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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • must always be contrasted with the understanding of life and the world
    • not only quick with life, but ensouled and imbued with spirit; in his
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • moulds the soul — a knowledge of the spirit, of the life of the soul,
    • of the life of the cosmos. And although in his waking consciousness
    • soul and life of the universe while he sleeps — in the soul the
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • Ahrimanic deception which plays into human life. And in this field men
    • Now it is a fact that in real life, total errors are not so harmful as
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
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    • must always be contrasted with the understanding of life and the world
    • not only quick with life, but ensouled and imbued with spirit; in his
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • moulds the soul — a knowledge of the spirit, of the life of the soul,
    • of the life of the cosmos. And although in his waking consciousness
    • soul and life of the universe while he sleeps — in the soul the
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • Ahrimanic deception which plays into human life. And in this field men
    • Now it is a fact that in real life, total errors are not so harmful as
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • aspects of life, replacing inspiration and inner experience. This
    • spiritual world of poetry and entered into the prose of life.
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • the breath of life’. What at that time was done with the breath, to
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • retrace the steps from a life arranged in accordance with utility to
    • It is indeed true that Man, as he goes forward in the life between
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. After this life between death and
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • life of soul and spirit into earthly life. If their effects are to be
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • life, for this human etheric body is a mere reflection of planetary
    • life.
    • the image, of what goes on in the life of the planets. We think we
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • aspects of life, replacing inspiration and inner experience. This
    • spiritual world of poetry and entered into the prose of life.
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • the breath of life’. What at that time was done with the breath, to
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • retrace the steps from a life arranged in accordance with utility to
    • It is indeed true that Man, as he goes forward in the life between
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. After this life between death and
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • life of soul and spirit into earthly life. If their effects are to be
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • life, for this human etheric body is a mere reflection of planetary
    • life.
    • the image, of what goes on in the life of the planets. We think we
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • signified an advance in human cultural life which can be compared to
    • them to ethical, social, and all other aspects of cultural life.
    • life. Granted, natural scientific logic must be applied to what most
    • spiritual world, something he cannot do in ordinary life.
    • possess to a certain degree in daily life. But they have to be
    • childhood, is essential to our life as human beings. The study of
    • up from the depths of our inner life. And what emerges from these
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • human life. Only this heightening makes spiritual research possible.
    • little as in sleep, and so on. Then the whole soul life is focused on
    • even those who are not distracted by the demands of daily life, have
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • know the resistance that bodily life puts up, and then to know life
    • then that moment finally comes, either during waking life or in a
    • soul life.
    • of soul not present in external life. He must constantly hold on to
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    • signified an advance in human cultural life which can be compared to
    • them to ethical, social, and all other aspects of cultural life.
    • life. Granted, natural scientific logic must be applied to what most
    • spiritual world, something he cannot do in ordinary life.
    • possess to a certain degree in daily life. But they have to be
    • childhood, is essential to our life as human beings. The study of
    • up from the depths of our inner life. And what emerges from these
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • human life. Only this heightening makes spiritual research possible.
    • little as in sleep, and so on. Then the whole soul life is focused on
    • even those who are not distracted by the demands of daily life, have
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • know the resistance that bodily life puts up, and then to know life
    • then that moment finally comes, either during waking life or in a
    • soul life.
    • of soul not present in external life. He must constantly hold on to
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • satisfactory answer is the contemplation of the course of life which
    • Indeed, the events which take place during the long span of life
    • we observe the life between death and a new birth it always convinces
    • clairvoyant who is able to contemplate life between death and a new
    • night, she has always been the sunshine of my life. Every one of her
    • words filled me with happiness; indeed, my life was so that I could not
    • life. I then passed through the portal of death and left her behind.
    • longing soul seeks to find a path leading to the companion of my life. But
    • time during my physical life has now grown silent”.
    • the most important ingredients of life. You will have an inkling of
    • within the depths of life. What is real, is related to the example of the
    • herrings in the same way as the life destroyed within the eggs. This is
    • life.“ This feeling will develop with the aid of anthroposophical
    • earthly life is concerned. The dead will begin to speak. In the
    • that the life between death and a new birth will change. It will not
    • life on earth we have inveighed strongly against Anthroposophy, a
    • not been an anthroposophist during his lifetime. If the living
    • during life, this is a fact which should be borne in mind, because
    • the language which he has spoken during his life. For this reason, we
    • thoughts even if he has spoken another language during his lifetime.
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • satisfactory answer is the contemplation of the course of life which
    • Indeed, the events which take place during the long span of life
    • we observe the life between death and a new birth it always convinces
    • clairvoyant who is able to contemplate life between death and a new
    • night, she has always been the sunshine of my life. Every one of her
    • words filled me with happiness; indeed, my life was so that I could not
    • life. I then passed through the portal of death and left her behind.
    • longing soul seeks to find a path leading to the companion of my life. But
    • time during my physical life has now grown silent”.
    • the most important ingredients of life. You will have an inkling of
    • within the depths of life. What is real, is related to the example of the
    • herrings in the same way as the life destroyed within the eggs. This is
    • life.“ This feeling will develop with the aid of anthroposophical
    • earthly life is concerned. The dead will begin to speak. In the
    • that the life between death and a new birth will change. It will not
    • life on earth we have inveighed strongly against Anthroposophy, a
    • not been an anthroposophist during his lifetime. If the living
    • during life, this is a fact which should be borne in mind, because
    • the language which he has spoken during his life. For this reason, we
    • thoughts even if he has spoken another language during his lifetime.
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • Certainly much in the spiritual life of our present time differs from
    • himself with the spiritual life of his own times he had in reality, as
    • when contemplating the spiritual life of mankind when, as we have
    • spiritual life. However great and powerful and mighty much in the
    • spiritual life. Only in the Greek spiritual life do we find
    • peculiarity of the spiritual life of the last three thousand years;
    • rather the impression made by the spiritual life upon each separate
    • the spiritual life, find inner comfort, hope, peace, inward bliss and
    • came over from Greece as living tradition and life. So we see Greek
    • life, and even takes the form of a certain religious opposition in the
    • every soul down to the simplest, a spiritual life is spread abroad and
    • spiritual life receives its tributaries from the Vedas on the one
    • and that what he first realises in ordinary life is a kind of
    • finer elements of which is woven our etheric or life-body. It must be
    • that his religious life is one with the life of wisdom; but Sankhya
    • ways and means of grasping the human soul in direct spiritual life, so
    • life, which opens the door to higher and higher stages of existence.
    • life of the soul within itself. Yoga is the other side of the Sankhya
    • waking, life and death, you will find there what in our present-day
    • no longer there? How can the soul take part in spiritual life if that
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • everyday life today we have to distinguish between that which is our
    • Etheric or Life-Body, and the Physical Body. Just as we look upon
    • know as the second principle of man, which we call Life-Spirit: or, if
    • also tells us that man will only develop Budhi in normal life at a
    • Life-spirit or Budhi. This manner of designation is absolutely correct
    • be found, for instance, in the plants, as etheric or life-body. We
    • life-body of the plant; while with man it is the case that the higher
    • notice in the spiritual life of the different periods, in the old
    • life and consider the case in which thou thyself now art. In the
    • death — what is death? and what is life? The changing of the
    • forms is death, and it is life. The souls that are to be victorious
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • life of the soul expresses itself. If we describe that which at the
    • whole soul life. According to the temperament of that soul, we shall
    • be liable to loneliness. When one having led a hermit's life while
    • seeking the heights of soul-life goes forth into the world, coming
    • Only when we consider these life-connections do we realise how the
    • are to be seen in the whole manner of life which a man leads. They are
    • what he can remember having experienced in his ordinary life, and
    • into a completely different form of life. The phenomena of life and
    • Sattva, then learn that in ordinary life man is connected with wisdom
    • ordinary life feel enthusiasm for wisdom and virtue? Because he is
    • ordinary life feel joy and longing for the external life, feel
    • pleasure in the external phenomena of life? Because he has a relation
    • to life indicated through Rajas. Why do people go through ordinary
    • life sleepy, lazy and inactive? Why do they feel oppressed by their
    • life must be brought to bear upon the comprehension. Nothing could
    • otherwise have in life to bear upon these words of Arjuna. If he were
    • to bring any such feelings of everyday life to bear upon what he thus
    • stillness, in the highest Divine or in everyday life, whether Thou art
  • 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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    • the life of Christ in the soul or in the human consciousness, and many
    • works, to the freeing of oneself from the immediate life of action, in
    • If we wish to draw a comparison between the different views of life
    • views of life, what we are chiefly concerned with is the drawing down
    • long after the son's life has begun; although the son is descended
    • The new must protect itself against the old, must defend its life
    • Kansa, the brother of his mother, wished to take the life of the
    • the great tree of Life, whose roots have an upward direction, and the
    • across the picture of the Tree of Life with the serpent; everything is
    • under, and led him back into the heights of spiritual life. Krishna
    • and fill it with life? Truly he who described the Christ-Event for the
    • soul-life; only at the conclusion do we see the contrast between those
    • that this age of darkness brings about in human life; he must contrast
    • the dark life, common to all, with that which is the Christ-Impulse,
    • life is confronted with substance, with Prakriti — the soul which
    • constant state of changing form. The soul in its ordinary life lives
    • Christ-Impulse does not fill a whole life, but only the ripest period
    • of a human life. That is why the Christ-Impulse lived only for three
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • openly to light. We are living in an age in which the spiritual life
    • thy soul-life.” To his Corinthians St. Paul says: “One of
    • in one individual as the life-force in every one of his limbs, and yet
    • spiritual life each one of these is like the other. The same
    • incarnation at a standstill in exoteric life, or whether he is able to
    • enter the esoteric life and raise himself into esoteric Christianity.
    • We can go further and further in the Christian life and attain the
    • life of our own age, examining the contradictions and follies of
    • that in response to the demands of the spiritual life itself,
    • nothing more to do with what filled his life and at which he worked in
    • spirit-life. When St. Paul had his vision before Damascus, He Who
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • has extended to the life of feeling and also to the life of will. The
    • thinking and conceptional life, although it may be said that all spiritual
    • life, be it in the region of religion or of exact science, bears traces of the
    • intellectual and spiritual life has changed. To-day we shall do no more than
    • spiritual life, doubted not at all that the very highest wisdom flowed from
    • recognition among those who stood on the heights of spiritual life. In
    • moments in life when these spiritual faculties awaken just as when a blind man
    • exactly the same in regard to research in the region of senselife, where
    • That which, in man constitutes his life of passions and instincts, comes to
    • at an early period of his life Goethe had with him a young man called Tobler,
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    • has extended to the life of feeling and also to the life of will. The
    • thinking and conceptional life, although it may be said that all spiritual
    • life, be it in the region of religion or of exact science, bears traces of the
    • intellectual and spiritual life has changed. To-day we shall do no more than
    • spiritual life, doubted not at all that the very highest wisdom flowed from
    • recognition among those who stood on the heights of spiritual life. In
    • moments in life when these spiritual faculties awaken just as when a blind man
    • exactly the same in regard to research in the region of senselife, where
    • That which, in man constitutes his life of passions and instincts, comes to
    • at an early period of his life Goethe had with him a young man called Tobler,
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • the other, his place in the social life. But it will be necessary
    • not only externally but also inwardly. We cannot understand the life
    • account we come nearer to the life of soul. Materialistic
    • to confront the life of soul with complete lack of understanding; for
    • it is precisely in these other organisms that the life of soul comes
    • Ether, Warmth-Ether, Light-Ether, Life-Ether, and in addition we find
    • astral body by the air organism during waking life. We can speak in a
    • When we turn to consider waking life, from what has been said we shall
    • which in waking life we have driven out through our Ego which is part
    • Waking life and sleeping life may therefore also be studied from this
    • for in waking life it is the Ego that brings about in the
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves, neither
    • Obscurely and dimly, dreams point to our inner organic life, and we
    • sleep, if our life were not continually interrupted by periods of
    • what is experienced in the life of soul and in the bodily life.
    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are ignored. It
    • over our life and nothing flows into this retrospective survey from
    • waking life. But this consciousness is inwardly strengthened through
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • self-consciousness, in his inner life. As a rule no such bridge is
    • to us in waking life from the moment of waking to the moment of
    • consciousness too, we know from ordinary life that in addition to the
    • we can say: On the one hand our conception of the life of soul is such
    • when it is a matter of any comprehensive understanding of the life of
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • there is produced what we call a seed of life — but it is
    • an etheric, not a physical seed of life such as issues from the
    • Think of all the experiences in your life that came from aspiration
    • source of life.
    • not bear immediate fruit. For during the life between birth and death,
    • life of ideas, and in so far as we feel a certain satisfaction in
    • bring life with us when we pass out into the cosmos through the
    • You will now begin to have an inkling of what the life that pervades
    • the universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie in
    • ourselves to be inspired by moral ideals, these will carry forth life,
    • ideals and what works as life-giving force in the physical world, even
    • extinguishing effect upon life. In our theoretical ideas the
    • energy are imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • producing in the solid organism — seeds of Life. (etheric)
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • As doers, as men of action, we have our place in social life and
    • death has a certain significance in this social life.
    • factor in life can be characterized from one aspect or another; the
    • social life — without our identifying ourselves in thought with
    • that in this life of thought, will is also active; will is then
    • something will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • us by life. If our life has been rich in experiences we have a rich
    • thought-content; if our life experiences have been meagre, we have a
    • destiny — to a certain extent. But within this life of thought
    • ourselves in the life of thought — all this is inherently our
    • own. The will in our life of thought is our own.
    • If we study this life of thought in careful self-examination we shall
    • Now it is possible to attain complete freedom m our inner life if we
    • from outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • enters into speech. In ordinary life at least, it is so, and it is
    • beyond our organic life and pass over to activity that is liberated,
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • our organic life. We accompany such actions with our thoughts,
    • Our inner life is constantly deepened when we send will — our own
    • we live a life of thought; we permeate this with the will and thus
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  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • and energy die away to nullity; but man's moral thinking imbues life
    • the life of thought with the will. — Pure thinking: irradiation of
    • the life of thought by will. — This leads to Freedom. —
    • Irradiation of the life of will by thoughts leads to Love. — The
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • That is a materialistic interpretation of spiritual life. We could
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
    • the twentieth century become clairvoyant to life in the etheric world
    • life situations are assessed, and even more frequently in the general
    • body, which could have supported his life for decades. This ether body
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • human life in its entirety.
    • experiences were tragic. During his entire life he
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • somebody who sacrifices his life for his people is not fully conscious
    • of life alter this death. He believes that there is more to a people's
    • message to him for his life between death and rebirth was that he
    • should continue to work with us after death as he had done in life,
    • want not only theory, but life. Thus we wish to point out that when
    • Sometimes life offers us an opportunity to see how human logic alone
    • Ahriman. The black cross in itself represents life when it strives to
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • That is a materialistic interpretation of spiritual life. We could
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
    • the twentieth century become clairvoyant to life in the etheric world
    • life situations are assessed, and even more frequently in the general
    • body, which could have supported his life for decades. This ether body
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • human life in its entirety.
    • experiences were tragic. During his entire life he
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • somebody who sacrifices his life for his people is not fully conscious
    • of life alter this death. He believes that there is more to a people's
    • message to him for his life between death and rebirth was that he
    • should continue to work with us after death as he had done in life,
    • want not only theory, but life. Thus we wish to point out that when
    • Sometimes life offers us an opportunity to see how human logic alone
    • Ahriman. The black cross in itself represents life when it strives to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • already known to us. Many things connected with the religious life and
    • things related to the deeper conceptions of life and the world which
    • outstanding significance in the Christian view of life.
    • other problems connected with views of life and the world. The
    • man's life of soul, we say: In times of remote antiquity men were able
    • to lead a spiritual life approximating far more closely to the Divine
    • divine-spiritual life shone with greater strength into the human soul.
    • acquired the faculty of judgment necessary in physical life, namely,
    • again he must fill this inner kernel of his life of soul with what has
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • other sins of ordinary life which are to be attributed entirely to
    • What a man does in ordinary life proceeds from the impulses of his
    • man in ordinary life — it is the word ‘Personality’. This
    • character. But we are so entangled in material life when we act out of
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • achieved. In these heights of spiritual life man must be able to draw
    • Impulse to permeate the whole of our spiritual life. If on the one
    • they have no life. Not until we cease to regard these thoughts as our
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    • already known to us. Many things connected with the religious life and
    • things related to the deeper conceptions of life and the world which
    • outstanding significance in the Christian view of life.
    • other problems connected with views of life and the world. The
    • man's life of soul, we say: In times of remote antiquity men were able
    • to lead a spiritual life approximating far more closely to the Divine
    • divine-spiritual life shone with greater strength into the human soul.
    • acquired the faculty of judgment necessary in physical life, namely,
    • again he must fill this inner kernel of his life of soul with what has
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • other sins of ordinary life which are to be attributed entirely to
    • What a man does in ordinary life proceeds from the impulses of his
    • man in ordinary life — it is the word ‘Personality’. This
    • character. But we are so entangled in material life when we act out of
    • they are abstract ideas, lacking the full-blooded vigour of personal life.
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • achieved. In these heights of spiritual life man must be able to draw
    • Impulse to permeate the whole of our spiritual life. If on the one
    • they have no life. Not until we cease to regard these thoughts as our
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • life on the old Atlantean continent was transformed into life on the
    • new continents — that is, our life. We speak of the first, the
    • body; and in the old Indian, what we call the etheric or life body.
    • epoch, that which we characterize as Life-Spirit, and which in
    • etheric or life body, on the old Sun, and that now a special
    • done upon the etheric or life-body during the old Sun; man came upon the
    • lives its inner life; and in our fifth post-Atlantean epoch it lives
    • worlds ... And thus it will be later with the Life-Spirit, or Budhi,
    • development: their physical body, etheric or life body, and astral
    • beyond himself. The Christ will deepen the inner life of man, but also
    • sincere, what brings his inner life to such depths as can come only
    • have been able to determine. But it was a different kind of life; for,
    • beginning from the baptism, this life of Christ in the body of Jesus
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    • life on the old Atlantean continent was transformed into life on the
    • new continents — that is, our life. We speak of the first, the
    • body; and in the old Indian, what we call the etheric or life body.
    • epoch, that which we characterize as Life-Spirit, and which in
    • etheric or life body, on the old Sun, and that now a special
    • done upon the etheric or life-body during the old Sun; man came upon the
    • lives its inner life; and in our fifth post-Atlantean epoch it lives
    • worlds ... And thus it will be later with the Life-Spirit, or Budhi,
    • development: their physical body, etheric or life body, and astral
    • beyond himself. The Christ will deepen the inner life of man, but also
    • sincere, what brings his inner life to such depths as can come only
    • have been able to determine. But it was a different kind of life; for,
    • beginning from the baptism, this life of Christ in the body of Jesus
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • Anthroposophy in its direct contact with life. Anthroposophists will
    • life, which in themselves point to the statements of spiritual
    • many facts in ordinary life of which it may be said that man would
    • Today we shall begin by pointing out two experiences of human life,
    • They are well known to us in daily life, but are as a rule not put in
    • such a way that we start from the simplest occurrences in daily life.
    • an automobile or a train in motion for the first time in his life will
    • which he cannot connect with earlier experiences in life astonish him.
    • Let us keep this truth of everyday life clearly before our minds and
    • indeed brought in contact with a great many things in daily life
    • connected with the occurrences of daily life. In waking-life we are
    • pursue us throughout life; and we know furthermore that the existence
    • waking life, would cause us the most terrible stings of conscience.
    • waking-life.
    • just seen that we are amazed at what does not fit into our life as we
    • amazement of ordinary life, there is nothing particular in it other
    • something now enters his life which was formerly not there, something
    • things, to explain occurrences of everyday life, because he is able to
    • a different state between the time of his birth and a previous life,
    • impossible if man did not enter this earthly life out of a previous
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    • Anthroposophy in its direct contact with life. Anthroposophists will
    • life, which in themselves point to the statements of spiritual
    • many facts in ordinary life of which it may be said that man would
    • Today we shall begin by pointing out two experiences of human life,
    • They are well known to us in daily life, but are as a rule not put in
    • such a way that we start from the simplest occurrences in daily life.
    • an automobile or a train in motion for the first time in his life will
    • which he cannot connect with earlier experiences in life astonish him.
    • Let us keep this truth of everyday life clearly before our minds and
    • indeed brought in contact with a great many things in daily life
    • connected with the occurrences of daily life. In waking-life we are
    • pursue us throughout life; and we know furthermore that the existence
    • waking life, would cause us the most terrible stings of conscience.
    • waking-life.
    • just seen that we are amazed at what does not fit into our life as we
    • amazement of ordinary life, there is nothing particular in it other
    • something now enters his life which was formerly not there, something
    • things, to explain occurrences of everyday life, because he is able to
    • a different state between the time of his birth and a previous life,
    • impossible if man did not enter this earthly life out of a previous
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    • develops, will be a very important impulse in anthroposophical life
    • Art. Our aim, of course, is that the spiritual life shall be carried
    • important to bring this spiritual life into Art is that Spiritual
    • part of actual life, and take practical effect there. It was
    • cleverness, but that its very life can pour vigour into that of Art.
    • those of external life, can be presented in artistic form. If it were
    • domains and spheres of life.
    • domains of life, and in the occult life too, is brought home in Course
    • have discovered that in our stream of spiritual life, things are not
    • in our Movement, the basis of anthroposophical life must be this
    • re-edit the remaining sixth ... yet in the theosophical life we
    • impulse was there brought into the occult life.
    • life during which he has become Buddha, can never again appear on the earth.
    • Only we must have the right to bring to theosophical life the results
    • The Story of My Life,
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    • and start a family very early in life, it devolved upon the other,
    • wish to question the big man about his life, and the latter replied:
    • earth the life of which you know.” Then he let the little man go
    • importance in life....
    • the physical world and her life continues there. The trend of the two
    • the Earth with its forces of life, provided the element of substance,
    • Light can be shed upon a great deal that comes our way in life, if
    • highest degree at the vistas of spiritual life opened up by the
    • civilisations; this wisdom will be unleashed when the spiritual life
    • yonder there will flow a mighty stream of spiritual life, containing,
    • into the spiritual life along the path revealed by Spiritual Science.
    • the founts of spiritual life from Christian Mysticism and Christian
    • Western spiritual life is justified in face of the other phases of
    • further the development of the occult life! And the fact that we would
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • in human life than the “scientific attitude.” I do not, of
    • in relation to the life of feeling, our first question will be: How
    • in his intellect and reason. Thus it may well happen that in his life
    • depths in the life of soul, it may well be cleverer than the intellect
    • we are in our life of intellect and reason. This indicates quite
    • the life of soul is something that came over from the Old Moon period.
    • to become as clever in his life of intellect and reason as he became
    • in his life of feeling during the Old Moon period of evolution. Someone
    • influenced by the intellect. If the life of feeling had remained
    • of science too, of course, represent activity in the life of soul, but
    • the life of abstract reason and intellect, into the domain of the
    • projects itself into life. It is naturally veiled from the normal
    • intercourse with one another and in external life which does not
    • something comes into our earthly life which cuts across the ordinary
    • clergyman, not merely in their intellectual life, but in their hearts
    • worked not only through the life of intellect and reason but also
    • spiritual life in religion. That the rites in this case had not
    • connected with the spiritual life. What is to be expected, in the
    • discern the presence of law. And so if we study life, in what
    • but in that case his own life of soul would not have been implicated
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  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • work always brings a realisation of the unity of theosophical life all
    • life of soul were not always as they are today. In primeval times of
    • B.C. when man's life of soul began to assume the form and character
    • living memories arose of entirely different circumstances of life,
    • The materialist says that man's life of soul has unfolded, by degrees,
    • which are also to be found in lower forms of life. Spiritual Science,
    • however, makes it clear that the elements of “soul-life” as
    • think of the Creators of these three manifestations of the life of
    • before us, only because the foundations of this threefold life of soul
    • manifestation in outer form, the threefold life of soul that had been
    • threefold life of soul. Thus man elaborated Earth-substance according
    • to the laws of his life of soul, made Earth-substance subject to the
    • plan underlying his life of soul, and became Earth-Man; he fashioned
    • allusion to a connection between the spiritual life of ancient Finland
    • origin and life among the people, the Kalewala quite naturally
    • spiritual life? We are everywhere at home, for Spiritual Science is
    • holiest and most sacred to them and is now coming to life again so
    • the very root — nerve of theosophical life. We are standing on
    • Post-Atlantean epoch is that spiritual life is all interwoven,
    • intertwined, entangled with life on the physical plane. But in that
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  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • WHEN we think of all the achievements of the spiritual life, all the
    • certain forms of spiritual life there is a decline, followed again, in
    • and their Art, and of the wise ordering of civic life in Greece and
    • Rome, whereby a certain harmony in the conditions of life on the
    • human being and life on the physical plane has waned, together with
    • has had eyes only for the life of a man between birth and death, and
    • its continuance in a simple heavenly life, the Oriental world
    • the personality, of the single life of the human being. Only now, when
    • we are on the threshold of a great change in the spiritual life, are
    • and will add something of untold significance to human life. The West
    • fragments which make their appearance in the life of the human being
    • the life of Elijah and his place in the history of human evolution are
    • And then we may think of another life, the life of the personality
    • in John the Baptist. We add to our understanding of the single life a
    • the very first, his life gave promise of all his subsequent greatness.
    • span of a short life, we see him rise step by step to heights of fame.
    • What is there to be said about this remarkable life? Think of the
    • filling the Mystery with new life. Here again is a heralding of
    • to understand how the forces develop in the same soul from life to
    • life, and to discern the effects of earlier causes. The Baptist was
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    • arises in life and in the sphere of philosophy. Study of Spiritual
    • about the primal origins or the ultimate and highest meaning of life.
    • of life is beyond our reach? ”
    • have recognised that “evolution” is a reality in the life of
    • as the human being can feel no wonder at the phenomena of life around
    • him, so long is his life vapid and thoughtless, and he asks without
    • man's life of soul?
    • away, then something is lacking in his moral life. The human being on
    • must be able to pass out beyond his own earthly life, he must be able
    • is in the physical body. In ordinary life he will desire this or that;
    • life.
    • separate by a body of flesh from what pours into his life of soul from
    • undivided existence in which a single flow of spiritual life pervaded
    • prevailing in existence, had not yet received into the life of soul
    • in the life of soul. That is precisely the mission of Earth-evolution!
    • slaves as a necessary principle of human life; we must also remember
    • Nazareth” in order that for three years of his life the Christ
    • life in us as wonder — passes, finally, to the Christ, weaving
    • Christ Impulse penetrates more and more deeply into the life and
    • life of feeling if, after the many attempts made through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • he ascend into the region of Divine Spiritual life. The Initiate of
    • consciousness, in their knowledge and in their life of soul. Then came
    • proceeded in this way, the experiences arising in man's life of soul
    • — dim and lifeless at that — of perception which derives
    • of the ancient Gods. A time is approaching when in their life of soul
    • knowledge to life once again, but in an entirely new form. The lecture
    • personality, whose life between birth and death runs its course on the
    • and more to the onflowing life of the Individuality. I have spoken of
    • continuous thread of the soul, the onflowing life of the one
    • It must, however, be realised that just as the transition from life
    • inspired by the astral body to a spiritual life of soul, primarily in
    • must work our way from life in the consciousness soul to life in the
    • man's whole picture of life must carry the sure conviction that when
    • very truth. We must learn to see life in the light of such a fact and
    • content of their life of soul, their hopes, aspirations and so forth,
    • into the life of the child! With this knowledge, success may come
    • distant when the very facts of life will compel people to take account
    • beings at a later age of life. To begin with, a man may be quite
    • This person comes into his life of dream and various things happen
    • life. Whereas previously he felt that certain impulses were urging him
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    • importance in the life of the human being as he stands before us on
    • different character from those available to him during life in the
    • instrument of the memory is the ether-body, or life-body. The
    • ether-body is actively in operation through the whole life of man on
    • this ether- or life-body which carries remembrances, memory
    • pictures, from one period in life across to the other. The instrument
    • be able to carry the remembrances of our life across the period
    • life-body. This is the interval after death during which the
    • past life spreads out like a great panorama, a great tableau. This
    • life-tableau” can only appear to us because after death we
    • instrument, and something takes place while this life-tableau is
    • before us after death. This whole life tableau is gathered into,
    • “inscribed” as it were, into the universal life-ether
    • life-ether. What was retained at the beginning for a few days only, is
    • now inscribed in the universal life-ether in which we live
    • life-tableau that has been inscribed into the universal life-ether.
    • life remain accessible.
    • That we are able to preserve what is contained in our life of
    • after death it is still preserved, in the universal life-ether. There
    • existence, preserved in the universal life-ether. Thus in the man of
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    • inner life. According to whether selfishness, or selfless love and
    • forces of selfless thoughts enter into the spiritual life of
    • that has form, shape, life — everything that takes on shape
    • way to Christ will be found in the Spirit, out of the life of soul.
    • the Buddha-life, of its fundamental character, and proceed as I did
    • the beings of Mars. And now take the life of Buddha, and observe how
    • Buddha-life was a kind of preparation for a higher mission; that it
    • direct continuation. You may compare much in the Buddha-life with the
    • Progress in the spiritual life is still more clearly perceptible. It
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • and from the vast cosmic-human background against which the life of
    • of concrete, practical life. To be sure, the representatives of this
    • “practical side of life” as they are pleased to call it,
    • Steiner created a science of knowledge embracing every domain of life
    • cosmic realities which imbue human life with meaning and even now
    • of the single life. Through study, through imagination and
    • of Modern Spiritual Life, and Christianity as Mystical Fact.
    • life and lead it forward. He still saw hope of being able, through the
    • widening the ideas and giving them life so that they might conform to
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    • Thus we set up a life-aim, which in a certain way is self-understood
    • for every thinking and feeling person, a life-aim that includes the
    • life to sublime things. We will have to survey wide reaches of time if
    • concerns of our souls, something that grips our innermost soul-life.
    • Only apparently does the man who strives toward the heights of life
    • our own time. We know that no life remains without fruit; we know that
    • of life. Just out of such a picture our narrow vision can be expanded
    • mementos of the past physical life he gave to the deceased certain
    • utensils and possessions suited to the needs of physical life. Thus
    • physical life. All that we describe today as the attachment to matter
    • External life runs its course between birth and death. Man lives a
    • much longer life after death, in what we know as kamaloca and the
    • live between birth and death! That life cannot be compared to the life
    • dissimilar than the experiences of outer life. During the Egyptian
    • external life repeats itself from the third into the fifth period, so
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    • of our soul life.
    • life again become spiritual. In the fifth post-Atlantean period,
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    • the post-Atlantean descendants if we steep ourselves in the soul-life
    • relationships of life. For them the true day-consciousness, in which
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    • important event in the inner life, in the real spiritual life of man.
    • meditation, and how this filled the would-be initiate's life of
    • later yearned. Hence it was a great moment in his spiritual life when
    • everyday life. It is not only in school that pupils sometimes fail to
    • the ancient Sun he saw shape itself as life, what on the
    • which on Earth enables the inner human life to develop love from the
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    • support life as we know it here on earth. We must also say that
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    • Egyptian conception of life. Although there were later additions and
    • life remained in the Egyptian religious views.
    • to achieve a soul-life within man.
    • his soul life. For the Eleusinian initiate, this was what the
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    • life became weaker upon leaving the physical plane at night.
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    • the spiritual life, for we must not forget that what is really to be
    • spiritual world. Thus the life of man in the physical world evolved
    • with matter. He saw space as altogether composed of life, as something
    • appearance of life. The Greek expressed in the physical what lived in
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    • himself for a new life, the consciousness-condition of Devachan, where
    • In order to understand how life in kamaloka differs from life in
    • during his life a person was a gourmet, taking great pleasure in
    • pleased him most in life. For this reason he suffers after death until
    • an ego-consciousness there, such as he had in this life. He is not yet
    • independent there. In the Devachanic life he feels like a limb, like
    • When man entered into Devachan from an Egyptian or a Greek life, his
    • incarnation and the life after death. Through the fact that man
    • experience. The principle of initiation is that, even during his life,
    • world during this life, having experiences that do not die out with
    • able to say, “I will imitate the life and work of the Christ; I
    • during his life, to purify his physical, etheric, and astral bodies in
    • life, to abandon these bodies, yet to leave them capable of life,
    • while they are capable of life, and to attain these forces, many
    • life of today.
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    • life on the other side, the spiritual side, of existence? For this
    • When in his daily life man lets the impressions of the senses work
    • upon him, these impressions bring certain fruits for the ordinary life
    • within and beyond the physical life. When it was between birth and
    • in the meantime. This was not significant only for life on the
    • Palestine had for the other side of life, where the souls of the
    • whom they could give only the teaching that “Life is suffering;
    • illuminate again their shadowy life in Devachan. The more man
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    • about the life of the Greeks. This world of artistic creations, into
    • the spiritual life. The majority of men today have no inkling of the
    • mass of spirit is thus diverted from life for the higher worlds. The
    • life, of our bodily needs. Since everything in the world is limited,
    • the feeling-life of the ancient Egyptians. Then we may ask how this
    • and this caused something special for the spiritual life.
    • When a man dies today he has a life in kamaloka, after which comes a
    • relatively long life in Devachan. But this is already a result of the
    • condition depends upon this. We cling to our life between birth and
    • but the science of the spirit is life. Its truth can be checked
    • life was interwoven with the lives of forty-two ancestors. Therefore
    • practical for life, but which could also be turned to good account for
    • the time beyond death, for the life between death and a new birth. In
    • the world of the stars. This sight comes to life again in a certain
    • connections. Life becomes great and powerful, and we feel our way into
    • life.
    • up to the sun of the spiritual life.
    • practical life, they can give impulses for what he must create. People
    • pusillanimous rather than bold through his life in the science of the
    • of will, an impulse to carry the science of the spirit into life and
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    • mean to speak truly of his inner life, his life of soul, we shall not
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • present in the world, so there are two poles in man's life of soul.
    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • of external life.
    • Anthroposophy we know that in waking life the four members of a man's
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • as life is concerned we can do nothing directly to it, for in
    • the waking life of day, our will is influenced only in an indirect
    • sleeps in respect of his conceptual life when he is asleep. The life
    • of will sleeps by day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • to these two poles. The whole life of soul moves in various nuances
    • by bringing this microcosmic life of soul into relation with the
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
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    • mean to speak truly of his inner life, his life of soul, we shall not
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • present in the world, so there are two poles in man's life of soul.
    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • of external life.
    • Anthroposophy we know that in waking life the four members of a man's
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • as life is concerned we can do nothing directly to it, for in
    • the waking life of day, our will is influenced only in an indirect
    • sleeps in respect of his conceptual life when he is asleep. The life
    • of will sleeps by day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • to these two poles. The whole life of soul moves in various nuances
    • by bringing this microcosmic life of soul into relation with the
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
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    • scientists, is merely the cessation of life. Death is regarded merely
    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • experience the spiritual life through the conscious Spiritual Soul.
    • the Spiritual Soul, may break through into the spiritual life. If man
    • the Spirit: which from henceforward must fertilise all cultural life,
    • artistic life which must pass into the evolution of humanity in future
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • subconscious into the conscious life. Indeed, we must say that what comes
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • intimate the social life of man will tend to become! Certainly it will
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    • scientists, is merely the cessation of life. Death is regarded merely
    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • experience the spiritual life through the conscious Spiritual Soul.
    • the Spiritual Soul, may break through into the spiritual life. If man
    • the Spirit: which from henceforward must fertilise all cultural life,
    • artistic life which must pass into the evolution of humanity in future
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • subconscious into the conscious life. Indeed, we must say that what comes
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • intimate the social life of man will tend to become! Certainly it will
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    • souls from mere knowledge and theory into immediate life, into an elixir of
    • life. In this way, anthroposophy not only provides us with knowledge, but
    • existence as well as in the total life that we spend during physical existence
    • we experience anthroposophy as bringing to us strength, support and life
    • strengthening of life, why do we have to acquire so much of what appears
    • some of the easy-going ways of life that become manifest when we are
    • difficult tasks, and that nothing in life demands more in the way of
    • view how anthroposophy can be fruitful in life.
    • everyday life — a question known to all of us. How can we find comfort in
    • life when we have to suffer in one way or another, when we fail to find
    • satisfaction in life? In other words, let us ask ourselves how anthroposophy
    • Why do we need comfort, consolation in life? Because we may be sad
    • am I afflicted by this pain? Why is life not arranged for me in such a way
    • example relating to the ordinary life between birth and death. Let us
    • to support himself. As a result, life hits him with pain and privation. It is
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • Even a simple consideration of life between birth and death can lead to this
    • view. If we look at the totality of life, however, and if we face our karma as
    • golden rules of life that we all carry in us a wiser man than we ourselves
    • life is less wise. If it was left to this less wise person in us to make a
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    • souls from mere knowledge and theory into immediate life, into an elixir of
    • life. In this way, anthroposophy not only provides us with knowledge, but
    • existence as well as in the total life that we spend during physical existence
    • we experience anthroposophy as bringing to us strength, support and life
    • strengthening of life, why do we have to acquire so much of what appears
    • some of the easy-going ways of life that become manifest when we are
    • difficult tasks, and that nothing in life demands more in the way of
    • view how anthroposophy can be fruitful in life.
    • everyday life — a question known to all of us. How can we find comfort in
    • life when we have to suffer in one way or another, when we fail to find
    • satisfaction in life? In other words, let us ask ourselves how anthroposophy
    • Why do we need comfort, consolation in life? Because we may be sad
    • am I afflicted by this pain? Why is life not arranged for me in such a way
    • example relating to the ordinary life between birth and death. Let us
    • to support himself. As a result, life hits him with pain and privation. It is
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • Even a simple consideration of life between birth and death can lead to this
    • view. If we look at the totality of life, however, and if we face our karma as
    • golden rules of life that we all carry in us a wiser man than we ourselves
    • life is less wise. If it was left to this less wise person in us to make a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • to active soul life.
    • In relation to our moral life, our understanding of the world, and in
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • intellectual and emotional life, and they wished to experience the effect
    • earthly life in which his eyes, if they had developed as they would have
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • the human sense, life and psychic organs unselfish. It is now man's task
    • to learn unselfishness in his moral and intellectual life through his
    • unselfishness for the intellectual and moral life of future humanity, we
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
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    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • to active soul life.
