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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the following way: When Man wakes up in the morning and his ego and
    • experiences in his astral body and his ego, but not in the ordinary
    • 4. Ego = perception of the echo of the Zodiac
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • secondly of etheric body, thirdly of astral body, fourthly of ego. But
    • ego.
    • into the single point of the ego something that, filled out by the
    • whole world from this single point of his ego, were he not to rise
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the following way: When Man wakes up in the morning and his ego and
    • experiences in his astral body and his ego, but not in the ordinary
    • 4. Ego = perception of the echo of the Zodiac
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • secondly of etheric body, thirdly of astral body, fourthly of ego. But
    • ego.
    • into the single point of the ego something that, filled out by the
    • whole world from this single point of his ego, were he not to rise
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • take into account not only human egoism and competition, but also this
    • his Ego and looks back upon the physical and etheric bodies, we shall
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • take into account not only human egoism and competition, but also this
    • his Ego and looks back upon the physical and etheric bodies, we shall
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • egotistical to excess.
    • begotten according to the flesh. In the case of the other, who was a
    • away at the preceding stages. In the sense of the foregoing, what is
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • of the “ego” into the evolution of mankind. If we trace the
    • ego through the evolution of mankind, we can say that in the
    • character only became possible when into that ego was thrown, as it
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha may be within the human ego and which is
    • man to re-enter the physical body, in which alone the ego could be won
    • as free and independent ego, whereas formerly all that made man an ego
    • man should find his ego, his independence. And when the spiritual
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • there was no such human ego as is usually to be found, and certainly
    • highly evolved ego as that of Zarathustra. In the Luke-Jesus there
    • into itself the experience of an ego, for this can only be obtained
    • It was this soul which, instead of an ego, was incarnated in the
    • with a soul that is only ego-like, one that naturally acts as an ego
    • yet quite different from an ordinary ego. I have already mentioned the
    • Matthew-Jesus, in whom lived the Zarathustra ego, grew up until his
    • Zarathustra ego, and that in the twelfth year of the Luke-Jesus his
    • body was taken possession of by that same Zarathustra-ego. That is the
    • the Zarathustra ego within him up to his thirtieth year; that the
    • Zarathustra ego then left the body of the Luke-Jesus, and all its
    • through by all that the Zarathustra ego had acquired through many
    • understand what sort of a body was needed for this Christ-Ego to be
    • human body in which nothing like a Zarathustra ego lived. It is
    • manner, why he is the best teacher for the human ego, why he
    • represents, so to speak, a victory over the ego, why he appears so
    • the ego of Zarathustra and the spirit of Krishna, were united in the
    • as an ego, but one who spoke from those sources from which Krishna at
    • Christ is not as such a human ego belonging to mankind, but to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • sense entirely egoistical and by no means without danger for spiritual
    • what is in the Bible’ — that would be Egoism. Such men would only
    • call an Ego, an ‘ I ’. But because he has this higher principle
    • Ego, hence it is not yet burdened with desires, passions or instincts. Its
    • (the vehicle of joy, passions and so forth), and the Ego, the bearer of
    • body and astral body, were in existence long before the Ego, which was
    • the Ego began to be incorporated into this three-fold nature, another being
    • man, the Ego developed. So that the cleft that would seem to lie between the
    • process of the penetration of the Ego into the entire nature and being of
    • incorporation of the Ego, step by step, then the Bible illuminates what is
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • sense entirely egoistical and by no means without danger for spiritual
    • what is in the Bible’ — that would be Egoism. Such men would only
    • call an Ego, an ‘ I ’. But because he has this higher principle
    • Ego, hence it is not yet burdened with desires, passions or instincts. Its
    • (the vehicle of joy, passions and so forth), and the Ego, the bearer of
    • body and astral body, were in existence long before the Ego, which was
    • the Ego began to be incorporated into this three-fold nature, another being
    • man, the Ego developed. So that the cleft that would seem to lie between the
    • process of the penetration of the Ego into the entire nature and being of
    • incorporation of the Ego, step by step, then the Bible illuminates what is
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • differentiation. It is permeated by the forces of the Ego. — That
    • Warmth-organism        Ego
    • The warmth-organism is paramountly the field of the Ego. The Ego
    • and activity of the soul unless we remember that the Ego works
    • directly upon the warmth. It is primarily the Ego in man which
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of will, send these
    • warmth-organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works upon
    • into an organism — is the Ego.
    • warmth-organism, his Ego gives rise to what comes to expression when
    • And now we come to the Ego. This human Ego, which by way of the will
    • similar way of the Ego and the warmth-organism.
    • interpenetrates, and because the Ego is in the warmth-organism it also
    • warmth-organism, permeated as it is with the forces of the Ego, also
    • the Ego works in the circulating blood. It works in the circulating
    • the Ego and the astral body are outside. But in the sleeping human
    • understand the connection of the Ego with the astral body and with the
    • whole organism. During sleep, when the Ego and the astral body are
    • warmth-organism in which the Ego otherwise works. These elements are
    • a way during sleep as during the waking state, when the Ego and the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • himself connected with his bodily nature. As an Ego he would feel no
    • at death the etheric body, the astral body, and the Ego emerge from
    • with all the impressions we have had. Our Ego was living in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • fructification by the will which rises up from his egohood, there
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
    • egotistical action is different from an action permeated by love.
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • Thought and Tone; Ego and circulating Blood. — Man in the sleeping
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • considering British proposals for peace negotiations. Under these
    • spiritual-intellectual being as astral body and ego, and during this
    • negotiated in 1897 by President Faure of France and Czar Nicolas II
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • considering British proposals for peace negotiations. Under these
    • spiritual-intellectual being as astral body and ego, and during this
    • negotiated in 1897 by President Faure of France and Czar Nicolas II
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • it is the ‘I’, the ego, of man which alone has made it possible
    • physical world of sense, but that the ego was the last member of his
    • ego. Many things we have heard in the course of time will have made it
    • ego-development, he must have passed through a stage where he
    • of the ego; he lived within this evolutionary process, waiting, as it
    • were, for the later bestowal of his ego. Rightly understood, this
    • received his ego. These happenings belong to an epoch preceding that
    • of the development of the ego. This is of great significance, for if
    • man had passed through a phase of evolution before receiving his ego,
    • same sense as what has happened since the bestowal of the ego
    • There are beings who obviously have no ego in the human sense, namely,
    • and astral body only, whereas man has the ego in addition. Man passed
    • received his ego, we cannot attribute to him what we now do in
    • judged as it is to be judged today, when he has an ego. In the last
    • stage of transition, when man was on the point of receiving his ego,
    • actually at the point of receiving his ego. This temptation was a deed
    • to which man yielded before the period of ego-development but which has
    • real sense, was the sinner? Not man as an ego-endowed being. Through
    • now he has his ego. At that time, therefore, he sinned with his astral
    • prior to that of ego-development and is entirely different in
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • it is the ‘I’, the ego, of man which alone has made it possible
    • physical world of sense, but that the ego was the last member of his
    • ego. Many things we have heard in the course of time will have made it
    • ego-development, he must have passed through a stage where he
    • of the ego; he lived within this evolutionary process, waiting, as it
    • were, for the later bestowal of his ego. Rightly understood, this
    • received his ego. These happenings belong to an epoch preceding that
    • of the development of the ego. This is of great significance, for if
    • man had passed through a phase of evolution before receiving his ego,
    • same sense as what has happened since the bestowal of the ego
    • There are beings who obviously have no ego in the human sense, namely,
    • and astral body only, whereas man has the ego in addition. Man passed
    • received his ego, we cannot attribute to him what we now do in
    • judged as it is to be judged today, when he has an ego. In the last
    • stage of transition, when man was on the point of receiving his ego,
    • actually at the point of receiving his ego. This temptation was a deed
    • to which man yielded before the period of ego-development but which has
    • real sense, was the sinner? Not man as an ego-endowed being. Through
    • now he has his ego. At that time, therefore, he sinned with his astral
    • prior to that of ego-development and is entirely different in
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  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • COSMIC EGO AND HUMAN EGO
    • Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
    • with the gradual incorporation of the human ego. For this
    • incorporation of the human ego into the nature of man is the whole
    • the Ego, and join this Ego to the other principal members of human
    • the ego which he has acquired — with all that the human being has
    • refined form within the human being. But by that time the Ego, which
    • post-Atlantean period, the Greco-Latin time, this ego of man had
    • between the human ego and the three members of man's soul nature: the
    • consciousness soul. Chiefly within these three members the human ego
    • the consciousness soul the pure ego can come to expression quite
    • time in an epoch in which this ego has the great and special mission
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • evolution of his ego where, out of his own forces, he really can
    • the Earth evolution man should develop his ego; and he will have had
    • same relation to the Spirit-Self that he has to the ego on earth. If
    • he cannot relate himself to it as to the ego. Of our ego we say: We
    • ourself; but we shall say: Our ego has developed to a certain stage,
    • and only upon Jupiter will it appear as our own being, as our ego now
    • astral body. Within these I have my ego, the essential earth
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  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • COSMIC EGO AND HUMAN EGO
    • Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
    • with the gradual incorporation of the human ego. For this
    • incorporation of the human ego into the nature of man is the whole
    • the Ego, and join this Ego to the other principal members of human
    • the ego which he has acquired — with all that the human being has
    • refined form within the human being. But by that time the Ego, which
    • post-Atlantean period, the Greco-Latin time, this ego of man had
    • between the human ego and the three members of man's soul nature: the
    • consciousness soul. Chiefly within these three members the human ego
    • the consciousness soul the pure ego can come to expression quite
    • time in an epoch in which this ego has the great and special mission
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • evolution of his ego where, out of his own forces, he really can
    • the Earth evolution man should develop his ego; and he will have had
    • same relation to the Spirit-Self that he has to the ego on earth. If
    • he cannot relate himself to it as to the ego. Of our ego we say: We
    • ourself; but we shall say: Our ego has developed to a certain stage,
    • and only upon Jupiter will it appear as our own being, as our ego now
    • astral body. Within these I have my ego, the essential earth
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  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • the capacities thus won by his Ego in waking consciousness. But what
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • the capacities thus won by his Ego in waking consciousness. But what
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • spiritual element is mingled with egoistic, human interests, bringing
    • members submitted a thesis on “The Relation of the Ego to
    • that this thesis on the relation of the Ego to Thinking has any
    • foregone conclusion that this particular section would have been trusted to
    • on The Relation of the Ego to Thinking ... but the university town
    • external compulsion, as is the case in the relation of the Ego to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • allegorical or symbolical interpretation but rather allowing what is actually
    • the “ I,” the Ego. At some future time I will elaborate this
    • the “ I,” the Ego: for his actual entrance into
    • being now reaches back to the awakening of this Ego — the
    • Luciferic Ego — so, later on, he will see, as in an Imagination,
    • another Ego, another “ I ” before him. This will come about
    • another point of time, when the “Christ-Ego” appears, in
    • contrast to the Luciferic Ego. Instead of the one point, there will be
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • the existence, as it were, of a Divine Ego, external to the human
    • being. Men must recognise this Divine Ego, must realise that it rays
    • into the human “ I ”. That this Divine Ego rises up within
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • wonder beyond the field of the “ I,” of the ordinary Ego,
    • nature of egotism when they manifest in a human being enclosed in a
    • The principle of Egotism has to be overcome in Earth-evolution. The
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • must be added, namely, the Ego, the “ I.” This is the
    • “ I,” the Ego.
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • “forces” begotten of thoughts or feelings — these
    • or Ego can unfold either selfishness or selflessness in the
    • traces in him. Especially is it true of forces begotten of selfless
    • themselves move into a higher category and withdraw from the
    • future, therefore, the forces of form, the forms begotten by thoughts
    • the forms begotten of selfless thoughts and feelings — especially
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • series of lectures under one category and heading. They are like
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • beings, ego-beings, whom he perceived around him as his companions. As
    • brightening of the day-consciousness and the development of the ego.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • astral body and ego he wandered about the spiritual world. He was
    • plus the ego, but the physical body still looked quite different. We
    • the ego was still wholly outside of man. People were entirely
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • body, and ego, has his ego as his highest member. This ego descended
    • the ego. But we know also that this innermost essence will evolve
    • on the Sun, the astral on the Moon, and the ego on the Earth. The true
    • Veda. When the word of the ego resounds, the fourth part of the Vach
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    • etheric and an astral body, not only the ego in its first beginnings,
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • Let us recall the foregoing lecture. There we saw how man's lower
    • were, and he came to the point of grasping his ego there. When he
    • germ of the ego could originate in the being of man.
    • Together they produced Horus. Isis and Osiris begot the child, which
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • ego — cooperated in a definite way as the really spiritual
    • etheric body, or the astral, or the ego, could work especially
    • and also ego-men, strongly marked ego-men. Each man showed what
    • race of birds. Where the ego grew strong, a being evolved that should
    • actually be called a union of the three other natures, for the ego
    • finally, the predominating forces of the ego, the true human nature.
    • combinations. For example, the physical, astral, and ego might be
    • mankind. Then there were beings in whom the etheric, astral, and ego
    • Those human beings in whom the physical, astral, and ego predominated,
    • the etheric, astral, and ego predominated, are the physical ancestors
    • that such pictures should not be regarded as allegories, that their
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • night; we would have lived, so to say, in Osiris with our ego. We
    • lap of Osiris, or in the lap of Isis, where we again united our ego
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • an ego-consciousness there, such as he had in this life. He is not yet
    • today in its three sheaths was embodied in the same way in a foregoing
    • bodies in which the ego-being of Jesus formerly abode, a Being was
    • received an ego. Only in the physical body could he kindle the
    • of man's ego did it happen that man descended. In respect to his ego
    • man stems from the gods. This ego descended out of the spiritual
    • body that has given man his self-conscious ego, that has made it
    • Before he achieved his ego, man had physical body, etheric body, and
    • astral body. As the ego gradually evolved in these three bodies, it
    • etheric, astral, and ego work on it. In a certain way all the organs
    • for example. Through the fact that the ego became ever more conscious
    • hand. The ego gained predominance in the man-form. All the organs are
    • adapted to man's higher members. When the ego entered into the astral
    • organ may stem from the fact that an ego made its entry upon the
    • earth. On the moon, no ego was connected with the beings in human
    • body. It is not bound up with the ego, but the ego works on the astral
    • grasp man's ego-development. Such a picture was intended to shape his
    • was not yet endowed with the ego. Before the ego was secreted into the
    • light-flowing astral body was permeated by the ego. Before the ego
    • was quite pure. But egoism entered with the advent of the ego, and the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • body, which in turn transmits them to the ego. But these impressions
    • ego, he slips out of his physical and etheric bodies during the night.
    • member, the ego, into what he brought with him at the beginning of
    • shown how this ego permeates the astral body, claims it for itself so
    • It is a deed of the higher beings that this ego was implanted in the
    • implanting the ego in the astral body.
    • with egohood by certain sublime beings who had their dwellings mainly
    • ego. But there were certain other beings who, during the Saturn, Sun,
    • take part in this organizing of the ego. They could do only what they
    • instincts and passions, and with egoism. We must heed this fact that
    • ego-feeling. What this caused in the etheric body was all that
    • ego is the blood. What works physically in the forces of the blood is
    • the physical expression of the ego. In the course of evolution too
    • strong a measure of egoism made its appearance, which means that the
    • egohood impressed the blood too powerfully. This “surplus”
    • of egoism had to be expelled again if spirituality was to be restored
    • egoism. In the same moment when the Redeemer's blood flowed on
    • superfluity of egoism passed over into the spiritual world. The
    • superfluous egoism had to vanish from the world, and the impulse for
    • this was given on Golgotha. In place of egoism, universal human love
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    • death there was an ego. The ego reached back for centuries in the
    • memory. The ego reached as far as the blood flowed down, from the
    • remotest ancestors to the descendants. At that time the group-ego was
    • ego. The modern man no longer can form any conception of this. In
    • say, the ego that flowed with the blood through the generations. Only
    • If we think of the single individuals, the single egos, as little
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • being — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • life of feeling. Feelings fall into two categories: those of pleasure
    • the physical, etheric, astral bodies and the ego — are worlds
    • ego form one world; the other is the higher World, the Heaven world.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • being — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • life of feeling. Feelings fall into two categories: those of pleasure
    • the physical, etheric, astral bodies and the ego — are worlds
    • ego form one world; the other is the higher World, the Heaven world.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • evolve. For the only way to learn to know the human being in his Ego
    • the recognition of the Ego, of which I have just spoken, there will
    • will learn to know one another as Ego-beings.
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • evolve. For the only way to learn to know the human being in his Ego
    • the recognition of the Ego, of which I have just spoken, there will
    • will learn to know one another as Ego-beings.
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • human ego or I. In the Lemurian age the sense organs would have
    • and willing. In the post-Atlantean period the human ego itself was
    • Because the ego or I at this time was to take its place as a living factor in
    • ego and the powers of the cosmos lest it become their plaything. This
    • might have happened. The ego might have so developed that it could not
    • those who felt the coming derangement of the ego, so that although all
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • the illumination of what preserves the integrity of the ego toward the
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • suffering disorder through the ego itself. Then, standing in this space, is
    • harmony the ego that was to come into the world.
    • this human ego, through the fourth Christ event, the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • human ego or I. In the Lemurian age the sense organs would have
    • and willing. In the post-Atlantean period the human ego itself was
    • Because the ego or I at this time was to take its place as a living factor in
    • ego and the powers of the cosmos lest it become their plaything. This
    • might have happened. The ego might have so developed that it could not
    • those who felt the coming derangement of the ego, so that although all
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • the illumination of what preserves the integrity of the ego toward the
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • suffering disorder through the ego itself. Then, standing in this space, is
    • harmony the ego that was to come into the world.
    • this human ego, through the fourth Christ event, the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • only egoism, and spiritual science makes every effort to lead men away
    • from egoism. Even Aristotle considered it ridiculous to maintain that the
    • satisfied egoism, but even were this so in the first place it could still be
    • first place only as a satisfaction of egoism, yet we can look upon it as the
    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • satisfaction of his egoism, he can — because his forces are harmonized
    • to connect his fortune with his ego, with his individuality. Yet, even if he
    • cannot directly connect it with his ego as external happenings that
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    • only egoism, and spiritual science makes every effort to lead men away
    • from egoism. Even Aristotle considered it ridiculous to maintain that the
    • satisfied egoism, but even were this so in the first place it could still be
    • first place only as a satisfaction of egoism, yet we can look upon it as the
    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • satisfaction of his egoism, he can — because his forces are harmonized
    • to connect his fortune with his ego, with his individuality. Yet, even if he
    • cannot directly connect it with his ego as external happenings that
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    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • as explained above, the ego retains this sympathy and extends the same
    • inner sympathy to the organs themselves. The ego spreads out
    • earliest childhood, indeed, the ego is in a certain relation to the
    • still prevailing; therefore the relation of the organs to the ego is a
    • When, later on, the ego slips with its astral body into the organs of
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • the physical heart, the ego takes a different path. It slides into the
    • the ego enters into that which has been formed from the union of the
    • is not all. Inasmuch as the ego has a relation of sympathy to all that
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    • brought with him, there Lives the ego, which, having passed through
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • as explained above, the ego retains this sympathy and extends the same
    • inner sympathy to the organs themselves. The ego spreads out
    • earliest childhood, indeed, the ego is in a certain relation to the
    • still prevailing; therefore the relation of the organs to the ego is a
    • When, later on, the ego slips with its astral body into the organs of
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • the physical heart, the ego takes a different path. It slides into the
    • the ego enters into that which has been formed from the union of the
    • is not all. Inasmuch as the ego has a relation of sympathy to all that
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    • which is the actual bearer of the Ego, i.e. the human Self. This human
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • special super-sensible nature of the human ego. It happens that the human
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • develop until the fourth life stage. But on the other hand, the ego carries
    • on its evolution throughout a series of incarnations. If the ego possessed
    • ego forces possible. But it enters this earthly life after having spent
    • body by the ego earlier than was destined by the being of the essential
    • focuses his attention upon the difference in the activity of the ego in the
    • world, the world out of which human astral life and the human ego
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    • which is the actual bearer of the Ego, i.e. the human Self. This human
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • special super-sensible nature of the human ego. It happens that the human
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • develop until the fourth life stage. But on the other hand, the ego carries
    • on its evolution throughout a series of incarnations. If the ego possessed
    • ego forces possible. But it enters this earthly life after having spent
    • body by the ego earlier than was destined by the being of the essential
    • focuses his attention upon the difference in the activity of the ego in the
    • world, the world out of which human astral life and the human ego
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    • birth of soul and spirit, not in a figurative, allegorical sense, but
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    • birth of soul and spirit, not in a figurative, allegorical sense, but
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    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • we can say that this invisible man also contains the ego, the astral
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • stream from ego to astral body, to etheric body, to physical body
    • entire human being directly from the ego. An activity thus penetrates
    • us, a stream that flows directly from the ego into the nerve-sense
    • the ego but passing through the astral, etheric, and physical and
    • then to the ego. We have another stream that enters the physical
    • directly from the ego and then branches out over the whole body,
    • organism directly from the ego, proceeding from the ego into the
    • physical organization without mediation. The ego organization at
    • encounter him here on earth, we can say that the ego flows in the
    • blood. But the ego flows in such a way that it first ensouls its
    • etheric organizations, the ego streams through the physical
    • stream which, from the ego, takes hold of the physical organization
    • the breathing process. In the breathing process, the ego flows into
    • nerve-sense process, where the ego takes hold of the physical
    • organization directly. In the breathing process, the ego permeates
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
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    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • we can say that this invisible man also contains the ego, the astral
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • stream from ego to astral body, to etheric body, to physical body
    • entire human being directly from the ego. An activity thus penetrates
    • us, a stream that flows directly from the ego into the nerve-sense
    • the ego but passing through the astral, etheric, and physical and
    • then to the ego. We have another stream that enters the physical
    • directly from the ego and then branches out over the whole body,
    • organism directly from the ego, proceeding from the ego into the
    • physical organization without mediation. The ego organization at
    • encounter him here on earth, we can say that the ego flows in the
    • blood. But the ego flows in such a way that it first ensouls its
    • etheric organizations, the ego streams through the physical
    • stream which, from the ego, takes hold of the physical organization
    • the breathing process. In the breathing process, the ego flows into
    • nerve-sense process, where the ego takes hold of the physical
    • organization directly. In the breathing process, the ego permeates
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
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    • become abstract or wholly allegorical if it is once again compelled, I
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    • become abstract or wholly allegorical if it is once again compelled, I
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    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • that he could do so only at the price of increased egotism. By
    • could experience the human self, the human ego, far more strongly than
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
    • by remaining man, not by increasing his egotism or pride. It now
    • essence by descending into egotism or by rising into pride.”
    • strengthening his soul on the one mystery path that leads to egotism,
    • acquire the capacity of transcending egotism, of conquering egotism
    • into egotism and pride but that remains within the element of love.
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    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • that he could do so only at the price of increased egotism. By
    • could experience the human self, the human ego, far more strongly than
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
    • by remaining man, not by increasing his egotism or pride. It now
    • essence by descending into egotism or by rising into pride.”
    • strengthening his soul on the one mystery path that leads to egotism,
    • acquire the capacity of transcending egotism, of conquering egotism
    • into egotism and pride but that remains within the element of love.
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    • etheric or life-body, astral body and ego. Then, within the ego, he has the
    • and ego) developed in a far-distant past, which we term the Lemurian
    • body and ego.
    • body, astral body and ego, thence from spirit self to spirit man. But a
    • The ego, or true personality, too, can commit faults. The Paradise story
    • indicates the kind of fault through which an ego may fall. The human
    • being's higher soul became an ego when it descended from the bosom of
    • The higher soul, or individuality, can commit faults within the ego. These
    • ego-failures, which are different from those stemming from faulty
    • egotism. As a soul, he is descended from the Godhead, which is
    • incapable of egotism. A member of an organism never imagines itself
    • self-seeking, egotistic being. The ego naturally follows the body's
    • “evil” for any transgression that does not stem from the ego.
    • Evil is thus the fault proceeding from the ego. Trespass, or guilt, is the
    • The fault of the ego:
    • temptation. The ego is maintained, and undergoes development in the
    • “temptation,” nor the body of the ego fall in “evil.”
    • And with regard to the ego?
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    • etheric or life-body, astral body and ego. Then, within the ego, he has the
    • and ego) developed in a far-distant past, which we term the Lemurian
    • body and ego.
    • body, astral body and ego, thence from spirit self to spirit man. But a
    • The ego, or true personality, too, can commit faults. The Paradise story
    • indicates the kind of fault through which an ego may fall. The human
    • being's higher soul became an ego when it descended from the bosom of
    • The higher soul, or individuality, can commit faults within the ego. These
    • ego-failures, which are different from those stemming from faulty
    • egotism. As a soul, he is descended from the Godhead, which is
    • incapable of egotism. A member of an organism never imagines itself
    • self-seeking, egotistic being. The ego naturally follows the body's
    • “evil” for any transgression that does not stem from the ego.
    • Evil is thus the fault proceeding from the ego. Trespass, or guilt, is the
    • The fault of the ego:
    • temptation. The ego is maintained, and undergoes development in the
    • “temptation,” nor the body of the ego fall in “evil.”
    • And with regard to the ego?
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    • Spiritual Science must include this love — otherwise it leads to egoism.
    • revealed by life. Love of wisdom is not egoistic, for this love
    • life. The effect of Spiritual Science may be an extension of egoism
    • Our egoism gains nothing from deeds of love — but the world all the
    • Lack of interest in the world is egoism in its grossest form.
    • as egoists, we can deprive the future of creative forces; but we
    • great egoists unless the impulse of love, the Christ Impulse, is
    • added; only so can we acquire the power to overcome the egoism that may
    • egoism, will actually breed egoism that lasts even beyond death.
    • love and this love will overcome egoism. Such is its aim. But it must
    • egoism. The cosmos has its source and origin in love; egoism was the
    • possible. To man in the clutches of increasing egoism Christ brought
    • beings who were separated through egoism and selfishness. True in the
    • life through this Deed — a Deed performed, not out of egoism but
    • its roots in egoism — always and without exception. When, through
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    • Spiritual Science must include this love — otherwise it leads to egoism.
    • revealed by life. Love of wisdom is not egoistic, for this love
    • life. The effect of Spiritual Science may be an extension of egoism
    • Our egoism gains nothing from deeds of love — but the world all the
    • Lack of interest in the world is egoism in its grossest form.
    • as egoists, we can deprive the future of creative forces; but we
    • great egoists unless the impulse of love, the Christ Impulse, is
    • added; only so can we acquire the power to overcome the egoism that may
    • egoism, will actually breed egoism that lasts even beyond death.
    • love and this love will overcome egoism. Such is its aim. But it must
    • egoism. The cosmos has its source and origin in love; egoism was the
    • possible. To man in the clutches of increasing egoism Christ brought
    • beings who were separated through egoism and selfishness. True in the
    • life through this Deed — a Deed performed, not out of egoism but
    • its roots in egoism — always and without exception. When, through
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    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • Ego which works in the blood of man and in his movements. In sleep the
    • movements cease, inasmuch as the Ego is away; the blood however goes
    • on working, and yet the Ego is not there. We need only think of the
    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • Thus when we go to sleep at night, setting forth with our Ego and
    • forsaken during sleep by the human Ego have to be cared for in the
    • conscious that his true Ego never descends from the spiritual world;
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    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • Ego which works in the blood of man and in his movements. In sleep the
    • movements cease, inasmuch as the Ego is away; the blood however goes
    • on working, and yet the Ego is not there. We need only think of the
    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • blood from which his Ego has departed. Angels, Archangels
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • Thus when we go to sleep at night, setting forth with our Ego and
    • forsaken during sleep by the human Ego have to be cared for in the
    • conscious that his true Ego never descends from the spiritual world;
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    • received the ego of Zarathustra in his twelfth year and the Christ in his
    • out of its egoism as the weather changes. But in winter, the earth and its
    • man felt how the sun's forces were always victorious over the egoism of the
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
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    • received the ego of Zarathustra in his twelfth year and the Christ in his
    • out of its egoism as the weather changes. But in winter, the earth and its
    • man felt how the sun's forces were always victorious over the egoism of the
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
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    • he was an ego, a being, capable of inwardly saying “I” to
    • ego, or actual inner self; and that within this inner self are the
    • brings about that which lives as the ego or “I.”
    • himself becoming creative, and making it possible for the Ego, the
    • blood lies the principle for the development of the ego. The
    • The ego turns in two directions, and the blood expresses this fact
    • externally. The vision of the ego is directed inwards; its will is
    • man's ego.
    • ego. Just as the physical body is the expression of the physical
    • the blood the expression of the “I,” or ego. Physical
    • “below.” Similarly, the ego is the “above,”
    • ego is expressed. Beauty and truth possess a man only when they
    • to rule his ego. Hence we may say that the sentence which has formed
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    • he was an ego, a being, capable of inwardly saying “I” to
    • ego, or actual inner self; and that within this inner self are the
    • brings about that which lives as the ego or “I.”
    • himself becoming creative, and making it possible for the Ego, the
    • blood lies the principle for the development of the ego. The
    • The ego turns in two directions, and the blood expresses this fact
    • externally. The vision of the ego is directed inwards; its will is
    • man's ego.
    • ego. Just as the physical body is the expression of the physical
    • the blood the expression of the “I,” or ego. Physical
    • “below.” Similarly, the ego is the “above,”
    • ego is expressed. Beauty and truth possess a man only when they
    • to rule his ego. Hence we may say that the sentence which has formed
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    • four members of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. He will also come to
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • a picture of it. Connecting the ego, that is, the spiritual kernel of man's
    • that is due to an insufficient control of the ego over the astral body. Some
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • A most important means of strengthening the control of the ego over the
    • are, human vanity and egoism usually favor what one wants to do. Therefore,
    • is important because in this way the control of the ego over the astral
    • The control of the ego over the astral body is also strengthened when we
    • It is advisable for the strengthening of the ego to reflect on the fact that
    • strengthen the influence of the ego over the astral body, the astral body
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes possible
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    • four members of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. He will also come to
    • This exercise is based on the fact that the person's ego is brought
    • a picture of it. Connecting the ego, that is, the spiritual kernel of man's
    • that is due to an insufficient control of the ego over the astral body. Some
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • A most important means of strengthening the control of the ego over the
    • are, human vanity and egoism usually favor what one wants to do. Therefore,
    • is important because in this way the control of the ego over the astral
    • The control of the ego over the astral body is also strengthened when we
    • It is advisable for the strengthening of the ego to reflect on the fact that
    • strengthen the influence of the ego over the astral body, the astral body
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes possible
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    • influences of etheric processes, of astral processes, of ego processes. But
    • as natural science totally ignores these ego processes, these astral
    • an etheric body — a body of formative forces, an astral and an ego
    • the formative force body, and on the other, between the ego and the astral
    • relationship, when it has been disturbed, between the ego and the astral
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    • influences of etheric processes, of astral processes, of ego processes. But
    • as natural science totally ignores these ego processes, these astral
    • an etheric body — a body of formative forces, an astral and an ego
    • the formative force body, and on the other, between the ego and the astral
    • relationship, when it has been disturbed, between the ego and the astral
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    • slave of the ego. This conscious activity, however, does not occupy the
    • our ego is not consciously occupied with them. Later on, when we return
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    • slave of the ego. This conscious activity, however, does not occupy the
    • our ego is not consciously occupied with them. Later on, when we return
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    • the Ego of Zarathustra. The other, coming from the Nathan line of the
    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • thirtieth year the Nathan child with the Ego of Zarathustra made
    • memory, and his Ego-consciousness has awakened, is it at all possible
    • after the awakening of the Ego-consciousness will there be any great
    • of the Ego-consciousness, though it be only a glimmer, and when we are
    • his Ego awakens. What occurs before this? Three things, which I have
    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • the awakening of his Ego-consciousness. In our present post-Atlantean
    • epoch, and we now recapitulate it in infancy before our Ego awakens to
    • Ego-consciousness has awakened, is destined by means of the rudiments
    • of this Ego to bring himself to a vertical position, to raise himself
    • poured the Ego into man out of their own substance. And the first
    • directly to serve the human being who, through his Ego when it awakens
    • Ego-consciousness awakens, the awakening coming after he has learnt to
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • that the Ego can be grasped. In order that thinking, too, might be
    • into disorder in its activity on the Ego, there came the fourth
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • And may the Divine Thought shine into my Ego
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    • the Ego of Zarathustra. The other, coming from the Nathan line of the
    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • thirtieth year the Nathan child with the Ego of Zarathustra made
    • memory, and his Ego-consciousness has awakened, is it at all possible
    • after the awakening of the Ego-consciousness will there be any great
    • of the Ego-consciousness, though it be only a glimmer, and when we are
    • his Ego awakens. What occurs before this? Three things, which I have
    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • the awakening of his Ego-consciousness. In our present post-Atlantean
    • epoch, and we now recapitulate it in infancy before our Ego awakens to
    • Ego-consciousness has awakened, is destined by means of the rudiments
    • of this Ego to bring himself to a vertical position, to raise himself
    • poured the Ego into man out of their own substance. And the first
    • directly to serve the human being who, through his Ego when it awakens
    • Ego-consciousness awakens, the awakening coming after he has learnt to
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • that the Ego can be grasped. In order that thinking, too, might be
    • into disorder in its activity on the Ego, there came the fourth
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • And may the Divine Thought shine into my Ego
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    • own egos, but in order that it may stream upward into the spiritual
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    • own egos, but in order that it may stream upward into the spiritual
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    • body beyond the physical. Added to these is the ego, the fourth
    • astral body, which, in turn, is permeated by the ego. It has often
    • man could not be an ego being, and it is only by virtue of his ego
    • the physical body, the astral body, in which the ego is
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • group egos. Thus, the animals of a species have one common group
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • his own, then, through his inner flexibility, the ego and the
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • externalize the activity of his ego by infusing his body with
    • the ego, and you can understand why it is that people turn to it.
    • forces of his ego when he abstains from alcohol altogether. By
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes
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    • body beyond the physical. Added to these is the ego, the fourth
    • astral body, which, in turn, is permeated by the ego. It has often
    • man could not be an ego being, and it is only by virtue of his ego
    • the physical body, the astral body, in which the ego is
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • group egos. Thus, the animals of a species have one common group
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • his own, then, through his inner flexibility, the ego and the
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • called forth by the ego's inner penetration. Thus, a person can
    • externalize the activity of his ego by infusing his body with
    • the ego, and you can understand why it is that people turn to it.
    • forces of his ego when he abstains from alcohol altogether. By
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
    • The ego, unique spark of divinity in man. It makes
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    • its teachings it in some respects not only does not counter egotism but
    • and higher. This, so these people say, is after all really an egotistic
    • greater heights. This is therefore an egotistic basis for human action.
    • would not have done, and this too would be but one more quite egotistic
    • for a refined form of higher egotism. It would actually be a severe
    • foundation for an egotistical morality we can thus reply, “No! True
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    • its teachings it in some respects not only does not counter egotism but
    • and higher. This, so these people say, is after all really an egotistic
    • greater heights. This is therefore an egotistic basis for human action.
    • would not have done, and this too would be but one more quite egotistic
    • for a refined form of higher egotism. It would actually be a severe
    • foundation for an egotistical morality we can thus reply, “No! True
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    • Now, I would say that the mere egoistic, soul-stirring talk of loving
    • the most part, terribly egoistic. Many a man is supported by what he
    • shelling-out of the Ego from its experiences, must be specially
    • towards linking up the Ego more and more with its experiences.
    • the same with the 11, the 12 year old child and so on. Egoism has
    • spirits that work upon human egotism. One sees all that gives rise to
    • how selfishness may be cured, and egotism destroyed because of its
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    • Now, I would say that the mere egoistic, soul-stirring talk of loving
    • the most part, terribly egoistic. Many a man is supported by what he
    • shelling-out of the Ego from its experiences, must be specially
    • towards linking up the Ego more and more with its experiences.
    • the same with the 11, the 12 year old child and so on. Egoism has
    • spirits that work upon human egotism. One sees all that gives rise to
    • how selfishness may be cured, and egotism destroyed because of its
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    • etheric body, astral body and the ego-nature. These beings were more
    • lower principles — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego,
    • Let us now turn to the fourth principle of the human being, the ego. We
    • temptation. The fourth principle, the ego, is the primal source of
    • selfishness, of egoism. It is through the efforts and operation of the
    • ego that what was a unity in the Godhead is now diffused among the
    • existence is the work of the ego. Hence Christian teaching attributed
    • to the ego the real origin of self-seeking and egoism. So long as the
    • i.e. separate egos. The mutual development through conflict, which is
    • tantamount to egoism, is called in Christianity the transgression of
    • the ego, and Christian tradition indicates very precisely the moment
    • transgression of the ego is designated by the term “evil”. Evil
    • principle. Only the ego can succumb to evil, which arose through the
    • Finally we have the astral body which must not fall into sin and the ego
    • which must not become the victim of egoism, of evil. This lower Quaternary
    • astral body not fall into temptation and may the ego not succumb to
    • evil, the true outcome of what we ordinarily mean by egoism.
    • of egoism or self-interest — to the ego.
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    • etheric body, astral body and the ego-nature. These beings were more
    • lower principles — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego,
    • Let us now turn to the fourth principle of the human being, the ego. We
    • temptation. The fourth principle, the ego, is the primal source of
    • selfishness, of egoism. It is through the efforts and operation of the
    • ego that what was a unity in the Godhead is now diffused among the
    • existence is the work of the ego. Hence Christian teaching attributed
    • to the ego the real origin of self-seeking and egoism. So long as the
    • i.e. separate egos. The mutual development through conflict, which is
    • tantamount to egoism, is called in Christianity the transgression of
    • the ego, and Christian tradition indicates very precisely the moment
    • transgression of the ego is designated by the term “evil”. Evil
    • principle. Only the ego can succumb to evil, which arose through the
    • Finally we have the astral body which must not fall into sin and the ego
    • which must not become the victim of egoism, of evil. This lower Quaternary
    • astral body not fall into temptation and may the ego not succumb to
    • evil, the true outcome of what we ordinarily mean by egoism.
    • of egoism or self-interest — to the ego.
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    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • egotism, the more strongly is the element of antipathy working in him.
    • egohood.
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand —
    • excessive egotism — if all this is possible, what is there to be said
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • enunciated as a categorical truth in every book of physics today. But
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    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • egotism, the more strongly is the element of antipathy working in him.
    • egohood.
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand —
    • excessive egotism — if all this is possible, what is there to be said
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • really living connection with the external world, when with our ego we
    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • enunciated as a categorical truth in every book of physics today. But
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • deeply into these things, they all fall into only one category
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    • downwards, are: Ego, astral body, etheric body — which latterly I
    • The Ego is the only one of these members in which we live and function
    • as beings of spirit-and-soul. The Ego has been implanted in us by the
    • through our Ego. And unless the Ego, as it unfolds itself, can remain
    • we have as little consciousness as we have during sleep. It is the Ego
    • The astral body is the member nearest to the Ego; obviously,
    • outside these bodies with their Ego and astral body.
    • human bodies — while the Ego and astral body were not within
    • about illnesses, entirely as suits his egotistical purposes.
    • science will sail into desolate waters. But human egoism will find
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    • The Ego is the only one of these members in which we live and function
    • as beings of spirit-and-soul. The Ego has been implanted in us by the
    • through our Ego. And unless the Ego, as it unfolds itself, can remain
    • we have as little consciousness as we have during sleep. It is the Ego
    • The astral body is the member nearest to the Ego; obviously,
    • outside these bodies with their Ego and astral body.
    • human bodies — while the Ego and astral body were not within
    • about illnesses, entirely as suits his egotistical purposes.
    • science will sail into desolate waters. But human egoism will find
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    • evolution of the Ego, through the enactment of the Mystery of
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Cover Sheet
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
  • Title: Man as a Being: Contents
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • Ego-consciousness and the content of the senses; the ego as reality.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Introduction
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • the ego of another man, or the perception of the meaning of words.
    • ego, what we see first is the human form; we know that we ourselves
    • have such a form, that in us this form harbours an ego, and so we
    • conclude that there is also an ego in this other human form which
    • perception of the other ego. Such an inference is meaningless. For
    • other ego penetrates directly into the sphere of our experience. We
    • must ascribe to ourselves an ego-sense, just as we do a sense of
    • sight. At the same time we must be quite clear that this ego-sense is
    • ego. Becoming conscious of one's own ego is not actually a perception;
    • place when we perceive another ego.
    • sense of thought and an ego-sense. Most of the concepts current to-day
    • ego-sense (see
    • consciousness of our own ego. By the ego-sense we mean nothing more
    • than the capacity to perceive the ego of another man. The second sense
    • are the ego-sense, the sense of thought, the word-sense and the sense
    • the ego of another person, we are with our entire experience in the
    • that can be compared with the experience of another man's ego or of
    • the ego-sense, but it also applies to the sense of thought — who
    • ego-sense, are poorly developed. Such a man lives as it were without
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • experiences take place within man. We have seen that the ego-sense,
    • If you take what I said yesterday about the ego-sense, the
    • the ego-sense to the sense of sight, all this was at one time filled
    • Ego-sense
    • it, but in describing the sense of sight they make use of categories,
    • complicated touching; and categories, concepts such as tasting or
    • Ego Sense
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • related to thinking: the ego sense, the thought sense, the word sense,
    • the head — physical body, ether body, astral body and ego
    • it is really only the ego that has a certain independence. The other
    • image in the human head. It is only the ego that still remains
    • forms. The ego is still free in relation to the head.
    • bodies have their imprints within it; but the astral body and the ego
    • metabolic-limb system we have the physical body as such, and the ego,
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • therefore only our concern. It is egotistical pain. We do not
    • two forms of pain: egotistical pain in regard to the old, a pain
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • therefore only our concern. It is egotistical pain. We do not
    • two forms of pain: egotistical pain in regard to the old, a pain
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • in the morning, with his astral body and ego, into physical life
    • a corpse, the dust of a man who was the bearer of an ego; I know
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • however, it necessitated the suppression of the ego, as in
    • first gained consciousness of his ego. This was a mighty impulse in
    • How was it that man attained to his “I” or ego
    • earliest germ of the ego. Previous to this man was impelled to produce
    • man did not as yet possess an ego, when he still had a dim clairvoyant
    • sexual reproduction, man was endowed with his ego, that sickness and
    • that the ego really entered into man and at this stage sexual
    • At the third stage of evolution the earth-man is endowed with his ego,
    • within him. He becomes aware of this ego by its opposite, and he
    • earth. The ego, the eternal germ, has to alternate between two forms,
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos.
    • The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
    • and ego. All this we know. When we allow our gaze to sweep over the
    • the expressions physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego are
    • possesses an ego-nature; he alone in this physical world has a
    • self-conscious ego. With animals it is quite different; the ego of
    • animals is not in the physical world in the same way man's ego is.
    • similarly formed animals have one “ I ,” or ego, in common.
    • For example, all lions, or all bears, have a common ego, hence we call
    • such an ego belonging to the animal kingdom a group-ego. The human ego
    • the case with animals. We do not find their group-ego in the physical
    • world. In order that you may form an idea of such a group-ego imagine
    • ego-nature which in the case of man is present in the physical world
    • ego of animals is in the astral world. From each single animal there
    • covering for the animal-ego. These group egos live as single
    • individuals on the astral plane, just as human individual egos do here
    • encounters the various animal egos as separate beings which stretch
    • these egos in their reality. It must be clearly understood that we do
    • You may now ask what do the group-egos of animals look like? The
    • group-ego of one of the higher orders of animals appears to the
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • physical world. We learnt that minerals and plants have an ego as well
    • no ego; but all those Spiritual Beings who already had a certain
    • and finer, and the ego was not yet formed.
