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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • the “Threefold Social Organism” as one now tries to do, then they
    • by which men even want to organize their social science, should
    • the first time the organization of finance which swamps every other
    • that the rights-state and the organism of the Spirit must be set
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • the “Threefold Social Organism” as one now tries to do, then they
    • by which men even want to organize their social science, should
    • the first time the organization of finance which swamps every other
    • that the rights-state and the organism of the Spirit must be set
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • how, with the help of his organs of speech he was able to manifest the
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • the body and strengthen the speech organs; these are forces that, as
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • essential being that they can produce vowels, and the organs nearer to
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • how, with the help of his organs of speech he was able to manifest the
    • brought to expression through his larynx and his speech organs.
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • the body and strengthen the speech organs; these are forces that, as
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • essential being that they can produce vowels, and the organs nearer to
    • all imagined atomistically. The original idea was organic. There the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • up his physical organism. If you imagine physical death and compare it
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • up his physical organism. If you imagine physical death and compare it
  • 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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    • organically with the Christ-impulse. Thus the second thousand years
    • but as three parts flowing harmoniously into one organism, as if they
    • the world-Self, draw into our souls (which portion remains organically
    • then comes the form which consists of the organs of the senses; this
    • substances of which, for instance, our sense organs are woven, and the
    • organised into forms-not the soul element itself, but the form it
    • expressed for our own age. Our age must in an organised way unite that
    • and communicated them to his pupil as an organised unity.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • only re-acquire gradually by means of the spiritual organs which we
    • imagine Budhi as organised into independent, real, substantial forms,
    • through his organs of touch, by means of his hands and feet, by
    • works upon it, in a physical sense, by means of his organs of touch.
    • shapes of things; with our ears we perceive sounds; with our organ of
    • smell we sense perfumes; with our organs of taste we receive
    • particular part of the external world. The organs of sight perceive
    • and warmth through the organs of touch, and colours, light and
    • darkness through the organs of sight. Thus we speak of warm and cold
    • sense-organ, but takes our whole being as its instrument. To describe
    • sense-organs which belong to the physical body, but forces which
    • the warmth organ, which at the present day is to be found in a stunted
    • sense-organs and through their forces attaches itself to the external
    • development; the separate organs of sense reveal themselves
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • principle of a man's human organisation, that which most strongly
    • forces of the sense-organs, or Ahamkara and Manas, but the chief thing
    • higher principles of the human Organisation. He thus raises himself
  • 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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    • world with the organs of his etheric body, at any rate, under certain
    • physical organs. The old knowledge was acquired as we have just
    • organism, through the organisation of the etheric body, the old
    • upwards and sees how the nerves, which go through all the organs, are
    • organs and instruments of the physical body. In the Pauline Epistles
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • high spiritual beings who made use of his organs to express higher
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • physical world, and man only needs organs to be able to perceive them. I must
    • perfection of man standing before you, organised as he is, with the lesser
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • physical world, and man only needs organs to be able to perceive them. I must
    • perfection of man standing before you, organised as he is, with the lesser
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • as solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his organism.
    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • regarded as a state or condition of his organism, but not as an actual
    • processes in the purely liquid components of the human organism are
    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • the human organism as such. It is said: Yes, the human being draws in
    • the solid element as the only organizing factor and do not realize
    • organism, so the actual fluidity should not be thought of as so much
    • uniform fluid, but as being differentiated and organized — though
    • the air that is within us, in regard to its organization and its
    • differentiations, is an organism in the same sense as the solid organism,
    • delicately organized. As soon, however, as we begin to speak of the
    • fluid organism which fills the same space that is occupied by the
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
    • which permeates this fluid organism and fills it with forces. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • begin with, as a solid organism. This is the physical body.
    • We then come to consider the fluid organism, which cannot, of course,
    • be investigated in the same way as the solid organism, by dissection,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • that the solid or solid fluid organism — which is the sole object
    • of study today and is alone recognized by modern science as organic in
    • the organisms in the human constitution; that the existence of a fluid
    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • penetrate into this delicately organized constitution. Naturally, up
    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • of the fluid body, of everything that is fluid in the human organism;
    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • organic processes. Something is going on within us all the time, and
    • point us to our organism; the consciousness of dreamless sleep is, as
    • constitution, comprising as it does the fluid organism, the aeriform
    • organism, the warmth-organism and thus becoming by degrees more
    • concerned exclusively with the solid organism, and no account is taken
    • of the fact that man also has within him a fluid organism, an aeriform
    • organism, and a warmth-organism. If you picture to yourselves that as
    • well as the solid organism with its configuration into bones, muscles,
    • nerve-fibres and so forth, you also have a fluid organism and an
    • aeriform organism — though these are of course fluctuating and
    • inwardly mobile — and a warmth-organism, if you picture this you
    • enthusiasm has an effect upon the warmth organism. — There, you
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • beyond our organic life and pass over to activity that is liberated,
    • as it were, from organic processes, the more do we carry thoughts into
    • our actions and deeds. Sneezing is still entirely a matter of organic
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • our organic life. We accompany such actions with our thoughts,
    • into these material processes as an organizing force. Will can take
    • the rest of the living organism. Between birth and death we bear in
    • into us as semblance, and from the rest of our organism we pervade
    • different direction, rising up from parts of his organism other than
    • matter is destroyed: our limb-and-metabolic organism.
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • The physical organism of man is considered today to consist of more
    • man has within him as definite organisms, a fluid body, an air-body
    • and a warmth-body. — The connections of these organisms with the
    • the human organism prevailing today is unable to build any bridge between
    • theoretical ideas on the four organisms in man. — The materialistic
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • transformation of organisms. Rudolf Steiner's introductions and
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • transformation of organisms. Rudolf Steiner's introductions and
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • without bodily organs. There he perceived it with spiritual eyes and
    • was with his spiritual organs that he saw it before he entered the
    • he can perceive this lamb and this wolf with all the organs of
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • without bodily organs. There he perceived it with spiritual eyes and
    • was with his spiritual organs that he saw it before he entered the
    • he can perceive this lamb and this wolf with all the organs of
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • certain field of activity, moulding the finer organs, the brain, and
    • and Old Moon, the Earth was not only a living organism, but also a
    • spiritual being, a great organism permeated by spirit-and-soul. We do
    • the human organism. Instead of the fertilisation “from
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • out of the material processes in the human organism — out of processes
    • the Mind Soul; for only then does the external organisation of the
    • period of childhood, quite independently of the external organisation
    • accordance with the development of man's external organisation,
    • organisation. For a time it was necessary for man to be connected,
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • This is a kind of permanent organ whereby the remembrances of the last
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • realise the living, organic growth of the work. Remarks interpolated
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • own organization until it resembled the human. One could accept a
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • origin of specific members of the human organism.
