outro lado, no que concerne ao amor, mesmo em seu sentido fisiol√≥gico ‚Äď no processo respirat√≥rio que d√° origem √† fala e ao canto ‚Äď tem-se um testemunho claro no pleno volume interior do tom que chega ao homem na puberdade, quando o amor encontra express√£o fisiol√≥gica durante o segundo per√≠odo importante da vida: isso vem de baixo. A√≠ est√£o os dois elementos juntos: de cima, o que est√° na base fisiol√≥gica da mem√≥ria; de baixo, o que est√° na base fisiol√≥gica do amor. Juntos, eles formam o tom na fala e na can√ß√£o. A√≠ est√° sua intera√ß√£o rec√≠proca. De certa forma, √© tamb√©m um processo de respira√ß√£o que percorre toda a vida. Assim como inspiramos oxig√™nio e expiramos di√≥xido de carbono, temos unidas em n√≥s a for√ßa da mem√≥ria e a for√ßa do amor, encontrando-se na fala, encontrando-se no tom. Pode-se dizer que falar e cantar, no homem, s√£o um interc√Ęmbio alternado de permea√ß√£o pela for√ßa da mem√≥ria e pela for√ßa do amor.
    • Mas, meus queridos amigos, o fato √© que quando passamos do mundo espiritual para o f√≠sico, passamos pelo grande esquecimento. Quem, com consci√™ncia comum, v√™ aqui, na for√ßa fraca e sombria da mem√≥ria, o eco do que √©ramos como ‚Äúeu‚ÄĚ no mundo espiritual? Quem ainda reconhece na fala, na parte vinda da mem√≥ria, a p√≥s-vibra√ß√£o do eu? Quem reconhece na forma√ß√£o pl√°stica do discurso, no canto e na fala, um eco dos seres das hierarquias superiores? Ainda assim, n√£o √© verdade que quem aprende a ouvir o discurso sem levar em considera√ß√£o o significado, quem d√° ouvidos ao que os tons expressam por sua pr√≥pria natureza, tem uma sensa√ß√£o ‚Äď principalmente se tiver inclina√ß√£o art√≠stica ‚Äď de que mais √© revelado na fala e no canto do que a consci√™ncia comum percebe? Por que ent√£o transformamos a fala comum que temos aqui na Terra como uma faculdade utilit√°ria ‚Äď por que a transformamos em can√ß√£o, despojando-a de sua fun√ß√£o utilit√°ria e fazendo-a expressar nosso pr√≥prio ser em declama√ß√£o, em m√ļsica? Por que a transformamos? O que estamos fazendo em tal caso?
    • 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.
    • Prova abundante disso reside na maneira como a arte se desenvolveu. Originalmente era uma com a vida religiosa. Nas eras primitivas da humanidade, ela era imbu√≠da nos cultos religiosos. As imagens que os homens formavam de seus deuses eram a fonte das artes pl√°sticas. A t√≠tulo de exemplo, recordemos os Mist√©rios da Samotr√°cia a que alude Goethe na segunda parte de Fausto, onde fala dos Cabiros. [Vide ciclo de palestrasGoetheanism as an impulse for man's transformation,Dornach, janeiro de 1919.] Em meu est√ļdio em Dornach tentei fazer um desenho desses Cabiros. E o que resultou disso? Foi algo muito interessante. Simplesmente me propus a desvendar intuitivamente a maneira como os Cabiros teriam aparecido nos Mist√©rios da Samotr√°cia. E imagine s√≥: cheguei a tr√™s jarros, mas jarros, √© verdade, moldados pl√°stica e artisticamente. A princ√≠pio fiquei pasmo, embora Goethe tenha realmente falado de jarros. O assunto ficou claro para mim apenas quando descobri que esses jarros ficavam sobre um altar: ent√£o, algo semelhante a incenso era colocado neles, as palavras sacrificiais eram cantadas, e pelo poder das palavras de sacrif√≠cio ‚Äď que nos tempos mais antigos da humanidade carregavam uma for√ßa de est√≠mulo vibrat√≥rio bastante diferente de qualquer coisa poss√≠vel hoje ‚Äď a fuma√ßa do incenso era formada na imagem desejada da divindade. Assim, no ritual, o c√Ęntico imediatamente se expressava plasticamente na fuma√ßa do incenso.
    • Hoje, desejei tratar de um desses pontos de vista, meus queridos amigos, para que, de certo √Ęngulo, voc√™s formem uma imagem de como o homem est√° conectado com o mundo espiritual. Espero que possamos continuar ampliando esses estudos em um futuro n√£o muito distante.
    • Conforme publicado em Golden Blade 1983
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • influence on the forming of Western Christianity: to
    • weakness is not always able to perform it, so that goodness is
    • Then he looked at what bodily forms a human being, and which
    • create a world, he must conform to that which is true without
    • from its bodily nature, that it really can perform a spiritual
    • the former its own task completely. If a human being could only
    • selfishness can be transformed into becoming a benefactor
    • world of animals is basically an outer formation of an
    • was only natural that in the latest times, that deeply formed
    • former being has gone over into us, and that our world can only
    • bring about their rapid transformation into frogs through long
    • play, that make it possible to perform what they have to
    • perform; they are hungry because they hold back the forces,
    • to force a way into another form. That is an image that is
    • human pondering had to take the form that we meet up with in
    • can prove it to us in such a popular form, as when we, if we
    • and this should spark off a kind of transformation of such a
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 1: Popular Occultism, Introtroduction
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    • material form, it is looked upon like other lifeless objects.
    • form in the lower parts. A blind-born person considers the description
    • instead by a form resembling man, consisting of an inwardly luminous
    • form of forces which is very much like the human being of the present
    • are all as real as the former. This is the astral body seen from within.
    • The external form of the aura is quite different from that of the physical
    • body and it surrounds man, and enwrapping him in a kind of oval form.
    • This form of light soars around the human being and sends out rays.
    • a form, etc. This rouses and awakens the child and develops the forces
    • it. Since the etheric body sets forth everything in the form of images,
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 2: Man's Ascent into the Supersensible World
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    • far as possible to the descriptive form.
    • this is very confusing. He may see all kinds of animal-forms, even terrible
    • human forms, and so forth, rushing towards him. There are people who
    • they cannot read its phenomena. Everything appears in the form of pictures
    • and images. A bursting rage, for example, may appear in the form of
    • was formed out of the sense of beauty of that time. Each house, each
    • special character and was formed with love. Those who formed these objects
    • a so-called true reality, appears in the astral world in the form of
    • forms. There are Beings to whom man's thoughts offer a welcome occasion
    • to incarnate themselves, to form themselves an astral body; these Beings
    • you produced the corresponding thought-form; but also the fact which
    • you relate rays out a thought-form. If your thought-form corresponds
    • with it and agrees with it, then the two forms flow together upon the
    • thought-form streaming out of your words does not correspond with that
    • which goes out from the thing itself; the forms collide and destroy each
    • by the astral body when it has perceptions. The astral body transforms
    • form of dreams. But a trained person sees the astral world in regular
    • forms. At first these will be transient realities surging up and down,
    • event had stood before his soul in the form of a picture.
    • the beginning of clairvoyance; the regular forms that become more and
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 3: The Different Conditions of Man's Life After Death
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    • of the departed in the form of pictures. This process lasts for about
    • of the physical body, but now it is free and exists in the form of consciousness.
    • life. Past life rises up before the soul in the form of images and beings
    • though in a weaker form awaits those who lost their life suddenly through
    • purest, spiritual love. The soul should transform every experience and
    • through a process of transformation. Think of your childhood years!
    • to transform the will.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 4: The Devachanic World
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    • applies to objects of Nature, whereas artificial forms made by man appear
    • Negative images of physical-mineral objects therefore form the continental
    • way with every other form of physical existence. With every incarnation
    • death and a new birth perceive every pain and pleasure in the form of
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 5: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • forces which impressed themselves upon the astral body. They transformed
    • the soul in the form of a strong writing. The clairvoyant can always perceive
    • in the form of capacities and talents. A feeling of unrestrained bliss
    • is contained in this process of transformation of experiences into capacities.