    • capable of acquiring the very first rudiments of an ego-consciousness,
    • ego-consciousness, for as long as one cannot perceive an outer world
    • one is not an ego. Therefore the first flash of ego-consciousness
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • ego, and these four principles play one into the other in a very
    • which in addition to these possesses an ego is at the stage of human
    • easily be supposed that as the human ego is the highest, that which
    • not the case. Neither the ego nor the astral body nor the etheric body
    • makes use of his senses, but at night when he goes forth with his ego
    • Here other Beings pour their force into us — we receive the Ego.
    • see the cooperation of the two categories of Spirits of Form who from
    • outside endow man with the rudiments of his Ego.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • lie on the bed, while his astral body and ego are outside. As the
    • his ego. We have already said that certain beings had remained behind
    • ego. We know that the task of the ego is to transform man's other
    • impulses. A time had been appointed when the ego in the normal way
    • to receive the ego.
    • normally upon the ego; while the backward ones continued to work upon
    • before man's ego was formed these backward but highly exalted beings
    • work upon the ego, and who already had been working on the astral
    • Form to work upon his ego.
    • rudiments of his ego at this time if these Spirits alone had worked on
    • Lastly, we have those in whom at a certain stage the ego hardened
    • ego. We might say of these people that the ego had not progressed to
    • develop further and overcome the enclosing of the ego, formed that
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • approximately as follows: In the course of becoming an ego I have
    • ego-consciousness. But all through the period when he moved through
    • united with his ego and also with his higher principles (his etheric
    • physical, etheric, and astral bodies, and his ego. When he is asleep
    • the astral body and the ego withdraw from the physical and etheric
    • In the very early epoch with which we have been dealing the ego was
    • sleep. But at the present time during sleep the astral body and ego of
    • then when the astral body and ego withdrew the man was dimly conscious
    • moon withdrew, before he had an ego. The animal form which recalls the
    • yet he possessed no ego, but was directed by the best Spirits in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • the minerals of the earth have their ego in that which surrounds us in
    • the universe. Plants have their ego localised in the centre of the
    • epoch, when the ego of man took shape; at that time the development of
    • develop on Earth can only develop through earthly egos being related
    • develop. Where egos are united within the group-soul there is no true
    • the human kingdom, where ego meets ego as independent individual, has
    • individual ego, can the sympathy of love be offered as a free gift
    • fully individualized. We see how, before he possessed a complete ego
    • which leads it towards the centre of the earth — to its ego and
    • this consciousness but permeates it with one's ego in clear
    • when man is asleep at night and the astral body and ego are withdrawn
    • one with the earth planet, for the egos of the plants are in the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • was the period when the first rudimentary germs of ego or “I
    • When at night we leave these bodies on the bed the astral body and ego
    • clairvoyant consciousness he saw how his astral body and ego left the
    • category of divine beings experience all they had formerly been able
    • darkness — this was the ego, or the “I am.” They felt
    • which remained within them. As yet they did not perceive the ego in
    • being conscious of our ego. In short, the consciousness of a formless
    • his strength to bring forth a conception of God from out his own ego.
    • We have now seen how the rudimentary germ of the human ego was
    • unable to see the outer world Jehovah instilled ego-consciousness into
    • allegory, and not be outlined too sharply. Some echo of this tragic
    • as follows. Let us think of a man as regards his astral body, his ego,
    • different. Then, during sleep, when at night the astral body and ego
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • no clouds which reflect the light to us, our ego as it is now would
    • Man only gained his ego in the course of time as he passed through his
    • at an earlier period already possessed egos, and man learnt to know
    • the ego through beholding them, but he only came to know it truly in
    • world and the more the rudiments of the ego had entered into him, the
    • an end through other forces, through a mighty increase of egoism in
    • body; and the circulatory system (that of the blood) to the ego. The
    • ego entered physically into man through his being endowed more and
    • superabundant ego, that which would have brought humanity to the war
    • of all against all through excessive egoism, flowed from the wounds of
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    • development — in which man received the foundations of his ego,
    • souls, and the difference there is between the various categories of
    • past; it will be divided into categories, but not in an arbitrary way;
    • There will be categories and classes however fiercely class-war may
    • rage today, among those who do not develop egoism but accept the
    • In it, on the one hand, the categorical imperative is put forward with
    • civilization. The rudiments of the ego had been developing as we know
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    • The Kingdoms Of Nature. Group Egos. The Centre Of Man. The Kingdoms Of
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    • but which must be regained through the power of the ego, through the
    • death and re-birth of the personality, the ego-being of striving
    • humanity grows strong. When man consciously grasps this ego-being he
    • come to pass the Divine Ego descended — once — to earth. The
    • itself again as a free ego-being whose central point is the Divine
    • Ego.
    • entangled as it was in egoism; his present task is to overcome egoism,
    • to transmute it by liberating the divine-willing, strong ego-nature
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    • foregone conclusion that he would not be understood by any people in
    • the spiritual world were present in his ego and his astral body. So,
    • if we could have observed his ego and astral body when they were
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    • — not to mention the ego. Thus, as regards the head — its
    • really does have to be present as conscious ego in the pulsing of the
    • the ego forces in the blood. That is why I said earlier that the head
    • into the ego. Thus, when truth pours into us from out of the cosmos it
    • the fiery processes of the blood. Then the forces of the human ego and
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    • You see, it really is necessary to distinguish between the ego sense,
    •  I ; so the ego sense is not to be identified with
    • strictly distinguished from one another. When we speak of the ego
    • describe what happens when someone uses his ego sense. Our material
    • The  I  of another is perceived directly by the ego
    • person's  I  affects me directly through my ego
    • ego sense in the same way that we could discuss the sense organs of
    • manifestations than it is in the case of the ego sense, but each sense
    • And what was the sense of another ego like on Old Moon? There could
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    • need the ego sense which is essential to us on earth, nor do we need
    • ego — that stand over us now and allow as to perceive this
    • the soul which are the home of human astrality and human egoity, of
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    • In the light of the foregoing considerations, and in the sense they
    • it employs today, is it able to speak of a special ego sense.
    • less deduce the existence of another ego, but do not ever perceive it
    • aware of his  I . The ego sense has no more to do
    • human form is the organ of the sense of the ego. Ahriman is still hard
    • at work today, specialising the ego sense just as he has specialised
    • I am speaking, when they come to describe how the ego is supposed to
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    • belong in this category. We harden our organism during the course of
    • distinguished various categories of idols, for he went about his work
    • categories which have real significance.
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Contents
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    • I. The Christians of St. John. The rebirth of the higher Ego in man
    • of Christian initiation. Death, the seed of eternal Ego-hood.
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture I
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    • man to find the distinction between this Ego-being and all else within
    • within this ‘I’ another, a higher Ego, is born, as the child is born
    • speak, of finding a second Ego which, looking down upon the first Ego,
    • can say ‘thou’ to it, even as the ordinary Ego says ‘thou’ to the
    • temporal.’ Upon the consummation of rebirth, the higher Ego can behold
    • a spiritual world even as the lower Ego can perceive the sensible
    • birth of his higher Ego as an inner, mystic and spiritual event —
    • is born of the mother, so too the divine Ego is born of the individual
    • — an ‘awakened’ man who has gained his higher Ego, and let us
    • career of his higher Ego from his fortieth to his seventieth year, and
    • the presence of his true spiritual Ego in his seventieth year would be
    • higher Ego of mankind, the divine spirit of humanity, born in Jesus of
    • And as in the case described above, of the man whose higher Ego is
    • covered the birth of the higher Ego and that thenceforward we are
    • BEGINNING WAS THE MYSTERY OF THE HIGHER HUMAN EGO; THE SAME WAS
    • LIVES THE EGO WHICH IS UNITED WITH THE ETERNAL AND THE IMMORTAL, EVEN
    • AS THE LOWER EGO IS UNITED WITH THE TRANSITORY AND THE MORTAL. Whoever
    • The higher Ego which may be born in every human soul points to the
    • rebirth of the divine Ego in the evolution of humanity through the
    • evolution, this one great event, the rebirth of the higher ego, does
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    • point when he can give birth to his clairvoyant Ego. He has studied
    • foregoing incarnation are again aroused within him. Suppose that such
    • Thus it is evident that the foregoing must be taken into account if we
    • to this category. Now whether a man has already experienced the birth
    • Ego. But we also know that in the course of human life the physical
    • Ego is born, but again only by degrees. Then we have a similar birth
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture III
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    • physical body, etheric or life body, astral body, and Ego or ‘I’. We
    • and the Ego are raised out of the physical and etheric bodies. Now we
    • astral body nor Ego. This distinguishes the plant from the animal and
    • from man. The animal has an astral body and man has an Ego within him.
    • his Ego. But the addition of a higher principle to a being entails a
    • metamorphosis would ensue if the plant had its Ego in the physical
    • activity of the astral body and the Ego. The physical body does not
    • circulation of the blood is an expression of the Ego. So that in the
    • through our veins has become the substance it is, because an Ego
    • no circulatory blood system, the expression of its Ego. A physical
    • contains an etheric body, an astral body and an Ego. Now, as a human
    • being, in so far as your astral body and Ego are concerned, you leave
    • and Ego, you would find in the morning your nervous and blood systems
    • destroyed; for these cannot subsist without an astral body and Ego.
    • In proportion as the Ego and the astral body withdraw, a divine Ego
    • awakening, an astral body and an Ego, or at any rate a substitute for
    • Ego. From this it is clear that other beings are at work in the sphere
    • possess a physical body, an etheric body, an astral body and an Ego.
    • From the fact that during the night the astral body and Ego withdraw
    • body and Ego still have, even at the present time, a certain
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    • astral body and Ego are away. At the same time we pointed out that the
    • did not a divine spiritual astrality and a divine spiritual Ego enter
    • human being quits his etheric and physical bodies, with his Ego and
    • Ego-beings which enter his physical and etheric bodies. During the day
    • with his astral body and Ego. That was one of the facts which headed
    • physical, an etheric, an astral body and an Ego. When we behold him
    • the substance which they had acquired in the course of their foregoing
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture V
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    • physical, etheric, astral bodies and Ego, clairvoyant consciousness
    • of Saturn, Sun, and Moon. To these the first beginning of the Ego was
    • gradually disappeared; the Ego would have developed, when the physical
    • possessed physical, etheric, astral bodies and Ego. The latter he owed
    • esotericism), the addition of the embryonic Ego to the three other
    • and yet others upon his Ego; all in due order, we may say, every
    • to work upon the Ego; but they had only learnt (on the Moon) to work
    • into himself his Ego in its embryonic state, and evolved until the
    • at work upon the Ego, which they have bestowed upon man. In proportion
    • work upon the Ego, now work upon the astral body and kindle in man
    • Ego and the Luciferic beings. If we observe the spiritual side of this
    • Moon-cleavage. The Sun-forces, having awakened Ego-consciousness, kept
    • onward in his evolution and implanted the Ego in him were confronted
    • cultivate his individual Ego as against the common or group-Ego. Two
    • the relation of his Ego to the outer world. Man's physical, etheric,
    • personal Ego, and look back to those ancient times in which the ties
    • of blood spoke so eloquently that the descendant felt his Ego reaching
    • would thrust you into the personal Ego; strive to know what bound men
    • lays stress upon his personal Ego, and seeks his being in himself
    • personal Ego and spare no effort to become conscious that you are all
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    • which a distinct feeling of the Ego came to the fore. We said that the
    • Ego withdraw. But here, in this concluding act of initiation, the
    • will of another Ego, which, again, was inseparable from initiation.
    • The pupil's Ego was wholly under the dominion of his initiator. He
    • quitted his physical body entirely; his Ego neither occupied it nor
    • Impulse is that man should develop his Ego entirely within himself,
    • and not descend to a state of consciousness lower than his Ego for the
    • his life, to yield up his own Ego and receive into himself the
    • astral body, and Ego. In his waking state these four principles are
    • bed, while the astral body and the Ego are outside. In death the
    • withdraws and then, for a short time, the Ego, the astral body, and
    • rightly baptized. Then they knew: ‘I have spirit in me; my Ego belongs
    • was now repeated. Man, though an Ego, was now prepared to seek reunion
    • Christ-impulse; we shall see how the Egos which had been sundered, are
    • penetrate ever deeper into the souls of men and ennoble the Ego ever
    • unite us as a nation, otherwise we shall lose our Ego and, with it,
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    • Remember that the blood is the expression of the Ego. What is a man
    • being. The Ego, desiring to fortify itself, draws the blood back to
    • foregoing incarnations unite with these qualities. Now we know that
    • foregoing incarnation, they would say: ‘Very good, we quite believe in
    • egoist; he desires everything for his own selfish ends. But if he
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture VIII
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    • advanced, that he offered up his own Ego and received into himself
    • incarnations, that he could offer up his own Ego. For that is what
    • Ego, to step out of his physical, etheric, and astral bodies. There
    • Ego. It was a pure vessel, and could take into itself, at the baptism
    • Nazareth lived as an Ego in this astral body, imparting to it all that
    • foregoing lectures.
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    • people who cling to the old forms of life, the Ego remains ensconced
    • express himself as follows, not merely allegorically, but as a fact:
    • from Father Abraham. That is my safe refuge. My separate Ego is
    • Ego; then I am merged in one great Ego, the Ego of my people, which
    • to man an Ego-consciousness which could say: In myself I find the
    • spiritual force into every individual soul. The Ego that is in me, and
    • have we stated that the fourth principle (the Ego) in the being of man
    • the transitory Ego living between birth and death; it must pierce
    • deeper, into the Ego that passes from life to life. The Christ-power
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    • there dwelt an Ego which had passed through many incarnations, had
    • Ego, having purged, purified, and ennobled his physical, etheric, and
    • is meant merely as an allegory or symbol. It is a real, clairvoyant,
    • and the whole Ego of a people finds expression therein, even as the
    • individual Ego expresses itself in the blood of individual man. Such
    • regard to human egoism. Did Christ accomplish this with the body of
    • relation to every form of egoism in His environment, so that the
    • fundamental instinct of egoism in the soul was made plain to all? Yes,
    • world’, He now says: ‘I lay down my Ego-power and receive the Father
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    • The foregoing lectures of this course will have made it sufficiently
    • body, astral body, and Ego; all these principles interpenetrating and
    • etheric bodies remain in bed while the astral body and the Ego are
    • what manner do the Ego and the astral body actually enter the etheric
    • In the morning, when the astral body and the Ego descend from the
    • penetrates the etheric, and the Ego penetrates the physical body. I
    • Ego is in the etheric body and so on. But an indirect interpenetration
    • that at the Baptism by John, the Ego of Jesus of Nazareth issued from
    • vehicle for the Christ. Jesus of Nazareth's Ego had left his physical
    • makes him an individual being here upon Earth and establishes his Ego
    • gives his physical body the definite form imprinted upon it by the Ego
    • (by the Ego in the physical body) must be regarded as a paternal
    • Ego; from the mother, ideas and the gift of telling fables; these are
    • destined to establish himself upon his own Ego.
    • his own Ego; if the dividing line separating soul from soul becomes
    • one's own action to be alone justifiable, means being an egoist.
    • while the paternal element comes to expression where the Ego is
    • union of the Ego with the physical body, in the inwardly
    • differentiated form, in that which makes man an Ego. What then must
    • clear understanding of the relation of the physical body and Ego to
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    • Ego-consciousness. For Ego-consciousness is only acquired when man
    • from it, for he was without a strong Ego- or self-consciousness in the
    • self-consciousness or egoity, and this was precisely the task allotted
    • their Ego will grow increasingly powerful, so that, when all wisdom
    • had withdrawn, each individual will begin to seek it in his own Ego,
    • bearer of egoism — that is, of a quality which leads to isolation
    • remained in their possession, the development of their Ego must
    • necessarily have proceeded apace; and egoism would attain such power
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture XIII
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    • From the previous lectures we know that man possesses an Ego as the
    • fourth principle of his nature, and that this Ego, as it develops, has
    • expression of the Ego. For this reason the Ego fell ever more into
    • Therefore man owes the increased power of his Ego to the circumstances
    • training him to independent egoity. This egoity, however, grew
    • only by the withdrawal from the egoity of the force which had driven
    • it beyond that limit. Thus the Ego had to be freed from the force
    • which would have led it too deeply into egoism; the element which
    • would have furthered egoism as well as egoity had to be expelled. And
    • the course of time it can also be driven out of the individual Ego to
    • actual symbol of the excessive egoism in the human ‘I’. As the blood
    • is the expression of the Ego, so the blood that flowed on Golgotha is
    • the expression of the superfluous egoism in the human individuality.
    • race of that which renders the ‘I’ or Ego an egoist.
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    • summit, the knowledge of external things in the Ego; but man may not
    • gain his self-consciousness and human egoity. Were he to pass through
    • without consciousness, without egoity. He must carry that egoity with
    • himself an Ego for eternity, and can advance into the future with his
  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • From out of his Ego man works on his bodies in so far as he transmutes
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    • From out of his Ego man works on his bodies in so far as he transmutes
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    • the Ego-sense, the Thought-sense and the Speech-sense.
    • condition. The Ego — sense, the Thought-sense, the immediate
    • cannot use in art the encounters we have in life with an Ego, or with
    • arts the same relationship to the Ego and to thought can be present
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • art. The artist has to do something with the Ego, go through a
    • process with it, through which he raises this Ego out of the
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    • the Ego-sense, the Thought-sense and the Speech-sense.
    • condition. The Ego — sense, the Thought-sense, the immediate
    • cannot use in art the encounters we have in life with an Ego, or with
    • arts the same relationship to the Ego and to thought can be present
    • Ego, just as he stands there in immediate reality, is not a work of
    • art. The artist has to do something with the Ego, go through a
    • process with it, through which he raises this Ego out of the
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    • obedience to the “categorical imperative,” a free man
    • all the complications of the soul of man to these three categories:
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    • obedience to the “categorical imperative,” a free man
    • all the complications of the soul of man to these three categories:
  • Title: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • ego-consciousness unfolds, as you know, in the first seven-year stage
    • return of the ego-consciousness at about the ninth year of age. It
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • ego-consciousness unfolds, as you know, in the first seven-year stage
    • return of the ego-consciousness at about the ninth year of age. It
  • Title: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • The Ego and the Sun, or Atomism.
    • we know that the Ego lights up within the Intellectual or Mind Soul
    • Now because the Ego of man was destined from a certain point of view
    • human Ego. In the book
    • was connected with the development of his Ego, for the development of
    • the Ego is associated with the intelligence and the faculty of forming
    • kindled and quickened his Ego. His was still aware of the spirituality
    • human Ego in an absolutely concrete way. When a man says ‘ I
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • the Cosmic Ego. What lives within me is the human Ego.
    • springtime. There are people here and there who feel that the Ego is
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • from the Sun enable the human being to become the bearer of an Ego. We
    • an image of the Ego. The forces which determine the human form from
    • And so on the one hand the development and evolution of the Ego of man
    • not be an Ego being living on the Earth; on the other hand there could
    • connection of the astral body to the Ego, because of Saturn's relation
    • in the connection of the Ego with the astral body and in the way in
    • man. The Sun is connected more directly with the Ego, Saturn, Jupiter
    • The Sun is connected with the Ego. And then we come to the inner
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    • The Ego and the Sun, or Atomism.
    • we know that the Ego lights up within the Intellectual or Mind Soul
    • Now because the Ego of man was destined from a certain point of view
    • human Ego. In the book
    • was connected with the development of his Ego, for the development of
    • the Ego is associated with the intelligence and the faculty of forming
    • kindled and quickened his Ego. His was still aware of the spirituality
    • human Ego in an absolutely concrete way. When a man says ‘ I
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • the Cosmic Ego. What lives within me is the human Ego.
    • springtime. There are people here and there who feel that the Ego is
    • which the Sun is related to the Ego, and we shall also realise that
    • from the Sun enable the human being to become the bearer of an Ego. We
    • an image of the Ego. The forces which determine the human form from
    • And so on the one hand the development and evolution of the Ego of man
    • not be an Ego being living on the Earth; on the other hand there could
    • connection of the astral body to the Ego, because of Saturn's relation
    • in the connection of the Ego with the astral body and in the way in
    • man. The Sun is connected more directly with the Ego, Saturn, Jupiter
    • The Sun is connected with the Ego. And then we come to the inner
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • intellect, as epoch of egoism and its necessary defeat.
    • may be extremely egoistical when, for instance, it gives rise to a
    • dinner — that, after all, is egoism. In the Middle Ages it would have
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • culture is a purely intellectual age, an age of egoism. The intellect is
    • egoistical in the highest degree and it is the hallmark of our time. And so
    • upon human egoism. Only when man has overcome them will he be free of
    • egoism. The astral body of every nation, every race, every epoch, has a
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    • intellect, as epoch of egoism and its necessary defeat.
    • may be extremely egoistical when, for instance, it gives rise to a
    • dinner — that, after all, is egoism. In the Middle Ages it would have
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
    • culture is a purely intellectual age, an age of egoism. The intellect is
    • egoistical in the highest degree and it is the hallmark of our time. And so
    • upon human egoism. Only when man has overcome them will he be free of
    • egoism. The astral body of every nation, every race, every epoch, has a
  • Title: Lecture: Concealed Aspects of Human Existence
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    • awakening, when he immerses himself with his ego and his astral body
    • night. The human soul, the astral organism, and the ego being, leave
    • an inner ego develops more and more within the soul consciousness.
    • Higher Hierarchies; the ego has no inner strength; it becomes
    • arises in him to reincarnate upon the earth. Just while the ego
    • existence, for an ego consciousness in his body.
    • physical body, in the form of astral body and ego organization,
    • ego consciousness has become so bright upon the earth that it becomes
    • brighter our ego consciousness is by means of the physical body only,
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • affected by the individual human ego — namely
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • affected by the individual human ego — namely
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • associated particularly with the appearance of egoistic
    • prayer has been dragged down among the egoistic wishes and
    • egoism. In this study we shall try to consider prayer
    • limited egos to a divine spiritual ego. Such is the
    • ego may become present in it. The soul will know that if it
    • unknown that its ego has failed to grasp. When the soul holds
    • leads to the observation of the limited ego that has worked
    • more can flow from the future into the ego than it has
    • kindling of the power that seeks to pass beyond what our ego
    • is at the moment. As soon as the ego is seized by this
    • means of developing the ego.
    • and evolution of our egos. We need not expect external
    • more powerful ego from coming to the surface. We are given
    • egos follows. Feelings surge up and down, but we can work our
    • prayer began to be permeated with an egoism that impels the
    • It is fundamentally an echo of such an egoistic desire for
    • the Middle Ages, however, a sort of egoism has occurred that
    • selfish ego. The wild temptations sink down in calm and
    • peace. This is why it is so harmful to allow an egoistic
    • souls, we exhibit an unsound egoism that maintains itself
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    • associated particularly with the appearance of egoistic
    • prayer has been dragged down among the egoistic wishes and
    • egoism. In this study we shall try to consider prayer
    • limited egos to a divine spiritual ego. Such is the
    • ego may become present in it. The soul will know that if it
    • unknown that its ego has failed to grasp. When the soul holds
    • leads to the observation of the limited ego that has worked
    • more can flow from the future into the ego than it has
    • kindling of the power that seeks to pass beyond what our ego
    • is at the moment. As soon as the ego is seized by this
    • means of developing the ego.
    • and evolution of our egos. We need not expect external
    • more powerful ego from coming to the surface. We are given
    • egos follows. Feelings surge up and down, but we can work our
    • prayer began to be permeated with an egoism that impels the
    • It is fundamentally an echo of such an egoistic desire for
    • the Middle Ages, however, a sort of egoism has occurred that
    • selfish ego. The wild temptations sink down in calm and
    • peace. This is why it is so harmful to allow an egoistic
    • souls, we exhibit an unsound egoism that maintains itself
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • substance from out of which, later on, the human Ego manifests itself.
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    • other senses, are indeed connected with his Ego, with its whole life
    • stability of the Ego. There they cannot help man. We turn our gaze
    • a world of infinite variety. We turn our gaze inward, to our Ego; and
    • for ordinary consciousness it seems, to begin with, as if this Ego is
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
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    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
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    • The Categories of Hegel.
    • The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
    • worlds, “the Categories”. Whence it follows that
    • of the categories alone. With the same justice one might say:
    • all concepts are categories, as one might say: all categories
    • concepts, Categories. These more important concepts,
    • following Aristotle, are called categories. But in the strict
    • ‘category’ interchangeably, so that we are
    • self-producing concepts ‘theory of categories’.
    • And Hegel's work — is really a system of categories.
    • categorical content of the world.
    • categories, but only show how in the main Hegel, the great
    • master of categorical theory, has developed the system of
    • we have four sequent categories: SEIN, NICHTSEIN, WERDEN,
    • the following is written: “Aristotle's Categories
    • categories’ could also be ‘theory of
    • categories’, also above “Hegel's
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    • The Categories of Hegel.
    • The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
    • worlds, “the Categories”. Whence it follows that
    • of the categories alone. With the same justice one might say:
    • all concepts are categories, as one might say: all categories
    • concepts, Categories. These more important concepts,
    • following Aristotle, are called categories. But in the strict
    • ‘category’ interchangeably, so that we are
    • self-producing concepts ‘theory of categories’.
    • And Hegel's work — is really a system of categories.
    • categorical content of the world.
    • categories, but only show how in the main Hegel, the great
    • master of categorical theory, has developed the system of
    • we have four sequent categories: SEIN, NICHTSEIN, WERDEN,
    • the following is written: “Aristotle's Categories
    • categories’ could also be ‘theory of
    • categories’, also above “Hegel's
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • body and Ego is still so weak, at the present stage of their cosmic
    • the subconscious experiences through which the astral body and the Ego
    • musical activity continues. And the Ego and astral body, which are
    • Ego and the astral body remains unconscious.
    • the astral body and Ego, and flow out into the general cosmic ether.
    • said: the Ego and astral body of man, which from falling asleep to
    • as the World of Spirits, when he can follow with his own Ego-being,
    • Ego are only an indication. The reality is living activity, inwardly
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, human Egos, animal group-souls, the
    • Kyriotetes, in this way from human Egos, in this way
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones, when the human Ego is interwoven with
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    • body, astral body, Ego, and so on, is really very abstract. For this
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • body and Ego is still so weak, at the present stage of their cosmic
    • the subconscious experiences through which the astral body and the Ego
    • musical activity continues. And the Ego and astral body, which are
    • Ego and the astral body remains unconscious.
    • the astral body and Ego, and flow out into the general cosmic ether.
    • said: the Ego and astral body of man, which from falling asleep to
    • as the World of Spirits, when he can follow with his own Ego-being,
    • Ego are only an indication. The reality is living activity, inwardly
    • Archai, Archangeloi, Angeloi, human Egos, animal group-souls, the
    • Kyriotetes, in this way from human Egos, in this way
    • for example, differ from the manifestations of the human Egos, or
    • Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones, when the human Ego is interwoven with
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • nature that he is more closely related to the astral body and ego. To
    • the universe the astral body and ego are younger than the physical
    • make it manifest; and the ego and astral body, by the experiences,
    • and ego. Each of the two beings I have referred to bears within him
    • and etheric body, the more inner man the ego and astral body. Now we
    • this time will rise stage by stage; to his ego will, as we know, be
    • etheric body, astral body and ego. We already bear the germ of the
    • from time to time encounter our Spirit-Self. Our ego must meet that
    • a halo. When two people meet, with simply a strong tinge of egotism in
    • has become movable; the hour when the ego meets the genius is now not
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • goes through the first meeting, that of his ego with the Spirit-Self.
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    • nature that he is more closely related to the astral body and ego. To
    • the universe the astral body and ego are younger than the physical
    • make it manifest; and the ego and astral body, by the experiences,
    • and ego. Each of the two beings I have referred to bears within him
    • and etheric body, the more inner man the ego and astral body. Now we
    • this time will rise stage by stage; to his ego will, as we know, be
    • etheric body, astral body and ego. We already bear the germ of the
    • from time to time encounter our Spirit-Self. Our ego must meet that
    • a halo. When two people meet, with simply a strong tinge of egotism in
    • has become movable; the hour when the ego meets the genius is now not
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • goes through the first meeting, that of his ego with the Spirit-Self.
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    • de la presente, que contiene frases en griego y latín. Marie Steiner
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • ego. For the development of clairvoyant faculties in the general sense
    • development of the faculties of the ego, namely, the faculty of
    • of the human ego on this earth, then the ego was not actively present
    • is there for people to remember? A self-contained ego must be there in
    • therefore he never has the experience: ‘I was there with my ego’.
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    • development of the faculties of the ego, namely, the faculty of
    • of the human ego on this earth, then the ego was not actively present
    • is there for people to remember? A self-contained ego must be there in
    • therefore he never has the experience: ‘I was there with my ego’.
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    • his “Fathers.” He said to himself: ‘My Ego is enclosed
    • Abraham. The blood in my veins is the expression of my Ego, of my
    • One.” The Ego of man is linked to a spiritual world by threads
    • Golgotha brought to man a realisation of the Ego that is grounded upon
    • itself, albeit the ties of blood are not ignored — the Ego that
    • Ego-principle, and the saying went: “He who quickens this blood
    • experienced the overcoming of the Ego that functions in the world of
    • world, these three soul-powers are intimately bound together. The Ego
    • he attains Initiation he has not worked with the powers of the Ego at
    • were divided into three parts, and the Ego reigns as king over the
    • Ego. Feeling does not immediately attach itself to a thought, but the
    • thinking, a man of will, and the Ego, as king, rules over the three.
    • who has received the impulse of the Ego, of personality, who lets the
    • Spiritual work out of his individuality, who has brought the Ego-force
    • can only remain spiritual when the Ego remains outside. Thus
    • the World-Ego, by the human soul or the human Ego. The event recorded
    • higher Egohood. The union of the lily-soul with the rose-soul was
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    • his “Fathers.” He said to himself: ‘My Ego is enclosed
    • Abraham. The blood in my veins is the expression of my Ego, of my
    • One.” The Ego of man is linked to a spiritual world by threads
    • Golgotha brought to man a realisation of the Ego that is grounded upon
    • itself, albeit the ties of blood are not ignored — the Ego that
    • Ego-principle, and the saying went: “He who quickens this blood
    • experienced the overcoming of the Ego that functions in the world of
    • world, these three soul-powers are intimately bound together. The Ego
    • he attains Initiation he has not worked with the powers of the Ego at
    • were divided into three parts, and the Ego reigns as king over the
    • Ego. Feeling does not immediately attach itself to a thought, but the
    • thinking, a man of will, and the Ego, as king, rules over the three.
    • who has received the impulse of the Ego, of personality, who lets the
    • Spiritual work out of his individuality, who has brought the Ego-force
    • can only remain spiritual when the Ego remains outside. Thus
    • the World-Ego, by the human soul or the human Ego. The event recorded
    • higher Egohood. The union of the lily-soul with the rose-soul was
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    • could be formed, and that that feeling was a deep egoism — the
    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
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    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
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    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • became conscious of the Ego-principle last of all. In pre-Christian
    • the ‘soul-sheaths’ but in the true Ego — this was
    • Ego; for through my own Ego God speaks to me. In
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • to him through the Ego.
    • speak to man through the Ego kernel, just as it had spoken to
    • education, and that in the Ego which embraced the whole nation lie
    • Abraham was, I was the I AM.” In his Ego man experiences
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    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • became conscious of the Ego-principle last of all. In pre-Christian
    • the ‘soul-sheaths’ but in the true Ego — this was
    • Ego; for through my own Ego God speaks to me. In
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • to him through the Ego.
    • speak to man through the Ego kernel, just as it had spoken to
    • education, and that in the Ego which embraced the whole nation lie
    • Abraham was, I was the I AM.” In his Ego man experiences
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    • with the beginnings of Ego-consciousness; the central core of his
    • Ego-being, he began to make claims on him. — Brotherhood gave way
    • of egoism was entirely absent. Now the age-old symbol of a wisdom that
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • became a wisdom flowing from the Ego into human deeds and
    • Now just as human beings have developed Ego-consciousness, so too must
    • thence-forward surrounded them as the Rising of Egoism. This
    • wisdom-filled Ego builds the Ring which gives rise to the struggle for
    • since he himself is now entering into the sphere of Ego-wisdom
    • could not say: here is Ego-consciousness and there is
    • Ego-consciousness.
    • This was followed by the transition to Ego-consciousness. And now
    • think of the beginning of the Rhinegold. Is not the coming of
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
    • binds all beings.” When this urge to give freedom to the Ego, to
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    • with the beginnings of Ego-consciousness; the central core of his
    • Ego-being, he began to make claims on him. — Brotherhood gave way
    • of egoism was entirely absent. Now the age-old symbol of a wisdom that
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • became a wisdom flowing from the Ego into human deeds and
    • Now just as human beings have developed Ego-consciousness, so too must
    • thence-forward surrounded them as the Rising of Egoism. This
    • wisdom-filled Ego builds the Ring which gives rise to the struggle for
    • since he himself is now entering into the sphere of Ego-wisdom
    • could not say: here is Ego-consciousness and there is
    • Ego-consciousness.
    • This was followed by the transition to Ego-consciousness. And now
    • think of the beginning of the Rhinegold. Is not the coming of
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
    • binds all beings.” When this urge to give freedom to the Ego, to
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    • rises out of their egoism. The connection with the ARCHANGELOI, with
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • the change entailed through the fact that an Ego now dwells within
    • think of it as being endowed with an Ego, and since it is endowed
    • with an Ego, we must bear in mind that it has received a certain
    • Spirits of Form, and is in keeping with the fact that an Ego had to
    • way as to become a bearer of the Ego. Together with the Ego, the
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • jump out elastically into the world when the astral body and the Ego
    • ether of the universe. When our astral body and our Ego lay aside our
    • cooperates with our Ego that is passing through its time between
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • and Ego, but so that they are filled with what may be experienced in
    • is meant by physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego, we
    • one, a human being in whom the Ego is more active. It is
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
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    • Ego, etc. This is quite correct, to begin with, for it is necessary
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • the change entailed through the fact that an Ego now dwells within
    • think of it as being endowed with an Ego, and since it is endowed
    • with an Ego, we must bear in mind that it has received a certain
    • Spirits of Form, and is in keeping with the fact that an Ego had to
    • way as to become a bearer of the Ego. Together with the Ego, the
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • jump out elastically into the world when the astral body and the Ego
    • ether of the universe. When our astral body and our Ego lay aside our
    • cooperates with our Ego that is passing through its time between
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • and Ego, but so that they are filled with what may be experienced in
    • is meant by physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego, we
    • one, a human being in whom the Ego is more active. It is
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
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    • interior will have renounced every trace of egoism that may be
    • body and Ego — or Manas and Kama-Manas ... this is really
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    • body and Ego — or Manas and Kama-Manas ... this is really
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    • body nor with his ego, but was woven into his etheric body alone. In
    • into the future. We have heard that not only is the ego re-embodied,
    • body and even the ego; that is, the ego as an impulse, as it was
    • astral body and ego could by no means equal what his etheric body
    • supporters of Christianity. The egos of such people were capable of
    • sometimes seem so strange to us is that in their ego development they
    • What their egos did often seemed grotesque, but the world of
    • and are unable to understand his conscious ego, but are nevertheless
    • something containing all of this as well as enclosing the ego. All
    • conviction arose, because the ego functions in the consciousness
    • soul, that the Christ can be found in the ego. Because they had
    • What, then, has happened since the sixteenth century? The ego has
    • come gradually into prominence, and with it human egotism, and with
    • egotism, materialism. What the ego had previously acquired was
    • himself to what the ego can observe, to what the physical sensory
    • ego take into the inner sanctuary. The civilization since the
    • sixteenth century is one of egotism. What must now enter into this
    • ego? Christian evolution has passed through a development in the
    • ego. Now it must take into this ego the mysteries and secrets of
    • Christianity. Following a time when the ego learned to think through
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    • body nor with his ego, but was woven into his etheric body alone. In
    • into the future. We have heard that not only is the ego re-embodied,
    • body and even the ego; that is, the ego as an impulse, as it was
    • astral body and ego could by no means equal what his etheric body
    • supporters of Christianity. The egos of such people were capable of
    • sometimes seem so strange to us is that in their ego development they
    • What their egos did often seemed grotesque, but the world of
    • and are unable to understand his conscious ego, but are nevertheless
    • something containing all of this as well as enclosing the ego. All
    • conviction arose, because the ego functions in the consciousness
    • soul, that the Christ can be found in the ego. Because they had
    • What, then, has happened since the sixteenth century? The ego has
    • come gradually into prominence, and with it human egotism, and with
    • egotism, materialism. What the ego had previously acquired was
    • himself to what the ego can observe, to what the physical sensory
    • ego take into the inner sanctuary. The civilization since the
    • sixteenth century is one of egotism. What must now enter into this
    • ego? Christian evolution has passed through a development in the
    • ego. Now it must take into this ego the mysteries and secrets of
    • Christianity. Following a time when the ego learned to think through
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    • naturally led to from the foregoing indications, the following
    • fullness of his Ego. That has value; and that it is which
    • Ego, and not through the Grace of Bestowal, that was given by
    • lost. But a time is coming, through the power of the Ego, through the
    • Ego, is that which they can attain through their own
    • inherent in his Ego, will know the remedy for his pain. He will find
    • found in the Ego itself.
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    • naturally led to from the foregoing indications, the following
    • fullness of his Ego. That has value; and that it is which
    • Ego, and not through the Grace of Bestowal, that was given by
    • lost. But a time is coming, through the power of the Ego, through the
    • Ego, is that which they can attain through their own
    • inherent in his Ego, will know the remedy for his pain. He will find
    • found in the Ego itself.
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    • of the Ego, and man's evolution, at its present stage, consists in
    • working, from his Ego outwards, as it were, at the transformation of
    • in a far-off future the human Ego will have transformed these three
    • Ego. The Ego works upon the astral body, purifying and refining it,
    • gaining mastery over its qualities and activities. If the Ego has
    • instincts and desires. If, however, the Ego has refined the instincts
    • transformed. Whereas formerly it was not worked upon by the Ego, it
    • has become a product of the Ego. When the Ego carries out this work
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • the Ego works in a different and more intense way, not only upon the
    • this belongs to the far-off future, when the Ego has become so strong
    • in such a way that the Ego is everywhere controlling all that lives
    • Ego; and since this work begins with a regulation of the breathing
    • Ego. And just as we may speak of three of the members of our being as
    • which as a result of the work of the Ego will gradually unfold in the
    • etheric body, astral body and Ego. But although we regard these three
    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies by means of the Ego in a
    • consciousness, the dim activity of the Ego has already transformed
    • Ego upon the astral body has resulted in the development of the
    • same sense as enjoyment and desires. The Ego has also worked on the
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    • of the Ego, and man's evolution, at its present stage, consists in
    • working, from his Ego outwards, as it were, at the transformation of
    • in a far-off future the human Ego will have transformed these three
    • Ego. The Ego works upon the astral body, purifying and refining it,
    • gaining mastery over its qualities and activities. If the Ego has
    • instincts and desires. If, however, the Ego has refined the instincts
    • transformed. Whereas formerly it was not worked upon by the Ego, it
    • has become a product of the Ego. When the Ego carries out this work
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • the Ego works in a different and more intense way, not only upon the
    • this belongs to the far-off future, when the Ego has become so strong
    • in such a way that the Ego is everywhere controlling all that lives
    • Ego; and since this work begins with a regulation of the breathing
    • Ego. And just as we may speak of three of the members of our being as
    • which as a result of the work of the Ego will gradually unfold in the
    • etheric body, astral body and Ego. But although we regard these three
    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies by means of the Ego in a
    • consciousness, the dim activity of the Ego has already transformed
    • Ego upon the astral body has resulted in the development of the
    • same sense as enjoyment and desires. The Ego has also worked on the
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    • words categories of thought. It would never have occurred to the
    • were, to yield categories of thought; he still felt the words as
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    • words categories of thought. It would never have occurred to the
    • were, to yield categories of thought; he still felt the words as
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    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • relation of this our own Ego to all the other beings. To be able to
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
    • as Ego being among the other beings.
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    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • relation of this our own Ego to all the other beings. To be able to
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
    • as Ego being among the other beings.
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    • begotten a son by Rhea in an irregular way. Thus the Greeks speak of
    • the Greek myth — and this irregular son, who was so begotten,
    • son of Chronos and Rhea, but not begotten in the right way, so
    • incorrectly begotten that Helios, the Sun-God became so angry
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    • not have attained freedom and a full consciousness of the ego.
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    • profound allegorical-symbolical manner of speech they had put forward
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    • friends, that one reads nowadays of the so-called Peace negotiations
    • principal negotiators. It is not uninteresting — but even
    • most important negotiator at Brest-Litowsk.
    • vastly convenient to stand back and say: Yes, negotiations are going
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    • body, the ego — if we only speak of these four. But even if we
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    • the correspondent cannot forego pointing out that the two authors are
    • value of the so-called peace negotiations between the Central
    • develop an independent ego within us. It is important that we bear
    • this in mind. We can develop an independent ego by reason of having
    • have of his ego in the Lemurian times was also revealed to him from
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    • flow to us from the universe, coming to us by way of our ego and
    • into these worlds vanish during sleep the astral body and ego. They
    • the forces man's ego and astral body would send into them out
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    • an ego; for as we know, man as a whole, as we encounter him on earth,
    • is a conjunction of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego.
    • that physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego must at some
    • preponderance of astral body over ego. This is how you would proceed
    • ego and the astral body. Here the Luciferic displacement has brought
    • about a preponderance of the ego over the activity of the astral
    • astral body over ego. Such a thing does not exist. One must not just
    • preponderance of ego over astral body. This means that the ego or I
    • is more egoistic than it ought to be. This has happened through the
    • harmony, surrender. The ego will then stand in such a relation to the
    • that the relation is now a true one, that the ego has now cancelled
    • the ego stand then to the astral body? The relationship is a very
    • is merely in his ego and not interwoven with thinking, feeling and
    • and feelings and impulses of will, as well as with desires. His ego
    • shall not be able to form any correct idea of how the ego would now
    • or ego, which man ought to have preserved in all its purity beside
    • there on one side with thine ego and looking on at thy double, but
    • give thee some of my own power.” Thereupon the ego of man did
    • was the excessive egoism, which is a Luciferic quality in man. And
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    • have lost his ego. Thus in the fact that we can put memories behind
    • matter; consider the irregularity brought about where the ego
    • outweighs in its ego-ness the astral body, when you have spirit
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    • their ego from the Spirits of Form alone; for then they would
    • experience their ego through the resistance created by the momentary
    • experience the “I am”; it would be the organ for his ego
    • perceive his ego. Instead of beholding colours and hearing tones and
    • have come is the perception of the I or ego, and the one and only
    • only through this reaction ray back again his ego, and then he would
    • consciousness of my ego. For what I have become, in that I have
    • World-All. It is the ego I must now add; and the ego I perceive by
    • that we are an ego. Whoever overlooks this fact has no true knowledge
    • about for man that he should have not merely his ego for sense
    • perception, but that he should feel his astral body, too, as his ego,
    • feeling and willing. The ego was thus no longer pure, something else
    • expression of the ego, man's ego is bound up here on earth with
    • that is to say, he would feel his ego in him as seven-membered. One
    • man. This seven-foldness that man would feel in his ego, as it were,
    • nature of man as it plays into the ego from physical body, and from
    • illumination of the one, the ego, had not authority been given to
    • darkening, while the ego grew particularly bright and was made to
    • shine with a light-filled ego-ness — was that the ego was
    • ego that would from the outset have had a sevenfold character.