    • Isis and Osiris were built into the human organism. But something
    • nerves exercised a certain influence on the organism. An organism in
    • All that belongs to the male or female organisms formed itself under
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 7
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    • Organism up to the Departure
    • on the sunny side, there was organized into this gas-mass something of
    • comprehensive sense-organ. When the moon withdrew, this transformation
    • being approached him, he could perceive it with this organ. Especially
    • could warmth and cold be perceived with it. This organ later shriveled
    • moved within the earth-mass, floating and swimming, using this organ
    • place in the head, and it was from there that this organ protruded
    • flower-form. He was illuminated from above by an organ that he carried
    • transformed light-organ. Attached to this was the spine, from which
    • This is the organ, the lantern, which at first was outside the human
    • body, and which then transformed itself into an inner organ in the
    • cartilage, and other organs such as heart and lungs, maintains its
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • the human organism. We have followed the organism from its beginning
    • light-organ, was entirely etheric, an illuminated air-form. Only the
    • must be quite clear that the higher organs, such as heart, lungs,
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • he perceived only by means of the organ described as the pineal gland.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • organ with which to satisfy this craving, the physical body. The
    • physical organs. Throughout this period he remains in kamaloka. Then
    • be satisfied only through physical organs. Then he enters into
    • an organ, of the entire spiritual world. As the hand, if it could
    • feel, would feel itself to be a member of the physical organism, so
    • In the course of human evolution, the various organs have developed
    • the organs had reached the level of the hips, certain structures and
    • etheric, astral, and ego work on it. In a certain way all the organs
    • hand. The ego gained predominance in the man-form. All the organs are
    • body and wholly permeated it, certain organs took form in man and in
    • organ may stem from the fact that an ego made its entry upon the
    • evolution. Certain organs are connected with this development: the
    • development. When the form of the lower organs still resembled the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • The Cosmic View of the Organs
    • of developing organs of vision in his higher bodies. Today man sees
    • no organs of perception in his astral body. As the eyes and ears have
    • formed themselves into physical organs of perception, so super-sensible
    • organs must be developed out of the higher members and assimilated
    • impressions, which shape and member it as the physical organs have
    • through these exercises. Thereby the super-sensible organs of vision
    • before man could use his organs of vision if they were imprinted only
    • combining intellect was being organized in man. At that time the
    • the fact that in the course of time man has organized the fourth
    • take part in this organizing of the ego. They could do only what they
    • course of evolution, he was so organized that he reacted far more
    • whole organization was such that he had fine instincts as to what was
    • world evolution, they knew precisely how the individual organs of the
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Contents
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    • Lecture 7 ... Evolutionary events in the human organism up to the
    • view of the organs and their coarsening in modern times.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • are organically and actively interwoven, but that in sleep the
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • permeates our organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel
    • organism is of the nature of will. That we are not aware of this
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland. These
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • are organically and actively interwoven, but that in sleep the
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • permeates our organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel
    • organism is of the nature of will. That we are not aware of this
    • around the organ known in anatomy as the pineal gland. These
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • organisation of bone, muscle, blood and so forth. No, he will learn to
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • organisation of bone, muscle, blood and so forth. No, he will learn to
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • psychic organization and leave us unfulfilled. Why are we met by such
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • psychic organization and leave us unfulfilled. Why are we met by such
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • of the human organism; that is, the vital organs. With this in mind, let us
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
    • stomach or other organs, and the time comes when man knows that he
    • pain. To be ill means that an organ has become selfish and is leading its
    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • reason why illness results from the selfishness of our organs. Today we
    • as the Atlantean period. Every single human organ would have been self-
    • organs. Someday these relations of the outer world with our organs will
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • other fruits are related to other organs.
    • Everything that enters the human organism is in some way related to it. If
    • organ would have felt an inordinate greed. The human being would have felt,
    • not the self-seeking organ only, but all the other organs also, striving
    • harmful to this or that organ; he would then recognize that he was
    • confronting something that gave a burnt out feeling to one of his organs.
    • element of the atmosphere is related to our organs. If we had become
    • for what satisfied one organ or another, or by terrible disgust for all that
    • this world if we had such physical organs that we were tossed to and fro
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • of the human organism; that is, the vital organs. With this in mind, let us
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
    • stomach or other organs, and the time comes when man knows that he
    • pain. To be ill means that an organ has become selfish and is leading its
    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • reason why illness results from the selfishness of our organs. Today we
    • as the Atlantean period. Every single human organ would have been self-
    • organs. Someday these relations of the outer world with our organs will
    • something enters with the cherries that is related to a particular organ;
    • other fruits are related to other organs.
    • Everything that enters the human organism is in some way related to it. If
    • organ would have felt an inordinate greed. The human being would have felt,
    • not the self-seeking organ only, but all the other organs also, striving
    • harmful to this or that organ; he would then recognize that he was
    • confronting something that gave a burnt out feeling to one of his organs.
    • element of the atmosphere is related to our organs. If we had become
    • for what satisfied one organ or another, or by terrible disgust for all that
    • this world if we had such physical organs that we were tossed to and fro
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
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  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • become that for which they were organized. Think of the vast quantity of
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • become that for which they were organized. Think of the vast quantity of
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • as physical body, in the maternal organism. With this physical body we
    • periphery of the organism — very little can be distinguished in
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • slips into the physical organs — primarily into those organs which
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • organism; others again into the heart, and through the heart into the
    • organs. Thus we see the whole astral body, which man brings with him
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • human organs; they cannot be truly understood unless we also
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • physical and etheric organs.
    • important organ which it is for man.
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • physical organs. The astral body more and more becomes a cloud of
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • as physical body, in the maternal organism. With this physical body we
    • periphery of the organism — very little can be distinguished in
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • slips into the physical organs — primarily into those organs which
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • organism; others again into the heart, and through the heart into the
    • organs. Thus we see the whole astral body, which man brings with him
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • human organs; they cannot be truly understood unless we also
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • physical and etheric organs.
    • important organ which it is for man.