    • In relation to our moral life, our understanding of the world, and in
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • intellectual and emotional life, and they wished to experience the effect
    • earthly life in which his eyes, if they had developed as they would have
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • the human sense, life and psychic organs unselfish. It is now man's task
    • to learn unselfishness in his moral and intellectual life through his
    • unselfishness for the intellectual and moral life of future humanity, we
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • The Course of My Life
    • earth lives, and the echoing-on into a man's later earth-life of causes going
    • back to a previous life of his on earth. This is what we call the law of
    • this knowledge; it follows from all the habits of thought in modern life and
    • unprejudiced observation of life, an unbiased outlook on the enigmas with
    • may be in a man's life. This element of enigma can certainly not be solved
    • of himself, or his fellow-men of him, that throughout his life he is pursued
    • significance for all we have to say about the value of human life, about the
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • give him up. Her life continued its extraordinary, alternating course. The
    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • the value of a life thus pursued by misfortune? This at any rate shows us
    • single human life only were taken into account. Ordinary habits of thought
    • may at least be challenged to look beyond a single human life, when we have
    • concept of the value of human life can fit in with what this life went
    • his life cannot become a reality because of the many hindrances
    • comes to life. We feel that to be justified in speaking of good or bad
    • fortune, we must rise to the level of human life. And again, even in
    • speaking of human life, we soon notice a limit beyond which we can no
    • life may be directly hindered, frustrated, destroyed. We feel that we cannot
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    • The Course of My Life
    • earth lives, and the echoing-on into a man's later earth-life of causes going
    • back to a previous life of his on earth. This is what we call the law of
    • this knowledge; it follows from all the habits of thought in modern life and
    • unprejudiced observation of life, an unbiased outlook on the enigmas with
    • may be in a man's life. This element of enigma can certainly not be solved
    • of himself, or his fellow-men of him, that throughout his life he is pursued
    • significance for all we have to say about the value of human life, about the
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • give him up. Her life continued its extraordinary, alternating course. The
    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • the value of a life thus pursued by misfortune? This at any rate shows us
    • single human life only were taken into account. Ordinary habits of thought
    • may at least be challenged to look beyond a single human life, when we have
    • concept of the value of human life can fit in with what this life went
    • his life cannot become a reality because of the many hindrances
    • comes to life. We feel that to be justified in speaking of good or bad
    • fortune, we must rise to the level of human life. And again, even in
    • speaking of human life, we soon notice a limit beyond which we can no
    • life may be directly hindered, frustrated, destroyed. We feel that we cannot
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  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • the first periods of life, and it is many years since I first
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • birth into this earthly life.
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • later life.
    • human life for human actions to be instilled into the essence of the
    • contains all that man takes with him into his further life of soul and
    • that we do in life. Then we go outward again, together with everything
    • fact is that all that happens in the moral life, and all that happens
    • and in our next earthly life it is incorporated in the human being
    • earthly life, at the beginning of our next life on earth.
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    • the first periods of life, and it is many years since I first
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • birth into this earthly life.
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • later life.
    • human life for human actions to be instilled into the essence of the
    • contains all that man takes with him into his further life of soul and
    • that we do in life. Then we go outward again, together with everything
    • fact is that all that happens in the moral life, and all that happens
    • and in our next earthly life it is incorporated in the human being
    • earthly life, at the beginning of our next life on earth.
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • life of the present day, why such a movement is necessary. And it is easy to
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • life. In this way the eternal meaning is disclosed of what occurs in the
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • and immortal life of the soul.
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • affecting life in a way which must extend beyond the limits of generalities.
    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
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    • life of the present day, why such a movement is necessary. And it is easy to
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • life. In this way the eternal meaning is disclosed of what occurs in the
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • and immortal life of the soul.
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • affecting life in a way which must extend beyond the limits of generalities.
    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • theory of life as developed by anthroposophy will have been outlined.
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • comprehend the laws of karma if you view life in this manner.
    • schooling; the aspirant must view life in these ways. He does not,
    • who views life thus with an open mind is prepared to receive mystical
    • simple. It is essential, therefore, that one have one's thought-life
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • In pondering the demands everyday life makes it becomes clear that it
    • sentences. One must allow such sentences to quicken and come to life
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • important aspects of soul life, through commercial channels. Occult
    • sometimes the hardships of life itself can develop. There are three
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • love-filled existence and his life becomes one of divine worship, all
    • the Way of Life!
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    • theory of life as developed by anthroposophy will have been outlined.
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • comprehend the laws of karma if you view life in this manner.
    • schooling; the aspirant must view life in these ways. He does not,
    • who views life thus with an open mind is prepared to receive mystical
    • simple. It is essential, therefore, that one have one's thought-life
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • In pondering the demands everyday life makes it becomes clear that it
    • sentences. One must allow such sentences to quicken and come to life
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • important aspects of soul life, through commercial channels. Occult
    • sometimes the hardships of life itself can develop. There are three
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • love-filled existence and his life becomes one of divine worship, all
    • the Way of Life!
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • appear during earthly life. During earthly life there is a continuous
    • certain extent a destructive process. Our life would be much shorter
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • life of the body. But when a damming up is brought about by an
    • life-forces through the etheric in streaming downward. You could say
    • arrangements in all social life need to be related to what can be
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • appear during earthly life. During earthly life there is a continuous
    • certain extent a destructive process. Our life would be much shorter
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • life of the body. But when a damming up is brought about by an
    • life-forces through the etheric in streaming downward. You could say
    • arrangements in all social life need to be related to what can be
  • Title: Isis and Madonna
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    • for art. And all through life Goethe showed in his creations how art
    • significant moment in his life that was an instance of this kind of
    • unfolded in his soul those spiritual images that give life within him
    • lifetime entered the same region which otherwise can be entered only
    • Isis, but the “crux ansata” which is the sign of life. Whereas here
    • from the physical Isis physical substance of life is offered, there is
    • offered the spirit of life in its symbol. Behind the physical Mother
    • of life there appears the spiritual Mother of life; behind her again
    • the primal force of all life, represented with the life force, just as
    • life. This is why he makes Faust go to the Mothers and why the name
    • need he fear that it will become stiff and lifeless when it finds
    • of primeval life, something much more living than all it is possible
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    • for art. And all through life Goethe showed in his creations how art
    • significant moment in his life that was an instance of this kind of
    • unfolded in his soul those spiritual images that give life within him
    • lifetime entered the same region which otherwise can be entered only
    • Isis, but the “crux ansata” which is the sign of life. Whereas here
    • from the physical Isis physical substance of life is offered, there is
    • offered the spirit of life in its symbol. Behind the physical Mother
    • of life there appears the spiritual Mother of life; behind her again
    • the primal force of all life, represented with the life force, just as
    • life. This is why he makes Faust go to the Mothers and why the name
    • need he fear that it will become stiff and lifeless when it finds
    • of primeval life, something much more living than all it is possible
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • pertaining to the spiritual life of the soul must therefore be
    • many in our time the most important question in the spiritual life of
    • concerns human souls today when they consider higher aspects of life.
    • Granted, in ordinary life and science the soul does indeed confront
    • attention and devotion. Ordinarily, the soul-spiritual life uses the
    • water, so is this life closely connected with the body, within which
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • event are derived from experiences of the soul in its life within the
    • external life is not meant to be taken metaphorically. It is intended
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • embryonic life, passes through stages of development that resemble
    • valid only in the sphere of spiritual life it presents a rather
    • we may ask if the life of humanity as a whole can be compared with
    • compared with the life of a single man.
    • human life the experiences of childhood are not the same as those of
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • life in the spirit to an existence on earth, and that the spiritual
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • pertaining to the spiritual life of the soul must therefore be
    • many in our time the most important question in the spiritual life of
    • concerns human souls today when they consider higher aspects of life.
    • Granted, in ordinary life and science the soul does indeed confront
    • attention and devotion. Ordinarily, the soul-spiritual life uses the
    • water, so is this life closely connected with the body, within which
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • event are derived from experiences of the soul in its life within the
    • external life is not meant to be taken metaphorically. It is intended
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • embryonic life, passes through stages of development that resemble
    • valid only in the sphere of spiritual life it presents a rather
    • we may ask if the life of humanity as a whole can be compared with
    • compared with the life of a single man.
    • human life the experiences of childhood are not the same as those of
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • life in the spirit to an existence on earth, and that the spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • and fraught with mystery are the ties binding together the spiritual life of
    • etheric or life-body, astral body and ego. Then, within the ego, he has the
    • life spirit and spirit man (see Note 1).
    • the three higher potentials (spirit self, life spirit and spirit man) with the
    • that the higher triad of spirit self, life spirit and spirit man united with
    • in the future through the three principles of spirit self, life spirit and
    • speaking in the far-off past, must begin with spirit self, continue with life
    • your existence, your feeling and thought, your very being, to inject life
    • to imbue it with life and consciousness.
    • The second principle in the Godhead, life spirit, insofar as it has flowed
    • sacrifice” and is reflected in the universe. The pouring of life and
    • spirit man; the kingdom, or will's reflected image, with life spirit.
    • “outpoured,” is comparable with life spirit. The third of the
    • (spirit man) — in other words, to life spirit — you would see
    • Forces as is the seemingly lifeless world around it. The physical body
    • us. The body's life depends upon this continual inflow and outflow of
    • to life in the external world, the observer notices a person's connections
    • Life in one's native community reveals, too, that the qualities linking one
    • one's era. If an ancient Greek should walk into your life, you would have
    • readily out of certain qualities binding him to a common life with others,
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    • and fraught with mystery are the ties binding together the spiritual life of
    • etheric or life-body, astral body and ego. Then, within the ego, he has the
    • life spirit and spirit man (see Note 1).
    • the three higher potentials (spirit self, life spirit and spirit man) with the
    • that the higher triad of spirit self, life spirit and spirit man united with
    • in the future through the three principles of spirit self, life spirit and
    • speaking in the far-off past, must begin with spirit self, continue with life
    • your existence, your feeling and thought, your very being, to inject life
    • to imbue it with life and consciousness.
    • The second principle in the Godhead, life spirit, insofar as it has flowed
    • sacrifice” and is reflected in the universe. The pouring of life and
    • spirit man; the kingdom, or will's reflected image, with life spirit.
    • “outpoured,” is comparable with life spirit. The third of the
    • (spirit man) — in other words, to life spirit — you would see
    • Forces as is the seemingly lifeless world around it. The physical body
    • us. The body's life depends upon this continual inflow and outflow of
    • to life in the external world, the observer notices a person's connections
    • Life in one's native community reveals, too, that the qualities linking one
    • one's era. If an ancient Greek should walk into your life, you would have
    • readily out of certain qualities binding him to a common life with others,
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  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • life. In the wisdom revealed by life, man forms the seed of his next
    • life as the spiritual core of his being ripens. But the deeds of love
    • are not deeds which look for compensation in the next life. By
    • following thoughts concerning human life from birth until death.
    • an “I”, to find his bearings as an “I”, and his life of
    • By the time death is approaching, this life of soul is at its richest and
    • ripest. Hence the vital question arises: What of our life of soul when the
    • body falls away? It is a peculiarity of our physical life and of our
    • life of soul that the wealth of our experience and knowledge increases
    • revealed by life. Love of wisdom is not egoistic, for this love
    • next life will depend upon the acquisition of wisdom in this present
    • life. The effect of Spiritual Science may be an extension of egoism
    • beyond the bounds of this present life, and therein lies danger. Thus
    • Love of the wisdom acquired from life may be compared with the
    • contemplation into the depths of their own soul-life they strove to
    • the wisdom which man acquires in life is only the means whereby the
    • seed of his next life is unfolded. When a plant has completed its
    • acquired from life. Man passes through the Gate of Death and the
    • next life. A man who feels this may become a Mystic and mistake what
    • is only the seed of the next life to be the Divine Spark, the
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    • life. In the wisdom revealed by life, man forms the seed of his next
    • life as the spiritual core of his being ripens. But the deeds of love
    • are not deeds which look for compensation in the next life. By
    • following thoughts concerning human life from birth until death.
    • an “I”, to find his bearings as an “I”, and his life of
    • By the time death is approaching, this life of soul is at its richest and
    • ripest. Hence the vital question arises: What of our life of soul when the
    • body falls away? It is a peculiarity of our physical life and of our
    • life of soul that the wealth of our experience and knowledge increases
    • revealed by life. Love of wisdom is not egoistic, for this love
    • next life will depend upon the acquisition of wisdom in this present
    • life. The effect of Spiritual Science may be an extension of egoism
    • beyond the bounds of this present life, and therein lies danger. Thus
    • Love of the wisdom acquired from life may be compared with the
    • contemplation into the depths of their own soul-life they strove to
    • the wisdom which man acquires in life is only the means whereby the
    • seed of his next life is unfolded. When a plant has completed its
    • acquired from life. Man passes through the Gate of Death and the
    • next life. A man who feels this may become a Mystic and mistake what
    • is only the seed of the next life to be the Divine Spark, the
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • course fix our attention mainly on the times we spend in waking life.
    • his whole existence — even for what he is and does in earthly life.
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • life are the times we spent in sleep as very little children. We
    • our life; in a sense, we only supplement them by what accrues to us
    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • with, darkness of life, emptiness, even non-existence. If we consider our
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • ordinary waking life, man's earthly life and action was far more
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • body does in waking life.
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • astral body, leaving behind the body of our waking life, Angels,
    • as to our ether-body, even in our day-waking life we are not able to
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • course fix our attention mainly on the times we spend in waking life.
    • his whole existence — even for what he is and does in earthly life.
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • life are the times we spent in sleep as very little children. We
    • our life; in a sense, we only supplement them by what accrues to us
    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • with, darkness of life, emptiness, even non-existence. If we consider our
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • ordinary waking life, man's earthly life and action was far more
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • body does in waking life.
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • astral body, leaving behind the body of our waking life, Angels,
    • as to our ether-body, even in our day-waking life we are not able to
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • simple country life, whether they came from large cities or the loneliest
    • of life. The hermits above, immersed in peaceful contemplation and in the
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • He who observes his inner life of thinking, feeling and willing, and the
    • close connection between weather changes and his inner life. "O winter, how
    • and commercial life will grow increasingly strong. The earth's winter can
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • In the inner winter life.
    • The sign of highest life
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • simple country life, whether they came from large cities or the loneliest
    • of life. The hermits above, immersed in peaceful contemplation and in the
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • He who observes his inner life of thinking, feeling and willing, and the
    • close connection between weather changes and his inner life. "O winter, how
    • and commercial life will grow increasingly strong. The earth's winter can
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • In the inner winter life.
    • The sign of highest life
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    • sustains and preserves life, the devil, who is the enemy of the human
    • of various nations, and which touch upon human life, will in our day
    • “very special fluid” which is itself the flowing life of
    • pleasures of life, all that life can offer me in the way of
    • gifts of life, for ‘it is to my pain and suffering that I owe my
    • how the inner life of man, his way of thinking, as it were, impresses
    • “above” or spirit life lying behind them. From the point
    • outlook on life.
    • to man and the higher animals, this blood is practically fluid life.
    • constitutes the very breath of life. Through the absorption of this
    • combustion into red, life-giving fluid. This blood that finds its way
    • use. “Man's liquid life” is therefore a good name to have
    • blood — as well as the rest of life — as though in a
    • yet familiarized themselves with these conceptions of life and of the
    • so-called “lifeless” mineral objects that surround him.
    • principle which calls the inorganic materials into life, which,
    • summoning them from their lifeless condition, weaves them into the
    • thread of life's garment. Do not imagine that this body is to the
    • lifeless. That is what the natural scientists try to do! They try to
    • which they call the life-principle.
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    • sustains and preserves life, the devil, who is the enemy of the human
    • of various nations, and which touch upon human life, will in our day
    • “very special fluid” which is itself the flowing life of
    • pleasures of life, all that life can offer me in the way of
    • gifts of life, for ‘it is to my pain and suffering that I owe my
    • how the inner life of man, his way of thinking, as it were, impresses
    • “above” or spirit life lying behind them. From the point
    • outlook on life.
    • to man and the higher animals, this blood is practically fluid life.
    • constitutes the very breath of life. Through the absorption of this
    • combustion into red, life-giving fluid. This blood that finds its way
    • use. “Man's liquid life” is therefore a good name to have
    • blood — as well as the rest of life — as though in a
    • yet familiarized themselves with these conceptions of life and of the
    • so-called “lifeless” mineral objects that surround him.
    • principle which calls the inorganic materials into life, which,
    • summoning them from their lifeless condition, weaves them into the
    • thread of life's garment. Do not imagine that this body is to the
    • lifeless. That is what the natural scientists try to do! They try to
    • which they call the life-principle.
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    • From the lectures“Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century”
    • Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century.
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • and the conditions of life will be like, if the materialistic direction
    • of spiritual science, our meditative life will enable us to feel eternal,
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    • From the lectures“Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century”
    • Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century.
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • and the conditions of life will be like, if the materialistic direction
    • of spiritual science, our meditative life will enable us to feel eternal,
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • can be extremely useful in everyday life. This usefulness, which is not
    • conclusion. Such constant scurrying in the inner life is the most common
    • alcoholism” that has pervaded the important events of public life. This
    • and responsible positions in public life have had to study as one does
    • public life. But, as a result of their schooling, they are not inwardly
    • enough in life.
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • procedure in later life, it becomes possible to make good much that has
    • wisdom of life that sustains and carries us forward.
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
    • for medicine when a man is ill. What is important is to order life in such a
    • The etheric or life body is the carrier of all life and
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • can be extremely useful in everyday life. This usefulness, which is not
    • conclusion. Such constant scurrying in the inner life is the most common
    • alcoholism” that has pervaded the important events of public life. This
    • and responsible positions in public life have had to study as one does
    • public life. But, as a result of their schooling, they are not inwardly
    • enough in life.
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • procedure in later life, it becomes possible to make good much that has
    • wisdom of life that sustains and carries us forward.
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
    • for medicine when a man is ill. What is important is to order life in such a
    • The etheric or life body is the carrier of all life and
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    • then certainly in the course of life. When I give pedagogical lectures I
    • the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of life, then he does not have
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
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    • then certainly in the course of life. When I give pedagogical lectures I
    • the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of life, then he does not have
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • with life. This view can only arise among those who see things
    • in the most ordinary affairs of everyday life. It is something that can be
    • meet life with assurance and to acquire a firm position in it.
    • But the real facts of life often sweep aside the “practical,” that
    • are many similar examples in life that do not always reach such a striking
    • of the events of life would take a different course if people did not so
    • actual facts of life take their course in obedience to thought if he feels
    • degree that it will always take the right course in life. If he would do this,
    • The vehicle of man's thought life is his astral body
    • Things, however, that are understood — events of everyday life, for
    • absorbed with some trouble in his life. Before he realizes it such things
    • get away from the ordinary routine of life in one's thinking. He must
    • practical life.
    • is lacking in their recollections to produce a really lifelike, graphic
    • life. If he thus trains himself, he will approach and look at the things of
    • these exercises may seem related only to his own innermost life, they are
    • life will differ greatly from those of one whose ability to think is limited
    • knowledge of life through reason. Such a person does not see the reasons
    • the parents of our thoughts. He who knows life knows how difficult it is
    • to unfold a wider perspective of soul life.
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    • with life. This view can only arise among those who see things
    • in the most ordinary affairs of everyday life. It is something that can be
    • meet life with assurance and to acquire a firm position in it.
    • But the real facts of life often sweep aside the “practical,” that
    • are many similar examples in life that do not always reach such a striking
    • of the events of life would take a different course if people did not so
    • actual facts of life take their course in obedience to thought if he feels
    • degree that it will always take the right course in life. If he would do this,
    • The vehicle of man's thought life is his astral body
    • Things, however, that are understood — events of everyday life, for
    • absorbed with some trouble in his life. Before he realizes it such things
    • get away from the ordinary routine of life in one's thinking. He must
    • practical life.
    • is lacking in their recollections to produce a really lifelike, graphic
    • life. If he thus trains himself, he will approach and look at the things of
    • these exercises may seem related only to his own innermost life, they are
    • life will differ greatly from those of one whose ability to think is limited
    • knowledge of life through reason. Such a person does not see the reasons
    • the parents of our thoughts. He who knows life knows how difficult it is
    • to unfold a wider perspective of soul life.
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • approached in these first stages of his life by means of our external
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • life we recapitulate those things which, as man, we have acquired only
    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • incomplete. Man, in the early stages of his life and before his
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • in the Atlantean epoch would so have developed his whole life-culture
    • In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.
    • “In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.”
    • In it is Life,
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • such clarity that it led to the Platonic Philosophy. Then the life of
    • And the Life of the Thought is the Light of the Ego.
    • When man learns to understand the Life of Thought he will understand
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • perceives facts which live in his ordinary life as Memory. He will not
    • And the Memory is Life.
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • approached in these first stages of his life by means of our external
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • life we recapitulate those things which, as man, we have acquired only
    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • incomplete. Man, in the early stages of his life and before his
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • in the Atlantean epoch would so have developed his whole life-culture
    • In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.
    • “In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.”
    • In it is Life,
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • such clarity that it led to the Platonic Philosophy. Then the life of
    • And the Life of the Thought is the Light of the Ego.
    • When man learns to understand the Life of Thought he will understand
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • perceives facts which live in his ordinary life as Memory. He will not
    • And the Memory is Life.
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    • life of the present and future in the way that is customary in our
    • spiritual life primarily concerned with the external and visible
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • genuine community of life among men, a life where everyone feels
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • retain this life in the group soul; the others have risen out of it;
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
    • in opposition to the state that strives most intensively for life in a
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • life in a group soul. He has difficulties with it and he disagrees in
    • death for life. We try to understand how death is the manifestation of
    • form of existence. We describe the life of a man within his body and
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    • life of the present and future in the way that is customary in our
    • spiritual life primarily concerned with the external and visible
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • genuine community of life among men, a life where everyone feels
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • retain this life in the group soul; the others have risen out of it;
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
    • in opposition to the state that strives most intensively for life in a
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • life in a group soul. He has difficulties with it and he disagrees in
    • death for life. We try to understand how death is the manifestation of
    • form of existence. We describe the life of a man within his body and
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    • subjects concerning spiritual life. It may be permissible today,
    • everyday life.
    • of life from a certain exalted level. They raise this objection
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • who are more narrowly inclined toward the care of the inner life
    • The effect of deprivation of light on plant life is well-known. The
    • same light that maintains life in plants makes it possible for us
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • been explained that throughout life the etheric body fights against
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • life is not produced in the right way, it cannot react properly and
    • the unfolding of the actual inner life. When a man is forced to
    • full life. Thus, the astral body's inner flexibility comes up
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • whole of life.
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
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    • subjects concerning spiritual life. It may be permissible today,
    • everyday life.
    • of life from a certain exalted level. They raise this objection
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • who are more narrowly inclined toward the care of the inner life
    • The effect of deprivation of light on plant life is well-known. The
    • same light that maintains life in plants makes it possible for us
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • been explained that throughout life the etheric body fights against
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • life is not produced in the right way, it cannot react properly and
    • the unfolding of the actual inner life. When a man is forced to
    • full life. Thus, the astral body's inner flexibility comes up
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • whole of life.
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
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    • way in each of these epochs of life.
    • other words, he remains with the life of the earth. What Christ is, and
    • the human being and stir the inner life, moving and weaving through it, the
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • nothing more than a phrase that modern life is so full of calamities and
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
    • places what stars and planets reveal through an inner life, so that they
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    • way in each of these epochs of life.
    • other words, he remains with the life of the earth. What Christ is, and
    • the human being and stir the inner life, moving and weaving through it, the
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • nothing more than a phrase that modern life is so full of calamities and
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
    • places what stars and planets reveal through an inner life, so that they
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    • that its life follows the cycle of the seasons. Take for example an insect:
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
    • We may say, therefore, that the insect has a certain direction in its life
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • concept of what we need to arouse in our own soul-life in this age, we have
    • had to consider the various ages of history from many points of view. Life
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    • that its life follows the cycle of the seasons. Take for example an insect:
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
    • We may say, therefore, that the insect has a certain direction in its life
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • concept of what we need to arouse in our own soul-life in this age, we have
    • had to consider the various ages of history from many points of view. Life
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    • existence from life to life and that the main point is that even if he
    • in a subsequent life the results of what he has learned in a given life as
    • become truths for life itself. Let us suppose that one can demonstrate that
    • spiritual life, how the beings of the hierarchies have fashioned earth and
    • of the whole life of the earth. The science of the spirit shows us that
    • through the heart the blood provides the whole organism with life and
    • Christ element, the life of Christ, as this can be attained only through
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    • existence from life to life and that the main point is that even if he
    • in a subsequent life the results of what he has learned in a given life as
    • become truths for life itself. Let us suppose that one can demonstrate that
    • spiritual life, how the beings of the hierarchies have fashioned earth and
    • of the whole life of the earth. The science of the spirit shows us that
    • through the heart the blood provides the whole organism with life and
    • Christ element, the life of Christ, as this can be attained only through
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • what its connection is with ordinary everyday life.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • tells you, we can see human life running its course in
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • knowledge are the same forces that you grow with at the time of life
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • A very important force in ordinary life — and we have discussed it many
    • moment of his life to try and remember something that he cannot
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • So we have the earth's interior in the first period of life; encircling air in
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • You know, these are the most valuable moments in life, when your
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • what its connection is with ordinary everyday life.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • tells you, we can see human life running its course in
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • knowledge are the same forces that you grow with at the time of life
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • A very important force in ordinary life — and we have discussed it many
    • moment of his life to try and remember something that he cannot
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • So we have the earth's interior in the first period of life; encircling air in
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • You know, these are the most valuable moments in life, when your
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
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    • in our soul and spirit life. If one looks at the matter this way, one
    • sleeping through the most important thing of all in life when they do
    • not begin to look at life from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science.
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • course you cannot go about continually asleep in life. Yet the
    • life continuously. Thus there exists a permanent disposition to fall
    • Simply because we are human beings, our soul-life swings to and fro
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • their development. Outwardly, in social life, structures must work so
    • that people do not totally lose their outer connections in life. Hence
    • of man's life that which most people apply only to youth. We sit on
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • their education, that they are ready for the rest of life — at most
    • life if he wishes to tackle the tasks of life. It is vital that we
    • backbone of all social life.
    • to compare the illusions which have sway in social life with present
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
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    • in our soul and spirit life. If one looks at the matter this way, one
    • sleeping through the most important thing of all in life when they do
    • not begin to look at life from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science.
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • course you cannot go about continually asleep in life. Yet the
    • life continuously. Thus there exists a permanent disposition to fall
    • Simply because we are human beings, our soul-life swings to and fro
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • their development. Outwardly, in social life, structures must work so
    • that people do not totally lose their outer connections in life. Hence
    • of man's life that which most people apply only to youth. We sit on
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • their education, that they are ready for the rest of life — at most
    • life if he wishes to tackle the tasks of life. It is vital that we
    • backbone of all social life.
    • to compare the illusions which have sway in social life with present
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
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    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • life of the middle classes was infiltrated by the remains of a life of
    • mid-European life from the thirteenth until the twentieth centuries,
    • culminating in the terrible death-throes of social life that have come
    • soul-life of the widespread middle-class, and that of the descendants
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • collapsed, failed to gain any influence over social life or to produce
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • spiritual life. At the end of the lecture yesterday I spoke of a
    • but which can be deeply indicative for those who study life in its
    • that such a true representative of Middle European life has no inkling
    • vantage-point of a rich life of soul, Hermann Grimm derived his gift
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • essential for the life of the spirit. Here too there is something
    • conditions necessary for the life of the spirit, above all in the
    • social sphere; For the reason why the social life of Middle Europe has
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • they allowed it to be merged with the political life of the State,
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • life of the middle classes was infiltrated by the remains of a life of
    • mid-European life from the thirteenth until the twentieth centuries,
    • culminating in the terrible death-throes of social life that have come
    • soul-life of the widespread middle-class, and that of the descendants
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • collapsed, failed to gain any influence over social life or to produce
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • spiritual life. At the end of the lecture yesterday I spoke of a
    • but which can be deeply indicative for those who study life in its
    • that such a true representative of Middle European life has no inkling
    • vantage-point of a rich life of soul, Hermann Grimm derived his gift
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • essential for the life of the spirit. Here too there is something
    • conditions necessary for the life of the spirit, above all in the
    • social sphere; For the reason why the social life of Middle Europe has
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • they allowed it to be merged with the political life of the State,
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • The Course of My Life,
    • concentrate upon these formulae they feel that divine spiritual life
    • being. The next member is the etheric or life-body which man shares in
    • are galvanized into life, since of themselves they would remain inert.
    • life. All these are the province of the astral body. Man shares this
    • principle of man's being: Spirit Self (Manas), Life Spirit (Buddhi),
    • resembles you in every respect, but it is a lifeless image of
    • with your lifeless image, which resembles you in every detail, but is
    • life. Of such a will we say: it emanates, it pours out its own nature.
    • of man's higher nature, Buddhi or Life Spirit, as an outpouring of the
    • life to the reflected image, but upon the reflected image itself. The
    • the same time by virtue of the “Great Sacrifice” pours life into
    • Godhead, Buddhi or Life Spirit “the Kingdom”, and Manas or Spirit
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • The second principle is the etheric or life-body. We must realize that
    • life. Then think how painfully slow are the changes in your etheric
    • Therefore it is important for man's life in the community that his
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    • The Course of My Life,
    • concentrate upon these formulae they feel that divine spiritual life
    • being. The next member is the etheric or life-body which man shares in
    • are galvanized into life, since of themselves they would remain inert.
    • life. All these are the province of the astral body. Man shares this
    • principle of man's being: Spirit Self (Manas), Life Spirit (Buddhi),
    • resembles you in every respect, but it is a lifeless image of
    • with your lifeless image, which resembles you in every detail, but is
    • life. Of such a will we say: it emanates, it pours out its own nature.
    • of man's higher nature, Buddhi or Life Spirit, as an outpouring of the
    • life to the reflected image, but upon the reflected image itself. The
    • the same time by virtue of the “Great Sacrifice” pours life into
    • Godhead, Buddhi or Life Spirit “the Kingdom”, and Manas or Spirit
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • The second principle is the etheric or life-body. We must realize that
    • life. Then think how painfully slow are the changes in your etheric
    • Therefore it is important for man's life in the community that his
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • us hither and thither on the turbulent waves of life often without our
    • his conscious mental life; the fact is that this spirituality is at
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • flow, life-processes are taking place. The will takes effect in the
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • illumination will be shed upon it. Waking life arouses in us sympathy
    • In normal life we do not notice the constant interplay of sympathies
    • and antipathies in the life of soul. But we become aware of it when
    • unfolds the element of antipathy in his life of feeling so strongly
    • that it plays into his waking life, his whole being is permeated with
    • say, to an abnormal intensification of the one pole in the life of
    • led to uttermost evil. The deepest secret of human life is that we
    • which, were they to gain control in the conscious life of a man, would
    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • is the counterbalance for our spent life-forces when it take effect in
    • for the spent life-forces? — the answer is: They are the forces of
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • life, the mental life. The sleeping will lights up in feeling, and
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    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • us hither and thither on the turbulent waves of life often without our
    • his conscious mental life; the fact is that this spirituality is at
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • flow, life-processes are taking place. The will takes effect in the
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • illumination will be shed upon it. Waking life arouses in us sympathy
    • In normal life we do not notice the constant interplay of sympathies
    • and antipathies in the life of soul. But we become aware of it when
    • unfolds the element of antipathy in his life of feeling so strongly
    • that it plays into his waking life, his whole being is permeated with
    • say, to an abnormal intensification of the one pole in the life of
    • led to uttermost evil. The deepest secret of human life is that we
    • which, were they to gain control in the conscious life of a man, would
    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • is the counterbalance for our spent life-forces when it take effect in
    • for the spent life-forces? — the answer is: They are the forces of
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • life, the mental life. The sleeping will lights up in feeling, and
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  • Title: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • questions concerning our inner life and our knowledge of the world;
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • after all, a fact of the life of soul, and one that becomes more and
    • man to continue in his ordinary way of life if he wanted to set out on
    • order of our life; it leaves us free to go forward in everyday life as
    • ordinary life, and what he becomes and is confronted with when he
    • abyss. In ordinary life man is unaware of the abyss; he simply does
    • ordinary life man is protected from crossing the Threshold. Call it
    • cultural renditions that change and develop, but man's life of soul is
    • processes in the life of soul, cannot bear the same meaning for
    • stand firm in extremely difficult and perplexing situations in Life?
    • thought from external objective life is connected also the birth of
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • not misunderstood) becomes, even in ordinary life, cognition on a
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • the instinctive life, where we are able to awaken within us pure love
    • of his life of instinct. He is under necessity so to think that,
    • feeling of life and vitality within him. Although in our age we have
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • there is a quality in his life of soul that the men of old would
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    • questions concerning our inner life and our knowledge of the world;
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • after all, a fact of the life of soul, and one that becomes more and
    • man to continue in his ordinary way of life if he wanted to set out on
    • order of our life; it leaves us free to go forward in everyday life as
    • ordinary life, and what he becomes and is confronted with when he
    • abyss. In ordinary life man is unaware of the abyss; he simply does
    • ordinary life man is protected from crossing the Threshold. Call it
    • cultural renditions that change and develop, but man's life of soul is
    • processes in the life of soul, cannot bear the same meaning for
    • stand firm in extremely difficult and perplexing situations in Life?
    • thought from external objective life is connected also the birth of
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • not misunderstood) becomes, even in ordinary life, cognition on a
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • the instinctive life, where we are able to awaken within us pure love
    • of his life of instinct. He is under necessity so to think that,
    • feeling of life and vitality within him. Although in our age we have
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • there is a quality in his life of soul that the men of old would
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • facts of everyday life.
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • not by virtue of his own spiritual life, but by virtue of some profession
    • earthly world we have but her echo. Having left the pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • can only be forged in the depths of unconscious life when man glows
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • a man can quicken his etheric body into life through his feeling for beauty.
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • facts of everyday life.
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • not by virtue of his own spiritual life, but by virtue of some profession
    • earthly world we have but her echo. Having left the pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • can only be forged in the depths of unconscious life when man glows
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • a man can quicken his etheric body into life through his feeling for beauty.
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • feeling-life, and because it is the most readily approachable for the
    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • and time, taking place in the inner life of man. If we examine the
    • For them the starry world was something full of life. They felt the
    • as might illuminate human life upon the earth.
    • pupil was led to develop a more wide-awake life than normally. The
    • mathematics as we know them could not then exist. The whole of life
    • the surrounding universe than does our waking life to-day. And the
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • priori” experience, when considered in relation to our life on
    • a proof of man's life in the spiritual world before conception. As far
    • about life's phenomena and have no idea what the true origin of
    • through between death and rebirth, and He united Himself with the life
    • actions, for his social life, he has still another unconscious
    • after-effects of his pre-natal life, so does he also experience what
    • passes through the gates of death and becomes the content of life
    • birth and death, which only come to their full blossoming in the life
    • sleep and dream into waking life, were once very active in the
    • Orient, they are kindled in the life between birth and death? One
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    • feeling-life, and because it is the most readily approachable for the
    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • and time, taking place in the inner life of man. If we examine the
    • For them the starry world was something full of life. They felt the
    • as might illuminate human life upon the earth.
    • pupil was led to develop a more wide-awake life than normally. The
    • mathematics as we know them could not then exist. The whole of life
    • the surrounding universe than does our waking life to-day. And the
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • priori” experience, when considered in relation to our life on
    • a proof of man's life in the spiritual world before conception. As far
    • about life's phenomena and have no idea what the true origin of
    • through between death and rebirth, and He united Himself with the life
    • actions, for his social life, he has still another unconscious
    • after-effects of his pre-natal life, so does he also experience what
    • passes through the gates of death and becomes the content of life
    • birth and death, which only come to their full blossoming in the life
    • sleep and dream into waking life, were once very active in the
    • Orient, they are kindled in the life between birth and death? One
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • world-view of Spiritual Science, from a view of life and the world
    • the interests of immediate life. People believe — some as a
    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • the practice of life. It must not float in Cloud-cuckoo land or lose
    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • life of public commerce, our whole social life? It happened little
    • life, but were that to be the case, the post office buildings would
    • life-element of the female soul. Against this we can put the judgment
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • to gain a definite and significant influence in all areas of life. In
    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • life of the first half of the 19th century and sees what sort of
    • in all areas of life (not only in the area of higher education).
    • than was the case in earlier economic life. Woman is not suited to
    • gave him strength and certainty in life — this element was the
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • made by means of a microscope concerning the life and immortality of
    • solve the questions of Life and co-operate in all the cultural
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    • world-view of Spiritual Science, from a view of life and the world
    • the interests of immediate life. People believe — some as a
    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • the practice of life. It must not float in Cloud-cuckoo land or lose
    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • life of public commerce, our whole social life? It happened little
    • life, but were that to be the case, the post office buildings would
    • life-element of the female soul. Against this we can put the judgment
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • to gain a definite and significant influence in all areas of life. In
    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • life of the first half of the 19th century and sees what sort of
    • in all areas of life (not only in the area of higher education).
    • than was the case in earlier economic life. Woman is not suited to
    • gave him strength and certainty in life — this element was the
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • made by means of a microscope concerning the life and immortality of
    • solve the questions of Life and co-operate in all the cultural
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • power in life. Only when we manage to investigate this view of the world
    • differs in childhood, middle life and old age, so too are the powers
    • is to become the very leaven and essential force of life, earnestness
    • study. The fruitfulness of Spiritual Science for life must be shown by
    • things of incisive significance for life.
    • configuration of social life on earth; their aim is to engender in the
    • conditions in the social life of the future.
    • social life but also with man's life of soul. Through the pictures
    • sustain the religious life. If the Church understands itself truly,
    • plane, as the whole of life becomes the expression of the
    • The bestowal on man of complete freedom in the religious life
    • Spiritual Science for the spirit, freedom of religious life for the
    • soul, brotherhood for the bodily life — this resounds like cosmic
    • in life. And I can give you the not very heartening assurance that
    • anyone who goes through life with alert consciousness to-day finds
    • become practical wisdom in the life of humanity — practical, because
    • particularly affect the social life.
    • freedom in matters of religions life, that the only true Christianity
    • religious life.
    • external life of the senses, where the only desire is for a widespread
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    • power in life. Only when we manage to investigate this view of the world
    • differs in childhood, middle life and old age, so too are the powers
    • is to become the very leaven and essential force of life, earnestness
    • study. The fruitfulness of Spiritual Science for life must be shown by
    • things of incisive significance for life.
    • configuration of social life on earth; their aim is to engender in the
    • conditions in the social life of the future.
    • social life but also with man's life of soul. Through the pictures
    • sustain the religious life. If the Church understands itself truly,
    • plane, as the whole of life becomes the expression of the
    • The bestowal on man of complete freedom in the religious life
    • Spiritual Science for the spirit, freedom of religious life for the
    • soul, brotherhood for the bodily life — this resounds like cosmic
    • in life. And I can give you the not very heartening assurance that
    • anyone who goes through life with alert consciousness to-day finds
    • become practical wisdom in the life of humanity — practical, because
    • particularly affect the social life.
    • freedom in matters of religions life, that the only true Christianity
    • religious life.