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    • we call the ego. Besides this he has his astral body, and at the
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • universe, — only now the ego and the astral body take separate
    • paths. The astral body, divided from the ego, now goes its own way,
    • and in a similar manner the ego takes its own course. We cannot,
    • ego follows its path in a world very different from that of the
    • Their Relationships to Art and Religion.) the ego develops
    • makes the ego feel attracted to just this particular returning astral
    • astral body and the ego. It thus comes about that when the human
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • returns again; this astral body, so to speak, now meets the ego.
    • Thus it approaches the ego. It has kinship with the planetary system.
    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • through our ego, what grows from within outward against the
    • related to the earth forces, because the human ego on approaching
    • if we, egotistically boasting of our “higher culture,”
    • made the ego-consciousness appear with a special vigor. And the
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
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    • we call the ego. Besides this he has his astral body, and at the
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • universe, — only now the ego and the astral body take separate
    • paths. The astral body, divided from the ego, now goes its own way,
    • and in a similar manner the ego takes its own course. We cannot,
    • ego follows its path in a world very different from that of the
    • Their Relationships to Art and Religion.) the ego develops
    • makes the ego feel attracted to just this particular returning astral
    • astral body and the ego. It thus comes about that when the human
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • returns again; this astral body, so to speak, now meets the ego.
    • Thus it approaches the ego. It has kinship with the planetary system.
    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • through our ego, what grows from within outward against the
    • related to the earth forces, because the human ego on approaching
    • if we, egotistically boasting of our “higher culture,”
    • made the ego-consciousness appear with a special vigor. And the
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
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    • waking, both the astral body and the Ego are present outside the
    • is not possible for him to have direct consciousness of what the Ego
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • these experiences are undergone by the Ego and astral body during
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • sense; the Ego and astral body have separated, in essentials, from
    • And now let us consider the Ego during the hours of sleep. The Ego is
    • the Ego involved in what the human being performs with his limbs,
    • carries forth the soul-quality of the word during sleep; the Ego is
    • in waking consciousness. The Ego is involved in every movement of the
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • words sound trivial, the Ego is satisfied with the legs having moved
    • as well. Part of the experience of the Ego during the hours of sleep
    • spirit that is added by the Ego to what it bears outwards from the
    • the Ego in the sleeping state. The Ego carries out into sleep
    • is carried towards the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, so is the Ego
    • And what enables the Ego to be united with the Archai? Although we
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    • waking, both the astral body and the Ego are present outside the
    • is not possible for him to have direct consciousness of what the Ego
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • these experiences are undergone by the Ego and astral body during
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • sense; the Ego and astral body have separated, in essentials, from
    • And now let us consider the Ego during the hours of sleep. The Ego is
    • the Ego involved in what the human being performs with his limbs,
    • carries forth the soul-quality of the word during sleep; the Ego is
    • in waking consciousness. The Ego is involved in every movement of the
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • words sound trivial, the Ego is satisfied with the legs having moved
    • as well. Part of the experience of the Ego during the hours of sleep
    • spirit that is added by the Ego to what it bears outwards from the
    • the Ego in the sleeping state. The Ego carries out into sleep
    • is carried towards the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, so is the Ego
    • And what enables the Ego to be united with the Archai? Although we
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    • means of intellectual symbols and allegories. But, just as a noble
    • foregoing. Faust has become acquainted with the secrets of the three
    • twenty characters in this allegory, all symbolical of certain forces
    • every sentence in the allegory is significant. The more deeply one
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    • means of intellectual symbols and allegories. But, just as a noble
    • foregoing. Faust has become acquainted with the secrets of the three
    • twenty characters in this allegory, all symbolical of certain forces
    • every sentence in the allegory is significant. The more deeply one
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    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
    • Also known as: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness,
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    • unpractical. It does not wish to lead human beings in their egotism
    • sort of tendency towards the symbolic or the allegoric. Not a single
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • barren, allegorical symbolism, Spiritual Science leads to actual
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    • unpractical. It does not wish to lead human beings in their egotism
    • sort of tendency towards the symbolic or the allegoric. Not a single
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • barren, allegorical symbolism, Spiritual Science leads to actual
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    • would then be obvious to which category the greater number of tokens
    • but as the result of friendly negotiations set on foot for his
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    • element of human egoism, there its dangers begin. And in what realm
    • would then be obvious to which category the greater number of tokens
    • but as the result of friendly negotiations set on foot for his
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    • about Anthroposophy is by no means in the worst category, and it is
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    • egoistical element finds its way. People only turn to religion when
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    • category and a system made out of it all. Goethe could not accept this;
    • table with the indifference begotten by materialism, but will feel the
    • human egoism and to be regarded as a realm entirely distinct from
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    • instincts to the highest degree of egoism. It develops the instincts
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
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    • instincts to the highest degree of egoism. It develops the instincts
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
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    • require a physical body. Their lowest member was the Ego, even as
    • body and Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man, so these
    • Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, of the Holy Ghost, the Son
    • feeling of independence, of Ego-consciousness and of Ego-feeling. You
    • could not use your eye in the service of the Ego had your eye's
    • enabled to place your eye at the service of the Ego. These members
    • were therefore prepared by the Spirits of the Ego, also named the
    • Spirits of Egoism. They gave us the wisest thing of all, when
    • as human dignity, had not these Spirits of Egoism implanted, in him
    • the Ego-feeling. There have always been Beings who followed an evil
    • Ego into man and who are now upon a stage of development greatly
    • highest of all, gave their Ego as an offering of self-renunciation
    • and sacrifice; but the others followed the development of their Ego
    • Ego who followed the good path, and we bear within us the seed of
    • of all the evil Egos and of everything which is radically immoral,
    • Their lowest body is the astral body, then comes the Ego, the
    • The ASURAS or the EGO SPIRITS reached the human stage during the
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
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    • body and Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man, so these
    • Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, of the Holy Ghost, the Son
    • feeling of independence, of Ego-consciousness and of Ego-feeling. You
    • could not use your eye in the service of the Ego had your eye's
    • enabled to place your eye at the service of the Ego. These members
    • were therefore prepared by the Spirits of the Ego, also named the
    • Spirits of Egoism. They gave us the wisest thing of all, when
    • as human dignity, had not these Spirits of Egoism implanted, in him
    • the Ego-feeling. There have always been Beings who followed an evil
    • Ego into man and who are now upon a stage of development greatly
    • highest of all, gave their Ego as an offering of self-renunciation
    • and sacrifice; but the others followed the development of their Ego
    • Ego who followed the good path, and we bear within us the seed of
    • of all the evil Egos and of everything which is radically immoral,
    • Their lowest body is the astral body, then comes the Ego, the
    • The ASURAS or the EGO SPIRITS reached the human stage during the
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
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    • experiences with his ego and his astral body and together with those
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • not contain his astral body and his ego, as is the case when he is
    • ego carry on within our physical body while we are awake, does not
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    • experiences with his ego and his astral body and together with those
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • not contain his astral body and his ego, as is the case when he is
    • ego carry on within our physical body while we are awake, does not
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    • to unfold its life more and more within the human Ego. This was,
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    • member, he possesses the Ego, which passes from incarnation to
    • to unfold its life more and more within the human Ego. This was,
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • characterised as the rise of a particular inthrust of egoism in all
    • branches of civilised humanity, an egoism of a kind that was
    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • trivially of what one generally defines as egoism, but I speak of
    • egoism in a special sense, into which we shall penetrate a little in
    • by egoism, out of this youthful freshness of the human understanding.
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • implies the finest possible elaboration of EGOISM.
    • rebuke this epoch of egoism, we should not only fall upon it with
    • external danger, we should recognise this age of egoism as the one in
    • which ego-consciousness comes to the fore with special incisiveness.
    • egoism, that presents so many temptations, in order to reach that
    • now existing mature ego-feeling, mature ego-consciousness —
    • induces mankind to solve tasks that are not only egoistic tasks, but
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, so that the ego may once more be
    • in the sphere of egoism, when we lock ourselves up in our inner
    • human soul, that is to say, the ego and the astral body, loosens
    • bed — where does the soul, that is the ego and the astral body,
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    • characterised as the rise of a particular inthrust of egoism in all
    • branches of civilised humanity, an egoism of a kind that was
    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • trivially of what one generally defines as egoism, but I speak of
    • egoism in a special sense, into which we shall penetrate a little in
    • by egoism, out of this youthful freshness of the human understanding.
    • soul enabling man to really permeate, really grasp his ego, first
    • implies the finest possible elaboration of EGOISM.
    • rebuke this epoch of egoism, we should not only fall upon it with
    • external danger, we should recognise this age of egoism as the one in
    • which ego-consciousness comes to the fore with special incisiveness.
    • egoism, that presents so many temptations, in order to reach that
    • now existing mature ego-feeling, mature ego-consciousness —
    • induces mankind to solve tasks that are not only egoistic tasks, but
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • anthroposophical spiritual science, so that the ego may once more be
    • in the sphere of egoism, when we lock ourselves up in our inner
    • human soul, that is to say, the ego and the astral body, loosens
    • bed — where does the soul, that is the ego and the astral body,
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    • possible to have an ego as easily as man has one between birth and
    • calls this mirror-image his ego. It is a faithful mirror-image of the
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • If another anchorage were not now available, man would have no ego at
    • all. For this ego, this ‘I’, that he has between birth
    • he leaves the body, and then he can be conscious of an ego only by
    • it is possible for him again to have an ego. And he perceives that
    • egoism of soul, which impels very many people to anthroposophical
    • acts as a mirror, reflecting the image of our ego to us —
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
    • image of the ego is reflected back to you by the body. You know of
    • this ego-image when you look at the body with that centre of
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • ego-image is the body, and man calls these mirrored images his soul;
    • But this picture: There, down below, is the body; there the ego
    • permeate us through and through, we ray forth the ego:
    • We ray forth this ego from the spiritual world. We must learn to feel
    • this ego, to feel that we have within us the ego behind which stand
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
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    • possible to have an ego as easily as man has one between birth and
    • calls this mirror-image his ego. It is a faithful mirror-image of the
    • real ego, but it is a mirror-image, a picture only, a
    • If another anchorage were not now available, man would have no ego at
    • all. For this ego, this ‘I’, that he has between birth
    • he leaves the body, and then he can be conscious of an ego only by
    • it is possible for him again to have an ego. And he perceives that
    • egoism of soul, which impels very many people to anthroposophical
    • acts as a mirror, reflecting the image of our ego to us —
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
    • image of the ego is reflected back to you by the body. You know of
    • this ego-image when you look at the body with that centre of
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
    • ego-image is the body, and man calls these mirrored images his soul;
    • But this picture: There, down below, is the body; there the ego
    • permeate us through and through, we ray forth the ego:
    • We ray forth this ego from the spiritual world. We must learn to feel
    • this ego, to feel that we have within us the ego behind which stand
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • or allegorical art, but true art — which means creative,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SO-CALLED DEAD.
    • the Ego. With these four members of human nature, we build up our
    • experience kindles that which constitutes our Ego-consciousness after
    • Ego-consciousness that not only resembles but far exceeds that which
    • Ego-consciousness, if we could not look back incessantly, if we would
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • the portal of death, then our Ego-consciousness after death is in the
    • same case as our physical Ego-consciousness here upon the earth,
    • Ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so we know nothing concerning
    • other side. This kindles our Ego-consciousness on the other
    • Ego-consciousness; after death, we have the other side of
    • Ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we should look for the
    • Ego, through the fact that we constantly look back upon our death, is
    • our Ego, upon that which has become inwoven with the universe,
    • and in our Ego; it is reflected in the same way in which the external
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • the Ego therefore remain to us from our earthly life.
    • up within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our Ego rises
    • upon Venus; our Ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
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    • EGO-CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE SO-CALLED DEAD.
    • the Ego. With these four members of human nature, we build up our
    • experience kindles that which constitutes our Ego-consciousness after
    • Ego-consciousness that not only resembles but far exceeds that which
    • Ego-consciousness, if we could not look back incessantly, if we would
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • the portal of death, then our Ego-consciousness after death is in the
    • same case as our physical Ego-consciousness here upon the earth,
    • Ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so we know nothing concerning
    • other side. This kindles our Ego-consciousness on the other
    • Ego-consciousness; after death, we have the other side of
    • Ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we should look for the
    • Ego, through the fact that we constantly look back upon our death, is
    • our Ego, upon that which has become inwoven with the universe,
    • and in our Ego; it is reflected in the same way in which the external
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • the Ego therefore remain to us from our earthly life.
    • up within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our Ego rises
    • upon Venus; our Ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
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    • nature, striving after the unity of the Ego. At this still primitive
    • true Ego, the gift of the earth, depends upon the fact that the
    • human being his Ego-nature.
    • the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
    • something more spiritual than the Ego-nature and more strongly
    • develops his Ego within it — that is to say, with the spirits
    • time is the earthly element, the Ego-forming element. When another
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    • nature, striving after the unity of the Ego. At this still primitive
    • true Ego, the gift of the earth, depends upon the fact that the
    • human being his Ego-nature.
    • the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
    • something more spiritual than the Ego-nature and more strongly
    • develops his Ego within it — that is to say, with the spirits
    • time is the earthly element, the Ego-forming element. When another
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    • the whole system of man, his astral body and ego. Let us now recall that the
    • actually within them with his ego and soul being. It is in the daytime, when
    • we are awake, that the astral body and ego are within the physical and
    • of this is that the human ego and astral body first receive a revelation of
    • first meeting; and because man is always with part of his astral body and ego
    • that during the waking state we are both with our ego and astral body within
    • and ego, which during the day, when we are awake, is within the physical and
    • gates of death, the ego and astral body are naturally at first far more
    • world perceive the inner — because the astral body and ego of Miss A
    • are always doing with a large part of our ego and astral body — through
    • conception intended to be taken allegorically.’ Or else they say:
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    • the whole system of man, his astral body and ego. Let us now recall that the
    • actually within them with his ego and soul being. It is in the daytime, when
    • we are awake, that the astral body and ego are within the physical and
    • of this is that the human ego and astral body first receive a revelation of
    • first meeting; and because man is always with part of his astral body and ego
    • that during the waking state we are both with our ego and astral body within
    • and ego, which during the day, when we are awake, is within the physical and
    • gates of death, the ego and astral body are naturally at first far more
    • world perceive the inner — because the astral body and ego of Miss A
    • are always doing with a large part of our ego and astral body — through
    • conception intended to be taken allegorically.’ Or else they say:
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    • immediately call it egoistic; it would be better to express it this
    • point of view. If a man is a thoroughgoing egoist he will not profit
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    • egoistic desire for recovery; in fact there has to be knowledge of
    • of a physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, even if people
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego play in the healthy
    • ego, then however much you study anatomy and physiology you would not
    • blood is the expression of the ego nature of man. And if Goethe's
    • man's being, namely the ego. And scientific methods must be
    • the ego, a member of the human being that is at a high level. Even as
    • ego, and these ailments also appear in a way — but in a limited
    • way — in the expression of the ego, the blood. Then there are
    • types of illnesses connected with the ego itself and therefore also
    • bearer of the ego. I could speak to you for hours about the types of
    • of view in the blood and from the spiritual point of view in the ego.
    • ourselves what the actual basic character of the ego is like. What
    • with one or another basic soul character of the ego. Certain chronic
    • character type his ego is, otherwise you are bound to go wrong with
    • as they can have a direct or indirect influence on the ego. When you
    • the character of the ego. To find the right cure, you need, in
    • connected physically with the blood and spiritually with the ego.
    • works best of all when the Illness is actually in a person's ego
    • carried out in the right way, their effect on the ego will entirely
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    • you still see the etheric body, the astral body and the ego aura. You
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego. These four members of man's
    • astral body and the ego are to a certain extent outside these. But
    • more accurately today. The astral body and the ego are not active in
    • interpenetrated by an astral body and something resembling an ego.
    • higher entities. When the human being's own astral body and ego
    • human body cannot remain without there being an ego and an astral
    • body active within it, so there also has to be an ego and an astral
    • have to say that the ego and the astral body that are active in the
    • activity of the human being's own astral body and ego. If we want to
    • imagine the ego as it is nowadays, in the waking state, we have to
    • tell ourselves that this human ego is within the human body when man
    • larger ego of its sphere of influence. What does our own limited ego
    • this ego that has freed itself in the daytime from the large cosmic
    • ego and that has a free hand in the human body, descends into the
    • cosmic ego during the night and foregoes its own activity. And
    • because the day ego descends into the cosmic ego, the cosmic ego can
    • accumulated during the day. Because the day ego sinks down into the
    • cosmic ego it is possible for the night ego to be active in an
    • visualise the relationship of the day ego to the night ego as though
    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
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    • between man's ego, astral body, etheric body and physical body. What
    • there is to say about the fourth member, the ego, is best seen if we
    • by the ego in the course of the twenty-four hours of the day. One day
    • with its twenty-four hours, during which the ego experiences day and
    • we say that what the ego goes through in a day is based on the number
    • similar way to our astral body is the number seven. Whereas the ego
    • and we can say that our ego returns to its starting-point after a day
    • returns to the same point after seven days. So whilst the ego goes
    • etheric body, astral body and ego have evolved through Saturn, Sun,
    • astral body and ego. And then you hear that work is done by the ego,
    • scheme: physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. You know,
    • we know of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego,
    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego, you have four. And you are
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • the physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, enables us to
    • complexes of the physical body itself. That is, the ego has its chief
    • presented the illnesses arising out of the ego as such, and which
    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • aside as well as his physical body, hence this combination of ego,
    • follows the life that is determined by the combination of ego and
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • it is just the activity of the ego in the organism that calls forth
    • only possible in a being that has his ego within his own organism and
    • whose ego is not a group ego as it is with the animals. For laughing
    • the ego-hood within the bodily nature. What happens when a person
    • weeps? Weeping can only come about when the ego feels weak in
    • relation to what faces it in the environment. If the ego is not in
    • possession of ego-hood, man feels a certain disharmony in his
    • How does he restore the balance? He does so in that his ego contracts
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • relationship of the ego to the environment if what we have lost were
    • ego feels forsaken. So the ego contracts the forces of its astral
    • ego, the fourth member of man's being, contracts the forces of the
    • process. The ego tries as it were to loosen the astral body, to
    • the ego is contracting the astral body. Every time someone laughs,
    • the ego is expanding and making a bulge in the astral body. Only
    • because the ego is active within man's being and not working as a
    • group ego from outside can laughing and weeping arise. Now because
    • the ego only gradually begins to be active in the child, and at birth
    • to the extent that the ego becomes master of the inner strings that
    • animal has a group soul, or we could say a group ego. Its form is
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • EGO IN THE DIFFERENT RACES OF MEN
    • thus understand to be a necessary consequence of the foregoing you
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • extent migrated to Atlantis, the active development of the ego would
    • actual ego being, a being with self-consciousness. These capacities
    • and who were normal, for they had not developed egoism to too great
    • an extent, nor had they developed their ego-feeling solely on a lower
    • level. With them, devotion to the outer world and ego-feeling
    • tremendously strong ego-feeling, much too soon, of course; for human
    • bodies an instrument for a strongly developed ego-feeling. This made
    • the body hardened in egoism as it were, and it became impossible for
    • who had not reached anything like a normal ego-feeling because they
    • peoples whose ego impulse was developed too strongly, so that it
    • permeated their whole being and made it a manifestation of egohood,
    • people whose ego-feeling was too little developed migrated to the
    • it were. Now the colour of egohood is red or copper or a yellowish
    • brown. And an overpowering feeling of ego arising from offended
    • people, however, who had developed their ego being too little, and
    • developed their ego-feeling in a normal way. The human beings who had
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    • actual ego of man is born. Not until then does the human being awaken
    • to his full inner intensity and the ego that has evolved through the
    • so it dies. The animal still has an astral body, but no ego.
    • astral body of the animal has no ego within it in the physical world.
    • The animal's ego is a group ego; it embraces a whole group and exists
    • as group ego in the astral world, where its possibilities of
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • be born; but the ego is not there, it is on the astral plane.
    • twenty-one, when the ego is born in man, his development is
    • identical to that of an animal, for that is not the case. The ego is
    • of twenty-one, he is from the outset no animal being, for the ego,
    • it is essentially this ego that can be educated. For it is this ego,
    • ego received nothing new in a further incarnation, man would not be
    • enriching his ego, and reaches higher levels from one incarnation to
    • another. It is because man bears within him an ego that has already
    • attained as an ego in his Previous incarnation. This can be
    • his ego, and he has been gradually developing these principles. But
    • within the ego he is increasingly bringing experiences of a new kind
    • our ego. Henceforth, however, they will need what is formed by the
    • ego itself, man s new creation out of pure relations, which is no
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    • with the Macrocosm. A twelfth century allegory. Reference to
    • Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all the periods of
    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • egotistic mysticism in one life, hypochondria in the next, defective
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and Ego was changed by the force
    • Michelangelo added four so-called ‘allegorical’ figures,
    • no particularly good photographs of these allegorical figures, you
    • allegorical figure of ‘Night’ with occult vision. We can
    • then say to ourselves: when a human being is asleep, his Ego and
    • body and Ego have left. As we go about during the day our gestures
    • Ego are within the physical and etheric bodies. But at night the
    • astral body and Ego are outside and the etheric body alone is in the
    • astral and etheric bodies were as quiescent as possible and the Ego
    • of the Ego than that portrayed by Michelangelo in the figure of
    • ‘Day’. The postures are not allegorical but drawn
    • evolutionary process most aptly express the activity of the Ego and
    • body, the astral body and the Ego from a man's physical body, we
    • diminished activity of the etheric body and Ego, we shall find the
    • etheric body and of the Ego (in the figures of ‘Night’
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    • the human Ego, the ‘I’. A distinction must however be
    • Ego, as ‘I’; he finds himself so at home in his ‘I’
    • and races; hence in that sense there is something egoistic about
    • same stage and the element of religious egoism would be in evidence
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    • with the Macrocosm. A twelfth century allegory. Reference to
    • Ego-consciousness. In his astral consciousness, in his
    • Ego-consciousness. To believe that would be to misunderstand entirely
    • spiritual world only in their Ego-consciousness, only in what
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • part in their Ego-consciousness only and not in the consciousness
    • his own Ego and astral body. When does a human being allow his limbs
    • leaves and blossoms? When his Ego and astral body leave his bodily
    • organism. What the sun does to the plant, the Ego and astral body do
    • must turn to the sun as man's body must turn to the Ego and astral
    • to know what occult investigation reveals, namely that the Ego and
    • dependent upon the sun and the forces operating in space. The Ego and
    • sunlight withdraws; in respect of his Ego and astral body, however,
    • shining. In his Ego and astral body man has emancipated himself from
    • Earth and to its forces; but the Ego and astral body belong to the
    • forces of the Cosmos. After the death of the human being Ego and
    • the twelfth century a story, a splendid allegory, became current in
    • own direct vision of the spiritual world that the Ego and astral body
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    • his Ego and astral body when these members are outside his physical
    • maintained between the spiritual man, that is to say, Ego and astral
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego. This connection can
    • picture of the Ego when a human being is asleep, actually becomes
    • twofold. During the waking state the Ego-aura holds together in the
    • spreads out below. This part of the Ego-aura appears to clairvoyance
    • infinitudes of the world of stars. The Ego-aura is thus divided —
    • human being; with the Ego-forces that permeate him in the waking
    • Ego-aura seems to envelop the human form.
    • while a human being is asleep. The upper part of the Ego-aura
    • Now that part of the Ego-aura which streams downwards
    • quite rightly from a certain standpoint — that the Ego and
    • true only as regards the upper parts of the Ego-aura and astral aura.
    • It is not correct as regards the parts of the Ego-aura and astral
    • these parts of the astral aura and of the Ego-aura are more closely
    • kindled by the lower Ego-aura and lower astral aura. The vitalising
    • body and Ego; this is absolutely correct as regard the upper parts of
    • the Ego-aura and astral aura, especially of the Ego-aura. But if you
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    • not divide into two categories, one composed of people devoted
    • the other category would hold themselves aloof in a life patterned on
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    • Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all the periods of
    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • Ego, together with everything that belongs to these members. We know,
    • ‘I’ or Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all
    • or Ego which have enabled him to think, to speak and adopt the
    • down to a level below that of these Spirits of Form. To what category
    • belonging to the Ego. Otherwise, if Luciferic Spirits did not
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    • Ego-consciousness dawns in him. This experience does not by any means
    • said that Ego-consciousness flashes up in the human being at some
    • Ego-consciousness, there are other occurrences which as it were
    • of Ego-consciousness. If we observe human life with discernment we
    • category as its polar antithesis. When man's form has developed until
    • principles belonging to the first category come from the Spirits of
    • the Ego. We know that man received the germ of his physical body from
    • the regular Spirits of Form into an Ego-bearing being and that this
    • — the Ego. This happens in the early years of life, in the
    • what comes into the category of intangible but sovereign authority.
    • his Ego? How did this soul-content differ from what existed before
    • alone but also by a certain category of Luciferic spirits of the
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    • are living within our own Ego-hood. Such is the difference when the
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    • egotistic mysticism in one life, hypochondria in the next, defective
    • were obliged again to forego the right guidance and could not become
    • attitude of soul but an attitude based on sheer egoism. They were
    • people with a pious, even mystical nature emanating from egoism.
    • After all, mysticism very often has its origin in egoism. An
    • have acquired is an egotistic attitude of soul.
    • basic attitude of the soul was that of egotistic mysticism, egotistic
    • developed a religious frame of mind out of sheer egoism. They then
    • man consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego,
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    • know that the Ego of Zarathustra had lived in this body; that the
    • least of spirit, a world grasped and explored directly by the Ego and
    • spirit spoke out of the Ego, as it can do, in concepts that were
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    • anthroposophical explanations. I mean the Jesus in whom lived the Ego
    • development appropriate for so lofty an Ego in that period. We know
    • also that the Zarathustra Ego passed over into the body of the other
    • child we cannot say that in him there lived an ordinary human ego
    • Earth itself is essentially the scene of action for the Ego. The
    • which the Ego-force could come to necessary expression on Earth. The
    • Ego had been brought to its highest stage in Zarathustra. The souls
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
    • feeling and willing, and the harmonisation in the Ego, this last
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    • bound up with the Earth and belongs to it; the Ego which is the
    • reveals itself in the Ego through calm repose, when the Sibylline
    • and to make manifest that which lives in the Ego.
    • the Ego wishes to establish a relationship with its god, how does
    • commandments that arise when the Ego stands directly over against God
    • and receives from God the rule, the precept, that the Ego must follow
    • the Ego in the soul. And the Prophets immediately wax wrath if
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    • out the forces that speak through the clarity of the Ego. This indeed
    • those which can speak through the Ego.
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    • outer world, and does our ego register the conscious impressions this
    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
    • functions prior to the advent of ego-consciousness up to the point of
    • less effective than those we define as symbolic, or allegorical. For
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    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
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    • less effective than those we define as symbolic, or allegorical. For
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    • astral body from the Old Moon, and the Ego. And when we look at man
    • ego which is not a relic from other periods of evolution. It is the
    • laws of Earth which prevail and are active when the ego fashions man
    • Ego. But deep in the background of your being lies your invisible
    • earthly laws of the embodiment of the Ego, we look towards the
    • body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, — etheric body, astral body,
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
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    • astral body from the Old Moon, and the Ego. And when we look at man
    • ego which is not a relic from other periods of evolution. It is the
    • laws of Earth which prevail and are active when the ego fashions man
    • Ego. But deep in the background of your being lies your invisible
    • earthly laws of the embodiment of the Ego, we look towards the
    • body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, — etheric body, astral body,
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
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    • speak of a group-ego in an entirely different way than we do now; the
    • body and the ego are taken up by us when we awake, and how we let
    • sleeping and waking. For when we take up in ourselves our ego
    • more, and send our astral body and ego out of our body, then we may
    • physical body, his etheric body, his astral body, his ego
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    • speak of a group-ego in an entirely different way than we do now; the
    • body and the ego are taken up by us when we awake, and how we let
    • sleeping and waking. For when we take up in ourselves our ego
    • more, and send our astral body and ego out of our body, then we may
    • physical body, his etheric body, his astral body, his ego
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    • not come to a proper ego-consciousness at all (I have already
    • described this maturation of ego-consciousness from other points of
    • ego-consciousness over there if we are unable to find the force in us
    • an egoistic way through the religious faiths. This is done out of
    • power of certain egotistically minded brotherhoods. Humanity strives
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    • with it a firm Ego-consciousness during our existence between death
    • Ego-consciousness in this life by leading us back to a certain
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • Ego-consciousness after death and the contemplation of death may
    • significance for the strength and intensity of our Ego-consciousness
    • regard to the spiritual world an Ego-consciousness which needed a
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
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    • with it a firm Ego-consciousness during our existence between death
    • Ego-consciousness in this life by leading us back to a certain
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • Ego-consciousness after death and the contemplation of death may
    • significance for the strength and intensity of our Ego-consciousness
    • regard to the spiritual world an Ego-consciousness which needed a
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
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    • sleep, too, indirectly, when with our ego and astral body we are
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • to this or that human being as a result of vanity or egoism —
    • vanity and egoism and the like? Let us not think for a moment that a
    • until then does he as ego — now in the spiritual world —
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
    • past can also work directly as an ego — albeit at the same time
    • our ego, are under constant influences from those long dead. In our
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    • sleep, too, indirectly, when with our ego and astral body we are
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • to this or that human being as a result of vanity or egoism —
    • vanity and egoism and the like? Let us not think for a moment that a
    • until then does he as ego — now in the spiritual world —
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
    • past can also work directly as an ego — albeit at the same time
    • our ego, are under constant influences from those long dead. In our
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    • world the human being is a self, an ego, an ‘I’. It is
    • feel himself an ego, an ‘I’. It is different in the
    • transformation with strengthened ego feeling were regulated in the
    • obliging that the ego feeling is provided for us as it is through the
    • feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means for our soul to be
    • can acquire of a strengthened ego-feeling becomes inner
    • a strengthened ego in the elemental world.
    • onset of egoism and love of deception to an extent that would be
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    • world the human being is a self, an ego, an ‘I’. It is
    • feel himself an ego, an ‘I’. It is different in the
    • transformation with strengthened ego feeling were regulated in the
    • obliging that the ego feeling is provided for us as it is through the
    • feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means for our soul to be
    • can acquire of a strengthened ego-feeling becomes inner
    • a strengthened ego in the elemental world.
    • onset of egoism and love of deception to an extent that would be
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    • The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead.
    • grasped in the physical world, to the ego. With these four members of
    • constitutes our ego-consciousness after death. Throughout the
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • that we are an ego only because we know that we have died, that our
    • ego-consciousness after death is in the same case as our physical
    • ego-consciousness here upon the earth when we are asleep. Just as we
    • know nothing of our physical ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so
    • ego-consciousness on the other side. Here, in the physical world, we
    • have, as it were, one side of ego-consciousness; after death, we have
    • the other side of ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we
    • the manner in which we grasp our ego, through the fact that we
    • namely, with our astral body and our ego, upon that which has become
    • we still possess, in our astral body and in our ego; it is reflected
    • now have the astral body, the ego and the Spirit-Self.
    • The astral body and the ego therefore remain to us from
    • within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our ego rises up
    • upon Venus; our ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
    • We now consist of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and ego.
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    • The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead.
    • grasped in the physical world, to the ego. With these four members of
    • constitutes our ego-consciousness after death. Throughout the
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • that we are an ego only because we know that we have died, that our
    • ego-consciousness after death is in the same case as our physical
    • ego-consciousness here upon the earth when we are asleep. Just as we
    • know nothing of our physical ego-consciousness when we are asleep, so
    • ego-consciousness on the other side. Here, in the physical world, we
    • have, as it were, one side of ego-consciousness; after death, we have
    • the other side of ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we
    • the manner in which we grasp our ego, through the fact that we
    • namely, with our astral body and our ego, upon that which has become
    • we still possess, in our astral body and in our ego; it is reflected
    • now have the astral body, the ego and the Spirit-Self.
    • The astral body and the ego therefore remain to us from
    • within us; we now experience it inwardly. And our ego rises up
    • upon Venus; our ego rises up as a prototype of the Life-Spirit.
    • We now consist of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and ego.
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    • etheric body, astral body and Ego.
    • an Ego-consciousness after death. The Ego consciousness is aroused
    • I am an Ego.”
    • not have an Ego-consciousness after death.”
    • the Ego-consciousness within the body, so does the human being
    • acquire the Ego consciousness after death, from the other side of
    • world, not of our Ego. In this experience, it actually is as if that
    • only the Ego and the astral body, and when we, of course, look back.
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • body and in our Ego.
    • Our Ego lights up in self-consciousness through the
    • our astral body and our Ego. Thus we see that just the opposite thing
    • death, as astral body and Ego, and remain united with the human
    • astral body and then in the Ego when the astral body has been laid
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    • etheric body, astral body and Ego.
    • an Ego-consciousness after death. The Ego consciousness is aroused
    • I am an Ego.”
    • not have an Ego-consciousness after death.”
    • the Ego-consciousness within the body, so does the human being
    • acquire the Ego consciousness after death, from the other side of
    • world, not of our Ego. In this experience, it actually is as if that
    • only the Ego and the astral body, and when we, of course, look back.
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
    • bodies, continue to live in their astral bodies and their Egos. You
    • body and in our Ego.
    • Our Ego lights up in self-consciousness through the
    • our astral body and our Ego. Thus we see that just the opposite thing
    • death, as astral body and Ego, and remain united with the human
    • astral body and then in the Ego when the astral body has been laid
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    • astral body, ego and so on. It may seem to many people that once they
    • same relationship between etheric body and astral body and ego in
    • and understand his egohood. The other is that when, in later years, a
    • being becomes conscious of his egohood. There are books on psychology
    • later that the ego appears, the ego with which everything else
    • the ego was inactive. Of course it was not inactive! It is not the
    • case that until the third year of life the ego remains unborn. It was
    • activity of consciousness. What, then, was its task? The ego is the
    • ego is continually at work. It cannot become conscious because
    • first years of life. The task devolving upon the ego changes —
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • adequately described. The ego is a supreme artist! But
    • what is the source, the giver of its power? The ego has this power
    • higher Hierarchy, works in man through his ego, moulding and shaping
    • in mind that in the earliest period of his life the ego is not merely
    • of an angel in connection with this period and of the child's ego as
    • possible for the ego to mould the outer sheath of the human being.
    • accomplished by the ego can now be carried out. Our physical body is
    • in which the ego lives. If we had not this dense physical body it
    • moreover, unable to unfold ego-consciousness: this being of
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    • astral body, ego and so on. It may seem to many people that once they
    • same relationship between etheric body and astral body and ego in
    • and understand his egohood. The other is that when, in later years, a
    • being becomes conscious of his egohood. There are books on psychology
    • later that the ego appears, the ego with which everything else
    • the ego was inactive. Of course it was not inactive! It is not the
    • case that until the third year of life the ego remains unborn. It was
    • activity of consciousness. What, then, was its task? The ego is the
    • ego is continually at work. It cannot become conscious because
    • first years of life. The task devolving upon the ego changes —
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • adequately described. The ego is a supreme artist! But
    • what is the source, the giver of its power? The ego has this power
    • higher Hierarchy, works in man through his ego, moulding and shaping
    • in mind that in the earliest period of his life the ego is not merely
    • of an angel in connection with this period and of the child's ego as
    • possible for the ego to mould the outer sheath of the human being.
    • accomplished by the ego can now be carried out. Our physical body is
    • in which the ego lives. If we had not this dense physical body it
    • moreover, unable to unfold ego-consciousness: this being of
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    • The work of the Ego in transforming man, in connection also with
    • because there are the operations within of moral ideals. Ego of
    • do this transformation. Angel's Ego reaches much further than
    • of Form only interested in Ego, therefore when man is 19 –
    • Ego objectively came later than it did in the Scandinavian. During
    • his Ego awoke, but he had forgotten the other hierarchies. When
    • the Ego of the Chaldean awoke, he was aware of Archai. The
    • too far to understand the Christ. The Oriental Ego had not
    • awakened. The Ego of the Westerner awoke much earlier but in a
    • German-Scandinavian, upon waking the Ego. Thor, son of Odin.
    • Odin transforms air into words. The air passes through into Ego
    • of 8. To the Indian, the objective Ego is unimportant; to the
    • Tacitus and German Group Soul. Thor, representing Ego has
    • Folk-spirit had task of educating youthful Ego of European
    • relation to the Ego. The Impulse of the Spirit Soul penetrating
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    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
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    • active in such a way that man is hardly aware of his ego. In the
    • they perceive centers therein. These centers are the human egos,
    • human egos. just therefore as to us, colors and sounds, warmth and
    • merely as an allegory, but as representing as nearly as possible the
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    • Indian obtained the subjective Ego long before the objective Ego. See
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    • ego-being reaches as far as does our soul-nature. You know that by
    • the name “I”, or ego, we denote one of the four most
    • the etheric body, the astral body and the ego. And in order to have
    • and in all its epochs, is none other than that which enables the ego
    • period our ego will have reached a significant point in its
    • We know that our ego develops through three soul members
    • concerned with our ego. In the course of our Earth-evolution these
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    • They are people who bring into Anthroposophy the most intense egoism,
    • a super-egoism; certainly they do not put it into words, but still
    • about it in the sense that he can indeed be egotistically redeemed
    • not to think only of our ego, we must think about something other
    • than our ego. Of what must we think? Of the “Christ in me”,
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    • his ego, but the objective sin and guilt would remain. That is an
    • adjusting our Karma we may become egotistically more nearly perfect;
    • egotistic sense, but we would be unable to approach our bodily
    • be perfected only in his own ego, instead of making the whole Earth
    • human egoism, and of those things we must understand before we can
    • order that He might be something to each one of us in our egoism. It
    • encourage a higher egoism. Christ died for the whole of humanity, for
    • merely confined in our ego, is ennobled, is made fruitful for the
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    • However, to develop our faculties requires a certain egoism, because
    • initiative is connected to egoism. Those who understand how to be not
    • takes its separation in an egoistic manner.
    • spoken allegorically but must be taken as a full reality.
    • we would forego to look for quick success. Maybe you stand in pain in
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    • However, to develop our faculties requires a certain egoism, because
    • initiative is connected to egoism. Those who understand how to be not
    • takes its separation in an egoistic manner.
    • spoken allegorically but must be taken as a full reality.
    • we would forego to look for quick success. Maybe you stand in pain in
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    • allegorising is kept far removed from it. It is only necessary to
    • absolutely nothing symbolical or allegorical of the kind often
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    • all mysterious in it, not a single symbol, nothing allegorical or the
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    • creación de sus obras de arte los griegos procedían con las
    • egoísta, él una estos pensamientos propios con ese Ser de Sol
    • los hombres aprendían a conocer la naturaleza del Sol y luego
    • colocada, radica en el apego a los hábitos, y en la falta de
    • conocimiento de otro tipo. Luego, en la Noche Santa, Cristo nacerá
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    • egoísta, él una estos pensamientos propios con ese Ser de Sol
    • los hombres aprendían a conocer la naturaleza del Sol y luego
    • colocada, radica en el apego a los hábitos, y en la falta de
    • conocimiento de otro tipo. Luego, en la Noche Santa, Cristo nacerá
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    • had no soul such as man possesses. It is true that the human ego, the
    • body. Besides these members, each man when awake has an ego within
    • him. The animal does not have its ego on the physical plane; for
    • beings, we find the astral plane to be populated by the egos of the
    • astral plane meets the egos of the animals — as separate
    • animals of the same formation share a Group soul, a Group ego. Here
    • lion ego living in the astral world. The lion ego, the Group ego of
    • human being when on earth. Each group of animals has an ego on the
    • astral plane; on that plane is found the lion ego, the tiger ego, the
    • ego of the vultures, and so on. The single animals here on the
    • egos are to be found. The astral plane is populated by beings who are
    • far cleverer than man; these animal egos are very wise beings. Look
    • thus in command behind the screen? The answer is the group egos. If
    • time through beings we do not see, through the animal egos invisible
    • is where the souls of the plants are concerned. The plant egos dwell
    • in a higher world than the animal egos. The separate group egos of
    • trade winds. All these plant egos at the centre point of the earth
    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
    • number of beings constituting a group ego. In this way we can enter
    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
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    • had no soul such as man possesses. It is true that the human ego, the
    • body. Besides these members, each man when awake has an ego within
    • him. The animal does not have its ego on the physical plane; for
    • beings, we find the astral plane to be populated by the egos of the
    • astral plane meets the egos of the animals — as separate
    • animals of the same formation share a Group soul, a Group ego. Here
    • lion ego living in the astral world. The lion ego, the Group ego of
    • human being when on earth. Each group of animals has an ego on the
    • astral plane; on that plane is found the lion ego, the tiger ego, the
    • ego of the vultures, and so on. The single animals here on the
    • egos are to be found. The astral plane is populated by beings who are
    • far cleverer than man; these animal egos are very wise beings. Look
    • thus in command behind the screen? The answer is the group egos. If
    • time through beings we do not see, through the animal egos invisible
    • is where the souls of the plants are concerned. The plant egos dwell
    • in a higher world than the animal egos. The separate group egos of
    • trade winds. All these plant egos at the centre point of the earth
    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
    • number of beings constituting a group ego. In this way we can enter
    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
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    • to the ego, but not yet the ego itself, beings that were adapted to
    • where the ego can work in the individual being. We should wonder as
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    • where the ego can work in the individual being. We should wonder as
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Human Group Souls (Lion, Bull, Eagle, Man)
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    • the ego, of self-consciousness. If we observe the process lying
    • the human ego then, in reality? Where was the present ego? It was not
    • say: the upper members of man harden through the entry of the egos.
    • Because the ego was outside man, it was still endowed with a quality
    • ego was enabled to become an individual I, whereas before it was
    • evolution as it is today, each of these men has his ego within
    • himself. Thus twelve egos are sitting in this circle. Let us consider
    • sat thus around, but the ego is only in the etheric body which is
    • still outside. The ego is thus to be found in front of each one. This
    • ego, however, has another characteristic. It is not so centralized.
    • It develops, as it were, its forces and unites with the egos of the
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • which forms a unity because the egos are caught up in it, and the
    • single ego is enclosed. Through this image we come to a pictorial
    • egos can still be connected, although the human beings are scattered
    • That which is formed through the flowing together of their egos is
    • because their egos formed a unity — and indeed, there were
    • actually four such group egos. You must imagine these human beings in
    • by the egos. The four group souls, whom we have already characterized
    • organization, actually represented four egos who waited to incarnate
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    • the ego, of self-consciousness. If we observe the process lying
    • the human ego then, in reality? Where was the present ego? It was not
    • say: the upper members of man harden through the entry of the egos.
    • Because the ego was outside man, it was still endowed with a quality
    • ego was enabled to become an individual I, whereas before it was
    • evolution as it is today, each of these men has his ego within
    • himself. Thus twelve egos are sitting in this circle. Let us consider
    • sat thus around, but the ego is only in the etheric body which is
    • still outside. The ego is thus to be found in front of each one. This
    • ego, however, has another characteristic. It is not so centralized.