    • in the causal body has been transformed into capacities, man begins
    • speed through the astral plane in every direction. These forms arise through the
    • consists of the Ego and of the causal body, and he must now form himself
    • US form and out of astral substance. His whole disposition thus obtains
    • a coloring which corresponds to his transformed experiences.
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 6: Man's Return to a New Earthly Life
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    • causal body frees itself. This asserts itself in the form of rays which
    • radiate in blue and indigo colors out of the ether flame-like forms. When
    • (Kamaloka), man enters Devachan, where he transforms his experiences
    • form of pleasure and pain, passions and instincts, these constitute
    • thus transformed his whole life in an alchemistic way, his causal body
    • of the capacities acquired by each human germ. None of these forms
    • forms and colors and is expressed in them.
    • elaborated in the physical body. They transformed themselves into forces
    • which appear in the next life in the physical body as organ-forming
    • This transformation of the
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 7: Effects of the Law of Karma
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    • the Ego. Francis of Assisi for example had completely transformed and
    • transformed by the Ego is designated by the occultists with the Oriental
    • body is in part man's own work, in so far as it is the result of former deeds,
    • etheric body was formed. The more a human being works into his ehteric body,
    • the etheric body. The occult disciple transforms his etheric body consciously,
    • for each time he underwent an essential transformation. He returns to
    • the true causes for such transformations, a clairvoyant can see them.
    • with the transformation of the vegetable and animal kingdoms of the
    • plane the human spirit gradually formed communities and states out of
    • small tents and huts, so he also transforms the fauna and the flora in
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 9: Lemurian Development
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    • of Lemuria and speak of the Lemurian human forms. These human beings
    • change in Nature, in the forms and in life. The single forms and species
    • underwent a rapid transformation. The Atlantean soul-characteristics
    • the will, which also had the greatest influence on the form of the physical
    • form was still ape-like. During the Lemurian age the sole possession
    • course of development. But the ape-like forms have partly degenerated
    • The moon severed itself from the earth and formed a secondary planet.
    • Formally, moon and earth were one planet. Thus the evolution of the
    • were one body, and everything which now exists in the form of human
    • man still had a quite etheric form of a very fine substance and he lived
    • a kind of plant-existence. Animal forms and human forms arose much later,
  • Title: Popular Occultism: Lecture 10: Paths of Occult Training
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    • and to transform the physical world through the human spirit.
    • expression of one and the same initiation, but the forms of initiation must
  • Title: i Spirituality: Lecture 1: Historical Symptomology, the Year 790, Alcuin, Greeks, Platonism, Aristotelianism, East, West, Middle, Ego
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    • it, too, takes on different forms, different metamorphoses, but all of which have a recognizable
    • `nothing' was the outer form. And thus, when the Greek spoke of death, whose causes lie in the
    • transforms itself through births and deaths. There was that which lives in
    • This is what came to Kant in the form of the philosophy of David Hume. Then
    • economic life and the spiritual life, there arose only caricatures in the place of a true form
    • brought this building to this stage. We must have contributions from the countries of the former
    • have in the future with regard to forming economic associations. The skill in forming
    • producing what does not already exist, but by forming out of his own inner strength that
    • ways, but just like the poet, he must in himself transform the scattered fragments into a
    • poet, to give his material over to the dominion of the form of necessity but to hold steadily
    • 22. I.e., a form of international support body for Waldorf Schools. Rudolf
  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 2: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 1
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    • there. He, however, transformed them into a theory, into a conception of life. And Marxism as a
    • character of the East. But here again it expressed itself in another form. Economic in the West;
    • the East, but in a decadent form today, something which points back to ancient times of Eastern
    • and always, to a greater or lesser extent, takes an the form of the political-legal-militaristic;
    • life. Such reincarnations form the regular course of human evolution, but there are exceptions.
    • What confronts us as a human being in human form does not always have to be as it outwardly
    • human beings in human form who only appear to be human beings of the kind that are subject to
    • premature path of development and who should only appear in the form of humanity at a later stage
    • deceptive that beings other than human beings are incorporated in human form, in a part of the
    • towards the West. The West takes on this form because it lives completely in the most fundamental
    • to give itself new form — all spirituality of the civilized world is, in actual fact, a
    • which, however, is in fact a particularly subtle form of self-seeking, a particulary subtle
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    • diagram) and formed the Spanish, the French and also a part of the British population — is
    • ceremonies and ritual of the Western societies, have become more or less empty forms — one
    • forming a concept of the world and of life based upon it. The whole humanity of the human being,
    • forms of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch — were to be stronger. What would arise then?
    • religious form. All this happens, of course, in parallel. And towards the Centre there develops
    • which basically orginated in France and also in Switzerland but which had quite different forms,
    • unreality of Puritanism, exists only in the form of natural science. In the Centre we have had an
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    • philosophical, intellectual form, but more pictorially. Goethe then treated this same problem in
    • picture form — as reply, as it were, to Schiller's
    • threefold social order is given here by Goethe still in the form of an image. Of course, the
    • threefold social order does not yet exist but Goethe gives the form he would like to ascribe to
    • disintegrates, represents the 'Uniform State' which can have no permanence in itself.
    • an experience of the whole human being, forming for himself the ideal of a human constitution of
    • soul and thereby only transforming into intellectual concepts what he actually feels.
    • is profundity in intellectual form transformed into ideas. But should one take it just one step
    • in objectifying what he felt inwardly. But he drew a halt and paused with his forms of reasoning
    • picture form. But the Greek myth, basically, Is image in the same way that Goethe's
    • organism in a reforming way. One can only describe as an idealist, as it were, what ought to take
    • reality from the spiritual world and would have been able to penetrate to the forms of the social
    • soon as it gets hold of the economic life in the uniform State, in the Mixed King, destroys that
    • clings today to the uniform State, the economic life will absorb this uniform State together with
    • the spiritual life, and uniform States like these must of necessity lead to destruction. And
    • in himself? Americanism! For what he had in his style, in his thought-forms, apart from Goethe he
    • intimate context what exists in a less refined form in external culture at large. A crude
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    • form an exact idea of what the constitution of soul was like in the people who lived before this
    • It is the longing for knowledge. Now, when one looks back into former times, even into the
    • when it came to what moved him to perform his work in the world, and so on. Everything that lived
    • this brought about all those forms of military service which were necessary because there was no
    • machine technology with its stupendous transformation of the economic life and the social life
    • generally today: that they have no will — to form ideas concerning true progress. They
    • the intellect itself can no longer comprehend it. Perhaps people today can barely form a clear
    • the spiritual world in a new form and not in the way in which, in ancient times, nature spoke to
    • that, when one speaks about these former embodiments of the earth, it strikes no chord in them.
    • abilities that correspond to this old form. Today no one can be proud of being a physicist, a
    • formidable slanders. Here one sees what one is up against, arising in the form of slanders and so
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    • corresponding form of this constitution of soul into different times.
    • received by people as news — could be clothed in the form of the germinating intellect.
    • the form of speaking about the Mystery of Golgotha in the way that was possible with these
    • but received the accounts, the traditions, and clothed these in the forms of their own
    • forms. Many external facts show how this dialectical-legal, political thinking, in which the old
    • was everywhere permeated by dialectical-legal forms. The clergy were the bureaucracy. They held
    • conflicts, and how these conflicts really form a great part of medieval history. But one must
    • through legal justification, by formal, legal right. Men must now command, since the gods no
    • irreconcilable with a common knowledge of the Gospels. For the Gospel in its true form actually
    • can take place within them but the pictures that are formed can differ in the most manifold ways.
    • getting up onto the platform and again and again gabbling from a Catholic or Protestant point of
    • continuation of what, in a completely different form, was present in the spirit world before
    • affairs of life remained in the form of child-like experience.