    • external life of the senses, where the only desire is for a widespread
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • this body. They considered this an advance in the life of the spirit
    • in its progressive evolution and considered life on earth as an
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • life of soul and spirit. Death was something pertaining to Maya, the
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • their spirit-soul life was not ensnared by death. They saw human life
    • only from within. When they looked at birth, human life extended
    • beyond birth, into the spiritual. When they looked at death, the life
    • birth and death had no meaning for life. Life alone was known —
    • else, they had some other conception of the way in which the life of
    • has a meaning and that life on earth is something that ends.This, of
    • intellect, should enter life on earth. But the intellect depends on
    • man's life — was the outward acquaintance with death. If men
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • is the inclusion of death into life. Before Golgotha, the knowledge
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • intellect. Men possessed a comparatively weaker sense of life when
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • this body. They considered this an advance in the life of the spirit
    • in its progressive evolution and considered life on earth as an
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • life of soul and spirit. Death was something pertaining to Maya, the
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • their spirit-soul life was not ensnared by death. They saw human life
    • only from within. When they looked at birth, human life extended
    • beyond birth, into the spiritual. When they looked at death, the life
    • birth and death had no meaning for life. Life alone was known —
    • else, they had some other conception of the way in which the life of
    • has a meaning and that life on earth is something that ends.This, of
    • intellect, should enter life on earth. But the intellect depends on
    • man's life — was the outward acquaintance with death. If men
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • is the inclusion of death into life. Before Golgotha, the knowledge
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • intellect. Men possessed a comparatively weaker sense of life when
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  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • to be an all-important question for the education of the spiritual life.
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • magnitudes, an inner life awakens in the dead “side-by-side.”
    • life flow into Natural Science through Infinitesimal Calculus. The
    • one of the paths to the purification from life in the senses. And just
    • as the mathematician is consistent in life, just as he is able to
    • mathematical laws, so does the Occultist shape life and soul in the
    • real life through his mathematical laws; the Occultist no less so
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • to be an all-important question for the education of the spiritual life.
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • magnitudes, an inner life awakens in the dead “side-by-side.”
    • life flow into Natural Science through Infinitesimal Calculus. The
    • one of the paths to the purification from life in the senses. And just
    • as the mathematician is consistent in life, just as he is able to
    • mathematical laws, so does the Occultist shape life and soul in the
    • real life through his mathematical laws; the Occultist no less so
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • printed during his lifetime. They were anxiously kept away from the
    • youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an adventurous life.
    • and daring, all bear witness to a life full of movement and colour.
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    • printed during his lifetime. They were anxiously kept away from the
    • youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an adventurous life.
    • and daring, all bear witness to a life full of movement and colour.
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    • was printed during his lifetime. They were carefully kept under
    • adventurous life. These things have been adduced against his
    • his passion and daring, all bear witness to a life full of
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    • was printed during his lifetime. They were carefully kept under
    • adventurous life. These things have been adduced against his
    • his passion and daring, all bear witness to a life full of
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • of that which at higher stages appears as fetters. The Life that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • of St. Augustine until the 15th century.) The Life therein is
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • Life of the old Roman Empire. What was first republic, and then
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • for a new Life.
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • of that which at higher stages appears as fetters. The Life that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • of St. Augustine until the 15th century.) The Life therein is
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • Life of the old Roman Empire. What was first republic, and then
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • for a new Life.
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • four objective inner senses. Man's soul-life and his cosmic being. The
    • inner activity of soul-life and its outwardly directed activity. The
    • soul-life, belong to the bodily life. Faculty of ideation dependent
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • The Story of My Life,
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • activity of our own soul-life, and the activity which we direct
    • life, and the twelfth the sense of touch.
    • of a common concept, a concept of what sense-life is supposed to be,
    • point to something of deep significance for the whole of human life.
    • component of our inner life; the sense of sight is directed much more
    • sense of movement, the sense of life and the sense of touch, we come
    • are. Our sense of life is that general perception of how our organs
    • are functioning, of whether they are promoting life or obstructing it.
    • take the sense of life — the same thing applies. Our sense of
    • life conveys to us processes that are quite objective. Imagine a
    • can be described quite objectively. What the sense of life perceives
    • to you by the sense of life; if it is not in order, the sense of life
    • your skin, the sense of life transmits it to you. To sum up, an
    • connection with the content of your soul-life. And the same thing
    • us that what we usually call soul-life is bound up with what we may
    • call soul-life, we can scarcely go further than from the ego-sense to
    • whole range of what we call soul-life. Something of the
    • into the sense of warmth, upon which our soul-life is much more
    • a very wide significance for our whole soul-life. But with the senses
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • soul life, and those which are more connected with the lower
    • believe themselves to represent the spiritual life of to-day
    • falls within the sphere of the moral life, a certitude which only
    • But the Gnosis was an essential element in the spiritual life of the
    • Indeed, a real understanding of the essential soul-life has for the
    • as the soul-life which is the outcome of the six upper senses, from
    • with spiritual life. If we turn our gaze back to ancient times in
    • soul-life, this true soul-life. So that we can say:
    • All these senses furnish experiences which nourish the spiritual life,
    • when spiritual life is present in the soul. And what humanity
    • The life of the soul then lost its spirituality, it became
    • on the path of this despiritualisation of human soul-life, and the
    • Sense of life
    • Sense of Life
    • to life, one cannot live by it. Life itself gives the lie to such an
    • nothing of God, of eternal life, but only believe in these things,
    • life, if they had to have the same trust in those about whom they knew
    • pre-existence, the notion of the life of the human soul before birth,
    • possibility of acquiring a scientific conception of life after death.
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • expression in everyday communal life. You find it in the relationship
    • as belonging by their very nature to the life of both soul and body.
    • factor in soul-life, but bound up with the bodily life; and on the
    • in the earliest years of a child's life one can clearly see to what a
    • confirmation of them in life itself. He will then find that it is from
    • apart from the head organisation, in an earlier earth-life. Thus what
    • we carry about in a particular earth-life as our head is the
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • metabolic-limb man is transformed during the life between death and
    • rebirth into the head-formation of the next earthly life. One must of
    • that his capacity for thought is connected with his earlier life on
    • condition the metabolic-limb system of this present earth-life. The
    • previous earth-life, and the other, the faculty of memory, he acquires
    • connection with this earth-life, does not suffice to enable us to look
    • back into the life before birth, to look back into our pre-natal life.
    • experienced these ideas in our previous earth-life; but they are none
    • early in embryonal life, before the essentials of the rest of the
    • own soul-life. We have far more organic consciousness of the whole of
    • an earlier earth-life.
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    • instreaming of the Michael-Power into the spiritual events of man's life on
    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
    • set the goal for the life on this Earth.
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • And now I must draw your attention to something in the life of Raphael that
    • a life of Raphael. His “Life of Michaelangelo” he brought to a
    • Raphael's earthly life that gave him satisfaction. In his own view all he
    • earthly life of Raphael.
    • earthly life. The pictures are there, but one can look right away from
    • Such was the life of this being. And it was so, that this Raphael life
    • could only be, as it were, absolved in another life of thirty years — in
    • And now we behold the wonderful artistic power of Raphael come to life
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • Raphael life for which Hermann Grimm had so fine an understanding! His
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • life on Earth will be henceforth to “die after her”, to follow her
    • to lead again the Raphael life, not touching the Earth, but living out in
    • life.
    • the life that flows so abundantly in them, we can discover the secret of the
    • the whole of life. The Michael Power and the Michael Will are none other
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    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
    • set the goal for the life on this Earth.
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • And now I must draw your attention to something in the life of Raphael that
    • a life of Raphael. His “Life of Michaelangelo” he brought to a
    • Raphael's earthly life that gave him satisfaction. In his own view all he
    • earthly life of Raphael.
    • earthly life. The pictures are there, but one can look right away from
    • Such was the life of this being. And it was so, that this Raphael life
    • could only be, as it were, absolved in another life of thirty years — in
    • And now we behold the wonderful artistic power of Raphael come to life
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • Raphael life for which Hermann Grimm had so fine an understanding! His
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • life on Earth will be henceforth to “die after her”, to follow her
    • to lead again the Raphael life, not touching the Earth, but living out in
    • life.
    • the life that flows so abundantly in them, we can discover the secret of the
    • the whole of life. The Michael Power and the Michael Will are none other
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    • put to direct application in everyday life, and we may sometimes be
    • inclined to feel it all rather remote from everyday life. But this is
    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • And so we will study again to-day the life that takes its course
    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • confirmed by the facts which meet us in life; if only life is properly
    • studied, they will be substantiated by the facts of life.
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • therefore, starts his life two kingdoms higher. On the Earth we get to
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • the dead has known in life; only those with whom acquaintance has
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • soul-life. When the dead becomes acquainted with a soul, he gets to
    • life; and it may therefore easily happen when the human being has not
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    • Death as a Metamorphosis of Life, [Der Tod als
    • put to direct application in everyday life, and we may sometimes be
    • inclined to feel it all rather remote from everyday life. But this is
    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • And so we will study again to-day the life that takes its course
    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • confirmed by the facts which meet us in life; if only life is properly
    • studied, they will be substantiated by the facts of life.
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • therefore, starts his life two kingdoms higher. On the Earth we get to
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • the dead has known in life; only those with whom acquaintance has
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • soul-life. When the dead becomes acquainted with a soul, he gets to
    • life; and it may therefore easily happen when the human being has not
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • see how mysterious are the forces permeating human life. Three ages of
    • human effort and research, of human development, morals, and life,
    • life today and life in ancient Atlantis. At that time man was gifted
    • in the morning, with his astral body and ego, into physical life
    • was a firm faith in the continued life of the soul, such as existed in
  • 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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    • world and life. I mean what is called “temple-sleep.”
    • guided this dream-life in such a way that powerful forces were
    • remarkable connection between the mental life of a person and the
    • which have an equalizing and harmonizing effect upon our whole life
    • and had no longer sent its beams and currents to the earth? All life
    • destruction, the other giving life. This was also the case later;
    • invigorating life flowed continually from the sun to the earth.
    • life, dwelt upon the sun; and on the earth the beings who, if they had
    • brought a too precipitate life to earth; and with the moon all those
    • in life at one time woke up within him later as knowledge.
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    • the mineral world? How is it with so-called lifeless minerals? Have
    • importance in the life of the plant, and we shall understand this if
    • I will try to tell you a little about the life of these kingdoms; they
    • play a very positive part in our life. Just as man plays a part in the
    • life of plants when he tills the ground, so these higher kingdoms
    • Let us consider the course of a human life in its entirety. We know
    • since the beginning of his life on earth, to look up to an exalted
    • into Buddhi, or Life Spirit; one day he will do this consciously, even
  • 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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    • accordance with Rosicrucian occultism be called the Sons of Life
    • enormously accelerated through this, and human life would have been
    • still, but now from outside. But in order that the life of man should
  • 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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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • When the Moon period came to an end, wisdom was in all things. Life on
    • that in its systematic life is a part of our whole universe.
    • life of the plant is intimately connected with the life of the sun. If
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • reflected in the life and conception of individual man — 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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    • etheric bodies. The life we lead from morning till evening exhausts
    • Among those who were in a position to value material life less than
    • non-material life the conviction grew that they were not bound to the
    • possessions more than material life, were said to have died ignobly,
    • man might experience even during life that which normally he only
    • initiation had to experience this in physical life. In one part of
    • tells how the hero united himself with the Valkyre during life, just
    • them, for some still had vision. The peculiar conditions of life and
    • extinction of his personality; this was of more value to him than life
  • 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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    • then see that the ordinary life we observe between birth and death has
    • So far we have considered the destiny of man during his life between
    • between death and rebirth; for the life of man continues after death.
    • first time into earthly incarnation, and life within a physical body
    • first alternated with life outside of it, man has led, to a certain
    • extent, a two-fold life — one upon earth and one in the spiritual
    • shall best understand how these changes occur if we glance at the life
    • appeared who had first given true content to his life, regarding whom
    • life by what he felt to be good deeds, was the vision of Christ, under
    • How did Initiates at that time represent the life after death? It was
    • death; they had a more intimate life with them. Such a communion was
    • Only those who turn to a spiritual life will survive the catastrophe,
    • towards a spiritual life should feel it their duty to do all that is
    • we do really see Him disappearing from the other side of life), He had
    • himself through a life of thirty years had he succeeded in so far
    • life the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth left the outer vehicles
    • the other side of life — between death and rebirth — had
    • derived so much pleasure from it, what was on the other side of life
    • during life, could he take over with him that which brought light
    • life not only of the living changes, but also that of the dead.
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    • materialistic belief that reality is only to be found between life and
    • certain way with the form it bore during life. Thought-forms are
    • in the forms of Greek plastic art; and the moral life, the destiny of
    • life of the spirit played out upon the physical plane in a very
    • spiritual life and evolve toward what is good a time will come when
    • life. This arose through the Arabs and Mohammedans. Moslem thought is
    • a peculiar episode in Arabian life and thought, which in its passage
    • spiritual guidance that spiritual life was saved in Christendom;
    • Egyptian memories had come to life again; but what made them
    • initiation, and as modern life is to receive a principle of initiation
    • The life of Buddha is not rightly understood when we read that Buddha
    • stimulated, but our feelings of joy and of security in life have also
    • certainty in life, must be the feeling that pervades all
    • regards life; so that our studies may not merely be theoretical, but
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • themselves to the mental and soul-life of the people of Europe.
    • a continual up-rising, maturing, and decay, in order that new life may
    • a life-time. The Theosophical Society cut itself off from this influx
    • of new wisdom, it rejected what would have infused new life into it,
    • soul-life of the expectant peoples of central and northern Europe
    • life, we become awake in the Spirit out of which we once were born.
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    • questions of the spiritual life are bound up with
    • the Anthroposophical Movement for the spiritual life
    • life, and to what the sources of occult science have
    • of our subject — modern religious life on the one
    • spiritual life on the other — if we glance at the
    • origins both of religious life on the one hand and
    • of occult spiritual life in recent centuries, for as
    • spiritual life of those times, and on the other side
    • much has been said and written in exoteric life
    • life from its deeper sources will thus be concerned
    • practical statement in human life, including
    • exoteric life. Today we will first of all turn quite
    • which run through all life and all evolution, and
    • soul-life. Now, whatever may be said against the
    • truth, or against the alienation from life of many
    • which our entire soul-life is nourished. The very
    • first sense-impression, in fact all sense-life, must
    • cognitive spiritual life.
    • surface of this cognitive life something else can be
    • discerned; that in our everyday existence our soul-life
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    • questions of the spiritual life are bound up with
    • the Anthroposophical Movement for the spiritual life
    • life, and to what the sources of occult science have
    • of our subject — modern religious life on the one
    • spiritual life on the other — if we glance at the
    • origins both of religious life on the one hand and
    • of occult spiritual life in recent centuries, for as
    • spiritual life of those times, and on the other side
    • much has been said and written in exoteric life
    • life from its deeper sources will thus be concerned
    • practical statement in human life, including
    • exoteric life. Today we will first of all turn quite
    • which run through all life and all evolution, and
    • soul-life. Now, whatever may be said against the
    • truth, or against the alienation from life of many
    • which our entire soul-life is nourished. The very
    • first sense-impression, in fact all sense-life, must
    • cognitive spiritual life.
    • surface of this cognitive life something else can be
    • discerned; that in our everyday existence our soul-life
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  • Title: Riddle of Humanity: Contents
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    • regions of the senses and the seven life processes.
    • Enlivening the sense processes and ensouling the life processes.
    • The reorganisation of the seven life processes by Luciferic and
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    • the more these life-obscuring clouds arise. It is about human nature,
    • Everything from the life of the individual to the course of history is
    • present-day life, in spite of all its philistinism and pedantry!
    • life, extraordinary things begin to emerge. On a journey to Sicily he
    • covering just about the whole range of human life. Mind you, what is
    • knowledge. And yet this man Weininger is wholly unsuited for life; he
    • is a man who can be totally ignored as far as life goes! For,
    • Weininger's calibre should still be unfit for life. Why did Weininger
    • normally it does not come to expression in this life. The ideas for
    • about a life that has run its full course — one is the way in
    • incarnation. Death is as much a part of life as birth and growth. A
    • present incarnation. If the next incarnation erupts into the life of
    • important to take hold of life by way of such interesting examples.
    • in which life will become more and more difficult, in which men will
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    • Naturally, in a human life these would be expressed very differently
    • regulate his life with a degree of order, overseeing it and planning
    • life, a life that was expressed in those two works I described to you.
    • can well imagine how stormy a life this was, how erratic when compared
    • is when a conscious dream appears. The life of dreams, however,
    • half-conscious aspects of human life. In this respect, a human being
    • times there was a tendency for physical life to be arranged so that
    • life and the life he shares with other men should be an earthly
    • imprinted on life. They become part of the life that shapes the soul
    • the calculations that one will need to use later in life; once
    • our waking consciousness to shape our human social life so that it is
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    • have seen how everything that comes to life in a human soul during
    • normal life only well up in dream-consciousness, can be traced back to
    • the skeleton that hang down from the head, form the basis for the life
    • that plays itself out more or less unconsciously. The unconscious life
    • between death and a new life. But one will never be able to develop
    • any sort of clarity in one's feelings for the life between death and a
    • during the stage when they were approaching their most recent life in
    • or earthly life. They were thinking of the contrast we just mentioned
    • Lets us consider the first significant phase of life, the phase up to
    • this marks the end of the first significant stage of human life. It is
    • it is to say that external life is a life of maya — is the great
    • create external pictures. He need only have brought them to life in
    • life. If we assume that this were so, then very important consequences
    • life develops within our developing soul life. Within it is the seed.
    • If we did not have an unfolding soul life, with its knowledge, our
    • earthly death would be the end of our life. Therefore, the
    • understanding we develop in our inner soul life is not a mere
    • your last earthly life that you could only receive from the earth,
    • means of your head in this life are what will transform the forces of
    • your body into a head for the next life. The earth gives you a body
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    • a whole, both as the being who goes through the life between death and
    • called truth is related to the life of thought, what one calls
    • beautiful is related to the life of feeling, and what one calls good
    • is related to the life of the will. One can also say: the life of the
    • with aesthetic enjoyment and creativity is related to the life of the
    • feelings. All matters of truth are related to the life of thought.
    • participating in the moral life, in the aesthetic life, and in the
    • life that is concerned with truth. But only the most crass of
    • life of ideas. The roots of these experiences reach beneath the
    • assuming that morality is not just a reminiscence of physical life!
    • be applied to waking life. So you can see that morality involves a
    • the subjective life. It manifests itself in the fact that the feeling
    • they are related to the laws that govern life between death and a new
    • birth, as well as life between birth and death. Relatively speaking,
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    • Consider how birth or, say, conception, is the entry into the life a
    • truth. Now, in this life when we speak of the moral realm, the realm
    • his life. But even though the moral impulse is grasped in the form of
    • consciously experiencing them. It is no virtue to live a life that
    • life. So we can say that here (red) the moral sphere, as justice, as
    • breast, where its life already affects the physical body (red). If we
    • awakens to the life of truth.
    • When a person awakens to the life of beauty, other spirits surround
    • Awaken him to life-benediction.
    • Awaken him to life-benediction.
    • thought!’ The day represents physical life, physical perception,
    • life. One must imagine someone who has laid himself down to rest after
    • questions that rise up out of the surging depths of life. These things
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    • has brought the life of the gods into earthly life, it will also learn
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    • regions of the senses and the seven life processes.
    • livelier, much more full of life. Because of this they were not suited
    • to provide the foundations for fully conscious human life, but were
    • The sense that we shall call the sense of life involves processes that
    • exists within us, but we are accustomed to ignore it, for the life
    • life sense, through the state of life in us. We usually pay no
    • recover a little so that our feeling of life is refreshed again. This
    • constantly aware of it. The life sense, however, is a distinct sense
    • in its own right. Through it we feel the life in us, precisely as we
    • life sense just as we see with our eyes. Without this internal sense
    • of life we would know nothing about our own vital state.
    • or of discontent the life sense makes us conscious of the state of the
    • to the body. What you experience through the life sense is likewise
    • movement gives us internal perceptions, as do the senses of life and
    • distinguishing the senses of life, of movement and of balance from one
    • life flows equally through each of these regions of the senses. The
    • alive. Life resides in all the senses; it flows through all the
    • If we look more closely at this life, it also proves to be
    • differentiated. There is not just one life process. And you must also
    • distinguish what we have been calling the sense of life, through which
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    • sense-zones are the seven life processes: breathing, warming,
    • organs and with the life forces they continuously send streaming
    • one or the other of the life spheres, since the regions of the senses
    • and the regions of life are related differently in different people.
    • on in the life processes and their central organs. Remember how we
    • around the ears, and so on. And remember how mobile the life processes
    • every part of it. The life processes move through us.
    • on Old Moon were more like life processes, we must conclude that human
    • During the Moon phase, the present-day human senses contained a life
    • knowledge, his conscious life becomes more mobile than that afforded
    • sense life that is as unperturbed and still as the zodiac is only
    • sense-zones only are meaningful in the context of life as it is lived
    • between birth and death in an earthly body. When it comes to life
    • difference is that the senses that are seen as higher, as far as life
    • But then, when we come to the sense of life we find that it is less
    • movement. The sense of life, however, is no longer necessary because
    • we are, so to speak, swimming in the totality of life. Like a swimmer
    • in water, the spirit moves in the element of life.
    • die, the sun of our life descends to the constellations that are below
    • constellations — in the senses of touch, life, speech, thought,
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    • Enlivening the sense processes and ensouling the life processes.
    • We have been busy getting acquainted with the way man's life processes
    • state, we can only view the senses of touch and life as being very
    • each sense region are fixed, whereas the life processes pulse through
    • which has brought it to life, which is where it should remain. A
    • a life process than a sense process. Or, better expressed, one could
    • impinge on the sense processes, are transformed into life processes
    • through our vital organs. Now just consider how much of our whole life
    • antipathy, powers that are otherwise developed in the life organs,
    • life forces. So we can say: in this way the sense organs are brought
    • once more into the sphere of life.
    • For this to happen, there must be changes in the life processes.
    • Through these changes, the life processes become more ensouled than
    • they otherwise would be in earthly life. The ensouling takes place in
    • such a way that the three life processes — breathing, warming and
    • life processes are united by a kind of symbiosis. They cease to be
    • The four remaining life processes are united in a similar fashion.
    • single, more ensouled process, a life process that has more to do with
    • gathering all the life processes together so that they function as
    • as they normally present themselves on Earth. They are more like life
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    • recent intellectual life as my point of departure. Later — very
    • our soul life. It assumes that these impressions create sense
    • entire life process. This  I  was acknowledged in one
    • manner possible serves nothing beyond making one's life more
    • in life. They prove to be useful and applicable to living — they
    • enhance one's life. If other judgements were passed, one would soon
    • cease to come to terms with life, one's life would cease to progress.
    • They would not be useful, they would harm life. This applies to even
    • third, this judgement would not bring him forward in life; he would
    • in the world, enhances life, and that the contrary is the case with
    • another, which gets in the way of life. There is no independent
    • criterion of truth and falsehood: what enhances life we call true, and
    • what hinders life, false. Thus everything to do with the question of
    • in the world as if they were ruled by the life and movements of atoms
    • break down and for truth to be measured against life. Formerly it was
    • believed that life should be shaped in accordance with the truth, so
    • life was put in the service of truth. What one meant by truth in the
    • This shows us another fundamental tendency of modern life. I mentioned
    • manifestations of soul life — manifestations involving
    • perceptions, in practical engagement with life, and in the way we move
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    • cosmos and to all of life.
    • are necessary to the soul if it is to lead a fulfilling earthly life
    • consider how different our soul life would be if we could not look
    • certain point in our earthly life. It is not present before then, and
    • point in our earthly life onward, our soul life is related to our body
    • our earthly life, and developing a memory is one of the tasks of our
    • earthly life. During that long period of our development when we were
    • Thus, for the whole of life between birth and death, the fine etheric
    • life on earth and which we rightfully acquire for ourselves there.
    • In addition to memory, our life on Earth also requires us to develop
    • Both memory and habits are important ingredients of our soul life.
    • Both these significant elements of our soul life are metamorphoses.
    • engraved in us during our life on Earth. And this is what does happen
    • habits during our life on Earth. For a start, let us look at memory.
    • accomplishment of life on Earth. Only when we acquire a physical body
    • spiritual-scientific vistas on life and the cosmos that will open out
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    • Other conditions obtain on Earth. Here, human life proceeds in such a
    • This is completely valid for the normal soul life during its
    • developed here during a life on Earth can only be developed here, and
    • kinds of conscious life: the consciousness of Old Moon, with the form
    • life on Earth — which could be called
    • must be generated in our own soul life and then embedded in the
    • But we must again develop beyond a life of habit, both in the outer
    • what is really being developed in our life of habits! We still possess
    • connection is re-established, the life that needs to flow into the
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    • developed within the bounds of a life on Earth, and could not even
    • intellectual and scientific life generally goes unrecognised. But for
    • speak of it, referring to the consciousness of normal waking life.
    • everything in human life provides us with analogies.
    • life — in this case, into the human sphere — while taking
    • This is what gives all visionary life, which is pressed outward from
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    • other hand, will be produced during the time after our present life is
    • life or of normal science. The truths of everyday life consist more or
    • ourselves. The truths of ordinary life and ordinary science are like
    • life. It is not enough to describe the human being in the manner of
    • ordinary life and ordinary science; only if one can read man can he be
    • The senses of movement, life and touch.
    • balance, movement and life, and also distinguishes between the senses
    • aware of the stirrings of life within us, is our organ for perceiving
    • with regard to the life you bear within you. Your whole organism is
    • permeated with life. This life is a unity. In so far as the life of
    • of another if we did not bear life in the way that we do. Here I am
    • not talking about the sense of life. What is in question here is not
    • that is what the sense of life gives us — rather is it the extent
    • to which we are bearers of life. And it is the life we bear within us,
    • the physical organism that bears the life within us, that is the organ
    • organism. This is not the physical organism of life, but the physical
    •  I ; the physical basis of life: sense organ for
    • the upper part, and the lower part of our sense life, and today I
    • inwardly, to resonate with their life, simply by being in their
    • understanding for the way the life of thought was expressed through
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    • The reorganisation of the seven life processes by Luciferic and
    • countless riddles of life which confront present-day humanity. But it
    • now are the life forces, the impulses of life which we have described
    • as a kind of internal planetary system. We can view the seven life
    • reproduction — those are the seven life processes which make up
    • influences have distorted these seven life impulses — just as
    • outermost three life processes, those which have more to do with
    • ahrimanic influence; and the life impulses that have more to do with
    • the internal life process are subject to luciferic influence. Only in
    • during the course of our life between birth and death, we use our
    • consumption of our life forces is very closely connected to this
    • our life. This happens through luciferic influences and is connected
    • the seven life processes — about the human being's inner zodiac
    • Consider the life process. To begin with, it forms the whole out of
    • which we are composed — indeed, we are constituted by this life
    • human life understandable. The spiritual science of the present seeks
    • to understand human life on the basis of what the universe tells us
    • twelve zones of our senses and the seven impulses of life, the seven
    • life-movements, and to show how they participate in the spiritual
    • understand it, you understand the human life processes. But we have no
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    • influence. Death as the bringer of life. The Earth becomes a new Sun.
    • Spirit-knowledge is the fire of life
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    • within our European civilization and spiritual life. The one
    • spiritual Christianity within the sphere of European spiritual life.
    • whole vegetation comes to life and dies away, and though there are
    • When we consider the human being as he confronts us in life, we see
    • self in his fortieth year. Anyone intending to write his life might
    • thenceforward sheds its light over all the circumstances of his life.
    • Cross springs living, budding life, the immortal self symbolized by
    • Him and without Him was no thing made. In Him was the Life and the
    • Life was the Light of men. And the Light shone in the darkness and the
    • initiate is born, how is his birth and life distinguished from the
    • birth and life of an ordinary man? In general it may be assumed that
    • results of his preceding life. With the initiate, however, this is not
    • life no more than conformed with outer circumstances. A man must build
    • the heavens to proclaim the renewal of life, so do I come to proclaim
    • the new life which is the reborn self of humanity.’
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    • thinker. He is the same Grimm who has given us a Life of Michelangelo
    • overcome, step by step, the hindrances which arose from life upon
    • life upon earth. To render this evolution possible, certain human
    • life, would indeed ridicule the idea of a leader of men towering above
    • following words: ‘This is the life in which I rise from Bodhisattva to
    • they have risen, step by step, to the attainment of life in the
    • this case his life will present features differing from the average.
    • The life of a man who has already taken the first steps on the path of
    • succeeding incarnation, life of itself brings a recapitulation of the
    • fruits of his former efforts; life, as it were, approaches him from
    • life the same process may be repeated; an exterior experience puts him
    • are to understand the life of a man who has traversed certain stages
    • born anew, and in this life an event experienced at a comparatively
    • the greater his advancement, the richer must his life be in
    • could not undertake this mission in any year of his life
    • later period of his life to receive into himself the
    • Ego. But we also know that in the course of human life the physical
    • Spirit called. That means: ‘In the Word was life.’ For had there been
    • no life in the Word, nothing would have come to pass. What came to
    • ‘In Him (the Word) was life; and the life was the light of men.’
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    • We know that man, as he confronts us in daily life, consists of
    • physical body, etheric or life body, astral body, and Ego or ‘I’. We
    • know that the daily life of the human being alternates between waking
    • us, consists of physical and etheric or life body; it has neither
    • for a certain part of everyday life, apart from their physical and
    • to the sphere of our life, which enter man's forsaken physical and
    • or life body. On the old Sun, therefore, the etheric or life body was
    • ever fuller life. Below on the Earth sadness, desolation, and
    • human bodies as they now appear, lifeless statues and withered human
    • lifeless; the forces of the Sun have no power to influence what
    • on the Sun and united itself to the first bodily form, he calls Life;
    • it is what we call accordingly etheric or life body. The element added
    • ‘And the Logos was the Life.’
    • the Logos. During the Sun evolution, there was Life in the Logos; and
    • Light. And from out of the Logos filled with Light and Life, there
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    • everyday life, inasmuch as his physical and etheric bodies remain in
    • the sleeper. Thus, these alternating conditions of everyday human life
    • become a petrified, desert sphere, and all life upon it must have died
    • Man, as we see him in everyday life, is a being consisting of a
    • that these beings are of importance not only as regards man's life by
    • night, but that they gradually gain in significance for his life by
    • life runs its course in the metamorphosis between giving and taking.’
    • emotions as an offering to his fellow human beings, the life of the
    • of everyday life, when children in school, having failed to attain the
    • took place in the conditions of human life. An illustration taken from
    • life that is exchanged between Sun and Earth. In spring and summer,
    • astral being withdraws and unites itself with the life of the Sun. We
    • all life would become extinct upon it. It is a fair description of
    • required certain definite conditions of life, attracted to themselves
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    • The physical life of man at this period presents the picture of these
    • Atlantean times sought, by purity of life and careful self-knowledge,
    • life it was possible for them, in those times, while remnants of the
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    • called the old Atlantis. We also mentioned how different human life
    • living witnesses of the reality of spiritual life, that is, of the
    • the past, you would find an enormously high level of spiritual life.
    • human life altered little by little, and in the following period, the
    • spiritual life. For man's whole life was filled with longing for
    • which he listened concerning life in the worlds of spirit, even though
    • his life, to yield up his own Ego and receive into himself the
    • with this moment. The deceased sees his past life unfolded before him
    • in a mighty tableau; the whole circumstances of his life stand out
    • physical body prevents a man from seeing all this during his lifetime.
    • has experienced in his life just ended, can now enter his
    • past life takes place when a person finds himself in peril of death,
    • shock. You already know from narratives that when a man's life is
    • not lose consciousness, his whole life hitherto appears before him as
    • experienced his life hitherto. This experience, however, was in the
    • experienced their own life as a spiritual fact. After baptism they
    • centred in the physical world and had rendered desolate his life
    • sought in certain external departments of life; in the most intimate
    • regards the inmost life of the soul, even the most exalted and noblest
    • book On Life. There are pages of elemental strength in Tolstoi's
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    • from his physical body, enabling him to review his life, and become
    • conscious of the unity of his individual life with the realms of the
    • of the unity of all divine life were the initiates in the sense of Old
    • in practical life depends upon this knowledge; indeed we shall try to
    • show that a great deal in practical life depends upon it.
    • forces in the soul, which issue from a former life; if these be
    • teachings and even that life is prolonged by them. Fine teaching this!
    • at forty! If the span of a man's life reaches to his fortieth year
    • Anthroposophy. Inasmuch as Anthroposophy penetrates into life, its
    • effects will also show themselves in life. Of course if a man wishes
    • to see all the effects in one life and in every instance, he is an
    • inmost being passes from life to life and how the psychic-spiritual
    • nature which we bring with us from a former life enters and organizes
    • the Earth and the life of man at the various stages of civilization.
    • himself in the events which occurred at that time, through the life of
    • when there was question of the ‘life’ that had fled from Lazarus, and
    • answers: ‘I am the Resurrection and the Life!’ The life was to return
    • word for word: ‘I am the Resurrection and the Life!’ What does Christ
    • Life is bestowed upon Lazarus by Christ, as He indeed said: ‘The
    • this apparent death led to a higher state, to a higher life, and that
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    • They relate the last three years of the life of Christ Jesus,
    • physical — for His life and work upon Earth. All that we think
    • described the life of Jesus of Nazareth. For them, all ordinary events
    • by some outer event in his life. This would ensue, for instance, if he
    • omits all preliminary history and describes in particular the life and
    • to the previous life of the person in question but to concentrate upon
    • what extent this manner of regarding the gods affected the human life
    • things! We then understand that the chief events in the life of Christ
    • difference between the life that preceded and the life that followed
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    • human life was entirely different in those times. Given a right
    • incarnated in an earlier life in ancient Persia; that the same
    • and ever higher stages of spiritual life at each incarnation. This
    • people who cling to the old forms of life, the Ego remains ensconced
    • Father Abraham are One!’ which gave life to everything which appears
    • inner life force which any element possesses so long as it remains
    • former life. We are concerned with the fact that Christ poured into
    • life on earth, from an earlier incarnation. Thus neither his parents
    • it was in a former life that he laid down the cause of his blindness
    • in his present life. He became blind in order that the works of the
    • God in him proceeding from a former life should reveal themselves in
    • deeper, into the Ego that passes from life to life. The Christ-power
    • survives life between birth and death and passes from life to life.
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    • distinguish between two stages in the life of the Founder of
    • Christianity. In the first place, we have the life of the great
    • succeeding life, and had by degrees developed the faculty for the
    • process. The whole earth participates in every life-process. Since
    • this is true of a physical life-process, you will readily understand
    • life and death’; over life and death because He is master of the
    • passes from life to life. The man was born blind because the divine
    • ‘Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I
    • may flow into me and through me into others. I lay down my life that I
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    • consciousness as a being composed of physical body, etheric or life
    • circumstances of human life of which we have spoken in the last days.
    • ‘From my father I have my stature and life's most earnest conduct;
    • everything which pertains to our life of thought and knowledge; while
    • the ancient sages, who viewed life in this way, have expected above
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    • mankind. Now of what nature was the life of the soul in the old
    • ‘From my father I have my stature and life's most earnest conduct;
    • the influence of the physical body and of life therein which rendered
    • life to it and prevents it drying up.
    • would gradually lose all the fruits of his physical life; his physical
    • life and vigour, it could apply these forces to the fortifying of the
    • and life, the fruits of human earthly existence are saved. Then the
    • treasure of ancient wisdom might be replenished and new life be
    • out of earthly evolution. This very life, permeating the etheric body
    • incorruptible. Life, fresh life, was poured into the human etheric
    • body by the Christ-impulse, the old life having been consumed. And
    • consider death today, our present life is at every moment a token of
    • and by degrees. Nothing but this fund of life bestowed upon man makes
    • incarnation to incarnation. The possibility of life externally
    • other manifestations of life, the ancient wisdom long retained its
    • life, though slowly; but in the particular domain of which we are now
    • are today so deadened that they are unable to convey new life to the
    • ideas. The ideas of antiquity are far more replete with life, far
    • attained the Christ-impulse. Science will remain lifeless until the
    • ever clearer fashion, and thereby supply the etheric body with life to
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    • the whole life of his soul and for his knowledge. Therefore all his
    • principle is intermingled with our whole life. By what means,
    • death? It could never have been removed from human life had not its
    • death. Having yielded Himself up to death, He brought into human life
    • and that, if it came, it was for the sake of life in the spiritual
    • world; indeed, it provides precisely the foundation for this life.
    • Cross, is but an external event, and that the life of Christ in the
    • that this death cannot injure life; if we have understood that we are
    • in the presence of death which does not extinguish life, but is itself
    • Life, then we have a token for all time, in that which hangs upon the
    • Cross, that Death is truly the Life-giver. Just as the plant grows out
    • of the seed, so also death is no destroyer but a seed of life; it is
    • not fall away from life, but may be raised into life. The repudiation
    • severance. Had man always known that death is the seed of life, he
    • something which exhales life and is immortal, and can never fall a
    • is here reflected and which appeared in consequence of Christ's life
    • destroyer of life. Death grew to an increasing extent into an image
    • representing the opposite of life; if life brought many sorrows in its
    • in which he had seen nothing but what was elevating in life. On
    • from which life in abundance flows!’ They had acquired a true feeling
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    • yet be allowed power over life.’ For the form which life would then
    • starting-point of a new life, and, as we saw yesterday, of a new Sun.
    • We have in us the blood of life, the red stream, and the blood of
    • life in the red blood must every instant be destroyed in the blue
    • blood. Were this life not killed, man would be submerged in life to
    • red and the other blue; the one symbolizing life which indeed flows
    • St. John enables us to gain insight into the meaning of all life. What
    • the standpoint of life.
    • Christ-Spirit? To the last atom the Earth consists of Life, since
    • a former life were to be made manifest. Thus when Christ appeared to
    • from life. He meant to say: ‘There will be a future time when all men
    • perchance, in a former life, they had influenced this woman in such a
    • a former life. Everything is written in the book of Karma. Jesus wrote
    • saying: ‘I am the bread of life!’
    • life of Christ upon Earth, it was man's task to regain what he had
    • life, was to help him reconquer what he had lost at a still earlier
    • ourselves: ‘We were plunged into the life of the Spirit during the
    • from this spiritual life during our 14 days' study. But our gain has
    • conceptions and ideas as have the power to become a source of life
    • us from ordinary life, will resemble an image of that which has been
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    • outward again, to the cosmos, the origin of all life. Finally, the
    • they have immediacy and life.
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • then lifeless in our intestines. These substances are then
    • Thus, life
    • think in ordinary life. You see, if I move a table from there to
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
    • life more inwardly, people living in a region where things are
    • as soon as we begin to observe human spiritual life, for example, the
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    • outward again, to the cosmos, the origin of all life. Finally, the
    • they have immediacy and life.
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • then lifeless in our intestines. These substances are then
    • Thus, life
    • think in ordinary life. You see, if I move a table from there to
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
    • life more inwardly, people living in a region where things are
    • as soon as we begin to observe human spiritual life, for example, the
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    • among the arts, and to art itself a quite special value in human life.
