Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Anthroposophical Guidelines - 2
- related to #2"a man who is only soul cannot take into himself what streams forth out of the divine Spirit. for him it is foolishness; he cannot understand it, for it can only be comprehended in a spiritual way. the spiritual man, however, is capable of understanding everything, even if he himself is understood by no one....for to us are given the thoughts of Christ"From: Frank Thomas Smith <fts.trasla@...>
Sent: Friday, November 4, 2011 8:54 AM
Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Anthroposophical Guidelines - 22. Anthroposophy imparts knowledge obtained by spiritual means. Yet it only does this because everyday life and a science dependent only upon sense perception and intellectual activity lead to a boundary where the human being's soul must wither if it cannot cross. This everyday life and this science do not lead to the boundary in a way that one is prevented from crossing it; rather at this boundary of sense perception the view of the spiritual world is revealed by the soul itself.