    • It develops, as it were, its forces and unites with the egos of the
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • which forms a unity because the egos are caught up in it, and the
    • single ego is enclosed. Through this image we come to a pictorial
    • egos can still be connected, although the human beings are scattered
    • That which is formed through the flowing together of their egos is
    • because their egos formed a unity — and indeed, there were
    • actually four such group egos. You must imagine these human beings in
    • by the egos. The four group souls, whom we have already characterized
    • organization, actually represented four egos who waited to incarnate
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  • Title: Lecture: Death in Man, Animal, and Plant
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    • We remember — and through this alone is it possible for an ego
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • call the connection between the ego and the astral body of man. So we
    • combining with the human ego, flows into the bodily function in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • call the connection between the ego and the astral body of man. So we
    • combining with the human ego, flows into the bodily function in the
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • purposes only by actual thinking by the conscious ego. They rejected
    • allegorical figures, arranged two and two: Day and Night, Dawn and
    • allegories without force and without vitality. Use every means that
    • then if we remember that what anthroposophy calls the ego and the
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
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    • purposes only by actual thinking by the conscious ego. They rejected
    • allegorical figures, arranged two and two: Day and Night, Dawn and
    • allegories without force and without vitality. Use every means that
    • then if we remember that what anthroposophy calls the ego and the
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
  • Title: Contents: Presence of the Dead
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    • food for the dead. Overcoming egotism with regard to the dead. About
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • arise because the person can see with the ego and the astral body,
    • world as well, the other ego appeared and immediately produced the
    • astral body and ego. While the type of dream described earlier gives
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • food for the dead. Overcoming egotism with regard to the dead. About
    • the ego and the astral body, leave the physical and etheric bodies.
    • Where are the ego and the astral body when we are asleep? To begin
    • describe this situation by saying that in sleep our ego and astral
    • earth. Fundamentally, the ego and astral body leave our physical and
    • when the “sun” of our being, namely, the ego and astral
    • Our ego and astral body do
    • When ego and astral body “set” for our blood and nervous
    • which our ego and astral body are connected when we sleep, have been
    • influence these other organs of our body with our ego and astral
    • body. During the day, our ego and astral body work strongly upon our
    • is of some consequence how we enter sleep with our ego and astral
    • their ego and astral body, which they never mention anyway. However,
    • conscious existence are dependent on those aspects of our ego and
    • world with the ego and the astral body on those organs that are not
    • in anthroposophy merely to play on human egotism, but to describe the
    • attitude and purely egotistical states of fear. We see the conditions
    • events described, the listeners out of egotism feel that their
    • of age, regardless of whether the ego causes confusion or blindness.
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    • usually nothing we can compare with normal ego consciousness. If any
    • aspect of our ego does appear in our dreams, it seems to be separate
    • from us, almost like another being outside us. We face our ego like a
    • separate entity. Thus, we can speak of a doubling of the ego.
    • separated, not the subjective ego. All statements apparently
    • remember that in the actual dream the subjective ego was
    • subjective ego are absent. A clairvoyant recalling his or her
    • physical world we have ego awareness because we know: I am here, the
    • have. The same thing that causes our ego to fuse with the objects of
    • encounter what we call in the physical world another ego, another
    • all the usual means of identifying the ego and appearance of a person
    • egotistical and can potentially keep us from finding the right
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • the fruit of foregoing lives, something he never can have inherited
    • astral body, and the ego.
    • earth's creation: namely, the bearer of the human ego, which gives
    • animals. The fourth member, however, the ego, he has for
    • visible creatures. We recognize this fourth member as the ego-bearer,
    • ego, of the actual ego-bearer, is the blood in its
    • of the ego. The physical sense expression of the astral body
    • he consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego.
    • ego, we find what passes from incarnation to incarnation, and appears
    • reciprocal action among the four members of human nature: ego, astral
    • Thus it can give to the ego a certain surplus strength; or again, the
    • When the ego of the individual has become so
    • pulsation of the blood, is the expression of the actual ego.
    • The ego expresses itself in the circulation of the blood, in the
    • the connection which exists between the ego and the other members of
    • the human being. Suppose, for example, that the ego exerts a peculiar
    • his ego, everything that he feels he feels strongly, because his ego
    • has received its character from the ego will make itself felt as the
    • ego, physically the blood, is particularly active, we see the
    • thus confronts the outer world, the force of his ego will wish to
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    • the fruit of foregoing lives, something he never can have inherited
    • astral body, and the ego.
    • earth's creation: namely, the bearer of the human ego, which gives
    • animals. The fourth member, however, the ego, he has for
    • visible creatures. We recognize this fourth member as the ego-bearer,
    • ego, of the actual ego-bearer, is the blood in its
    • of the ego. The physical sense expression of the astral body
    • he consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego.
    • ego, we find what passes from incarnation to incarnation, and appears
    • reciprocal action among the four members of human nature: ego, astral
    • Thus it can give to the ego a certain surplus strength; or again, the
    • When the ego of the individual has become so
    • pulsation of the blood, is the expression of the actual ego.
    • The ego expresses itself in the circulation of the blood, in the
    • the connection which exists between the ego and the other members of
    • the human being. Suppose, for example, that the ego exerts a peculiar
    • his ego, everything that he feels he feels strongly, because his ego
    • has received its character from the ego will make itself felt as the
    • ego, physically the blood, is particularly active, we see the
    • thus confronts the outer world, the force of his ego will wish to
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  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • Spiritual Science: during sleep the Ego and astral body are outside
    • Ego and astral body are generally in the immediate neighbourhood of
    • towards initiation, one can notice on waking from sleep how the Ego
    • machinery in a steamer or a railway train has stirred up in his Ego
    • with what the Ego and astral body experience as the inner law and
    • destructive element when in his Ego and astral body he comes down
    • Jahve-Hierarchy. In those times the souls of men — Ego and
    • fact that in the development of language the Ego-concept, the concept
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    • Spiritual Science: during sleep the Ego and astral body are outside
    • Ego and astral body are generally in the immediate neighbourhood of
    • towards initiation, one can notice on waking from sleep how the Ego
    • machinery in a steamer or a railway train has stirred up in his Ego
    • with what the Ego and astral body experience as the inner law and
    • destructive element when in his Ego and astral body he comes down
    • Jahve-Hierarchy. In those times the souls of men — Ego and
    • fact that in the development of language the Ego-concept, the concept
  • Title: Lecture: Mendelssohn's 'Overture of the Hebrides'
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    • others were looked upon as strangers, as belong[ing] to another Group Ego.
  • Title: Lecture: Mendelssohn's 'Overture of the Hebrides'
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    • others were looked upon as strangers, as belong[ing] to another Group Ego.
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • Europe and in Northern Africa. And of these two categories of souls,
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • Europe and in Northern Africa. And of these two categories of souls,
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • weakness and egoism, because he could not bear that sight. Compassion
    • pronounced EGOISM. Egoism is restrained falsehood.
    • say that this is egoism, that it is selfish to be good and noble. No,
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    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • weakness and egoism, because he could not bear that sight. Compassion
    • pronounced EGOISM. Egoism is restrained falsehood.
    • say that this is egoism, that it is selfish to be good and noble. No,
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • Conquering Egotism.
    • Conquering Egotism.
    • have before us the Ego, the so-called astral body, the etheric body
    • body, by the astral body and by the Ego. It may sound strange to you
    • astral body and by the Ego. It is abandoned by these bodies and then
    • corpse, carried through space by your Ego, your astral body and your
    • Ego in man are not instruments of cognition, but they remain, as it
    • which the Ego was designated by a name, and if this name was uttered,
    • applicable to the Ego, which was only known to the initiates, had
    • applicable to the Ego.
    • proceeding from the Ego; during the second post-Atlantean epoch, a
    • after death. Out of pure egoism they take an interest in the life of
    • This egoistic character of our modern world conception depends on
    • leading up to the present time, the egoistic element chiefly
    • developed in man; the Ego has permeated our world conception and the
    • Ego has also permeated the human will. Let us not fall a prey to any
    • Most egoistic of all have become religions, religious creeds. Even
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • egoism. The more he takes into account human egoism, the more
    • One result of this egoistic interest in the life after death is the
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    • Conquering Egotism.
    • Conquering Egotism.
    • have before us the Ego, the so-called astral body, the etheric body
    • body, by the astral body and by the Ego. It may sound strange to you
    • astral body and by the Ego. It is abandoned by these bodies and then
    • corpse, carried through space by your Ego, your astral body and your
    • Ego in man are not instruments of cognition, but they remain, as it
    • which the Ego was designated by a name, and if this name was uttered,
    • applicable to the Ego, which was only known to the initiates, had
    • applicable to the Ego.
    • proceeding from the Ego; during the second post-Atlantean epoch, a
    • after death. Out of pure egoism they take an interest in the life of
    • This egoistic character of our modern world conception depends on
    • leading up to the present time, the egoistic element chiefly
    • developed in man; the Ego has permeated our world conception and the
    • Ego has also permeated the human will. Let us not fall a prey to any
    • Most egoistic of all have become religions, religious creeds. Even
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • egoism. The more he takes into account human egoism, the more
    • One result of this egoistic interest in the life after death is the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • and Ego. There is activity in man's inner being and we feel that
    • with frost, I might say, so the astral body and the Ego, when
    • astral body, and the Ego began to unfold during the earthly stage
    • the Ego. Man says “I” to himself only because he is a
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    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • and Ego. There is activity in man's inner being and we feel that
    • with frost, I might say, so the astral body and the Ego, when
    • astral body, and the Ego began to unfold during the earthly stage
    • the Ego. Man says “I” to himself only because he is a
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Contents
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    • Love, intuition and the human ego.
    • Respiration, warmth and the ego.
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Editors Preface
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    • point of view the present book is in the same category as
    • yet even within this category the two approaches are made from such
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • in a thought, in a feeling, in an act of volition. The ego is within,
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    • things. One may then say: Man has a secure basis in his ego (i.e. in
    • his ordinary ego-consciousness). The ego begins to think in St. Augustine,
    • do not find the ego qua experience. It was extinguished. And yet it
    • I shall go further and consider the fourth member of man, the ego
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • LOVE, INTUITION AND THE HUMANEGO
    • being of man — the astral man and the ego — must oppose this
    • our ego, in passing through the gate of death and the spiritual world
    • Our ego has the same degree of externality. Of course, we then come
    • first learn to love without any trace of egotism. It would be a terrible
    • member of man — the ego proper.
    • has his ego through which he reaches back into his previous life on
    • ego-consciousness within us today, but unconsciously. How? If you want
    • of warmth as well. This is also the way to approach the ego. Everyone
    • in the warmth element the ego proper. (The ego of the present incarnation
    • is never complete; it is always developing.) It is the ego of the former
    • life on earth, working in subconscious depths, that is the ego proper.
    • incarnations can one really speak of the ego as the fourth member of
    • from our last incarnation, our ego which has become entirely spiritual
    • moral impulses act indirectly, through the ego of our last incarnation.
    • designated as the etheric, the astral and the ‘ego-like’,
    • i.e. what is of like nature with the ego. In this way we see the
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • in the above way. But, in the case of the astral body and ego-organisation,
    • that the real driving power at work within man is not his present ego
    • at all. What man calls his ego in ordinary life is, of course, a mere
    • thought. But it is the ego of man's past lives on earth that is active
    • warmth-processes, you perceive the real ego, working from times long
    • past. Between death and a new birth this ego has undergone an evolution
    • you now perceive that the ego has changed its field of action. It was
    • warmth-processes that the ego has elaborated from the respiratory
    • processes. You behold the real, active ego of man, working from primeval
    • You now begin to know that the ego and astral body have actually left
    • from within. In ordinary consciousness the ego and astral organisations
    • astral body of man, through ‘intuition’, the ego. During
    • sleep, intuition and inspiration are suppressed in the ego and astral
    • speaking, the cosmos takes it from him. He is now in his ego and astral
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    • of the man himself, from the individuality of his ego. (Only, we must
    • points back to the experience of the ego in the outer world.
    • if we study a man's life, we find that it is governed by his ego
    • activity of the ego within human life very strongly resembles the first
    • you see the action of the ego within a man's life expressed in the way
    • dreams of the first kind to the human ego. Now we learnt in the last
    • lectures that the ego and astral body are outside the physical and etheric
    • that Spiritual Science shows us that the ego then takes hold of the
    • The first kind of dream is an activity of the ego outside the physical
    • during sleep. It cannot be the ego, for this knows nothing of the symbolic
    • of the inner organs, as the ego the pictures of external experience.
    • Thus the two kinds of dreams point to the activity of the ego and astral
    • his actions proceeds from his own being, from his ego. If all depended
    • on the ego, a man would really do what he dreams; the violent character
    • his ego is active in one kind of dream, his astral body in another.
    • You see, his ego was not present in what he was doing. If you study
    • cases of such intermittent ego-consciousness. What have we here? If
    • with his ego out of his physical and etheric bodies in sleep; every
    • the ego back and he passes into a condition in which the ego is not
    • In such a case you actually see a kind of connection between the ego
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    • what you really are in respect to what you call your ego. Is there anything
    • there beside your memories? If you try to get to your ego you will scarcely
    • your memories that, for earthly life, appear as your living ego.
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    • Nevertheless, it is these pictures that we retain in our ego from our
    • — our ego itself suffers injury. We feel that our immernnost being,
    • our ego, has been damaged if it must forfeit this or that from its treasury
    • are not acting and the astral body and ego are alone. We do not usually
    • It is really as if we saw what we have actually been calling our ego
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    • that simply arouses instincts connected with man’s egotistical
    • “On the Cultivation of Human Egotism by the Churches” —
    • the egotistical instincts of man, especially to the instinct for
    • egotism in human nature. Churches, as cultivators of the deepest
    • egotistical instincts, is a subject well worthy of study. By far the
    • today panders to human egotism. This egotism can be felt in
    • the most extreme egotism. By this cultivation of egotism on the part of
    • over all the civilized world. Because this egotism has been so widely
    • a life before birth! Just think how egotism would vanish if that
    • an over-earthly life through which we have previously passed! Egotism
    • whole form of consciousness is in different categories of human
  • Title: Bilder Okkulter Siegel und Säulen: Zur Einführung
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    • Wer dies nicht beachtet, wird glauben, nur Allegorien, oder im besten
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    • elaborated, and as the ego is being fashioned at the present time.
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    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • develop egoism.
    • fine perception of the nature of egoism, brings us right into the
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
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    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • develop egoism.
    • fine perception of the nature of egoism, brings us right into the
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • like this about so-and-so, but I do not like that.” Foregone
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    • like this about so-and-so, but I do not like that.” Foregone
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    • This came about, not for any egotistical reason, but as a result of the
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    • Has liquid manure the same Ego-organising force as manure itself?
    • to the organising forces of the soil. The connection with the Ego applies
    • generally speaking, for the liquid manure. Every Ego — even the
    • potentiality of an Ego, as it is in the manure — must work in
    • itself the stronger Ego-force. The dung is like the brain; the liquid
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    • be able to forego the use of such manures. But the harmful influence,
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    • — and we can truly say: the human Ego, pulsating in the blood,
    • which we call the Ego of man moves through the blood. And as the
    • human Ego — the essential Spirit of man — lives in the
    • carbon, so in a manner of speaking the Ego of the Universe lives as
    • spiritual essence which is accessible to us on Earth: the human Ego,
    • in its image, as the Spirit or the Ego — living in a physical
    • brings about an inner order between our Ego and our ether
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    • for the Ego. The animal has not yet the Ego. Let us hold fast to this
    • idea: The brain serves as an underlying basis for the Ego, but the animal
    • has not yet an Ego. Therefore the animal's brain is only on the
    • way to Ego-formation. In man it goes on and on — to the full forming
    • of the Ego.
    • is here excreted to nerve as a basis for the Ego. Now on the basis of
    • for Ego-development.
    • for man as you know carries his Ego down on to the Earth; in the animal,
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • not reach up to the Ego, more Ego remains there potentially. Hence,
    • still contains the Ego-potentiality.
    • to the plant root. That is to say, we bring Ego to the root
    • with the manure, the Ego-potentiality of the plant develops.
    • in their turn develop the real Ego-forces. These they give off in the
    • dung, and the Same Ego-forces will cause the plant in its turn to grow
    • Ego-force — an Ego-force in process of becoming. Through the whole
    • way it lives in the Earth, the root absorbs this nascent Ego-force.
    • The root is assisted in absorbing this Ego-force if it can find the
    • the Ego-forces on the one hand, and on the other hand assist what passes
    • have absorbed the Ego-force. At the Same time, since it has to remain
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    • of the ego in Lemurian Age. In the course of the Atlantean Age,
    • the ego takes hold of man's astral, etheric, physical bodies
    • etheric body, astral body, and ego. As physical substance continues
    • from animal group souls. They are ego-like... May 16, 1908
    • Moon. Blood system as expression of the ego: Earth. In sleep,
    • when astral body and ego are outside the physical and etheric
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    • to a group-soul or group-ego and that on the astral plane we come upon
    • the egos of quite large plant groups, and in the highest parts of Devachan
    • we find the egos of the minerals, personalities as distinct as men are
    • be behind the partition. So it is with the group-egos of the animals.
    • by higher beings of the astral world, and the actual ego is behind
    • other group-egos, the group-egos of the plant or the mineral world.
    • of the group egos of animals, plants, and minerals.
    • master, which is not the expression of the human ego but the deed, effect,
    • blood is the direct expression of his ego. If however he is not perpetually
    • careful to strengthen his ego inwardly through a strong and vigorous
    • of his ego then other beings can fasten upon his blood, and that is
    • the expression of man's ego and that it becomes a stronger and stronger
    • expression as the ego itself finds its centre, finds its inner centre
    • of strength in an increasing degree. Man's ego will only in a far distant
    • of our ego, so is the lymph in a certain direction the expression of
    • in the human astral body and etheric body, the ego is definitely not
    • the only master. Gradually in the course of evolution man's ego attains
    • moon or Mars, are not so obvious as are the animal group-egos. But they
    • plane, the lion-ego, so in the lymph passing through the human body
    • as the group-souls of the animals, as the group-ego of the Lion-species
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    • consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego, spirit-self,
    • 4. Ego
    • the ego, and who therefore have not a physical nor an etheric nor an
    • astral body in our sense but whose Ego streams outwards without the
    • three sheaths. They are therefore beings who send forth ‘Egos’
    • the ego, works in the etheric body and that ‘Budhi’ is nothing
    • stream forth from him? He has reached this position because his ego,
    • I, this ego, has been in course of preparation for long, long ages.
    • upon the outer, bodily sheaths from within. The fact that the ego is
    • ego was able to work within man, the ascending forces gradually evolved
    • until the middle point had been reached; and when the, ego actually
    • the ego, the ascending and the descending forces were in balance and
    • the time when the ego itself began to operate, the ‘Balance’
    • deeds of the ego in our planetary evolution, but the ego had not itself
    • begun to work. When Libra had been reached the ego itself began to participate
    • that the ego had reached this stage of evolution:
    • for the ego to participate in the work of the forces belonging to the
    • Zodiac, to reach into the Zodiac. The more the ego strives for the highest
    • nothing that happens in the innermost core of the ego that has not its
    • ego lays the foundations for his development to Atma, or spirit-man,
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    • At that time therefore began the development of the ego-man. The fourth
    • nucleus to a form which would enable him to become an ego-bearer.
    • that man's ego works upon his astral, etheric, and physical bodies.
    • so when man was already prepared to become an ego-bearer, he needed
    • his ego upon the three bodies — for that was just possible at the
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man. The more correct division,
    • in which the ego emerges — sentient soul, intellectual or mind
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    • of the ego in Lemurian Age. In the course of the Atlantean Age,
    • the ego takes hold of man's astral, etheric, physical bodies
    • on the Sun, his astral body on the Moon, his ego on the Earth and has
    • these beings had an astral body, an ego, spirit-self or Manas, life
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man, an eighth and a ninth
    • astral body also and that their lowest member is the ego. To describe
    • Moon have the ego as lowest member, then they have spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • their ego to the outer world. It is very remarkable, but so it is: they
    • present externally pure ‘I’s, pure egos; they simply displayed
    • sheer egos to the outside world. The whole activity in the surroundings
    • Just imagine all your egos which are here in your physical bodies being
    • your egos there as the lowest member, and that they could manifest them-selves
    • through space. Think of yourselves on the old Moon and your egos outside
    • express themselves as sheer egos out of space. They have given up to
    • came over from the Moon. Their lowest member is the I or ego. This they
    • rudimentary stage, so that the ego, as it appears on Earth, is a
    • Moon — the ego working towards all sides, that ‘trickled’
    • in man where the ego was trickled in, but today we will consider it
    • only schematically. Man receives his ego. It comes in contact first
    • there the ego first flows in, interpenetrates the astral body. This
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    • etheric body, astral body, but not yet a personal ego as he now possesses
    • he did not feel himself as representative of his ego, but felt the blood
    • a restricted ego of this sort embedded in the group-consciousness, but
    • where he had no ego at all, where he still consisted of physical body,
    • love that was bound to the blood, and in this way sheer egotism was
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    • body, an astral body and an ego and that he is now occupied in transforming
    • himself. with himself. The world is not built up on such egotism. In
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    • etheric body, astral body, and ego. As physical substance continues
    • from animal group souls. They are ego-like... May 16, 1908.
    • with their so-called group ego, and that this is itself of a spiritual
    • ego: if there were a partition here and I stretched my fingers through
    • is just the same with the group egos; they are invisible and concealed
    • egos above. It is therefore only when we refer to the single animal
    • astral body, and ego and what is to evolve from them as spirit-self,
    • say that his highest member is the ego or ‘I’ and the lowest is the
    • nothing to do with man's ego. In man's physical body we have the
    • instrument for the human ego. We have seen that the human body is a
    • very complicated organization. In all essentials the ego has its physical
    • as instrument of the thinking ego. You will best realize what is meant
    • by this when you remember that the ego itself remains the same from
    • incarnation to incarnation, but that the instrument of the ego is built
    • up anew for each incarnation. The material tool of the ego is built
    • of time the ego has slowly and gradually learnt — although unconsciously
    • of the work done by man's ego upon his astral body. Thus man has a much
    • by the ego. But the astral body has nevertheless its outer expression
    • astral body because they lack a spiritual nature. No ego works upon
    • through which no ego glows cannot be visible in our evolutionary phase.
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    • physical world. The human ego is really a group ego which has descended
    • ego. The animal egos are still normally on the astral plane, and what
    • physical body, etheric body, and astral body. The ego is in the astral
    • world, similarly formed animals being members of their group ego. We
    • animal dies, the group soul or group ego remains alive. It is just the
    • a hand and was capable of replacing it. His ego would not say: ‘I
    • had renewed a limb. So the group ego of the lions renews a limb when
    • soul. Man advances through the gradual descent of his ego-endowed soul
    • etheric bodies lie in bed, the astral body with the ego lifts itself
    • darkness. In the morning when the astral body and the ego draw again
    • a group soul, a group ego.
    • which the Christ has endowed mankind surpasses that. The ego through
    • the “I am” of the individual ego. Whoever reads St. John's
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    • Moon. Blood system as expression of the ego: Earth. In sleep,
    • when astral body and ego are outside the physical and etheric
    • of the animal, plant, mineral kingdoms, have their “ego soul”
    • — if one may so call it, have indeed such ego souls as man, differing
    • only in the fact that the ego souls of other beings are in other worlds.
    • individual ego here on the physical plane — at least during his
    • animals have a group soul or group ego which is in the so-called astral
    • consciousness for the physical world here but they have group egos which
    • stones, the minerals, have their group egos in the higher parts of Devachan.
    • the day with other human souls or egos.
    • and etheric bodies lie in bed, the ego with the astral body is lifted
    • consciousness devoid of content, perceptions, or dreams. But the ego
    • we call the ego. Thus the human being has evolved quite slowly and gradually.
    • present blood-system, the expression of the ego, as the nervous system
    • express? Blood is the expression of the ego and with this we will consider
    • body and the ego are outside. But now let us remember that the astral
    • body is the principle of the nervous system and the ego that of the
    • maintain, and in the same way the ego deserts that which it has called
    • system live unless ego-beings are active in it. Thus you all meanly
    • as your ego now descend into your organism. Every night the human organism
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and ego are all before us, while in
    • ego and astral body are outside them. For our present purpose it will
    • ego-soul is thus in a more ordered, more spiritual world than during
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    • within the Ego; after death he becomes objectively
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    • been able to emerge; the Ego would not have grasped itself
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    • — an instinct that works within the Ego.
    • astral body and his Ego. He has not his etheric body with
    • forego,’ which means in reality a ‘giving
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    • perception that the Ego and the astral body are
    • peculiar thing is this: — when the Ego and astral
    • body leave the physical and etheric, the Ego very quickly
    • absorbs the astral body. And as the Ego confronts the
    • not so in the times of which I am now speaking. The Ego did
    • the Ego. Now under such conditions the astral body itself
    • sounded into the sleeping human Ego, — though no
    • through the very fact that as man slept the Ego was not
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    • universe. How dry, how appallingly dry do these categories
    • categories, ten abstract concepts, and people say: it is
    • categories. There are ten of them, not so many as the
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    • any rate of the astral body and Ego-organisation with the
    • a materialist. Then with his Ego and astral body he was
    • the human being. Hence the Ego — all that is soul and
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    • his soul — when Zarathustra's soul [ego]
    • must lead them to egotism and into Ahriman's
    • egotism, but for a completely different reason, because the
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    • mentioned here. This great culmination of egotism known as the war of
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    • task: the development of egotism. This egotism will, at the same time,
    • not yet have found the light within. Because egotism is the fundamental
    • find its destruction in conflict between selfish, egoistic powers in
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    • the others will have achieved the peak of egotistical development. Those
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    • all will be an expression of the egotism that is always growing stronger,
    • the egotism conjured forth by humanity today as the I is and will always
    • of the most horrible egotism. In this way the powers of air and water
    • not so obvious. Today the feeling for one's self, the overwhelming egohood
    • of the earth that have developed this egotism to the greatest extent.
    • egotistical withering of the soul's forces and the paralyzation of the
    • egotism. Then they will be able to grow into an era where they will
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    • forces in the service of their own egotism.
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    • effect on the ego, and the evolutionary process implicit in the formation
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    • effect on the ego, and the evolutionary process implicit in the formation
    • HUMAN EGO
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    • effect on the ego, and the evolutionary process implicit in the formation
    • relation to it, so do the ego and that which we call the astral body
    • must designate the blood as an external instrument for the ego, for
    • all that we denote as our innermost soul-centre, the ego; so that in
    • and in our blood an external instrument of the ego. Just as the
    • certain relation with our ego.
    • the ego with the differentiated soul-life, for it also is made up of
    • archetypes, the ego and the astral body, to their respective images,
    • place in the blood and what goes on in the ego. But our ego is a
    • death we can say: “This ego was always present, in our fifth
    • same ego.” And yet, if we now look into what this ego contains,
    • we shall discover this fact: This ego that lives in me is filled with
    • the ego. A year ago this ego was filled with a different content,
    • different. Thus the ego, we see, comes into contact with the entire
    • into contact with the differentiated nerve-system, so does the ego
    • an image of the ego, and the nerve system as an image of the astral
    • world. And so indeed it is with our ego also. We first direct this
    • ego of ours toward the outside world and receive impressions from it.
    • There results from this a great variety of content within the ego; it
    • such moments when the ego retires within itself and is given up to
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    • because the blood is the instrument of the ego, a person who does
    • himself out of his ego. He does not any longer feel in that case:
    • of our blood, hence upon our ego. In other words, we may say that
    • which is compassed by the horizon of our ordinary ego, we do not see
    • we free ourselves of the ego, the ordinary sense-impressions
    • instrument of the ego, bring to expression in this ego the inner life
    • through the instrument of the ego, which is the blood, by the
    • up into our ego, by the roundabout road of the sympathetic
    • certainly do not ignore our ego, nor therefore its instrument the
    • ego. It is rather a positive plunging of oneself down into the ego, a
    • strengthening or energising of the ego-feeling. We can convince
    • their own ego and to look away from everything which the outside
    • self-communion, this diving down into one's own ego, is
    • energy of the ego into one's own organism. This now works
    • draw the instrument of the ego, which is the blood, away from the
    • inner being, when he does not free himself from his ego, but presses
    • down, on the contrary, into the ego, and takes with him at the same
    • from his ego he leaves the ego behind with all these less desirable
    • qualities; but when he immerses himself into his ego it is not at all
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    • astral body and the ego; and that we have in this physical organism
    • instrument, of our ego. Before any sort of external nutritive
    • shall become capable of serving as the instrument of our ego, all
    • the help of the instrument of his ego: that is, he must place his
    • air thus actually meets the instrument of the human ego in a
    • instrument of his ego, stands there as an entity that receives all
    • expression of the human ego, which is in fact turned toward the
    • that in the instrument of our ego, our blood-system, expressing its
    • ego. Indeed, we know that our ego as constituted is only possible by
    • physical body, an ether-body, and an astral body. An ego free to fly
    • about in the world by itself, as a human ego, is unthinkable. A human
    • ego within this world, which is the world that for the moment
    • Now, just as this ego
    • blood-system, which is the instrument of the ego, presuppose likewise
    • which is the instrument of the human ego can merge itself with these
    • of the human ego, is determined in the lung-system by the outer
    • approaches the blood, the living instrument of the ego in the
    • instrument of our ego, in spite of this it is nevertheless primarily
    • not working with our soul experiences only in our ego. We first
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    • the ego; so that the human being is composed of a union of these
    • conceive radiations passing down into these from the ego.
    • ego.
    • essentially dependent upon the radiations going forth from our ego;
    • the currents and radiations of the human ego. The other
    • ego-system. Not only may we conceive that the etheric force-system is
    • seized upon by the astral- or the ego-system, but it is equally
    • organ the instrument of the human ego, we may then say that if the
    • blood were to go through the human ego unchanged, it could not in
    • that case be the instrument of the human ego, that which in the very
    • it possible for man, not only to have an ego, but to
    • inscribe themselves upon the instrument of the ego, the blood, so
    • instrument of the ego, the transformed vital activities of the
    • allowing them to penetrate to the ego-instrument, the blood. I called
    • instrument of the ego. From this whole stream of soul-life is held
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    • BLOOD AS MANIFESTATION ANDINSTRUMENT OF THE HUMAN EGO
    • in his blood-system the instrument of the ego, so that he actually is
    • ego, and that this ego can create an expression of itself as
    • these fine blood vessels which extend into the skin that the ego is
    • the human ego; and we find also what constitutes the expression of
    • skin are present both the blood-system, as the expression of the ego,
    • organism, it is the instrument of the ego. It can be this, however,
    • only if the most immediate instrument which the human ego can employ,
    • ego. Yet the blood-system is possible only if all the other systems
    • the human ego, taking account, at the same time, of a remark which
    • itself that instrument which is the tool of our ego. The whole human
    • human ego. In their case it is obvious that what appears similar in
    • ego. The entire process of nutrition must, as it were, be so directed
    • be an expression of the ego. There must, accordingly, be contained in
    • organ-system, just that thing which makes of man an ego. In other
    • ego to those processes which go on in the darkness of our organism.
    • Although our blood is the expression of our ego-activity, the most
    • force-systems just as the ego desires to have it — this shows us
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    • relation to what we call the human ego, so that we had to speak of
    • the blood as an instrument of the human ego; and, further, we have
    • conscious life comes to meet this ego. We have at the same time shown
    • it does not at first force its way up to the horizon of the ego.
    • ego, namely, the circulation of the blood.
    • of the categories of our thinking, feeling, or willing life, are
    • when the ego is active, with the help of the instrument of the blood:
    • pointed out that what we look upon as a conscious activity of the ego
    • connection with our ego. We have said, with regard to the most
    • the conscious ego the basis for an ego. Thus, out of the unconscious,
    • an ego-organisation arises to meet the conscious ego-organisation.
    • the conscious ego-organisation works into the organism, and from the
    • other there flows into man the unconscious ego-organisation.
    • activity of the ego; on the contrary, that part which is organised as
    • the other pole of the ego so that the ego is able to express itself
    • quickened inner life of the ego to such an extent that the ego has no
    • on in the actually conscious ego-life. These are processes,
    • therefore, which correspond to our ego-activity yet at the same time
    • of those processes which remain unconscious to the ego, and which
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    • the astral body and the ego. In short, the work of the higher
    • ego. This dim consciousness is, as it were, the obverse side of that
    • ego.
    • to attain to that ego-consciousness which can be present only when
    • an ego-being. For it is not merely in the process of sensing the
    • ego-consciousness. Thus it is really wholly in the fact that man
    • egohood. At the same time, however, he must also possess the capacity
    • to develop the organ of this egohood in the most manifold ways. And
    • we have seen how the organ for the ego here fits itself into the
    • organisation as an instrument for the egohood. Just as the egohood
    • in addition be taken hold of by the forces of the ego, by the blood
    • itself. That is, the instrument of the ego must extend its activity
    • of being the instrument of man's ego in the physical world. We
    • know that the blood, as the instrument of the ego, passes through the
    • resistance. Thus the ego, by means of its instrument, reaches down
    • order to be the expression of the ego, works upon almost the first
    • physical organisation. The ego, on the other hand, together with its
    • other words, the gall is prepared by the instrument of the ego, the
    • ego opposes the nutritional stream. For at this point the activity of
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    • himself is in his astral body, which hides within it his ego.
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
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    • predisposition to, the rudiments of, the ego nature. For these old
    • ego man has acquired a higher member. But his earlier, more etheric
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    • world, however, he must strengthen his ego, his I. With the
    • strengthening of the ego, however, the aforementioned qualities also
    • is usually nothing other than his own I or ego made into God. With many
    • nothing other than the God imprinted with their own egos. Mystical
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
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    • world, however, he must strengthen his ego, his I. With the
    • strengthening of the ego, however, the aforementioned qualities also
    • is usually nothing other than his own I or ego made into God. With many
    • nothing other than the God imprinted with their own egos. Mystical
    • one's own dear ego, especially into the parts of the ego into
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    • Dionysos as the representative of the ego-forces. The entry of the Christ
    • The ego-nature and the human form. Dionysos and his band of followers.
    • Eagle, Bull and Lion currents. Sphinx and Dove. Ego-conscious­ness.
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    • development and formation of the ego principle, making it firmer and
    • establishing to the consolidation of our ego. Thus these Persephone
    • body and the astral body; our innermost, our ego, is hidden within
    • consolidate, their egos. But under the surface the old knowledge, the
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    • make good the claim that the ego is the central governing power of
    • ego-consciousness. Now when the Greek asked himself what it was,
    • perfected as the ego transforms the astral body more and more into
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
    • developed man today knows very little of the real ego, which I have
    • members. But all the forces of the ego are already in man. If you
    • want to consider the total forces of the ego in relation to the
    • forces of the entire ego (represented by the area of the circle) to
    • the mutual ratios of physical, etheric, astral and ego. Thus, you
    • forces of the ego. And if as a third exercise you place before you
    • astral body or the forces of the ego. And if you place before you the
    • the forces of ego, astral, ether and physical bodies
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    • man as consisting of physical, etheric, astral, and also of the ego
    • or the ego-bearer. Now it is obvious that because this ego is in such
    • being, the forces of the universe corresponding to the ego must also
    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Indeed with our egos we are right inside the world. Upon what goes on
    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • forces of Pluto around us in space. Just as the destiny of the ego is
    • forces of this ego as also connected with the divine-spiritual
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • our egos from all this! How intimately we are bound up with the
    • macrocosm out there! With our egos we are as if emptied out into our
    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • upon Dionysos, that figure which stands before our ego at last in
    • only to clairvoyant sight. If we turn to the category of Beings
    • Beings of the first category, and you know the relationship in which
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • another category, the backward Angelic Beings, there is no trace of
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    • guidance of mankind, you may have wanted to ask to what category of
    • powerful dramatic allegory which sheds its light upon us from remote
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • with his ego, as poured out into cosmic space. He is in fact outside
    • could not give; they could not give the ego-consciousness which man
    • lectures that this human ego-consciousness was something which had to
    • evolution. On the Moon the ego-consciousness could find no footing.
    • There was no ego-consciousness in anything created on the Moon, or in
    • principle of creation. They could not give ego-consciousness to men,
    • not become creators of the ego-consciousness. In this respect they
    • the creator of the ego-consciousness. Thus the whole of modern
    • ego-consciousness, and the other influence which poured into the
    • possibility of man's acquiring his earthly ego-consciousness.
    • his ego into his body; during Atlantis his consciousness was to a
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • independent ego added to the Zeus forces. The independent ego first
    • speak of an intellectual ego, as we do today, but he was aware of
    • ego-consciousness.
    • development of man's ego-consciousness, looked at
    • ego which was not yet the ego of today with its power of intellect,
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    • body, astral body and ego. Our being consists of these four members.
    • innermost member of the human being, the ego, which as you know we
    • regard as the youngest — or better call it ‘the ego-
    • bearer’. The outstanding characteristic of this human ego
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • enlist the help of the clairvoyant eye, we can never observe his ego.
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • knowledge of external things we cannot observe the ego as such; we
    • the external world, we cannot see it in his ego, because egos cannot
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • many egos upon the Earth, only one of them is to be perceived, and
    • ego, that is his own ego. So that we may say that the peculiarity of
    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • From this ego, as the
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • only learn to know the ego when we direct our physical faculty of
    • we wish to learn to know our ego.
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
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    • astral body and ego, it can come to no viable theory of knowledge.
    • ego through the astral body down to the etheric body. As far as its
    • again into etheric body, astral body and ego. And it is these images
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • which in the ego-man of today underlies his conscious life of
    • spiritual-scientific things in their true sense, one must forego the
    • egoconsciousness — a wisdom which sprang from the deeper self
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    • of our own egotism, we are simply carrying back into the higher
    • egotistic, for then this treasure in our souls is irrevocably lost to
    • all the reparation possible, but that springs from egotism. Most men
    • in their egotism find it intolerable to have to carry through the
    • be the perfect egoist. But currents of a fine etheric substance
    • which enables us to know, in addition to egotistic knowledge,
    • try to form an idea of how the one category of gods is related to the
    • categories of gods; one of them is the thought-world of the other, is
    • must assign to the category of Luciferic beings all those of whom we
    • categories of gods.
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    • able to develop knowledge which goes beyond the completely egotistic
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • was abandoned by its ego, which was the ego of Zarathustra, and on its
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • region of the heart. The true inner ego-aura is already arrested in
    • cosmos, and the ego-aura which mounts up from below, but is dammed
    • so is the ego-aura held back in the heart, where it makes contact
    • with an element of ego-aura coming from without. Hence the fact is
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • brain. What I have said about the man of Atlantis, that his ego was
    • the external cosmic ego, which since the time of Atlantis has
    • real ego of man as it manifests in our consciousness comes into
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    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • ego. To enable man to become strong as regards his ego-consciousness
    • through understanding, the soul which is ego-conscious, is at its
    • and penetrate behind our ego-consciousness into our own being, when
    • of falling a prey to the worst possible egotism. Those are the two
    • void and the collapse into egotism. All other ordeals are variations
    • against surrender to egotism. Even higher knowledge is dangerous in
    • This leads us into egotism and cuts us off from those lower gods.
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • working as a solvent, as a destructive influence upon our egotism. We
    • ourselves, the less is egotism able to get a hold upon us. We then
    • Christ Impulse through our egotistic impulses and passions, we learn
    • when we descend into ourselves we come through our colossal egotism,
    • that is to say, through the soul strong in its egohood and its
    • egotism; in either direction we come to what of itself can certainly
    • before the void, as well as the resistance of our own egotism. And as
    • egotism, we are also proof against all that might cause us to vanish
    • temptation to egotism and its overcoming, to infinite compassion and
    • of fear and egotism, of the overcoming of fear through fearlessness,
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    • ego, which no longer only discovered itself in the etheric manifestation
    • the ego was manifesting itself. In this, man would be opposed by the
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    • function of the Ego, the kingdom of Heaven. Preparation for
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    • must forego the profundities of St. Mark's Gospel, it will prevent any
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    • has so often been emphasised among us, namely, that the human Ego dwells
    • within three sheaths, each one of which is more ancient than the Ego
    • itself. The Ego is a being of Earth, the youngest of the members of
    • to-day — this perfect instrument in which the human Ego can so
    • body and the Ego, no evolution on the earth would be possible for man
    • the Egohood of mankind.
    • opposing powers were always at work, and as a result, the Ego of man, a
    • issue. Men were facing the danger either of not developing the Ego by
    • with humanity as such and becoming independent, self-sufficient, egoistic
    • Ego must become sufficiently mature to develop within itself what may
    • life of soul, is no longer bound up with the blood-tie. The Ego was
    • was confronting a birth of the Ego through which this Ego could know
    • Ego was to unfold love, and out of love, freedom. Only a being who develops
    • an Ego of this nature is in the real sense man. For a being
    • love he has in common with the animals. With his fully developed Ego
    • The “Ego” has a name that can be given only by itself. In
    • the Ego, the ‘I', the Godhead speaks; earthly conditions have
    • an Egohood there enters that which is otherwise nowhere to be found
    • to bring to mankind the forces through which the Ego would be able to
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    • of man, namely, the full activity of the Ego. Through the widespread
    • of the full activity of the human Ego. Thus the true kingdom of mankind
    • understanding of how the human Ego would be brought to man through the
    • evolution: namely, of the vastly increased power of the Ego, derived
    • to pass; man has become a different being; the Ego has now the rulership
    • that now the time had come when the Ego could express itself fully in
    • now, through the emergence of the Ego in the real sense, the Christ
    • of the universe there is drawing near the newborn Ego, and this Ego
    • looked back to the old traditions, but forward to what the freed Ego,
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    • summary. The ego and astral if separate from the etheric and physical
    • other egos and astral. In the world after death man is singled out
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    • from pure egoism, greed, ambition, etc. For this reason it is
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    • accurate; it does not come from our ordinary ego, it is often a
    • cannot be called a sympathetic grief, it is ‘egoistic;’
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    • influence of foregoing occurrences only, but also under the influence
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    • summary. The ego and astral if separate from the etheric and physical
    • other egos and astral. In the world after death man is singled out
    • feeling is that we must unite our own ego with every being with whom
    • The foregoing is intended to throw
    • When we observe the ego and actual
    • spiritual science (the ego, as we have often heard, is the youngest,
    • another — each only as ego and astral body — we should be
    • with our ego and astral body between birth and death we belong to a
    • relation between his astral body and ego, in a similar way in regard
    • to a starry structure, as here the soul and the ego stand with regard
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    • him. Weininger said for example that the woman possesses no ego,
    • conscious of themselves — the ego. Spiritual science thus
    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • ego and astral body during sleep in the spiritual world remain hidden
    • the human being is organised in such a way that the ego and astral
    • The ego, the human being's true inner being, is therefore the
    • we awaken, the ego and astral body experience new knowledge of the
    • sleep, for the ego and astral body spend their time in the spiritual
    • science knows that the two higher members of the human being, the ego
    • astral body and ego of the human being. And that which the artist
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    • him. Weininger said for example that the woman possesses no ego,
    • conscious of themselves — the ego. Spiritual science thus
    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • ego and astral body during sleep in the spiritual world remain hidden
    • the human being is organised in such a way that the ego and astral
    • The ego, the human being's true inner being, is therefore the
    • we awaken, the ego and astral body experience new knowledge of the
    • sleep, for the ego and astral body spend their time in the spiritual
    • science knows that the two higher members of the human being, the ego
    • astral body and ego of the human being. And that which the artist
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    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • thought our ego filled our soul being through and through, but now it
    • to us the true, super-sensible nature of our ego, and enters into what
    • we have imprinted into our body. Our ego arises again and again out
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    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • thought our ego filled our soul being through and through, but now it
    • to us the true, super-sensible nature of our ego, and enters into what
    • we have imprinted into our body. Our ego arises again and again out
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    • When the ego and astral body withdraw from our head, for instance,
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    • When the ego and astral body withdraw from our head, for instance,
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    • astral body and ego had been raised out of the physical body;
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    • science, we take it as a foregone conclusion that we apply that same
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • to thrust out what is united with our Ego through the experiences we
    • we have reached the stage not of weakening our Ego, but, just through
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • forget this Ego in its present stage, that means, to thrust out its
    • eternal Ego.