    • Life is a sorry business, and through thinking I try to make it
    • experiences a special configuration of his dream life. His dreams take
    • world back with him into waking life. Then he sees the astral bodies
    • In music, man feels the echo of the inmost life of things, a life
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    • among the arts, and to art itself a quite special value in human life.
    • Life is a sorry business, and through thinking I try to make it
    • experiences a special configuration of his dream life. His dreams take
    • world back with him into waking life. Then he sees the astral bodies
    • In music, man feels the echo of the inmost life of things, a life
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    • methods of life founded by older people. The young could regard it as
    • involvement in academic life, but of the fact that the young human
    • or calling, he must have a certificate. In scientific life everything
    • I could tell you a hundred things like this out of my own life. It is
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • passed through on earth. Earthly life should not be undervalued.
    • Without earthly life, freedom could never be developed. But the life
    • earth and of mankind, a transformation of all soul-life upon the
    • have today no threefold membering in public life according to the
    • spirit, according to law and so on, and according to economic life
    • routines. Instead of spiritual life, there are phrases; and routine
    • dominates economic life, instead of goodwill towards men, love for
    • significant impressions gathered during this pre-earthly life. And if
    • someone has these indefinite unconscious memories of pre-earthly life,
    • the Michael movement into the midst of human life. The
    • For youthful life is certainly there, and one will be able to feel it;
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    • methods of life founded by older people. The young could regard it as
    • involvement in academic life, but of the fact that the young human
    • or calling, he must have a certificate. In scientific life everything
    • I could tell you a hundred things like this out of my own life. It is
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • passed through on earth. Earthly life should not be undervalued.
    • Without earthly life, freedom could never be developed. But the life
    • earth and of mankind, a transformation of all soul-life upon the
    • have today no threefold membering in public life according to the
    • spirit, according to law and so on, and according to economic life
    • routines. Instead of spiritual life, there are phrases; and routine
    • dominates economic life, instead of goodwill towards men, love for
    • significant impressions gathered during this pre-earthly life. And if
    • someone has these indefinite unconscious memories of pre-earthly life,
    • the Michael movement into the midst of human life. The
    • For youthful life is certainly there, and one will be able to feel it;
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    • the Life Processes. Aesthetic Enjoyment and Aesthetic Creativity.
    • life-processes, and we have attempted to consider some of the
    • touch and the Life-sense, as they are now, we have had to regard as
    • important facts of life.
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • still organs of life, still worked as life-organs, and that our
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • life-processes than sense-processes will occur. Or, to put it better,
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • condition into life. Thus a man sees, but at the same time something
    • sense-processes are brought into movement. Their life is stimulated.
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • sympathy and antipathy. Think how much the whole of life depends upon
    • life-organs, are now poured into the sense-organs. The eye not only
    • Permeation by life streams hack into the sense organs, so we can say
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • life-processes, too, then have to be altered. They acquire more
    • activity of soul than they normally possess for life on earth. It
    • happens in this way: three life-processes, breathing, warming and
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    • the Life Processes. Aesthetic Enjoyment and Aesthetic Creativity.
    • life-processes, and we have attempted to consider some of the
    • touch and the Life-sense, as they are now, we have had to regard as
    • important facts of life.
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • still organs of life, still worked as life-organs, and that our
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • life-processes than sense-processes will occur. Or, to put it better,
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • condition into life. Thus a man sees, but at the same time something
    • sense-processes are brought into movement. Their life is stimulated.
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • sympathy and antipathy. Think how much the whole of life depends upon
    • life-organs, are now poured into the sense-organs. The eye not only
    • Permeation by life streams hack into the sense organs, so we can say
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • life-processes, too, then have to be altered. They acquire more
    • activity of soul than they normally possess for life on earth. It
    • happens in this way: three life-processes, breathing, warming and
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    • the social life of the present in the light of our recent studies of
    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • modern spiritual life.
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • wrinkles, are not much wiser than they were at twenty. In life a man
    • what is achieved in later life is taken as a guide, when age is held
    • Thus man is a threefold being in practical life. If you read my book,
    • the extremities. I could also say: the man of the life of nerves and
    • senses, the man of the rhythmical life, and the man of metabolism. No
    • known to external science. The metabolism which goes through life as a
    • distortion, which ignores the deeper life that underlies all created
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • spiritual life. Now we can see a trend towards making these three
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • These three elements — economic life, legal regulation, spiritual
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    • the social life of the present in the light of our recent studies of
    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • modern spiritual life.
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • wrinkles, are not much wiser than they were at twenty. In life a man
    • what is achieved in later life is taken as a guide, when age is held
    • Thus man is a threefold being in practical life. If you read my book,
    • the extremities. I could also say: the man of the life of nerves and
    • senses, the man of the rhythmical life, and the man of metabolism. No
    • known to external science. The metabolism which goes through life as a
    • distortion, which ignores the deeper life that underlies all created
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • spiritual life. Now we can see a trend towards making these three
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • These three elements — economic life, legal regulation, spiritual
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    • there is a connection between the head of Man and his life
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • them in the following way. In ordinary waking life Man is fully awake
    • only in his head system — in all that has to do with the life of
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • waking life with a life of dreams. What goes on in the sphere of
    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • have of the life of sleep.
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • or the system of thought, a life of feeling and a life of will are
    • also present; only they are much less developed than the life of
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • behind our life of feeling.
    • life runs its course in such a way that we can separate it into
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • life — change of teeth, and puberty — but later are more or
    • human being about the twenty-first year of life is, for one who can
    • true, in fact, for the whole course of human life.
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    • there is a connection between the head of Man and his life
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • them in the following way. In ordinary waking life Man is fully awake
    • only in his head system — in all that has to do with the life of
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • waking life with a life of dreams. What goes on in the sphere of
    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • have of the life of sleep.
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • or the system of thought, a life of feeling and a life of will are
    • also present; only they are much less developed than the life of
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • behind our life of feeling.
    • life runs its course in such a way that we can separate it into
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • life — change of teeth, and puberty — but later are more or
    • human being about the twenty-first year of life is, for one who can
    • true, in fact, for the whole course of human life.
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    • it is said that the Greek's life of thought consisted in an actual
    • The life of thought in Greece was associated with a very definite
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • experience, we cannot understand the further evolution of man's life
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • spirituality which pervaded the life of the mind in the fourth
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • this earthly life. But the picture of the Universe thus arising has
    • civilised life today. The task before us is to begin once again to
    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • Its most important period of development is during embryonic life. The
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • wholly cease until after the thirtieth year. And our whole life and
    • the Sun and this has its exact parallel in the life of man.
    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
    • planets, therefore, work on within the astral body through the life of
    • predestine him to be a thinker in the earthly life upon which he is
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • it is said that the Greek's life of thought consisted in an actual
    • The life of thought in Greece was associated with a very definite
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • experience, we cannot understand the further evolution of man's life
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • spirituality which pervaded the life of the mind in the fourth
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • this earthly life. But the picture of the Universe thus arising has
    • civilised life today. The task before us is to begin once again to
    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • Its most important period of development is during embryonic life. The
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • wholly cease until after the thirtieth year. And our whole life and
    • the Sun and this has its exact parallel in the life of man.
    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
    • planets, therefore, work on within the astral body through the life of
    • predestine him to be a thinker in the earthly life upon which he is
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • view man's life between birth and death — interwoven as it is
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • were in advance. It is built up in the Spirit, in the pre-earthly life
    • what went before it in the pre-earthly life; then you will also
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the spiritual world in the pre-earthly life. It is in fact a pure
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • continued adaptation to the pre-earthly life.
    • planned and begun in the embryonic life. To walk upright, to enter
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • body — the body of the last earthly life. No-one understands the
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • the spiritual World through which we passed in the pre-earthly life.
    • image of what was formed in the pre-earthly life in spiritual worlds.
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • view man's life between birth and death — interwoven as it is
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • were in advance. It is built up in the Spirit, in the pre-earthly life
    • what went before it in the pre-earthly life; then you will also
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the spiritual world in the pre-earthly life. It is in fact a pure
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • continued adaptation to the pre-earthly life.
    • planned and begun in the embryonic life. To walk upright, to enter
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • body — the body of the last earthly life. No-one understands the
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • the spiritual World through which we passed in the pre-earthly life.
    • image of what was formed in the pre-earthly life in spiritual worlds.
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
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    • gives them pain ... And the least favorable time of life to be
    • not need to understand any other relationship to life. But when we
    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • first half of this life-period. The most damaging judgment for the
    • life in an extraordinarily devastating way. It works destructively,
    • only as urban life triumphs altogether in our civilization will these
    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
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    • gives them pain ... And the least favorable time of life to be
    • not need to understand any other relationship to life. But when we
    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • first half of this life-period. The most damaging judgment for the
    • life in an extraordinarily devastating way. It works destructively,
    • only as urban life triumphs altogether in our civilization will these
    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • on-flowing life in the spiritual world.
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • what is now around you will become your inner life. You will take into
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • on-flowing life in the spiritual world.
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • what is now around you will become your inner life. You will take into
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
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    • The sleep life as a reflection of conditions of existence in
    • pre-earthly life and the life after death. First, a condition like a
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    • acquirement of an inner life with the spiritual world, it is necessary
    • judging and evaluation of human life. This may not be admitted
    • the concealed aspects of his life; that they have not afforded him
    • what is most precious in the visible aspect of life. If this had been
    • existence that remain unconscious during earth life: those states of
    • existence in pre-earthly life and the life after death.
    • The sleep life takes place in such a way for man that, after the
    • dubious existence and a very dubious significance for human life, if
    • individual who, as a modern initiate, looks into the sleep life knows
    • how it is, but this does not make the life of sleep into something
    • the waking life depends first of all upon the fact that this feeling
    • experiences projected, so to speak, into physical life fill us with
    • waking life. And these instructions, which were expressed by the
    • over into his sleep life.
    • develop religion during waking life. If this religion is developed
    • during the waking life — and it was developed through the
    • souls and thus they carry these experiences over into the waking life
    • have during the night has its aftereffect in the waking life. It has
    • state over into their waking life, and this will principally
    • some kind of demoniacal gods — life does not run its course in
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    • continues to warm her limbs and keep them full of life
    • on the other side of my life, in the physical world where at
    • of life on the physical plane. How canst thou make me
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • can enact with purity of life that which to-day is given over
    • lifeless and soulless to ordinary vision, their soul being.
    • can, by their own soul-light, carry even into lifeless
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • experience of human life, whether the time be long or short,
    • epochs, and thou wilt be able to lend a magic life upon the
    • though it be but a lifeless reflection thereof — the
    • spirit life of spiritual imagination. This is how she came to
    • half congealed can thaw into life again with the speed of the
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    • continues to warm her limbs and keep them full of life
    • on the other side of my life, in the physical world where at
    • of life on the physical plane. How canst thou make me
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • can enact with purity of life that which to-day is given over
    • lifeless and soulless to ordinary vision, their soul being.
    • can, by their own soul-light, carry even into lifeless
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • experience of human life, whether the time be long or short,
    • epochs, and thou wilt be able to lend a magic life upon the
    • though it be but a lifeless reflection thereof — the
    • spirit life of spiritual imagination. This is how she came to
    • half congealed can thaw into life again with the speed of the
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    • Life and Form are the two principles that must guide us
    • life is forever changing, coming to expression in manifold variety.
    • Life could not manifest outwardly or present itself in the world if it
    • of the life. But all life would vanish, would be lost in the rigidity
    • spiritual life of man. In the spiritual life of man and of mankind the
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • variety. But life would lose all power were the forms not perpetually
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • life changing in infinitely diverse forms during these epochs. In the
    • a common life flows more and more into external forms, for this reason
    • is taught to devote his life to form.
    • life was breathed by a Creator of worlds. This is what Darwin himself
    • what imbues these forms with life. He takes this life for granted and
    • for him being merely the shape and form which life assumes,
    • Let us consider life in another domain, in the domain of art. I will
    • Zola, the Frenchman. His descriptions of human life are powerful and
    • magnificent. Yet for all that his gaze is not focused upon human life
    • itself but upon the forms in which it manifests. How life comes to
    • manifestations of life, and fundamentally speaking, all naturalists do
    • the same. Their attention is focused, not upon life itself, but upon
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    • Life and Form are the two principles that must guide us
    • life is forever changing, coming to expression in manifold variety.
    • Life could not manifest outwardly or present itself in the world if it
    • of the life. But all life would vanish, would be lost in the rigidity
    • spiritual life of man. In the spiritual life of man and of mankind the
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • variety. But life would lose all power were the forms not perpetually
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • life changing in infinitely diverse forms during these epochs. In the
    • a common life flows more and more into external forms, for this reason
    • is taught to devote his life to form.
    • life was breathed by a Creator of worlds. This is what Darwin himself
    • what imbues these forms with life. He takes this life for granted and
    • for him being merely the shape and form which life assumes,
    • Let us consider life in another domain, in the domain of art. I will
    • Zola, the Frenchman. His descriptions of human life are powerful and
    • magnificent. Yet for all that his gaze is not focused upon human life
    • itself but upon the forms in which it manifests. How life comes to
    • manifestations of life, and fundamentally speaking, all naturalists do
    • the same. Their attention is focused, not upon life itself, but upon
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    • the special life of the soul. For this, we must understand both
    • and special life of the soul. Whatever leads to prayer
    • life.
    • in life somewhat as follows. This soul that is in process of
    • progress into the future, but at every moment of its life it
    • life of the soul will feel that there are two streams
    • in other spheres of life it might seem mere folly to talk of
    • life.
    • past into the present will show us how the life of the soul
    • the divine did not belong fully to its inner life and that is
    • variety of external life, thereby upsetting our composure. It
    • it. Anyone who knows the interrelations of modern life will
    • we shall never understand the life of man in its entirety
    • only to feel these things in relation to the whole of life in
    • turn in prayer to those sides of life where we seek God, the
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    • the special life of the soul. For this, we must understand both
    • and special life of the soul. Whatever leads to prayer
    • life.
    • in life somewhat as follows. This soul that is in process of
    • progress into the future, but at every moment of its life it
    • life of the soul will feel that there are two streams
    • in other spheres of life it might seem mere folly to talk of
    • life.
    • past into the present will show us how the life of the soul
    • the divine did not belong fully to its inner life and that is
    • variety of external life, thereby upsetting our composure. It
    • it. Anyone who knows the interrelations of modern life will
    • we shall never understand the life of man in its entirety
    • only to feel these things in relation to the whole of life in
    • turn in prayer to those sides of life where we seek God, the
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    • of the life between birth and death. (In the very oldest Vedas nothing
    • value of the single life was emphasized and moulded the ancient Rishi
    • Atlanteans as their attitude to social life and their attachment to
    • it were in the Romans and become life.
    • spiritual life at its highest level was needed, and it was only to be
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • could become life through what developed out of the Roman
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • of the life between birth and death. (In the very oldest Vedas nothing
    • value of the single life was emphasized and moulded the ancient Rishi
    • Atlanteans as their attitude to social life and their attachment to
    • it were in the Romans and become life.
    • spiritual life at its highest level was needed, and it was only to be
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • could become life through what developed out of the Roman
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • published during or after his life-time. It was given to an audience
    • The Course of My Life,
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    • influence of the Second Hierarchy and begins to see Earth life as a
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    • Man's Life on Earth and in the Spiritual World
    • Karma in the Life of Individuals and in the Evolution of the World
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • religious tradition to speak of the immortality of the life of soul,
    • psychologists, to those who set out to understand the life of soul, we
    • physical life we must be able to remember — for if the faculty of
    • recognised that the weaving life of Angels, Archangels and Archai is
    • corresponds approximately to the middle point of the life between
    • animal cannot do. The animal can only unfold its life in accordance
    • gaze. During his earthly life this archetypal picture was present in
    • things. Here, in earthly life, a man who has done good or evil deeds
    • earthly life, sounding faintly as conscience. After death we behold it
    • are wont to make in earthly life, where we are only too ready to make
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    • no great importance for the life after death; we need, therefore, only
    • life between death and a new birth on many occasions and from many
    • strenuous efforts during his life on Earth will not look the same as
    • stamped upon it in physical life, and what is retained tends to become
    • approached life with a certain boldness and bravery or whether he
    • invariably shrank away from the buffets of life, and so forth.
    • hands, which even in physical life are full of significance and
    • death this is true in a far higher degree; the life-history can be
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • they meet there other human beings with whom, in earthly life, they
    • physiognomy I have described. During this period of the life after
    • whom destiny has in any way connected them in the last earthly life,
    • — or in any other earthly life. They learn to know one another
    • been speaking. Life consists, in this period, in learning to know
    • them. The first period of the life after death is thus a time when we
    • now, in a way that belongs to the life after death, to have
    • The first period after death is really a life of memories pure and
    • of remembrance of earthly life. But now comes a time when we begin to
    • Having lived our life together in a manner that is now revealed to us
    • through mutual understanding of our physiognomies, our future life
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    • spoke of the life of the human being in the super-sensible world
    • earthly life, a good man or a bad man, a wise man or a fool. These
    • spiritual, super-sensible world, the more does our life of soul become
    • out villain in earthly life and has now passed through the gate of
    • qualities were of like nature with himself in Earthly life. This is
    • Will becomes itself perception, becomes man's whole world of life. He
    • man. In the present age human life is such that those who investigate
    • super-sensible. A man who in earthly life rejected all that transcends
    • earthly life, he has no understanding at all of the Beings in the
    • life. The legs are wrought into the spirit-form of the lower jaw, the
    • If we are healthy in soul and spirit during our life on Earth, we are
    • earthly life. But during existence in the Sun sphere between death and
    • existence. Earth life presented itself to you then as a
    • “beyond,” very much as the super-sensible life presents
    • it that on one occasion you describe man's life between death and
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    • In the lecture this afternoon the life between death and a new birth
    • the heavens and some particular region of super-sensible life. As an
    • objection to this it could be said that the life which stretches
    • life between death and a new birth, man passes into the Sun sphere. In
    • transformed into the head of the next earthly life. It must of course
    • cosmic harmony and cosmic melody. It is chiefly the life of feeling
    • What we need at this stage of life between death and a new birth is
    • connected with the inner life and experience of the soul. To speak
    • life and being of the soul. The “b” sound is primordially
    • be man's guide and show him how the life of soul and spirit can be
    • as it is to-day is certainly not born from the life of soul! It is
    • no longer any soul in them, any life, — nay, are not even
    • the head as it will be in his next life on Earth. In the Sun
    • of personal life, such as, How am I to get back to Amsterdam? —
    • faculty of memory that will be necessary in his life on Earth. The
    • looking upon the life of man between death and a new birth is a sense
    • earthly life. For it is really so, that the foundations of the limbs
    • of the previous earthly life come forth as the foundations of the head
    • planetary world on the way to his next earthly life the germs for
    • into his being, he has been living, not within his own life of
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    • world in which man verily lives his life between death and a new
    • his life will lack energy and vigour; and human love that is really
    • Let us think, to begin with, of man as he is here in earthly life,
    • impressions and sense experiences signify in life. Studies such as we
    • have been pursuing in this course of lectures take us beyond the life
    • the life of the senses, making us feel that it is, after all, of
    • still in earthly life. Such a feeling can never be the final
    • that there is an inferior way of taking the life of the senses
    • that it is possible for man to lose the life of the senses in its less
    • starry heavens, mean so little in human life that they must be
    • enhancement of the dignity of human life, you will find that the words
    • majesty of the earthly life of the senses. Wonderful, full of poetry
    • to speak of the development of spiritual life in imagery drawn from
    • other senses, are indeed connected with his Ego, with its whole life
    • Life has, we all know well, to be endured and much that life brings is
    • super-sensible forces in the human being during earthly life, then we
    • metamorphosis from an earlier to a later earthly life. At the stage of
    • realise that what has been described in connection with the life
    • our life on this physical Earth. It is all there within man when he is
    • the course of your life, maybe with many a one long since gone hence.
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    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • are living concepts; if we condemn them to lifelessness because
    • LIFE is the state of consciousness that is most familiar to
    • ordinary life and knowledge, could solve the problems of life
    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • those who do not observe life sufficiently closely into
    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • that an understanding of life may result from an understanding
    • state of sleep there emerges first the life of dreams. This
    • dream life consists of pictures, and if one pays attention to
    • this life of dreams, it is easy to observe that its pictures
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
    • waking life.
    • dream pictures are more or less taken from ordinary life
    • weapon — all these are borrowed from life. The pictures
    • derive their content from life, but this is only the
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • are living concepts; if we condemn them to lifelessness because
    • LIFE is the state of consciousness that is most familiar to
    • ordinary life and knowledge, could solve the problems of life
    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • those who do not observe life sufficiently closely into
    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • that an understanding of life may result from an understanding
    • state of sleep there emerges first the life of dreams. This
    • dream life consists of pictures, and if one pays attention to
    • this life of dreams, it is easy to observe that its pictures
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
    • waking life.
    • dream pictures are more or less taken from ordinary life
    • weapon — all these are borrowed from life. The pictures
    • derive their content from life, but this is only the
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
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  • Title: The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
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    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through
    • to the following: since in life we have so often experienced,
    • today, as they always said in his lifetime: he wants to
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    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through
    • to the following: since in life we have so often experienced,
    • today, as they always said in his lifetime: he wants to
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    • N present-day anthroposophical life we must begin to develop an art which
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • activity streams inwards. This is the life of the etheric body,
    • life of the cosmos this particular music, and radiance, and flooding
    • weaving life of those beings we name Exusiai is revealed.
    • this abstract life there is a being living more and more within
    • astral body — must be brought to life, in the way we have done
    • man goes from earthly life to earthly life, and how from life to life
    • And in what is revealed in waking life through human movement of the
    • speech — the Cherubim bring the human life of Feeling into
    • its inner activity, when man in waking life moves, speaks, feels, and
    • of whom the Universe is the revelation and the life.
    • But if earthly life is not to fall into complete decay, man must learn
    • will see how his whole life consists in a struggle and effort among
    • all that is outer garment of the Divine, and in a life within
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
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    • N present-day anthroposophical life we must begin to develop an art which
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • activity streams inwards. This is the life of the etheric body,
    • life of the cosmos this particular music, and radiance, and flooding
    • weaving life of those beings we name Exusiai is revealed.
    • this abstract life there is a being living more and more within
    • astral body — must be brought to life, in the way we have done
    • man goes from earthly life to earthly life, and how from life to life
    • And in what is revealed in waking life through human movement of the
    • speech — the Cherubim bring the human life of Feeling into
    • its inner activity, when man in waking life moves, speaks, feels, and
    • of whom the Universe is the revelation and the life.
    • But if earthly life is not to fall into complete decay, man must learn
    • will see how his whole life consists in a struggle and effort among
    • all that is outer garment of the Divine, and in a life within
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • will follow that of our earth. The Life-Spirit will attain full
    • we look forward to the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man. But
    • Hierarchies, who will endow us with the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and
    • is to come to us in the future, as our Life-Spirit,’ and so on.
    • Spirit-Self within us, as well as that of the Life-Spirit and
    • our developing the Life-Spirit.
    • there are such in life. Suppose two persons meet who dislike each
    • people, who are nearer to the life of nature, and who go to bed with
    • free will. A man of modern culture can regulate his life as he pleases,
    • and though this fact is bound to affect his life, still he can
    • waking conscious life, through absorbing the ideas and conceptions of
    • refined enough, sufficiently acquainted with its inner life, to be
    • the life of today, permeated as it is by materialistic opinions,
    • indicated in this connection from another point of view. The life of
    • dependent upon his own physical life and the physical life around him
    • meeting of his astral body with the Life-Spirit, in the same way as he
    • Upon this meeting with the Life-Spirit depends the nearness of Christ
    • Jesus. For Christ Jesus reveals Himself through the Life-Spirit. He
    • we may call the meeting with the Life-Spirit: the meeting with Christ
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    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • will follow that of our earth. The Life-Spirit will attain full
    • we look forward to the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man. But
    • Hierarchies, who will endow us with the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and
    • is to come to us in the future, as our Life-Spirit,’ and so on.
    • Spirit-Self within us, as well as that of the Life-Spirit and
    • our developing the Life-Spirit.
    • there are such in life. Suppose two persons meet who dislike each
    • people, who are nearer to the life of nature, and who go to bed with
    • free will. A man of modern culture can regulate his life as he pleases,
    • and though this fact is bound to affect his life, still he can
    • waking conscious life, through absorbing the ideas and conceptions of
    • refined enough, sufficiently acquainted with its inner life, to be
    • the life of today, permeated as it is by materialistic opinions,
    • indicated in this connection from another point of view. The life of
    • dependent upon his own physical life and the physical life around him
    • meeting of his astral body with the Life-Spirit, in the same way as he
    • Upon this meeting with the Life-Spirit depends the nearness of Christ
    • Jesus. For Christ Jesus reveals Himself through the Life-Spirit. He
    • we may call the meeting with the Life-Spirit: the meeting with Christ
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  • Title: Preface: The Foundation Stone Meditation
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    • strength and revelation in the crises of life. Therefore, it has been
    • of earthly life be traced, but that a vertical direction should be
    • eternal rhythms of life and death. Meditation will reveal the soul's
    • rigidification — were transformed. Death becomes Life.
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    • In World-depths, creating life.
    • In the Christ, death becomes life.
    • Into earthly life-stream.
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    • a 7-years' cycle in the life of the German Section we may do well to
    • karma and reincarnation, and the life between death and a new birth
    • what ordinary life has to offer. And the more this is done, the more
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • seeds for the life after death. Of course anyone who is a thinker as
    • difference between them, for what we take into the life after death is
    • Thus it is in regard to the life after death. But here on the physical
    • man's life. After a life of thought the instrument of thinking is
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    • a 7-years' cycle in the life of the German Section we may do well to
    • karma and reincarnation, and the life between death and a new birth
    • what ordinary life has to offer. And the more this is done, the more
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • seeds for the life after death. Of course anyone who is a thinker as
    • difference between them, for what we take into the life after death is
    • Thus it is in regard to the life after death. But here on the physical
    • man's life. After a life of thought the instrument of thinking is
  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • connections of his life, and what he so perceived was then expressed
    • is only one of the many processes in life. Death changes nothing at
    • before us in life, with his head, hands, feet and other members. And
    • and others. Each one of these organs contributes to human life and
    • quickens the life of the plants, so the Christ Impulse can flow into
    • ‘What has been the manner of my life hitherto? In my quest for
    • to “blessedness” (Saelde, Seligkeit) — to life in the
    • these three soul-powers within him. In ordinary life in the modern
    • transforming his “ether-body” or “life-body.” Out
    • arises “Budhi” or “Life-Spirit.” And finally, he
    • Spirit-Self or Manas, his ether-body into Life-Spirit or Budhi and
    • has become Life-Spirit, as upon something that is now separate from
    • Christ, Who is symbolised by the Dove, was awakened to life.
    • Many things have trickled through into outer life in regard to the
    • truth. Profound achievements of spiritual life were influenced by the
    • the world, but men who are practical and active in life. It brings a
    • really cope with life. It could not be otherwise, for the meaning of
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    • connections of his life, and what he so perceived was then expressed
    • is only one of the many processes in life. Death changes nothing at
    • before us in life, with his head, hands, feet and other members. And
    • and others. Each one of these organs contributes to human life and
    • quickens the life of the plants, so the Christ Impulse can flow into
    • ‘What has been the manner of my life hitherto? In my quest for
    • to “blessedness” (Saelde, Seligkeit) — to life in the
    • these three soul-powers within him. In ordinary life in the modern
    • transforming his “ether-body” or “life-body.” Out
    • arises “Budhi” or “Life-Spirit.” And finally, he
    • Spirit-Self or Manas, his ether-body into Life-Spirit or Budhi and
    • has become Life-Spirit, as upon something that is now separate from
    • Christ, Who is symbolised by the Dove, was awakened to life.
    • Many things have trickled through into outer life in regard to the
    • truth. Profound achievements of spiritual life were influenced by the
    • the world, but men who are practical and active in life. It brings a
    • really cope with life. It could not be otherwise, for the meaning of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • matters of spiritual life, and it is directly repugnant to our present-day
    • a merely external view of spiritual life and judges it by means of
    • must lead a different life than they had so far lived openly, and above
    • life is the boundary of knowledge; how to develop deeper powers in
    • lifeless cosmic body of modern astronomy, but as a spiritual planetary
    • so dominated all soul-being that in ordinary life no conception of it
    • soul as the essence, the finest life-sap contained in the world. There
    • themselves from outer life in the Mysteries, was at a given time
    • upon his own life, and so it must be regarded as of small importance
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    • matters of spiritual life, and it is directly repugnant to our present-day
    • a merely external view of spiritual life and judges it by means of
    • must lead a different life than they had so far lived openly, and above
    • life is the boundary of knowledge; how to develop deeper powers in
    • lifeless cosmic body of modern astronomy, but as a spiritual planetary
    • so dominated all soul-being that in ordinary life no conception of it
    • soul as the essence, the finest life-sap contained in the world. There
    • themselves from outer life in the Mysteries, was at a given time
    • upon his own life, and so it must be regarded as of small importance
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • trials in life, but of something that in the whole of human evolution
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • the spiritual life of the present day. When one speaks of a
    • actual life.’ This Gnostic conception is still held to be
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • century, research into the life of Jesus was substituted for an
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • point of Christian spiritual life by the ordinary methods of
    • justified either. But there is no justification or proof of the life
    • believed to refer. People tried to re-construct the life of Jesus of
    • and by carefully chosen methods, to construct a ‘life of
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
    • to the ordinary conditions of life, a remembrance arose of what had
    • in spiritual life, could then come forth as a prophet before the
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    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • trials in life, but of something that in the whole of human evolution
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • the spiritual life of the present day. When one speaks of a
    • actual life.’ This Gnostic conception is still held to be
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • century, research into the life of Jesus was substituted for an
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • point of Christian spiritual life by the ordinary methods of
    • justified either. But there is no justification or proof of the life
    • believed to refer. People tried to re-construct the life of Jesus of
    • and by carefully chosen methods, to construct a ‘life of
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
    • to the ordinary conditions of life, a remembrance arose of what had
    • in spiritual life, could then come forth as a prophet before the
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • comprehensive work of art in which the inner life of a human being
    • for art. Richard Wagner could not be a dramatist of everyday life, for
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • This urge to reveal the mysterious connections of life is apparent in
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • life of the peoples. Consciousness of this truth is expressed in many
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • comprehensive work of art in which the inner life of a human being
    • for art. Richard Wagner could not be a dramatist of everyday life, for
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • This urge to reveal the mysterious connections of life is apparent in
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • life of the peoples. Consciousness of this truth is expressed in many
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • had reached its prime, two streams of spiritual life were flowing
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • spiritual life, efforts were made to wipe out the principles whereby
    • stock would be worshipped as a God. In the thirtieth year of his life
    • away from the domain of spiritual life just as the heathen altars were
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    • had reached its prime, two streams of spiritual life were flowing
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • spiritual life, efforts were made to wipe out the principles whereby
    • stock would be worshipped as a God. In the thirtieth year of his life
    • away from the domain of spiritual life just as the heathen altars were
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • duties upon us, the duty of shaping external life in such a way that
    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • experienced even in his EXTERNAL life. Through the fact that
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • life, these three spheres are: ECONOMIC LIFE, POLITICAL or JURIDICIAL
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
    • we have cherished in the past. In our external life, we must begin to
    • which have also been applied to social life, as ruling laws.
    • life, so the Bolshevism which tends to spread out in the East
    • life.
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • social life may be very useful; but humanity should strive after the
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • human beings still ignore a secret of life which is intimately
    • it in mind. This Secret of life consists therein that man, such
    • of PRACTICAL LIFE. Only if the human being is intimately pervaded by
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • duties upon us, the duty of shaping external life in such a way that
    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • experienced even in his EXTERNAL life. Through the fact that
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • life, these three spheres are: ECONOMIC LIFE, POLITICAL or JURIDICIAL
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
    • we have cherished in the past. In our external life, we must begin to
    • which have also been applied to social life, as ruling laws.
    • life, so the Bolshevism which tends to spread out in the East
    • life.
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • social life may be very useful; but humanity should strive after the
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • human beings still ignore a secret of life which is intimately
    • it in mind. This Secret of life consists therein that man, such
    • of PRACTICAL LIFE. Only if the human being is intimately pervaded by
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  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • man’s spiritual life we must become broad-minded and we must
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • our life we think; we think, from the moment that we attain the
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • body through our thinking, is employed during our earthly life as a
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • the form of a sphere; but it cannot do this because during our life
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • things in life; this can only be explained through the brutality with
    • which they face life’s practical aspects. When I advance such
    • human forces which are also needed in practical life, can give rise
    • to-day that people actually believe that human life on earth is
    • which such things rise out of human life and pass through a soul such
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
    • observations of life, if we simply bear in mind an external,
    • superficial observation of life ... for instance the fact that the
    • who takes the things he writes from LIFE.
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    • man’s spiritual life we must become broad-minded and we must
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • our life we think; we think, from the moment that we attain the
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • body through our thinking, is employed during our earthly life as a
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • the form of a sphere; but it cannot do this because during our life
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • things in life; this can only be explained through the brutality with
    • which they face life’s practical aspects. When I advance such
    • human forces which are also needed in practical life, can give rise
    • to-day that people actually believe that human life on earth is
    • which such things rise out of human life and pass through a soul such
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
    • observations of life, if we simply bear in mind an external,
    • superficial observation of life ... for instance the fact that the
    • who takes the things he writes from LIFE.
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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • us pictures of happenings in the spiritual life of the Cosmos and in
    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • we have a deep responsibility to the laws of the spiritual life, the
    • forces stream into the unconscious or subconscious life of the soul;
    • influence arising from the subconscious life. That is why we
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • life of the universe.
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
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    • us pictures of happenings in the spiritual life of the Cosmos and in
    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • we have a deep responsibility to the laws of the spiritual life, the
    • forces stream into the unconscious or subconscious life of the soul;
    • influence arising from the subconscious life. That is why we
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • life of the universe.
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
  • Title: Lecture: Christianity in Human Evolution
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    • Jesus of Nazareth in the thirtieth year of his life. This Being, Who
    • etheric or life body, along with the other members of his being. For
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • Christ, of His death on the cross and of His continuing life in the
    • becomes explicable when we, as people of the present, study his life
    • Thüringen, who was born in 1207. Knowing this secret of her life
    • insists upon representing the life of Jesus of Nazareth as a myth. Do
    • and is now to be developed little by little up to spirit self, life
    • far greater things and the Christian development and standard of life
    • as the Christian life spirit. In a radiant perspective of the future
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    • Jesus of Nazareth in the thirtieth year of his life. This Being, Who
    • etheric or life body, along with the other members of his being. For
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • Christ, of His death on the cross and of His continuing life in the
    • becomes explicable when we, as people of the present, study his life
    • Thüringen, who was born in 1207. Knowing this secret of her life
    • insists upon representing the life of Jesus of Nazareth as a myth. Do
    • and is now to be developed little by little up to spirit self, life
    • far greater things and the Christian development and standard of life
    • as the Christian life spirit. In a radiant perspective of the future
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • as we have a Science whose only appeal is to our life of Thought, we
    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • descends into an earthly body. As we in ordinary life remember our
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • life of soul.
    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • Men had increasingly forgotten their past life of soul
    • when they descended to this life through birth. In the light of the
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • life, their present separation from the Father. They were the
    • pre-earthly life which they afterwards remembered when on Earth.
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • primæval humanity remembered in their earthly life — whom we
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • times I gave you the faculty to remember your spiritual life, your
    • souls to life again, that ye may bear them, once more a living soul,
    • of life, of comfort and of strength, “In Christ we die” —
    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • as we have a Science whose only appeal is to our life of Thought, we
    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • descends into an earthly body. As we in ordinary life remember our
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • life of soul.
    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • Men had increasingly forgotten their past life of soul
    • when they descended to this life through birth. In the light of the
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • life, their present separation from the Father. They were the
    • pre-earthly life which they afterwards remembered when on Earth.
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • primæval humanity remembered in their earthly life — whom we
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • times I gave you the faculty to remember your spiritual life, your
    • souls to life again, that ye may bear them, once more a living soul,
    • of life, of comfort and of strength, “In Christ we die” —
    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
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    • that which passes onward from life to life as spiritual cause and
    • constitutes Man, and which passes onward from one earth-life to
    • from life to life? No! What thou doest to-day, what thou doest
    • tomorrow, is it these things which go from life to life? No! What is
    • which stands before me as Man, Name and Form pass from life to life.
    • is even thus with what reappears in a later life on earth in relation
    • earth-life strives to reappear transformed, as effects, in later
    • into a future life.’
    • earth-life, has no value, for his deeds alone have their
    • Christianity, that which makes man a unity in his earthly life is the
    • everything that could possibly serve to ennoble human life. During
    • time in his life was confronted by sorrow and pain and all the dark
    • whose life was ebbing away, and above all how he saw a corpse. And it
    • dawned upon him that life must after all be utterly different from
    • he had learned to believe that life could never ebb away nor cease.
    • And now he discovered that life embraced both pain and sorrow.
    • Buddha! Life contained pain, sorrow and death. He had seen it for
    • the value of life?’ he cried to himself, ‘if it bears
    • of Life, which he gathered together in these words: ‘Birth is
    • circumstance of life, what we desire, is sorrow.’
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    • that which passes onward from life to life as spiritual cause and
    • constitutes Man, and which passes onward from one earth-life to
    • from life to life? No! What thou doest to-day, what thou doest
    • tomorrow, is it these things which go from life to life? No! What is
    • which stands before me as Man, Name and Form pass from life to life.
    • is even thus with what reappears in a later life on earth in relation
    • earth-life strives to reappear transformed, as effects, in later
    • into a future life.’
    • earth-life, has no value, for his deeds alone have their
    • Christianity, that which makes man a unity in his earthly life is the
    • everything that could possibly serve to ennoble human life. During
    • time in his life was confronted by sorrow and pain and all the dark
    • whose life was ebbing away, and above all how he saw a corpse. And it
    • dawned upon him that life must after all be utterly different from
    • he had learned to believe that life could never ebb away nor cease.
    • And now he discovered that life embraced both pain and sorrow.
    • Buddha! Life contained pain, sorrow and death. He had seen it for
    • the value of life?’ he cried to himself, ‘if it bears
    • of Life, which he gathered together in these words: ‘Birth is
    • circumstance of life, what we desire, is sorrow.’
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    • sense of the term. We can obtain a general survey of human life in
    • dignity, is bound up with speech. Our innermost life, all our
    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • is a kind of tyrant that exercises its power over the inner life. We
    • life. Those who have knowledge will be able to learn a great deal
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • life on the other, are expressed in speech, the so-called ‘Mystery
    • life of the soul by observing how a man expresses himself in words.
    • world. As a second, higher member he has the etheric, or life body.