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • physical organs. The astral body more and more becomes a cloud of
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  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • organism as a consequence of what was seen taking place during summer prove
    • forces are active within the human organism yet without an actual spatial
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • of the physical organization and forges an extra-terrestrial element into
    • but its activity in the bodily organization only commences about the
    • organism is the bearer of this super-sensible element from the commencement
    • upon the organism of the human body in a particular fashion. It is the member
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • bodily organization in such a way that the abilities, of which I have
    • human organism, prior to the advent of the fourth life period, and after it,
    • recent and highly important work: “The Genesis of Organisms, a Rebuttal
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    • organism as a consequence of what was seen taking place during summer prove
    • forces are active within the human organism yet without an actual spatial
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • of the physical organization and forges an extra-terrestrial element into
    • but its activity in the bodily organization only commences about the
    • organism is the bearer of this super-sensible element from the commencement
    • upon the organism of the human body in a particular fashion. It is the member
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • governing activity of the ego within the bodily organization does not
    • bodily organization in such a way that the abilities, of which I have
    • human organism, prior to the advent of the fourth life period, and after it,
    • recent and highly important work: “The Genesis of Organisms, a Rebuttal
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world, one must have sense organs for this soul world just as one has
    • sense organs for the material world. Like the body, which possesses
    • eyes and ears, the soul and the spirit must possess organs to perceive
    • can actually perceive the process of development of such soul organs
    • spiral formations become clearly organized. They become increasingly
    • defined, compact structures. Certain organs appear in the aura that
    • are called chakrams in esoteric language. These are the sense organs
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • to what extent the delicate soul organs are emerging. When human
    • understanding for fellowmen, the spiritual organ located in the
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world, one must have sense organs for this soul world just as one has
    • sense organs for the material world. Like the body, which possesses
    • eyes and ears, the soul and the spirit must possess organs to perceive
    • can actually perceive the process of development of such soul organs
    • spiral formations become clearly organized. They become increasingly
    • defined, compact structures. Certain organs appear in the aura that
    • are called chakrams in esoteric language. These are the sense organs
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • to what extent the delicate soul organs are emerging. When human
    • understanding for fellowmen, the spiritual organ located in the
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • organization of the human being is spiritually prepared during the
    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • existence. This spiritual organization continues to be active
    • visible. The outwardly visible aspect of this spiritual organization
    • organization when the human being attains a free physical existence
    • organization continues to be active in the human being throughout his
    • organization, the etheric organization (and therefore the body of
    • formative forces), and the physical organization. Of course in the
    • human being after birth the physical organization of the invisible
    • man is inserted into the other human physical organization, but in
    • the invisible man can lay hold of the physical organization.
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • organization (red), then the etheric organization (blue), and finally
    • we have the physical organization (white). This physical organization
    • the human organization. All currents, all effects of forces in this
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • into the etheric, and on into the physical organization (see arrow).
    • They then spread out in the physical organization. In the human
    • embryo, what we call here the physical organization of the invisible
    • human being after birth, however, the physical organization of the
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    • organization of the human being is spiritually prepared during the
    • organization before the human being enters with his ego into earthly
    • existence. This spiritual organization continues to be active
    • visible. The outwardly visible aspect of this spiritual organization
    • organization when the human being attains a free physical existence
    • organization continues to be active in the human being throughout his
    • organization, the etheric organization (and therefore the body of
    • formative forces), and the physical organization. Of course in the
    • human being after birth the physical organization of the invisible
    • man is inserted into the other human physical organization, but in
    • the invisible man can lay hold of the physical organization.
    • have first the ego organization (yellow); then we have the astral
    • organization (red), then the etheric organization (blue), and finally
    • we have the physical organization (white). This physical organization
    • the human organization. All currents, all effects of forces in this
    • invisible man proceed from the ego organization into the astral, then
    • into the etheric, and on into the physical organization (see arrow).
    • They then spread out in the physical organization. In the human
    • embryo, what we call here the physical organization of the invisible
    • human being after birth, however, the physical organization of the
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    • the way our soul-spiritual being prepares the bodily organization and
    • these experiences as a member of the whole organism of the earth. Too,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • the way our soul-spiritual being prepares the bodily organization and
    • these experiences as a member of the whole organism of the earth. Too,
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • organism that spiritual training and development are instituted; for, as has
    • incapable of egotism. A member of an organism never imagines itself
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    • organism that spiritual training and development are instituted; for, as has
    • incapable of egotism. A member of an organism never imagines itself
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    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • organs while we are outside — until we re-awaken. And what is more,
    • caring for the organs which are assigned to the etheric body. As to
    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • Hierarchy — Kyriotetes, Dynamis and Exusiai. Lastly, the organs
    • being of man, entering into the organs of speech and song. Never
    • should we be able to speak through these organs if they were not
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    • inner organs which are the organs of respiration, and with our Ego we
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • organs while we are outside — until we re-awaken. And what is more,
    • caring for the organs which are assigned to the etheric body. As to
    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • Hierarchy — Kyriotetes, Dynamis and Exusiai. Lastly, the organs
    • being of man, entering into the organs of speech and song. Never
    • should we be able to speak through these organs if they were not
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    • the in-streaming oxygen is a kind of poison to the organism — a
    • lower organisms.
    • to originate in an organism. If we follow the development of the human
    • principle which calls the inorganic materials into life, which,
    • are of so sensitive an organization that they “respond” to
    • etheric body changes the inorganic substances into vital fluids, and
    • organized. This first nervous system is the so-called sympathetic
    • to different parts, such as the lungs, the digestive organs, and so
    • then leads to those organs through which connection is set up with the
    • The inorganic, neutral, physical forces;
    • of his inner organs; but in earlier times this was otherwise. There
    • organism of man survives when strange blood comes in contact with
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    • the in-streaming oxygen is a kind of poison to the organism — a
    • lower organisms.
    • to originate in an organism. If we follow the development of the human
    • principle which calls the inorganic materials into life, which,
    • are of so sensitive an organization that they “respond” to
    • etheric body changes the inorganic substances into vital fluids, and
    • organized. This first nervous system is the so-called sympathetic
    • to different parts, such as the lungs, the digestive organs, and so
    • then leads to those organs through which connection is set up with the
    • The inorganic, neutral, physical forces;
    • of his inner organs; but in earlier times this was otherwise. There
    • organism of man survives when strange blood comes in contact with
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    • organic illnesses in a most deceptive way. Gastric disturbances are an
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    • organic illnesses in a most deceptive way. Gastric disturbances are an
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    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • in the substance. Thus man also takes into his organism these processes,
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • the human organism, can only be understood if one attains a
    • organism, or with which we treat the human organism, continues to work
    • in that organism.
    • the living being, but at the corpse; here and there a piece of the organism
    • other relationships, then, as at night all cows are grey, all organs are the
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • inwardly the limbs are organically connected with the metabolic organs.