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    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • to thrust out what is united with our Ego through the experiences we
    • we have reached the stage not of weakening our Ego, but, just through
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • forget this Ego in its present stage, that means, to thrust out its
    • eternal Ego.
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    • draw man upwards again to the spiritual world fall into two categories:
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies fall away from him and his ego
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • the Christ-Ego in the astral and etheric bodies of men goes on to
    • Christ, as Astral Christ, as Ego-Christ, in order, as Ego-Christ, to
    • certain age, his ego is taken out of his bodily sheaths and a
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
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    • draw man upwards again to the spiritual world fall into two categories:
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies fall away from him and his ego
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • the Christ-Ego in the astral and etheric bodies of men goes on to
    • Christ, as Astral Christ, as Ego-Christ, in order, as Ego-Christ, to
    • certain age, his ego is taken out of his bodily sheaths and a
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
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    • someone has lost a friend — so that the Ego has passed through
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    • someone has lost a friend — so that the Ego has passed through
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    • can be grouped in categories that will resemble each other. That will
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    • Ego. But it is not completely involved in this conscious activity,
    • conscious Ego. Later on, we return to the thing. We shall see that by
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    • conscious Ego. Later on, we return to the thing. We shall see that by
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    • body, ethereal body, astral body and Ego;’ he will behave in
    • Ego is brought into connection with the fact, with the deed I
    • soul and spirit — the Ego, the kernel of our being, — and
    • command of the Ego over the astral body. Some people cannot bring
    • the Ego over the astral body.
    • means of strengthening the control of the Ego over the astral body is to
    • pros and the cons as well. Human vanity and egoism
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
    • it is for the strengthening of the Ego in its control of the astral
    • is good for the strengthening of our Ego, to meditate upon the fact
    • practices we strengthen the influence of the Ego over the astral
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    • body, ethereal body, astral body and Ego;’ he will behave in
    • Ego is brought into connection with the fact, with the deed I
    • soul and spirit — the Ego, the kernel of our being, — and
    • command of the Ego over the astral body. Some people cannot bring
    • the Ego over the astral body.
    • means of strengthening the control of the Ego over the astral body is to
    • pros and the cons as well. Human vanity and egoism
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
    • it is for the strengthening of the Ego in its control of the astral
    • is good for the strengthening of our Ego, to meditate upon the fact
    • practices we strengthen the influence of the Ego over the astral
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    • or insipidly allegorical form. (This is frequently done when
    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • symbolic or allegorical negations of art
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • Dornach there is not a single symbol, not a single allegory to be
    • symbolic or allegorical is to be seen there, are just
    • Anthroposophy as immediate, unallegorical, unsymbolical plastic
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    • or insipidly allegorical form. (This is frequently done when
    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • symbolic or allegorical negations of art
    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • Dornach there is not a single symbol, not a single allegory to be
    • symbolic or allegorical is to be seen there, are just
    • Anthroposophy as immediate, unallegorical, unsymbolical plastic
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    • developing our human, thought-filled Ego we all bear within us, below
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • necessary centre of evil in man, the human Ego must be forged. This
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • the outer world. That is why the Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep,
    • The Ego which
    • surrender of the Ego; and that on penetrating fully into this further
    • interpretation of Nirvana, of the sublimest surrender of the Ego, as
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
    • Nirvana spoke, while the Ego flowed out into the world in love.”
    • the West, men have a blood, a lymph, that is saturated by an Egohood
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    • developing our human, thought-filled Ego we all bear within us, below
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • necessary centre of evil in man, the human Ego must be forged. This
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • the outer world. That is why the Ego-consciousness disappears in sleep,
    • The Ego which
    • surrender of the Ego; and that on penetrating fully into this further
    • interpretation of Nirvana, of the sublimest surrender of the Ego, as
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
    • Nirvana spoke, while the Ego flowed out into the world in love.”
    • the West, men have a blood, a lymph, that is saturated by an Egohood
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    • needs be such a centre within us, for only in such a centre can the Ego
    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • man, for otherwise he would not be able to develop his ego, but
    • is the very thing we need to give the Ego its right and proper strength.
    • in the direction of egoism, we pour moral and ethical ideals into the
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • due to the presence of egoism.
    • instinctive vision. And then they looked upon a world where egohood
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • world where, to begin with, the ego-power, as it develops for human
    • used to speak of Nirvana, of the end and disappearance of egohood.
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • the Ego of man is as it were submerged, where it cannot hold itself
    • speaks to us. There we have something that is no mere allegory
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    • needs be such a centre within us, for only in such a centre can the Ego
    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • man, for otherwise he would not be able to develop his ego, but
    • is the very thing we need to give the Ego its right and proper strength.
    • in the direction of egoism, we pour moral and ethical ideals into the
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • due to the presence of egoism.
    • instinctive vision. And then they looked upon a world where egohood
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • world where, to begin with, the ego-power, as it develops for human
    • used to speak of Nirvana, of the end and disappearance of egohood.
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • egohood as a result of the influences I have described.
    • the Ego of man is as it were submerged, where it cannot hold itself
    • speaks to us. There we have something that is no mere allegory
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • the Ego that must constantly create itself in order to understand
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  • Title: Lecture: Adept-School of the Past
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    • task of developing the Ego. Our race, the fifth root-race, or the
    • culture, and at the same time to develop egoism in its extremest
    • of the government, etc. In our time, we experience egoism, the dry
    • face. Our fifth root-race will perish, because egoism will reach its
    • master: Egoism, selfishness have been pushed to the extreme. A time will
    • disintegration, a universal cult of the Ego and of egoism.
    • Will this counter-act egoism
    • Materialism and egoism bring
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    • culture, and at the same time to develop egoism in its extremest
    • of the government, etc. In our time, we experience egoism, the dry
    • face. Our fifth root-race will perish, because egoism will reach its
    • master: Egoism, selfishness have been pushed to the extreme. A time will
    • disintegration, a universal cult of the Ego and of egoism.
    • Will this counter-act egoism
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  • Title: Lecture: Man's Relationship with the Surrounding World
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    • astral body and his Ego. What we call self-consciousness arises from
    • the fact that man grows conscious of his Ego. Self-consciousness does
    • stone also have an ego, like man, only that man does not perceive
    • self-consciousness, with an ego, — and the animal, the plant
    • and the mineral have no ego upon the physical plane. Man is
    • an Ego here, upon the physical plane, in the ordinary world.
    • Ego; there, they have their common Ego. The same applies to the other
    • to ask each finger as to its ego, it would have to answer: It is the
    • Ego of the man to whom we belong. In the same way, if you were to ask
    • a lion in a menagerie, or a lion in Africa, where its ego is to be
    • found, each would point to the common ego of the species, to the
    • group-ego.
    • common ego. Man differs from the animal through the fact that each
    • human being has his own Ego, whereas the animal has an ego common to
    • his species, a group-ego. You cannot find the egos of the animals in
    • the Lion-ego, the Bear-ego, as self-contained Beings, as individual
    • single lion maybe inferior to man, but his ego is a very lofty Being,
    • task connected with the lions here on earth. These animal-egos are
    • the collective egos of the animals, you would see that they exercise
    • governed by the Beings whom we call the animal-egos. These
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    • astral body and his Ego. What we call self-consciousness arises from
    • the fact that man grows conscious of his Ego. Self-consciousness does
    • stone also have an ego, like man, only that man does not perceive
    • self-consciousness, with an ego, — and the animal, the plant
    • and the mineral have no ego upon the physical plane. Man is
    • an Ego here, upon the physical plane, in the ordinary world.
    • Ego; there, they have their common Ego. The same applies to the other
    • to ask each finger as to its ego, it would have to answer: It is the
    • Ego of the man to whom we belong. In the same way, if you were to ask
    • a lion in a menagerie, or a lion in Africa, where its ego is to be
    • found, each would point to the common ego of the species, to the
    • group-ego.
    • common ego. Man differs from the animal through the fact that each
    • human being has his own Ego, whereas the animal has an ego common to
    • his species, a group-ego. You cannot find the egos of the animals in
    • the Lion-ego, the Bear-ego, as self-contained Beings, as individual
    • single lion maybe inferior to man, but his ego is a very lofty Being,
    • task connected with the lions here on earth. These animal-egos are
    • the collective egos of the animals, you would see that they exercise
    • governed by the Beings whom we call the animal-egos. These
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  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • also that I myself — the Ego within me — has in
    • his ego. Indeed, when we look around, at the philosophical
    • by considering the nature of our ego; for it is the ego that
    • ego that proves itself to be the enduring central point. We
    • about the ego by philosophers and thinkers, especially in
    • something able to wipe out this experiencing of the ego in
    • speculation about the endurance of the ego as normal
    • sleep obliterates, but also this central point, the ego.
    • with the ego known to normal consciousness.
    • possible for anyone to speak of the ego, not by focusing his
    • question arises: Do we meet the ego among all the things
    • feelings and will impulses, no ego can be found. From nothing
    • in the outer world can I derive the idea of the ego, yet it
    • obliterate what we have in normal consciousness as our ego.
    • idea that the thought of the ego arising in normal
    • ego vanishes in sleep. If, then, it is not a reality, what is
    • appearance as he is to his ego, which normally he always
    • reflected in our consciousness in the way the ego is —
    • it is then our own being which must experience the ego as a
    • reflected that is not there, so, if a reflection of the ego
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    • also that I myself — the Ego within me — has in
    • his ego. Indeed, when we look around, at the philosophical
    • by considering the nature of our ego; for it is the ego that
    • ego that proves itself to be the enduring central point. We
    • about the ego by philosophers and thinkers, especially in
    • something able to wipe out this experiencing of the ego in
    • speculation about the endurance of the ego as normal
    • sleep obliterates, but also this central point, the ego.
    • with the ego known to normal consciousness.
    • possible for anyone to speak of the ego, not by focusing his
    • question arises: Do we meet the ego among all the things
    • feelings and will impulses, no ego can be found. From nothing
    • in the outer world can I derive the idea of the ego, yet it
    • obliterate what we have in normal consciousness as our ego.
    • idea that the thought of the ego arising in normal
    • ego vanishes in sleep. If, then, it is not a reality, what is
    • appearance as he is to his ego, which normally he always
    • reflected in our consciousness in the way the ego is —
    • it is then our own being which must experience the ego as a
    • reflected that is not there, so, if a reflection of the ego
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  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • revolves round him. When he does, then indeed egoistic motives
    • bottom it was in a very egoistic way that these ideas of
    • them. If they become merely an incentive to egoism, then they
    • not simple egoism, but double egoism. Yet this double egoism
    • altruistic, not to egoistic actions and sentiments.
    • but only egoistic anti-social motive forces, and one cannot
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    • revolves round him. When he does, then indeed egoistic motives
    • bottom it was in a very egoistic way that these ideas of
    • them. If they become merely an incentive to egoism, then they
    • not simple egoism, but double egoism. Yet this double egoism
    • altruistic, not to egoistic actions and sentiments.
    • but only egoistic anti-social motive forces, and one cannot
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • could be quoted and the different categories of dreams
    • grows into physical independence, into his egoity in the
    • world of the senses, into the amount of egoism that is
    • destination as man. This egoism must of course be mingled
    • a man shall permeate his life with the forces of his Ego. If
    • his search for the requisite amount of egoism takes an
    • egoism necessary to his life.
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    • grows into physical independence, into his egoity in the
    • world of the senses, into the amount of egoism that is
    • destination as man. This egoism must of course be mingled
    • a man shall permeate his life with the forces of his Ego. If
    • his search for the requisite amount of egoism takes an
    • egoism necessary to his life.
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    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • has become sinful is rooted in another Ego, a guiltless Ego.
    • Where then, does the Ego that is not yet interwoven with the
    • consciousness of our Ego dawned for the first time.
    • The Ego is there, although we are not aware that it is living
    • Egohood at all. The Ego looks into the surrounding world, is
    • consciousness of Egohood. In its childlike, innocent state
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • what your Ego is before there is any concept of it! Become
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • your childhood! Then that Ego will shine into everything
    • acquired by the Ego of your later years!’— And
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    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • has become sinful is rooted in another Ego, a guiltless Ego.
    • Where then, does the Ego that is not yet interwoven with the
    • consciousness of our Ego dawned for the first time.
    • The Ego is there, although we are not aware that it is living
    • Egohood at all. The Ego looks into the surrounding world, is
    • consciousness of Egohood. In its childlike, innocent state
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • what your Ego is before there is any concept of it! Become
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • your childhood! Then that Ego will shine into everything
    • acquired by the Ego of your later years!’— And
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • Ego-consciousness, to that higher state described in Paul's words:
    • the Ego I now possess but through a power which can live within me
    • and lead me beyond my human Ego. This I can only do if Christ works
    • is also a “resurrection” because the Ego is raised
    • to a higher Ego whence it has descended. The Buddhist believes in the
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    • the Ego I now possess but through a power which can live within me
    • and lead me beyond my human Ego. This I can only do if Christ works
    • is also a “resurrection” because the Ego is raised
    • to a higher Ego whence it has descended. The Buddhist believes in the
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, reincarnation, karma
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    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, reincarnation, karma
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    • ask: How can the soul-and-spirit in man — to which the Ego
    • our I or Ego. Our Ego has no extension at all. It is purely
    • from space still more. And lastly when we pass on to the Ego, we go
    • (to begin with without the Ego; only in so far as
    • Then we arrive at the point, and then only do we pass over to the Ego.
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    • ask: How can the soul-and-spirit in man — to which the Ego
    • our I or Ego. Our Ego has no extension at all. It is purely
    • from space still more. And lastly when we pass on to the Ego, we go
    • (to begin with without the Ego; only in so far as
    • Then we arrive at the point, and then only do we pass over to the Ego.
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • into waking life his Ego and astral body enter into the physical and
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    • remain unconscious of it. When we sleep our Ego and astral body are
    • into waking life his Ego and astral body enter into the physical and
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Hinweise
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Zu den Veröffentlichungen aus dem Vortragswerk von Rudolf Steiner
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    • Harmonie zustande, weil der Geist lebt, nicht die einzelnen Egoisten,
    • weil der Geist wirklich über die einzelnen Egoisten hinüber
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    • eine Art besteht darinnen, daß der Mensch egoistisch schreibt,
    • ist die nichtegoistische, die selbstlose Art des Schreibens. Sie
    • ist das selbstische, das egoistische.
    • die Sprache ist bei den meisten Menschen egoistisch. Sie
    • wuohs in Buregonden
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Hinweise
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    • wo sich einem die Bleilast der eigenen Egoismen — denn
    • Egoismen sind immer die Sünden — auf die Seele
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  • Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 1: The Inner Aspect of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • innermost core of our being meets us in what we call our Ego. This
    • ego, the innermost core of our being, is, in reality, for people of
    • have the slightest inkling that such an ego is to be alluded to. I
    • soul are gathered into a sort of focus — into the ego. It would
    • clear grasp of the ego and place it before us like the external
    • the ego depends in the same way as the physical body is dependent
    • we could look for the environment of the ego in the same way as we do
    • ego in its own world must represent to himself a world such as
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    • now flashed up — that this was what is called egoity which
    • evolution, so to speak. We see egoism flashing up in the
    • themselves, to their egoity, would in a certain respect have been
    • — the egotism within it prevents that; but it is able to take
    • without then possessing our present earthly ego-consciousness, we
    • acquire through our ego, but living and weaving in the universe,
    • ego-consciousness we have such a soul-life as can play up into it.
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    • matter which at the moment of death was shut out from the Ego, astral
    • body, and Ego has no meaning, it is purposeless; at that moment it is
    • man has to acquire his ego-consciousness there. Without death he
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    • Saturn, which still continues. We cannot know our Ego
    • and the Ego originates. Beings begin to lead an egoistic
    • dull egoism comes variety with fluidic ideas and picture
    • because he has to acquire his Ego consciousness on Earth
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    • innermost core of our being meets us in what we call our Ego. This
    • ego, the innermost core of our being, is, in reality, for people of
    • have the slightest inkling that such an ego is to be alluded to. I
    • gathered into a sort of focus, — into the ego. It would be
    • clear grasp of the ego and place it before us like the external
    • ego depends in the same way as the physical body is dependent upon
    • could look for the environment of the ego in the same way as we
    • to learn to know the ego in its own world must represent to himself a
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    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • egoism flashing up in the weakest form, as longing, but we can also
    • Beings devoted to themselves, to their own Ego-nature, would in a
    • completely surrender itself — the egotism within it prevents
    • earthly ego-consciousness, we must think of ourselves at that time
    • without that which we can now acquire through our ego, but living and
    • ego-consciousness we have a Soul-life which can play its part. And
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    • body, and Ego has no meaning, it is purposeless; at that moment it is
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
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    • hardens himself in his egoism, as is the case in cowardice. In the
    • the foregoing is extreme, and not universal to any great extent,
    • and “egoism.” These words may very easily be misused. It
    • egoistically!” It is not egoism when a person undergoes a
    • physical, etheric, and astral bodies received the Ego-impulse or
    • earthly evolution. It was now in it as the ego of Christ. We know
    • with Jesus of Nazareth; the Christ-impulse was within as the ego. At
    • Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering round
    • astral body for the Christ-Ego-impulse by all the moral
    • is done, then shall be present that which came as an Ego or
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    • out for egotistic gain, he still worked, in a certain
    • and ego. From the time of going to sleep to waking,
    • therefore, the real man is in his ego and astral body; but
    • medium sitting there, however, is not an ego and an astral
    • body. The ego-consciousness and also the astral consciousness
    • — that is to say, with some other human being. The ego
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    • the courage to declare not only the ego's content of
    • such an idea from out of our ego. We strike a body and it
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    • moment when, together with his ego and astral body, he slips
    • sleep, in his ego and astral body he has been outside his
    • thinks with his ego and astral body and we may therefore say:
    • Thinking is an activity that is carried over by the ego and
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    • other categories of the Spirits of Form guide the life
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    • I spoke about this in the foregoing lectures. But it has not
    • when the life of our Ego is interrupted by the periods of
    • contentions of these two categories of opponents are based,
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    • beings, are invariably egotistic. They need not be and indeed
    • usually are not, egotists. They act out of an urge quite
    • different from that of egotism. They act out of a lust for
    • suddenly appears in idealistic natures, makes men egotists
    • egotists such as are to be met with in numbers of
    • mystics who have developed merely a subtle form of egotism, a
    • egotism they display.
    • their sphere if we cultivate, not egotism but the will for
    • side; for these spirits do everything to foster egotism, so
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    • consciousness: that is to say, not to let the Ego emerge but
    • to bring the spiritual world into the Ego. It is
    • to oppose everything that tends towards ecstatic, egoistic
    • is actually an experience associated with intensely egotistic
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    • the full consciousness of the human ego, which it is the
    • ego-consciousness. This passing over from the group-soul
    • element, the ego, and it is necessary to emphasize this. He
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    • universal human ego was working in Him. What then is so
    • ego, this ego had to participate in the process; everything
    • one ego must henceforth be in direct relationship with
    • another ego. In earlier times the spiritual lived in the
    • element, for the whole process did not affect the ego.
    • the moral element in which the ego participates. It was a
    • in this way made the transition from the ego-less to the
    • ego-filled condition, and this can be found in every single
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    • own egoism that he does not listen. A man of former times
    • point where they could vigorously assert their immortal ego.
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    • that works egotistically within Krishna. It is something in
    • our own being we first of all glimpse the ego as you will
    • We distinguish the ordinary ego from the
    • higher, super-sensible ego which does not appear in the world
    • of sense. This super-sensible ego appears in such a manner
    • ego, the higher being dwelling in man, we do not speak of
    • speak of the ego.
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    • penetrate into the ego. They could not approach the true ego,
    • ego through initiation, could he enter the super-sensible
    • worlds. But within the ego there was no comprehension, no
    • use of all the forces pertaining to his ego.
    • heaven were to shine right into the ego; they were to
    • approach the ego, the earthly ego. In truth it has been
    • we wish to describe the old soul nature as “ego,”
    • all the might of what was later to become the ego and to live
    • within man, when all the power and the impulses of the ego
    • the ego prematurely penetrated into his bodily nature, what
    • pre-Christian era the ego force, too powerful for the human
    • broke through what was destined for the ego.
    • become the ego, such persons split apart their human bodily
    • constitution with this ego force because this force is too
    • particular incarnation who possess this ego force in
    • themselves, but this ego can remain within them only because
    • whose bodies are split asunder by the force of the ego. These
    • is compatible with the greatness of the ego, and the
    • superhuman ego force that is within it.
    • and forces that later on will penetrate the ego, and that
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    • judgment is the special characteristic of the ego, when the
    • ego emerges as an independent entity.
    • the purpose of bringing to the ego all that could be given to
    • blood since the time of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The ego,
    • physical vessel for egohood could be given to mankind. That
    • intellect, and thus for egohood. In receiving back his son
    • ego after its liberation from the body. Just at this moment
    • spirit, given to the ego when it has been freed from the
    • but at what can come into the ego and can radiate forth from
    • for the ego, it will always be said that the wasting of the
    • to be satisfied with the abstractions of the ego. In the same
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    • Christ Jesus there is no egoism; and it would be a complete
    • to do with any egoistic creed, but with something that, as a
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    • egoistically within man it will be possible to push forward to
    • is it built on? On egoism! Because people want to live beyond death,
    • play. In this way, human egoism alone is approached, human egoism
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    • is what makes us feel ourselves to be an ego, a living ego, for this
    • living ego does not exist within us. Within us are only dead
    • organism of limbs and metabolism. Our present earthly ego lives in
    • only experience your ego in your thoughts because your organism of
    • deceptive experience. For your ego is not, in fact, contained in your
    • the mirror when you see yourself reflected in it. Your ego is not in
    • you an awareness of this ego in your earthly life. This is how
    • yesterday, were transformed into nothing more than allegories by a
    • Alexandria interprets the whole of the Old Testament as an allegory.
    • Buddhi, and so on, distorting everything to fit an allegory. This
    • allegories. These allegories are nothing other than an inner
    • Golgotha. He makes allegories of straw out of the Old Testament. And
    • aside Philo of Alexandria, who makes everything allegorical, we
    • Jahve. This disappears in the allegories of Philo of Alexandria.
    • everything up allegorically into a spiritual sphere. But at that time
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    • ego are linked quite differently to what is going on around them if,
    • the fifth post-Atlantean period progresses. The ego becomes more
    • inward, and language together with the ego also becomes more inward,
    • the external and the internal human being are drawn apart. The ego
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    • instinctual id and the moralistic superego was refereed by the
    • central ego.
    • the central force of an ego (though they all interpret the ego
    • “unstuck,” to empower the central ego to again be able to
    • sometimes alchemical participation of the ego.
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    • in egoism of which most people are entirely unaware. One comes across
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    • It takes effect in egoism of which most people are entirely
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    • the human being: etheric body, astral body, ego, calling upon the
    • Characteristics of members of being. Ego and earth
    • form. Ego and death form. Physical organism and nutrition. Relation
    • of the airy. Listening to oneself in speaking: study of the ego
    • and Tone; Ego and circulating Blood. The sleeping state. Relation to
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    • know right into the physical sphere how the ego in themselves
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    • organization. This warmth organization is subject to the ego
    • conditions. The warmth is ruled from the ego organization.
    • regards the ego organization. What the ego organization does
    • walking, I take hold of my warmth organization with my ego
    • consequence of the ego organization, but the ego organization
    • therefore, we see the intervention of the ego organization,
    • see therein the intervention of the ego organization, you
    • realize: Yes, it is conceivable that the ego organization
    • receives impulses from the ego organization inasmuch as these
    • impulses of the ego organization take hold, first of all, of
    • the part of the ego by way of the warmth organization may
    • in such a way that the ego organization works too strongly
    • order that the ego organization can work in it. If this
    • of illness must exist in the organism. Now, the ego
    • ego organization, could not bring forth the warmth that must
    • of the etheric body, of the astral body, of the ego
    • organization. Suppose the ego organization is taking too
    • what the ego organization is doing in this abnormal,
    • ego organization is taking hold of the kidneys but in the way
    • there but which is there because the ego organization is
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    • true when we come to the ego organization.
    • way will be to start from the ego organization. What is this
    • ego organization, in reality? In the physical world, it is to
    • through the Gate of Death, and the ego organization leaves
    • the physical world. When the ego organization is forming and
    • earthly environment. In other words, the ego organization is
    • This ego
    • earthly life, through the ego organization. The human being
    • picture of the ego organization in its relation to the
    • so that, finally, if the ego organization is working
    • something completely different. The activity of the ego
    • body to take food, the ego has no more to do, just as you had
    • is impossible for the ego to work from out of the warmth, in
    • impossible for the ego organization to so transform the
    • the ego organization.
    • ego organization do with the physical body? It destroys the
    • being able to take external substances as food. Ego
    • polar opposites. The ego organization betokens for man
    • ego organization you are dying all the time, that is to say,
    • different directions and the ego organization is simply the
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    • etheric body forms around what are, later on, ego
    • in turn unites with the physical embryo. Ego, astral
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    • yesterday. A first category of questions has arisen out of a
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    • introduce into medicine not egoism but altruism. Altruism,
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    • general category of which I have already spoken. We will then
    • etheric and astral bodies. It is only in the ego organization
    • smallpox who in his astral body and ego organization had the
    • it only in the astral body and in the ego, so that in that
    • body having smallpox. In the astral body and ego
    • image of the condition in which ego organization and astral
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Lecture VIII
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    • in astral body and ego, consciously, then all is well. But if
    • we do not pass through this experience in the ego and astral
    • his members are intermixed. On the one side there is the ego
    • the ego and astral body come down in the physical and etheric
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Easter Course: Lecture I
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    • the ego when I am meditating?
    • the ego? Meditation consists, does it not, in the following.
    • sentence. This is emphatically an activity of the ego in the
    • activity of the ego. In the present incarnation the intellect
    • predominates and everything else is overshadowed by the ego,
    • content of the meditation intellectually you bring your ego
    • it be in your consciousness, then your ego is working in you
    • developed in the astral, in the ego organization. Of the
    • and elaborated inwardly in such a way that the ego and astral
    • life. During those years he must work up in his ego and
    • ego organization. For this reason there is an inward,
    • his astral body and his ego are taking hold of the milk you
    • inwardly; whereas in the child, astral body and ego take over
    • make it possible for the ego to be active in quite another
    • that your ego organization is thoroughly involved in the
    • and fourteenth years, astral body and ego organization must
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    • come to the ego, you really can make no picture at all. The
    • ego works neither from above nor from below; it works in such
    • a way that one simply cannot make a diagram of it. The ego
    • of time. What proceeds from the ego organization of man
    • two categories of planets.
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    • weak to permeate the sugar through and through. In his ego
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    • ego has its own special structure. The structure of physical
    • of astral body and ego is purely spiritual. A purely
    • which has sent out the ego and astral body, and again we have
    • center of life. The astral body and ego structure have,
    • (astral body and ego) are inserted into the physical-etheric
    • organ ego organization and astral organization are working,
    • of the following: Suppose that astral organization and ego
    • spiritual structure, becomes an image of the astral and ego
    • body and ego organization take firm hold of the solar plexus.
    • juice, because the ego organization takes a firm hold by way
    • ego organization—works upon plants or animals. Poisons
    • structure of his astral body or ego organization is
    • human being becomes, in his astral body and ego, an image of
    • structure into his astral body and ego.
    • room the weakened astral body and ego can take on the forms
    • — astral body and ego organization — assuming the
    • body or ego organization, or one of their parts, taking form
    • two extremes. The astral and ego organization in one child
    • another child the tendency of the astral and ego organization
    • expression in the temperament. When the astral body and ego
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    • to negotiate about such themes through individual
    • by his upright posture. This is aligned by the ego
    • organization, and, namely, in such a way that the earthly ego
    • developing ego which remains after death aligns the
    • body and ego into the metabolic-limb tract of the etheric and
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    • study the ego organization is to listen exactly to one's own
    • speech. You can also get at the ego organization in a
    • up one level, and you can begin to grasp the ego
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    • is permeated by the forces of the Ego.—That is how the
    • Ego
    • organism is paramountly the field of the Ego. The Ego itself
    • remember that the Ego works directly upon the warmth. It is
    • primarily the Ego in man which activates the will, generates
    • impulses of will. — How does the Ego generate impulses
    • But how does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of
    • organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works
    • organism — is the Ego.
    • way of the warmth organism, the Ego gives rise to what comes
    • come to the Ego. This human Ego, which by way of the will is
    • Ego — Will — Warmth organism — Warmth
    • the Ego and the warmth organism.
    • in us interpenetrates, and because the Ego is in the warmth
    • is with the forces of the Ego, also works in the fluid
    • which the Ego works in the circulating blood. It works in the
    • during the waking state; the Ego and the astral body are
    • understand the connection of the Ego with the astral body and
    • with the whole organism. During sleep, when the Ego and the
    • the Ego otherwise works. These elements are within the human
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    • organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can, as it were,
    • bodily nature. As an Ego we would feel no connection with our
    • Ego emerge from the physical body, these higher members of
    • had. Our Ego was living in the warmth organism when it was
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    • egohood, there unfolds within us a new reality leading into
    • from the individ ual egohood, and the seed is sent on into
    • the cosmos is concerned, an egotistical action is different
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    • carbohydrates; the “I,” or Ego, in the salts.
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    • blood, the Ego, the “I” is working. If, therefore, snake
  • Title: Gospel of John: Contents
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    • higher ego in man and in humanity. The Mysteries of the Grail and
    • seed of eternal egoity. Spirit knowledge is the fire of life.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Preface
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    • categories of works that are the fruit of my anthroposophical activities:
    • of these two categories — the published books and the private
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Johannine Christians.
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    • what we call our corporeality, but what we know as our perishable ego
    • “you.” This in itself shows us that our ego-being is distinct
    • ego another, a higher one, is born, as the child is born of the mother.
    • of spiritual science, we have the thought: the ego I have hitherto known
    • perishable; but there slumbers within me a second ego of which men are
    • the first ego is bound up with the perishable, the temporal; and by means
    • of rebirth this higher ego can behold a spiritual world just as the lower
    • ego does perceive the physical world through eyes and ears.
    • ego, which can look from above on the lower ego as man looks on outer
    • his higher ego — corresponds to what occurred in the outer world,
    • the rebirth of the higher ego. As the child is born of the mother, so
    • the divine ego is born of man. Initiation, awakening, is possible; and
    • man who has attained to his higher ego — and suppose he had been
    • higher ego. Had someone approached him at that time with the intention
    • who has just given birth to his higher ego. It is the same man I knew
    • But in his fortieth year a higher ego was born in this man, and henceforth
    • this higher ego irradiates all the circumstances of his life. He is
    • ego grows from year to year and develops further. Now, when this man
    • by the higher ego from the fortieth to the seventieth year; and if we
    • it would be of importance that it is the true spiritual ego he presents
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    • arrives at the point when he can give birth to his clairvoyant ego.
    • most important one: the birth of the higher ego, the spiritual ego;
    • the moment when it bears the higher, imperishable ego that can see into
    • a training of this kind. His aim is the birth of the higher ego, but
    • The legend of the casting out of Oedipus is in this category, too. You
    • at the stage when his higher ego is born or even farther — the richer
    • ego. But we also know that in the course of human life only the physical
    • in the twenty-first year the ego is born, but again only gradually.
    • an independent ego, but will make of myself the bearer of the Christ:
    • birth of Christ: as a new and higher Ego the Christ is born in the soul
    • of Jesus of Nazareth. And the other ego, that of a great initiate, had
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Metamorphoses of the Earth.
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    • life body, astral body, and ego, and we know that his daily life alternates
    • astral body and the ego bearer — we may call it simply the ego
    • ego, and is thus differentiated from the animal and from man. The animal
    • is the first in the scale to have an astral body, and man, an ego. Hence
    • nor ego, but consisting solely of etheric body and physical body, must
    • desires, and passions — and also the vehicle of the ego. But the
    • into animal flesh. And the addition of an ego in the physical world
    • astral body and ego; and the physical body does not represent merely
    • that is comprised in the circulation is an expression of the ego bearer.
    • it is as a result of the fact that an ego dwells in us; the form and
    • of the ego — the circulatory system. A physical being such as
    • can exist only by means of an etheric body, an astral body, and an ego;
    • is, in as far as your astral body and ego constitute you a human being.
    • while you simply withdraw your astral body and ego from your physical
    • your having an astral body and an ego within you. Therefore the following
    • of the ego and astral body the clairvoyant sees a divine ego and a divine
    • astral body and an ego — or at least a substitute for these —
    • the ego. From this it is evident that within the realm of our lives,
    • alone have physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego. The fact
    • that in sleep the astral body and ego withdraw from the physical and
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    • man's astral body and ego, as we term them, are out in space, while his
    • astrality and a divine-spiritual ego. In other words, this alternation
    • man — with his human ego and human astral body — abandons
    • divine-spiritual astral beings and divine spiritual ego beings. In the
    • etheric bodies with his own astral body and ego.
    • body, etheric body, astral body, and ego. But when clairvoyant consciousness
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: Human Evolution within the Embodiments of our Earth.
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    • it is of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego, there emerges
    • the foregoing lectures, in which man's etheric body by no means thus
    • to which the potential ego was added on the Earth. But at the
    • consciousness would have gradually disappeared, the ego would have evolved
    • a physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego. For his ego, he
    • those who made it possible for the germinal ego to join the other principles.
    • etheric body, others on his astral body, and still others on his ego
    • appointed to work on the ego; but on the Moon they had only learned
    • his ego principle; and his further development would have taken a course,
    • ego with which they had endowed man. In the same measure as these human
    • who failed to learn to work on the ego, who now work on the human astral
    • powers: the divine-spiritual powers at work upon the ego, and the Luciferic
    • the moon crisis. The sun forces had engendered the ego consciousness
    • implanted the ego in them were opposed by the Luciferic powers that
    • their attack. They learned how to cultivate the individual human ego,
    • as opposed to the common ego developed by such groups. The farther back
    • for developing an individual ego, as opposed to the common ego.
    • of his ego to the outer world, with his ability to distinguish his ego
    • you with a personal ego! Gaze back to olden times when the ties of blood
    • spoke so eloquently that a descendant experiened his ego as reaching
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    • the period in which a distinct sense of the ego emerged, adding that
    • remain in bed while the astral body and ego withdraw; but in this final
    • mentioned in the foregoing lectures, the Christ-Impulse. We have described
    • coming under the control of another ego: it was invariably thus. The
    • candidate's ego was wholly controlled by his initiator, his hierophant.
    • did his own ego exercize any influence upon it. But the great aim of
    • ego development and not descend to a state of consciousness beneath
    • that of the ego in order to attain to the higher worlds: and in order
    • definite period in His life, to yield up His own ego and receive the
    • ego. In the waking state during the daytime these four principles are
    • in bed, while the astral body and the ego are outside. In death, on
    • withdraws, and for a short time the ego, the astral body, and the etheric
    • then, that spirit dwelt in them, that their ego belonged to the spiritual
    • a love for the physical plane. As the ego-consciousness had increased
    • of being an ego, man, as a human being, could now be reunited with his
    • to be the very core of the Christ impulse through which the egos that
    • into the souls of men, will increasingly ennoble their ego. This has
    • we shall lose our ego, and with it, all possibility of being a people.”
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    • fright. Recall here that the blood is the expression of the ego, then
    • being. The ego, with the intention of making a stand, draws the blood
    • and death he is simply an egotist: he wants everything for his own selfish
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: The Initiation Mysteries.
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    • ego and receive into himself another being, a Being of wholly superhuman
    • His own ego; for that is what took place when, at the Baptism by John,
    • as an ego, the fourth principle of the human being — from His
    • with the purest, most highly developed ego. This was in the nature of a
    • astral body is the vehicle of all this. Jesus of Nazareth, as an ego,
    • Goethe's Chilblains and the Mythologico-allegorico-symbolical Figures
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    • were told you in the foregoing lectures you will remember having heard
    • of life the ego is entrenched in a system of blood relationships. The
    • that time, asserted — not allegorically, but as a fact: As regards
    • ego is transient and fleeting, but not so this whole great folk organism
    • by it I conquer my temporally transient ego: I am sheltered in one great
    • ego, the ego of my people that has come down to me from Father Abraham
    • man with an ego consciousness no longer bound to blood relationship;
    • an ego consciousness which could say, It is within myself that I shall
    • force into each individual soul. The ego which is within me, and which
    • was. It is for me, then, to infuse into this ego a force that will be
    • upon what lives as a transitory ego between birth and death: the forces
    • must penetrate deeper, must enter the ego that continues from one life
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    • In this Jesus of Nazareth there dwelt an ego-being which we showed to
    • sacrifice meant that toward Jesus of Nazareth's thirtieth year His ego
    • human sheath of incomparable purity and perfection. When the ego of
    • of Nazareth the egohood of Christ acquired dominion even over the skeleton.
    • and it would be far from right to consider it a mere allegory or symbol.
    • apprehend that an entire folk ego expressed itself in this blood, just
    • as the individual ego is expressed in the individual's blood. That is
    • egotism. Did Christ accomplish this with the body of Jesus of Nazareth?
    • Did His work result in the right attitude toward all the egotism He
    • encountered, in exposing the fundamentally egotistical character of
    • homage to egotism and defile the Temple by making it into a trading
    • I renounce my ego
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    • body, and the ego are seen by clairvoyant conciousness as interpenetrating
    • the ego are withdrawn. Today, in order to describe the Mystery of Golgotha
    • consciousness; that is, in just what manner the ego and astral body
    • body. In the morning, when the astral body and the ego re-enter the
    • the astral body enters the etheric body, and the ego the physical body.
    • etheric bodies, the vertical lines for the ego and the physical body.
    • the ego, for example, is in the etheric body as well as elsewhere, and
    • What, exactly, occurred at the Baptism? We have said that the ego of
    • and astral bodies. The ego abandoned the physical body, and in place
    • of the ego of Jesus of Nazareth there entered into this threefold
    • earth, that places his ego upon a footing of its own. Great minds who
    • gives his physical body its peculiar form, imprinted by his ego
    • the ego dwelling in the physical body — is a paternal heritage.
    • ego; and the imagination, the gift of storytelling, inherited from the
    • take their stand upon their own ego.
    • own ego; if the lines separating souls become ever more marked so that
    • one means being egotistical. But if I consider the other man's opinion
    • in the ego-permeated physical body. In other words, the mother, the
    • every quality arising from a union of the ego and the physical body,
    • ego — derives from the father, the male element. What is it, then,
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    • not yet capable of any pronounced self-consciousness, of ego-consciousness.
    • lacked anything like a strong ego sense — self-consciousness in
    • his self-consciousness, his egoity, and to do this was the task of post-Atlantean
    • unwise leaders: their ego would wax increasingly strong, so that with
    • ego, would develop his own feelings and will — every man for himself
    • extreme, becoming the bearer of egotism — that is, of a quality
    • that leads men, as egos, to individual isolation and mutual antagonism.
    • preserved, the development of the ego must inevitably have proceeded,
    • and egotism would have grown so strong that blood would rage against
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    • we know that as the fourth principle of his being man has an ego, and
    • is the expression of the ego, hence with its steady deterioration the
    • ego fell to an ever increasing extent into error, into maya, or illusion.
    • Hence, also, man is indebted for the growing power of his ego to the
    • circumstance that he is provided with blood. But this ego, in turn,
    • for his ego, for he would have remained linked with the spiritual world.
    • from the spiritual world, and so trained his ego to independence.
    • This ego principle, however,
    • which would have induced exaggerated egotism, which would have fostered
    • not merely the ego principle, egoism, but egotism — this factor
    • the future it can be more and more eradicated from the individual egos
    • wounds we have the factual symbol of the excessive egotism in the human
    • ego. Just as blood is the expression of the ego, so the blood that flowed
    • on Golgotha is the expression of excess in the human ego. Had not the
    • in his egotism and would have been doomed to the fate we described yesterday.
    • disappearance of the force that makes an egotist of the ego.
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    • ego; but we cannot yet entrust them with life. — For
    • his human egoity. Were he to keep passing through death without the
    • consciousness, without egoity; whereas he must enter the divine-spiritual
    • world possessed of his egoity. That is why he must be able to fructify
    • that death becomes the seed of an ego principle in the eternal realm,
    • seed of eternal egoity was provided by the Christ impulse. On Golgotha
    • of a new sun. And now that man has achieved an ego for all eternity,
    • vanish, and he can advance into the future with his rescued ego principle
    • which will more and more be fashioned after the ego principle in Christ.
    • physical body: we would never be able to carry our ego principle
    • death — the blue blood. In order to provide life for our egoity,
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    • with his ego beyond the etheric and astral body, the ancients
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    • how the human ego is really something that is becoming lost
    • Greeks. Take the description I gave concerning ego evolution
    • where I described that the ego was
    • since the whole ego experience is bound up with thinking, the
    • the ego connected to all this. They sensed with the forces of
    • the ego, as it were, but without the housing of this ego.
    • flowers, there my ego is attached, there it
    • their own ego in all its radiance and that it paid them a
    • they are but the outer housing of the ego. A certain
    • estrangement from the ego would have been the consequence of
    • necessary that this ego, which was escaping, as it were, into
    • to the ego — precisely because of its teaching of
    • tendency to alienate this ego from the human being, to
    • deprive us of the ego. This is how it came about that the
    • securing the ego. From the robust force dwelling in the
    • intended to supply the power to attach the ego to the earthly
    • the astral body, and the ego transform themselves into the
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    • did not have a view of the world based on the ego. Their self
    • expressed itself only dimly. For the human being the ego was
    • human being certainly viewed his ego as a ray emerging from
    • his physical nature; he sensed his ego by means of his
    • their own being, so to speak, sensed their ego. Out of the
    • human physical and sensory ego incarnation, they arrived at
    • Palestine encountered the ego-feeling, I would like to say,
    • the blood-ego-feeling, particularly in the central and
    • the premise of this ego comprehension of man, people tried to
    • European people, the ego-world. We see how everything is
    • an experience of his own self. For man must discover his ego
    • development moved westward to the ego experience. This
    • experience of the ego was initially tied to the physical
    • body. It was egotistically self-enclosed. The first ego
    • could not be the one the ego felt and experienced out of its
    • said that all this had to come to pass, for the ego had to
    • ego impulse sensing itself in the physical element. But it
    • ego, these individuals received such glimpses of light. It is
    • subjective astral experience illuminating the ego.
    • in no other way than by lifting the ego up to a spiritual
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    • the ego to the astral body lives what can be inwardly
    • experienced as weight. I have often pointed out that the ego
    • such an ego. They did, however, experience within themselves
    • in ancient India did not experience their ego, but they did
    • terms for the ego we would find that the above experience was
    • their inner configuration, so the ancient words for the ego
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    • here we have man's ego. Let us first consider the human being
    • withered, and gradually disappeared. The ego is basically a
    • submerged with his ego and astral body into his physical and
    • etheric bodies. A close connection developed between his ego
    • into their astral body and ego. Then, when their ego was
    • asleep and the ego and astral body, which had been active in
    • the power of the ego, which is active as a purely rational,
    • body, the astral body, and the ego (see above, blue, yellow,
    • and shape in the middle) are present there too. But the ego
    • organism. Therefore, when this purely intellectual ego goes
    • in the human being, and that this ego can in no way be
    • organism, which in turn affects the ego with those forces
    • that have nothing to do with the cosmos. This is why the ego
    • something with the insight the ego has gained that extends
    • does everything; he puts everything into categories and on
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    • soul can be grasped as a reality only when it senses the ego
    • worlds. When this inner soul-spiritual nature of the ego is
    • fact be filled with reality. For it is through the ego that
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    • we see how the ego tried to push
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    • post-Atlantean epoch, awareness of the ego development's link with sun;
    • how the ego lights up within man's
    • insofar as man's ego was destined to be developed during the
    • particularly the sun's links with the human ego. You also
    • be brought into a connec tion with their ego development
    • insofar as this ego development is tied to the conceptual
    • something that enkindled their ego within them. It is
    • substantially a being related to the ego. The element the
    • they addressed their ego, to regard the sun with the same
    • feelings they had for their ego.