    • etheric body which has been thus transmuted the ‘Life Spirit’
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • life of consciousness, intelligence and feeling, and look back
    • to what has preceded this inner life, we are led to a soul activity
    • body in such a way that it has become permeated by an etheric or life
    • or life body; that is to say, the etheric body is the architect or
    • Nobody will doubt, even if he only observes human life
    • brain, throughout the course of human life? Our brain adapts itself
    • said that we should not understand our own inner life of soul and
    • The elements brought to life in the soul are drawn from the world
    • the inner life, — justifies us in saying that speech has not
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    • sense of the term. We can obtain a general survey of human life in
    • dignity, is bound up with speech. Our innermost life, all our
    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • is a kind of tyrant that exercises its power over the inner life. We
    • life. Those who have knowledge will be able to learn a great deal
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • life on the other, are expressed in speech, the so-called ‘Mystery
    • life of the soul by observing how a man expresses himself in words.
    • world. As a second, higher member he has the etheric, or life body.
    • etheric body which has been thus transmuted the ‘Life Spirit’
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • life of consciousness, intelligence and feeling, and look back
    • to what has preceded this inner life, we are led to a soul activity
    • body in such a way that it has become permeated by an etheric or life
    • or life body; that is to say, the etheric body is the architect or
    • Nobody will doubt, even if he only observes human life
    • brain, throughout the course of human life? Our brain adapts itself
    • said that we should not understand our own inner life of soul and
    • The elements brought to life in the soul are drawn from the world
    • the inner life, — justifies us in saying that speech has not
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    • influence and he would fain bring it into the orbit of his life, or
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that one can come again to an understanding of the soul life of such
    • life of a Greek and the inner life of a man of the present day. To
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • in life had not, up to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, been an
    • too quickly. Death had no place in the life-experience of the higher
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • branches of the trees, the plants are fading away, life is being
    • mineralised. All the fresh young sprouting life that we saw in the
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • life of the First Beginnings to flow again in language, what a
    • a festival which gives a tremendous urge to human life, much as in
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    • influence and he would fain bring it into the orbit of his life, or
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that one can come again to an understanding of the soul life of such
    • life of a Greek and the inner life of a man of the present day. To
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • in life had not, up to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, been an
    • too quickly. Death had no place in the life-experience of the higher
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • branches of the trees, the plants are fading away, life is being
    • mineralised. All the fresh young sprouting life that we saw in the
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • life of the First Beginnings to flow again in language, what a
    • a festival which gives a tremendous urge to human life, much as in
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • concerned with all that surrounds and is connected with his life
    • revelation of their life and being — because, if this
    • mental life, for the light was now shut off by the wall of which I
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • life-breath is provided by the thinking of the West, permeated as it
    • Ural and Volga districts dwell those beings whose life-element is
    • happening here, their inner life will be taken hold of by the fiery
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • concerned with all that surrounds and is connected with his life
    • revelation of their life and being — because, if this
    • mental life, for the light was now shut off by the wall of which I
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • life-breath is provided by the thinking of the West, permeated as it
    • Ural and Volga districts dwell those beings whose life-element is
    • happening here, their inner life will be taken hold of by the fiery
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • the same direct way. Through our whole life in the elemental world we
    • other elemental beings, who accompany us throughout our life, and we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • perception, then, too, he can consciously converse in his life of
    • refined and delicate than those of ordinary life. Thus he is
    • there was a relation during earthly life between the one who has
    • attention to them. If we were wont to observe our soul's life
    • constantly let this finer, more delicate life of the soul be
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • rays of force begin to penetrate into our soul's life. But this
    • into our conceptual life. It works its way rather into our habits,
    • into our whole way of life and conduct; into all this there streams
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • when, maintaining his connection with us in the physical life (the
    • connection which was begun during his own life on Earth), he comes up
    • meets us just in ordinary life. His feeling and condition as a whole
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • the same direct way. Through our whole life in the elemental world we
    • other elemental beings, who accompany us throughout our life, and we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • perception, then, too, he can consciously converse in his life of
    • refined and delicate than those of ordinary life. Thus he is
    • there was a relation during earthly life between the one who has
    • attention to them. If we were wont to observe our soul's life
    • constantly let this finer, more delicate life of the soul be
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • rays of force begin to penetrate into our soul's life. But this
    • into our conceptual life. It works its way rather into our habits,
    • into our whole way of life and conduct; into all this there streams
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • when, maintaining his connection with us in the physical life (the
    • connection which was begun during his own life on Earth), he comes up
    • meets us just in ordinary life. His feeling and condition as a whole
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    • How can Osiris be awakened to new life? Man must work towards the
    • life then a social theory is possible that grasps real life. Lack in
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    • souls, is not adapted to grasp the social-moral life. Present
    • prevails in the historical, the social, the ethical life is more or
    • active in the social life. I stated that in earlier times men were
    • number of Gods connected with their own life, but how they have whole
    • death and also leads a life between death and a new birth. Even from
    • but in order to know of this eternal part in life the Egyptians
    • happier life than in later times. The later human beings are the
    • a swan, golden rain, and so on; thus in ordinary life these Gods were
    • can only hold sway for the life that man knows between birth and
    • mental life. He connected the ancient Intuitional Beings with Gaea,
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    • super-sensible worlds and have still preserved life in the imaginative
    • this life-in-Imaginations. Osiris has been killed by his brother
    • said: Osiris was slain. They meant to say: the old life in the
    • Osiris. Together with the dying away of the old life of the world in
    • puberty entered — not only for the voice, but the life of
    • comes to life in me again, it is perception, it lives in me. That
    • of an alteration in their mental life, in the case of the woman was
    • to reflect, conceive abstractly. Over the whole life was spread
    • human life between birth and death. To the age of puberty he
    • the day; and what was spread out over the whole life between birth
    • during the whole human life between birth and death.
    • atmosphere, experience with my whole life, that, however, is
    • social life of man on earth was in fact also thought to be in
    • to say. As the individual man directed his life with his ordinary
    • in another. It is the sexual human being that lives his life through
    • another in another star, and one knew that one's life was ruled from
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
    • living for the social life of men.
    • revivified? How can Osiris come to new life? How does man approach
    • again life and experience in the Imaginative consciousness?
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    • being had arisen with the appearance of life, but with the laws of
    • Generally in life if
    • element, however, has its significance for the social life, for the
    • spoken) — ‘the Letter kills, but the Spirit gives life’.
    • Imaginative life drew out of the spirit, as we described yesterday.
    • This ancient spirit gave life, and the livingness in that epoch of
    • proverb ‘the letter kills but the spirit gives life’ is
    • in life one becomes older. As a matter of fact modern mankind only
    • entering this life through the Gate of Birth? There arises the other
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • science or in general life? This extraordinarily important
    • never seek to grasp the spiritual life of the soul cannot lift the
    • veil of Isis; he however can lift it, who grasps the spiritual life,
    • specially in this age as shadow-side of the spiritual life, he takes
    • than those we go by when in physical life we set our clock by them.
    • that the force which flowed through earthly life was the one which
    • and in human life, then it is as if he came into direct touch with
    • takes into his life through the forces of the Gemini-sphere, the
    • spiritual life, world-knowledge, world-conception. Man is shut off
    • Thus all that is connected with spirituality for this life
    • life between death and a new birth — is especially serviceable
    • the relationships of life. And the difficult years in which we are
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    • grows up and attains the age known to us as the average age of life.
    • the fifth decade of his life, and he always knew that the process of
    • life-forces, the fruit of these declining life-forces as a kind of
    • condemned to carry right through life the development they acquired
    • life-time lasted that was granted him after his fall. Four times
    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • to indifference, but to strong and active life. And therefore he
    • has put before his audience: the whole life of Europe, above all,
    • however, the life of science and life of the State, must be
    • modern times into scientific thought or the life of the State. Now he
    • scientific and State-life.
    • of course speaking of the science, the political life of his time,
    • political life as he regarded them in 1828. Try for once to inquire
    • of the sciences which count for the most in public life: physics,
    • comfortable theory that the religious life makes different demands
    • observed, the religious life to the feelings. Both are to be nicely
    • but should be carried into the whole of life, above all the life of
    • forth which would be Christianized in its life of State and Science.
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • they believed they could trace more strength in the Catholic life
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    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • said ever come before us in life? What I have just said seems to be
    • arise: does it ever come before us in life? That is the important
    • thing: it appears in life quite clearly. The head is the instrument
    • the fact that in life as well we are really a duplex being. Not only
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • of the organism needs the whole of life up to death to do this. One
    • can in fact only experience in a whole lifetime what the head
    • years he would slowly have gone through, one after another, many life
    • of life, he now goes through rapidly, it might even be in
    • the life-wisdom of the whole life that might still have been lived,
    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • his life through. And one can study through it the relation between
    • social life. It is really true that during his young days a man takes
    • them. They are then head-knowledge. The rest of life that runs more
    • flexible one's whole life through. And one needs just as much longer
    • head-knowledge and can then in the course of life change it into
    • with human life. The dead have a speech today that we who are living
    • also ‘The Inner Nature of Man and Life between Death and
    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
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    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • all circumstances and, above all, to human life in the way I have
    • concerned with human life, but with every possible kind of earthly
    • life of the cockchafer is connected with the in-streaming substance
    • and the life of the grubs with the out-streaming substance. I
    • intensive observation of human life one can see how man makes use of
    • has a share in our life, is inwardly interested in it. And
    • enter physical life through birth, and again we live as souls when we
    • incarnation. The dead live a spiritual life, and this life is
    • because our head is actually the grave of our soul-life as we led it
    • goes to pieces gradually during our life and the spiritual arises. We
    • Cosmic Life’.] And our life here consists in developing
    • head-life and heart-life enter into correspondence with one another,
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • Thus the whole man can then be rejuvenated during the lifetime to be
    • one's interest in them through every age of life. I only beg of you,
    • life. In the excellent book by Eduard Suess, The Countenance of
    • as we always carry within us something belonging to the next life,
    • are already here during our physical life preparing the next planet
    • in the future life of the earth. We have said that the earth breathes
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    • Mysteries of Life. Disturbance
    • soul-life in unspatial formations. The arising of space from
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    • experiences of everyday life to the most lofty concerns of man, and
    • in so doing find a new point of contact between our daily life and
    • order to meet the manifold events and circumstances of life. And we
    • in life, all inner calm, all that peace of mind which is so necessary
    • to life, if the message to which we give the name of Anthroposophy or
    • rays as they enchant forth life from the ground of the earth in a
    • intensely interesting observations in everyday life. There is a
    • because — well, because in the walk of life in which he grew up
    • who has grown mature in the experience of life, will know that a
    • see the truth of this confirmed in life.
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    • point of view as a practical rule of life you will find that there
    • critical moments of life, turn to thinking, in the hope to gain
    • life and cannot always wait to penetrate to the depths of reality. We
    • not rest content to go through life with easy self-assurance; it must
    • be given up if we want to set the course of our inner life in the
    • I have, of course, to live my life, and this means I must form
    • judgment in so far as the practice of life makes this necessary, but
    • practical life, while for an approach to reality the attitude is
    • a word taken from our own soul life.
    • in short, the whole world of the senses. In ordinary life we stand in
    • quick with life, we might compare it to a gentle and even flow of
    • sprouting life. Thus he grows together — quite literally —
    • sprouting of life. But now suppose he is looking at the dry and
    • into the future. Budding, sprouting life — death and decay;
    • him the feeling of budding and sprouting life, other contents or
    • sprouting life. We can mark off these worlds in the following way
    • in ordinary life man does not know of these connections, the power to
    • opportunities in life where our thoughts and whatever we develop in
    • are in these bodies, we should have a very short life. For in our
    • a description of how the life
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    • prevailing life activity is completely excluded.
    • human being is unable to impress fully into the life of the etheric
    • organic life-processes.
    • principal concern and care of life — to receive nourishment and
    • materialistically inclined as the greatest pleasure in life
    • keenest enjoyments of life! Such a change has man undergone that to
    • strange fact in human life that we here have to face, but it must be
    • what is this quality actually? How does it manifest in life? It shows
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    • soul-life in unspatial formations. The arising of space from
    • once becomes an outer, just like a sloughed skin. Our soul-life
    • gives the content of our soul-life; for if you think it over you will
    • this possibility lies the reality of our soul-life. Now one can
    • conceive of this reality of soul-life as being fashioned in all
    • identified with your own inner being a wide region of soul-life.
    • if this soul-life of yours were suddenly shrunk together; only a few
    • for you. And when you sleep then your soul-life shrinks right up
    • feathers. So you have a continuous re-shaping of the soul-life. And
    • draw the content of our life of soul, then we could form it in many
    • there is always the content of soul-life. From this symbol, making the
    • A soul-life which listens to a symphony is richer than one which
    • hears only a single note. So one can say that the soul-life opens out
    • present, and that is inner spiritual movement. Movement! Soul-life
    • expanding and contracting soul-life. And what lives in this expansion
    • consider how this soul-life is at times in quicker motion and at
    • order to expand your life of soul. So we have seriatim, first,
    • within our soul-life — I say advisedly, our life of soul —
    • differentiate within your soul-life: will, wisdom, movement, form.
    • These weave and live within the life of soul.
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    • science and everyday life can teach in order to realise how terribly
    • these processes enclose us in this life.
    • taken place. It has, of course, its significance for the life of the
    • to the life of man in their immediate experience and observation,
    • Self; the nature of man as it plays in from Budhi or Life Spirit, and
    • What result this has on morality and on the whole life of man in his
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    • physical instrument for the life of the spirit, he receives with his
    • who is not ripe to leave it to his own soul-life to provide him with
    • harvest and say to ourselves: How much of all that sprouting life
    • soul-life. You are continually receiving impressions, and the sum of
    • trace of the immeasurably rich life man leads in sleep — then
    • in life. You dream of some situation. Perhaps you dream you are
    • impression of being concerned with people I know in physical life, it
    • seems to relate itself to physical life. But where does it come from?
    • In spite of that, however, it entered deeply into your life. It is
    • for themselves — that is to say, their whole life long remain
    • daily life of man. I think I need not spend words in pointing out
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    • body is devoted to a retrospective view of his last earth life, which
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • imprints of all that the human being has gone through in life. This
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • and mode of our behavior towards the etheric body. Our life is not
    • means of his intellectual life, his feeling life, his will, that is,
    • conduct in life contributes to the configuration of the etheric body,
    • incorporated into it in the course of life. One can thus say that the
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • earth life has expanded into the cosmos, has come back again, and now
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • what is ours from the earth. Between the two stands our feeling life
    • life.
    • tried to establish a connection between their rhythmic life and their
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • us how the former earth life is connected with this life.
    • certain that the germ of the next earth life lies buried within us,
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    • body is devoted to a retrospective view of his last earth life, which
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • imprints of all that the human being has gone through in life. This
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • and mode of our behavior towards the etheric body. Our life is not
    • means of his intellectual life, his feeling life, his will, that is,
    • conduct in life contributes to the configuration of the etheric body,
    • incorporated into it in the course of life. One can thus say that the
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • earth life has expanded into the cosmos, has come back again, and now
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • what is ours from the earth. Between the two stands our feeling life
    • life.
    • tried to establish a connection between their rhythmic life and their
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • us how the former earth life is connected with this life.
    • certain that the germ of the next earth life lies buried within us,
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  • Title: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • consciousness: waking life and sleep. The conception of sleep in most
    • At the present stage of evolution reached by man in earthly life, it
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • sleep and they work on into the life of day, into man's
    • conscious life.
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • thinking of the beginning of man's life. During the very
    • his way into the earthly life. You must not think here only of the
    • period which cannot, in later life, be remembered by ordinary
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • his way into earthly life.
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • his pre-earthly life and proceeds to weave, in the dim consciousness
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • language. But through the whole of life, the element of spirit and
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • consciousness: waking life and sleep. The conception of sleep in most
    • At the present stage of evolution reached by man in earthly life, it
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • sleep and they work on into the life of day, into man's
    • conscious life.
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • thinking of the beginning of man's life. During the very
    • his way into the earthly life. You must not think here only of the
    • period which cannot, in later life, be remembered by ordinary
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • his way into earthly life.
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • his pre-earthly life and proceeds to weave, in the dim consciousness
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • language. But through the whole of life, the element of spirit and
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  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • life by the men of genius living at the close of the 18th and
    • its attitude toward life, will have two important experiences. The
    • life-blood, which must, in some way as yet not clear, produce a
    • intellectual life of Germany during the period in question. It will
    • possible that new life may be infused into the active principles of
    • intellectual life which his attitude toward life and the world could
    • It was Goethe's life-work to strive to obtain an ever clearer
    • and occurrences of the moment, with which kind of life I had reason
    • Impatient the free air of life to breathe.
    • Pass into life by their experience wiser.
    • He wants and wishes body, life, and limb.
    • origin of the lower forms of life was that the impulse which was
    • Anthroposophical teaching of Spirit-self, Life-spirit, Spirit-man).
    • through all changes it is the great task of his life to harmonize
    • partly carried out in my life, and partly wished to carry out?
    • outlook on life.
    • toward the hidden laws of Life. He was often forced to notice how
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    • life by the men of genius living at the close of the 18th and
    • its attitude toward life, will have two important experiences. The
    • life-blood, which must, in some way as yet not clear, produce a
    • intellectual life of Germany during the period in question. It will
    • possible that new life may be infused into the active principles of
    • intellectual life which his attitude toward life and the world could
    • It was Goethe's life-work to strive to obtain an ever clearer
    • and occurrences of the moment, with which kind of life I had reason
    • Impatient the free air of life to breathe.
    • Pass into life by their experience wiser.
    • He wants and wishes body, life, and limb.
    • origin of the lower forms of life was that the impulse which was
    • Anthroposophical teaching of Spirit-self, Life-spirit, Spirit-man).
    • through all changes it is the great task of his life to harmonize
    • partly carried out in my life, and partly wished to carry out?
    • outlook on life.
    • toward the hidden laws of Life. He was often forced to notice how
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • course of historic evolution man's life of soul has changed, we
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • life at Weimar.
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • world and his view of life since the fifteenth century? It is, in
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
    • any means the abstract concept — was imbued with life.
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • life, of constant change in living beings. When we conceive of a
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • inwardly quickened life of soul, and in the outer world observed, all
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • a fundamental element in the life of soul as it was in the remote
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • course of historic evolution man's life of soul has changed, we
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • life at Weimar.
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • world and his view of life since the fifteenth century? It is, in
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
    • any means the abstract concept — was imbued with life.
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • life, of constant change in living beings. When we conceive of a
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • inwardly quickened life of soul, and in the outer world observed, all
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • a fundamental element in the life of soul as it was in the remote
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
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  • Title: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • faculties of cognition operating in ordinary life and ordinary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • involuntarily or at will, pictures of our life since birth, or rather
    • it possesses in ordinary life and in ordinary science.
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
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    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • faculties of cognition operating in ordinary life and ordinary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • involuntarily or at will, pictures of our life since birth, or rather
    • it possesses in ordinary life and in ordinary science.
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
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    • to know something of what earthly life in the future holds in store.
    • the part played in his life by prophecy. The kind of prophecy in
    • positions of the stars, and the life of man. All prophesying in those
    • life of individuals, even, too, of races. But prophetic knowledge,
    • ordinary life. The human being was thus given over to other Powers,
    • consciousness quite different from that of ordinary life; she was
    • influenced the life of these Old Testament people, but fore-shadowed
    • torn away from the affairs of ordinary life. In such a condition they
    • man’s life and, according to certain traditional observations
    • human life, predicts from these calculations what will transpire in
    • the life of an individual or of a people. There seems to be no kind
    • happenings in the life of an individual or a people, or in the
    • we think objectively about life as it was in those days, we realise
    • man’s life was only a matter of chance. Certainly it must be
    • many important happenings in Wallenstein’s life and he
    • occasions was able to adjust his life according to the
    • closely acquainted with his life know what Tycho de Brahe achieved in
    • related the happenings of human life with happenings in the heavens.
    • overcome in the life of Duke Hans ... if so, he said, God would have
    • life? As a young man he was involved in the political complications
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    • to know something of what earthly life in the future holds in store.
    • the part played in his life by prophecy. The kind of prophecy in
    • positions of the stars, and the life of man. All prophesying in those
    • life of individuals, even, too, of races. But prophetic knowledge,
    • ordinary life. The human being was thus given over to other Powers,
    • consciousness quite different from that of ordinary life; she was
    • influenced the life of these Old Testament people, but fore-shadowed
    • torn away from the affairs of ordinary life. In such a condition they
    • man’s life and, according to certain traditional observations
    • human life, predicts from these calculations what will transpire in
    • the life of an individual or of a people. There seems to be no kind
    • happenings in the life of an individual or a people, or in the
    • we think objectively about life as it was in those days, we realise
    • man’s life was only a matter of chance. Certainly it must be
    • many important happenings in Wallenstein’s life and he
    • occasions was able to adjust his life according to the
    • closely acquainted with his life know what Tycho de Brahe achieved in
    • related the happenings of human life with happenings in the heavens.
    • overcome in the life of Duke Hans ... if so, he said, God would have
    • life? As a young man he was involved in the political complications
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  • Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Prefatory Note
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    • organs. Organs, after all, deteriorate as life progresses and, to speak
    • what the Initiates of earlier times had studied from life in its fresh
    • life of the cosmos, those Beings who tell us: “During the third,
    • waves of cosmic life into ourselves, and adjust them to our inner
    • hearing; life of a very special kind is present here. The head-nature
    • work ... not to bring Homer to life again, for he had not really
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    • study of the life and being of man to the spiritual worlds and I
    • domains too, including that of social life, by calling to their aid
    • to the religious and the social life in ancient Egypt and to other
    • spiritual, the pre-earthly life, is contained in the substance of the
    • influence the social life of men. In more ancient times still, it had
    • the external life of the cosmos. Just as with the inbreathing, as I
    • cosmic space — as it will do — there must exist a life that
    • intimately connected with earthly life. They expect to receive from
    • earthly life a stimulus that will enable them to undo their activity in
    • impulses are bound up with his individuality in this earthly life, and
    • the mechanical contrivances of modern life that form a kind of second
    • intellectual life — that is what modern man must acquire, I will
    • religion, no science, no art, when life was entirely primitive. The
    • life.
    • faced fairly and squarely. People who hold a certain position in life
    • principle must also operate in the life of thought. People must learn
    • in life. If it were universally cultivated, newspapers written in the
    • world of practical affairs, so, too, morality must pervade the life of
    • to think it, or to hold such a point of view! In their life of thought,
    • city of the spiritual life, but the attack fails, with the exception of
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    • times when the life of soul was quite unlike that of today. Before the
    • of his inner life, were imparted to him directly from the spiritual
    • His life of soul was replete with thoughts proceeding from the
    • inner life of soul.
    • what should be introduced into human life and directives for the
    • life has gone out of them, they are mummified. Just as the Egyptian
    • olden time. Spiritual life pulsated through the ceremonies when they
    • were being enacted among the ancient Initiates — a spiritual life
    • life.
    • up to the surface, into the sphere of man's life, from the depths of a
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    • process between birth and death results in the influx of new life into
    • next earthly life. Such was the teaching given by the Initiates of
    • indications of that which during the life of man on earth is
    • help you to study the life-processes, or the perceptive processes; but
    • During life, the breath is drawn back into the head and then streams
    • waking life. Observation of the etheric body gives the feeling that
    • preserved forms, which, during life, are hidden from observation but of
    • today there is no more spiritual life than there was life in the
    • — something was preserved that can and will be wakened into life
    • between man's mode of life today and what Paracelsus, for example,
    • of their life. For instance, they practise medicine, but according to
    • life. Clothes, for instance, are made with a sewing machine. The
    • subsequent incarnation of the earth just as our own future earthly life
    • within it the different processes of nature and plant life. Machines
    • life with which man imbues the word is contained in what comes to pass
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    • soul. Thinking, as exercised by the human being in earthly life, is
    • what it is in earthly life, but that it is a kind of corpse in the soul
    • in the life of soul, is our human thinking. Those who have known best
    • in a strange situation; his life of soul was not like ours today;
    • life as real as the life-principle working in the plants. Today, the
    • mankind has not been able to infuse real life into ceremonies and rites
    • capable. For him, real life flowed out of the rites which, for others,
    • more than once in his life. It was from this that there came to him the
    • whole of modern spiritual life and the importance of which is still not
    • some person who at one time in his life was as thin as a reed and
    • imbued the concept with life.
    • being kindled to life — for all he need do is to incline his head
    • head of our present earth-life is the transformed body (the body apart
    • from the head) of our previous earth-life. The head, or rather the
    • indeed they actually pass away during life! The head — I am
    • previous life. In that life, again, the forces of the head were those
    • of the body of the preceding life; and the body that is now yours will
    • be transformed, metamorphosed, into the head of the future earth-life.
    • derives from the previous earth-life; it is the transformed body, a
    • responsible for this inner quickening in his life of thought. Although
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    • NICHOLAS I AND THE SPIRITUAL LIFE OF EUROPE
    • of profound significance in the whole life of the West during the
    • life during the time of the Crusades. We hear, too, of Orders like that
    • spiritual life, and thus sprang from the spirit pervading the Crusades,
    • influences were clearly present in the life of the West.
    • I perceived three streams of spiritual life — three streams
    • super-sensible Event, unintelligible in the natural and historical life
    • connected in any real way with this stream of spiritual life, held that
    • life of the super-sensible worlds, in bringing home to him that his soul
    • intellectual life of Europe there must be nothing of the esoteric, nor
    • also discerned the grandeur of this stream of spiritual life. Although
    • stream flashed into life with tremendous power.
    • spiritual life into their souls. And so the strange position arose that
    • the other (Western) stream of esoteric life. Middle Europe must not,
    • arose, taking hold of the religious and also the scientific life of
    • metamorphosis that leads over from one earthly life to the next.
    • portrayal of the life of soul as it was in Europe during the ninth
    • into branches of the occult, esoteric life, into all kinds of occult
    • into connection with the living flow of spiritual life, with the life
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    • above, seeks to take its place in modern life through the study of
    • life and super-sensible facts! What is it compared with the results
    • passes over into a super-sensible, spiritual world. From the life led
    • within our soul during one life, and even the blows of destiny which
    • prepared for ourselves during an earlier life on earth. It explains
    • moreover that everything we experience during this earthly life, all
    • spiritual world, we once more enter a new life on earth, as already
    • conditions of human life in remote epochs of earthly existence. From
    • which existed before human life on earth began. They look at the
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • human life most deeply, because they are connected with our innermost
    • soul life-and we find that it is kindled by the external world, that
    • sorrow-even if we do our utmost to look into our soul life, we cannot
    • creative processes, to penetrate into what we feel to be life's
    • the essence of life, these phenomena are of the profoundest
    • significance. They evoke what we may call a mystery of life. Though
    • habitual thing in life has lost the power of making a strong
    • life, our whole waking life, must be a kind of destructive process,
    • reality, the peculiarity of our waking daytime life is that it does
    • all, it constantly consumes us, dissolves us. The waking life of day
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    • above, seeks to take its place in modern life through the study of
    • life and super-sensible facts! What is it compared with the results
    • passes over into a super-sensible, spiritual world. From the life led
    • within our soul during one life, and even the blows of destiny which
    • prepared for ourselves during an earlier life on earth. It explains
    • moreover that everything we experience during this earthly life, all
    • spiritual world, we once more enter a new life on earth, as already
    • conditions of human life in remote epochs of earthly existence. From
    • which existed before human life on earth began. They look at the
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • human life most deeply, because they are connected with our innermost
    • soul life-and we find that it is kindled by the external world, that
    • sorrow-even if we do our utmost to look into our soul life, we cannot
    • creative processes, to penetrate into what we feel to be life's
    • the essence of life, these phenomena are of the profoundest
    • significance. They evoke what we may call a mystery of life. Though
    • habitual thing in life has lost the power of making a strong
    • life, our whole waking life, must be a kind of destructive process,
    • reality, the peculiarity of our waking daytime life is that it does
    • all, it constantly consumes us, dissolves us. The waking life of day
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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • The spiritual life of
    • The spiritual life of
    • then Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus — the spiritual life of
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • life of the present, have treated in an amateurish way what has
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • above examples, to social life. The first more important
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • a peculiar structure of spiritual life arose in the second half
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
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    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • The spiritual life of
    • The spiritual life of
    • then Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus — the spiritual life of
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • life of the present, have treated in an amateurish way what has
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • above examples, to social life. The first more important
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • a peculiar structure of spiritual life arose in the second half
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • only possess a life of thoughts, the human being also possesses a
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • life of dreams; the life of dreams takes its course in pictures; the
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • which experiences feelings within the human life of feeling. Thus we
    • may say: During his waking life, from the moment of waking up to the
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • of feelings for a world-conception. Human life is constantly
    • interrupted, as it were, by the life of sleep. In the same way in
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • within man's entire soul-life, so the world of feelings, and
    • into human life. We dream through the fact that we feel; we sleep
    • as human beings, we may be soundly materialistic within our life
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • only possess a life of thoughts, the human being also possesses a
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • life of dreams; the life of dreams takes its course in pictures; the
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • which experiences feelings within the human life of feeling. Thus we
    • may say: During his waking life, from the moment of waking up to the
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • of feelings for a world-conception. Human life is constantly
    • interrupted, as it were, by the life of sleep. In the same way in
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • within man's entire soul-life, so the world of feelings, and
    • into human life. We dream through the fact that we feel; we sleep
    • as human beings, we may be soundly materialistic within our life
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
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    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • life-processes. Saturn consisted of heat-substance, of an immensely
    • life. Even as to-day you are able to make a table, so these
    • Sprit-Self or Manas, their Life-Spirit or Buddhi, their Spirit-Man or
    • 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
    • Spirit-Self, the Life-Spirit, the Spirit-Man or Atma, then the Holy
    • needed better conditions of life for the Beings Who lived upon it.
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
    • The life of the animal-men and of
    • their epoch of sexual life. General processes of lunar life expressed
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    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • life-processes. Saturn consisted of heat-substance, of an immensely
    • life. Even as to-day you are able to make a table, so these
    • Sprit-Self or Manas, their Life-Spirit or Buddhi, their Spirit-Man or
    • 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
    • Spirit-Self, the Life-Spirit, the Spirit-Man or Atma, then the Holy
    • needed better conditions of life for the Beings Who lived upon it.
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
    • The life of the animal-men and of
    • their epoch of sexual life. General processes of lunar life expressed
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    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • to enable it to provide the life-forces required by a human being
    • life up to the 60th, 70th or 80th
    • through his life between birth and death.
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • feeding it with life-forces. These forces remained in that etheric
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • such a way that it provides us with life-forces, because the
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • reflexion of the universe! All that we acquire during our life as
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • through a normal life between birth and death, for then we have drawn
    • future, the unused etheric bodies of those who had to carry life
    • spiritual-scientific mentality and having a deep life in common with
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    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • to enable it to provide the life-forces required by a human being
    • life up to the 60th, 70th or 80th
    • through his life between birth and death.
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • feeding it with life-forces. These forces remained in that etheric
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • such a way that it provides us with life-forces, because the
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • reflexion of the universe! All that we acquire during our life as
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • through a normal life between birth and death, for then we have drawn
    • future, the unused etheric bodies of those who had to carry life
    • spiritual-scientific mentality and having a deep life in common with
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • it were at the threshold of the knowledge of life after death but
    • man as he stands there with his life of soul on the one side and his
    • adequate description either of the cosmos or of the life of soul
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • of crystallised, lifeless nature the plant draws its substances and
    • the life-giving air, to the air which man takes in with his breath
    • filled with inner life. And as he observed them in their living
    • sulphur-processes we see the pre-earthly life of man. For earthly
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • earthly life in accordance with that converse.
    • there is no pre-existent life, that man’s soul is created
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
    • this insight into pre-existent life had faded away. And moreover the
    • faith and belief in the life after death. And so, in Giordano Bruno's
    • pre-existent life and of life after death. Giordano Bruno stood there
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • it were at the threshold of the knowledge of life after death but
    • man as he stands there with his life of soul on the one side and his
    • adequate description either of the cosmos or of the life of soul
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • of crystallised, lifeless nature the plant draws its substances and
    • the life-giving air, to the air which man takes in with his breath
    • filled with inner life. And as he observed them in their living
    • sulphur-processes we see the pre-earthly life of man. For earthly
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • earthly life in accordance with that converse.
    • there is no pre-existent life, that man’s soul is created
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
    • this insight into pre-existent life had faded away. And moreover the
    • faith and belief in the life after death. And so, in Giordano Bruno's
    • pre-existent life and of life after death. Giordano Bruno stood there
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    • of the depths of their subconscious life feel impelled towards the
    • Michael, if so we may call it, beginning for earthly life at the end
    • the karmic connections of life, these
    • tear a man out of the narrower earthly connections of his life and
    • Of course in ordinary life one pays little heed to such a thing. Yet
    • very near in life to a non-anthroposophist.
    • force of their life — such distinctions will have no more
    • ‘In a former life on earth this
    • These finer, more intimate connections of life must indeed be seen
    • these more intimate connections of life attentively. It is a wrong
    • life. For the things that take place in this way will have great
    • life fall into two main groups. There are the ones who still carry
    • with full intensity of inner life. For this group, it is most
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    • of the depths of their subconscious life feel impelled towards the
    • Michael, if so we may call it, beginning for earthly life at the end
    • the karmic connections of life, these
    • tear a man out of the narrower earthly connections of his life and
    • Of course in ordinary life one pays little heed to such a thing. Yet
    • very near in life to a non-anthroposophist.
    • force of their life — such distinctions will have no more
    • ‘In a former life on earth this
    • These finer, more intimate connections of life must indeed be seen
    • these more intimate connections of life attentively. It is a wrong
    • life. For the things that take place in this way will have great
    • life fall into two main groups. There are the ones who still carry
    • with full intensity of inner life. For this group, it is most
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    • life. On the one hand the child is given lessons in natural science
    • result in later life? We can say that the whole of humanity is
    • insight, and at last despair of solving the riddles of life.
    • materialistic life was at its greatest. The whole disposition and
    • Besides the visible body he has also a life, or etheric body, not
    • cells, the life of the cells, and so forth, clear and exact in every
    • to unfold its life more and more within the human Ego. This was,
    • come to life in man. Therefore Christ said at the Last. Supper —
    • and the corpse. He saw that the whole life of man is suffering. Old
    • can become victors over all that their life here on earth brings
    • life.
    • that birth and life are not suffering, but afford the possibility of
    • emerging from it, inasmuch as life gives him the opportunity
    • drawing nearer to the fruit of life. Death is no longer suffering,
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    • life. On the one hand the child is given lessons in natural science
    • result in later life? We can say that the whole of humanity is
    • insight, and at last despair of solving the riddles of life.
    • materialistic life was at its greatest. The whole disposition and
    • Besides the visible body he has also a life, or etheric body, not
    • cells, the life of the cells, and so forth, clear and exact in every
    • to unfold its life more and more within the human Ego. This was,
    • come to life in man. Therefore Christ said at the Last. Supper —
    • and the corpse. He saw that the whole life of man is suffering. Old
    • can become victors over all that their life here on earth brings
    • life.
    • that birth and life are not suffering, but afford the possibility of
    • emerging from it, inasmuch as life gives him the opportunity
    • drawing nearer to the fruit of life. Death is no longer suffering,
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • life was then entering into its decay; it bequeathed to European
    • fundamental material of culture. The life of humanity thus entered
    • took hold of his thinking, his life of representations and his
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • life: that which the Greeks experienced in an immediate, elemental
    • ideas of human life.
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
    • this ancient spiritual life that is contained in the words now
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • of human souls to their life on earth.
    • not die (read the description of their life's course in my books),
    • live through our present life on earth, but that we shall also live
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • obtain life's balance; but this does not entail that the single items
    • and to our place in life! The centre at Dornach was not intended to
    • science and life, social life and artistic life. Anthroposophy and
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    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • life was then entering into its decay; it bequeathed to European
    • fundamental material of culture. The life of humanity thus entered
    • took hold of his thinking, his life of representations and his
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • life: that which the Greeks experienced in an immediate, elemental
    • ideas of human life.
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
    • this ancient spiritual life that is contained in the words now
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • of human souls to their life on earth.
    • not die (read the description of their life's course in my books),
    • live through our present life on earth, but that we shall also live
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • obtain life's balance; but this does not entail that the single items
    • and to our place in life! The centre at Dornach was not intended to
    • science and life, social life and artistic life. Anthroposophy and
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • life is possible only if we look beyond what can be told us by
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • not the right significance for human life. Even if people were able
    • which arise from ordinary human connections in life and prompt men to
    • are to penetrate in the right way into the social life. One cannot
    • In our life by day — or also by night, for then there is
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • body, after earthly life he can make use of the light.
    • and thinks about the things of the world. Of the life between birth
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
    • discerned in the most seemingly trivial facts of life. But in one
    • respect our whole life of perception and feeling must change if
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
    • human reason is to function within the stream of spiritual life that
    • earlier period when through university life men strove to liberate
    • their thinking, to develop a life of soul able to rise to truly free
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • life is possible only if we look beyond what can be told us by
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • not the right significance for human life. Even if people were able
    • which arise from ordinary human connections in life and prompt men to
    • are to penetrate in the right way into the social life. One cannot
    • In our life by day — or also by night, for then there is
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • body, after earthly life he can make use of the light.
    • and thinks about the things of the world. Of the life between birth
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
    • discerned in the most seemingly trivial facts of life. But in one
    • respect our whole life of perception and feeling must change if
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
    • human reason is to function within the stream of spiritual life that
    • earlier period when through university life men strove to liberate
    • their thinking, to develop a life of soul able to rise to truly free
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • spiritual life of the present day must be, once more to gain
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • on earth and now works on further in that life. — I perceived
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • enter the spiritual life of man. It is of course not the case that
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • life appropriate to the humanity of the present day.
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
    • conditions of the life of Cult in the spiritual world, I felt it
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    • spiritual life of the present day must be, once more to gain
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • on earth and now works on further in that life. — I perceived
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • enter the spiritual life of man. It is of course not the case that
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • life appropriate to the humanity of the present day.
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
    • conditions of the life of Cult in the spiritual world, I felt it
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • in human life, it reminds us of man's passage through the portal of
    • instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • often been given in our spiritual-scientific lectures on the life
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • character to the corresponding experience during our life here, upon
    • the physical plane. During our life upon the physical plane, we
    • Whereas, during our physical life, the immediate contemplation of our
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • we have here, during our physical life. We would not have this
    • contemplation is connected with a powerful inner life-experience,
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • panorama of our life, a life-picture stands before us and it
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    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • in human life, it reminds us of man's passage through the portal of
    • instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • often been given in our spiritual-scientific lectures on the life
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • character to the corresponding experience during our life here, upon
    • the physical plane. During our life upon the physical plane, we
    • Whereas, during our physical life, the immediate contemplation of our
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • we have here, during our physical life. We would not have this
    • contemplation is connected with a powerful inner life-experience,
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • panorama of our life, a life-picture stands before us and it
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
    • that they experienced in their ordinary life something like a
    • his living memory, for his subsequent life, the thoughts which he
    • formed at some earlier time of life, so the nations of a past time
    • of still deeper sources of the soul’s life. This cannot as yet
    • have had at some earlier time of our life, still exist later on in
    • life.