    • continued inwardly into the metabolic organs and, similarly, how the
    • in the limbs and the attached metabolic organs.
    • primarily in the head, but it extends over the entire organism. The head
    • organization spreads out through the entire organism. Similarly, the
    • organism. Spatially speaking the human being is entirely metabolic-limb
    • system, were not organized as it is, then we could never have typhoid
    • fever. If our lower body were not organized as it is, we could never have
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • in another organ system.
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
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    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • in the substance. Thus man also takes into his organism these processes,
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • the human organism, can only be understood if one attains a
    • organism, or with which we treat the human organism, continues to work
    • in that organism.
    • the living being, but at the corpse; here and there a piece of the organism
    • other relationships, then, as at night all cows are grey, all organs are the
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • inwardly the limbs are organically connected with the metabolic organs.
    • continued inwardly into the metabolic organs and, similarly, how the
    • in the limbs and the attached metabolic organs.
    • primarily in the head, but it extends over the entire organism. The head
    • organization spreads out through the entire organism. Similarly, the
    • organism. Spatially speaking the human being is entirely metabolic-limb
    • system, were not organized as it is, then we could never have typhoid
    • fever. If our lower body were not organized as it is, we could never have
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • in another organ system.
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
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    • organism and a watch is often used, but those who make it frequently
    • organism that are withdrawn from our consciousness become ever more
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    • organism and a watch is often used, but those who make it frequently
    • organism that are withdrawn from our consciousness become ever more
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the whole organism is so arranged that they assume this attitude by
    • — all his bodily organs: larynx, tongue, throat, etc., and indeed
    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • Christ-Being who henceforward permeated the bodily organs of man, man
    • once more the organs of the human body in so far as those organs come
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    • the whole organism is so arranged that they assume this attitude by
    • — all his bodily organs: larynx, tongue, throat, etc., and indeed
    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • Christ-Being who henceforward permeated the bodily organs of man, man
    • once more the organs of the human body in so far as those organs come
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    • delicately organized for his soul to feel pain when he sees other
    • is true that more delicately organized natures feel pain at the
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    • delicately organized for his soul to feel pain when he sees other
    • is true that more delicately organized natures feel pain at the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • organism if they do not function properly. Our freedom can be
    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • that their organisms store and they therefore must take care to
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • animalistic organism, and then simply see to it that the organism
    • his organism.
    • science. Otherwise, one could simply state that the human organism
    • question of how these four members of man's organism react to the
    • organism by producing proteins, carbohydrates, etc. Conversely, the
    • within the organism as a result of protein. Inner light is produced
    • within the organism as a result of processes involving fats,
    • his organism. Plant food does not combine much fat. The human
    • organism, which is able to produce fats, is thus required to
    • organism.
    • organism, since the animal also possesses an astral body. Even
    • synthesized substances of its physical body the human organism
    • that are harmonized within men, and its whole organism is
    • structure of substances is so organized in the animal kingdom that
    • the world through our organism and must again rise above it by
    • on the organism. Coffee is an example. The effect of coffee becomes
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    • organism if they do not function properly. Our freedom can be
    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • that their organisms store and they therefore must take care to
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • animalistic organism, and then simply see to it that the organism
    • his organism.
    • science. Otherwise, one could simply state that the human organism
    • question of how these four members of man's organism react to the
    • organism by producing proteins, carbohydrates, etc. Conversely, the
    • within the organism as a result of protein. Inner light is produced
    • within the organism as a result of processes involving fats,
    • his organism. Plant food does not combine much fat. The human
    • organism, which is able to produce fats, is thus required to
    • organism.
    • organism, since the animal also possesses an astral body. Even
    • synthesized substances of its physical body the human organism
    • that are harmonized within men, and its whole organism is
    • structure of substances is so organized in the animal kingdom that
    • the world through our organism and must again rise above it by
    • on the organism. Coffee is an example. The effect of coffee becomes
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    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
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    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of Spiritual Research For Moral Action
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    • be something on its own, independent of the entire human organism to
    • without the whole organism.
    • however, just as little as is the finger without the whole organism. The
    • finger on our organism. The science that believes our earth is a glowing
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • white corpuscles. These can only develop in the entire human organism
    • are for the human being we human beings are for the organism of the
    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • as we do not acknowledge the spiritual members of this earth organism.”
    • When a process of infection arises in the human organism, the entire
    • organism is seized by fever, by illness. If we translate this into terms
    • applicable to the earth organism we can say that what occultism
    • amounts to the same thing for the whole earth organism as a little
    • festering boil on the human body, which makes the whole organism sick.
    • sense. It is well-founded. The whole organism of the earth suffers from
    • whole earth and make the earth organism ill, and experience would show
    • be sick if the whole organism became sick, man would do what is necessary
    • embedded within the total organism of the earth and has no business being
    • do steal I shall make sick the entire organism without which I cannot live.
    • only for the organism but also for myself.”
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    • be something on its own, independent of the entire human organism to
    • without the whole organism.
    • however, just as little as is the finger without the whole organism. The
    • finger on our organism. The science that believes our earth is a glowing
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • white corpuscles. These can only develop in the entire human organism
    • are for the human being we human beings are for the organism of the
    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • as we do not acknowledge the spiritual members of this earth organism.”
    • When a process of infection arises in the human organism, the entire
    • organism is seized by fever, by illness. If we translate this into terms
    • applicable to the earth organism we can say that what occultism
    • amounts to the same thing for the whole earth organism as a little
    • festering boil on the human body, which makes the whole organism sick.
    • sense. It is well-founded. The whole organism of the earth suffers from
    • whole earth and make the earth organism ill, and experience would show
    • be sick if the whole organism became sick, man would do what is necessary
    • embedded within the total organism of the earth and has no business being
    • do steal I shall make sick the entire organism without which I cannot live.
    • only for the organism but also for myself.”
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    • merely confined, let us say, to our jaws or their neighboring organs, but
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • still happens today — the forces that create organs in the physical body
    • the earth's whole solar system work at organizing the human being.
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • put into our organism from out of the forces of the planet and the
    • release what we have put into the organism in this way, before twenty-
    • effect on our organism. And when I told you today that memory is the
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • and organizes his body. The same force which enables us to take an
    • Social Organism” had to happen. We had to show in a radical way that
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    • merely confined, let us say, to our jaws or their neighboring organs, but
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • still happens today — the forces that create organs in the physical body
    • the earth's whole solar system work at organizing the human being.