    • a completely decadent form. A sense for revelation is there still. The intellectual, the purely
    • some time: the approach of the Christ in the form in which He must be seen from the twentieth
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    • animal-element in man appears in a modified form, the extent to which the animal-nature in man
    • the transformation of the earth into its three following conditions for them to appear fully. And
    • spirit-self is the transformation of the astral body into a higher stage, that life-spirit is the
    • transformation of the etheric body to a higher stage and spirit-man is the transformation of the
    • physical body to a higher stage. This transformation of the physical body, however, will not take
    • place until the seventh condition — nor, correspondingly, the transformation of the other
    • shall be able to shape my outer form in the way which it is my task, even now, to
    • consciousness try to transform him even as regards his external sheaths — his astral body,
    • Wilsonian formulas, and out of any other form of chauvinism that spreads over the world, will be
    • will have first to transform itself into other conditions.'
    • that the Imaginations sought are the result of when the mental activity of forming ideas is
    • picture is enhanced. Perhaps this man has got his information from a spiritistic or mediumistic
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    • reality is attributed generally only to what arises and forms itself, as it
    • look back to our former incarnations, we were surrounded during our time on
    • But we have to realise that we must repeat in all possible forms to our age
    • emphasise in all possible forms what is the being and the impulse of
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    • reform movements and revolutions will be useless; it is almost always
    • perfectly formed to feel what is true in this sphere ‚ÄĒ if there's
    • growing into this life in the spirit will form the youth movement,
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    • forms. The sleep experiences of the Sun-man ripen at the end of
    • sense, the former Moon-stage is preserved in a later stage, is active
    • part of us. We could show this in diagrammatic form thus:
    • the old dreamlike perceptions; but today he is unsuitable to form the
    • transformed into imaginations. In other words — the dreamer in us
    • forms, but as we progress from the 5th to the 6th and 7th earth-periods
    • rank of Spirits of Form, and. the impulses they have learned to form
    • during the earth-age now become actual forms; and because they are
    • Saturn forms, they will be mineral. Thus: at the end of the earth
    • forms. (Jupiter) (Diagram III.) And when they become forms upon
    • world; and these again send out forms, but these forms are the Jupiter;
    • Jupiter will be constituted of nothing but these forms. We have in us
    • within us is transformed to this Jupiter, because this Saturn man in his
    • in a future age will be grasped and reformed by the Beings of the
    • Personality will then have advanced to Spirits of Form; our Archangeloi
    • form of evolutionary progress will then be similar to those possessed
    • in the Cosmos! And we can truly transform what we thus carry in us as
    • harbour the notion that the physical earth will become transformed, he
    • intended to form the mineral atoms on Jupiter. Many years ago, to a
    • upon Jupiter, will hold the rank of Spirits of Form. Thus, is the world
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    • at its starting point have been formed by human beings themselves. It
    • part in imaginative form and which had been attenuated to concepts in
    • form of the old Roman language with its marvellously structured
    • its other form as the Cross erected on Golgotha —
    • contained in the Bible. It has gone through later transformations no
    • shore of the sea by the gods Wotan, Wile and We. And men were formed
    • him, which expresses itself in his form and which in fact is derived
    • one does not hold the false ideas of modern materialism and formalism
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    • forming world-history may be divided on the one hand into what may be
    • us, where, moreover, we should know that concepts which we form
    • experience during the day. During the day we form some or other
    • observing things, forming ideas and concepts of them. Then of course
    • concrete form, it does not come to the point where one really sees it
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    • People think thoughts, they form
    • something perceptible. But it is not recognised as a form-builder, a
    • before we are born and belongs to the forming forces of our nature.
    • thoughts, we work the whole time anew upon our forming and fashioning
    • the thought inserts into our human form, preserves us, generally
    • the time to become man, or, better said, to form the human
    • home in the forming forces of thought life, but nevertheless in so
    • general not much consciousness exists there of these living, forming
    • formative living element with it, but can only grasp the external.
    • in thinking one must seek for the inwardly forming, shaping of the
    • thought-world of the universe. It was allotted to the Greeks to form
    • tendency to make thoughts inwardly formative and alive.
    • produce the human form from his own inner experiencing; this is so in
    • this element of making thought human into the external form and
    • to give it form. Hence the Grecian works of art appear to us (to
    • into the form. It was like a striving to draw together into the human
    • form all that could be found as thoughts passing from within
    • human form in order to epitomise it. That is the unending greatness
    • actually epitomised and given form in it. Now we have the task
    • had formerly worked from the cosmos and who could only be known from
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    • connected with the forming of our ideas and concepts, is in a certain
    • our form. On the other hand we have an element of will and feeling
    • the former separation of the Moon from the progressing Sun. The way
    • moving and forming. Thus Lucifer, as it were, dwells in our
    • formerly; they now wish to bind the intellect with the human being;
    • the earth- contents, and we should not, as we do now, form concepts
    • is formed in him. Cosmic light penetrates feeling and willing like
    • attain a uniform cosmic picture by learning to allow the
    • disintegrating corpse is not the man, it is the form of man which is
    • the passages there) that it is difficult to form a picture of the
    • takes on the form of false cosmic pictures, expressing itself through
    • it to pass through his unspoiled intellect if then the former appears
    • grey or black direction, one-sided information is carried into the
    • with the departed. So we see how mediumism certainly formed a
    • manifests there in the form of an Angel-Imagination, and the person
    • makes them appear before the world in a false form.
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    • consecutive formation of Saturn, Sun and Moon, Time (during the
    • us say, as the forms of the letters of the alphabet have to do with
    • regards the world-picture it forms, it is truly a worm, who creeps
    • Sun, etc. With the forming of time and the forming of space, the
    • forming of space and time must have so come about that then the
    • possessing something which is outside could not be formed in us at
    • all, if there had not arisen the separation of what had formerly
    • with space and time. Historical events are transformed into myths, or
    • take a mythical form. And the further we look back in history, for
    • have once been formed, remain as the eternal things.
    • Ahrimanic temptations, one will see how social orders were formed on
    • something like this that I have just expounded must be transformed
    • because the human being, under the impression of his senses, forms
    • for he transforms her permanence into something fleeting, he brings
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    • of the physical into whatever else is forming in man, so that the
    • entered and because it actually fills out that which has been formed
    • make progress if we let Ahriman transform for us something that we
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    • that man forms judgments and draws conclusions as a human being
    • heritage from an earlier form of knowledge — was a fact
    • Science. It is a question of forming true and really adequate
    • the first verses of the Gospel of St John in the form in which
    • on in the form of the Eucharist. The essence of the Eucharist
    • beliefs which then survived in decadent form — we find
    • they had already adopted a different form of worship, the
    • tribe, the form, the image of the Godhead. People of today have
    • those times was worshipped in this material form.
    • Again, the bodily form of the human being is itself affected by
    • We are content to rely on mathematical formulae and the science
    • possessed the knowledge in its real form, for he lived in the
    • certain point before it is transformed into the forces of
    • form of vision. A vision of the Divine also proceeded from the
    • superstition because it did not come to pass. In the form in
    • path to Christ in a more material form than that in which it
    • form of dogmas which were to be matters of belief, but which
    • offered to human beings in the form of education. Greek culture
    • are inculcated into the minds of the young in the form of their
    • downfall. Nobody can galvanise our civilisation in the form in
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    • form of distress, or it may rob a man of the power of rightly disposing
    • obstacles are: Natural Science and Mysticism. Both these forms of knowledge
    • form of knowledge must be sought in addition to these — a knowledge
    • and be subject to transformation. Many an erroneous view of its true nature
    • wisdom. This, however, is only due to a particular form of dilettantism
    • form; and the same was the case with Plato.