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    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
    • that they experienced in their ordinary life something like a
    • his living memory, for his subsequent life, the thoughts which he
    • formed at some earlier time of life, so the nations of a past time
    • of still deeper sources of the soul’s life. This cannot as yet
    • have had at some earlier time of our life, still exist later on in
    • life.
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    • probation had no immediate relation to the intellectual life. It was
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • Spiritual world. Today in ordinary life man is not capable of
    • and the other: “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.” If
    • In Him was the Life
    • and the Life was the Light of men.
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • storms and stresses of life. Then he experienced a second picture. He
    • the Truth and the Life.”
    • If we understand the Saint John Gospel as a Book of Life, so that we
    • wish to live with it, and let it come to life within us, then we
    • such strength as enabled them to know that life will always gain the
    • great World Powers invented death in order to have “much life
    • soul a consciousness of the fact that Life is continually and always
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    • probation had no immediate relation to the intellectual life. It was
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • Spiritual world. Today in ordinary life man is not capable of
    • and the other: “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.” If
    • In Him was the Life
    • and the Life was the Light of men.
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • storms and stresses of life. Then he experienced a second picture. He
    • the Truth and the Life.”
    • If we understand the Saint John Gospel as a Book of Life, so that we
    • wish to live with it, and let it come to life within us, then we
    • such strength as enabled them to know that life will always gain the
    • great World Powers invented death in order to have “much life
    • soul a consciousness of the fact that Life is continually and always
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    • Mystics knew that the John Gospel is a book of Life. I have
    • the spiritual life have only been applied for the purpose of making
    • the material life comfortable. Similarly, all our inventions, all our
    • concerns the material life has become much more a matter of an
    • life. But in those past times a great spiritual power was in
    • operation at the centre of the life of the peoples. There were
    • culture into being. A stream of spiritual life went forth from these
    • they shared in a very real sense in the spiritual life directed by
    • comes only from Intelligence. Formerly, all the affairs of life were
    • them. The external life of men was simple and primitive, but
    • behind it worked a spiritual life. The world is the material imprint
    • of a higher, spiritual life. To-day, too, there are men in whom
    • material life has become stronger and stronger, and the wave of
    • spiritual life has diminished in strength. And so, to-day, the
    • life of animal communities. A certain picture, however, will make the
    • can have no inkling. Every slave realised: ‘This present life
    • slave, so I myself shall one day be in command.’ And so life
    • himself, he accumulated this sum in the course of his life. He
    • entered this life with ruined nerves and passed out of it in the same
    • Spiritual and outer physical life, but people in general and, above
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    • Mystics knew that the John Gospel is a book of Life. I have
    • the spiritual life have only been applied for the purpose of making
    • the material life comfortable. Similarly, all our inventions, all our
    • concerns the material life has become much more a matter of an
    • life. But in those past times a great spiritual power was in
    • operation at the centre of the life of the peoples. There were
    • culture into being. A stream of spiritual life went forth from these
    • they shared in a very real sense in the spiritual life directed by
    • comes only from Intelligence. Formerly, all the affairs of life were
    • them. The external life of men was simple and primitive, but
    • behind it worked a spiritual life. The world is the material imprint
    • of a higher, spiritual life. To-day, too, there are men in whom
    • material life has become stronger and stronger, and the wave of
    • spiritual life has diminished in strength. And so, to-day, the
    • life of animal communities. A certain picture, however, will make the
    • can have no inkling. Every slave realised: ‘This present life
    • slave, so I myself shall one day be in command.’ And so life
    • himself, he accumulated this sum in the course of his life. He
    • entered this life with ruined nerves and passed out of it in the same
    • Spiritual and outer physical life, but people in general and, above
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    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • surrounding them in life today. In the early days of the Society,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • it carries him to the eternal wellsprings of his soul life, it goes
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • will and — to some extent at least — his life of feeling
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • of the externalizing of all life in the civilized world in the past
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • anthroposophist; it is the very core of his life and his humanity. As
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    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • surrounding them in life today. In the early days of the Society,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • it carries him to the eternal wellsprings of his soul life, it goes
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • will and — to some extent at least — his life of feeling
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • of the externalizing of all life in the civilized world in the past
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • anthroposophist; it is the very core of his life and his humanity. As
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    • and life-ether.
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • movements. Why do we not see them thus in ordinary life? We do not see them
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • Worlds” it might be that even in life we might see, not the results of
    • not do this in ordinary life? Why in ordinary life does it happen that when
    • be done in ordinary life? Why is it that we first perceive the results of the
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    • and life-ether.
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • movements. Why do we not see them thus in ordinary life? We do not see them
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • Worlds” it might be that even in life we might see, not the results of
    • not do this in ordinary life? Why in ordinary life does it happen that when
    • be done in ordinary life? Why is it that we first perceive the results of the
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • qualified anthroposophy is to throw light on life in the widest
    • sense. Not only does this knowledge help us understand everyday life,
    • science can be of great help to us just where daily life is
    • with life. Those people who cannot see into the depths of existence
    • a disturbing effect on life, breeding discontent. Being discontented
    • in life, however, can never serve man's evolution nor his true
    • welfare. We could enumerate hundreds of such life problems that are
    • thing as forgetting has to belong to the phenomena of life.
    • it is only with the help of the facts of occult life that you can get
    • some time in his life of thought can also be forgotten? Or do we have
    • life in a restricted sense, and also the principle of repetition. If
    • that wants to keep on reproducing the same thing. That is why life
    • whole life of the human body, also in an inward way. And the best way
    • a soul nature is not of much importance for man's life in general.
    • to deal with a man who goes through life with a dull mind, or with a
    • life, from morning till night, were always in your mind. You know of
    • there is a good reason for it then. But man forgets it during life.
    • knowledge it does not yet work inwardly to bring life into the free
    • one of the most salutary things in human life. If man were only to
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • take in the anthroposophical life of this particular group. This
    • essential part of our anthroposophical life. Even the inserting of a
    • depends on the whole development of the life of the group. Only when
    • life of the schools, and claiming its right to a particular therapy.
    • whether public life as a whole, with its methods and its way of
    • point. Life does not depend on what a man says or believes. That is
    • apply and make valuable use in life of those facts that are not
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • attitude to life but only in those of a frivolous nature. This can
    • and encounter a different aspect of life. The essential thing will be
    • particular, a wide experience of life, so that you can enter into the
    • what is good for him. What matters is his way of life, not with
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • Just imagine how infinitely dull human life would be if people were
    • and how little could actually happen in human life, as everybody
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • surroundings. At a quite definite time in his life, which would
    • gradually individualised in the course of life. Then this possibility
    • nowadays change so little during their life. And this led
    • to ordinary human relationships in the normal course of life and not
    • tremendously in the course of his life. This diminished more and more
    • human beings have in physical life. Whilst in earlier times man still
    • fructification, it is implanted into them. And this worldly life of
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • that life bears them out. The observation we want to start from is
    • This can give you a picture of how significant for man's life the
    • not so destructive these days because in our times human life has
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • just these abnormal conditions in human life, and that the whole
    • of Atlantean times, however, things have shifted. Man's inner life
    • him, and at another time he lived more in his inner life. It is
    • would have brought his whole life into disorder. The rhythm is still
    • bring light into the most everyday things of life. One must have the
    • into every realm of knowledge and life.
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • other things connected with man's whole life and evolution that will
    • of unconsciousness, as people say incorrectly in ordinary life, and
    • had to point out that phenomena of daily life are comprehensible only
    • like this for all kinds of phenomena in human life. And just through
    • beings, always have an influence on regulating the life of their
    • with life, on the contrary it is regulated by those beings we have
    • through mere lifeless forces. We have pointed out how grotesquely the
    • in earlier times certain conditions in man's life were
    • relationships of external human life. It would have had a very bad
    • situation. In town life things often have to be arranged in such a
    • himself was a clock. His life's course, which he could clearly feel,
    • inner life, in that he has lifted himself as it were out of the
    • astral body into disorder. The more the conditions of human life were
    • the more his life conditions became influenced by thought, the
    • superior to present-day earth man. We know of the sons of life or the
    • of order in his life of thought and feeling. Regularity still holds
    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
    • contradiction to the life of the great universe.
    • Nature’, they want to bring life into reverse instead of
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • connected with the span of one human lifetime. Now anyone who is able
    • the law of karma works in human life. We shall be referring to some
    • have an exact picture of how the karmic causes of one life become the
    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • only happens in exceptional circumstances in life, as we have often
    • mentioned. During life, when man is asleep, he lays his etheric body
    • past life standing before him as a great tableau. Then, after a
    • etheric body is kept, being the fruit of life experience. Then
    • follows the life that is determined by the combination of ego and
    • out of habit you might say — that he hankered for in life. Now
    • satisfaction. This is felt as a kind of thirst for physical life
    • life runs its course, and we know that at this stage of his existence
    • man's life flows backwards. This is something that is difficult for
    • earthly life — in reverse sequence. Assuming that a man dies in
    • gone through in life in the reverse order, beginning with his
    • thirty-sixth, and so on. He really does go through his whole life
    • has a certain effect on his whole life. Any action of man that hurts
    • in his development. This is what the pilgrimage of life means for me,
    • therefore, whilst living his life backwards in Kamaloca after death,
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • something that is absolutely a part of everyday life. And perhaps,
    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • distances, for it reveals itself in the most ordinary things of life.
    • In the smallest most insignificant things of life we can find the
    • and weeping are certainly very common things in human life. But only
    • there are two streams in human life. One stream includes all the
    • man's being which passes from life to life, from incarnation to
    • life. If man did not have his ego within him he could not experience
    • feeling forsaken, a withdrawal into itself. Sadness in life is so
    • life as the alternations between laughing and weeping, when we meet
    • his life the human being begins to smile and to weep, this proves to
    • wrath that comes over anyone who understands life when he sees
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    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • weaving the life of world spaces. But you could almost say that their
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • science should take hold of human life, and how it can become life,
    • are foreign to its natural instincts and inborn way of life. But only
    • of his life, up to the change of teeth, man develops in quite a
    • During the first seven years of his life the child's etheric body is
    • only in the course of life. And not until this has happened is it
    • up. The length of life varies according to circumstances, of course,
    • life between birth and death. And if he were not able to take
    • following life as he was in the previous one. Through the fact that
    • you see man going through a development in life, and acquiring what
    • transformed more and more by education and life, and it will have
    • portal of death, he does not leave behind in physical life as much as
    • during his life between birth and death. He adds to his store. Hence
    • Life
    • for the first time. There are whole areas in human life that come
    • life with things that are not determined by previous causes, but
    • we make a rapid survey of human life and visualise man's development
    • interwoven with our life.
    • Hence in a society like this all that creates communal life is
    • extent as being able to say: “I can create my own life values
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    • series of 10 lectures entitled Life between Death and a New Birth
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    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • will deal chiefly with the life after death when the Kamaloka period
    • they were during life on Earth. Homer's seership. Michelangelo and
    • attitudes of soul in earthly life. For karmic adjustments, return
    • during Initiation closely akin to those undergone during the life
    • changed during the life after death. From the possible suffering
    • qualities during life on Earth. Man is not meant to witness what
    • during waking life. Processes of cognition lie within the field of
    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • expulsion from Paradise. The purpose of life between death and
    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • is illumined for us from a certain time onwards during life after
    • life. The true ‘I’ is the actor in the processes of
    • during earthly life between birth and death.
    • Cyclic seven-year periods in life. Coming of the second
    • in life on Earth and after death. ‘Public Opinion’ and
    • Adam’. Progressive dimness of man's life of soul after death
    • spiritual life. The Baptism by John the Baptist and its effects. In
    • the life of soul men were under the leadership of the Third Hierarchy
    • significance in man's life after death. The effect of the Buddha's
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth
    • Earthly Death and Cosmic Life
    • Man's Life on Earth and in the Spiritual Worlds
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    • will deal chiefly with the life after death when the Kamaloka period
    • they were during life on Earth. Homer's seership. Michelangelo and
    • attitudes of soul in earthly life. For karmic adjustments, return
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • On Spiritual Light and Darkness of Life.]
    • soul must be involved. But life itself is a process of Becoming, of
    • the life between death and a new birth. The same subject will,
    • of two characteristics of the spiritual life to which special
    • experiences them too if his soul is prepared during his life in the
    • in life on the physical plane has its counterpart in the spiritual
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
    • until evening during the waking life of day; from minute to minute
    • these lectures I shall deal less with the life immediately following
    • periods in the life after death which follow the period of Kamaloka.
    • character of that life. The first stage of higher knowledge is what
    • may be called the ‘Imaginative’ life, or life filled with
    • true, genuine visions. Just as in physical life we are surrounded by
    • was connected in some way during life. During the period between
    • and relates to our own life. After death, relationships between
    • individuals remain and continue as they were during earthly life.
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    • during the winter are to be concerned with the life between death and
    • an unprejudiced observation of man's life is surely the existence of
    • person. At about the third year of life, although of course there are
    • individuals, marks the limit before which, in later life, a human
    • thus a dividing line in the life of a human being: before it there is
    • Now what does unprejudiced observation of life teach us
    • experience comes to him? A clear observation of life can teach us
    • often you become conscious of your ‘I’ in later life. You
    • of his own identity. Indeed his whole life during these early years
    • even without any occult knowledge — to observe the life of soul
    • We may remember events which took place very long ago in our life,
    • life itself makes it obvious that we can also work destructively upon
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • life to annul the destruction we have caused. We are capable of this
    • the life of soul is always the source and the sum and substance of
    • the end of a life we have a brittle organism is evidence that our
    • reveals that in the life between death and the new birth we acquire
    • of a moral or an immoral life. There are of course nuances of every
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    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • has already been indicated about the life between death and the new
    • life withheld that love from him, we shall now have to experience
    • over and over again the circumstances created during the life before
    • life after death, the happier relationship previously existing
    • in many respects. It is true that in the life between death and the
    • what has been determined by his life before death, but to begin with
    • many respects. Here we can also consider the life in Kamaloka, for
    • certain time in his life and becomes an anthroposophist. It may
    • death than they were in life. During life a certain disharmony
    • bringing about a change in the conditions of life between death and
    • constitute its infinite value in life. Only a very elementary stage
    • Anthroposophy takes hold of our very life. We shall then no longer
    • intellect he gets to know and recognise the ordinary facts of life in
    • the sea's bed. As we pass through life we get to know external
    • life. For our inner life, however, it is certainly of importance.
    • only the forces which actually determine our life on the physical
    • within the physical life of men. The truth is that the spiritual life
    • permeates our physical life and there is a world of possibilities
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    • qualities during life on Earth. Man is not meant to witness what
    • during waking life. Processes of cognition lie within the field of
    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • expulsion from Paradise. The purpose of life between death and
    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • is illumined for us from a certain time onwards during life after
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • considerable extent, the etheric body too, passes through a life
    • during his life on Earth. It was said that, for example, from the
    • if, during his life on Earth before death, he developed a genuinely
    • needs for his further life in the spiritual worlds, also for his
    • subsequent life on Earth, if he developed a truly religious attitude
    • instrument, he is connected with the forces of the Earth; in the life
    • the forces of the Earth during his physical life and his connection
    • life, that is to say, the forces he experiences consciously during
    • earthly life, contribute nothing essential to what he needs for the
    • during waking life are restored and man is not meant to witness this
    • waking life and is concealed from human consciousness. The Bible uses
    • good and evil, insight into the forces of life should be
    • Earth. While man is awake the whole life-process is one of
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    • Western cultural life. I refer to
    • religion. Eastern tradition tells us that in the life usually spoken
    • of as the Buddha life, Gautama Buddha rose in his twenty-ninth year
    • it meant withdrawal from all the externalities of life and absolute
    • devotion in the inner life to the mysteries of the Spirit. And when
    • absolutely unique quality of soul and manner of life of Francis of
    • Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. We then draw our life
    • Now let us remind ourselves of how life flows by on
    • systems as well as into that of the Earth. In the spiritual life of
    • any forces that would have inspired souls during physical life to
    • of individuals capable only of leading a monastic life patterned on
    • been able to scale the heights of spiritual life.
    • rising to the heights of spiritual life. It has always been
    • spiritual worlds as the result of ascetic isolation from life but to
    • should be compatible with every status in life, that humanity should
    • the other category would hold themselves aloof in a life patterned on
    • world to lofty heights of spiritual life.
    • planetary spiritual life to the spiritual life of cosmic worlds.
    • life in order to undergo the experiences undergone by intimate pupils
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    • life. The true 'I' is the actor in the processes of
    • during earthly life between birth and death.
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    • have already considered certain aspects of man's life between death
    • will help them to understand the life between death and rebirth in
    • studies of man's life between death and the new birth. The question
    • months or even first years of his life will seem to external science
    • second is the following: We know that in the first period of his life
    • life there is a conflict between the spirit living within him when he
    • and years of life.
    • Spirits whom he has to overcome in the course of his life, who give
    • need later on in life, we can perceive the true Spirits of Form
    • life would realise: You are a warrior; you are aware of your
    • earliest periods of his life the human being is only gradually
    • life between birth and death man is quite unaware of the forces which
    • which he is unconscious during his physical life on Earth. Whereas
    • during this physical life he experiences his ‘I’ as
    • the life that takes its course after death. That which is most
    • comes to life. Of this we will speak in the next lecture.
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    • Cyclic seven-year periods in life. Coming of the second
    • in life on Earth and after death. 'Public Opinion' and
    • Progressive dimness of man's life of soul after death
    • spiritual life. The Baptism by John the Baptist and its effects. In
    • the life of soul men were under the leadership of the Third Hierarchy
    • significance in man's life after death. The effect of the Buddha's
    • the Buddha's influence in the Mars sphere during their life between
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • man's life between birth and death in the physical world on the one
    • the course of man's physical life — about which something has
    • the actual life of the human being other facts of incisive
    • repeatedly considered a crucial occurrence in a man's life which
    • back to which a man's memory extends in later life, the moment when
    • be said to hold good in the later period of a man's life. Although
    • discover that whatever comes in this way into the life of man and
    • of Ego-consciousness. If we observe human life with discernment we
    • occurs comparatively late in life, and study its implications.
    • first seven years of the life of a human being. The principle of form
    • in the human being during the first seven years of his life. It can
    • therefore be said that when the human being enters into life through
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    • as our memory-pictures continue into our present life. With our
    • we behold what is hidden from waking life. Results of destructive
    • processes during waking life are repaired during sleep. Processes of
    • destruction in the organism are the precondition of the life of soul.
    • Experiences during the life between death and the new birth. At a
    • outside us in life on Earth becomes our inner world. Preparation of
    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • life in its relation to life in the rest of the Universe, we are
    • even to a comparatively small extent, the capacity to view life and
    • everyday life we want to think or form judgements, but for that very
    • gaze out into the world but in modern life we cannot direct this gaze
    • he is not experiencing the living, invisible soul-life of the
    • in the soul are not the direct, basic elements of its life. The same
    • our memory-pictures continue into our present life of soul. Hence we
    • are there beholding are the creative, life-giving principles working
    • life. This accounts for the element of strangeness that is present in
    • follows. Only in the very first years of a child's life does this
    • weaving life and activity in the other kingdoms of nature. The body
    • life of day, so that in the normal life of the human being a certain
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    • earthly life means loneliness and darkness in the spiritual world
    • beings during a soul's life after death can be recognised in
    • egotistic mysticism in one life, hypochondria in the next, defective
    • health. Life in the spiritual world depends upon the mode of our life
    • established during the life between death and rebirth even if there
    • had been no contact in earthly life, but this remains an exceptional
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • When people do not flatly deny the possibility of a life after death,
    • may be a life after death but why should we trouble about it during
    • life on Earth? When death has taken place we shall discover whether
    • there is indeed a future life, and meanwhile if here on Earth we
    • anything of importance. For if the life after death has anything to
    • the life between death and rebirth are considered in their spiritual
    • life in the super-sensible world and passes into physical existence
    • own bodily constitution, indeed of his whole destiny in the life on
    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • are fitted for life in the physical world only when we bring with us
    • birth. What we need for the shaping of our life must be acquired
    • In the life between death and rebirth we can pass before
    • following life. We must be able to understand or at least to perceive
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    • Buddhism in the cultural life of India. Events on Earth are reflected
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    • have undertaken to study the life between death and rebirth from
    • endeavoured to present many aspects of this life; moreover it has
    • on the subject of the life between death and rebirth
    • ‘Soul-Life’ (das eigentliche Seelenleben). That
    • is to embark on the course of earthly life, the being who is to live
    • will, is a period during which the soul's life is still concerned
    • depend upon the bodily life, indeed very largely upon
    • the soul's life in the world of the senses is specifically earthly
    • life after death is the region of Burning Desires. He would
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • them is life in the region of Burning Desires. It is a life
    • second region of the life in Kamaloka is that of Flowing
    • thoughts, for thoughts which in life on Earth are acquired through
    • significance only in the life between birth and death.
    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • wishing continues throughout a man's earthly life. This form and
    • longing for the last earthly life is still present. First, in the
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    • The Sibyls as symptoms of one side of human soul-life.
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    • Rudolf Steiner's autobiography Mein Lebensgang (My Life),
    • Here in “My Life” it is above all necessary to explain
    • I listen to the vibrations within the Soul-life of the Membership and
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    • embraces the purest spiritual life. In this way we may hope to lay
    • the souls of men with regard to the life of thought. We find that a
    • life has not added very much to them. We have gained an endless
    • intellectual laying hold of the world, a life of ideas, had reached a
    • enclosed island, as it were, in our soul-life — an island shut off from
    • origin, the fountain-head, of that which is in the life of thought.
    • not in vain, for as though deep in the background of spiritual life
    • Divine Sophia. As in the propagation of physical life the sexes are
    • inner being, a memory comes to life within me. The element that holds
    • have got something, but you are blind to the finer spiritual life
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    • our era through a very remarkable manifestation of spiritual life,
    • the life of the Sibyls.
    • strange subconscious regions of human nature and soul-life. As though
    • ordered soul life, entirely opposed to anything chaotic. It draws
    • forth from the soul-life all that can be expressed in clear, lucid,
    • perfectly lucid, but far removed from real spiritual life. But the
    • permeated with the actual life of the world-spirit; and this was felt
    • prophecies of the Sibyls. Out of the chaos of their inner life they
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    • of human soul life during the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Finally,
    • life. And this same Being, who later appeared as the Nathan
    • Nathan Jesus-child assumed a cosmic form such that his life was in a
    • he had come into the world with ass's ears because in his life
    • to occult observation: Marsyas was not flayed in his lifetime, but
    • harmonising of sense perception, of the life-organs, of thinking,
    • And a healthy development of spiritual life in the future will depend
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    • influence on earth-life is not confined to the direct effects of its
    • to him. Apollo spoke through the unconscious soul-life of the Pythia.
    • less than life from the dead! If the first portion of dough is
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    • centuries they conjured up from their chaotic soul-life a mixture of
    • influence on the spiritual life of Southern Europe and its
    • earth. Just as in human life, after we have been using our
    • surface in the soul-life of Europe. Truly, like a stream which has
    • While without faith my life I led
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    • soul-life. Yesterday we said that the force which emerged in the
    • astronomy and their human forces in the female element in human life.
    • of soul-life. I want to touch on a manifestation to which I called
    • we find a certain man, deeply bound up with the spiritual life of the
    • undisturbed by the effects of the external world on human life, the
    • much for the way in which they were expressed in daily life as for
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    • The Hidden Depths of Soul Life.
    • Depths of Soul Life
    • even if not always apparent in man's daily life — can often be
    • thoughts and feelings in the depths of the soul-life, and which
    • which often encroach on our conscious life, with the havoc an
    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • be traced to depths unknown to ordinary perception. Such is man's life
    • outer testimony of life itself and daily service are proof of his
    • life-body. (One need not object to an expression which like others just
    • world. During the whole of his life they are attached to the higher
    • all-embracing experience of life there is nothing strange when, added
    • to man's physical body, we mention a higher one too. For in life
    • environment, and is penetrated by the etheric or life-body.
    • must point out that everything playing its part in our conscious life
    • instincts, desires and ideas, in their pulsating soul life, arises when
    • soul life, we must again clearly distinguished between what always
    • colouring and character of our soul life, although outside our control.
    • soul life: one that forms an extended, or subconscious (as it is now
    • called, it being no longer possible to deny its existence) soul-life,
    • and the other, our conscious life playing its part in all our thoughts,
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    • The Hidden Depths of Soul Life.
    • Depths of Soul Life
    • even if not always apparent in man's daily life — can often be
    • thoughts and feelings in the depths of the soul-life, and which
    • which often encroach on our conscious life, with the havoc an
    • being soon sees that all the life of ideas playing part in the
    • be traced to depths unknown to ordinary perception. Such is man's life
    • outer testimony of life itself and daily service are proof of his
    • life-body. (One need not object to an expression which like others just
    • world. During the whole of his life they are attached to the higher
    • all-embracing experience of life there is nothing strange when, added
    • to man's physical body, we mention a higher one too. For in life
    • environment, and is penetrated by the etheric or life-body.
    • must point out that everything playing its part in our conscious life
    • instincts, desires and ideas, in their pulsating soul life, arises when
    • soul life, we must again clearly distinguished between what always
    • colouring and character of our soul life, although outside our control.
    • soul life: one that forms an extended, or subconscious (as it is now
    • called, it being no longer possible to deny its existence) soul-life,
    • and the other, our conscious life playing its part in all our thoughts,
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    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • earthly life.
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • is the deepest which can be thought in earthly life — but which
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • today in the free emancipated life of thought represents something
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • example of the working of the Sun-evolution in human earthly life. I
    • the spiritual life are coming forward in our time. For here we see
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    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • earthly life.
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • is the deepest which can be thought in earthly life — but which
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • today in the free emancipated life of thought represents something
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • example of the working of the Sun-evolution in human earthly life. I
    • the spiritual life are coming forward in our time. For here we see
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    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • when, at the cosmic hour of destiny in the life of a human being, a
    • of Venus, the whole Earth with its secrets of the life of soul is
    • most intimate experiences of earthly life are reflected again from
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • life that weaves between Venus and Mars. When destiny wills it, the
    • When a human being comes down from pre-earthly life into earthly
    • There is a remarkable connection between these planets and the life
    • is connected more with the life of soul and spirit and comes to
    • the Sun unless he is able to behold this interweaving life of destiny
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    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • when, at the cosmic hour of destiny in the life of a human being, a
    • of Venus, the whole Earth with its secrets of the life of soul is
    • most intimate experiences of earthly life are reflected again from
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • life that weaves between Venus and Mars. When destiny wills it, the
    • When a human being comes down from pre-earthly life into earthly
    • There is a remarkable connection between these planets and the life
    • is connected more with the life of soul and spirit and comes to
    • the Sun unless he is able to behold this interweaving life of destiny
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Position in the Cosmic Whole, the Platonic World-Year
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    • regard to external physical life: the human beings felt, as it were,
    • for the life of the sun, because during that period the sun's life
    • connected with our life between birth and death, that is to say, with
    • our life, in so far as we are human beings of the physical cosmos.
    • important for our life within a physical body; our physical life is,
    • which fills us with life, in the form in which it is able to do so;
    • our life rhythmically 18 times a minute. Let us now see how often we
    • You see, the way in which our life takes its course in
    • unity, as a life-unity, this is very significant for us, since our
    • life is maintained by the rhythmical repetition of the
    • respiration, let us now consider a greater life-element, the next
    • greatest life-element, namely, the alternating conditions of WAKING
    • life-element. But let us now consider the alternating states of
    • 25,920 days should also correspond to something in human life. How
    • duration of human life. Of course, the human being has his
    • duration of human life equal to 25,920 days, 25,920 of such great
    • possibility for our nearest life-element, which takes place in the
    • of our life may now be considered as one day of a living being, that
    • within a more encompassing life, which merely has a longer
    • us, in so far as we belong to that greater life-Being, we might
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    • regard to external physical life: the human beings felt, as it were,
    • for the life of the sun, because during that period the sun's life
    • connected with our life between birth and death, that is to say, with
    • our life, in so far as we are human beings of the physical cosmos.
    • important for our life within a physical body; our physical life is,
    • which fills us with life, in the form in which it is able to do so;
    • our life rhythmically 18 times a minute. Let us now see how often we
    • You see, the way in which our life takes its course in
    • unity, as a life-unity, this is very significant for us, since our
    • life is maintained by the rhythmical repetition of the
    • respiration, let us now consider a greater life-element, the next
    • greatest life-element, namely, the alternating conditions of WAKING
    • life-element. But let us now consider the alternating states of
    • 25,920 days should also correspond to something in human life. How
    • duration of human life. Of course, the human being has his
    • duration of human life equal to 25,920 days, 25,920 of such great
    • possibility for our nearest life-element, which takes place in the
    • of our life may now be considered as one day of a living being, that
    • within a more encompassing life, which merely has a longer
    • us, in so far as we belong to that greater life-Being, we might
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    • scientist wishes to explain animal life or human life in this sense,
    • growth, and the progress of development. Death encroaches upon life.
    • related to it encroaches upon life in the widest sense is the basic
    • the way that death encroaches on life, it can be conceived of as
    • world, springing forth and producing life. This is what yields the
    • lifetime and soon forgotten. A decade or so ago Friedrich Theodor
    • contradiction again and again, to wrestle with it in everyday life,
    • is as if one of the lower forms of life had not yet developed the
    • has taken root in human life, a way that is opposed to the one
    • ordinary life people are satisfied with concepts, with mental images
    • itself at all to the life of mental images, the life of concepts, in
    • of developing a much more flexible inner soul life than we are
    • alive than they are in ordinary life and for the things of ordinary
    • life.
    • our observation of the whole world, however, the conceptual life
    • life. I have said something quite elementary, but this elementary
    • life of soul must be raised out of abstractions, how it must immerse
    • the same way that the forces called into life with birth have their
    • recognize the life of the soul.
    • discovers this soul life knows that to call the brain an instrument
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    • human life. I have indicated that some of our contemporaries here on
    • within this physical world by those persons who, through their life
    • on deeply significant mysteries of human life, mysteries that for
    • these deeply incisive truths that are so significant for life,
    • conditions of human life are such that the human being will
    • life here on earth he increasingly seeks for mental images, concepts,
    • connected in his life. The departed one may meet many human souls in
    • are there. Through life here on earth we must attain increasing
    • another, a great deal is done for the life in the spiritual world.
    • condemned by a purely materialistic life to haunt the earth, as it
    • we must acquire for the life between death and a new birth. Here on
    • life with physical being. Love is already enkindled through the
    • concepts such as these about the human being's life after death that
    • life. This remains inadequate if the preacher is never able to say
    • scientific conceptions for the life after death. Spiritual science is
    • our own soul is within us. These beings spend their life using human
    • through life in such a way that we have both our souls and a double
    • the basis of our conceptual life has something to do with electrical
    • human life that they absolutely cannot endure: they cannot endure
    • maintaining his body beyond the hour of death, of prolonging the life
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    • What spiritual science has to say about life and the
    • us to know the corresponding configuration of the conditions of life
    • whole life of man, seeing that spiritual science and its results
    • that, at first, we learn to know the chief facts of spiritual life,
    • the principal things connected with the evolution of earthly life,
    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • insight into the spiritual world. In every sphere of life there are
    • from out the spiritual world, riddles of life and of man connected
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • certain insight into the mysterious processes of human life.
    • Perhaps this loss may have rent asunder hopes of a future life in
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • by the life-conditions which would have arisen had he not passed
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
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    • What spiritual science has to say about life and the
    • us to know the corresponding configuration of the conditions of life
    • whole life of man, seeing that spiritual science and its results
    • that, at first, we learn to know the chief facts of spiritual life,
    • the principal things connected with the evolution of earthly life,
    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • insight into the spiritual world. In every sphere of life there are
    • from out the spiritual world, riddles of life and of man connected
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • certain insight into the mysterious processes of human life.
    • Perhaps this loss may have rent asunder hopes of a future life in
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • by the life-conditions which would have arisen had he not passed
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
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    • beings. For in truth our whole life between birth and death —
    • and also our subsequent life which takes its course between death and
    • ‘imaginative world.’ In ordinary human life, under
    • moment of our sleeping or waking life we are not in relation to the
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • for our life as a whole they are far more important than our
    • entail for our life as a whole. In fact, our whole relation to our
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • are perpetually called forth, in our etheric body, by our life with
    • our fellow human beings. In fact we always carry with us in life
    • and they constitute a goodly portion of what we call our inner life.
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • we did not unfold this imaginative life by living together with other
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
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    • beings. For in truth our whole life between birth and death —
    • and also our subsequent life which takes its course between death and
    • ‘imaginative world.’ In ordinary human life, under
    • moment of our sleeping or waking life we are not in relation to the
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • for our life as a whole they are far more important than our
    • entail for our life as a whole. In fact, our whole relation to our
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • are perpetually called forth, in our etheric body, by our life with
    • our fellow human beings. In fact we always carry with us in life
    • and they constitute a goodly portion of what we call our inner life.
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • we did not unfold this imaginative life by living together with other
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
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    • Fully new demands meet the life of soul when it steps over the
    • is necessary to adapt one's whole inner life of soul to a being or
    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • life of soul will become stronger and more forceful. It can then
    • the physical world to be continually awake, for life here must swing
    • necessary for the life of the etheric body in the elemental world.
    • elemental life. In a much more arbitrary way than with our waking and
    • our soul life. We must further consider that when thinking develops
    • formed and then dismissed. This life of thought must develop in the
    • your consciousness begins to have a life of its own, a life as an
    • separate from each other and lead a life of their own. We truly need
    • where our thoughts will lead an independent life. A human being must
    • hold his own with his soul life and assert his will in confronting
    • Thus we see that the habits of our soul life must change when we
    • inner life, transforming himself according to the kind of entity he
    • soul life filled with spirit calm, we must immerse ourselves in the
    • thought-life thrown into the physical sense world through the
    • into the other. The strengthening and invigorating of the life of
    • the whole life of soul, which would then come powerless into the
    • attention to strengthening the moral life. It must be stressed once
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    • Fully new demands meet the life of soul when it steps over the
    • is necessary to adapt one's whole inner life of soul to a being or
    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • life of soul will become stronger and more forceful. It can then
    • the physical world to be continually awake, for life here must swing
    • necessary for the life of the etheric body in the elemental world.
    • elemental life. In a much more arbitrary way than with our waking and
    • our soul life. We must further consider that when thinking develops
    • formed and then dismissed. This life of thought must develop in the
    • your consciousness begins to have a life of its own, a life as an
    • separate from each other and lead a life of their own. We truly need
    • where our thoughts will lead an independent life. A human being must
    • hold his own with his soul life and assert his will in confronting
    • Thus we see that the habits of our soul life must change when we
    • inner life, transforming himself according to the kind of entity he
    • soul life filled with spirit calm, we must immerse ourselves in the
    • thought-life thrown into the physical sense world through the
    • into the other. The strengthening and invigorating of the life of
    • the whole life of soul, which would then come powerless into the
    • attention to strengthening the moral life. It must be stressed once
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • spiritual-scientific lectures on the life between death and a
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • during our life here, upon the physical plane. During our life upon
    • experience after death. Whereas, during our physical life, the
    • soul, the moment of death stands before our soul throughout our life
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • powerful inner life-experience, with a mighty experience. It is
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • what we generally designate as our life beyond. It is the feeling
    • woven out of all we have experienced during our past life. It does
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our life-experiences
    • our life, a life-picture, stands before us and it reveals,
    • We know that this life-tableau disappears after a few
    • life-tableau?
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • spiritual-scientific lectures on the life between death and a
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • during our life here, upon the physical plane. During our life upon
    • experience after death. Whereas, during our physical life, the
    • soul, the moment of death stands before our soul throughout our life
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • powerful inner life-experience, with a mighty experience. It is
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • what we generally designate as our life beyond. It is the feeling
    • woven out of all we have experienced during our past life. It does
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our life-experiences
    • our life, a life-picture, stands before us and it reveals,
    • We know that this life-tableau disappears after a few
    • life-tableau?
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    • For, in the life in which man is enclosed in his
    • the life of the so-called dead.
    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • now entering the life of the etheric world outside.
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • unconscious experience for the soul. Connected with this life,
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • example, calls to life in our souls a force that resembles the
    • receiving his soul-life — a hemisphere, behind the apparent
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • life, you see it — you see a certain colour. And, indeed, this
    • observed. But, in ordinary life, what here takes place within this
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
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    • For, in the life in which man is enclosed in his
    • the life of the so-called dead.
    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • now entering the life of the etheric world outside.
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • unconscious experience for the soul. Connected with this life,
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • example, calls to life in our souls a force that resembles the
    • receiving his soul-life — a hemisphere, behind the apparent
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • life, you see it — you see a certain colour. And, indeed, this
    • observed. But, in ordinary life, what here takes place within this
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
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    • exterior and the life of soul. Then came the period of Greco-Latin
    • uniformity between the first and the later years of life. Even in
    • external life of humanity often present themselves, as if in
    • of his own, upon the vigour and activity of his own life of soul. We
    • be very obvious to an attentive observer of life are connected with a
    • of the world and of life. There are large numbers of men today whose
    • circles today are no longer capable in later life of changing what
    • is also true in the life of the individual. There is by no means the
    • early childhood as there is in the later years of a man's life. In
    • course of an individual human life is the one that comprises
    • life by two facts. — One is that it is only after this first
    • man is looking back over his life, he can at most remember only as
    • three-year period is separated from the later life. In the normal
    • we should bear in mind the division between the first years of life
    • case that until the third year of life the ego remains unborn. It was
    • first years of life. The task devolving upon the ego changes —
    • because, during the first three years of life the forces of the
    • life, as if he were floating upwards to the higher Hierarchies whose
    • In the first years of life there
    • to a certain extent through the whole of human life in the first
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    • exterior and the life of soul. Then came the period of Greco-Latin
    • uniformity between the first and the later years of life. Even in
    • external life of humanity often present themselves, as if in
    • of his own, upon the vigour and activity of his own life of soul. We
    • be very obvious to an attentive observer of life are connected with a
    • of the world and of life. There are large numbers of men today whose
    • circles today are no longer capable in later life of changing what
    • is also true in the life of the individual. There is by no means the
    • early childhood as there is in the later years of a man's life. In
    • course of an individual human life is the one that comprises
    • life by two facts. — One is that it is only after this first
    • man is looking back over his life, he can at most remember only as
    • three-year period is separated from the later life. In the normal
    • we should bear in mind the division between the first years of life
    • case that until the third year of life the ego remains unborn. It was
    • first years of life. The task devolving upon the ego changes —
    • because, during the first three years of life the forces of the
    • life, as if he were floating upwards to the higher Hierarchies whose
    • In the first years of life there
    • to a certain extent through the whole of human life in the first
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    • Life-spirit, two degrees above man; but man is spun into the web
    • spirits. The last third of his life under normal Spirits of Form,
    • take something from East. Romans took their spiritual life
    • (Music of Spheres), wisdom in life ether. After effects of Saturn
    • as a stimulus, and prove it by life itself. Anthroposophical
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    • at the knowledge of the inner psychic life of man. If we wish to
    • learn the inward life of an individual being we must pass from the
    • manifested in the life of the peoples and it is seen that these facts
    • are thereby explained. The conditions in the life of the various
    • of life which throws light upon the various questions of life. This
    • cannot be done by a view of life which in the study of the nature and
    • culture; as an agent for the spiritual life of humanity we require a
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    • which, in contradistinction to individual human life, we describe as
    • distinguish in him the physical body, the etheric or life-body, the
    • etheric or life-body, by transforming it and remodeling it into what
    • we call Life-spirit or Budhi; and finally, the highest work of man
    • mind-soul to the etheric or life-body, so that the intellectual-soul
    • or mind-soul is a feeble prototype of what the Life-spirit or Budhi
    • perceive our present life to be the result of earlier earth lives, of
    • are our astral body, our etheric or life-body and our physical body,
    • life-body into Life-spirit or Budhi. Therefore in these Archangeloi,
    • our ‘ I ’, shall transform the life-body into
    • Life-spirit or Budhi. When we look up to these beings we behold them
    • who are now working upon their etheric or life-body and are
    • transforming it into Life-spirit or Budhi. In just the same way we
    • transformation of his etheric or life-body.