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • put into our organism from out of the forces of the planet and the
    • release what we have put into the organism in this way, before twenty-
    • effect on our organism. And when I told you today that memory is the
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • and organizes his body. The same force which enables us to take an
    • Social Organism” had to happen. We had to show in a radical way that
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    • of so arranging the social order, the structure, the organization of
    • is organized from outside. This must go; it is only possible to
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the English-speaking people of today. They are organized for the
    • the whole world is organized by underlying principles so that one
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    • of so arranging the social order, the structure, the organization of
    • is organized from outside. This must go; it is only possible to
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the English-speaking people of today. They are organized for the
    • the whole world is organized by underlying principles so that one
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    • towards the threefold membering of a healthy social organism was
    • influence, remained separate on the surface but without any organic
    • heard by the appropriate organs of hearing. And the process of
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    • towards the threefold membering of a healthy social organism was
    • influence, remained separate on the surface but without any organic
    • heard by the appropriate organs of hearing. And the process of
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    • identical with the mineral kingdom and the whole of inorganic nature.
    • therefore: man shares the physical body in common with inorganic
    • highly organized than the highest animals of to-day, but had not
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
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    • identical with the mineral kingdom and the whole of inorganic nature.
    • therefore: man shares the physical body in common with inorganic
    • highly organized than the highest animals of to-day, but had not
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
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    • purely organic activity, neither pervaded with soul nor illumined by
    • spirit, it follows that the will as such has to do with this organic
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • organic activity.
    • more with the organs and arising in us through smell or taste or
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • permeates our limbs, our entire organism. The most that can be said is
    • consciousness of what lies in the will that works in our organism
    • have the counterbalance of our organic activity in the very forces
    • its right place, namely as the regulator of organic activity during
    • of the senses? I We have spoken of organic activity, activity of the
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • that which infused Love into the living organism, guiding Eros through
    • subconsciousness, into purely organic activity and even into
    • sub-organic activity, must once again be lifted into the light of
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    • purely organic activity, neither pervaded with soul nor illumined by
    • spirit, it follows that the will as such has to do with this organic
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • organic activity.
    • more with the organs and arising in us through smell or taste or
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • permeates our limbs, our entire organism. The most that can be said is
    • consciousness of what lies in the will that works in our organism
    • have the counterbalance of our organic activity in the very forces
    • its right place, namely as the regulator of organic activity during
    • of the senses? I We have spoken of organic activity, activity of the
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • that which infused Love into the living organism, guiding Eros through
    • subconsciousness, into purely organic activity and even into
    • sub-organic activity, must once again be lifted into the light of
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    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • have no sort of connection with what rises up out of his organism, out
    • organisation; he would suffer grievous harm.
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • human organisation functions when the will pulsates in it. We see what
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
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    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • inwardly. This is true in the realm of the inorganic, from physics up to
    • astronomy, as well as in the realm of the organic, and in spite of the
    • have no sort of connection with what rises up out of his organism, out
    • organisation; he would suffer grievous harm.
    • down into the whole organic life. The experience is different in each
    • human organisation functions when the will pulsates in it. We see what
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
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    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • organs. Gazing at the statue of the god, his whole heart cried out:
    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
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    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • organs. Gazing at the statue of the god, his whole heart cried out:
    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
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    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • organization of the plant, and that it is the very simplest thing that
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    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • organization of the plant, and that it is the very simplest thing that
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    • organization, a Form, in which the Christianity of the Sixth Root Race
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    • organization, a Form, in which the Christianity of the Sixth Root Race
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    • metabolic-limb organisation; relation to world of feeling. The images
    • of the members of man's being bound up with the physical organisation.
    • organisation. The interplay of the spiritual and the bodily in memory
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    • organs exist, such as the organs of sight, of hearing, and so on. This
    • Although to begin with it is more difficult to point to an organ for
    • actually is, compared with the whole of our organic experience, to
    • sight we realise at once, simply by observing its organ, the eye, how
    • the ego-sense; but those whose whole organisation tends more towards
    • are. Our sense of life is that general perception of how our organs
    • always a change in our whole organic structure. Our reaction is an
    • organic change within us. Thus we have actually something objective in
    • organs, but that we must analyse them according to their field of
    • organ exists for the word-sense; only its field has not been
    • in some of the other organs, but once the foodstuffs are in the
    • The entire man develops throughout his organism the sense of smell,
    • process of tasting goes through the entire organism, one is no longer
    • a world-process. You cannot separate what goes on in your organism
    • of word-perception as a similar sphere. Only try to organise the
    • organ of so specific a nature, but this does not justify us in
    • perceptible physical organs. If we do that it will be a very long time
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    • large extent it is bound up with organic conditions, and how it then
    • the head-organisation — that is, from the nerve-senses
    • organisation — and thus from experiences arising out of
    • out of the rest of the organism. And if one pursues this study
    • represents a metamorphosis of the human being's organic structure,
    • apart from the head organisation, in an earlier earth-life. Thus what
    • depends primarily on how we are able to maintain in a well-organised
    • through organising and maintaining a new organism.
    • through his head-organisation. Why does he do that? You have only to
    • look at the human head-organisation with understanding to say why.
    • You see, the head-organisation makes its appearance comparatively
    • organisation are added. Embryology furnishes definite proof of what
    • head-organisation. To begin with, it is so fashioned as to be the most
    • perfect part of the human organisation taken as a whole. Well, perhaps
    • the way we are related to the rest of our organism. We are aware of
    • the rest of our organism in quite a different way from the way we are
    • own soul-life. We have far more organic consciousness of the whole of
    • the rest of our organism than we have of our head. Our head is really
    • the part of us that is obliterated within our organisation.
    • our organism with the world, first of all through the way the brain is
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    • the organs of the physical body here within the physical world. We
    • all those forces which, working in from the Cosmos, organise our own
    • our friends at a General Meeting in Berlin about the physical organism
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
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    • the organs of the physical body here within the physical world. We
    • all those forces which, working in from the Cosmos, organise our own
    • our friends at a General Meeting in Berlin about the physical organism
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
  • 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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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • to an organism having its ego in the centre; this ego includes all
    • out the being of the earth, and belong to the whole organism of the
    • clairvoyant consciousness; and his organism was such that he could
    • live in that earth-sun body. Today he is so organized that, when a
  • 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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    • organs to be able to perceive external objects. These had existed
    • objects by them. Upon the ancient Moon man possessed organs which
    • acted like a sting, stinging the sense organs to activity; thus Osiris
  • 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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    • time the forces of man's bone structure were organized, but the bones
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • This was made possible through an organ which he possessed at that
    • You will have heard that within the human brain there is an organ
    • open outwardly; it was an organ of force, and sent forth rays. Man
    • different degrees of warmth. It was the first universal sense organ.