    • which concepts and judgments are formed and conclusions drawn this entire
    • sought in all efforts to formulate a conception of the universe. By this we
    • Aristotelianism. It was a certain form of philosophy, in particular of
    • lawful connections which we ourselves evolve. Our cognition has certain forms
    • — the forms of space, time, the categories of cause and effect, and so
    • The latter are forms created by the subjective mind of man and imposed upon
    • endows it with the forms of space and time, and finds an apparent
    • self-made network of concepts and forms. For this reason man may claim a
    • captive of the forms of his own mind. This view was finally expressed by
    • Schopenhauer in his classical formula; “The world is my
    • order to recognize this. It is entirely in conformity with him to say: Our
    • what he terms “form” — two concepts which he genuinely
    • form” as differentiated by him. He clearly realizes that, in
    • form” of all things which constitute our world of experience,
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    • professor.' Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • formulated in a way one deems to be correct. Now in real life this is not
    • at them as we went along. I must put this in the form of a paradox. Your
    • we can grasp in the form of abstract principles, that we can bring to mind
    • anything could be, for it is formed out of the forces of our previous
    • that the rest of our organism shows its true form, which is the form taken
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    • professor.' Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • of our human nature are of course not subject to uniform development but
    • what happens formatively in the rest of the organism, in the trunk and
    • proper architect, one who works with forms), the reason is that such a man
    • reverence is something that works on the child with enormous formative
    • — for the consciousness is only now forming itself, and
    • formative forces.
    • are different forces again. Whereas the formative forces enter the head
    • head and into the body, forcing their way through the formative forces and
    • their bodily organism. Whatever they experience of formed movement, of the
    • formative and less by musical forces, that is to say less by forces of
    • corresponds precisely to the structure of the rest of the organism, formed
    • formative-structural works in collaboration with the musical lingual. This
    • between the musical-lingual on the one hand and the formative-structural on
    • to puberty such cooperation takes place between the formative-structural,
    • collaborates in the shaping of the human being. At first it helps form the
    • — in this way we would get the principle forms, the
    • arrangement of forms in the human skeleton! This would also demonstrate for
    • skeletal form of the animal we have a musical imprint too, but it is such
    • formative forces offer the stronger resistance; hence they are arrested as
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    • professor.' Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • should be taken in from outside in a particular form, and acquire their
    • kinds of principles and formulated statements, that is roughly the same, in
    • food in its natural form. And then, when we are giving the lesson, from out
    • of this knowledge of man there will arise in us, in a very individual form,
    • perform any function other than perceiving the moving limb and the actual
    • there is an interruption between these uniform nerves; that is, the soul
    • a drawing, a form of any kind living in our environment, that is, anything
    • there is a third element, which is the absorbing of information so that our
    • the former imprinting of soul in the body, that is, we have to take hold,
    • performance you could wake up suddenly in the night you would see that you
    • are 40 or 45 years of age, carry out the whole inner transformation you
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    • professor.' Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • place a mutual permeation of the eternal I and that which is being formed:
    • the forming of mental images of number and space helps the ego to settle
    • is too strongly dependent on the body, we let the child draw the forms
    • child draw geometrical forms we create a force which works counter to the
    • the letters, the forms of the letters, to which I have drawn his attention.
    • cosmic-formative (
    • the formative element during man's formative years (
    • and nitrogen formed a chemical compound in the air, if they were chemically
    • described yesterday, can transform it in meditative recollection into
    • can observe how the head forms itself out of the mother's womb, not yet
    • a long time after birth, actually through all his formative years, man
    • difference between the sculptural form of the head and the formation of the
    • movements work back on the formation of the organism, not, however, through
    • their form content (
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    • will be heavier than under normal circumstances. It is not their form which
    • is this weight which influences the musical forming of the movements. And
    • you consider the form of the human body in this way, say to yourself; I am
    • had to look at him from behind. The form of the back of the head, the
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    • professor.' Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • go to sleep at puberty in the depths of the body, are drawn forth and form
    • same force that transforms the food we eat into the kind of substances our
    • transformed inside your body into the sort of substance that serves life,
    • understanding. And these are the same forces that also form our head. So we
    • They are bodily processes that are formed by the circulating air in
    • actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about; everything being
    • transforms food into substances man needs for his organism you will no
    • longer be astonished to find that other forces can be transformed in man,
    • every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to reform
    • honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things. Yet one of them
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    • in the Jordan formed the main topic of the Basel lectures. Already in this
    • special beings, which must be formed in such a way that the currents could
    • body. That Buddha can be seen today only by the clairvoyant. Such a form,
    • one can get the right information why the two genealogies are and must be
    • Nazareth. The former Jesus came from the line of the Davidic house, which
    • different abilities in his early youth than the Nazarene one. The former
    • passes over into the other Jesus boy. From the twelfth year on, the former
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    • that form which the Buddha assumed after his last incarnation, in which he
    • law, Dharma. The Buddha brought the law in such a way, in a certain form,
    • so that it could be recognized by the soul in that form, so that people
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    • true form with active comprehension. On this point one has only to avoid
    • life did not take the form it does today — such that
    • the form that made it possible to a certain extent that, alongside the
    • formation, every limb, so to speak, an extension of the countenance. Why
    • extent in the form of crystals, and we have broken-up, amorphous minerals
    • crystal forms and those of the earth's formations that
    • Of the plants the dead do not see in the first place the forms we see
    • not see the green plant forms that we see, only a certain movement, the
    • outer sensible forms — the dead see only the running
    • of the animals over the earth, not the individual forms of the animals,
    • can be accounted physical forms, what do the dead see of human beings?
    • form not at all. Thus if we were to form the Representative of Humanity
    • the human figure, portrayed purely according to its physical form is
    • express the soul element in the form, so that the external form does not
    • correspond to the human form naturalistically in the here and now, only
    • then do the dead begin to see the form. If you look at a normal,
    • external form.
    • said, much of recent art is formed on the basis of this way of thinking,
    • dead hears of speech and sees in the way of forms that exist for the
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    • him joins with his own creative activity to form an organic
    • special light. We see how a uniform spiritual element flows
    • than we are from the Reformation. Humanity's progress becomes
    • a kind of religious reformer Savonarola had transformed the
    • system that Savonarola had railed against and the reformers had
    • ideas appear in many respects in a new form. We see the most
    • by clouds that seem naturally to take on human form. One of
    • were only human pictures; in memory, their beautiful forms palpable
    • female form, in our happiness or sorrow; like pictures that
    • ideas, but forms them into a picture. By virtue of its inner
    • We see Raphael giving form to the figures of Christian
    • impressive and noblest becomes manifest in outer form in
    • in the form of art, but received that mighty impulse at its
    • directed its attention once again to the forms the Greek spirit
    • expression in a world of forms, of pictures in which the purest
    • realms of the spiritual, but assumes artistic form — much as
    • lives and weaves formlessly in the universe, pressing this into
    • attempting to form an overall picture of his works in their
    • exalted, perfect forms, they appear to us as possessing a
    • What the Greeks had conceived and formed into figures we now
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    • that we have it only in a truncated form, this book by Leonardo
    • most wonderful way in conformity with the truth. Nothing
    • Thus, in conformity with the entire spiritual stature of
    • concepts were formed by means of natural science. And where
    • from earlier times took effect only in the form of a certain
    • example with an arm, all the forces that formed it. One felt
    • human form. Things were not viewed from outside, but created
    • from within, while being aware of the actual formative forces.
    • of taking on form by means of art, and what he had been able to
    • bequeath to the world after all only in fragmentary form.
    • features, well-formed, he stood before humanity as an exemplary
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    • expression oneself in the form of a fairy tale of some kind.
    • set forth in a more philosophical-abstract form in his
    • tragic, as well as other forms of artistic expression, results
    • having developed out of older forms of human consciousness.
    • the inner battles it had to undergo, giving pictorial form to
    • transforming one thing into another. Nature is
    • form a conception of this cleverer, wiser, more skillful being
    • resin and could only perform his work during the night, since,
    • avenge him. And they shot arrows. They shot arrows that formed
    • the form of pictures, since external happenings have to
    • characteristic fairy tales are those handed down from former
    • Grimm collected in the form told them by relatives and
    • hand, nothing of the artistic form of the fairy tale is
    • whereas the fairy tale form is really the more comprehensive
    • the innermost soul, it is precisely the form most suited to the
    • expressed in the simplest possible form. In fact, one
    • art capable of expressing in the most self-evident form what is
    • work creatively on its own physical formation,
    • summoning the formative forces for its own growth, for
    • formulated in words this man spoke — knowing as he
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    • to the boundaries of the human form and disappearing into the
    • beings formerly saw warm, feeling-imbued beings in the
    • see physical forms around them with defined contours.