    • Ego and sun
    • spirituality of the sunbeam and can feel how the ego is
    • to comprehend once more the sun's connection with the ego. We
    • everything that fashions us into bearers of our ego. We owe
    • form and, in the latter, molds us into an image of the ego.
    • one hand, in regard to his whole ego development the human
    • could not be an ego dwelling solidly on the earth. On the
    • that produce the connection between astral body and ego
    • expression in the ego achieving an appropriate relationship
    • body. Whereas the sun is connected more with the ego, these
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    • region where the ego could be fully comprehended. From this
    • man's ego is not actually an independent entity but is
    • take hold of the ego. The I was supposed to be contained in
    • Actually, the ego is the same in all human beings. It is
    • the ego had no independent existence but was only a ray of
    • approach of the I, the consciousness of the ego, the
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    • and ego — are directly connected with each other during
    • other, the astral body and ego are separated during sleep
    • what is determined in the depths of the ego, and is astir in
    • evolutionary process — that of the ego and astral body
    • to observe with equal clarity the evolution of the ego and
    • childhood the human being has an astral body and an ego in
    • ego and astral body could be observed from the moment of
    • human being, but observation of the ego and the astral body
    • the ego and the astral body. This factor is due to the
    • astral body and the ego. But by comparison the physical body
    • and the ego do not participate to anything like the same
    • In his ego and
    • paradoxical in our times, namely that the human ego and
    • but where they needs must be spiritual when living in the ego
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    • being consisting of ego and astral body who is separated
    • night the ego and astral body of a grown-up individual pass
    • the firm cohesion between the ego, astral body, etheric body
    • also of the other life-history, namely that of the ego and
    • he is asleep, his ego and his astral body are not subject to
    • the ego and astral body are in a super-sensible world that is
    • which the ego and astral body must pass from the time of
    • the ego and the astral body pass into the world of Angeloi and
    • ego and astral body — with the invisible, supernatural
    • this connection too a life-history of the ego and the astral
    • very definite is in prospect for the ego and the astral body
    • do the ego and the astral body experience, to begin with in
    • establish the ego and the astral body rightly in the
    • itself that in sleep man's ego and astral body stretch out
    • in the right way with his ego and his astral body. If you
    • here the drawing itself is made by an ego and an astral body,
    • and his physical body with his ego and astral body. This was
    • sprang from the ego and the astral body, not from the etheric
    • that is to say, ego and astral body, must acquire a right
    • connection between sleeping and waking. In order that the ego
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    • ego and astral body — organs which, if I may be
    • perceive what is contained in the biography of the ego and
    • thus say: The world of tones draws my ego and my astral body
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    • fund intact. In 1839, under the pontificate of Pope Gregory
    • need only come along with all kinds of symbols and allegories
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    • Pentateuch had divine authority. In his “Allegories
    • regarded the characters in Genesis as allegories of states
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    • idea of the ego. Outside the Mysteries the idea of the ego
    • but the ego had to be nurtured through Mystery training and
    • with those spiritual forces which help him to develop his ego
    • something that pertains to the ego alone and is unrelated to
    • would endow us with the ego which could not be granted us at
    • allegorical interpretation of the Scriptures. He believed
    • also used symbol and allegory in his exegesis. He wrote
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    • pursuing their own egoistic thoughts, feelings and volitional
    • developed ego consciousness. This had been prepared for
    • our individualism, our ego centricity for the benefit of the
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    • to the spiritual world. He was not motivated by egoism in his
    • in the individual case to state categorically: this is the
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    • conceptual forms, so-called categories — being,
    • little egotism is retained regarding the world, however, one
    • egotism. It is known that man feels uncomfortable, feels
    • him; in other words, man's egotism is appealed to. This is
    • point of view of their egotism — whether or not they
    • after death. This is connected with their egotism. Since they
    • egotism, to a cognition of man that is free of egotism. This
    • cognition free of egotism, a morally permeated cognition that
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  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture I
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    • physical life, another is more inserted into his ego, another
    • more by the astral and another more by the ego aspect; and if
    • son of the old drunkard and has been begotten with a deaf
    • unconscious ego flows and pushes him further in life so that
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    • conscious ego life of this human being and these forces play
    • out of the astral life of man into the conscious ego
    • thoughts be made much wider so that not only his physical ego
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    • other hand remove the astral body and the ego from the ether
    • actual ego within the astral body, but when we speak about
    • separate the ego out of the human being as we have just done
    • is contracted together into this ego. Thus we carry the
    • astral body, of the ego, then we must not only take these
    • different when the ether body is held together by the ego and
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    • And when we go to sleep, we breathe out our ego and astral
    • Actually when we laugh, we spread out our ego and astral body
    • your ego when you laugh. And this expansion of the astral
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    • emphasis an man's ability to live in the ego, to experience
    • the ego; for this is what it must be after the Mystery of
    • able to experience the ego, but actually to overcoming it, to
    • extinguishing it. This selbstsucht, this egotism,
    • finding of the ego. As long as a person is looking for his
    • selbstsucht, this egotism and in order to free
    • himself from this seeking for the self, this egotism, he must
    • find the ego. Once you have found the ego, then you are no
    • finding the ego is the only real possibility of overcoming
    • this egotism. That person today who after the Mystery of
    • Golgotha wants to flee away from the ego and says that which
    • of the ego into the seeking of the ego, that person is really
    • fostering egotism. Hence, such books make an egotistical
    • egotistical way to try in their own dreamingness try to seek
    • for knowledge. This is egotism of knowledge and this egotism
    • of egotism. Hence the book entitled
    • stuff which is the worst type of egotism.
    • Mystery of Golgotha when the ego had not entered into the
    • way today is to try to push the ego away and you really get
    • egotistical state of mind. This same book furthermore states:
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • consider it egotistical and selfish on their part, but the
    • terminology is different in their world. Egotism or not, the
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    • powers — astral body and ego; but everything is mixed
    • with the astral body and the ego we enter a totally different
    • that the human ego and astral body are much younger than the
    • stages, the astral body through two stages. The ego has only
    • ego. The physical body thus really has four elements to it.
    • etheric body, one to the astral body and one to the ego. The
    • itself, one to the astral body, one to the ego.
    • wants to go outside, and with the element relating to an ego
    • and the ego's physical body — are forsaken by the
    • ego and the astral body are then outside the parts of the
    • the ego are active and aglow in it; during the night they are
    • the ego acts like salt during sleep. Human beings thus have
    • waking, the ego and astral body, having been outside in the
    • ego and astral body enter and fill them with what they have
    • reality they are nothing but the most brutal egotism. People
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    • of course, satisfy their immediate egotistical religious
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    • reality and the allegorical, symbolic tales told by people
    • symbolic and allegorical, but introduce them to the real life
    • to avoid any form of allegory, nor should you speak of
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    • gjennomtrenger den med en slags naturlig egoitet. Og av hensyn til
    • skape en motvekt i det fysiske, hvor jo egoiteten har så stor
    • opparbeidet, man kunne si — en slags uskyldig egoitet, som kan
    • Jeg opptar nu noe i meg som uvilkårlig gir meg en viss egoitet
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    • forskjell i opplevelsen mellom det, som bare er egoistisk
    • som en kan oppfatte som forskjell mellom egoistisk følelse, som
    • går mere i retning av nydelse og uegoistisk følelse som
    • vil nu opptre en viss finere egoisme i menneskenaturen.
    • egoisme er tatt opp for å overvinne seg selv, men den opptrer
    • absolutt først som en finere egoisme og en vil kunne erfare
    • følelse stiger opp fra en selv, egoitet begynner en egentlig
    • egoitet til å tenke slik, i betraktning av hva det allerede er
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    • astrallegeme på jorden er nemlig egoismen. Og når
    • egenskap gjeldende, så er denne nettopp egoismen; det at det
    • det, hvis det ikke kunne gjennomtrenge seg med egoismens kraft, hvis
    • blomstrer nettopp egoismen gjennom den naturlige
    • nettopp er sagt om astrallegemets mest uregne egenskap: egoismen,
    • være en absolutt egoist, i et riktig lys? La oss en gang gå
    • finnes tilfelle, hvor egoismen utvider seg allerede i det almindelige
    • nødvendig innretning i livet at egoismen utvider seg. Betrakt
    • å forstå hvorledes egoismen der utvider seg fra moren over
    • ikke finne noe bedre for innretningen av verden enn om egoismen
    • seg og nettopp derfor utvidet sin egoisme til dette vesen. Vi ser
    • altså at egoismen opphører å utvikle sine skyggesider,
    • utvider sin egoisme til barnet, gjør de til gjengjeld også
    • sfære blir omspent av hans egoisme, noe overordentlig gavnlig
    • selvisk. Men en egoisme som er utvidet ut over personen, kan
    • begreper. Vi taler om egoisme og altruisme, og man kan lage meget
    • skjønne systemer med slike begreper som egoisme og altruisme.
    • Kjennsgjerningene lar slike systemer smuldre hen, for hvis egoismen
    • egoismen til uselviskhet, og hvis altruismen blir slik at den vil
    • Astrallegemet lar seg karakterisere derved at det er en egoist.
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    • når den i sine egoistiske interesser ikke gjør det
    • motvekt mot astrallegemets egoisme noe annet, som mere og mere kommer
    • opp, jo mere så å si de egoistiske krefter beveger seg i
    • denne isnende ensomhet er det som kurerer en fra å la egoismen
    • når disse to krefter, egoismen som utvider seg til
    • den store egoist. Selvet
    • er mere enn den store egoist, det vil ikke bare seg selv, det
    • over seg selv, inn i det annet. Det er en stigning av egoismen ut
    • Astrallegemets innerste natur er egoismen, —
    • egoist fordi verdensinteressene blir ens egne interesser. Idealet
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    • gamle Måne. Vi har nettopp betegnet det som egoiteten, egoismen.
    • På den gamle Måne måtte denne egoisme innplantes i
    • astrallegeme, så er det nettopp i dets astrallegeme at egoismen
    • båret med seg inn i jorden egoismen som den innerste sjelelige
    • skjønnhetens ånd, på den annen side egoismens
    • seg med egoisme. Men derved ble også nettopp den mulighet som
    • båret egoiteten fra månen til jorden. Slik lærer man i
    • egoitet ledes til almenmenneskelige interesser og verdensinteresser.
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    • experience is necessary if there is to be true Ego-consciousness. I
    • unfolding of Ego-consciousness. For what had we in the place of
  • Title: True Nature: Foreword by Mildred Kerkcaldy
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    • particularly on the development of the ego-consciousness in relation
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    • the spiritual world for the ego-consciousness that is now
    • ego-consciousness is maintained intact; this is possible to-day
    • with the foregoing lecture
    • God as being related to human ego-consciousness, as a World-Ego.
    • In the Moses-epoch, the World-Ego is revealed not only as
    • World-Ego, revealed to Moses from without, is now experienced in
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness. Lecture 4.
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture I: The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World
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    • ego-consciousness as clear and distinct as that of today. The
    • fact that he was an ego hardly entered a man's consciousness. True,
    • the ego, the “I”, was already within man as a power, a
    • force, but knowledge of the ego is not the same thing as the power or
    • did not really feel itself as an ego; an individual man felt himself
    • or ego stood for the whole community of the racial stock and the
    • he does to-day; he experienced the ego as the folk-ego, the
    • tribal ego. During the day he did not really know that he was a man
    • ego-consciousness was diminished even more than by day, but on the
    • men had, it is true, no ego-consciousness, but were clairvoyant. In
    • acquired the individual ego-consciousness that is ours today;
    • spiritual world for ego-consciousness,
    • functions in the fullest sense while ego-consciousness is maintained
    • man, an ego.
    • on the consciousness of becoming an ego grew clearer and clearer and
    • spiritual world and does not feel himself to be an ego, he cannot
    • to be an ego.
    • ego-consciousness, consciousness of manhood, became more and more
    • and consolidate our ego-consciousness. This was not previously
    • possible, for we had first to be endowed with the ego.
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    • more deeply into his ego, with the result that he came to conceive of
    • the Deity as related to human ego-consciousness. In the first
    • World-Ego.
    • the World-Ego, was no longer revealed in the form of a mysterious
    • Moses, the World-Ego as the Deity was experienced in such a way that
    • emanations, deeds of the World-Ego, ultimately of the one World-Ego.
    • World-Ego, grasped for the first time by man himself with the
    • conceived the World-Ego as manifesting in the different kingdoms of
    • Divine World-Ego as Jahve, the World-Ego manifesting in lightning and
    • Whereas the World-Ego streams into Moses from outside, is revealed
    • a revelation of the World-Ego from within — working from within
    • to fathom the nature of the World-Ego, the Undivided Godhead.
    • men have acquired ego-consciousness, after they have come to know the ego
    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness.
    • further step in respect of the development of the Ego when the Comet
    • out the Ego to concepts connected with the physical plane. ... When
    • working alone, might make men superficial and lead out the Ego more
    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness.
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    • astral body. In a certain sense, it encloses the Ego-organisation.
    • body, and Ego-organisation. Knowledge of the Ego, however, entails
    • another, the lives on Earth before that. For the true Ego, present in
    • to a man as in his self-love he is dear to himself. But the true Ego
    • — the Ego that goes through all repeated births and deaths
    • egotistically for momentary knowledge, but in a love that can forget
    • physical existence he lives in self-love. For this Ego of former
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture III: Initiation-Knowledge -- New and Old
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    • members of man's nature, the astral body and the Ego-organisation,
    • where as Ego and astral body we pass the time of sleeping, something
    • organisation and Ego-organisation which in the morning re-enter the
    • experienced as a morning dream. The Ego and the astral body, which
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    • his physical and etheric bodies with his Ego and astral body, he finds
    • active in his being, is the Ego together with the astral body. These
    • former life on Earth to play into a man's soul and spirit, his Ego
    • Ego and astral body into his etheric and physical bodies, a lingering
    • movement to the Ego-organisation which, together with the astral
    • the Ego becomes free in the world to which the astral body carries it
    • Ego lives in a world where the moral law has the same force and power
    • sleep it is set free from laws of nature, the Ego can prepare itself
    • to sleep and waking, the Ego can prepare in picture form, in Imaginations
    • the Ego has gone through the gate of death, moral laws take the place
    • say that the Ego, even as a quite small spiritual seed, works upon what
    • what the Ego works upon in picture form during sleep, are indications
    • ourselves in inward obedience to them. Just as the Ego during sleep
    • worked upon during sleep by the Ego when, freed by the astral body
    • do the dreams show us? I would put it like this. During sleep too the Ego
    • a window into the super-sensible world. Behind this window the Ego is
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    • body and the Ego-organisation.
    • state, his physical and etheric bodies separate from the Ego and
    • bed, while the astral and Ego organisations enter a purely spiritual
    • other, the Ego and the astral organisation.
    • close connection, on the other hand, between the Ego and the astral
    • senses through our Ego, and through the astral body to our nervous
    • experience of this angular quality forms itself in our Ego and our
    • that of the Ego and astral body themselves, and giving it a
    • of this struggle. While a man is dreaming, his Ego
    • egoistically, but that he is placed in the world as a thinking being.
    • a man lives with his Ego and astral organisation outside his physical
    • spirit, as Ego and astral organisation, he is interwoven with
    • the Ego. Hence, during the whole of our existence on Earth, the
    • experiences of the Ego in sleep remain subconscious for
    • and desires which during sleep are experienced by the Ego in
    • sleep-experiences of the Ego lie hidden behind the veil of
    • Ego between going to sleep and waking, we come to one dimension only;
    • trying to make clear to you the world in which our Ego lives during sleep.
    • the Ego during sleep. Inspired cognition shows how the Ego, even
    • this is the experience of the Ego, it remains outside ordinary
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    • sinks away into the Cosmos. He takes with him only what as Ego and
    • but he has no right to do so. Only his Ego and his astral body are
    • the Earth is the dwelling-place of men who, with their Ego and astral
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    • existence, and the astral body and Ego which have gone through the
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XII: The Evolution of the World in Connection with the Evolution of Man
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    • earthly existence — least of all as yet in his Ego. All this is
    • bear continually in your physical, etheric, astral and Ego, as a
    • karma — the past of his own Ego during his lives on
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XIII: The Entry of Man into the Era of Freedom
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    • power to control, with his Ego and astral body, his physical and
    • Ego-consciousness, everything that derives from the deeper forces
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    • Christ in His glory, as the form of the greatest "Ego," as the
    • spiritualized Ego-Self, as the great Teacher of human evolution in
    • embodiment of the Ego.
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    • self-seeking, egoism; and cultivate, on the contrary, a certain
    • self-seeking and egoism bring their own punishment through the fact
    • What occurred there was that the ego of Jesus, in the thirtieth year
    • of his life, abandoned the flesh and another ego entered: the Ego of
    • though not in so mighty a manner as in the case of Christ. The "ego"
    • the ego o does not cease and is not replaced by another, as was true
    • great event. This will be as follows: The old ego passes out and
    • another ego then enters. And this may be such an individuality as
    • Moses, Abraham, Elijah. This ego will then be active for a certain
    • lives in such a way that he continues to live with this ego which
    • of Maitreya Buddha, his “ego" will remain in him but will be
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    • certain concepts that have become merely logical categories
    • categories — good and evil — which are just as
    • necessary, of course, as logical categories. Yet, from what
    • logical or outward human categories only, one ascends to the
    • two main categories of parties, the liberal and conservative,
    • threshold, abstract categories, logical approval or
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    • but the ego itself. The ego, too, is not yet perceived when
    • recognize a special ego sense upon entering into the more
    • sense with which to perceive an “I” or ego. When
    • we penetrate the ego of another person with our perception,
    • world, we can say: Ego sense, sense of thinking, word sense,
    • warmth, hearing, the word sense, the thought and ego senses.
    • ego sense, the intuitions are tinged by the beingness of the
    • molded by the senses. Intuitions appear through the ego sense
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    • wish. Nothing but pure egotism is usually concealed behind
    • biggest of egotists. This is why the first requirement on the
    • egotism. As a rule, fanatical ecstasy is nothing but an
    • alternate form of egotism. It is also particularly important
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    • to speak about an existence of the astral body or the ego
    • imagine that the astral body and ego move into the spiritual
    • and ego find themselves in that part of the spiritual world
    • ego and astral body first penetrate his etheric being and
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    • to eliminate everything to do with the ego and astral body,
    • all the actual inner flexible aspects of the ego are
    • immortality, hence, for an egotistic life after death, they
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    • into consideration that the human being consists of the ego,
    • organism with his ego and astral body, he has no share in the
    • the other hand, having drawn his ego and astral body out of
    • of the spirit world with his ego and astral body. From the
    • ego and astral body into the world which man enters each
    • your ego and astral body.
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    • only such an awareness could overcome the egoistic elements
    • elements are to a large extent founded entirely on egoism. In
    • people's egoistic instincts of immortality and the like. In
    • the traditional religions, the egoistic instincts are
    • religions can bring to man. They reckon with his egoism. And
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    • clairvoyant, it is not his ego that joins his images
    • of establishing a social life, only family egoism. It is what
    • shapes of this specific realm. This acts within our ego. It
    • is quite evident in the case of the ego, for you only think
    • the inanimate. Hence, what is contained in the human ego
    • understands the lifeless. Consequently, our ego dwells in the
    • in the ego. From my various books, however, you are familiar
    • various bodies are worked upon. I have described how the ego,
    • now, the ego works on these forms and develops them, what is
    • one of the domains of the threefold social organism. The ego
    • the ego. What the ego acquires from the mineral realm and in
    •  Ego                     
    • corresponding to the ego. Outside, in the environment,
    • body and ego. For we do not understand man's relationship to
    • body through the plant world, and with the ego through the
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    • body, and what we call the ego. We are also aware, however,
    • and finally also the ego are not really something static.
    • etheric body, astral body and ego. Then, however, he first
    • begins to work on his ego, continuing this work through a
    • number of incarnations. When the ego has been strengthened,
    • the help of the ego and through its own efforts, the astral
    • placed in the same category with the physical body of the
    • Ego:                   
    • in regard to our ego we are related to the mineral world.
    • told you that it is due to the fact that man's ego in its
    • that the human being works on his ego. Throughout his
    • repeated earth lives he develops his ego. He thus transforms
    • expressed what the ego has achieved as work upon itself,
    • find that in the activity of the ego he is dealing with a
    • the following. Everything brought into being because the ego
    • comprehended by means of the ego's self-transformation)
    • domain would not exist at all were the ego not to transform
    • in which we transform our ego. If we survey the content of
    • his astral body in the plant world, with his ego in the
    • with his ego he is grounded in its cultural sphere. Thus, as
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    • kingdom, the astral body toward the plant kingdom and the ego
    • the work which the ego performs upon itself together with
    • than what comes about through the work of the human ego upon
    • dead mineral realm, even though we do so with our ego, which
    • ego
    • what we have evolved as reason for our ego. All this we bring
    • individually in the ego — reason — becomes
    • what lives in our ego as reason. As human beings, we have
    • astral body, and ego. We leave the world again with the
    • etheric body, astral body, and ego. We yield it up to the
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    • element lacking images only unites with the ego. It is
    • predominantly the unfolding of the ego which has blossomed in
    • this merely with my ego; I must work deeper into myself, and
    • ego, where rationality reigns supreme, but also our astral
    • ego, which is the seat of rationality, of
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    • person can have the feeling, springing from an inner egotism
    • with the body! It is really an element of soul egotism that
    • hidden inner soul egotism. Actually, one tells such people
    • faith, if the human soul were not thirsting out of egotism
    • do with the soul's egotism. As a rule, people give little
    • our astral body and ego we enter a spiritual world every time
    • to soul egotism, not to knowledge. The spirit of
    • the egotism of the soul that wishes to cling to a
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    • Heinrich von Ofterdingen 1802 is an allegory of
    • and not eternal, but a creation ‘begotten of
    • Gregory of Nazianzus and Gregory of Nyssa. The second
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    • of death. Ego-consciousness and the forces of death are
    • egoismo? One must probe beneath the surface in order to
    • what his Spirit Self prepares may enter into his ego;
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    • only know man as an ego being when we have this conception of
    • epoch. Then, to the knowledge of the ego will be added a
    • to know one another as ego-beings when they learn to see each
    • higher ego, God, and heaven knows what else will awaken in
    • passively, then the higher mystical ego will manifest itself
    • recommend them to take the easy path to the higher ego rather
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    • and that the Divine Son, i.e. Christ, was begotten of the
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    • egoism. Our age is destined to make it fully clear to man to
    • To overcome egoism, we must first have probed and realized
    • all the sources of egoism that are there in human nature.
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    • Egoism. For egoism cannot but prevail in the social (I say
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    • allegorically and blames me as he finds it particularly
    • places as allegoric figures. The earth spirit — truly
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    • principle of ethics is Kant's so-called categorical
    • Kant himself puts forward clearly shows his categorical
    • go a long way in satisfying egoistical longings, gratifying
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    • to place ancient traditions in the service of British egoism.
    • by a spirit which acts in accordance with the egoism of a
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    • to a greater or lesser degree of egoism. Man's task cannot
    • mentioned before the remarkable fact that, for egoistical
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    • beyond his own Self and develop his higher Ego.
    • of Nifelheim are the bearers of the Ego consciousness. Richard
    • the bearer of egoism, who belongs to the dwarf-race of the Nibelungs
    • The Ego, gold, wisdom, come forth out of the soul. The Rhine is the
    • Ego consciousness.
    • Ego-consciousness, and he characterised it profoundly in the first
    • E flat major chords of Rhinegold. This streams and weaves
    • musically throughout Wagner's Rhinegold. Wagner's themes were
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    • the Rhine. The Ego, or egoism coming out of Atlantis is
    • ever since he has become an Ego. The creative Godhead still contains
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    • which gave birth to egoism, to a love which is selfish, now gives birth
    • For this reason, those who increase the forces of egoism, who tread
    • lived, to begin with, a life of the senses, his Ego is born out of
    • his race. This “Ego” begins to all as soon as it begins
    • to the Ego of the Christ. The lower female element in the human soul
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    • of egoism. You know how often, when the highest spiritual
    • simply to banish any egoistic sentimentality from it. A
    • motive of egoistic sentimentality.
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    • it will be for the human soul when the ego experiences the
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    • Ego, as it was between the last death and the
    • Angel, or simply their own Ego in the time between the last
    • indeed for their own ego, whether embodied or not.
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    • his real ego, his true human self. But for certain
    • centre.” We speak of our Ego and we have the idea:
    • “Our Ego was there in our childhood, and accompanied us
    • reconstruction — we could not help regarding the Ego as
    • would look upon our Ego not as something abstract, but would
    • mobile, living, inward entity is the ego, which works on us
    • identify himself with his living, active, ego, which actually
    • be solid and enduring, and on the other at his ego, which he
    • looks at this insubstantial ego and says: There, within,
    • he sums it up as the “categorical imperative.” The
    • ego and do not trouble about what the whole undivided human
    • incarnation to incarnation. The true, genuine human ego,
    • the abstraction, “ego,” not of the concrete human
    • ego, we cannot arrive at the idea of the ego being so
    • body, or the real, whole activity of his ego, he does not see
    • conceived of as being dense. The other is the abstract ego,
    • our ego as it is in reality, as it works upon the
    • often), to the true human ego. If we consider St. Paul's
    • me” refers to the true, hidden ego, invisible to view
    • then, as you know, the complete human ego lived differently
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    • Mind-Soul; here in Mid-Europe the Ego; and in Eastern Europe
    • a tragedy, we see that the Ego dwells within it. The whole of
    • is disclosed from the super-sensible world. The Ego of man is
    • inasmuch as he is connected through the Ego with the
    • individuals — as the Ego invariably does — and is
    • relationship of this Ego to the Spiritual does exist. It is
    • so-called “sacred egoism”of the Italian people
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    • thought thus acquired are begotten social and political
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    • enhanced egoism. Karmic adjustment between death and a new birth.
    • man's astral body and Ego. Initiation-vision in cult and
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    • kind of tendency for the Ego and astral body to flee from the
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego. And in Conrad
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    • Catholic mission sent by Pope Gregory. There we have the second
    • Gregory.
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    • these things, he will very quickly discover that his egoism has not
    • which anyone is quite well able to observe in himself. His egoism
    • kind of egoism; a man tends to attach far greater importance to
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    • and the astral body is outside. We will leave aside the ego. There
    • quite differently-constituted personality in the same ego in a
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    • deal happens to the soul, to the astral body and ego, only man knows
    • human being were able to unfold in his ego and astral body the degree
    • Action, Suffering. He called them the ‘Categories’. They
    • who have accepted the ten Categories to-day: Being, Quantity,
    • Suffering — these men know as little to what these Categories
    • something about this permutation of the categories of logic, of the
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    • through Inspiration is possible only when with his ego and astral
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    • and his ego, outside his physical and etheric bodies. With his ego
    • body, within that the astral body, and within that again, the ego,
    • What happens to the astral body and the ego? The astral body and the
    • ego go out through the head and, in
    • outside. Thus, leaving aside the ego, we can say: At the moment of
    • The ego, which
    • in from the opposite side. So too, the ego, only now the ego does not
    • and as we do so the astral body and the ego stream into us through
    • out again. You will realise from this that the ego and astral body
    • (and here I include the ego as well) as far as the wrists above and
    • proceed. — On falling asleep, our ego and astral body pass out
    • them lives a human ego. And did these memories not exist
    • — I have spoken of this previously — then the human ego
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    • bed, and our astral body and ego outside, then out in the cosmos we
    • namely, the ego-organisation and astral body. And as we gaze at what
    • with the astral body and ego. And in his morning memory the Initiate
    • till the time of waking in my ego and astral body. I have felt myself
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    • ego-organisation. And what would have been happening up to the
    • astral body or the ego-organisation.
    • body and an ego-organisation which might still have been living on
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    • “I” or ego, we all bear within us,below the
    • evil in man, the human I, the human egoity, must be forged.
    • This human egoity cannot live beyond the sphere of the human
    • to cultivate the egoity, everything is founded on fear. With
    • us, who had to suppress the ego, everything was founded on
    • lymph, that is saturated by egoity forged in the inner source
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    • said yesterday, if this hardening of the I, if this egoity,
    • cultivation of egoity, we pour into this source of
    • evil from his egoity. Hence the Jupiter existence will be a
    • what arises with the cultivation of egoity as the anti-moral.
    • vision. They beheld that world in which egoity cannot hold
    • world every time we go to sleep. There the egoity is dimmed,
    • the dispersing of the egoity.
    • cultivated his egoity, has cultivated all that we have
    • egoity under the influences I described yesterday.
    • something that is not mere allegory or symbol but actual
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    • new distributions of categories, of these overall
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    • this inclination is always egotistical. It always wants to
    • egotistical voluptuousness. And all the talk about the
    • much rather enjoy the egotistical voluptuousness of soulful reveling
    • true anthroposophy. It is mere egotism of soul when this true
    • is egotistical through and through.
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    • this inclination is always egotistical. It always wants to
    • egotistical voluptuousness. And all the talk about the
    • much rather enjoy the egotistical voluptuousness of soulful reveling
    • true anthroposophy. It is mere egotism of soul when this true
    • is egotistical through and through.
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    • especially at the development of Ego-consciousness. All
    • Ego-development to the ever-growing elaboration of the
    • not lay so much stress on the Ego. Even in language for the
    • the Ego is not yet so prominent. The way in which they take
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    • for sin indre egoistiske smerte eller glede, lyst og nydelse.
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    • and our Ego emerge from the etheric body and the physical body. If we now
    • and the Ego are outside, he believes that there is nothing within him
    • [i.e., 1879 years after the birth of Ego-consciousness
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place, Ego-consciousness
    • The birth of Ego-consciousness is a fact of international
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
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    • and our Ego emerge from the etheric body and the physical body. If we now
    • and the Ego are outside, he believes that there is nothing within him
    • [i.e., 1879 years after the birth of Ego-consciousness
    • the Mystery of Golgotha took place, Ego-consciousness
    • The birth of Ego-consciousness is a fact of international
    • was to express in the Calendar the objective fact of the birth of the Ego.
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    • being, the astral body and ego, actually draw themselves out of the
    • resistance, he again feels his ego, his self-consciousness.
    • in the human being tends toward a self-conscious ego, so it is also
    • directed toward our ego. Similarly, everything the plants mediate
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • human being has his ego, so the earth has its self-conscious ego.
    • consider them in interaction with the self-conscious ego of the
    • the earth rests in its own ego, closed off within itself, retaining
    • plants on the one hand pertain to the ego of the earth and on the
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    • being, the astral body and ego, actually draw themselves out of the
    • resistance, he again feels his ego, his self-consciousness.
    • in the human being tends toward a self-conscious ego, so it is also
    • directed toward our ego. Similarly, everything the plants mediate
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • human being has his ego, so the earth has its self-conscious ego.
    • consider them in interaction with the self-conscious ego of the
    • the earth rests in its own ego, closed off within itself, retaining
    • plants on the one hand pertain to the ego of the earth and on the
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    • beings, even into the ego-men; but the individual human
    • beings, the ego-men, did not receive Him.
    • teaching of the only begotten Son of the Father, full of
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    • principle of man is the ego. The word “I” can
    • God is expressing Himself in him. In respect of the ego, the
    • ego which belongs to a being living in the astral world. All
    • lions, all elephants, etc., have a group-ego in common; thus
    • there is a lion group-ego, an elephant group-ego, and so
    • wished to point to their ego they would have to point to a
    • common ego in the centre of the earth, in the lower spiritual
    • for the ego of the minerals, we should not find it in a being
    • forming a centre in the spirit world, for the ego of the
    • Christian occult doctrine the world in which the egos of the
    • the egos of the plants — the lower spiritual world
    • teaching the world of the mineral egos — the higher
    • The ego works
    • worked upon by the ego and transformed. This transformed part
    • But the ego can
    • the etheric body which has been transformed by the ego is
    • ego is called Spirit Man or Atma. The force for the
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    • that time did not yet process an ego; he might be compared to
    • receiving an ego, for this astral body formed itself into an
    • ego-bearer. On the other hand, the Spirit had so far
    • condensed that it could, as ego, fertilise the lower
    • Ego (“I”)
    • Ego-bearer
    • receiving the drop of the ego. Jehovah formed the human body
    • He who sent the Egos to the Earth, is called in the occult
    • teaching: “Christ.” But the Egos, as parts of the
    • astral body, and ego, although the fourth, the youngest
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    • bearer of the ego, inclined towards the Spirit Self, Life
    • physical body; then the fertilising Ego could gradually be
    • into the physical vehicle of the Ego.
    • beginning each human individual did not possess his own Ego.
    • The same Jehovah-force, the Ego-force, the same Ego worked in
    • had a common Ego. The individual was related to the whole
    • to be part of the family or tribe; and the same Ego lived on
    • were living at the same time; the common Ego was felt as long
    • to the same tribe intermarried. Therefore the Ego was not
    • grandchild and great-grandchild felt within them the some Ego
    • the name of a single individual but of the common Ego which
    • Jehovah made the blood, into the physical vehicle of the Ego.
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    • consciousness of the Ego developed in the distant past whole
    • groups and generations of human beings had one Ego in common.
    • patriarchs. Gradually this feeling of the Ego became limited
    • work of the Ego upon the astral body the latter is
    • soul. In the same way the Ego works upon the etheric body,
    • God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom
    • begotten of the Father), full of grace and truth.” It
    • body to the Spirit Self so simply. The Ego transforms the
    • intellectual soul and spiritual soul. The Ego goes on working
    • world; men walk the Earth with their Ego. But the egos of the
    • possesses an ego-consciousness in common. There is, however,
    • in the astral world, not only the ego of the animal, but also
    • the ego of the body which man has in common with the animals,
    • the ego of the human astral body. In the Lower Spirit World
    • we find the ego of the plants and also the ego of the body
    • man possesses in common with the plants, the ego of the
    • World, we there find the ego of the minerals and the ego of
    • the ego of the physical body. Thus through our physical body
    • in the physical world with our individual Ego only. When, in
    • the case of an initiate, the ego of the astral body is
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    • period when the Ego first shone out in the personality, man
    • the ego became enclosed within the human personality the more
    • comprehend that the entrance of the Ego produced a mighty
    • began to describe it as his Ego. Towards the end of the
    • Ego into the human personality in the Saga of the
    • Niebelungen. In that saga the Ego is represented by the
    • Nibelungen. The Ego, which had hitherto been distributed over
    • have characterised the Ego awakened to consciousness, by the
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    • ego-consciousness that was quite different from the one we
    • a single human being, but an ego-consciousness that embraced
    • not an independent ego; there is one that flows down from
    • sap of Abraham, the common ego of the Hebrew people, flows
    • whole line of his ancestry, and this ego consciousness which
    • consciousness. When he called upon the ego as God, he called
    • out, the people were reminded that a common ego which began
    • divine ego-consciousness; the other feels in himself
    • far as to Adam, you see the ego-consciousness flow through
    • red blood, it was not until the ego sank into the body of Man
    • the time of Paradise, when the first dawn of the ego appeared
    • individual ego could arise. The legend of Paradise says that
    • knowledge had to be bought at a price. The ego-consciousness
    • ego-consciousness. In the soul of man will be developed the
    • two trees. Man only feels the ego by bearing about within him
    • being. The ego lived even in Adam, but it had first to be
    • Man. When, therefore, the ego of man works on the astral
    • the fact that in each human being there is an individual ego,
    • that in this ego there is a spark of divine substance, and that
    • be united into a great bond of brotherhood, and ego will
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    • everything which constitutes our Ego separates from us and that
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    • everything which constitutes our Ego separates from us and that
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    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • from above. The Ego and the astral body really sleep in the metal
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • the Ego and the astral body become to a certain extent
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • astral body and his Ego on the other, are separated; but there
    • physical and etheric body and the Ego organization and astral
    • faint interruption between the Ego and astral body on the one
    • arises through pathological conditions, when the Ego is in a more
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    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • from above. The Ego and the astral body really sleep in the metal
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • the Ego and the astral body become to a certain extent
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • astral body and his Ego on the other, are separated; but there
    • physical and etheric body and the Ego organization and astral
    • faint interruption between the Ego and astral body on the one
    • arises through pathological conditions, when the Ego is in a more
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    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • think that this would lead us too far into the egoistic sphere!
    • which he acquired a feeling of Ego consciousness and the
    • strong earthly Ego consciousness, to a strong earthly experience
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • reach this Ego consciousness, this experience of freedom, and it
    • think that this would lead us too far into the egoistic sphere!
    • which he acquired a feeling of Ego consciousness and the
    • strong earthly Ego consciousness, to a strong earthly experience
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • loneliness, which alone enables us to maintain our Ego in this
    • if loneliness would not give us this Ego-feeling in the spiritual
    • gives us our Ego feeling here on earth. To this loneliness we owe
    • the maintenance of the Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn
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    • if loneliness would not give us this Ego-feeling in the spiritual
    • gives us our Ego feeling here on earth. To this loneliness we owe
    • the maintenance of the Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn
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    • of the mineral world. This Ego-consciousness of the mineral
    • the Ego are lifted out; but when the astral body and the
    • part, the Ego, we shall learn to know next time. The Ego is
    • lies in the astral world. Man's fourth member, the Ego,
    • with the animal. He alone has an Ego, and this raises him
    • that is to say, our Ego, lives in these sheaths, together
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    • capacity for transmitting the knowledge that One is an EGO.
    • being. Through the Ego, and from this centre, man works upon
    • in his astral body. He has an Ego, but this Ego still lives
    • body through his Ego. The modern average European has
    • entirely transformed by his Ego, there is nothing left in
    • the Ego.
    • being. We may then say: The Ego contains the seed for the
    • his etheric body, so that the Ego also becomes the sovereign
    • consciously, through the Ego, if we bear in mind how little
    • together with the Ego.
    • Ego takes this essence along with it; it is an imperishable
    • astral body which man, that is to say, the Ego, has not yet
    • Ego has united itself with that which it has gained from the
    • possesses the very qualities which the Ego has discarded.
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    • talents and capacities, the Ego once more feels attracted
    • earth in a physical incarnation. First of all the Ego
    • place through the fact that Ego attracts everything astral;
    • forms, so the Ego attracts the astral substance. But while
    • passing through the soul and spirit realms the Ego has gained
    • astral body, the Ego, Manas, Budhi, Atma, and a still higher
    • the Ego, which possesses more volitional forces, feels more
    • mother. The father has a greater influence upon the Ego, the
    • he is born again. And in every incarnation one Ego works upon
    • The Ego can
    • these errors of the Ego (which is our own Self). To these
    • errors belong all the aberrations of selfishness and egoism.
    • The Ego can
    • egoism into altruism, every form of selfishness to
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    • the Ego.
    • a new incarnation the following arises: the Ego descends from
    • the Ego must attract all those astral qualities corresponding
    • individuality about to incarnate, which has enveloped its Ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego. These
    • body and the Ego permeate it, and because they all cooperated
    • Ego.
    • blood system which is, built up by the Ego.
    • the middle of the horizon. And through the Ego, I also stand
    • etheric body, astral body, Ego, Spirit-Self, Life Spirit,
    • phase, and the Ego entered the human being only during the
    • for it was prepared upon the ancient Moon, and the Ego is the
    • in the third place. The Ego is the youngest of the members,
    • added, and the Ego was only added during our present Earth
    • the astral body two and the Ego one phase of development. The
    • and Earth body for the Ego, which is the real earthly
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    • Their lowest member was the Ego, even as to-day our lowest
    • consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego,
    • consisted of Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man; of
    • body the feeling of independence, of Ego-consciousness, and
    • of Ego-feeling. You could not use your eye in the service of
    • the Ego had your eye's foundation not been prepared at that
    • service of the Ego. These members were therefore prepared by
    • the Spirits of the Ego, also
    • named the Spirits of Egoism. They gave us the wisest thing of
    • these Spirits of Egoism implanted in him the Ego-feeling.
    • Ego into man and who are now upon a stage of development
    • look up as the highest of all, gave their Ego as an offering
    • the development of their Ego in a selfish manner.
    • influences of the Spirits of the Ego who followed the good
    • the Spirit of all the evil Egos and of everything which is
    • astral body, then comes the Ego, the Spirit-Self, the
    • the Ego Spirits reached the human stage during the
    • etheric body, their second one the astral body, then the Ego,
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    • this fourth member was the Ego.
    • absorb the Ego. During the Sun repetition the etheric body
    • bearer of an Ego, and during the Moon repetition the astral
    • body underwent a change enabling it to take in the Ego. These
    • take in the Ego.
    • Atlanteans began to notice that they were Egos. The Ego
    • Atlantean even had a certain feeling for the Ego, but only
    • say clearly: “I am an Ego.” This is connected
    • an Ego, to calculate, combine, etc. In the case of idiots,
    • have a definite experience of his Ego,he said “that am
    • Consequently egoism, which later on constituted the
    • Man's Ego-consciousness emerged more and more, and with it,
    • human egoism. Man once lived far more in the external world
    • Ego-consciousness, the world around him became narrower and
    • little and the Ego emerged more and more.
    • confined within his own self, within his Ego.
    • which frees the Ego, bringing about the fact that we no
    • Nature”. Among the Atlanteans the Ego was still
    • sharp not the point where the Ego enters humanity? But even
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture XI: Progressive Development Through the Different Cycles of Culture
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    • was not possible to speak of an Ego foundation. In regard to
    • has his own soul, his individual Ego.
    • which now lives in us as our Ego already existed in those
    • thus became capable of taking in the Ego; for without red,
    • warm blood a body cannot be the bearer of an Ego. This is
    • an Ego-being.
    • Ego-feeling, a first foundation of such a feeling, developed
    • surprised. Because it was still soft, the Ego could exercise
    • incorporation of the Ego, the human being was split into two
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    • were individual egos when they said “I”, their
    • the individual who descended from Adam felt that his Ego was
    • Ego-nature expressed itself in the red blood. As long as the
    • blood was a common element shared by many, the Ego too was a
    • common Ego. We see this in the Jews, where a whole nation was
    • that the power of the Ego, the power of selfishness would
    • Golgotha, could not have been fulfilled by any human Ego;
    • such as we have it. Such a deed called for an Ego which had
    • the blood an expression of the Ego. I have shown you that if
    • have led to a greater form of egoism; the Ego would more and
    • more have increased man's selfishness and egoism. The
    • To each man He came, even to the Ego-men, but these
    • individual men, these Ego-men, received Him not.
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    • of the Ego. That the human being no longer possesses that
    • the blue bl00d. Man, as the bearer of an Ego, could not exist
    • to have an Ego, and that is how our modern knowledge arises;
    • astral body, and Ego, and we have seen that when the Ego
    • has therefore been predisposed through his Ego for the
    • seeds and the first Ego-man, Adam, let these seeds grow into
    • incarnation. During your first incarnation your Ego was upon
    • prepare, even to-day, a condition in which the Ego acquires
    • science offers us this remedy. We are egoists if we reject
    • The Xmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
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    • the aura, of the astral and Ego nature. And when men became aware of
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    • His Ego and His Spirit-Self to the earth — the Christ was
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    • the animal world forms the third category, which erects
    • interwoven with what man calls his ego! In how many countless
    • cases the ego feels itself struck by destiny! Why? Because
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    • already psychic; and the actual ego.