    • it was an organ of warmth, and could in fact perceive not only in its
    • This organ, which closed when the other senses opened, was in certain
    • ancient periods an organ of fertilization, so that sense-perception
    • and fertilization were associated at one time. Through this organ man
    • caused this organ to shine. There actually were periods (and certain
    • The various organs were differentiated gradually, and very gradually
    • atmosphere that stimulated the organ of self-consciousness. On the
    • other hand, there was another organ which was specially stimulated
    • called the pituitary body. Today this organ has no particular duty,
    • voluntary depended on the other organ, the pineal gland.
    • influence him through his sense organs, and he reached a position
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • mighty wisdom. In all the other human organs, and indeed in all the
    • We see the plant fixed in the ground by its roots, that is, the organ
    • we see how it turns its organs of reproduction to the sun and absorbs
    • have a man; his reproductive organs are turned to the centre of the
    • at one time from out the general perception of warmth by the organ
  • 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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  • 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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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • men will organize themselves voluntarily. They will say: One must do
    • detail will take place; work will be so organized that a holder of
    • organization was necessary.
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    • organisation of his teachings. He considered it his task to instruct
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • as we absorb and work up in our physical organism
    • organism, as an inviolable sanctuary that should
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • as we absorb and work up in our physical organism
    • organism, as an inviolable sanctuary that should
  • Title: Riddle of Humanity: Contents
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    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
    • discoveries and the human physical organisation. Collisions between
    • The reorganisation of the seven life processes by Luciferic and
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    • order on which the seven members of our organism are based. In earlier
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    • to make use of the organs in his head. And we have considered the
    • organisation is more Uranian, whereas in the case of other
    • individuals, their organisation is more terrestrial, Gaian. During the
    • What, then, is going on in the human being, in the human organisation,
    • on by forces that stream to it from the rest of the organism. There
    • are also forces that flow from the head to the rest of the organism,
    • the head and the head adapts to the bodily organisation. With regard
    • is that the head becomes adapted to the bodily organisation. This
    • welling-up of the rest of the organisation into the head is what is
    • organism, into the body; now the body adapts to the head. The
    • resultant total revolution in the organism is very interesting to
    • sexual being. To begin with, what turns the organs that are simply
    • heavenly or earthly into sexual organs, comes from the head; and that
    • is spirit. The physical organs are not even intended for sexuality
    • contrary, the organs are adapted to the heavenly sphere in one case,
    • very easily happen if the world were not organised so that, to begin
    • organised like this? — thus one might question. All of us have
    • Let us suppose that we had been born with a different organisation. As
    • organised like this; we could not live a succession of lives on earth.
    • organism, but after death that does not matter — after death it
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    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
    • the rest of the organism — not totally, but more or less, as in
    • what is a part of the rest of the organism, or is connected with that.
    • organ that comes into consideration. And the consciousness of truth
    • organism, for aesthetic experience arises either when the head dreams
    • about what is going on in the rest of the organism, or when the rest
    • of the organism dreams about what is going on in the head. These are
    • of the organism. In the case of lesser aesthetic pleasures, the head
    • rest of the organism is all the more intensive when these are not at
    • rest of the organism in the same way as they are from the head.
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    • plane. Just as our physical organism connects us to the forces of the
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    • the very powers that transform our organism after death. That is to
    • person acquires is the transformation of the organism, exclusive of
    • organism into a head during the passage from death to a new birth. The
    • organism. With the exception of what we use to take hold of the
    • becomes the power that will transform our organism. In a certain
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    • were the senses of Old Moon. At that period the sense organs were much
    • lie still more deeply embedded in the human organism. This sense
    • sense manifests itself indistinctly from within the human organism.
    • collaboration of all the bodily organs expresses itself through the
    • whole organism. Having a sense of movement, on the other hand, means
    • organism.
    • bounds of the organism. If you touch something, you have collided with
    • happens, happens within the boundaries of your organism. You can touch
    • sense. At the appropriate time we will discuss the sense organ for the
    • ego sense in the same way that we could discuss the sense organs of
    • has its own particular organ.
    • sense particularises and differentiates my organism. There is a real
    • organs of hearing, at least principally so, but it needs more besides
    • — hearing involves much more of the organism than just the ear,
    • organism. But life pulsates through the whole organism, and this life
    • organism must enter into a breathing relationship with the external
    • becomes part of our organism. The process of elimination does not just
    • the processes by which organs of secretion deal with our nourishment.
    • One part of the secretion performed by organs of digestion separates
    • out nutriments by sending them into the organism. Whatever is thus
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    • The physical organs associated with the senses are more like the
    • organism than just the ears. A tone lives in much more of the organism
    • organs and with the life forces they continuously send streaming
    • through the entire organism. It follows that the relationship between
    • the sense-zones and the vital organs has a manifold influence on a
    • on in the life processes and their central organs. Remember how we
    • human being. They are stabilised through being organised around a
    • particular physical organ: the sense of sight around the eyes —
    • organism as one of the lesser senses, but over there it has the
    • earthly perception to the internal world of the organism. But when we
    • is high in the spiritual world, for what lives in our organism is a
    • there we live and weave, spiritually preparing our organism for the
    • next earthly incarnation. Everything in our physical organism that is
    • human organism. To picture this, imagine that
    • in the example from inorganic nature, only intensified to the point of
    • being grotesque and uncanny. And the present organic example of the
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    • precisely the lower organs and functions that reflect higher
    • the inner being of the organism as the shadowy reflections of
    • the whole organism and circulate through the individual sense-zones,
    • Now we also have said that our sense organs were more like vital
    • organs during Old Moon. There they functioned more as vital organs,
    • whereas the organs that are now vital organs were essentially more
    • sustained by the human organisation in its present, earthly form. The
    • earthly, human organisation adapts to such visions in a way that is
    • organisation can respond. This only happens because the earthly
    • organisation cannot tolerate this vision with which it is more or less
    • organism in its present state.