    • work in upon man, by transforming our etheric or life-body; beings at
    • the stage at which they are transforming the etheric or life-body
    • into Budhi or Life-spirit. If you think of such beings, who belong to
    • or life-body, and how they thereby work in upon man and draw him into
    • words, ‘Change your attitude towards life, for the kingdom of
    • life on to the next one. This is also the case with the Spirits of
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    • their etheric or life-body, that therefore they are fashioning this
    • admitted that the work upon this etheric or life-body cannot be
    • part in human life, then on the other hand we must be able to point
    • Let us begin with the etheric or life-body of these
    • during his lifetime goes through a development, when he rises higher
    • detail, as to play a part in one's life. It is rather quoted in
    • emotional life of man, those that work in the etheric body of man,
    • life in an intimate way because they are only two stages higher up
    • during his life on earth, his national language. They had to have the
    • Spirit of Personality, that is to say, why their life is especially
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    • etheric bodies into that which is called Life-spirit or Buddhi. Man
    • of man is active in all three parts of his inner life, in the
    • in the soul-life of man. Hence also you must think of the form of
    • consciousness, the whole soul-life of these Folk-spirits as being
    • different from the soul-life of man.
    • inner life of the Folk-spirits. A man has not many such in his normal
    • life, on the contrary, he has in his own consciousness extremely
    • being inwardly, so that it becomes a part of his life. Observe the
    • life of the peoples from epoch to epoch, how it has run its course,
    • therefore we must see that one half of our inner life, half of our
    • does the actual life of the Archangels extend. You must therefore
    • eliminate from the inner life that which is received from outside
    • that their soul-life begins by experiencing in the intellectual soul
    • indeed perceive that this Archangelic Being may have in his soul-life
    • ourselves with a portion of our inner life are the field of
    • But there is also another way in which the life of the
    • Archangel is connected with the life of the particular people he is
    • period in his life, an ascending time of youth, and a descending time
    • We must now again look into the inner life of one of
    • ascending period of its life, in all its upward-striving power, then
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    • parts of man, the physical body, the etheric or life-body and the
    • about in the life of present-day man at a certain age; it can only
    • only during the condition of the Earth-life. We then come to the
    • nature, one might say, somewhere about the twentieth year of life: so
    • then, in the first seven years of his life man would have had the
    • the first third of our earth life. We must therefore say: The first
    • third of our earth-life is not directed by the spiritual Beings who
    • first third of his life — the time up to his twentieth year —
    • life has passed away, — which on the whole belongs only to the
    • away. So that life is divided into three parts or portions, an
    • only becomes man during his earth life in the middle part, and in the
    • development of man in the first of his three epochs of life is, on
    • belongs to the later epochs of life. Through this man has become a
    • more material being up to the second epoch of his life than he would
    • otherwise have been. He would otherwise up to that period of his life
    • twenty-first year of his life, when he finds himself bound to the
    • have gone through the last third of his life in a spiritualized
    • (A) and at once take up his life on the earth. That is the secret of
    • to say, if man had gone through the first and last thirds of his life
    • humanity, is not comprised in the middle third of life. By means of
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    • That is the life of the universal ether which streams down to the
    • earth. Life pours in upon the earth from universal space and is
    • concentrated for us, and we see how streaming life, weaving sound,
    • outer and inner life, three successive cosmic missions were
    • inner life which comes from within. These words are carefully chosen;
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    • Form, which brings about in our life on earth that there should be
    • these lectures as ‘man in the second third of his life
    • body in the nervous system; the etheric or life-body in the glandular
    • of external form, external life, contained important meanings for
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    • life, and therefore awoke at a higher state than the Westerner, but
    • soul-life, which no longer showed any of those conditions that were
    • how the Angels and Archangels had taken part in their soul-life which
    • spiritual life. It is for this reason that the peoples of the East
    • closed themselves to Western spiritual life. They will certainly
    • looked into a weaving and life of real spiritual Powers, at a time
    • and an earlier life, of a time when they saw everything in an ocean
    • before the gods intervened in the life of the human soul, who could
    • of soul-life, before they decided to awake. Hence there lived above
    • at work in the primitive depths of the soul-life.
    • early elementary stage of soul-life, is above all interested in
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    • everywhere placed in the centre of human life, according to its
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    • the whole collective spiritual life worked in co-operation, how
    • creating his mighty civilization and his magnificent spiritual life,
    • that, with the Greeks, the life of the soul is remembrance. The
    • social life and the life of the States, which is felt as a
    • State Christ is the blood which runs through all social life, and the
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    • of the atmosphere, out of planetary life, to unite themselves with
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • life at that time was such, that this Mystery had then to be
    • life, so as to prove it by life itself. For in life also, at every
    • receives by life itself. Then what ever might color our
    • comprehensible in all parts of our earth-life.
    • anthroposophical view of life which is so dear to our hearts and is
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
    • in body and in soul until the 33rd year of life. Today this development is
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • earthly life will ensue. This is the epoch when the moon will again approach
    • inevitably be absorbed into the shadowy grey-ness of their intellectual life.
    • understanding. Even the life of the plant remains enigmatical; still more so
    • the life of the animal; while human life is altogether beyond the grasp of the
    • so can the shadow-pictures of the intellect be quickened to life.
    • This quickening to life of the shadow-pictures of the intellect is not only a human
    • intellect must be quickened to life by the pictures of Spiritual Science. We
    • catastrophe must ensue, and earthly life will fall at length into social chaos,
    • lifeless thoughts which arise in connection with the mineral world and the
    • has not allowed his shadowy intellectual concepts to be quickened to life, his
    • From pre-earthly existence man has descended to this earthly life. His birth from
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life it is
    • of plant-life and the theories that were evolved during the nineteenth century
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
    • in body and in soul until the 33rd year of life. Today this development is
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • earthly life will ensue. This is the epoch when the moon will again approach
    • inevitably be absorbed into the shadowy grey-ness of their intellectual life.
    • understanding. Even the life of the plant remains enigmatical; still more so
    • the life of the animal; while human life is altogether beyond the grasp of the
    • so can the shadow-pictures of the intellect be quickened to life.
    • This quickening to life of the shadow-pictures of the intellect is not only a human
    • intellect must be quickened to life by the pictures of Spiritual Science. We
    • catastrophe must ensue, and earthly life will fall at length into social chaos,
    • lifeless thoughts which arise in connection with the mineral world and the
    • has not allowed his shadowy intellectual concepts to be quickened to life, his
    • From pre-earthly existence man has descended to this earthly life. His birth from
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life it is
    • of plant-life and the theories that were evolved during the nineteenth century
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • ideals in earthly life. Christian Morgenstern and the impulse
    • human soul; its effects in man's life on Earth and between death and
    • Truths in themselves contain life-force. Christ became
    • Spheres (chemical ether) and of Cosmic Life (life-ether). These
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • the coming to life of the Christ Being in the human soul and the
    • Being who gives meaning and significance to Earth life. They ought to
    • of life in the body man's consciousness were such that he knew
    • the Mystery of Golgotha a cosmic Being flowed into Earth-life, a
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • to the Sun, and to what extent the tasks of life are connected with
    • soul-life. And only one phrase need be uttered — ”our
    • fire our souls, and in many connections make life valuable and
    • precious. And when we look at the assured reality of external life,
    • anything that guarantees the most precious thing in life — the
    • that our ideals in life will prove to be the seeds of a future
    • life; but certainty in the same sense we cannot have. As human beings
    • who in their earthly life were imbued through and through with high
    • before him the well-known life-tableau, the memory-picture of his
    • past Earth-life, and interwoven with it is the world of ideals. This
    • the life between death and a new birth.
    • us [Christian Morgenstern]. Coming from a life that was dedicated to
    • Earth-life; he passed through the gate of death. He left to mankind a
    • Owing to the difficulties of his bodily life he was
    • The significance of the soul's life in that ailing body has
    • only in the spiritual life, the content of the life which this soul
    • it through the life that lies between death and a new birth. It will
    • his whole being, and it will permeate his new Earth-life when he
    • again descends to a life on Earth. Moreover, such a soul receives a
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • life of the human soul, whereas the immortality of man can be
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • life-force. By permeating ourselves with truth we permeate our
    • becomes cognitional force, but it is already life-force, in so far as
    • so-called chemical ether, and then there comes the life-ether. These
    • these waves with our physical life. And if we would also kill the
    • life-ether, we should destroy and continuously kill within ourselves
    • the cosmic life that streams down to the Earth. In earthly sound we
    • were obliged to place man in a sphere where, from the life-ether
    • but Life he is not to have. Of the Tree of Life he shall not eat.”
    • Life man shall not eat”, by adding the words, “and the
    • Spirit of Matter he shall not hear.” Of the Tree of Life man
    • the Cosmic Life, pulsating through the universe, revealed to those
    • Spheres and from the region of Cosmic Life. These regions had to be
    • spiritual essence of the Cosmic Life — the element that still
    • side. Life as a whole shows itself to us only from the external side.
    • life-element in the two highest kinds of ether was withdrawn in order
    • ether into water-spirits. Finally, the cosmic ether, or life-ether,
    • live at all — he transforms the life-ether into Earth-spirits.
    • also spiritual — the life in him. This is forever
    • Cosmos, so does man draw through the whole of earthly life the
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    • or Mutual Help, the other, which we meet especially in daily life, is
    • the area of the outer material life; however, it is really in the
    • field of the inner spiritual life that it has true validity.
    • Fight for Survival is emphasized in our life nowadays because science
    • at life in nature it looks like a gladiator's “free for all,”
    • this question first. Now let us ask ourselves what human life really
    • old ways of life in which people found their freedom in brotherly,
    • sisterly common life, shows particularly in the following example: If
    • nobody wanted to own what had belonged to them during life. After one
    • life to a high moral level. Mutual support, mutual help was
    • common life was created. This morality was developed on the basis of
    • about and because of this intellectual thinking our life is split.
    • relationship. On one hand spiritual life has become more and more
    • the relation of the Roman Law to life was a harmonious one, but if
    • jurisprudence, is floating above the moral life. Many say, “We
    • from life. Only in the sixteenth century we see spiritual life
    • brother or sister of the one who had to be tried, life bound with
    • life. Everyone understood the other's work and everyone tried to
    • The Fight for Survival has its place in life
    • go their separate ways in life, they are dependent on this Fight for
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    • or Mutual Help, the other, which we meet especially in daily life, is
    • the area of the outer material life; however, it is really in the
    • field of the inner spiritual life that it has true validity.
    • Fight for Survival is emphasized in our life nowadays because science
    • at life in nature it looks like a gladiator's “free for all,”
    • this question first. Now let us ask ourselves what human life really
    • old ways of life in which people found their freedom in brotherly,
    • sisterly common life, shows particularly in the following example: If
    • nobody wanted to own what had belonged to them during life. After one
    • life to a high moral level. Mutual support, mutual help was
    • common life was created. This morality was developed on the basis of
    • about and because of this intellectual thinking our life is split.
    • relationship. On one hand spiritual life has become more and more
    • the relation of the Roman Law to life was a harmonious one, but if
    • jurisprudence, is floating above the moral life. Many say, “We
    • from life. Only in the sixteenth century we see spiritual life
    • brother or sister of the one who had to be tried, life bound with
    • life. Everyone understood the other's work and everyone tried to
    • The Fight for Survival has its place in life
    • go their separate ways in life, they are dependent on this Fight for
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    • Being Who, for the Christian, gives earth-life its meaning, and from
    • Whom the strongest force of this earth-life radiates.
    • course of his life experience something within his soul which
    • earth life: “The Divine is revealed in the heights and there
    • observation of nature must be irradiated by such life so that the
    • life which can no longer exist in the way it did for the shepherds of
    • the stars we need to obtain by an awakening of our inner life. Just
    • discovered; also in experiencing the human inner life through the
    • again to develop a true, a real humanity in their common life. They
    • with these forces can the social life be mastered. This will happen
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    • certain understanding of this link between life in nature and
    • life.
    • in other words, He remains with the life of the earth. The Christ,
    • are within man and stir his inner life, moving and weaving through
    • origin and life of the cosmos, as grounded in the force of the spirit
    • an empty phrase like so many other things in modern life. And it is
    • just because so many things have become a phrase, that modern life is
    • for the chaos in our modern life.
    • a phrase in modern life, and if these feelings could enable us to
    • knowledge, which places into the lifeless sky that which stars and
    • planets reveal through an inner life, so that they appear as
    • Call to new life in souls of man
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    • soul in his fellow-man and the life of animals. The experiences were
    • from the earth; as in an auric cloud he saw animal life flowing over
    • creative, in earthly life they arise as potentially germinal forces
    • during the first period of earthly life, in the child. The
    • spiritual, these forces of the child withdraw in later life from the
    • genius as we have in the later years of life are due to the fact that
    • childlike faculties on into later life equips us with inventive
    • faculties did not remain merely in the instinctive life as in the
    • Animal life
    • that world which does not primarily belong to life between birth and
    • death but to the life between death and a new birth — from that
    • of the life of the soul. And if we fathom the expanses of space in
    • plumb the depths of the life of soul we begin to understand how the
    • the life of inner emotion. “Revelation of the God from the
    • Animal life
    • and there perceived the spirit The inner life leads to perception of
    • once the life of inner experiences, of instinct in man. The power
    • be of most value for knowledge and the will External earth life,
    • humanity that the spiritual life, the life of rights, and the
    • economic life must separate from one another and a higher form of
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    • the mode of life, etc. — so, when human beings were still
    • of the forces of the universe. During his life between birth and
    • social life, and also of happenings in the animal world. Our ordinary
    • feeling remained as a motivation in social life. And in the 19th
    • the external world I have only the tapestry of material life, only
    • life of soul, created the Gods.” This was what was placed
    • life-substance in creatures who bear milk, stimulating in the heart
    • In books attempting to explain oriental life you will
    • the workings of many substances we use in everyday life. We stand
    • know as little about what this means in the complex of social life as
    • people's life, we need a Cultural Council for the promotion of
    • health to the whole of our people's life.”
    • feel that the most practical conception of life leads him finally to
    • to the whole of our people's life.”
    • If life continues without the stimuli that come from the spiritual
    • practical life what can come out of Spiritual Science are working,
    • familiar path that is like a great lie in modern life. I confronted
    • realities of life I was very much at home in an international
    • old. And if we establish anything in practical life ... the reaction
    • and be applied in the affairs of practical life. He was right in
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    • life of the senses, have no other importance than merely to be
    • the place where that super-sensible life of the spirit is realised, by
    • a comprehensive presentation of spirit-life — appropriately
    • dissipation of our intellectual life. Here we come to the painful
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    • desires to be nothing else than something for the life of soul and
    • spirit similar to what natural science then became for the life of
    • life, and which he also uses in ordinary science, are by no means able
    • with visions arising from a morbid bodily life.
    • with a certain manner of making life easier — I would even say,
    • with a more comfortable regulation of life, since it is easier to work
    • something lifeless in it. When we think logically, we have images in
    • different from what it is in ordinary life and ordinary science. The
    • whole inner life of the soul becomes changed. Something happens which
    • changes this soul-life into something else, which I will once more make
    • lifeless form, were suddenly to begin to walk and to become living.
    • something living and bearing sway within him, instead of lifeless
    • bringing logical thinking to life within him, becomes conscious of a
    • to know it as something different from what it is in ordinary life, are
    • something in ordinary life, if we work, the will, as it were,
    • reminding you that in ordinary human life there are two alternating
    • states, waking life and sleep. In waking life man lives, consciously;
    • investigator succeeds in voluntarily giving his bodily life the same
    • the consciousness that is liberated out of the will, a life-germ has
    • earth-life. And just as truly as the plant-seed develops a new plant,
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    • do with the link established between man and the scene of his life on
    • union between man and all that takes place in earthly life during the
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • universe, descending into his inner life, he now began to feel the
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • life of the wide universe but enters into the life that is rooted
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • the thoughts he acquires in the darkness of his inner life can be
    • give life again to old habits such as these. We need, for example, to
    • feeling, with new life.
    • that we need, a birth of spiritual life. Then we shall once again
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
    • the way to the Truth and to the Life in the Spirit has to be
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    • do with the link established between man and the scene of his life on
    • union between man and all that takes place in earthly life during the
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • universe, descending into his inner life, he now began to feel the
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • life of the wide universe but enters into the life that is rooted
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • the thoughts he acquires in the darkness of his inner life can be
    • give life again to old habits such as these. We need, for example, to
    • feeling, with new life.
    • that we need, a birth of spiritual life. Then we shall once again
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
    • the way to the Truth and to the Life in the Spirit has to be
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    • written in the course of time, and of his life as it flowed on from
    • mankind, working everywhere with a fresh life force, contemplating
    • life joyfully and working joyously on life, taking up everything with
    • of Leonardo's life, we must admit that the feeling just
    • enormous amount of life force there must have been in this human
    • dead matter should be a manifestation of life, as it reveals itself
    • above-mentioned question. If one follows up Leonardo's life in
    • that a soul born into a certain age does not live that one life
    • tried to sketch him at particular moments of his life, we are led
    • wonderful way to practical and theoretical life. That is one result
    • one's consciousness in a new life, depends on the external
    • years of his life in a dwelling place assigned to him by Francis, in
    • human life exhausts itself in what comes into existence externally.
    • How senseless and aimless seems the life of a soul such as Leonardo's
    • external life! No! We must not regard it thus! We must look at it
    • connecting links between the sensible and the super-sensible. The life
    • through a life in which it was only able to bring to expression the
    • are world riddles and life riddles — world riddles incarnate.
    • life of feeling and experience, and must itself become an elixir of
    • life, so that through it we gain a new relation to the whole of life;
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    • written in the course of time, and of his life as it flowed on from
    • mankind, working everywhere with a fresh life force, contemplating
    • life joyfully and working joyously on life, taking up everything with
    • of Leonardo's life, we must admit that the feeling just
    • enormous amount of life force there must have been in this human
    • dead matter should be a manifestation of life, as it reveals itself
    • above-mentioned question. If one follows up Leonardo's life in
    • that a soul born into a certain age does not live that one life
    • tried to sketch him at particular moments of his life, we are led
    • wonderful way to practical and theoretical life. That is one result
    • one's consciousness in a new life, depends on the external
    • years of his life in a dwelling place assigned to him by Francis, in
    • human life exhausts itself in what comes into existence externally.
    • How senseless and aimless seems the life of a soul such as Leonardo's
    • external life! No! We must not regard it thus! We must look at it
    • connecting links between the sensible and the super-sensible. The life
    • through a life in which it was only able to bring to expression the
    • are world riddles and life riddles — world riddles incarnate.
    • life of feeling and experience, and must itself become an elixir of
    • life, so that through it we gain a new relation to the whole of life;
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    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
    • mighty heaps of lifeless rock crystallized out of the fire-streaming
    • with life. — In the same way as the physical body is produced
    • for life, so that, as men, we become different. Anthroposophical
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    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
    • mighty heaps of lifeless rock crystallized out of the fire-streaming
    • with life. — In the same way as the physical body is produced
    • for life, so that, as men, we become different. Anthroposophical
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    • Whoever thoughtfully regards animal life can only share this view
    • pen, or the differences in the life of a pin and a needle. That is
    • individual life. Man struggles for and attains his higher life
    • through it to higher life.
    • the one is transformed through the different ages of life, the other
    • other illnesses. Animals cannot stand the human way of life. Even as
    • about the whole of his previous life.
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    • Whoever thoughtfully regards animal life can only share this view
    • pen, or the differences in the life of a pin and a needle. That is
    • individual life. Man struggles for and attains his higher life
    • through it to higher life.
    • the one is transformed through the different ages of life, the other
    • other illnesses. Animals cannot stand the human way of life. Even as
    • about the whole of his previous life.
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    • as vividly as possible in the early ages of Lemurian life. The souls
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    • sphere and also with respect to their application in practical life
    • place set herself the task of investigating material life. But
    • behind life — than to many facile explanations springing from
    • to speak, to the phenomena of life, must be able to bring the
    • phenomena of life before our eyes in such a way that death belongs
    • life, just as other natural processes are brought about in the course
    • of a life. Since this is only an introduction to what is to be said
    • actualities of life he calls attention to the fact that in the
    • processes of life itself, in that whereby life is to some extent
    • encroaches upon life. By numerous examples, Metschnikoff seeks to
    • show how whoever follows the course of life sees everywhere that
    • explanation people are prone to give, when the span of life is
    • although the processes of life continue, and continue in an
    • in life itself, yet at a certain point of time death intervenes; so
    • every ending of life in the animal, vegetable or human kingdom is to
    • enemies of life which, in the course of a lifetime, obtain the upper
    • hand and which finally, fighting against life, work as a poison on
    • — when death approaches — such enemies of life appearing
    • in one form or another, as poison phenomena making an end of life.
    • animal kingdom which make their appearance as enemies of life and at
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    • sphere and also with respect to their application in practical life
    • place set herself the task of investigating material life. But
    • behind life — than to many facile explanations springing from
    • to speak, to the phenomena of life, must be able to bring the
    • phenomena of life before our eyes in such a way that death belongs
    • life, just as other natural processes are brought about in the course
    • of a life. Since this is only an introduction to what is to be said
    • actualities of life he calls attention to the fact that in the
    • processes of life itself, in that whereby life is to some extent
    • encroaches upon life. By numerous examples, Metschnikoff seeks to
    • show how whoever follows the course of life sees everywhere that
    • explanation people are prone to give, when the span of life is
    • although the processes of life continue, and continue in an
    • in life itself, yet at a certain point of time death intervenes; so
    • every ending of life in the animal, vegetable or human kingdom is to
    • enemies of life which, in the course of a lifetime, obtain the upper
    • hand and which finally, fighting against life, work as a poison on
    • — when death approaches — such enemies of life appearing
    • in one form or another, as poison phenomena making an end of life.
    • animal kingdom which make their appearance as enemies of life and at
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • development of our mental life in the last periods the notion is
    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • that only considers those powers which also rule in lifeless
    • thinkers who want throughout to derive life from a mere union or a
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • of itself lifeless processes, and at a certain point of time some
    • struggle for life and in adaptation to the surrounding, so to speak,
    • forth of the living from the lifeless, could arise out of a mere
    • union of lifeless matter.
    • could have developed out of the lifeless. It is much more obvious to
    • Fechner to imagine that the lifeless can go forth out of the living
    • life process of the living beings excretes the materials which, after
    • having served a certain time in the life process, pass over to the
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • — those substances which today belong to the lifeless nature
    • living came forth from the lifeless, but the lifeless came forth from
    • to speak of something lifeless in an absolute sense. He says we have
    • really no right to look upon a flame as a kind of life process on the
    • lowest level, a life process which is simplified, and has descended
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    • development of our mental life in the last periods the notion is
    • realities partake in the development of animals' life as in the
    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • that only considers those powers which also rule in lifeless
    • thinkers who want throughout to derive life from a mere union or a
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • of itself lifeless processes, and at a certain point of time some
    • struggle for life and in adaptation to the surrounding, so to speak,
    • forth of the living from the lifeless, could arise out of a mere
    • union of lifeless matter.
    • could have developed out of the lifeless. It is much more obvious to
    • Fechner to imagine that the lifeless can go forth out of the living
    • life process of the living beings excretes the materials which, after
    • having served a certain time in the life process, pass over to the
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • — those substances which today belong to the lifeless nature
    • living came forth from the lifeless, but the lifeless came forth from
    • to speak of something lifeless in an absolute sense. He says we have
    • really no right to look upon a flame as a kind of life process on the
    • lowest level, a life process which is simplified, and has descended
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    • what influenced them in one life is carried over into the spiritual
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • any abstract argument. But if we seriously observe life and try by
    • place which Michelangelo holds in the spiritual life of the West.
    • spiritual life of the West and indeed of the whole of humanity in the
    • Grimm's descriptions in his “Life” could not give.
    • his Zeus or Hera — withdrawn into his life of soul, as we
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • within our space, and the same space which gives us life gives it to
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • before us in death is the warrant for the external life of the human
    • earlier epochs, the life of which he could share, and could thus
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • this period of his life when he was at work on the ceiling —
    • since vanished, but even in his lifetime this mighty work was
    • 1564 he died. Every period of man's life can be creative; it
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life
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    • what influenced them in one life is carried over into the spiritual
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • any abstract argument. But if we seriously observe life and try by
    • place which Michelangelo holds in the spiritual life of the West.
    • spiritual life of the West and indeed of the whole of humanity in the
    • Grimm's descriptions in his “Life” could not give.
    • his Zeus or Hera — withdrawn into his life of soul, as we
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • within our space, and the same space which gives us life gives it to
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • before us in death is the warrant for the external life of the human
    • earlier epochs, the life of which he could share, and could thus
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • this period of his life when he was at work on the ceiling —
    • since vanished, but even in his lifetime this mighty work was
    • 1564 he died. Every period of man's life can be creative; it
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life
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    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • THE PRESENCE OF THE DEAD IN OUR LIFE
    • after death. The significance of myths and fairy tales in life.
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    • The Course of My Life,
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • whole life in this incarnation is retained in the etheric body, is
    • perceive the etheric world around us during earthly life because we
    • life. After death, too, the soul must be filled with much more active
    • strength than in ordinary life to relate to its environment.
    • life. We need this greater strength when we have passed through the
    • preparation for life after death.
    • and images that are linked with our life after death and thus with
    • our entire soul life. For spiritual science can be understood by
    • also means to lead a conscious life after death. Assimilating modern
    • fact, this type will frequently not even experience a life after
    • astral body in ordinary life, but we can quite easily see part of it
    • is much cleverer than we have become through physical life. If you
    • forces, we learn to lead an inner life that makes us clairvoyant in
    • physical life if we are not fully conscious, so we do not lead a
    • healthy soul life in the super-sensible world if we do not see
    • certain times in their life by methods other than those described by
    • judgment in those areas of life where they are clairvoyant. But we
    • have been someone important in a previous life. Such a person was
    • There are, of course, childhood illnesses in all areas of life, and
    • cultural life.
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    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • former. It is my only firm basis, and the eternal life I took
    • life, his courage for living, and his belief in life come from —
    • The Way toward the Blessed Life,
    • which can be said to contain his life's teachings, to a small group of
    • concrete insight that should permeate our life in regard to the
    • with it bestow upon all human life.
    • spiritual life triumphed over the physical body. When I spoke about
    • gradually developed for the description of spiritual life. Through
    • cannot help believing that even if it takes longer than our lifetime,
    • to life in us. That is what I wanted to discuss with you today.
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    • thoughts on the life of the spirit that might be useful in
    • should not worry about the life of the spirit, about the spiritual
    • about it. Why should we not be satisfied in this life between birth
    • and death simply to do what is necessary for life in the physical
    • life in sleep as we do about life after death. And certainly no one
    • real life we cannot avoid dealing with the spiritual world, because
    • world is by no means irrelevant to our physical life, but is of
    • come to a subject essential for human life. When we see the air
    • with fishes, when we observe the life forms that creep along the
    • of spiritual scientific research for our life between birth and
    • clear to us how this earthly life is connected with spiritual life.
    • tremendous difference between people who in their waking life are
    • life from the beings of the kingdoms of nature below us. We literally
    • life, whom we can clearly visualize, and of whom we often think. What
    • is our relationship with the dead in waking life?
    • between our earth existence and life immediately after death also
    • a person's life here on earth and after death, people all too easily
    • drawing conclusions about our own life. Then we will not worry that
    • on May 6. In the final years of his life, he suffered much. I would
    • suffering. If we compare that with the spiritual life that has now
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    • Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
    • THE PRESENCE OF THE DEAD IN OUR LIFEParis, May 25, 1914
    • different from that of everyday life. It appears to lead us away from
    • the things that seem so important to us in daily life, but in
    • human life.
    • looked in life. However, this is not the usual type of such
    • inner states different from those of our everyday life. We have
    • feel what we usually call “life.” Here life and thinking
    • Now, in our earthly life,
    • your memory a small part of your life at that time. Try to recall as
    • during the remainder of our physical life in the same way you look
    • everyday life; they must give us concepts that are new and different
    • To understand the higher worlds, we must not let our life of ideas
    • represented in a building the next step must be to bring to life the
    • truly promotes the mystical life of the soul and allows revelations
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Five: The Blessing of the Dead
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    • scientific term, in the depths of our soul during our everyday life.
    • life and in conventional science, we learn about the external world
    • we find also in our everyday life. Meditation is a devotion of the
    • limitlessness; we use it at a more basic level in ordinary life. By
    • attentiveness in everyday life we mean not allowing our ideas and
    • life. This is how we can begin to separate the soul's ability to
    • depths of our soul a faculty we know nothing of in our everyday life,
    • life would not suffice to perform the task, which was to understand
    • physical life. In the spiritual sphere, we approach the individual
    • She had died at a relatively early age, in her best mid-life
    • years, and had taken unused life energy into the spiritual worlds.
    • intensity of this unused life energy. Generally, people live to a
    • ripe old age and use up their vitality during their lifetime.
    • These life forces that were not used in our friend's short life
    • capacity allows us to look beyond our life enclosed between birth and
    • life extending into infinite periods of time through repeated earth
    • lives. Then we can understand the life of those we were very close
    • discover not only the physical life between birth and death, but the
    • Christian centuries, the friend whom we knew in her short life here
    • and entered this life with the undigested material. It burst the
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    • after death. The significance of myths and fairy tales in life.
    • In the physical world life
    • our thinking — in fact, our whole soul life as it takes its
    • birth, we have only life forces, so to speak; our life then is
    • and burgeoning life. Our etheric body always wants to bud and to
    • many new life forces and these then begin to proliferate; the human
    • being then abounds with life forces. This surplus of life forces
    • life forces, which will then be compensated for. However, what has to
    • ourselves any possibility of knowing something about the life between
    • life on earth to assimilate thoughts and ideas that are fruitful for
    • as a zest for life, enthusiasm for being alive, and an ability to
    • cope with life, all of which can be seen even in old age. Children
    • attention to the symptoms of our cultural life. For example, I once
    • itself from life. In the morning, after sleep, our eyes have been
    • restored and are filled with pure life. However, as we perceive,
    • later in life. And the world they enter after death will remain dark,
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • grew to an unbearable level at the end of his life. Prior to the
    • life of striving to reach the highest levels of the spirit: so
    • his life!
    • in the last years of his life.
    • Your memory would be only a pale reflection in the bustle of your life.
    • second half of his life. There was much gossip, even after Hamerling
    • had already been confined to his bed for a large part of his life,
    • and allegations about the sybaritic life the author of “Ahasver”
    • tired of complaining about life. And since he loved Hamerling a great
    • deal, he loved to cite the poet in his complaints about life. On this
    • And life seems so charming to him
    • his poetic career with words truly sounding like a lifetime's program
    • his attitude throughout his life. We must recall one very memorable
    • to the thing that filled his life. So he was carried down and taken
    • lived for the first ten or fifteen years of his life, because I
    • life and personality are an example of a soul growing out of and
    • mystical life of the spirit was awakened in him miraculously at the
    • ascetic life. At that time the boy already possessed a thirst for the
    • beauty-filled world of the Greeks. Yet he saw so many aspects of life
    • to bring beauty and spirituality back into life, and thus return
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    • Anthroposophy in Everyday Life.
    • “When it is a case of mastering life, we must listen for
    • life's secrets, and these lie behind the sense-perceptible.”
    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • reflection, and of much besides in man's life of thought, is applied
    • man himself, we may say that in relation to life this expression may
    • not less significant for life, which each person we meet
    • When we survey human life we shall have to be especially
    • social life, our relation of man to man, must depend more upon how in
    • of their nature, and how much depends in life upon our coming to such
    • knowledge which flows directly into our daily life, into all our
    • When in life a person stands before us, we must always,
    • practical life, the basic coloring of the human being plays a role.
    • within two life streams which meet when he enters earth existence.
    • designate in life and in science as inherited attributes and
    • Toward life my solemn bearing,
    • the matter over. Let us observe a lifeless mineral, a rock
    • What a man acquires in the course of his life through education,
    • lifeless. Even into the 17th century the learned and the unlearned
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    • Anthroposophy in Everyday Life.
    • “When it is a case of mastering life, we must listen for
    • life's secrets, and these lie behind the sense-perceptible.”
    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • reflection, and of much besides in man's life of thought, is applied
    • man himself, we may say that in relation to life this expression may
    • not less significant for life, which each person we meet
    • When we survey human life we shall have to be especially
    • social life, our relation of man to man, must depend more upon how in
    • of their nature, and how much depends in life upon our coming to such
    • knowledge which flows directly into our daily life, into all our
    • When in life a person stands before us, we must always,
    • practical life, the basic coloring of the human being plays a role.
    • within two life streams which meet when he enters earth existence.
    • designate in life and in science as inherited attributes and
    • Toward life my solemn bearing,
    • the matter over. Let us observe a lifeless mineral, a rock
    • What a man acquires in the course of his life through education,
    • lifeless. Even into the 17th century the learned and the unlearned
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • bridge from knowledge yielded by Spiritual Science to a view of life
    • “Modern life” — as we call it —
    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • necessary counter-balance for elements in modern life that have an
    • life-forces of man.
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • life, retire into a sanctum with the right surroundings and walls
    • of the adjuncts of modern life may come into contact with my bodily
    • life, or to engage in a sort of hothouse cultivation of the spiritual
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • than the night-sleep. In nightly sleep, man's life of thought is
    • more aware of the dimming of the life of thought during nightly
    • sleep. By day it is the life of will that is more wrapped in sleep,
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • bridge from knowledge yielded by Spiritual Science to a view of life
    • “Modern life” — as we call it —
    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • necessary counter-balance for elements in modern life that have an
    • life-forces of man.
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • life, retire into a sanctum with the right surroundings and walls
    • of the adjuncts of modern life may come into contact with my bodily
    • life, or to engage in a sort of hothouse cultivation of the spiritual
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • than the night-sleep. In nightly sleep, man's life of thought is
    • more aware of the dimming of the life of thought during nightly
    • sleep. By day it is the life of will that is more wrapped in sleep,
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    • into the spiritual world, and that those who, with powerful life
    • They are almost overthrown ... when new life fills the band:
    • No wonder that this life, this consciousness of a connection with the
    • life in later times, as we recognize them again today in that which
    • life.
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    • into the spiritual world, and that those who, with powerful life
    • They are almost overthrown ... when new life fills the band:
    • No wonder that this life, this consciousness of a connection with the
    • life in later times, as we recognize them again today in that which
    • life.
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • of the truths underlying human life and cosmic existence is by no
    • they actually are in practical life — in other words, to
    • understand life itself in the light of the principles of Spiritual
    • earthly life. But when it is a question of coming to grips with the
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • incapable of explaining the intricacies of human life. Although this
    • the life of man. As a matter of fact it is scientific thought
    • of life today, and yet science exercises a very powerful influence
    • life, swallow what is told them by men who appear by the force of
    • understanding of human life. The teachings of Spiritual Science must
    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • tracks of one continuous stream of human life which leads back then
    • outer life with all its traditions, and what we regard as the
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • courage to apply these truths neither in practical life nor even in
    • their study of problems of practical life.
    • condition of life? What has Spiritual Science to say about this? I
    • incarnated in a previous life during the early centuries of
    • over towards Russia in their earlier life on earth? If we investigate
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • of the truths underlying human life and cosmic existence is by no
    • they actually are in practical life — in other words, to
    • understand life itself in the light of the principles of Spiritual
    • earthly life. But when it is a question of coming to grips with the
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • incapable of explaining the intricacies of human life. Although this
    • the life of man. As a matter of fact it is scientific thought
    • of life today, and yet science exercises a very powerful influence
    • life, swallow what is told them by men who appear by the force of
    • understanding of human life. The teachings of Spiritual Science must
    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • tracks of one continuous stream of human life which leads back then
    • outer life with all its traditions, and what we regard as the
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • courage to apply these truths neither in practical life nor even in
    • their study of problems of practical life.
    • condition of life? What has Spiritual Science to say about this? I
    • incarnated in a previous life during the early centuries of
    • over towards Russia in their earlier life on earth? If we investigate
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    • means of letting such spiritual movements flow into the general life
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    • our own life and if it becomes living substance within us.
    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • works in the experiences of life and in the development of character.
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • against a fundamental element of social life: they are an offence
    • Compassion is a fundamental element in the soul life which we share
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • between a feeling of shyness in later life and hypocrisy at some
    • earlier period of life.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life
    • which build up the next life; it will become interwoven with the
    • In the next life the character qualities build up the three bodies,
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • is justified. When we see someone entering life with bad health and a
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • Let us observe life in both cases. What is the effect of criticism
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    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • works in the experiences of life and in the development of character.
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • against a fundamental element of social life: they are an offence
    • Compassion is a fundamental element in the soul life which we share
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • between a feeling of shyness in later life and hypocrisy at some
    • earlier period of life.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life
    • which build up the next life; it will become interwoven with the
    • In the next life the character qualities build up the three bodies,
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • is justified. When we see someone entering life with bad health and a
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • Let us observe life in both cases. What is the effect of criticism
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • cannot grasp life. To be sure, some investigators believe that if
    • the alternating play of life through complicated combinations of
    • understand the mineral, lifeless substance; that is to say, they will
    • cognition, and because a lifeless instrument can only be used to
    • recognize lifeless things. The etheric body, the astral body and the
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
    • corpse can only grasp lifeless things.
    • intelligence, which is bound up with the lifeless body, cannot
    • grasp the world through our lifeless body. That is to say, we only
    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • again ascend and return to the regions enabling us to grasp life.