    • consciousness we speak of our ego. But in reality we can only
    • speak of this ego in a very unreal sense as far as our usual
    • nature and being of this ego? The usual waking consciousness
    • down consciously into the true being of the ego, he will find
    • that the true ego of man is of a will-like nature. What man
    • the ego. This is why it is so easy for the scientific
    • psychologists to do away entirely with this ego although, on
    • psychologists say that the ego develops gradually and that
    • the human being acquires this ego in the course of his
    • ego itself, but only the idea of the ego. It is easy to
    • eliminate the ego, because for the everyday consciousness it
    • is merely a thought, a reflection of the true, genuine ego.
    • The real ego lives in the world in which the true reality of
    • dive down with our ego and our astral body into the same
    • clairvoyantly into our true ego, we are also among the egos
    • of the dead, as well as among the egos of the so-called
    • body, and the ego.
    • quite fantastic to think that your ego, for instance, is 35
    • slowest of all, the ego. The etheric body is only 5 years and
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    • physical, etheric, and astral body and ego (roughly speaking)
    • 14; and as far as the ego is concerned only 7 years old.
    • human being. The ego lives in him, for instance (without
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 7: The Inadequacy of Natural Science for the Knowledge of the Life of the Soul
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    • the eye of the soul upon what we call the human Ego. But just
    • this reality of the Ego. I will give an illustration.
    • “Physiological Psychology.” On page 205 the Ego
    • indicate the real Ego, he merely speaks of the Ego-concept.
    • We know that this is only a mirror-picture of the real Ego.
    • — speaks about the Ego. Ziehen says:
    • the Ego-concept which is expressed in the small word
    • render in thoughts the content of his so-called Ego-concept.
    • Ego-concept. Let us now see what the distinguished scholar
    • about our Ego.
    • to encompass our Ego in the form of concept.
    • to yourself how extremely complex this Ego-concept is.
    • of the Ego-concept to a relative simplicity by placing his
    • own Ego as the subject of his feelings, thoughts and
    • movements, against the outer objects and other Egos. Of
    • Ego-concept has also its deeper scientific and
    • this simple Ego is only a theoretical fiction.
    • “this simple Ego” is only a “theoretical
    • Ego of man, the Ego which indeed belongs to the will-nature
    • We can say that the reality of our Ego and of our astral body
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    • of the Ego. Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • know that the highest member of human nature is the Ego. We learn to
    • into relation with the Ego from the time to which in later years
    • books upon Spiritual Science. Up to that time the Ego worked
    • relation to our Ego. The Ego is present in our childhood, it works
    • becomes an instrument capable of consciously grasping the Ego. A deep
    • mystery is connected with this entry of the Ego into the human bodily
    • since his birth. The Ego takes no part in this evolution of the
    • grasp, that the Ego, from the time to which our memory carries us
    • back to us our experiences. The Ego does not share our Earth journey.
    • our Ego again and take it on our further journey. Thus the Ego
    • But this is actually the case. The Ego remains stationary, because it
    • spiritual world. There the Ego remains; it remains practically in the
    • form in which it was bestowed on us by the Spirits of Form. The Ego
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • implies that as regards our Ego we remain in a certain respect behind
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
    • union with the Earth-Ego. For the Earth-Ego is the Christ. In this
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    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • know that the highest member of human nature is the Ego. We learn to
    • into relation with the Ego from the time to which in later years
    • books upon Spiritual Science. Up to that time the Ego worked
    • relation to our Ego. The Ego is present in our childhood, it works
    • becomes an instrument capable of consciously grasping the Ego. A deep
    • mystery is connected with this entry of the Ego into the human bodily
    • since his birth. The Ego takes no part in this evolution of the
    • grasp, that the Ego, from the time to which our memory carries us
    • back to us our experiences. The Ego does not share our Earth journey.
    • our Ego again and take it on our further journey. Thus the Ego
    • But this is actually the case. The Ego remains stationary, because it
    • spiritual world. There the Ego remains; it remains practically in the
    • form in which it was bestowed on us by the Spirits of Form. The Ego
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • implies that as regards our Ego we remain in a certain respect behind
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
    • union with the Earth-Ego. For the Earth-Ego is the Christ. In this
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    • of the Ego. Contained in Volume No. 157a and 165 of the Complete
    • Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • of Malchut and the Kingdoms of Heaven. The nature of the Ego in
    • Initiation of the Ego. The Gospels are the books of the
    • gradual endowment of the human ego-forces with the knowledge of
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    • being; in his ego; he was conscious of it in the blood that
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    • astral body and ego of man are outside his physical and
    • and ego begin to expand over the whole solar system; they
    • system the man draws into his astral body and ego during
    • of himself, of his ego-hood became clearer, his perception of
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    • of the Ego of Jesus of Nazareth lives the Spirit of the whole
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    • composed of the astral body and ego, leaves it. Man is made
    • astral body and ego in the other two members; when asleep he
    • and an etheric body, but also an astral body and ego.
    • be done to prepare a suitable astral body and ego. For such a
    • Matthew; the astral body and ego were prepared in another
    • appropriate astral-body and bearer of the ego.
    • of the Matthew gospel. The astral body and ego had also to be
    • and ego-nature of man is contained within the nebulous
    • sleep when with his astral body and ego he goes forth from
    • astral body and ego, without the aid of the physical and
    • body and ego, is confronted by a great danger. Like a man
    • to be passed through by the astral body and ego. All this is
    • body and ego in this way through eleven times seven stages,
    • wished to descend and assume a human ego, it would likewise
    • that prepared a human astral body and ego to be the bearer of
    • for whom the astral body and ego were
    • ego, the number must be eleven times seven. Such is the
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    • Divine Force was also to permeate the astral body and ego of
    • the astral body and ego of the Nathan Jesus we must go back
    • existence, he who descended into the ego and astral body of
    • lasted longer and one name signifies that which, like an ego,
    • his astral body and ego free of his body. He can then expand
    • body and ego of the Nathan Jesus. In the Nathan Jesus it is
    • permeated and impregnated the astral body and ego of the
    • whose astral body and ego-bearer had been specially
    • uniquely prepared astral body and ego of the Jesus of the
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    • the withdrawal of the astral body and ego from the physical
    • astral nature and the ego on expanding into the more
    • ego-consciousness. The ego enters the world of the physical
    • being is then opened, he is united to all the egoistic wishes
    • ego, and concentrated into one point, by desiring to be
    • nothing else than an ego — this is what renders man
    • of his ego.
    • inner penetration by the ego. Up till then no human ego had
    • Ego. This was only possible through the Christ. Only
    • special astral body and ego-bearer belonging to the Nathan
    • ‘Thou are my well-beloved Son, this day I have begotten
    • ego lived through before our eyes, and we can say This
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    • of Malchut and the Kingdoms of Heaven. The nature of the Ego in
    • knowledge of his true inner being, his own ego-nature, and of
    • egoism was then aroused in him so that he said: ‘I will
    • summon all my powers, all my egoistic passions and emotions,
    • egoistic inner being.’ Descent into a man's own
    • inner being brings with it the danger of excessive egoism. It
    • egoism become apparent in people which they do not as a rule
    • recognize to be egoism. They believe it to be anything rather
    • than egoism. There are many who would fain see into the
    • of egoism. They fail to realize that the dissatisfaction felt
    • evidence of the bitterest and most marked egoism. They ought
    • moment in life, a distinct ego-feeling dawns in our everyday
    • it would find not an individual ego, but a group ego. In the
    • old initiations this ego-feeling was, to a certain extent,
    • egoism, passions, all that tends to separate man from man in
    • the external world, are connected with the ego-feeling. To
    • excessive strength, suppression of the ego-feeling was
    • the ego-feeling occurred. More and more effort had to be
    • maintaining full consciousness of the ego
    • the ego-consciousness he had in waking life. The ancient
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    • The Initiation of the Ego. The Gospels are the books of the
    • of the ego. Human development, however, was destined to
    • it would be able to retain full ego-consciousness on entering
    • to the future, for ego-consciousness at the present day is
    • experienced with the ego-consciousness reduced to something
    • awakening of egoism, the desire to be independent of the
    • of an Ego-Being, of the symbolic or even actual-symbolic acts
    • his lower nature, his egotistical Pan-nature.
    • allegorical tale, and the Gospels are compiled out of such
    • an Ego-Being in full ego-consciousness!’ We
    • into the ego. What was essentially new was this: What
    • human ego, and through man receiving other beings into
    • ego-consciousness! This fact is stressed again and again.
    • now come to those who experience in themselves the ego-being
    • that stress was laid on the fact that the ego could now
    • enter their ego. The Father-Source of Existence had only been
    • attainable with a suppressed Ego. Had it been necessary for
    • very depths of man's ego-nature, and be willed there
    • Heavenly Kingdom was to come down to earth where the ego
    • imply its taking hold of the ego.
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    • The gradual endowment of the human ego-forces with the knowledge
    • equipment of the human ego with those forces and capacities
    • past, when the ego was to a certain extent suppressed. In all
    • times, this could not be done while within the ego or while
    • the nature of the ego remained as it was on the physical
    • perceived by means of the ego; another, in which the ego is
    • ego-consciousness to experience the higher worlds. It was,
    • condition of soul was to arise, a condition in which the ego
    • formerly through suppression of the ego. If formerly men
    • felt: ‘When my ego was darkened I could enter the
    • He Himself Who had raised the ego-consciousness to a higher
    • to appeal to your own ego, but henceforth, through My gift,
    • through the power of your own inner being, of your own ego,
    • ego-consciousness, can touch certain psycho-spiritual forces
    • through a suppressed ego-consciousness induced in the
    • ego-consciousness.’
    • heal by the impulse of His own ego; by such means healings
    • ego-consciousness in the Mysteries. But the writer of the
    • ego.’ Not yet, but in the distant future, this
    • it, man withdraws his astral body and ego from his physical
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    • to develop full ego-consciousness — that what lies
    • while retaining their ego-consciousness, the only state of
    • impossible of attainment through ego-consciousness had now
    • through the powers of your own individual ego, for:
    • help of the old clairvoyance, for you will develop your ego
    • spirit-world. But to do this your ego must gain more and more
    • nature, to an understanding of that ego-nature of which He
    • he may gain his ego-consciousness, that which brings with it
    • within us physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego;
    • what man would be able to attain to through his ego. When
    • was to arise out of the conscious ego that would separate man
    • humanity will be made or harmonized by the conscious ego.
    • on the basis of their ego-nature. What happened in this
    • physical and etheric bodies, while his astral body and ego
    • standpoint of the ego — the ‘I.’ In none
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    • astral garment or a bearer of the ego suited to that
    • occurred when the ego-entity, forsaking the body of the
    • come, when the astral body and ego-bearer had been so far
    • astral-body and the bearer of the ego.
    • astral body and ego-bearer of the Nathan Jesus, but to that
    • bearer of the ego. What Christ Jesus experienced as a
    • ego-bearer. All tenderness and compassion come from the
    • beginning: to the astral body and ego-bearer. Therefore he
    • who describes to us the ego-being. But Matthew, who
    • exhorts us, here where as men we experience the ego of which
  • Title: Life Gifts: Lecture II: The Relativity of Knowledge, and Spiritual Cosmology
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    • body and the ego come into connection with the outer
    • order to open the door for the Ego to come out, so does
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    • our Ego-consciousness here in physical life and this
    • corpse and the Ego-consciousness are connected in a certain
    • respect. I say the Ego-consciousness: not of course the real,
    • true Ego, for that passes of course through the portal of
    • the Ego — for he has no consciousness of the Ego, only
    • the external picture of the collective Ego-consciousness; for
    • in truth our Ego-consciousness belongs to the Universe into
    • Ego-consciousness always dwells. This is already a very
    • Ego-consciousness and its external image, the particles of
    • Ego. But what is more important is that these forces show him
    • through the Ego.” Among the senses through which Eduard
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    • like a touch of Ego-consciousness appears in the animal at
    • Ego-consciousness, which runs through the whole life of man,
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    • sensational, the strength and energy of the human Ego is
    • are aware on the one hand of our Ego from the last
    • objects step into the space of the Ego, which otherwise we
    • interwoven with an inclination to perceive our former Ego and
    • then again, to perceive the former Ego and then again the
    • our power, to perceive the Ego of our last incarnation. It
    • object which now stands before us and the Ego from our last
    • weaker; for in so doing we weaken our Ego from the past
    • the human nature appears, and the Ego becomes weaker.
    • death and birth, that is to say, our Ego. The search for
    • the Ego, and it rests fundamentally on the fact that we do
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    • all that threatens to keep your soul within the bonds of egoism, shun
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    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • his inner being a striving towards a higher Ego. And according to
    • every true thinker, this higher Ego is there, deeply concealed in all
    • this Isis-power, whereby he reaches the true Ego and realises that it
    • spiritual home of the Ego. This, then, was the teaching of ancient
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • the first place, how the blood, the physical instrument of the Ego,
    • and the instrument of the Ego is the blood. If a man would descend
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    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • his inner being a striving towards a higher Ego. And according to
    • every true thinker, this higher Ego is there, deeply concealed in all
    • this Isis-power, whereby he reaches the true Ego and realises that it
    • spiritual home of the Ego. This, then, was the teaching of ancient
    • understands his physical nature — the expression of his Ego. He
    • the first place, how the blood, the physical instrument of the Ego,
    • and the instrument of the Ego is the blood. If a man would descend
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    • progress, whereas low, egotistical thoughts are the basis for
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    • The ego
    • they mainly work on the ego and are grasped by the ego. This
    • both the astral body and the ego. This wouldn't be possible
    • only through the ego. He must use the knowledge that he's
    • acquired in the ego through theosophical teachings to ennoble his
    • through his ego? We received a physical body on Saturn. The etheric
    • condition whereas the newest and youngest part, the ego, is in the
    • Saturn condition. The ego is the Saturn in us, and that's why
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    • that a man can control them very well with his ego if they stay in
    • ego can get under the control of this quality. This isn't very
    • esoteric must try to combat them with his ordinary ego For if he lets
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    • sleep, while the ego and astral body go into the spiritual
    • pupil didn't lose his ego; they poured the whole power of their
    • pure egos into him. That's how much power was necessary to
    • against such interventions in his ego and against being treated like
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Oslo, 6-18-10
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    • of love. This meditation is a slow dying of the lower ego. And we
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    • spheres at night with our astral body and ego, from which we bring down
    • have banal, everyday, egotistical thoughts right away For if we do,
    • because we couldn't live for a minute while our ego and astral
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    • from our own ego that's surged through be a sea of passions an
    • phenomena are nothing spiritual, we must let our ego go and as it
    • lower ego that identifies itself with the body become just as dark
    • and dead as the cross's wood. Then the higher, spiritual ego
    • is that we can't be unegoistical. We are never ever unegoistical. And even
    • It's world karma that lets us act egoistically World karma is
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    • egos would have remained in spiritual regions, and our bodies on the
    • it's only through such resistance that the ego becomes fully
    • egoism only arises through Lucifer and Ahriman. It must live in us
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    • quickly getting to know how untenable egoism and fear are and at
    • putting them aside. One can't judge what egoism really is
    • ego was then as it were, sucked up by the macrocosm, and it saw that
    • remain behind in the physical body. The ego lays a peculiar role
    • sensualist. If the ego was united with the higher parts, it would
    • they are when the ego is in the lower ones. Because the higher bodies
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Stuttgart, 1-2-11
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    • egoism. We often imagine that we're doing something selflessly,
    • always egoism. Such feelings always become manifest together with a
    • almost always be ascribed to the egoism that often sits unrecognized
    • harmful effect on the ego, from there on the astral body, then on the
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    • I'm an egoist.
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    • our talents that correspond to the astral body, and from our ego that
    • egotism, so that we turn away from everything that surrounds us and
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    • conquer Lucifer by filling our ego completely with the
    • meditation's content. Lucifer can't get into the ego,
    • mighty beings; but it'll be like a burning of these egos in
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    • the fire of your own ego.
    • of this is attached to our lower, perishable ego This whole desire
    • entirely of egoism. And we can only overcome this egoism in deep humility.
    • Which thought can lead us to an over-coming of egoism? The thought
    • egoism, through our life of desires, etc., we should let Christ live
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    • must change. Let's take men's egoism — it's
    • eve. Therefore we must first go through egotism in soul and spiritual
    • things. An esoteric is in danger of increasing his egoism here, and
    • to be unegoistical.
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    • exceptions that these exercises also make one egotistical. That's why one
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    • me — with a certain egotistical feeling, one just cultivates
    • principle frees our personality from egoism and leads to the
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    • ego is working in it, it radiates. New threads and knowledge are
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    • badness shouldn't depress us. That would be crass egotism, for
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    • him the way he is now, and so his ego can control the connection
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    • our personal ego should be excluded completely. We should grasp the
    • its divine light in our thoughts quite objectively. Our ego
    • in pure rays of light, the moral impulse that suppresses the ego in
    • The egotistical principle
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    • to a certain extent, and this is not just egoism. Someone who always
    • it's egotistical to go into solitude simply feels the need to
    • help can really come from egoism, where one simply seeks sociability.
    • feeling from stoking someone's body. Although love and egoism
    • through out ego-consciousness so that we're not sucked up by higher
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Berlin, 10-24-11
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    • attention to egoism. We often tell ourselves that we're doing
    • delusions that are always caused by egoism. Such feelings always
    • with raven's wings. With egoism, envy, and hate when we wake up we
    • works directly on the ego, from there on the astral body, then on the
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Muenchen, 11-19-11
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    • kindles his ego on it, and penetrated it to get back to the world of
    • it exists for warm-blooded animals, although the latter have no ego
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    • Christ; deadly separatedness submerges in divine egoity. And
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    • inwardly weak. It's a second ego that emerges, a doppelganger
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    • other people down arises. We heighten and intensify our egoity
    • But there's an egotism in this that should be suppressed
    • of egoity, and secondly complete devotion to the duty that approaches
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    • previously identified with our ego — the physical body. When a
    • properly, we'll increasingly get the feeling that our ego is
    • ego, at what the ego has achieved; then we'll see how bad
    • expression of our ego, a part of us that we place outside. Now man
    • man he was, as it were, supposed to feel as his ego streaming towards
    • him from outside. He was supposed to feel that this ego was connected
    • with all other egos The fact that warmth has moved into our blood is
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Stuttgart, 2-22-12
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    • ego to attain cognitional power and memory. To be sure, memory is
    • egoism. Our soul still has this worm shape, and so that we
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Muenchen, 2-26-12
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    • into it with Moon forces, astral things, and earth forces, the ego,
    • ego through sense organs. Now in the course of a pupil's
    • the astral body and ego were incorporated, so the nervous system,
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    • often say that it's nothing but egoism if a man wants to
    • difficult path. There can be no question of egoism here for we have
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    • first pass through egoism in the soul-spiritual domain There is a
    • become egotistical in the physical world. That's why moral and
    • is impossible, and being unegotistical is also impossible.
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    • ego-consciousness began. What lies before that is what we made out of
    • of what he was as a child, before he had an ego-consciousness. He
    • becomes fully aware that what he feels is his ego is just a Luciferic
    • through ego-consciousness, then what remains is what we've
    • the illusion of an ego has been added. He sees how the form turns to
    • empty; it's the place where the ego usually is — we feel
    • stream into the place of our ego that has become empty.
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Helsinki, 4-5-12
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    • egotism if it's not offset by a love for all beings. If we don't
    • ordinary ego like an object that confronts it.
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    • the lower ego that was built up for us while the Adam forces were
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    • Abstention from alcohol is necessary, for this works on the ego that
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    • one's feet. A feeling of shame, but not of egoism should arise
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    • man's egoism. The side exercises are there to combat what one
    • adds to one's egoity. If a pupil doesn't do them, pride
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Basel, 9-20-12
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    • waking ego-consciousness being involved. Thereby we become aware that
    • something lives behind our ordinary ego that we hadn't known
    • previously, that something is active behind this ego which weaves
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    • egoity. The powers who led human evolution saw this, and so they
    • otherwise he would have grabbed everything in sight and his egoity
    • plane. But if the feeling of fear in man is exaggerated and the ego
    • among other things. This can always be ascribed to a weak ego. People
    • blissful feeling creates the greatest egoity, and that's why
    • combating and transformation of egoism is the important thing.
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    • we mustn't give any value to what happens without the ego. For
    • when we recall it, we incorporate it into the ego.
    • world thoughts through their thinking — that also my ego-feeling
    • the thoughts of our ego, so world forces weave our higher I.
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    • For at this moment, our ordinary ego didn't think — what
    • higher, expanded I that should be felt here. The personal ego with
    • into the higher I. It dies into the world ego: I C M.
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    • When our ego and astral
    • develop sympathy for all life. Egoism is melted by this love. One who
    • has the right love of all life can't remain in egoism.
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    • ego-consciousness yet. We also have consciousness in the experience
    • our ego.
    • lose our ego at death, and we dive down dead as a soul to find
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    • matured as far as the ego. It is an ego in which we see the butterfly
    • flying around. We men have our ego inside, whereas that of the butterfly
    • is outside. The ego is actually light and is responsible for the
    • expand, this ego, this light, would permit me to create real
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
    • butterflies, because the ego consists of light. But this you cannot do.
    • butterflies by means of light. The ego thinks thoughts and these
    • say “I,” for in their case the ego works from outside. When
    • you see a lion, it is the animal's buff colour that its ego works upon
    • create the ego in man.
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    • matured as far as the ego. It is an ego in which we see the butterfly
    • flying around. We men have our ego inside, whereas that of the butterfly
    • is outside. The ego is actually light and is responsible for the
    • expand, this ego, this light, would permit me to create real
    • butterflies. The human ego actually has the power needed to create real
    • butterflies, because the ego consists of light. But this you cannot do.
    • butterflies by means of light. The ego thinks thoughts and these
    • say “I,” for in their case the ego works from outside. When
    • you see a lion, it is the animal's buff colour that its ego works upon
    • create the ego in man.
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    • draws his astral body and ego out of the physical and etheric bodies
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    • esoteric knows that his ego and astral body leave the physical and
    • ego and astral body couldn't go back into their dwelling. On
    • deepest thankfulness that we've sunk our ego-consciousness back into
    • evolution. We no longer have our ego-consciousness at death. Ancient
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    • ego and reproductive forces would be made. Likewise with Venus he
    • completely permeated man's astral body with egoism. This is necessary
    • to recognize egoism and to overcome it. In Lucifer's mouth the
    • while looking up to the sun in order to feel oneself as an ego-being,
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    • indifference and thereby weakened his ego a great deal. It's a
    • weakening, almost like an occasional loss of the ego.
    • So the ego
    • grasps itself in memory, and high beings gave us the ego and memory.
    • The ego that grasps itself in memory is like a letter that an
    • space. The high beings who gave the ego have their seat on the sun;
    • schematically. We draw the ego that becomes conscious through memory
    • happen later. We receive the forces that strengthen our ego from the
    • through your sun-grace forces that I received my ego and all
    • the spiritual one that stands behind it and that gave us the ego, and
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    • that sunlight has ego-creating power in it. And when we look at
    • four roses (or stars) that can be a symbol for the sun's ego-power
    • see the messenger in Mercury and we know that our ego is
    • that there's a third sun behind the physical and ego-creating
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    • wise way. For what binds men to each other in love is egoism in by
    • egoism to teach men about love. Without grasping this device of
    • egoism — after the luciferic influence had come — no one
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    • ego. This human being varies a great deal depending on climate and
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    • also want to rule on earth with their ego-consciousness. We know that
    • man attains his ego-consciousness on earth, the angels attain it in
    • and Ahriman would like to penetrate man's ego-consciousness.
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    • makes us aware of the egotism that we're still full of and that
    • lead a dreamy life on the physical plane. To counteract the egoism
    • prevent a further increase in egotism.
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    • in such a way that it's difficult for him to stand his ego when he
    • the outer sign for the ego in the physical world, that is, they faint
    • appeal to human egoism — which many people feel is very
    • only promote egotism. However concepts such as light and warmth that
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    • upon this as progress in meditation. For as the astral body and ego
    • feelings will arise here and there as a result of egoism and
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    • centre of our ego. Or when we look at the evening or morning
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    • that's when ego-consciousness began. The physical body's form is
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    • desire-ego pulls a veil in front of it. If we would turn our
    • we would turn our ego towards the spiritual and direct our whole
    • push back our ego that's defending itself.
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    • body. The more egotistical a man is the more distinctly he'll
    • do it ever so badly and awkwardly we nevertheless pull the ego,
    • interest. His ego and astral body are nevertheless there. Then when
    • adapt itself to what the ego and astral body took in. Thereby the
    • with which he's obsessed. When we lift out the ego we take all of our
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    • happens in sleep? The astral body and ego leave the body, and the
    • rests. The sun of the astral body and ego begins to unfold its
    • activity in the other part. For the astral body and ego are withdrawn
    • because the astral body and ego aren't in your blood and
    • at night the forces of the ego and astral body work into them.
    • is that the sun of the astral body and ego rises at night on the
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    • must also get to know my ego. I can't feel my ego, because I'm living
    • familiar with my ego through what we call positivity. If we look at a
    • at the good. Thereby we get away from our ego and can observe it. The
    • ego is love and will. Through the developed will we get to know the
    • the personal ego. As a spiritual ego we learn to dive down into the
    • ground; that includes our own ego. Our ego looks at us from all
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    • universe, and that all bad, evil and low, egotistical thoughts
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    • spirit. Our thoughts touch each other in the etheric world. Our ego
    • independent the more we experience that our ego expands into distant
    • feel our ego spread out ever more in space and not inside our
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    • the astral body and ego are outside in the spiritual world. Why is it
    • and ego to his physical and etheric bodies the longing for reunion is
    • ego lives. Things are different in the spiritual world; we shouldn't
    • cultivate the human ego. Another host of elemental beings float
    • around man's head and guard the ego-being. They work on his thinking
    • smell, taste, hearing, touch, movement and ego senses. Standing
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    • death of a beloved person often has an egotistical character, because
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    • have to live through our deeds again with our ego and our astral body.
    • life through love. For love discloses its meaning when with his ego and
    • a true artist who in a pronounced way is impelled to be an egotist in
    • of love closely with their own being. Altruism and egotism unite in one
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    • have to live through our deeds again with our ego and our astral body.
    • life through love. For love discloses its meaning when with his ego and
    • a true artist who in a pronounced way is impelled to be an egotist in
    • of love closely with their own being. Altruism and egotism unite in one
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    • equality, and fraternity; the awakening of the human ego to a
    • ministry gradually leads to a strengthening of the human ego
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    • and an ego. These four members of the human being, however,
    • ego, in a certain sense, are loosened from their connections
    • the day — that is, the astral body and ego — they
    • last upon the Earth, the ego was added to the physical, ether
    • union, the ego transformed this physical body again, so that
    • body, an astral body, and an ego. The moment the ether body,
    • the astral body, and the ego are separated from it, it
    • death the ether and astral bodies and the ego separate from
    • leaves this union of astral body and ego and resolves itself
    • astral body and an ego, for they were only added on the Sun,
    • etheric and astral bodies and its ego which belong to it, so
    • ether and an astral body, and an ego, however, these higher
    • ego, but this exists in a still higher spiritual world. Thus
    • state, its ether and astral bodies and ego within it, while
    • astral bodies and egos and here only their physical member.
    • ego. A purely physical being can have no existence; to exist
    • ego.
    • ego outside. Thus arises the contradictory condition of
    • having before us a being deserted by its astral body and ego.
    • The stone does not sleep. Its ether and astral bodies and ego
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    • he became penetrated by the human ego, the Earth having now
    • the Earth, the light of the ego itself was now enkindled and
    • gradually the ego, that is to say, full self-consciousness,
    • incarnation of the ego, the true inner being of man, took
    • the ego and astral body, are within the physical and ether
    • the physical world. Thus the astral body and the ego can make
    • awaken, the ego and astral body are out of the physical world
    • time the ego and astral body were only for a very brief
    • divine ego, just as the hand feels itself a part of the
    • with the ego. This inner human wisdom had to be developed by
    • become an ego-being. The ego had to be implanted in the
    • independent ego which develops by degrees in the course of
    • only do this by becoming self-conscious ego-beings. Only then
    • reception of the ego — and on the other side there was
    • dependent upon the Divine and his ego and astral body are
    • it is at present. The astral body and ego were then outside
    • of the physical and ether bodies, the ego existing wholly
    • ancient Jewish people and experienced the group-ego of his
    • — are one. A common ego encompasses us all, and I only
    • Father-substance in which the ego is rooted, and which is
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    • foregoing lectures, it should have become somewhat clear that
    • his ego. The next thing that occurred to the neophyte was
    • ego are withdrawn. In that condition he cannot observe any of
    • Only when his astral body and ego have slipped back into his
    • into individual men (that is, the ego-men); but individual
    • men (the ego-men) received it not.
    • foregoing answer, we have yet to discover. Just at present we
    • by little gains control of his ego and that slowly and
    • gradually this ego sinks into human nature. We know that the
    • animal, as such, has no individual ego. If the individual
    • group-ego in the astral world. All lions would say
    • “I” to this group-ego. Thus whole groups of
    • perceptible group-ego in the astral world. The great
    • possessing an individual ego. The latter, however, only
    • group-ego, with an ego belonging to a whole group of
    • where they could experience the ego in their own individual
    • mystery of the group-souls, of the group-egos. For those
    • individual ego, there still always existed a greater ego that
    • ego together was the fact that the individual remembered the
    • the egos which for centuries had preserved the memory. This
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    • and therefore when he was conscious of his ego, he felt
    • physical body, ether body, astral body, and ego are bound
    • cared for by his astral and ego spiritual parts. But we have
    • physical and ether body, namely, the astral body and ego,
    • You all, as astral body and ego, faithlessly desert your
    • and ego were outside the physical and ether bodies in those
    • of the ego, an inner independence in the soul. The individual
    • ego should feel itself fully independent and separate,
    • acting as the foundation of the individual ego within the
    • Universal Ego. We have seen that the expression “I and
    • the individual ego of the human personality gradually evolved
    • What Jahve did was to implant the group-soul ego in the
    • capable of receiving an ego, but if the physical body is not
    • self-conscious, ego-endowed human being.
    • egoistic, thus bringing them to the point of claiming the ego
    • endeavouring to find its way back, when the ego has been so
    • most deeply into egotism through alcohol, there appeared a
    • signs. In the first place He had to point out that the ego
    • of the Godhead as a free gift of the independent ego. This
    • to the time when the independent ego shall have risen above
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    • being, only his ego and his astral body were present. This
    • ego and astral body did not yet feel themselves as separate
    • within these ego-endowed astral bodies, enclosures were
    • ego which, insensible to outer perception, were embedded in
    • and ether bodies surrounded by the astral body and ego as
    • by the astral body and the ego. The watery vapour mass then
    • densified, and the astral body with the ego gave the impulse
    • and ego enveloped it and all this moved about in what
    • fire-beings belong an astral body and an ego, but they are
    • were enveloped by the astral body invested with the ego. This
    • only in a spiritual state — were astral body and ego.
    • ego continued to remain deeply embedded in the divine,
    • able to develop his ego, for he had not yet released himself
    • time when the human astral body with the ego was immersed in
    • individual human inner being which is the bearer of the ego.
    • that part in which the ego remained day and night, that part
    • The “son of man” is the ego and astral body, born
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    • foregoing lectures, but that cosmic bodies likewise do not
    • your ego were floating about in a vapour-like form. Even
    • bodies and an ego. How does this evolution occur? By the ego
    • and strengthening them. The ego is called upon gradually to
    • and strengthened by the special forces of the ego, it becomes
    • ego, it becomes Budhi, or Life-Spirit. When the physical body
    • has been fully overcome and conquered by the ego, it becomes
    • Moreover, we wish it to be quite clear that the ego acts in
    • physical, ether and astral bodies and ego — works by
    • means of the ego upon the other three members, transforming
    • and this then became permeated by the Sentient Soul. The ego
    • unconsciously worked upon by the ego, you will find described
    • transformed itself into Spirit-Self, selfishness or egotism
    • strengthened by the ego, lying and error are possible; and
    • ego, sickness and death are possible. In a once fully
    • AM, and the true and eternal might of the I AM or of the Ego
    • the true ego upon every human soul, He will awaken the God in
    • placing the other under the compulsion of his own ego.
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    • wishes to reach the real ego of the animal that he can no
    • the astral regions. There the group-soul or group-ego of the
    • being and the animal consists in the ego of the former also
    • of a physical, ether and astral body and an ego, although the
    • called egotism and utilitarianism has now reached its
    • egotistic and unidealistic as our own and it will become even
    • thus negotiate? Apparently not Anthroposophy, in other words,
    • personality. But just such an egotistic, utilitarian
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    • reached the point where it could experience the ego or the
    • world, which is encompassed by the ego or the “I
    • more and more conscious within the inner part of his ego
    • gradually more aware of his ego, until this consciousness of
    • own spirituality, his own ego and had placed it out in the
    • own spirit, with his ego-spirit. We behold the works of the
    • evolved and out of its womb was begotten the idea of the
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    • enough to have prepared the physical instrument for the ego
    • made ready to be the bearer of the ego. We may ask: What was
    • the mission of Atlantis? It was to implant the ego in the
    • “I” or ego, even though it take thousands of
    • instrument for the ego, but the other members of his being as
    • ego, just as he had previously done with his physical body.
    • physical instrument for the ego, but also a fitting ether
    • name “Ego,” we must again divide, because in
    • the ego had sunk into the Soul Body. In that of the
    • Assyrian-Babylonian-Chaldean-Egyptian epoch, the ego mounts
    • itself a process of reflection in the ego, in which ideas are
    • united and separated within the ego, in which one forms
    • the appearance of the ego in the Consciousness Soul. Humanity
    • late as that. The ego first entered the Consciousness Soul
    • freedom, of individual ego-capacity. If you consider the
    • things, which are not consciously connected with the ego, he
    • the ego-consciousness begin to extend itself, and we can see
    • breathing of the ego-conscious soul through humanity. And if
    • through a normal evolution. A union of the human ego, as it
    • has been gradually evolved with the higher, the unifying Ego,
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    • meaning. For it is not a question of an allegorical or a
    • rudiments of the ego in the physical body. The air cannot be
    • that he possesses, which he defends with his whole ego-being,
    • as I do my coat.” He connects his ego no longer with
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    • and ego were again united with the physical and ether bodies
    • entire cosmos. At that time the Cosmic Ego was spread out
    • upon them. They must permit this Ego to work upon their
    • the entire cosmos, out of the Cosmic Ego.
    • Sophia. And when the Virgin Sophia encounters the Cosmic Ego,
    • the Universal Ego which causes illumination, the pupil is
    • Universal Ego. And a person thus illuminated, who, in other
    • His personal ego has been eclipsed, which means that at such
    • Universal Ego that is using his ego as its instrument through
    • “Holy Spirit,” the Cosmic Universal Ego, which is
    • astral bodies and an ego. This fourfold human being is the
    • a particular moment to draw out his ego from the three bodies
    • This ego then goes into the spiritual worlds and the three
    • ego of a person departs and enters into the spirit world
    • highly developed by the ego that lived in them, they are fit
    • which had first been prepared by a highly developed ego, for
    • Logos Himself, the Holy Spirit, entered. The Universal-Ego,
    • the Cosmic Ego entered and from then on during three years,
    • is said, that at that moment the ego of Jesus of Nazareth
    • through which the Christ was begotten in the body of Jesus
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    • Gregory VII, Pope from 1053 to 1085.
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    • are living in the Ego and astral body outside the physical and
    • body and Ego organisation has been set astir.
    • man consists of an Ego organisation, an astral body, an etheric body,
    • and so forth. The Ego organisation is most akin to the Earth; it
    • with, from his physical body only. He is living in his Ego
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    • perceive the similarity between Gregory VII and his reincarnation as
    • Gregory VII, Pope from 1053 to 1085.
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    • the whole Ego when a man forgets what he has lived through and
    • experienced. It would also mean the ruin of the Ego of civilisation,
    • the Ego of European humanity, were men to forget completely the
    • Gregory VII, Pope from 1053 to 1085.
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    • formal unit, as a connecting ego, returns in new human bodies
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    • formal unit, as a connecting ego, returns in new human bodies
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    • Christian century. Cardinal Mazarini, Hertling. Gregory the Great, Ernst
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    • then the ego and astral body are in a spiritual environment which lies
    • at the foundation of Nature. The ego and astral body are with the
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    • Pope Gregory the Great.
    • what he was as Abbot Hildebrand, as Gregory — (I believe he too is
    • of the Monk Hildebrand, who became Gregory the Great and whom you know
    • of Haeckel is contained in this countenance of Hildebrand, of Gregory
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    • men express their egoism, their lack of sympathy and compassion with the
    • aside as much as possible of that egoism which is so often mingled with
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    • categories. The Easter spirit of anthroposophy that leads back to
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    • itself, held together by the ego. But spiritual observation discloses
    • possible for his ego and astral body to unite with the physical body
    • ether into the form of an etheric body around his ego and astral
    • his ego and astral body. Only upon these must the Sun forces be
    • to the Sun for his astral body and especially for his ego and its
    • of all his ego he must look to the Sun.
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    • J O A activated his ego, his astral body. J O (ego, astral body) and
    • ego, astral body and etheric body.
    • vowels that in the J O A indicate the ego, the
    • human being: resonant ego, resonant astral body, in a shimmering
    • are listed his categories — that's what people call them. People
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    • Gregory VII emerged. Therefore Roman Catholic dogma enables the
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    • Impulse that man could become fully conscious of the Ego and
    • development of Ego-consciousness.
    • for him to unfold Ego-Consciousness and prepare for the
    • there is in his Ego, the better is he able to keep the
    • through the Ego. A man can only know Christ by
    • when this strength comes to expression in the Ego of man.
    • now was to be through the Ego. This impulse was given in the
    • human souls, rising above the Ego, came into a world of
    • own Ego for the link with the spiritual world, they will be healed.
    • those who quell their passions through the power of the Ego.
    • suffer will cease to suffer if, in the Ego, they receive
    • Christ. Those who receive Christ in the Ego, can be calmed,
    • the verse: Blessed are the merciful. The Ego, the
    • Ego and every other human being as well. What lives in
    • the soul passes from Ego to Ego; subject and predicate are
    • henceforth, out of the Ego itself, to ascend again into the
    • that the human Ego should not waste away through inertia and
    • clairvoyance that will be an added faculty of the Ego. Those
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    • Impulse that man could become fully conscious of the Ego and
    • development of Ego-consciousness.
    • for him to unfold Ego-Consciousness and prepare for the
    • there is in his Ego, the better is he able to keep the
    • through the Ego. A man can only know Christ by
    • when this strength comes to expression in the Ego of man.
    • now was to be through the Ego. This impulse was given in the
    • human souls, rising above the Ego, came into a world of
    • own Ego for the link with the spiritual world, they will be healed.
    • those who quell their passions through the power of the Ego.
    • suffer will cease to suffer if, in the Ego, they receive
    • Christ. Those who receive Christ in the Ego, can be calmed,
    • the verse: Blessed are the merciful. The Ego, the
    • Ego and every other human being as well. What lives in
    • the soul passes from Ego to Ego; subject and predicate are
    • henceforth, out of the Ego itself, to ascend again into the
    • that the human Ego should not waste away through inertia and
    • clairvoyance that will be an added faculty of the Ego. Those
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    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • Ego, arises within him. That is an external important fact At
    • point of time when the conscious conception of the Ego
    • experienced inwardly in our sense-life is embodied in our Ego
    • there without being incorporated in the Ego. In the outer
    • if it be not received inwardly into the realm of the Ego. So
    • which can be retained in the memory, the Ego stands as the
    • from outside, can in no way be separated from the Ego. I
    • imagine that the experience of the Ego presents something
    • For that, however, the Ego must be present in every single
    • sense-perception. The Ego-experience is in everything which
    • which rays back the experiences to us within; but the Ego
    • experienced externally between the Ego and the outer world
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • the child has no conception of the Ego, then no Ego-mirror,
    • which the Ego has already taken up, so that it is thereby
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • Ego places itself before the ideas as a mirror; but what lies
    • before the time of the Ego-perception can not be called forth
    • the outer world in such a way that his Ego experiences all
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    • is quite clear to him that it is his own Spiritual I, or ego,
    • Ego, arises within him. That is an external important fact At
    • point of time when the conscious conception of the Ego
    • experienced inwardly in our sense-life is embodied in our Ego
    • there without being incorporated in the Ego. In the outer
    • if it be not received inwardly into the realm of the Ego. So
    • which can be retained in the memory, the Ego stands as the
    • from outside, can in no way be separated from the Ego. I
    • imagine that the experience of the Ego presents something
    • For that, however, the Ego must be present in every single
    • sense-perception. The Ego-experience is in everything which
    • which rays back the experiences to us within; but the Ego
    • experienced externally between the Ego and the outer world
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • the child has no conception of the Ego, then no Ego-mirror,
    • which the Ego has already taken up, so that it is thereby
    • pressed into the memory. When the Ego-perception appears, the
    • Ego places itself before the ideas as a mirror; but what lies
    • before the time of the Ego-perception can not be called forth
    • the outer world in such a way that his Ego experiences all
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    • God in himself: Jahve was the Ego-leader. That was the first
    • the “I” in the form of egotism, but who cannot lift
    • Increase of egotism is the preparatory cause of the War
    • of All against All. The two aspects of the ego. It brings
    • ego-consciousness is the sharp two-edged sword in the mouth
    • possibilities of man's evolution. The working of the ego on
    • unconsciously. At last a more or less self-conscious ego is
    • is truly the temple of the egohood to be found within. If it is
    • force. After the ego-man receives the Christ-principle no
    • body already transformed through the ego will be capable of
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    • lies. The separate members felt the tribal ego, and
    • the whole folk which for him was ruled by one Ego. He knew
    • single ego he knew himself to be sheltered in the Father
    • Folk-Ego.
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    • body and the Ego withdraw from the lower principles of the
    • ego becomes conscious of them. The result of what affects the
    • astral bodies and the ego becomes conscious of them. So, too,
    • have that which belongs to the seven categories of the
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    • group-consciousness, a group-ego; so that when the seer looks
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    • which comes through egoism.
    • determinative in his egoistic will, so as to impose his will
    • of the gods, that which is only for the egotistical man
    • upwards to thine ‘I’ or ego, to the morning star,
    • Earth has given him the “I” or Ego. The next
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    • attained egoism, but would not be in the position to rise up
    • but the group-soul, the ego which holds together the whole
    • love-principle of Christ which brings the Egos together,
    • everything which leads the Egos into the abyss. He would have
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    • egoism, of self-seeking and selfishness on the part of man.
    • Egos from its realm, to fight them, to be at war with them,
    • goal, the community of free and independent Egos, of Egos
    • Egos learn to confront one another freely. Love is not
    • Ego-consciousness to man, Christ Jesus, is, as we have seen,
    • in the most external egoism. Such things are always provided
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    • that he possesses the germ of the ego-being. He no longer
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    • being gifted with this ego-intellect, can he succumb to the
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    • Ego; alongside it are the Luciferic and Ahrimanic influences which
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    • the “I,” or ego. At the present time it is only in this
    • last member of the human organism, in the ego itself, that man can
    • find his bearings. The ego is mirrored for him in his consciousness.
    • It is in this ego that are really enacted all the thinking, feeling
    • consciousness and also outside the ego. For all that is stated about
    • not work directly within the ego. Thus, except for the Spirits of
    • is only forces of this kind that penetrate into our ego.
    • knife and putting a table-knife and a razor in the same category. In
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    • after; to an egoistic society they would bring only hurt.
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    • his astral body and Ego in his present earthly existence, he owes
    • they impress into the descending Ego and astral body what is then
    • earthly life. To impress into his Ego and astral body what then makes
    • Sun-activity. Through the brain men are essentially egotistic,
    • through the heart they become free from egoism and rise to the level
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    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego, and that in sleep
    • the Ego and astral body separate from the physical and etheric
    • our physical body only, not to our astral body or Ego. The only
    • world. The Sun is connected with our Ego, the Moon with our astral body.