    • in order for that to happen. For then our modern sense organs acquire
    • our vital organs. The forces of sympathy and antipathy flow strongly
    • through our vital organs. Now just consider how much of our whole life
    • antipathy, powers that are otherwise developed in the life organs,
    • once more begin to pour into the sense organs. The eye not only sees
    • sense organs regain the capacity to receive and be permeated by the
    • life forces. So we can say: in this way the sense organs are brought
    • human organism; they establish connections with each other. Breathing,
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    • present-day humanity is organised so as to fall into this way of
    • that are to be found in the mineral realm; they are simply organised
    • organs ... and so on. The person who created this way of thinking
    • about the social organism was named Schaffle
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    • earthly memory. In order for our organism to be able to develop
    • memory, we have had to become a part of the organism of the earth,
    • At that time we were much more a member of the whole organism of the
    • mineral forces at work in the physical organism of the Earth. In that
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    • discoveries and the human physical organisation. Collisions between
    • head, where the principal representatives of the sense organs come
    • sense organism, this part here, which has been allocated to one sign,
    • out of what at present is manifest as the organs of speech, the larynx
    • disposition to become organs of speech? Do not the hands and arms
    • being, as sense organs within the head? Only those who have no inkling
    • the sense of touch, as the organ of touch. Our human knees, with their
    • touch in our next incarnation; then it will the organ of touch for the
    • organism the very same thing that is the object of present-day human
    • organism. All the mechanical devices men have ever discovered or will
    • be found in the human organism. A human being only lacks the things
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    • organs of perception that belong to these senses.’ Since there
    • are no apparent organs to be found for perception of another's
    • Is there really an organ for the  I  sense, for the
    • So now the question arises: What is the organ for perceiving another
    •  I ? What is our organ for perceiving an
    • perceive tones? What organ perceives the  I  of
    • another? There is indeed an organ for perceiving an
    •  I , just as there are organs for perceiving colours
    • and tones. But the organ for perceiving an  I  only
    • entire body an organ of perception. So the whole perceptible, physical
    • form of a human being really does function as an organ of perception,
    • the organ for perceiving the  I  of another. In a
    • is the organ for perceiving another's  I . The
    • entire, immobile human being is the organ for perceiving an
    • the head as a kind of central point. The organ for perceiving another
    •  I  is thus the largest of our organs of perception;
    • organs of perception.
    • Now we come to the sense of thought. What is the organ for perceiving
    • 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
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    • The reorganisation of the seven life processes by Luciferic and
    • we not only breathe, we consume our organism. And we experience this
    • a given period of time, and the consumption of our organism associated
    • Because of ahrimanic influences in our organism, things are burnt up
    • stored away in our organism as virtually foreign matter. The most
    • organism as virtually foreign matter, can also be traced to ahrimanic
    • belong in this category. We harden our organism during the course of
    • organic well-being. We only cease to experience it as a feeling of
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    • self-contained organism. We know that at night when he sleeps, man's
    • etheric bodies and preserve the structure of his organism.
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    • members of a great organism extending to Abraham. When you are told:
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    • outside the maternal organism; he watches the growth of the outer
    • nature which we bring with us from a former life enters and organizes
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    • seen in the animal species in whom the organs pertaining to the heart
    • In animals we see beings whose lower organization makes them rank
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    • organism, of a great living complex, extending as far back as Father
    • racial organism extending back to Father Abraham. I am a part of the
    • transient and fleeting. But this great organism of my people,
    • of imparting themselves to his organism. I believe that many a
    • taste like wine and to have the effect of wine upon his organism. More
    • this accord with the rest, so as to form an organic whole? Tomorrow it
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    • his whole bodily organization, so that when he returned once more to
    • rest of the human organism were so perfect at the beginning of Earth's
    • the body. Far greater is this command over the bodily organization
    • human being for the outer organs of sense? Speaking superficially, his
    • her inner organism reverted to the condition of the feminine organism
    • Nazareth became Virgin (due to the transformation of her inner organs
    • an organ sensitive to light — an eye.’ The eye is created by the
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    • whole organism of his people; he became as Nathanael, and we have seen
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    • felt himself to be the member of an organism. He felt currents flowing
    • human brain which are the instrument and organ of scientific thought
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    • organs, but these were in embryonic form and only gradually hardened;
    • have a symbol of all the forces by which man has been organized during
    • not borne the full term within the maternal organism. He had descended
    • of others as those of a great organism to which we too belong; and we
    • organism, when it is drunk. For this reason he understood that with a
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    • move their speech organs. Before that, when they could not yet talk,
    • must always move some organs. From mere fidgeting the child must
    • progress to regular movements, carried out by the speech organs in
    • “sculpt” the brain. The organs the child moves carry
    • with the brain through nerves and through other organs. This L
    • the organs the child activates through observation are at work here
    • other sense organs perceive what takes place in the world around
    • through their eyes or any other organ, especially the ears. In other
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    • move their speech organs. Before that, when they could not yet talk,
    • must always move some organs. From mere fidgeting the child must
    • progress to regular movements, carried out by the speech organs in
    • “sculpt” the brain. The organs the child moves carry
    • with the brain through nerves and through other organs. This L
    • the organs the child activates through observation are at work here
    • other sense organs perceive what takes place in the world around
    • through their eyes or any other organ, especially the ears. In other
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    • THE SENSE-ORGANS
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • man has been given in his lower organs and his lower activities a
    • with the senses which serve the bodily organism only in an internal
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • said that during the Old Moon period our present sense-organs were
    • 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
    • occur in the present earthly organisation of the human being in such
    • organisation in a way that is inappropriate for them as Moon visions.
    • period and does things as they are done with an earthly organism,
    • organism cannot cope with the vision, is in a sense impregnated by
    • a vision on someone made ill by it. If the physical organism is so
    • period, and yet to adapt this behaviour to his present organism.
    • sense-organs which today is possessed only to this degree by the
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • 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
    • are not separate as in the present organism, but set up a kind of
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    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • man has been given in his lower organs and his lower activities a
    • with the senses which serve the bodily organism only in an internal
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • said that during the Old Moon period our present sense-organs were
    • 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
    • occur in the present earthly organisation of the human being in such
    • organisation in a way that is inappropriate for them as Moon visions.
    • period and does things as they are done with an earthly organism,
    • organism cannot cope with the vision, is in a sense impregnated by
    • a vision on someone made ill by it. If the physical organism is so
    • period, and yet to adapt this behaviour to his present organism.
    • sense-organs which today is possessed only to this degree by the
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • 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
    • are not separate as in the present organism, but set up a kind of
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    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • way. The human organism has a “man in the middle,” with
    • with his organism — he thinks: There inside is the organism,
    • activities of the human organism.
    • social organism, too, can be healthy only when the three elements work
    • organism will be just as impossible as if man wanted to consist only
    • all the powers of the social organism if we are to create a healthy
    • organism.