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • lifeless things to that of living things. This is what I mean when I
    • our world conception and our views on life. Through the special
    • that today people are chiefly interested in the soul's life
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    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • cannot grasp life. To be sure, some investigators believe that if
    • the alternating play of life through complicated combinations of
    • understand the mineral, lifeless substance; that is to say, they will
    • cognition, and because a lifeless instrument can only be used to
    • recognize lifeless things. The etheric body, the astral body and the
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
    • corpse can only grasp lifeless things.
    • intelligence, which is bound up with the lifeless body, cannot
    • grasp the world through our lifeless body. That is to say, we only
    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • again ascend and return to the regions enabling us to grasp life.
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • lifeless things to that of living things. This is what I mean when I
    • our world conception and our views on life. Through the special
    • that today people are chiefly interested in the soul's life
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    • which makes him grow together with his earthly life. When we
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • life, with the sun's ascent to the zenith, and sunset with the
    • born out of the feeling that man stands within the life of
    • processes of sleeping and waking. The course of human life during
    • waking life from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • pervaded by the growing life of plants. Imaginative knowledge
    • life, but with a whole vegetation growing into it. What disturbs
    • through the portal of death, as harvest of our life.
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • structured life; but when we leave the body, the human being
    • our consciousness. Memory brings a connected sequence into life,
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • on the fact that during his first seven years of life, the body,
    • may thus be of immense importance in pedagogical life.
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • evolution, and for his volitional life as far as the evolution of
    • chiefly with the etheric body, and man's feeling life with the
    • astral body, his volitional life should be connected chiefly with
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    • which makes him grow together with his earthly life. When we
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • life, with the sun's ascent to the zenith, and sunset with the
    • born out of the feeling that man stands within the life of
    • processes of sleeping and waking. The course of human life during
    • waking life from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • pervaded by the growing life of plants. Imaginative knowledge
    • life, but with a whole vegetation growing into it. What disturbs
    • through the portal of death, as harvest of our life.
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • structured life; but when we leave the body, the human being
    • our consciousness. Memory brings a connected sequence into life,
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • on the fact that during his first seven years of life, the body,
    • may thus be of immense importance in pedagogical life.
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • evolution, and for his volitional life as far as the evolution of
    • chiefly with the etheric body, and man's feeling life with the
    • astral body, his volitional life should be connected chiefly with
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    • dream-life and external reality.
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    • directly from the spiritual world to the general cultural life of today:
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    • has remained there and has not accompanied him through life. Here
    • into life. It has really remained in the spiritual world and has not
    • is not a vehicle of any such ‘life-force’, as is understood by
    • Steiner approaches the life after death by speaking of ‘four phases
    • than in these nine lectures given at the end of his life. Thus, although
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • in the fulness of life. Feeling ourselves members of the Anthroposophical
    • observe today those who get beyond the superficial aspect of life, we
    • have revived. In their subconscious life the men and women of today
    • enter earthly life through birth; he sees life running its course between
    • do not form ideas about it, but it is deeply rooted in our feeling life.
    • expressed in words. All that makes, for our conscious life, the happiness
    • life: Where is the other world from which the human form comes? —
    • the complaints of their hearts by seizing on some triviality of life,
    • not our heads but the depths of our subconscious life put questions
    • his life in the physical world, which is his instrument between birth and
    • in outer life. But in so deadening themselves they kill within them
    • is the other pole of human life. Thoughts are here, copying external
    • earlier in his present life. All these fill his soul. But what are they?
    • I must admit that my soul life consists of them.
    • within. So it is with the soul life of man. Images, thoughts, feelings
    • life of his soul, to grasp the real being he knows himself to be. And
    • when he discovers that this surging, unreal life of his soul has something
    • your soul life.
    • is destroyed, and led it again to earthly life, giving it its appropriate
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture II: Meditation
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    • relation to the form man bears into physical life, Nature is a destroyer;
    • earthly life. It leads man to say: I have preserved within me the beginning
    • become what it is today in its inorganic, lifeless constituents. The
    • man confronts Nature today he usually only studies what is lifeless.
    • growth; he neglects the life in his plants. Present-day science really
    • however, is not merely a scientific question, it has a bearing on life.
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • relation between exoteric and esoteric life; or, in other words, the
    • heavenly bodies and the life and being of man.
    • moon-beings, we do meet them in our pre-earthly life, in the life between
    • our subconscious life and never attains full intellectual clarity, but
    • life, then, directs us to the moon. This may witness to the fact that
    • the course of life. We are continually ‘peeling off’. We
    • constitutes our present life. We are continually doing so. When we see or
    • life and is clearly recognised as part of an active past, and turn to what
    • two people come together for some common task at a certain time of life.
    • experience of life was deep and varied and who said in his old age:
    • On looking back on my life it seems as if every step had been so ordained
    • lunar in man's life. Well, even our feelings can distinguish much,
    • if we study them more deeply. Even in childhood and early life we come
    • in the unconscious depths of our will life, and say: We not only look
    • our will, acting on the deeper life of our soul. What does that mean?
    • our previous life. If people only impress our intellect or our aesthetic
    • sense, they are entering our life without such a previous connection.
    • You can see from this that in human life, especially in human destiny,
    • to expression in a future life on earth.
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    • Today we will again place these two aspects of human life before us
    • response to the needs of life, in his artistic aims and religious
    • your body and go through life with this perception, you encounter that
    • study that is not guided by theory but controlled by life itself, leads
    • now look at our inner life. We experience what we call our psychical
    • life, i.e. our thinking, which can confront us fairly clearly, our feeling,
    • ascribe will to ourselves and, on surveying our inner life, speak of
    • — to what is deeply disturbing. We see that all this soul life
    • If we want to use a comparison we may well say: The soul life is like
    • this soul life destroyed when certain organs are destroyed. Moreover,
    • of the body; and when we grow old our soul life becomes weaker again.
    • The life of the soul thus keeps step with the growth and decay of the
    • on the physical organism, has its own life, its own existence, this
    • above all else in life, for his whole manhood — his human dignity
    • the moral life to be able, as human beings, to obey moral principles
    • being’ only obeying laws. The moral life does not begin
    • all, has led men to strive beyond the life immediately visible, really
    • you bear within you your soul life — your thinking, feeling and
    • on which this moral world itself depends. But where is this inner life
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • i.e. as an inner musical element, a whirling, weaving life, an inner
    • to a remarkably small degree, in our physical, bodily life. Here the
    • matter actually works in the several domains of life. The remarkable
    • body is always there as a totality which comprises our life up to the
    • sees the human being descend from his pre-earthly life to his present
    • life on earth, and, just before he was conceived by his parents, draw
    • you cannot speak of the etheric body without surveying man's life in
    • unlimited. It has remained there and has not accompanied him through life.
    • the astral body has remained behind, and only throws its beam into life.
    • the whole of your life. Thus the activity that you notice in your astral
    • pre-earthly life — into his existence as a psycho-spiritual being
    • ordinary human life such love does not attain the intensity necessary
    • works into man from his life before birth, that is, of what he leaves
    • then experience the above identification with, and coming to life in,
    • your pre-earthly life to your last life on earth; you slip over, through
    • all you have undergone between your last death and your present life,
    • into your former life on earth — into what we call previous
    • to a new life on earth, becomes wholly spiritual. It cannot be grasped
    • previous life is just as much outside us as another human being of today.
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • HEN we study human life on earth, we see it proceed in a kind of rhythm
    • life-process, which runs its course in the subconsciousness, continues
    • the active life of feeling that connects willing and thinking, standing
    • sleep. At most we can say that the dream life finds expression when
    • waking life we are aware that our thoughts act upon our bodily
    • us. We deprive the outer air of its life-giving power and return, not
    • to the life of sleep. We must actually investigate whether there is
    • of sleep begin to emerge, as memories do in ordinary life. Only, the
    • quite consciously before, at least in this life. They come to us like
    • during life, you would say: That I am inwardly permeated with life is
    • continually the secrets of your inner life. You perceive these, although
    • life, is darkened as soon as we leave the physical body. And we realise,
    • there we need no longer ‘think’ in the sense of everyday life.
    • during waking life, initiating, with the help of the inhaled air, the
    • during waking life, begins to be very conscious in sleep. It comes before
    • consciousness — though the will as a life process is present in
    • life. We now come to see that all we do through that will of which we
    • at all. What man calls his ego in ordinary life is, of course, a mere
    • him back to his previous life on earth (yellow).
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    • DREAM-LIFE AND EXTERNALREALITY
    • secrets of human life. It is a life that finds expression while
    • we sleep — soul life, dream life, a life that ordinary consciousness,
    • not take his dream-life seriously and, to a certain extent, he is right,
    • of his ordinary life. When he compares his dream-life with his ordinary
    • reality. But the dream-life comes with its re-combinations of ordinary
    • Let us now consider this dream-life as it presents itself to us. We
    • at this type of dream-life that conjures outer experiences in transformed
    • the images of memory which resemble external life as far as possible.
    • In memory we have pictures of outer life that are more or less true.
    • in our dreams, transformed pictures of outer life. That is one kind
    • for a knowledge of the dream-life. It is the kind in which, for example,
    • dream, to the whole inner life of man. There are people who, while actually
    • complex of feelings is translated into the dream-life.
    • better from his dreams than from observing his external life. When we
    • in the ordinary consciousness of daily life, man experiences very little,
    • 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
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • a more intimate study of man's dream-life can lead us towards the Science
    • the imaginative life that is inwardly co-ordinated, clear and luminous,
    • with waking life. I have often emphasised that one who attains really
    • life and its various relationships. On the contrary, it makes one a
    • lives, if he is so ‘superior’ that he sails through life
    • well acquainted with dream-life from his own experience. Nevertheless,
    • dream-life and, in doing so, become aware that we have before us something
    • foreign to his present life — just as the seed taken from the plant
    • in the autumn of a given year is foreign to the plant's life of that year
    • next life on earth, germinating between death and a new birth and growing
    • on into our next earthly life. It is the seed of this next earthly life
    • from the last life on earth — and is now withering. In this way
    • we really come to see that the seed of a future life is being formed
    • life on earth.
    • thoughts acquired in daily life one cannot easily approach this wonderful
    • life on earth. What he experiences in the waking state is the relic
    • of his last life; this plays into his present life, giving him as much
    • as I ascribed to him yesterday when I said of his life of action, for
    • have before us what man is preparing for the next life on earth. These
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    • us valuable insight into the whole of human life and its cosmic
    • in the various phases of its manifestation in human life, beginning
    • man experiences in concrete, everyday life, in thinking, feeling and
    • of memories, for it is this treasury that makes our life a complete
    • past life are obliterated from his memory.
    • Moreover, when we survey from a given moment our life since our last
    • earthly life. But its role is far greater still. What would the external
    • to evoke the soul's own life that it may feel and experience inwardly
    • comprehensive part of man's inner life.
    • We have forgotten so much in the course of life; but there are moments,
    • they passed us by unnoticed. Nevertheless, they are in our soul life,
    • but a fragment of all we receive; in the course of life we take in much
    • when we go through the gate of death our life on earth is followed by
    • a few days in which pictures of the life just ended come before us in
    • so the temporal events of our earthly life are now seen side by side
    • weaker and weaker. Whereas in earthly life we look into ourselves and
    • all that, like memory, we have bound so closely to our life between
    • during earthly life, disappear into the wide spaces of the cosmos. This
    • earthly life, we live in the third phase of memory. This third phase
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    • During the last decades our members have led a pleasant life, devoted
    • America, which was known as a realistic conception of life, a
    • conception of life which was in essentials based on the achievements
    • important affairs of life; and that even if, helped by the
    • discoveries of science, he does so, a common social life is,
    • religious life?” This question, posed in deep earnestness and
    • of human beings as they pass through one life after another. Now in
    • thereby ordained for every single life. The concept of miracle can
    • reincarnation, whereby each single life can be linked up with the
    • previous life on earth without any miracle. I still remember well
    • mere causality, the more the life of human feeling is driven, by a
    • every science and upon all branches of life in such a way that they
    • which makes such a deep incision into modern life, were made to swear
    • numerous important writings and by a pious life spent in the affairs
    • service which he has hitherto rendered by his pious life and writings
    • earthly life is repeated, it comes to the same thing. All these long
    • Divine rules (the Way, the Truth, and the Life) but only the ‘wise
    • particular what the spiritual life itself has to say to what is
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    • of this either for the concerns of ordinary life or in pursuit of
    • the only means through which in ordinary life the human being can to
    • dream, as we experience it today in ordinary life, is only a poor
    • same degree of consciousness that one has in ordinary life, a degree
    • that of ordinary life, of ordinary consciousness, as that of ordinary
    • beings who can approach it a consciousness of the fact that the life
    • continuation of a spiritual life which we have spent in the
    • Now you know that this spiritual life which precedes our birth or
    • pre-natal spiritual life was lost. Plato speaks clearly of that life,
    • life which begins with death, which a man begins by throwing off his
    • if anyone between birth and death here on earth has led a life which
    • the man dies, he has to look back eternally on the one earth life for
    • the life of the soul, this Aristotelian doctrine, and one can still
    • accept a life before birth as a justified belief or, rather, before conception. Just think what it signifies for the whole
    • evolution of humanity not to speak of a prenatal life. When in the churches of today we are told only of a life after death,
    • denominations, by eliminating the life before birth under
    • largest part of the religious life of the modern civilized world
    • with the whole inner life of his soul were to grasp the truth that
    • this earthly life as he enters it through birth lays upon him the
    • a life before birth! Just think how egotism would vanish if that
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    • through which anthroposophy is directly concerned with life.
    • asked: are there not facts experienced in normal human life which
    • world? There are indeed many facts in ordinary life of which we could
    • in ordinary life.
    • this fact of ordinary life clearly before us. And we can bring it now
    • beings are faced in ordinary life with many things that they have
    • events. In waking life we are even astonished if somebody leaps high
    • all. So we are faced with the fact that while in waking life we are
    • life. We know that the presence of conscience cannot be denied.
    • we can consider again the life of dreams. Here we may do the
    • conscience if we did them in waking life. Anyone can confirm this
    • remarkable way from the life of dreams. Ordinarily man does not
    • something that does not fit in with our previous life; but if we
    • something new is entering his life, something that he before saw
    • this life. For if spiritual science says that man exists between
    • birth and a previous life in another condition, we have in the fact
    • possible at all if man did not enter this life from a preceding
    • then in the old clairvoyance? Something has remained; the life of
    • dreams. But the life of dreams is distinguished from the old
    • enter the life of dreams. We have them in the waking consciousness,
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    • asked: are there not facts experienced in normal human life which
    • world? There are indeed many facts in ordinary life of which we could
    • in ordinary life.
    • this fact of ordinary life clearly before us. And we can bring it now
    • beings are faced in ordinary life with many things that they have
    • events. In waking life we are even astonished if somebody leaps high
    • all. So we are faced with the fact that while in waking life we are
    • life. We know that the presence of conscience cannot be denied.
    • we can consider again the life of dreams. Here we may do the
    • conscience if we did them in waking life. Anyone can confirm this
    • remarkable way from the life of dreams. Ordinarily man does not
    • something that does not fit in with our previous life; but if we
    • something new is entering his life, something that he before saw
    • this life. For if spiritual science says that man exists between
    • birth and a previous life in another condition, we have in the fact
    • possible at all if man did not enter this life from a preceding
    • then in the old clairvoyance? Something has remained; the life of
    • dreams. But the life of dreams is distinguished from the old
    • enter the life of dreams. We have them in the waking consciousness,
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    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • education will bring such a feeling to life. If education up to
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
    • quality in the life of civilised humanity. This experiencing of
    • this is very forcibly manifest in social life. You have only to think
    • the conditions of life in the civilised world of to-day have taken
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • to a higher stage, that life-spirit is the transmutation of the ether
    • nor can I attain life-spirit in my ether body or spirit-man in my
    • falsehood over earthly life. And no social question will be solved
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    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • education will bring such a feeling to life. If education up to
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
    • quality in the life of civilised humanity. This experiencing of
    • this is very forcibly manifest in social life. You have only to think
    • the conditions of life in the civilised world of to-day have taken
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • to a higher stage, that life-spirit is the transmutation of the ether
    • nor can I attain life-spirit in my ether body or spirit-man in my
    • falsehood over earthly life. And no social question will be solved
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    • Science as a Human and Personal Way of Life.
    • A WAY OF LIFE
    • question of practical life, a man will defer to books — or
    • again. He has no wish to remain, in life, in the mood that
    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • life of man — the life he had as a being of soul and spirit in
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • devotion to the world; but that thereby our life had become richer,
    • life, becomes a characteristic of one who is able to receive
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • a pre-earthly life of man, but actually to look into the spiritual
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
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    • Science as a Human and Personal Way of Life.
    • A WAY OF LIFE
    • question of practical life, a man will defer to books — or
    • again. He has no wish to remain, in life, in the mood that
    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • life of man — the life he had as a being of soul and spirit in
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • devotion to the world; but that thereby our life had become richer,
    • life, becomes a characteristic of one who is able to receive
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • a pre-earthly life of man, but actually to look into the spiritual
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
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  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • All the conditions and circumstances of life proclaim this truth; on
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • sufficiently understood. In their soul-life the Greeks and Romans
    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • of life brings us into contact with certain people and not with
    • who meet in life as friends; it will also be increasingly
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • more out of the abstract into the concrete, into fullness of life,
    • the soul, but also a practical knowledge of life, will be cultivated,
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • that the latter might also be able to develop his own free life of
    • the religious life of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. So that a fresh
    • RELIGION — of the religious life.
    • of life more and more, to penetrate it, and by so doing to come to
    • religious life to unfold, must be kept clearly in view because it is
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • All the conditions and circumstances of life proclaim this truth; on
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • sufficiently understood. In their soul-life the Greeks and Romans
    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • of life brings us into contact with certain people and not with
    • who meet in life as friends; it will also be increasingly
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • more out of the abstract into the concrete, into fullness of life,
    • the soul, but also a practical knowledge of life, will be cultivated,
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • that the latter might also be able to develop his own free life of
    • the religious life of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. So that a fresh
    • RELIGION — of the religious life.
    • of life more and more, to penetrate it, and by so doing to come to
    • religious life to unfold, must be kept clearly in view because it is
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    • civilization.In ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We
    • only if in some way we are not in good health. In ordinary life, breathing
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • In normal life the
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • bodily life and even inflicting pain. Whenever pain drove out spirit and
    • experiences of life. One's personality can be strengthened by training
    • body is robust and fit for dealing with external life, as is normally
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
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    • civilization.In ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We
    • only if in some way we are not in good health. In ordinary life, breathing
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • In normal life the
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • bodily life and even inflicting pain. Whenever pain drove out spirit and
    • experiences of life. One's personality can be strengthened by training
    • body is robust and fit for dealing with external life, as is normally
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
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    • experience that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • even externally, we compare the life of Paul with the earthly
    • has lost the experience of such transitions in later life. In very
    • the development of soul and of body up to the fiftieth year of life, in
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • from super-sensible experiences. In this second half of his life he had
    • in the second half of life through sense-experience, because the
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • the life of Christ Jesus and the life of Paul is a remarkable one. The
    • life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence and Being
    • so for a period of time corresponding very nearly to that of the life
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
    • great significance in life today.
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    • experience that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • even externally, we compare the life of Paul with the earthly
    • has lost the experience of such transitions in later life. In very
    • the development of soul and of body up to the fiftieth year of life, in
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • from super-sensible experiences. In this second half of his life he had
    • in the second half of life through sense-experience, because the
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • the life of Christ Jesus and the life of Paul is a remarkable one. The
    • life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence and Being
    • so for a period of time corresponding very nearly to that of the life
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
    • great significance in life today.
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    • Science must and can be for the several domains of life.
    • Anthroposophical Science, for example, into the scientific life in general.
    • administered the central anthroposophical life with real inner faithfulness
    • and wanted to apply it to a particular domain of life, did not as a
    • their full life in the heart of Anthroposophia itself — in Anthroposophical
    • Science as a world-conception, a content of life which they may even
    • day to another, into the anthroposophical life — to get him in
    • his past life and work, and to do so, he would have to leave an abyss
    • behind him. These things must be faced as they exist in real life. Anthroposophists
    • often imagine that life consists merely in thought. It does not consist
    • to unite some special sphere of life with Anthroposophia — some
    • spreading the anthroposophical life into the world. What did we experience?
    • essential life — no longer elaborated in the old way, but derived
    • no value, least of all when we wish to take a hand in practical life.
    • who will not depart from the principle that practical life, after all,
    • near my life for a long time; I took part in them most actively. Thus
    • at this point. As I look back on my own life, I must say that the most
    • peasant,” as they say in Lower Austria. In my life this will serve
    • the farmers and yeomen of our agricultural life. They will be well understood
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    • as it may sound, it is a fact that Western life — life in the
    • Western hemisphere — is quite a different thing from life in the
    • Eastern hemisphere. Life in Africa, Asia or Europe has quite another
    • significance than life in America Possibly, therefore, horns from American
    • the social life of to-day, it is hardly a practical, hardly a topical
    • meditation; preparing himself by meditative life, as I described it
    • people. The conditions of life nowadays are such that it is only too
    • of “peasant's philosophy,” setting down the conceptual life
    • a philosophy dilating upon the intimacies of Nature's life
    • of life. To-day the whole world is changed. The younger ladies and gentlemen
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    • it by the shorter duration of the creature's life. There is a happy
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    • to destroy animal and plant life in this way over wide areas? The method
    • the moral improvement of all human life? That alone can be the panacea
    • against abuses—the moral upliftment of human life as a whole.
    • improvement of life we should never tend to a mere contemplation of
    • betterment of human life in general. This can arise from Spiritual Science.
    • yet, for many spheres of life. I knew a good anthroposophist friend
    • was very generous to the anthroposophical movement throughout his life.
    • absolutely lifeless like the mineral, without including it in something
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    • quite true; man's inner life will become different if these things are
    • This life of men in the midst of electricity, notably radiant electricity,
    • You will thus be destroying a whole host of life. Thereby you will have
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    • or scientist's whole life-work; the agricultural course is full
    • a deepening of esoteric life, and in this connection mentioned certain
    • strength necessary for manifesting the spirit in physical life. A bridge
    • with real-life practicality when he spoke on another occasion of wanting
    • get out of touch with the conditions and challenges of real life.
    • plant-life. He went on, with characteristic spiritual courage and a
    • the significance of soil-life, the earth as a living organism, the role
    • — in other words, cosmic aspects of plant-life — remains
    • conditions for plant life, and consequently also for agriculture. Light
    • energy of human life.” And still further: “We can divide
    • scientific knowledge must have found its way into practical life by
    • cycles. Joachim Schultz, a research worker at the Goetheanum whose life
    • and biochemical inter-relationships of metabolic functions in soil-life,
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    • was much concerned with the problem of manures for plant-life generally.
    • life was brought about in the soil, substances were thereby formed which
    • that the plants unfold a quite extraordinary life. The substances he
    • thus produces he describes as “auxines” — life-kindling
    • used for nourishment, the result is a malformation of the nervous life
    • in the life-process only show themselves in the next generation, or
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    • up, in all directions, with the widest spheres of life. Indeed there
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • From one aspect or another, all interests of human life belong to
    • spiritual life. You see, this modern spiritual life has taken on a
    • of life): You see a magnetic needle. You discern that it always
    • many things in life and practice as though they were dealing only
    • the whole Universe. The several spheres of modern life have suffered
    • sphere of life: I am always glad to think that those whose doctors
    • must include a far wider horizon in our studies of the life of plant
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • possible the physical life of man on Earth — and that, after all,
    • in the life of the Earth. Nowadays we are wont to attach the greatest
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • Studying the life of
    • man (and to a certain extent it applies to animal life also), we
    • observe a high degree of emancipation of human and animal life from
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • in human life.
    • phenomena of human life take their course in such a way that in their
    • understanding of many things that happen in the social life by
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    • only contains a certain life — a vegetative nature of its own
    • this inner life of the earthly soil (I am speaking of fine and
    • life, which is not even thought of in our time.
    • throughout our life. There is a constant and living mutual interplay
    • Earth what we may call the life-ethereal and the
    • measure on the extent to which the cosmic life and cosmic chemistry
    • the Earth decidedly contains some inner principle of life. It is
    • of their external life. Yet in this very process they become open to
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • in its growth. And this we can only do by bringing into the life of
    • the plant such life as is already present on the Earth. That is to
    • say, we must bring into it life that has not yet reached the utterly
    • chaotic state — life that has not yet gone forward to the stage
    • of seed-formation — life, that is to say, which came to an end
    • bring into it such life as is already present on the Earth. In this
    • the plant-life is absorbed by the whole Nature-process. To some
    • extent, all life that has not yet reached the state of chaos rejects
    • the cosmic influences. If such life is also made use of in the
    • earthly life that has not yet reached the state of chaos. On
    • once more, in all domains of life learn — from the whole nexus
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    • not play the first and foremost part in the life of plants.
    • Nevertheless, to understand plant-life it is of the first importance
    • works in the life of Nature, has so to speak four sisters, whose
    • carbon. (The application of these matters to plant-life will
    • life, as we have often emphasised. This, therefore, which represents
    • with the help of sulphur carries the influences of life out of the
    • bearer of life — that is, of the ethereal. And it becomes the
    • bearer of life the moment it escapes from the sphere of those tasks
    • other than nitrogen. Nitrogen guides the life into the
    • Wherever nitrogen occurs, its task is to mediate between the life and
    • in the life of plants and animals, and so on.
    • is, thither the astral extends. The ethereal principle of life would
    • nitrogen is so essential to the life of the soul. For the soul itself
    • is the mediator between the Spirit and the mere principle of life.
    • hand it flows perpetually into the element of life.
    • oxygen — that is, the ethereal life. Then comes the internal
    • small proportion of oxygen, which is the bearer of life, and a far
    • around him slightly poorer in nitrogen than it is in normal life. If
    • you will have a true idea, of the necessity of nitrogen for the life
    • whole life of the Earth.
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    • methods for Agriculture, as it is for other spheres of life. Nature
    • period of life in which the protein is taken, but the whole life of
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • it begins to enter into practical life, recognising as it does the wider
    • connections. For in these larger relationships of life, Spiritual Science
    • by virtue of its inherent life and mobility — as of a fuel. It
    • with it. For in practical life, the science of to-day would very soon
    • which science claims to give for various branches of life generally
    • practical domains of life — and notably for Agriculture.
    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • tendency to life — a tendency to permeate itself with
    • the life ceases with the contours — with the outer periphery of
    • the plant. The actual life is continued, especially from the roots of
    • no hard and fast line between the life within the plant and the life
    • if it is immersed from the outset in an element of life. Fundamentally,
    • permeate the earth with the requisite degree of life. We must come to
    • the inner life of an organic entity also includes currents of forces
    • and activities within it, stimulating and maintaining life within the
    • Life
    • the scent-kindling life within it. So we might say: an organic body
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • plant-life in the earth itself.
    • this common life — common to the Earth and all plant-growth—nor
    • how it is continued into the excretion-products of life in the manure.
    • Science no longer knows the working of this all-embracing life. Insight
    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • spheres of life, we must try to supplement genuine modern achievement
    • good by combating them). In effect, for the living life which is so
    • of life.
    • in this category — “have for plant-life at most the value
    • We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
    • that it is able to transmit life to the soil out of which the plant
    • the great and wide circles of life — the macrocosmic, not the
    • the life in the earth, so that the earth itself will have a wonderfully
    • healing effect, the calcium must remain within the realm of life; it must
    • and regular and does not give rise to shocks in the organic life
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    • we know of the Moon in ordinary life? We know that it receives the rays
    • all vegetable life, i.e. for that which shoots up from the
    • regulations. That will be progress in our social life).
    • the earth, where it must live, the cosmic forces upon which its life
    • longer live. It shuns life if it has to live in an earth thus peppered.
    • their direction for earthly life and work. Such science is utterly lost
    • receive the faculty to bring forth plant-life out of itself. This faculty
    • environment has an inherent life of its own. With all this life in the
    • — plant-life would grow upon it, developing normally up to the
    • receives something of dying life into itself, and through this dying
    • life there arises, as it were, above the soil — above the primary
    • you see how the several fields of life work into one another. Understand
    • our counsels! Life always proceeds from the entire Universe —
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    • working in the atmosphere, and by the life-ether.
    • the life, together on the farm, of plant and animal. Here again, we
    • are affected by the, owing to the modern conditions of life, of certain
    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • of the free grows out of it, just as the life of a herbaceous plant
    • more intensity of life, than the earth otherwise has, i.e.
    • astrality. What happens, then, when the herbaceous life grows out of
    • it has a certain intensity of life. Now the cambium damps down this
    • life a little more, so that it becomes slightly more mineral. While,
    • we still remain within the realms of life — of some of its ethericity.
    • woods and forests as a whole — they have their very life through
    • animals, similar to them, but undergoing the whole of their animal life
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    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • in practical life. The man who first speaks of “combustion inside
    • is earthly matter. Already in the embryo-life, earthly matter is guided
    • outer life, within our present economic order, it cannot be fully attained.
    • the rhythmic life, and the two poles interpenetrate. What animals do
    • manifold elements of a fruit-like quality develop just life leaf and
    • the real advantage of the vegetarian mode of life. It makes us stronger
    • and in a thoroughly objective way — to the social life as a whole.
    • the social life.
    • remote from farming life. It makes a difference, which you will quickly
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    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
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    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
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    • the world and devotes himself to the religious life. An
    • earlier life been a Brahman and had rejected the love of
    • the world of nature, with all its fresh young life in the
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • prevailed in later times. Life was hierarchically ordered.
    • initiates. The whole social life of the people was still
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • peoples it was known how much depends in human life on
    • to a higher moral life.)
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    • the world and devotes himself to the religious life. An
    • earlier life been a Brahman and had rejected the love of
    • the world of nature, with all its fresh young life in the
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • prevailed in later times. Life was hierarchically ordered.
    • initiates. The whole social life of the people was still
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • peoples it was known how much depends in human life on
    • to a higher moral life.)
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    • depends in the widest sense on the whole life of man, we
    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • the left one. Animals have less inner life, because they
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • a tiny bit poisonous. For life consists in taking in
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • his inner life develops by offering resistance to the
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • taking his place culturally in the external life on earth.
    • reveals to us what penetrated into the present life from
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • through life. We are head, as far as Cancer. We have this
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    • depends in the widest sense on the whole life of man, we
    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • the left one. Animals have less inner life, because they
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • a tiny bit poisonous. For life consists in taking in
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • his inner life develops by offering resistance to the
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • taking his place culturally in the external life on earth.
    • reveals to us what penetrated into the present life from
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • through life. We are head, as far as Cancer. We have this
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    • Mystical Lamb, has life-spirit or Budhi as lowest member... January
    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • soul, spirit-self, and life spirit. The Mystery of Golgotha...
    • life will again give style to man's environment. The future
    • with forces for daily life. In the interaction between the inner
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    • with our whole modern human life. One does not understand this life if
    • infinitely inventive: at every moment of life they devise something —
    • our life and their action is particularly to be traced by clairvoyance
    • view of life. He who does not realize these things passes through life in
    • blood, of which we have often spoken. It comprises a red life-giving
    • changes the former into spirit-self or Manas and the latter into life
    • manifestation, here in physical life in the human chyle — however
    • so far as they take on a physical body, have their physical life on Venus.
    • spiritual standpoint if one wants to be clear about life. Much could
    • significance and effect for practical life. When one understands life
    • known, life is understood for the first time.
    • and impulses which pulse and flow through our life. Learning to know
    • red life-giving blood. Just as in a burning flame the substances unite
    • what has just been related from the facts of human life. The myth says
    • if one would find deepest wisdom displayed in any sphere of life, one
    • of Spiritual Science. It is to enable man to learn to know life, and
    • of reality and enable him to bring knowledge and wisdom into life.
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    • exercise an influence upon our own life, how they are related to what
    • to further stages of life in the cosmos. We shall of course understand
    • passed through three “life-conditions” (also called “rounds”).
    • It has passed through three of these life-conditions and is now in the
    • form-condition of the fourth life-condition of the fourth planetary
    • life-spirit, spirit-man. His development is not yet complete but will
    • 6. Life-Spirit
    • are beings whose lowest member is the life-spirit and who have yet a
    • lowest member is a physical body, have life-spirit (Budhi) as their
    • who receives; he receives the content of his soul-life, his
    • inner life, from outside; things must exist in the world if his soul
    • into it. These beings of whom I have just told you, who have life-spirit
    • of their life, these beings are not dependent upon receiving anything
    • the life-spirit too is an ether body. The twelfth member of these sublime
    • life, which works in the world in such a way that it does not receive
    • life but gives it forth, offers life in perpetual sacrifice.
    • life into our universe? Is it possible to conceive of life that is perpetually
    • streaming into the world, imbuing the world with life?
    • belong wholly to the Zodiac, who only manifests in planetary life through
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    • had sat on it for a sufficiently long life-time and had watched how
    • those beings which I have described as remaining at a time of life comparable
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man. The more correct division,
    • or Manas, life-spirit or Budhi, spirit-man or Atma. Thus the soul-element
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    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • soul, spirit-self, and life spirit. The Mystery of Golgotha...
    • these beings had an astral body, an ego, spirit-self or Manas, life
    • they continuously ray in fructifying life-saps from the Saturn atmospheric
    • and from all sides — fructifying life-saps streaming down like
    • was such that it did not retain these fertilizing life-saps but rayed
    • rank luxuriant life-saps stream in and are reflected, so that the rudimentary
    • sent their life-bestowing saps down into the warmth masses of Saturn
    • fact that the Spirits of Form no longer have need of an etheric or life-body;
    • they give up the etheric body. They no longer ray down the life-giving
    • in sacrifice and to permeate with their own life-force that which they
    • first formed as picture. If you could endow with life the reflection
    • so that it had its own life and could step out of the eye, then you
    • that took place from Saturn to Sun. On ancient Saturn the life-giving
    • life-giving forces of Chronos rayed in continually upon Gaea and were
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man, an eighth and a ninth
    • “trickled,” so to speak, the life-rain down on to Saturn.
    • Moon have the ego as lowest member, then they have spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • and have an etheric body, astral body, I, spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • acquire the life-spirit, Budhi, through the transforming of our etheric
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    • gradually became lifeless with the continuous densification. That was
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    • Only if you were of the opinion that this one life between birth and
    • namely, that the fruits of each separate earthly life, that is, the
    • Love work again into what is developed in the single human life via
    • our modern life is based on the fact that the individual lives at the
    • when human souls have grown beyond all mere religious life.
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    • of the just completed life. This lasts for two or three days, it differs
    • only an extract of it remains — the life-fruit of the past life.
    • more perfectly, because he can make use of the fruits of his past life.
    • Thus man has this life-essence and forms his next body out of it in
    • the life that follows.
    • every situation of life the world requires man to share in working on
    • the life-spirit, Budhi, and they can therefore guide and lead in earthly
    • evolution from an insight corresponding to the life-spirit. This is
    • motion. Eygptian social life was especially directed according to the
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    • understand what is meant if we realize that taking part in the life
    • for a time it may be merely a period of waiting. During this life in
    • in the whole development of our life and nature. We have come to know
    • life-spirit, and spirit-man. In his present phase of development man
    • engraved into himself through his life comes back to him as his talents
    • after death we assimilate the fruits of a life and bring with us what
    • made a thorough use of his life, that he left unused nothing which he
    • with its eternal life-kernel. Mankind will have gone forward but they
    • to stay behind, since they have not developed their eternal life-kernel.
    • the fact that they have not made use of life! The world is around them;
    • the life-kernel and mold it to a higher stage. They do not advance with
    • developed their higher principles by making use of earthly life. They
    • esotericism, and which the Leader of Christian life proclaimed to his
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    • can realize from this fact how birth and death in human life have not
    • the same significance in the life of the animal. For when an individual
    • life as elemental beings. Our evolution has gone through the most varied
    • as that of the bee-life in connection with what can be known of the
    • time of the first third of the Atlantean culture epoch. There the life
    • experience which plays a role in man's life today — whether
    • reason why the Patriarchs Adam, Noah, and so on, had such a long life
    • nature. That can be particularly observed in the united life of the
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    • life will again give style to man's environment. The future
    • in the regular course of our life, the beings of our earth, the beings
    • waking life. We know further that the beings which we call animals are
    • Sun evolution, he received the etheric or life body, that in the third
    • into life. The principles of the blood and of the astral body are outside
    • were given him by the impressions of daily life. This all-night activity
    • life of the human soul. One would like it to be known in the widest
    • certain activities of the human soul life. It is not generally imagined
    • that the facts of the soul life have a far-reaching effect. In certain
    • life of the soul can find their true explanation. We all know the deep
    • of spiritual science. In many respects man's whole life is saturated,
    • and untruthfulness, untruth even in the affairs of life, has a definite
    • ego. The result is that in the course of life and by reason of a body
    • and slanders but also other things belonging to the soul life produce
    • at such phenomena of the soul: in spiritual life one must be able to
    • feeling which it creates in the common life that the effect is continued
    • world, the life world, we see grow out of the life of men. Many a man
    • spiritual events of our life are continued, how lies, calumnies, bad
    • our earth. But now you can also understand that if in normal daily life
    • effects in human life. Humanity would have advanced quite differently
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    • with forces for daily life. In the interaction between the inner
    • to such beings here in his life on earth. According as men here on the
    • earth do this or that in their situation in life, so do they establish
    • deep truths of life.
    • place man has the physical body, then the etheric or life body, then
    • upon man in ordinary life with its disorder and chaos, the disordered
    • crypt requires men in the midst of life to stand within it, yet it is
    • the dry commonplace intellect of which we speak in ordinary life. For
    • experiences their deeds in the sphere harmonies and in the life of day
    • back with it into the life of day. And then men scoff at idealistic,
    • wants men exalted above ordinary life and so he takes mythological figures
    • earth. At a relatively early time of life two pictures stood before
    • it comes to life — so he said to himself — but it does not
    • Science is life. It lives in the world process, and when one says that
    • He had a premonition of what human cultural life will be when all that
    • stands in mutual relationship with physical life — this has been
    • done in physical life by art. And spiritual art will always permeate
    • science is expanded to impulses which can penetrate our life and tell
    • to earth the light of spiritual life. Such a life impulse must increasingly
    • expand until the whole outer life becomes again a mirror of the soul.
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    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
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    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • between human life on earth and that which goes on in the
    • pre-earthly life into their present life on earth: they
    • paramountly into their will. Experiences in the life
    • feeling of the souls in their life after death was that
    • connections of life must be observed; they extend even
    • before the souls descended into the present earthly life.
    • to-day. Undetermined fear of life. Materialism holds good
    • of physical life only. The tragedy in the karma of men
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    • intellect, the life of thought, making the intellect the
    • practical life he forgets it. For then at once he has this
    • consisted in this: At the beginning of his earthly life,
    • of their earthly