    • come to expression in a different form in a future humanity.
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    • University of Berlin, also published in book form. Anyone
    • on form to become a creation, of Goethe's phantasy. How, he
    • sensibility transforms everyday events in the physical
    • transformed it artistically, who have utilized it for cultural
    • without putting it into an abstract formula — having been
    • of European cultural life in the last form these lectures took.
    • transformed itself into a point of light that became visible to
    • it took on form — Arthur stood before her! She saw him,
    • his form.”
    • himself, no mere phantom that had taken on his form.”
    • behind the entire sense world. It could appear a form of
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    • Egypt, for there we find a true transition to a later form. If we go
    • back to the oldest form of imperialism, we find it based on the king
    • That was the first form in which
    • imperialism appeared. The second form was when the ruler, the one who
    • archdeacons, wear certain clothes, and they perform their rituals;
    • Basically these were the two forms: the churches and the empires.
    • was justified in ruling the whole world. So the formula for
    • for the simple reason that when the Catholic priest performs the
    • performed by the priest forces the Christ Jesus to be present on
    • he who performs the transubstantiation at the altar!
    • imperialism. It has been formulated since the beginning of the
    • decided, and thus the third form of imperialism developed, which was
    • formulated by Chamberlain and others. But today we want to consider
    • second form of imperialism: What was on the earth was the sign, the
    • symbol. God acted within men. Third form of imperialism: Just as the
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    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution,
    • the old realities had not transformed themselves into platitudes,
    • visible god appeared in human form as happened in the last years of
    • real god in human form. In the course of time such things have lost
    • the divine-spiritual beings in human form, but as real, genuine
    • life, fully conscious of the illusionary nature of what was formerly
    • form. At that time the things spoken and especially the things shown
    • form, or symbols which are also platitudes in a different form. You
    • platitudes in symbolic form. It is important that alongside the
    • a real ceremonial form, meaning those which go back to the original
    • to keep the secrets in their original form. And they posses a certain
    • power in this traditional form. Why?
    • triformation in the realm of the platitude, a triformation of the
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    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution,
    • discussion was grounded in the fact that a god in human form walked
    • human form should or should not do this or that made no sense. In
    • predicate to a subject. In the oldest forms of human expression this
    • to discuss public affairs. Therefore, even the most primitive form of
    • live in the third stage, insofar as the characteristic form of the
    • information, then things look quite different from what is propounded
    • traditionally preserve the old forms, the slogan
    • about what is alive, we form such judgments as “The tree is
    • creative element, the force which acts and lives. The transformation
    • in the west — a certain form of Freemasonry at least — as
    • and must be continuously transformed, must pass through death and be
    • formed anew, pass through metamorphoses, then all that will be
    • his own way in the sense of the social triformation in the school
    • the social triformation and Dr. Steiner for the simple reason
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    • one form into another, so thoughts should also take on other
    • forms when they enter into other spheres. One thing remains the
    • be called “scientific certainty” which forms the
    • developed, here the mathematical way of thinking forms a
    • rationalistic way had to form a foundation by the introduction
    • elongated or other plant forms, soon forming the flower, soon
    • according to which all plants could be formed. It is quite
    • unconsciously join the single forms together and encounter its
    • in the forms of expression. One would achieve what I would like
    • in imagination to let it rise to the form of the plant and to
    • the form of the animal. Already during the eighties (1880's)I
    • the actual principle of the process, the formative principle,
    • spiritual world outside reflects itself in the form of lungs,
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    • discovering the difference within the form, within the human
    • organ formation were transformed and then gradually through its
    • within man, and in such a way reveal the transformed
    • itself, in its forms, only depends on the animal and the human
    • takes on form through his organs. In brief, one needs to search
    • on. Such an unconscious conclusion in reality doesn't form the
    • life, forming his spinal axis vertically, he has brought
    • When we track the formation of single bones, for example the
    • possibility of how the formation of ribs or head bones in a man
    • with the animals, but it is something formed within the human
    • hand we must regard thoughts of a particular imaginative form,
    • being is fitted out with the same forms as the animal but they
    • metamorphosed forms. This can also simply be anatomically
    • the finer areas of the human, animal and plant forms, because
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    • who lean towards the former idealistic philosophy. There were
    • into clear scientific forms with which to create his world
    • trouble to go back to Kepler's planetary movement formulations,
    • he analysed Kepler's formulations about planetary movements and
    • anything new because Kepler's formulation already contained the
    • scientifically formulated thought, while with Kepler it had
    • conceptual forms and means of expression which we know, from
    • comes the striving to formulate a world view scientifically;
    • formulations, formulations and concepts used by the West in
    • view was formed through the characteristics and abilities of
    • collects these concepts and forms a separate abstract unit. I
    • form a concept of grasping a reality, quite apart from
    • thought experiences developing into living form, then it may on
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    • person, this makes love more intense, transforms human vigour.
    • try to define this in some way, to formulate an abstract
    • coloured theory assumes that the bodily-physical should form
    • — if one focuses on the first important transformation
    • around the seventh year of life. Such transformations in the human
    • gradually to not only being able to observe the transformation
    • organism, works also in the formation of the brain in the first
    • acquiring freedom, the form appears. So a comparison isn't made
    • the bodily form during the various periods of life. This means,
    • transformed so that the human being later, in his thirtieth
    • transformed by him as he had transformed his limbs. Everything
    • powers of growth, powers of transformation; that means we must
    • on the child's performance and on the other, the teacher's
    • judgement of this performance, and is expressed as:
    • appears in various forms as the youth movement — one can
    • only appears later. As a result, abstract forms of writing and
    • continue this way and try to find forms of a particular nature,
    • total being in the artistic form of writing which can evolve
    • the lessons. It needs to be metamorphosed, transformed
    • form judgements and learn that everything we do in the child's
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    • the same facts and indications acquire their form only
    • those who stand within it, formed out of their personal actions
    • reject wanting to talk in this way about the possible form
    • into the social form, how so to speak everything which ruled in
    • how labour and suchlike must be formed; I gave at most some
    • examples for how one could think about forming the future
    • spoken about the transformation of capital forces in my
    • “Key notes”, just so this transformation can be
    • following can never be said: it has this or that form. If the
    • only; we need to understand them in a lively form. If
    • physiognomy. — Yes, if at that time I had formed a concept of
    • form thoughts and ideas about capital and labour and so on, and
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    • which speaks about the supersensible world, but it forms a
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    • “soul” and words streaming in formed the
    • transformation of the human soul constitution. I have
    • repetitively characterized this transformation as having taken
    • we restrain our gestures and they transform themselves within
    • us and this transformation appears as consonants.
    • form gestures out of the collective vowel system, so that the
    • world — but in a transformed way — so that in contrast, through
    • the vowels, he forms his own inner relationship to the outer
    • human being, formed a contour around him or her.
    • live in the German language today we must live into those forms
    • could the dumb have fixed forms of language while still so
    • form of speech, according to his sympathies or antipathies.
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    • Where from earthly matter, form on form,
    • Where from earthly matter, form on form,
    • forms at our feet, in the water and air, in clouds and stars;
    • and strength and warmth, can never give us information about
    • information about many divine aspects of the world. So we must
    • human being, but transformed into one of gigantic stature.
    • Then, although he is so similar to man, his form is shadowy, as
    • In the cosmic formative forces
    • In the cosmic formative forces
    • pseudo-knowledge once it has been transformed by all man can
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • posture and dirty-red form. Such is the doubt which speaks
    • spirit-light which expresses itself in the dirty-red form. This
    • Where from earthly matter, form on form,
    • In the cosmic formative forces
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
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    • throughout the ages, encouraging man to perform his noblest
    • Where from earthly substance, form on form,
    • Yet forming you into a deeper parable,
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • beast, the form of which was described thus:
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • observation and the corpse is visible - the dead form of the
    • spiritual world. We disguise the mockery in all possible forms,
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    • former does not actually participate in what is revealed to the
    • and not merely for those who already seek the transformation
    • those who, at first, only experience the transformation in
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • is not a question of merely acquiring intellectual information,
    • from earthly matter, form on form,
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    • earth, knowing that crystals are formed in it, knowing that it
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    • spiritual world in any form, depends upon understanding the
    • undergoes a substantial transformation in the Guardian of the
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    • ordering, the formation of the world is effected by it, we
    • “cosmic-formation”.