    • individual human being. We ourselves, in respect of our Ego are
    • Sun is connected with our Ego and through the Beings who are a
    • our Ego.
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    • Ego. But if we direct our attention to the astral body and Ego of man
    • our astral body and Ego. The Moon and the Sun, however, are like
    • subconscious Ego-organisation what is to take place after
    • Ego. Through the Moon existence you are led out of the physical and
    • your own Ego — not akin to your physical and etheric
    • bodies but to your Ego. The Ego enables you to take your place in the
    • Ego, its healthy astral body and also out of a healthy etheric world.
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    • while the astral body and Ego-organisation live independently in the
    • ask: What are the Ego-organisation and astral body doing during the
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    • tasks of the future is non-negotiable and will be accomplished
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    • tasks of the future is non-negotiable and will be accomplished
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    • of their own, no astral body and no Ego. But this is true
    • Mental plane, is the Arupa-Mental plane, do we find the Ego
    • is directed by its Ego. If you wish to form a rough picture
    • human being — nails of Beings whose Ego dwells in
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • shall find it in the astral world — and the Ego, in the
    • an etheric body, and an astral body — but it's Ego is
    • single individuality, so you will find the Egos of the
    • common Ego. Man, therefore, distinguishes himself from the
    • individual Ego. On the astral plane, we find for instance,
    • that the Ego of the lions, the Ego of the Tigers, etc. There,
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and the Ego have all
    • the Ego are on the astral plane. Thus, during sleep, the
    • etheric body, the astral body, and the Ego. It has often been
    • perfection. The Ego is the baby among the four members of
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • Ego craves for wine, beer, etc., whichever destructive
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • us consider the physical body upon the Earth. Here, the Ego
    • body and the Ego; a second part, by the etheric body and
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    • of their own, no astral body and no Ego. But this is true
    • Mental plane, is the Arupa-Mental plane, do we find the Ego
    • is directed by its Ego. If you wish to form a rough picture
    • human being — nails of Beings whose Ego dwells in
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • shall find it in the astral world — and the Ego, in the
    • an etheric body, and an astral body — but it's Ego is
    • single individuality, so you will find the Egos of the
    • common Ego. Man, therefore, distinguishes himself from the
    • individual Ego. On the astral plane, we find for instance,
    • that the Ego of the lions, the Ego of the Tigers, etc. There,
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and the Ego have all
    • the Ego are on the astral plane. Thus, during sleep, the
    • etheric body, the astral body, and the Ego. It has often been
    • perfection. The Ego is the baby among the four members of
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • Ego craves for wine, beer, etc., whichever destructive
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • us consider the physical body upon the Earth. Here, the Ego
    • body and the Ego; a second part, by the etheric body and
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    • attracts him, he shows that the egoism which wishes to
    • so that we may become freed from the egotism of the anxiety,
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    • attracts him, he shows that the egoism which wishes to
    • so that we may become freed from the egotism of the anxiety,
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    • that is really only self-love, self-seeking, egoism, masked
    • egoism — and in the great majority of cases the love
    • masked egoism — is the source of the greatest
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    • There is a different relationship between the ego and the
    • egotistically, but lead us to broaden our views to include
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    • handled in an egotistic way by individuals or by groups.
    • to use it for the egotistic interests of the group. It is time
    • This is linked up with the egotistic use of the mystery of
    • this kind can be used by egotistic groups for enhancing their
    • closely guarded esoteric secret by the egotistic groups. But
    • for the purpose of an egotistic group. You see, this
    • egotistic sense — as cosmic knowledge. For centuries
    • earth's magnetism — it will be possible for egotistic
    • materialistic, egotistic way by means of the forces which
    • utilised particularly by certain egotistic brotherhoods,
    • for group-egotistic ends. The most effective principle for
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    • was of importance too. With his more egoistic thinking to-day a
    • of Earth evolution, beings were really of two categories: the
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    • the Emperors. Pope Gregory the Great, as Hildebrand, had come
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    • this how closely our ‘I,’ our Ego, is bound up with our store
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    • ordinary-level consciousness of to-day, the Ego is anchored,
    • the continuity, the intrinsic value and reality of our Ego in
    • earthly life. But is it not evident from this how the Ego,
    • our ‘I,’ our Ego, with very great intensity in ordinary-level
    • consciousness on Earth. The real Ego of life that is not
    • although we know that it is connected with the Ego of to-day.
    • this Ego we experience in shadowy recollection what remains to
    • is mightier than our ordinary Ego.
    • concerned with something mighty, not with the shadow of our Ego
    • flowing through time, but with the creator of this earthly Ego.
    • acknowledge them to be powerful creators of our earthly Ego. We
    • stand in the middle of them with our momentary, present Ego;
    • moulded our Ego. The transition from thinking to feeling
    • the astral body and the Ego go out of the physical body, is
    • the Ego and astral body; but then, on waking, it is driven back
    • first carried into the spiritual world by the Ego and astral
    • be personalities about whom one has the feeling that their Ego
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    • bodies lie in the bed and the ego and astral body pass out into
    • This emergence of the ego and astral body from the physical and
    • the etheric body. In the evening, when sleep begins, the ego
    • describe a kind of circle. In the morning, on waking, the ego
    • of the whole astral body and the whole ego being immediately
    • within the physical and etheric bodies; on the contrary, ego
    • should feel our ego and astral body moving only gradually from
    • purpose of bringing our ego and astral body slowly into our
    • toes. But the ego and astral body begin to be active from the
    • have an afternoon nap. Here again the ego and astral body leave
    • astral body and the ego radiate when from the tips of the
    • lies in the astral body and ego — the members which are
    • these seventy years man's astral body and ego also undergo
    • relatively weak. The strength of the ego increases but it
    • vivifying spiritual element contained in the ego penetrates
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    • that if we observe ourselves without prejudice, one category of
    • part of the world-order; the other category is of actions
    • his ego he remains in the realm wherein he previously existed,
    • the standpoint of his ego, the ego that is enclosed within a
    • foundation-structure and remaining with the ego that is
    • accepted the principle of successive incarnations. Then the ego
    • widens out and will no longer be egotistic. The Oriental says
    • that the European can recognise the ego only within the limits
    • of birth and death and this he calls the egotism of the
    • the ego living between birth and death, the separate stones of
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture I
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    • astral body and our ego, withdraw from the physical and etheric
    • ourselves the experiences of our spirit and soul (ego and
    • the ego and astral body have gone back across time to an
    • night to an earlier moment, what happens to our ego and astral
    • backward is only an illusion. In reality, our ego and astral
    • grasp the idea that ego and astral body have, initially, no
    • etheric body. We thus, even when waking, leave our ego and
    • us suppose that someone was born in nineteen hundred. His ego
    • — the point at which his ego and astral body have
    • you will say: Well, after all, the ego is ours; it has aged
    • then his ego, too, has become sixty.
    • This would be quite correct if our everyday ego and our true,
    • our real ego were identical. Our everyday ego, however, is not
    • the same as our real ego; that remains standing at the
    • the mirrored image of the real ego. And what we see is
    • the mirrored image of the real ego reflected back to us, from
    • mirrored image we call our ego. This mirrored image will
    • ego,” which is only the mirrored image of the real
    • ego, appears to age for the sole reason that the reflecting
    • present moment to the real ego and astral body, both of
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    • behind as a soul (ego and astral body), we draw etheric
    • worth. We weave this package into our ego, our astral body, and
    • egoistic self; a life devoted to the drawing together of
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    • while we are asleep, our ego and our astral body return to the
    • that which is undergone by our ego and astral body. Hence the
    • unfolding of a vigorous human ego-consciousness. This
    • ego-consciousness, pervading human culture only gradually after
    • ego-consciousness, which enables the human being to place
    • acquired a vigorous ego-consciousness in his waking state; on
    • ego and astral body. Here the moral world order appears real,
    • approach the ego and astral body, approach the entire human
    • together with his ego and astral body, into the spiritual
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    • of what happens to your ego during sleep. Only after grasping
    • namely, the inner secrets of his ego and astral body as they
    • in the astral body and the ego can be experienced only by
    • body and the ego when they have separated themselves from the
    • back, with our ego and astral body, into the spiritual world;
    • we go back to the starting-point of our life. Yet the ego and
    • When the ego and astral body return again to the physical body,
    • unceasingly, but unbeknown to ourselves, because our ego and
    • do not cease. It is not necessary that your ego be present
    • while the symphony reverberates within you. If your ego were
    • thinking all night long while lying in bed; since your ego is
    • thinking. Generally, our thoughts are much keener when our ego
    • the ego (as happens so often in the day-time) becomes much
    • While our ego and astral body are outside our physical and
    • What as ego and astral body lives and weaves outside us
    • subsequently merged with the ego, which thus undergoes a change
    • description has shown you how the ego passes through a stage
    • being woven as karma dwells in the ego and astral body. It must
    • During the ordinary sleeping state, the ego and astral body
    • From the sleeping state, the ego and astral body must
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    • Thus his independent ego could radiate and gleam up.
    • this shining forth of the independent ego can be best
    • and soul, his ego retreats; he is being merged with the
    • ego-being only if given the impulse by the gods to merge
    • ego-consciousness, needed Him on earth. Men had to
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    • would not have attained his full ego-consciousness.
    • We find our ego with all its experiences. When ancient
    • looked into himself, he did not find his ego. He did not say:
    • ego within me had this or that experience,” but:
    • himself, out of his innermost feeling, as an ego; to be a free
    • ego-being.
    • can recognize his ego in a natural way. He simply needs to look
    • an Ego-being, a free being, but also the earth has
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    • then live freely with our Ego in the element of
    • the thoughts of our fellow-man, and perception of the Ego of
    • perception of the Ego of another human being, we are
    • perception of the Ego of another person. In this
    • with an Ego, we conclude, as it were by subconscious inference,
    • that he too must have an Ego within him. This is quite contrary
    • through which we perceive the Ego of the other person. There is
    • the Ego of another person.
    • another person's Ego. It is primarily through these three
    • perceive them, nor to the Ego of another in such a way as to
    • perceive and experience this Ego. All such matters were left to
    • Along this path, instead of reaching the Ego of the other
    • person, we reach the Egos of individual spiritual Beings
    • that his Ego might in some way be lost during this flight from
    • his body into the outer world without his Ego,
    • only with egoism and lacking in love, this is a pathological
    • speech and of thinking, the path leading to the Ego of the
    • man to have such an intense feeling of egotism in his body
    • body we carry the Ego with us into the realm of
    • Inspiration — we now leave the Ego
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    • speaking, thinking and ego-perception. I showed
    • ego-perception. His attitude towards these activities is
    • ego-perception tend at first to lead us away from the spiritual
    • speech and our ego-perception and making them
    • egos of others — and rightly so, for if it were otherwise
    • to live in it; stops at ego-perception in order to live in it;
    • and ego-perception. He stays still in these. He lives his way
    • gratifies only a refined inward-looking egotism of soul. As I
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    • egotistical pain. An elderly person who has died does not lose
    • pain is therefore ours; it is egotistical pain. We do
    • of pain: egotistical pain in connection with the elderly; pain
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    • scientific methods, experiments falling under the category of
    • inspiration, we do not learn to know our present Ego, but the
    • Ego that passes through repeated lives on earth and that
    • Ego.
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    • us to maintain our Ego in this world ... for we should melt
    • us this Ego-feeling in the spiritual world, in the same way in
    • which our body, our bodily sensation, gives us our Ego-feeling
    • Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn to know this
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    • through his Ego. This lack of control cannot arise when we
    • then the Ego accompanies all experiences in every sphere. But
    • as soon as the Ego no longer accompanies all our experiences,
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    • through his Ego. This lack of control cannot arise when we
    • then the Ego accompanies all experiences in every sphere. But
    • as soon as the Ego no longer accompanies all our experiences,
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and Ego are the four strings,
    • together, or the physical body and the Ego. In the most
    • counter-force through the Ego. The Ego works so to annul the
    • body works so to create life's situation; and the Ego
    • Ego:
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    • body, etheric body, astral body and Ego are the four strings,
    • together, or the physical body and the Ego. In the most
    • counter-force through the Ego. The Ego works so to annul the
    • body works so to create life's situation; and the Ego
    • Ego:
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    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • Underlying it is a hidden egoism, which men will not confess.
    • human evolution. For when the soul is benumbed the Ego is
    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • by Leblais, wherein it is said that the cat has an Ego
    • hidden connection. In their arrogance and egoism the
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • the Archangels. Underlying this is a similar egoism, as
    • is an egoism of the social life.
    • this their egoism in relation to the Time-Spirit. From a poetic
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    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • Underlying it is a hidden egoism, which men will not confess.
    • human evolution. For when the soul is benumbed the Ego is
    • suppressed, the Ego is made dim, and then those other Powers
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • by Leblais, wherein it is said that the cat has an Ego
    • hidden connection. In their arrogance and egoism the
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • the Archangels. Underlying this is a similar egoism, as
    • is an egoism of the social life.
    • this their egoism in relation to the Time-Spirit. From a poetic
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    • gradually develops his ego in the course of his life from
    • birth to death; that this ego becomes more and more powerful
    • ego of man, upon that which comes into a physical
    • body, the true ego actually vanishes out of the physical form,
    • declares that the child is incomplete, and that the ego little
    • just as little as we can perceive the sleeping ego and astral
    • you begin to notice that these thoughts kill egoism, destroy
    • human nature: Out of the Spirit was He begotten — as this
    • descending dove — out of the Spirit was He begotten; in
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    • gradually develops his ego in the course of his life from
    • birth to death; that this ego becomes more and more powerful
    • ego of man, upon that which comes into a physical
    • body, the true ego actually vanishes out of the physical form,
    • declares that the child is incomplete, and that the ego little
    • just as little as we can perceive the sleeping ego and astral
    • you begin to notice that these thoughts kill egoism, destroy
    • human nature: Out of the Spirit was He begotten — as this
    • descending dove — out of the Spirit was He begotten; in
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    • overcome that ego which is man's portion at first, has
    • red roses the symbol of the purified Blood or ego-principle,
    • The influence of the cooler North, the descent of the Ego into
    • was expressed in the bear; and the Ego, which has developed
    • youths, which the ego can only win by devoting itself to the
    • outer world and not egotistically shutting itself away from it.
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    • overcome that ego which is man's portion at first, has
    • red roses the symbol of the purified Blood or ego-principle,
    • The influence of the cooler North, the descent of the Ego into
    • was expressed in the bear; and the Ego, which has developed
    • youths, which the ego can only win by devoting itself to the
    • outer world and not egotistically shutting itself away from it.
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    • The work of Aristotle and Alexander the Great. Gregory VII. Ernst
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    • worked at the development of the Self, the Ego, that we have made
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    • The work of Aristotle and Alexander the Great. Gregory VII. Ernst
    • lives. So, for example, we may take the famous Pope Gregory VII, the
    • reborn Abbot Hildebrand, Gregory VII, Gregory the Great. In giving
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    • His Ego and His Spirit-Self to the earth — the Christ was
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    • body, astral body and ego. In future time man will transmute these
    • Spirit Man (Atma). The ego works through the three bodily members and
    • vehicle for the conscious ego. Backward Beings responsible for the
    • before the present Earth condition. Ego-consciousness made possible
    • development. Spirits of Form only interested in ego-development, i.e.
    • is added. Spirits of Form, creators of the Ego, are called Spirits of
    • India high spiritual level allied to dim ego-consciousness, cf.
    • Western peoples, especially the Teutonic, awakened to the ego at
    • spiritual powers of the Archangel. Speech lives in our breathing; ego
    • Cognition of ego different from other forms of
    • cognition. When the ego knows itself subject and object of cognition
    • are the same. Importance of objective ego to Western peoples.
    • Relation between ego and spiritual Beings — Lucifer and
    • before and after Christ, to educate and develop the ego. Every single
    • development of the ego a mingling of races and nations necessary.
    • Celtic Folk Spirit helped to awaken ego out of group-soul life. The
    • the Intellectual Soul. In the fifth epoch the forces of the ego are
    • Consciousness) Soul. In Britain union of ego and Spiritual Soul led
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    • that the ego works upon the three lower members of the human being,
    • into the higher form of the future. The ego will transmute the astral
    • the ego will refashion and transmute the etheric or life-body into
    • present incarnated and three others which the ego will fashion into
    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
    • The ego works upon a kind of intermediate being. Therefore, between
    • Soul, the lowest member in which the ego has already worked, the
    • by permeating it with his ego and forming the Sentient Soul within
    • the ego that works
    • present stage of his evolution. We clearly see the ego fashioning the
    • have already prepared the ground. We see the ego working with the
    • ego, he transmutes his etheric or life-body into Life Spirit or
    • when from within our ego, we shall transform the life-body into Life
    • certain extent, at an intermediate stage of his existence. His ego
    • consciousness and, by means of his ego, transmute his astral body
    • for a moment the condition of man in sleep. His astral body and ego
    • ego in the spiritual atmosphere of our Earth, whose ego has already
    • Ego which has already developed Manas or Spirit Self and is
    • is, in the first place, an individual, a creation of his Ego being;
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    • their own ego-development must be taken into account. They themselves
    • observing the ego-interests of these Beings. Picture to yourselves
    • bestowed the ego upon man at the Earth-stage, they cannot, as yet,
    • could not have developed ego-consciousness if the Spirits of Form had
    • Spirit of the Age. These work in such a way that from their own ego,
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    • the human ego first becomes conscious.
    • the Sentient Soul man is hardly aware of his ego and in consequence
    • as man's inner life which is the field of ego-activity is
    • to the ‘Ego’ which to us is the highest member of our
    • human ‘I’; nevertheless the ego of the Archangel is not
    • therein centres or focal points. These centres are the human egos
    • the individual human egos. Just as to us colours, sounds, warmth and
    • possess a higher Ego than the human ego, because they are able to
    • simply as an allegory, but as a close approximation to reality.
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    • man has been able to develop a fourth member, an ego. These four
    • contemporary man is the one who has gradually made ego-consciousness
    • possible. The opportunity to develop ego-consciousness was first
    • of the ego-organization. And this implies that their chief interest
    • is to further man's ego-development, which can only be realized
    • bestowal of an ego, during man's life on Earth. The third
    • then, that precede the actual birth of the ego at the age of twenty
    • awaken to ego-consciousness. If he followed the normal course of
    • development therefore he would only awaken to ego-consciousness at
    • the ego-consciousness that would normally be his only around the age
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    • as an Ego-being can demonstrate and communicate to his fellow men
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    • ego. Bear this carefully in mind. The Teutonic peoples had to
    • consciousness, without a developed ego-consciousness.
    • development when their ego was still in a dim state of consciousness.
    • furthest evolved when their ego awoke to full self-consciousness.
    • accomplished at a time when they were not yet ego-conscious. They
    • awoke to ego-consciousness when their souls had already reached a
    • spheres. Before their ego-consciousness had awakened they had
    • their ego awoke, they were no longer dependent upon the ego in order
    • people became ego conscious at such a late stage of development. They
    • ego-consciousness one stage lower than the Indians, but it was a
    • Greeks were nearer to the Germanic peoples. They became ego-conscious
    • more personally. Their ego had awakened at the stage of existence
    • a time when the ego was not yet awake. But at the same time they saw
    • present happening. He was there with his own ego; he was a conscious
    • lecture. But an ego which is itself at an abnormal stage of evolution
    • ego-consciousness. Hence there lives especially in the soul of the
    • the Archangels are communicated to that ego. Hence Germanic-Nordic
    • in order that, at the time when man awoke to ego-consciousness in the
    • immediate feeling that Thor is related to the individual human ego is
    • witnessed the integration of the ego into the body and the birth of
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    • develop gradually the human ego and bring it to fuller consciousness.
    • high level whilst their ego was more or less asleep, that is to say,
    • that they only awoke to ego consciousness after they had already
    • Germanic peoples who were ego-conscious whilst their capacities were
    • cognition of the ego is totally different from other forms of
    • cognition. If the ego “knows” any other object or other
    • But it is a different matter when the ego knows itself, for then the
    • Clairvoyantly they saw the dawning of their ego in an imaginative
    • relate the ego in a multiplicity of ways to the world perceptible to
    • the senses and that the ego, the fundamental essence of the human
    • world. Formerly, before man was aware of his ego, before he perceived
    • the development of the ego is that it should progressively determine
    • with other egos and with the world of spiritual Beings, so that on
    • speak of the relationship of the human ego to the surrounding
    • to adopt a passive attitude towards knowledge, to suppress the ego in
    • human astral. Where the astral has been integrated with the ego, the
    • ego too has been permeated by the Luciferic power. When therefore we
    • clairvoyant sees are not allegories, but real Beings.
    • Thor, the Angel of Ego-hood. You were associated with them, and he
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • At the time when man became ego-conscious in the East, Eastern
    • experienced the whole process of receiving the ego as if it were
    • tasks in preparing man's ego-development.
    • developing ego-consciousness. He then returned to his activity in the
    • the Spiritual Soul with the human ego had not yet been realized
    • to be guided through the many stages of ego development. If we had
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    • Dionysos as the representative of the ego-forces. The entry of the Christ
    • The ego-nature and the human form. Dionysos and his band of followers.
    • Eagle, Bull and Lion currents. Sphinx and Dove. Ego-conscious­ness.
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    • development and formation of the ego principle, making it firmer and
    • establishing to the consolidation of our ego. Thus these Persephone
    • body and the astral body; our innermost, our ego, is hidden within
    • consolidate, their egos. But under the surface the old knowledge, the
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    • make good the claim that the ego is the central governing power of
    • ego-consciousness. Now when the Greek asked himself what it was,
    • perfected as the ego transforms the astral body more and more into
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
    • developed man today knows very little of the real ego, which I have
    • members. But all the forces of the ego are already in man. If you
    • want to consider the total forces of the ego in relation to the
    • forces of the entire ego (represented by the area of the circle) to
    • the mutual ratios of physical, etheric, astral and ego. Thus, you
    • forces of the ego. And if as a third exercise you place before you
    • astral body or the forces of the ego. And if you place before you the
    • the forces of ego, astral, ether and physical bodies
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    • man as consisting of physical, etheric, astral, and also of the ego
    • or the ego-bearer. Now it is obvious that because this ego is in such
    • being, the forces of the universe corresponding to the ego must also
    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Indeed with our egos we are right inside the world. Upon what goes on
    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • forces of Pluto around us in space. Just as the destiny of the ego is
    • forces of this ego as also connected with the divine-spiritual
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • our egos from all this! How intimately we are bound up with the
    • macrocosm out there! With our egos we are as if emptied out into our
    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • upon Dionysos, that figure which stands before our ego at last in
    • only to clairvoyant sight. If we turn to the category of Beings
    • Beings of the first category, and you know the relationship in which
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • another category, the backward Angelic Beings, there is no trace of
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    • guidance of mankind, you may have wanted to ask to what category of
    • powerful dramatic allegory which sheds its light upon us from remote
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • with his ego, as poured out into cosmic space. He is in fact outside
    • could not give; they could not give the ego-consciousness which man
    • lectures that this human ego-consciousness was something which had to
    • evolution. On the Moon the ego-consciousness could find no footing.
    • There was no ego-consciousness in anything created on the Moon, or in
    • principle of creation. They could not give ego-consciousness to men,
    • not become creators of the ego-consciousness. In this respect they
    • the creator of the ego-consciousness. Thus the whole of modern
    • ego-consciousness, and the other influence which poured into the
    • possibility of man's acquiring his earthly ego-consciousness.
    • his ego into his body; during Atlantis his consciousness was to a
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • independent ego added to the Zeus forces. The independent ego first
    • speak of an intellectual ego, as we do today, but he was aware of
    • ego-consciousness.
    • development of man's ego-consciousness, looked at
    • ego which was not yet the ego of today with its power of intellect,
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    • body, astral body and ego. Our being consists of these four members.
    • innermost member of the human being, the ego, which as you know we
    • regard as the youngest — or better call it ‘the ego-
    • bearer’. The outstanding characteristic of this human ego
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • enlist the help of the clairvoyant eye, we can never observe his ego.
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • knowledge of external things we cannot observe the ego as such; we
    • the external world, we cannot see it in his ego, because egos cannot
    • encounter this ego once. Although we know quite well that there are
    • many egos upon the Earth, only one of them is to be perceived, and
    • ego, that is his own ego. So that we may say that the peculiarity of
    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • From this ego, as the
    • difference between the perception of our own ego, of which only one
    • only learn to know the ego when we direct our physical faculty of
    • we wish to learn to know our ego.
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
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    • astral body and ego, it can come to no viable theory of knowledge.
    • ego through the astral body down to the etheric body. As far as its
    • again into etheric body, astral body and ego. And it is these images
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • which in the ego-man of today underlies his conscious life of
    • spiritual-scientific things in their true sense, one must forego the
    • egoconsciousness — a wisdom which sprang from the deeper self
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    • of our own egotism, we are simply carrying back into the higher
    • egotistic, for then this treasure in our souls is irrevocably lost to
    • all the reparation possible, but that springs from egotism. Most men
    • in their egotism find it intolerable to have to carry through the
    • be the perfect egoist. But currents of a fine etheric substance
    • which enables us to know, in addition to egotistic knowledge,
    • try to form an idea of how the one category of gods is related to the
    • categories of gods; one of them is the thought-world of the other, is
    • must assign to the category of Luciferic beings all those of whom we
    • categories of gods.
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    • able to develop knowledge which goes beyond the completely egotistic
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • was abandoned by its ego, which was the ego of Zarathustra, and on its
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • region of the heart. The true inner ego-aura is already arrested in
    • cosmos, and the ego-aura which mounts up from below, but is dammed
    • so is the ego-aura held back in the heart, where it makes contact
    • with an element of ego-aura coming from without. Hence the fact is
    • that the real ego-consciousness of man does not take place in the
    • brain. What I have said about the man of Atlantis, that his ego was
    • the external cosmic ego, which since the time of Atlantis has
    • real ego of man as it manifests in our consciousness comes into
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    • to develop his present ego-consciousness. He has had to become
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • ego. To enable man to become strong as regards his ego-consciousness
    • through understanding, the soul which is ego-conscious, is at its
    • and penetrate behind our ego-consciousness into our own being, when
    • of falling a prey to the worst possible egotism. Those are the two
    • void and the collapse into egotism. All other ordeals are variations
    • against surrender to egotism. Even higher knowledge is dangerous in
    • This leads us into egotism and cuts us off from those lower gods.
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • working as a solvent, as a destructive influence upon our egotism. We
    • ourselves, the less is egotism able to get a hold upon us. We then
    • Christ Impulse through our egotistic impulses and passions, we learn
    • when we descend into ourselves we come through our colossal egotism,
    • that is to say, through the soul strong in its egohood and its
    • egotism; in either direction we come to what of itself can certainly
    • before the void, as well as the resistance of our own egotism. And as
    • egotism, we are also proof against all that might cause us to vanish
    • temptation to egotism and its overcoming, to infinite compassion and
    • of fear and egotism, of the overcoming of fear through fearlessness,
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    • often appears such that we are obliged to say: How egotistical! How
    • as an independent ego-being, but in which the Gods, super-sensible, spiritual
    • egoism of Kriemhilde, as of Achilles.
    • perceive how the etheric body becomes a special, individual, egotistical
    • the spiritual or consciousness soul which really makes the ego-man,
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    • often appears such that we are obliged to say: How egotistical! How
    • as an independent ego-being, but in which the Gods, super-sensible, spiritual
    • egoism of Kriemhilde, as of Achilles.
    • perceive how the etheric body becomes a special, individual, egotistical
    • the spiritual or consciousness soul which really makes the ego-man,
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    • being, are unified by the ego into a single entity, whereas in
    • earthly father and mother. But before his ego and astral body
    • around their ego and astral bodies, in order to fashion
    • members, the ego and the astral body, but not by the etheric
    • body and even more so for the ego's full inner power one had to
    • planets, but that their ego forces in particular and also
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    • These sounds, the Mystery student knew, enlivened his ego and
    • astral body. I, O: ego, astral body, and with A, the
    • As these sounds vibrated within him, he experienced himself as ego,
    • express the ego, astral body, and etheric body.
    • was a sounding ego and sounding astral body within a
    • concepts, called categories. Students would learn them by
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    • held together by the ego. But in the organism of the whole
    • before — with the help of his ego and astral body —
    • through all the surrounding universe, around himself, his ego,
    • proceed from the higher members of human nature, from the ego
    • the human astral body, and especially for the ego; but that for
    • the whole inner power of the ego one must turn to the sun. This
    • the forces strengthening and permeating the ego and the astral
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    • They knew that these tones, J O A, stimulated their ego and
    • their astral body. J O equalled the I (ego) and astral body,
    • the pupil for initiation he was conscious of his ego, of his
    • indicated the ego, the astral body, and the etheric body. It
    • ego, a resounding astral body, within the
    • Aristotle. In his logic what were called categories were put
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    • meine Seele hineingegossen sind und die dieselben hohen
    • die Menschen in den Egoismus treiben und
    • den Zweigen pietätvoll behandelt wird. Nicht aus Egoismus
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    • dann lebten wir in einer Epoche, in der die Kräfte ausgegossen waren über das ganze
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    • dem äußeren natürlichen Egoismus zusammenhängt. Indem immer notwendig ist,
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    • Erdensphäre ausgegossen haben. Da sind sie drinnen, in
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    • this day have I begotten Him.” And that is a true
    • god-begotten power ebbed from Him. There before us is the
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    • this was the year when the Zarathustra-Ego which had incarnated
    • Gospel had received the Ego of Zarathustra. In the Gospel, this
    • Zarathustra-Ego like remembrances hidden in the soul,
    • Jesus child, endowed now with the Zarathustra-Ego, grew up in
    • Zarathustra-Ego, Jesus of Nazareth was able very rapidly to
    • whereby the Zarathustra-Ego had passed over into his soul,
    • Witness of Egoity becoming free,
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    • Zarathustra-Ego into his own soul. During the subsequent years
    • Zarathustra-Ego within him. At the end of his twenties he
    • still did not know that the Zarathustra-Ego had reincarnated in
    • Witness of Egoity becoming free,
    • went about the house as if lost in dream. The Zarathustra-Ego
    • the mother, the Zarathustra-Ego had withdrawn. The being whom
    • Zarathustra-Ego. Thus the spirit of the other mother had come
    • must inevitably drive men into egoism and lead them into the
    • Mystery-Prayer: “Witness of Egoity becoming free,”
    • not out of egoism but for quite other reasons. For the Spirit
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    • egoism. Wisdom is something which always reckons with the course of
    • made by our ego. Fundamentally, a wise man cannot judge egoistically;
    • ethereal body with our soul-being, in so far as this is ego and
    • of my ego; the physical hand went with them.
    • in existence. These forces withdraw into the astral and into the Ego,
    • they are put in motion by the use of Ego, astral body, ethereal body
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • by Wisdom, we retain Ego and astral body in free detachment. For as
    • awake we are also outside the brain with our Ego and our astral body,
    • where with his Ego and his astral body he is freely active, using his
    • Courage as the virtue active where man is only free with his Ego,
    • Ego is becoming free; where our Ego is still bound to the astral,
    • ethereal and physical bodies, and yet with our Ego we are beginning
    • Lucifer. Egoism is of itself transformed into selflessness when it is
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    • egoism. Wisdom is something which always reckons with the course of
    • made by our ego. Fundamentally, a wise man cannot judge egoistically;
    • ethereal body with our soul-being, in so far as this is ego and
    • of my ego; the physical hand went with them.
    • in existence. These forces withdraw into the astral and into the Ego,
    • they are put in motion by the use of Ego, astral body, ethereal body
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • by Wisdom, we retain Ego and astral body in free detachment. For as
    • awake we are also outside the brain with our Ego and our astral body,
    • where with his Ego and his astral body he is freely active, using his
    • Courage as the virtue active where man is only free with his Ego,
    • Ego is becoming free; where our Ego is still bound to the astral,
    • ethereal and physical bodies, and yet with our Ego we are beginning
    • Lucifer. Egoism is of itself transformed into selflessness when it is
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    • world, our ego goes as far as the frontiers of nature. Here,
    • the ego is repulsed. We feel surrounded on all sides by
    • discover more and more about our ego and so achieve
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    • is the ego, strengthened within spiritual life, to articulate
    • egotism. My aim is to understand something for which there is
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • present during the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud, the life of thought is dimmed.
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees
    • leads only to a heightening of self-enjoyment, to a refined egoism.
    • In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism is cultivated through
    • such imaginative clairvoyance. These feelings are no conquest of egoism,
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    • waking-consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • present during the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud, the life of thought is dimmed.
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees
    • leads only to a heightening of self-enjoyment, to a refined egoism.
    • In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism is cultivated through
    • such imaginative clairvoyance. These feelings are no conquest of egoism,
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is then outside
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • because desire for the physical body pervades the ego and astral
    • refined egoism. In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism
    • egoism, but only a higher blossoming of it. One finds within such
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    • consciousness, man lives with his ego and astral body in his
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is then outside
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • because desire for the physical body pervades the ego and astral
    • refined egoism. In this event, it may be that a more refined egoism
    • egoism, but only a higher blossoming of it. One finds within such
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    • power only comparable occultly to the power which the ego of
    • ego. You all know the inner connection between the ego and the
    • is felt by the ego, a blush rises to the face, and when fear or
    • anguish is felt by the ego the face grows pale. This usual
    • effect of the ego on the blood is occultly quite similar to the
    • ego must normally produce in the blood — speaking
    • direction works just as the ego works on the blood. This means
    • that with alcohol we take into ourselves an opposition ego
    • which is a direct opponent of the deeds of our spiritual ego.
    • precisely as it is influenced by the ego. Thus we kindle an
    • proceeds from the ego when we take alcohol, which is its
    • from his ego; one who drinks alcohol is like one who wishes to
    • the ego on the blood is eliminated. Hence one who makes
    • his blood as a direct battle against his ego, and therefore it
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    • connection of his Ego-organism with the earth, it is well to
    • realisation of the Ego is not of such great importance as in
    • sugar, a sort of blameless ego-sense is produced, forming a
    • firmness, a certain sense of my Ego.’ On the whole, we
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    • attribute of being something formed egotistically; all that is
    • egotistic feeling and that in which we are but providing the
    • recognise a difference between egotistic feeling, which leans
    • experiences begin a certain more delicate egoism appears in
    • finer egoism is assumed for the purpose of overcoming itself;
    • but at first it merely appears as a finer egoism, and during
    • will and feeling arise from himself; he begins to feel egoism
    • that I have still sufficient egotism to think this, in the face
    • wherein this feeling, which is now the ego, meets the
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    • his astral body and his ego he has already become independent
    • the other, we had lifted out the ego and astral body as occurs
    • absolute egotist, as a being who knows nothing but himself, and
    • having, with the astral body and the ego, left the physical
    • being outside with the astral body and ego, and only looking
    • sleep. The ego and astral body — the spiritual man
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    • earth is egotism. When the astral body, apart from the
    • egotism, or the effort to live exclusively in itself and for
    • could not permeate itself with the force of egotism, if it
    • this quality of the astral body, which is egotism. It can be
    • separation of the astral body egotism flourishes. Moreover, to
    • fundamental quality of the astral body: egotism; the endeavour
    • to us, viz., that it wishes to be an absolute egotist? Let us
    • cases even in ordinary life in which egotism expands, and where
    • egotism as a necessary adaptation in life. For example,
    • understand how in this case egotism extends from the mother to
    • egotism should be extended in this way from one being to
    • egotism over this other. Thus we see that egotism ceases to
    • it as belonging to itself. Through extending her egotism to her
    • permeated with his egotism is extremely beneficial. Under
    • is called love is self-seeking. But an egotism extended beyond
    • egotism and altruism, and we can make very beautiful systems
    • with such ideas as egotism and altruism. But facts tear such
    • systems to pieces; for when egotism so extends its interests to
    • astral body may be described as an egotist. The consequence of
    • body becomes an egotist which only considers the interests that
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    • ego. But what is thus experienced is really nothing but the
    • body and etheric body, that is, in the astral body and Ego),
    • body, he knows that it is the Egotist. And he alone is in the
    • self-training, if he does not allow his egotistical interests
    • occult development a counter-balance against the egotism of the
    • more the egotistic forces bestir themselves in the now
    • icy solitude which cures one of allowing egotism to have the
    • forces, that of the egotism which expands to world-interests
    • seen to be the great egotist; the self is more than that
    • beyond oneself into another. It is egotism intensified and
    • man calls his self is not the true Ego, but a reflection of the
    • Ego in his physical body. A man only experiences reflections of
    • inner astral body and Ego before he was sufficiently mature,
    • We can only learn to recognise the astral body and Ego in their
    • to be. The innermost nature of the astral body is egotism; but
    • it should become our ideal to be permitted to be an egotist
  • Title: Effects of Occult Development: Lecture IX
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    • as egotism. This egotism had to be implanted in man on the
    • ancient Moon, egotism has its seat in the astral body; and, as
    • Lucifer has preserved his Moon-nature, he has brought egotism
    • the other the Spirit of Egotism. And what we may call his error
    • impregnating of himself with egotism. But thereby, as has often
    • Lucifer had not carried over egotism from the Moon to the
  • Title: Effects of Occult Development: Lecture X
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    • sort of egotist, and that this has to be overcome in occult
    • a sixth Self or Ego in that of the Hierarchy of the Cherubim,
    • emphasise his ‘ego,’ which above all leads him to
    • lay stress upon his ego in all sorts of directions. In our age
    • special stress is laid upon this ego or ‘I’ in the
    • the ego retires into the background, and in its place the
    • development of the ego, is gradually filled with what we call
    • his ego as far as the Consciousness Soul that he arrives at the
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • egoistical way want to retreat into the self and cultivate it
    • compulsion that egoism exerts on us. Because we want to exist,
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • egoistical way want to retreat into the self and cultivate it
    • compulsion that egoism exerts on us. Because we want to exist,
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    • work, Faust. The Faust legend allegorically describes the development
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    • this to-day that symbolic and allegoric meanings are forced out
    • nothing whatever to do with the symbolic and allegoric
    • story in this symbolic, allegoric sense, but more in such a way
    • categorically that knowledge is produced only through the
    • cut off from the higher ego, you can exhaust the essence of things.
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    • allegories in what is for the spiritual inquirer, who can
    • him as one who through the ego strove to enter the spiritual world.
    • Goethe himself was this second ego, which could be brought to a
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture IV
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    • world, he loses his qualities, the ego becomes his
    • narrow egoism. That all personality with its egoistic wishes and
    • egoism of persona! wish and desire, that he dedicates all his
    • We must take these words to mean that personal egoism
    • overcome this personal egoism, can really reach the last stage,
    • where the garments of human personal egoism fall away like
    • incident it is revealed that his egoism has not completely
    • In all things Faust's egoism has disappeared, except with regard to
    • this cottage. Here there is a last remnant of egoism which speaks
    • of egoism, the enjoyment in a physical survey. Gratification
    • surrender to the outer world, with which egoism is connected, may
    • connection between all that a man's egoism can make him do and that
    • egoisms. And as little as some can perhaps believe that when Care
    • is present, egoism has not disappeared, so true is it that on the
    • long, self-denying path into the spiritual world, egoism must
    • with him into it any trace of egoism, Care comes and reveals itself
    • that can remove from him this last remnant of egoism. Faust goes
    • egoism remaining in him is cancelled by the power of Care. The last
    • darker all round. Now his soul feels the last remnant of egoism
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  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • waking condition, bears the Ego and astral body within him
    • body and the Ego-organisation. You, of course, are familiar
    • the Ego and the astral body — and it is linked with my
    • and soul, in this Ego and astral body, man was made aware of
    • able to say: In me live the Gods. And he looked upon his Ego,
    • Ego-consciousness, which a comparatively short time
    • along with this condition of soul, where the Ego has drawn down
    • from the spirit and soul and entered as conscious Ego
    • inspired him, he began to know that the Ego had sunk down into
    • the first to experience the descent of the Ego-consciousness,
    • the descent of the Ego into the physical and etheric nature in
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • abstract knowledge, categories, and to push back the other.
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    • etheric body, astral body and ego, or ego-organisation. Well
    • permeated by the astral body, or again by the ego-organisation,
    • has not his astral body and ego-organisation in him at all. Now
    • Suppose, then, we take our start from the ego-organisation of
    • ego-organisation of man, then we may ask ourselves: With what
    • ego-organisation stand in especially near relation? It stands
    • on your tongue — it is the ego-organisation in you that
    • the ego-organisation remains with it. The salt goes still
    • intestines, — never once does the ego-organisation leave
    • two things that belong to one another: the ego-organisation,
    • consistency. The ego-organisation is very little concerned when
    • character. And now it passes over into the ego-organisation;
    • ego-organisation.
    • Thus, the ego-organisation concerns itself only with what is
    • ego-organisation has to look after this in a very thorough
    • like that are seized upon by the ego-organisation and inwardly
    • essential nature of the ego-organisation that it takes up into
    • the ego-organisation continue to change it perpetually.
    • ego-organisation brings about a thorough metamorphosis;
    • water, then by reason of the action of my ego-organisation, the
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  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Ego and astral body, having left their physical and etheric
    • destinies of Egos and astral bodies during the sleep of human
    • as Egos and astral bodies, and the pictures that are revealed
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    • live it here on earth. The illusion of that ego which exists
    • Anyone who holds too firmly to his ego, through a theoretical
    • or a practical egotism, does not succeed in establishing this
    • who combats theoretical and practical egotism comes to
    • see that he first has this ego to enable him to make use of his
    • passes from this corporeal sense of the ego into what I have
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • first overcoming the illusion of the ego; one must overcome the
    • ordinary, everyday, theoretical or practical egotism; and
    • one must understand that this ego of our earth-life is bound up
    • away with theoretical and practical egotism in the way
    • the true form of the ego, when he comes to know not only the
    • means of it to the perception of the true ego, that ego which
    • of this ego in the pre-earthly existence in the spiritual
    • ego, lives in the spiritual world in conformity with the
    • escape from the illusion of the ordinary ego, then we come to
    • know how the ego has already passed through the spiritual world
    • There was nothing symbolic, nothing allegorical. The whole
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    • live it here on earth. The illusion of that ego which exists
    • Anyone who holds too firmly to his ego, through a theoretical
    • or a practical egotism, does not succeed in establishing this
    • who combats theoretical and practical egotism comes to
    • see that he first has this ego to enable him to make use of his
    • passes from this corporeal sense of the ego into what I have
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • first overcoming the illusion of the ego; one must overcome the
    • ordinary, everyday, theoretical or practical egotism; and
    • one must understand that this ego of our earth-life is bound up
    • away with theoretical and practical egotism in the way
    • the true form of the ego, when he comes to know not only the
    • means of it to the perception of the true ego, that ego which
    • of this ego in the pre-earthly existence in the spiritual
    • ego, lives in the spiritual world in conformity with the
    • escape from the illusion of the ordinary ego, then we come to
    • know how the ego has already passed through the spiritual world
    • There was nothing symbolic, nothing allegorical. The whole
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    • which we call the astral body and Ego separate from the physical
    • astral body and the ego, do not really come to the consciousness of
    • consciousness a copy, a mirror-picture of his ego and astral body.
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • the true form of the Astral body and Ego appear in such a way to
    • his Ego end Astral body what we cull the third Hierarchy, the
    • an abstract Ego of those shadowy ideas and concepts which fill
    • does not progress beyond experiencing this shadowy side of his Ego
    • time there is working into his Ego those Beings of the third
    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • going to sleep until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral
    • awake, to feel himself an Ego and Astral body, and to feel his
    • is only because the consciousness of our