    • Cosmic-formation
    • [over “cosmic formation” is written]
    • elements, Cosmic Formation and Cosmic Life also have an
    • [Blue crosses are drawn next to “Cosmic Formation”
    • Life and Cosmic Chemical Formation lie in the unconscious.
    • to Water and Earth and to Cosmic Formation and Cosmic Life.
    • of the overworld - Cosmic Formation and Cosmic Life. For due to
    • temptations appear in Cosmic Life and Cosmic Formation, and
    • Cosmic formation
    • it, but so that he may transform it into a higher psychic
    • is like this: when we become aware that our human form exists
    • must be transformed into the feeling of awakening to humanity.
    • Fear of animality must be transformed into the courage to raise
    • transformed into an awakening call to inner strength, to
    • know that oxygen is transformed into carbon dioxide in man.
    • we have these exhortations in the form of spoken meditations.
    • becomes conscious, man transforms himself from a human to an
    • the etheric form which he then observes. I don't mean that he
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    • that an Executive Committee has been esoterically formed.
    • individual states of the former German Empire independent and
    • the human form have got.
    • Experience the head's cosmic form
    • Experience the head's cosmic form
    • “Experience the head's cosmic form
    • Experience the head's cosmic form.
    • sleeps in man, we sense the spirit which forms the head from
    • as a transforming verse in our souls.
    • Experience the head's cosmic form
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    • (Vorstand) which was formed during the Christmas Conference and
    • Goetheanum. This means that nothing by way of formulations and
    • formulations and so forth which originate here and which an
    • listening at first - by speaking the mantric formula which
    • in the zodiac, which through their composition in certain forms
    • is the creator of my form. We speak of the clouds more of less
    • has brought with it the force necessary to form our brain. The
    • otherwise is sleeping in the limbs, transforms itself and
    • Let human will transform itself
    • “thinking”, “transform” and
    • Let human will transform itself
    • Let human will transform itself
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    • the forms the constellations possess. When we immerse ourselves
    • water forces in us shape the form of the human body from the
    • which lives in everything air-forming within us. For only
    • through what is air-forming in us is our warmth created.
    • experience, how the water forces are your formative builders.
    • Here we have the formative forces. [In the second mantra
    • sentence “formers” is underlined.] Still somewhat
    • formations and become like a celestial script to us. If we
    • do using such a mantric formula.
    • when I become aware of how, through this mantric formula, I am
    • formula can work on the soul with special force.
    • Only seen thus does the human body appear in its true form.
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    • works wonders in the human soul, transforms the human soul. It
    • life when the etheric body was first formed.
    • in spirit, the moment in which our etheric body was formed; and
    • that what the gods say is not mere information as is what men
    • happen that someone passes on the verses and the information
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    • especially flowered is to be reenacted in the correct form
    • the appropriate form. And once these things have been thought
    • which does not directly show in its form the cosmic image.
    • live in such a mantric formula, it is thus:
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    • later in its true form, in its real essence, then the Guardian
    • heavenly heights and after the transformation which it
    • use it as spirit-will. Earthly will is only a transformation of
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    • Flashes in the clouds; form the idea of clouds in
    • form the word “Hitze”.
    • breathing, but because breathing has been formed by earlier
    • formations. They show us their tools in the lightning bolts.
    • that on the threshold all the deceptive forms with which
    • And in your thoughts' forming
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    • is, with all its amazing variety of colors and forms, what I
    • deformities when carried to an extreme. Of course it must be
    • which also participates in the formation of our own bodies.
    • it interpenetrates us, transforms itself into our blood.
    • longer forms us, for its formative force has ended. Once in
    • And air: it ceases being the formative breathing force in us.
    • love with release from the solid earth, from the formative
    • cross with the congealed formative forces of water. If so, he
    • transforms the sentence. If the heart is motivated by
    • which is related to water's formative force. This formative
    • force of water forms the solid organs in us from the liquid
    • become liquid, from which the organs are formed. All our
    • sharply contoured organs are formed out of the liquid
    • element. This formative force terminates once we tread the
    • Guardian: Where is the water's formative force which
    • My life extinguishes it, as long as the spirit forms me.
    • formative force), as long as the spirit forms me.
    • beginning to form.
    • long as” and forms the sentence in a prideful, arrogant
    • mantric verses is innerly certain and meaningfully formed.
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    • all liquidity which forms us, which makes us grow, from which
    • all our organs are formed – the second, the
    • answer forms in us to what the Guardian of the Threshold is
    • Where is water's forming force, which pervaded
    • My life dismisses it, as long as the spirit forms me.
    • support, to the formative force of the fluids in us, to the
    • growth process, in all that forms our organism, also in all
    • touches us as men in the form of three hierarchies, just as
    • formulated and the repetitions contained in them, to awaken
    • would be thrown formlessly in all directions if the
    • Second is water, which provides us with formative
    • What becomes of water's formative force, which
    • What becomes of the water's formative force, which
    • Then a new form resounds – not different in
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    • recognized as one which brings down its information from the
    • the former exoteric one. 
    • what has been sent to us from the spiritual world in the form
    • now have formed the content of these esoteric lessons.
    • which we recognize our own being, and therewith the true form
    • what becomes of the water's formative force, which acts
    • What becomes of water's formative force,
    • warmth; in the element of water, which forms us as humans,
    • which gives form to our organs, causing them to develop and
    • hopes that from the harmonies the I will be so formed that
    • transformed into will-forces. The soul feels the cosmic
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    • becomes magically illuminated by the cloud formations and the
    • here in the cloud formation
    • [red in the cloud formation].
    • penetrated them through the rainbow, what they have transformed
    • with the rays of the sun, and transformed into love. Now we see
    • Exusiai, Dynamis, Kyriotetes receive from them and transform into
    • which was there before is transformed into spiritual
    • about it. I wish to inform those who have written in this way,
    • — that every such letter can form its own answer as being a
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    • souls in picture form.  
    • three together, the three choirs forming one choir —
    • for the world the gods are forming with their divine speech, do
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    • Which are formed from cosmic souls?
    • hierarchies. They form and shape everything in the kingdoms
    • formative forces:
    • Which are formed from cosmic souls?
    • The formative forces of the Cherubim glow;
    • Thinking soul-forming at work:
    • Which are formed from cosmic souls?
    • The formative forces of the Cherubim glow;
    • Thinking soul-forming at work:
    • Which are formed from cosmic souls?
    • The formative forces of the Cherubim glow;
    • Thinking soul-forming at work:
    • We must form a picture which is otherwise
    • light, and can form the verb “to live” from
    • life, so also can one form the word “to body”
    • Which are formed from cosmic souls?
    • The formative forces of the Cherubim glow;
    • Thinking soul-forming at work:
    • observance of rules I informed you of at the beginning and
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    • formed together with me as the Christmas impulse was that the
    • would form an esoteric nucleus for all the esoteric work in the
    • cloud formation taking shape, it becomes human-like, not
    • Where from earthly matter, form on form,
    • Where from earthly matter, form on form,
    • In the cosmic formative forces
    • In the cosmic formative forces
    • feeling, thinking in their true form — the Guardian
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
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    • to the new members are duty bound to inform them of the
    • luminously emerged as though from a spiritual cloud-like form.
    • first beast — the true spiritual form of our willing,
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • Dirty-red its form appears to you;
    • struggle upward to overcome the ghostly form of the third
    • beast, do we ascend more and more to the purely angelic form of
    • half alive, it is basically only an image-form in us. And only
    • varied ways he shows us what he first showed us in the forms of
    • the beasts, what he then showed us in the form as it pertains
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    • into our selfhood. Seeming transforms itself into being. It
    • p.m. a eurythmy performance. The speech course is at 12 o'clock
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    • darkness transform us into matter, but to stand firmly in our
    • everything is of a fluid nature. Our own formative forces are
    • formed in us by the fluid element. Just as we feel the earth as
    • are formed as human beings out of the fluid element. It creates
    • the formative forces for us. Our lungs and our livers are
    • solidly formed, but they solidify from out of the fluid
    • our organs, that the water element forms us as human beings.
    • still consists of formations which do not reach the soul;
    • water-beings form us, are our “sculptors”. When we
    • abstract form, how they rang out to us from all sides of
    • Speech Formation and drama; in the afternoon at 3:30 p.m. the
    • performance. The next Esoteric Lesson, in which the Michael
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    • driven it into us. He showed us the animal form of our willing,
    • Transform into courage of soul.
    • gives us: memory-image-forms. We must seize these image-forms,
    • The image-forms of memory only;
    • Transform into courage of soul.
    • The image-forms of memory alone;
    • first, we only retain the wonderful, all-embracing forms of the
    • world. But when we only retain these forms in feeling, our
    • we always only stare, feeling, at what has been formed in the
    • The world's forms you only retain
    • When world-form feels itself in you,
    • earth's weighty problems. We retain what is formed on the earth
    • interweaving of forms and gestalt with love.
    • not yet gotten over forming mere thoughts about light's shining
    • The world's forms you only retain
    • feelings only what is so wonderfully formed by the world is
    • alive. At first the forming of the world is apprehended in the
    • When world-form feels itself in you
    • — that is, not when we sense the world-form with our
    • feelings, but when the world-form penetrates us, the macrocosm
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    • the mantras inform the new members concerning the contents of
    • the physical human form, in human souls, in human spirits, what
    • love flowing to this or that being. Because we feel it, we form
    • Experience the head's cosmic form
    • that we stop and feel the head's cosmic form in this closed,
    • form of thoughts during earthly existence. 
    • The senses' multi-forming heaven-weave;
    • multi-forming heaven-weave”, so feeling becomes something
    • The senses' multi-formed heaven's interweaving.
    • twelve o'clock tomorrow is the Speech Formation course; at
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    • incarnation and form our heads, all of  which makes the
    • belongs to this. [The drawing of the red rotating form and the
    • thinking. We observe human will transformed into its reality
    • human will transform itself;
    • human will transform itself;
    • human will transform itself;
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    • “The True Form of the Social Question.”
    • question as it comes to the fore in its true form today when
    • transformation takes place in the human body. Just observe what
    • formation in the human body takes place towards adolescence.
    • been transformed into a social awareness. Earlier, class
    • human performance was evaluated but monetary increase of
    • which can in turn take on other forms. If you look at science
    • can look back to a time when the form of science within the
    • Proletariat having a specific form. The spiritual awareness of
    • discourse at the centre of various forms of the social question
    • made people a form of goods, namely labour. A method needs to
    • reform it, not understand the social organism correctly. Today
    • their true form, how attempts at finding solutions could be
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    • particular form is experienced through expressions
    • characteristic, particular form of the social question coming
    • operative systems working side by side in the human form. These
    • nourishment is transformed in the third natural system within
    • Economic life has in our modern time taken on particular forms.
    • socializing of its original form. This needs consideration.
    • giving it an economic form as well, need consideration out of
    • which continue in every human action by transforming products
    • can be transformed into the totality of economic life, applied
    • unionism, but in a higher form. This cooperative trade unionism
    • in the form of a sketch. In the following lectures, I will
    • to be formed in which human equality can be realized, so too
    • which can only develop itself in a freer form. Out of a certain
    • formation of the economic life and from the formation of
    • forms.
    • brought for healing, to form a healthy social organism. The
    • in another form to some people on whom one wanted to depend
    • necessary transformation of outer politics of states under one
    • obvious form modern life has taken on through technology and
    • initiative forms of the spiritual, independent spiritual
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    • in a really, one could call it, in a scientific form which it
    • felt more resigned, but the question still arose: ‘What form of
    • form of the social organism can actually be observed within
    • can be formulated in the following way. It can be said: ‘This
    • have any formulation that would resemble a future state or a
    • formulation, the specific point of view and thoughts on the one
    • habits, has developed thought forms which prove extremely
    • comprehensive reformation, reforming the understanding of the
    • humanity at present, standing within the thought forms and
    • result is that this kind of thinking becomes transformed into
    • — often masked in a variety of forms, completely
    • management of ordinary trade. Life however is uniform. It can
    • Now everyday life takes on a form which has nothing to do with
    • This is what lives as the first true form of the social
    • takes on the form of images of revelation, images which express
    • uniformed state just like one would try to do with the human
    • formed social organism, or in an organism found all over the
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    • actually gives a social form to our current life.
    • distinguishable from the former, which we today describe as the
    • only social form, namely the state. As a result of them moving
    • thinking earned quite a particular form as a result, in these
    • grasp community life superficially, will take on gigantic forms
    • the given forms. So it could happen that this struggle towards
    • social organism to form itself instinctively. Because the
    • form, it is necessary right there, necessary as the most
    • organism into a living form, a form which will allow humanity
    • necessary liberation, so that one of the three forms are not
    • formed out of ways of thinking, habits of thinking. It
    • the state organism and this formed itself as by necessity in
    • go into this form of political state which will regulate
    • lively into abstract forms, even if from a one-sided view in
    • and on each other, then a healthy social life will be formed.
    • but a formulation of relationships is to be presented here.
    • on are formed by stripping off what had been inherited from the
    • prejudice of how a constitutional state should be formed. What
    • be formed through human beings; such associations and
    • always appear in practical form. One only comes to an
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    • more clearly than what formerly had been discussed and
    • taking abstractions drawn from outer life and forming something
    • just as through abstract principles the Homunculus was formed,
    • nature of development it must prepare the form of the social
    • from a social structure formed out of a life many experience as
    • uniform abstract formulation, should be seen in a threefold
    • has formed that the socially disadvantaged class can expect
    • classification was based on some or other form of prejudice.
    • — You should not consider her formulation but what kind
    • also in relation to the desired formation of the social
    • concepts, which in fact makes out the form of one of the
    • this way one arrives at the true form of one of the members of
    • Through this we come to the true form of the second modern
    • must orientate the formation of prices, which has actual worth
    • prepared and what strives towards revelation and form in our
    • long ago that the social question has taken on its present form
    • the social intentions/will and its focus for the future form of
    • Steiner: What you have claimed has taken on a form as a result
    • relatively independent formation, on the one hand of the
    • present in some or other form as well — particularly
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  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture VI: What Significance does Work have for the Modern Proletarian?
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    • social situation, should form the base for this modern
    • circles, when Rosa informed the people: ‘There is nothing which
    • This right, however, is turned into power, transformed within
    • those branches of the spiritual life which form the foundation
    • transportation, money purely as a commodity is the only form in
    • colouring, what special form their demands took as modern
    • meant only in a different form because he believes it is
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • in the form of ritual to the eyes of the spectators. And what they saw
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • action and the music — albeit in a form not always understood. I
    • of our ancient forefathers whose form was very unlike our own. As I
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • This was a theme which Richard Wagner could reproduce in the form of
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • in evolution: love that is dependent upon uniformity of flesh and
    • freedom. The former represented the power of Jehovah, whose
    • in simple dialogue form what the pupils of the Grail were made to
    • gaze — these together form the cross. To the pupils of the Grail
    • transformed. The idea living in the minds of the Knights of the Grail
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • The information contained in text-books on the history of philosophy
    • eyes of men was brought down in more ancient times merely in the form
    • in the form of revelation. There is no fundamental difference between
    • already beginning to assume a more intellectual form. Now in those
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • form it afterwards assumed, but adhered to all the more firmly because
    • Jesus in the form of an abstract dogma laid down by the Councils and
    • of Isis, performing all the ritual acts still possible at that time,
  • Title: Community Building
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • Movement in just any sort of form. On the contrary, the same
    • source which gave form to the Anthroposophical ideas, as the
    • striven to incorporate in external form, to image forth in the
    • in each plastic form, in each color there was embodied this
    • paintings and forms of the auditorium, and the stage was in the
    • out of the architectural and sculptural forms. If one stood on
    • the platform and spoke with one's whole heart out of the
    • every molded form, was something that responded, that spoke
    • and will with these forms — which were molded so
    • which can never be replaced by any sort of thought-forms, any
    • of the prerequisites for the formation of an Anthroposophical
    • form.
    • mean to say, we have a form of community which nature herself
    • we owe to language in the formation of the first primitive
    • unites human beings and forms a community on a certain external
    • Rittelmeyer here from this platform during these days was of
    • which speaks to us in the form of the ritual, whether in
    • pictured in copy in genuine and true ritualistic forms. What,
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    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • deliver a lecture in the form of a general discussion —
    • what is in the sense world. You must learn to transform your
    • form judgments that must apply to a supersensible world, this
    • do not transform the soul into the state that is necessary in
    • certain sense a transformation of soul. Some people, however,
    • in gradually expanded form as a spiritual-science, as an
    • form or another at the time when the foundations were at the
    • with what was said by the speakers from the platform. And I
    • have gathered together to form the cloud that has hung over us
    • in mathematical formulae in comparison with space from the
    • a statement made yesterday from this platform to which I was
    • Religion, which in its more ancient forms does not rest upon a
    • formation of an independent association called The Free
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 1: Evolution and Consciousness, Lucifer, Ahriman
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    • well, but in an entirely different form. During that Moon
    • form that preceded the present one, the human being, the
    • in the forming of clouds. That is how the human ancestor
    • ancestor was unable to form ideas independently of the
    • able to think. The older form of thinking in images had
    • The mineral kingdom had the function to transform this
    • pre-earthly form of thinking into our earthly way of
    • forming ideas on the basis of thought. Within the great
    • to feel themselves connected, in forming those ideas that
    • human form. This anthropomorphism takes over whenever
    • spirits that should only have influenced the old form of
    • change of subject but we are obliged to inform you of all
    • This journal sent him the following information:
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 2: East, West, and the Culture of Middle Europe, the Science of Initiation
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    • In that form it travelled westward through Greece and
    • them in the form of a tradition or through the written
    • said that I had only ever seen the former emperor briefly
    • humankind can be brought to an abstract uniformity. That
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 3: Political Empires
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    • that then, too, people formed certain kinds of
    • the human being should be changed or transformed to
    • things and to form ideas that have their basis in
    • form an opinion about the identity of their ruler.
    • ruler had been such that the outer physical form was
    • on earth in human form. In this respect the earliest
    • about in physical form but also gods. The divine world
    • continuing in an outer form and losing their inner
    • priest performed the act of transubstantiation. The god
    • is evident that a whole empire was formed in such a way
    • performed in them reflected what went on in the spiritual
    • realms. The rituals performed were spiritual events
    • ritual acts and the like performed on earth Were
    • about in human form. During the third stage one can only
    • were looking for something that appeared in human form,
    • on the original language — were formed and used on
    • body in magical body in magical rites, transforming it
    • walking the earth in human form. We must therefore
    • form but in the form it has when we rise to spiritual
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    • as regards the way they form ideas, present-day people
    • only suitable for the forming of ideas during the Middle
    • sensibilities and forming ideas. These are the people who
    • things need to be considered in forming an opinion on
    • interpretation in Leninism and Trotskyism in a form that
    • in any form, totally disregarding what is demanded of us
    • form ideas, except for sensory powers — have come
    • waves, in the way clouds are formed, in the rising and
    • rebirth — I am showing it in diagrammatic form
    • light in its true form. Gnosis — one is supposed to
    • towards anthroposophy to form sufficiently clear ideas;
    • in human minds, in the form of dreams, may or may not be
    • to its true form when the pre-existence concept, of a
    • time the priest performs the consecration at the altar
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 5: How the Material Can Be Understood Only through the Spirit
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    • relationship to these. In diagrammatic form I would draw
    • less physical form where they extend from the brain
    • outer form and configuration depends entirely on these
    • transformed body of our previous incarnation, our
    • transformation. It is more perfect, more finished in a
    • very lively way. The arms of our former life have become
    • you are looking at the transformed body of your previous
    • transformed body of the preceding life — you must
    • now is the transformed organism of the last life lived on
    • understand it in its transformed non-physical form, our
    • form in connection with a number of things that can help
    • other interests, may form; a spiritual movement may even
    • Note 36 ] It now forms part of
    • give form, vigour and content to the whole. To continue
    • to be found? It takes a certain form and people fail to
    • forming a nucleus for the threefold order.’ No, it
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 6: Materialism and Mysticism, Knowledge as a Deed of the Soul
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    • spirit, to present it in material form. Materialism has
    • journals where people are informed as to what is
    • serious account when we form our ideas of the present,
    • informed about these things and out of this very
    • knowledge gain the power to transform materialistic
    • materialism has to offer. We cannot transform, say, the
    • people imagine. This can only be transformed with the aid
    • transforms itself. Materialism can be metamorphosed into
    • phenomenon, as a form of manifestation. Matter is not
    • cloud formations, the contents of the three kingdoms
    • heart and there to become transformed into something that
    • every organic form that goes through its complex chemism
    • ground, the cloud formations, brown or grey earth and so
    • transformed. What we see through the telescope are the
    • material processes active in the highest form of
    • line, in form, in configuration. Then it becomes the
    • ways of a child, forming ideas in play, has to be called
    • form to the brain of a child is far greater than the
    • name, using the old forms of speech, but imposes the
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  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 7: Materialism, Mysticism, Anthroposophy, Liberalism, Conservatism
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    • cloud formations, rivers and mountains we see, nothing of
    • matter of the earth. This form of self-perception takes
    • formed since AD 140. Physicists are actually teaching
    • form of childishness. a have given it the name that may
    • true form from beyond the threshold. If however that
    • which have formed in public life in our everyday world.
    • he is to follow in the Society of Jesus, forming a
    • to show that Jesuitism forms a party that follows a
    • is to transform purely theoretical things into the
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 8: The Opposition of Knowledge and Faith, Its Overcoming
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    • crossed. Human associations were formed, in a way, that
    • was that a form of divine knowledge was presented to
    • us, if you make use of the power we provide in the form
    • the form of spiritual vision. It is ripe for this
    • science to be transformed into a way of taking hold of
    • rigid terms and that is why we now see forms of socialism
    • has to be prepared before one forms an idea of the
    • create new social forms, has many enemies. You can guess
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 9: East, West, and Middle
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    • form. At that time human beings experienced themselves as
    • in their pure original form we would have to go a long
    • impotence also formed part of oriental nature. This is
    • and assuming its true form in the Roman world —
    • instance and even took such marvellous form as the
    • Occident will one day give form and substance to the
    • Tolstoy. There we see a concentrated form of something
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 10: Transition from the Luciferic to the Ahrimanic Age and the Christ Event to Come
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    • forces coming from quite different sources than the form of energies used
    • work — labour — had taken on quite a different form to what
    • had gone before. You can get an idea of the different forms it took if
    • may form the content of the human intellect.
    • on them, just as formerly it had depended on natural phenomena. These
    • intellect and comes to realization as it takes form in the products of
    • in the physical form of Christ Jesus, but now at the etheric level. If
    • My form is different from that of other life forms around me. I do not
    • human being? What kind of life form am I as I walk around on two legs? I
    • itself to humankind in those four forms. You cannot, however, use the
    • we do something about it this will form the basis for future earth lives
    • and this acts into higher levels, entering our awareness in form of
    • thoughts and ideas. Yet it arises in a form similar to fear. You will
    • as a form of nervousness, in a nervy, fidgety character — you will
  • Title: Polarities in Evolution: Lecture 11: Modern Science and Christianity, Threefold Social Order, Goetheanism
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    • begin with is more in form of concepts, of ideas. We must
    • a form that I also spoke of on the last occasion. It is
    • What form
    • did not find it possible to form such abstract ideas. He
    • fairy-tale images could be transformed into the real
    • to transform these images into concrete forms that would
    • must first of all show itself in associations formed in
    • the gold? Then the whole form of the Mixed King, a form



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