    • is false if the legal organisation intervenes in the initiatives
    • system and must be organised cooperatively, in a way that is
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    • A real understanding of the social organism will be achieved only when
    • way. The human organism has a “man in the middle,” with
    • with his organism — he thinks: There inside is the organism,
    • activities of the human organism.
    • social organism, too, can be healthy only when the three elements work
    • organism will be just as impossible as if man wanted to consist only
    • all the powers of the social organism if we are to create a healthy
    • organism.
    • is false if the legal organisation intervenes in the initiatives
    • system and must be organised cooperatively, in a way that is
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    • the head, the organs of the breast system, and the organs of the
    • the system and organisation of the limbs. Relatively speaking, these
    • three systems of the human organism are independent one of another.
    • In this connection it has to be an organ of the rhythmic system, hence
    • organism, and they indicate a knowledge of the inner being of Man.
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    • the head, the organs of the breast system, and the organs of the
    • the system and organisation of the limbs. Relatively speaking, these
    • three systems of the human organism are independent one of another.
    • In this connection it has to be an organ of the rhythmic system, hence
    • organism, and they indicate a knowledge of the inner being of Man.
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    • interplay between these Moon forces and the Sun forces. The organism
    • their own forces within the human organism, there would be nothing but
    • head-organisation. The Sun forces work within the organism as well,
    • when they are introduced into his organism either through eating or
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • directions of cosmic space are also working in the human organism. The
    • the part of the organism that is encircled and permeated by the
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • influences working upon that part of the human organism which lies
    • which the astral body is membered into the whole human organism. The
    • properly connected with his physical organisation. This lies at the
    • the organism as a whole through the nervous system, so is Jupiter
    • of the astral body in the human organism, with the faculty of thinking
    • forces work in the part of the human organism that lies below the
    • human organism. The working of the astral body in the breathing and
    • circulatory functions of the human organism is regulated by Mercury.
    • human organism. Because this is so, the Mercury forces intervene, as
    • Then we come again to the Moon. The Moon forces in the human organism
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    • interplay between these Moon forces and the Sun forces. The organism
    • their own forces within the human organism, there would be nothing but
    • head-organisation. The Sun forces work within the organism as well,
    • when they are introduced into his organism either through eating or
    • drinking. But within the organism they are received into the realm of
    • directions of cosmic space are also working in the human organism. The
    • the part of the organism that is encircled and permeated by the
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • influences working upon that part of the human organism which lies
    • which the astral body is membered into the whole human organism. The
    • properly connected with his physical organisation. This lies at the
    • the organism as a whole through the nervous system, so is Jupiter
    • of the astral body in the human organism, with the faculty of thinking
    • forces work in the part of the human organism that lies below the
    • human organism. The working of the astral body in the breathing and
    • circulatory functions of the human organism is regulated by Mercury.
    • human organism. Because this is so, the Mercury forces intervene, as
    • Then we come again to the Moon. The Moon forces in the human organism
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    • des Menschlichen Organismus
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ
    • ear. And now once more: Above the thigh we have the inner organs, the
    • abdominal organs. The cochlea within the ear is none other than
    • a beautiful, elaborate metamorphosis of these inner organs. And so you
    • organs are comparatively small appendages. Now — if it only
    • spiritual and pre-earthly existence. In our lower human organisation
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • comes into being, we can always tell, of any system of organs, how its
    • again into a head-organisation. The way you move here upon Earth
    • head-organisation in the Spirit, to become an actual head once more in
    • It is only here on Earth that we adapt our organs of speech to human
    • speech. Out of this Cosmic speech our whole organ of speech and song
    • and orientation in space, so do we transform the organ of speech and
    • With the organ of speech there is an intermediate position.
    • forms our larynx and all our organs of speech and song. We only forget
    • hold of him. An organ like the human eye or ear has in fact been
    • and so forth: all this is sense-perception; and the organs for this
    • organism, are formed and built out of the highest Spiritual regions.
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    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ
    • ear. And now once more: Above the thigh we have the inner organs, the
    • abdominal organs. The cochlea within the ear is none other than
    • a beautiful, elaborate metamorphosis of these inner organs. And so you
    • organs are comparatively small appendages. Now — if it only
    • spiritual and pre-earthly existence. In our lower human organisation
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • comes into being, we can always tell, of any system of organs, how its
    • again into a head-organisation. The way you move here upon Earth
    • head-organisation in the Spirit, to become an actual head once more in
    • It is only here on Earth that we adapt our organs of speech to human
    • speech. Out of this Cosmic speech our whole organ of speech and song
    • and orientation in space, so do we transform the organ of speech and
    • With the organ of speech there is an intermediate position.
    • forms our larynx and all our organs of speech and song. We only forget
    • hold of him. An organ like the human eye or ear has in fact been
    • and so forth: all this is sense-perception; and the organs for this
    • organism, are formed and built out of the highest Spiritual regions.
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    • elements in the human organism at puberty. If young people are rightly
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
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    • elements in the human organism at puberty. If young people are rightly
    • certainly quite unnecessary to begin to organize educational homes in
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    • the world in such a way that their deeds are hidden in social organizations
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    • the world in such a way that their deeds are hidden in social organizations
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    • Published as part of Spiritual Relations in the Human Organism and
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
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    • Menschlichen Organismus.
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    • organized. Among them exist strong international ties. The enemies of
    • Anthroposophical work are as well organized as our
    • badly organized! This is something we have yet to realize.
    • moved along, at the same time, an increasingly badly organized
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    • in their organism to distribute properly the nourishing effect of the
    • food in their organism. And mankind will be afflicted with significant
    • constitute our inner organism. To be sure, we are not spread out into
    • our physical organism during the day, stimulated by the movement of
    • strength at all to control and vitalize his physical organism at all
    • night. The human soul, the astral organism, and the ego being, leave
    • woman, but rather the organization of his head, and what is connected
    • with the organization of his head from without, from the cosmos, if
    • our soul-spirit organism works its way into our physical and our
    • etheric organism. Prior to this time there has been no decision made
    • mother, afford. What is being woven there in the organism descends to
    • own etheric organism — since there is no longer a necessity to do
    • heredity. Now he draws together his etheric organism; and, together
    • physical body, in the form of astral body and ego organization,
    • are to weave our future physical organism in its spirit-germ, this
    • physical organism would turn out to be a monstrosity. For a certain
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    • Organisms are healthy and become sick in accordance with identical
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    • We can see from the organization and development of the Persian
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • not in any way qualified for the task of organizing States. This
    • its civilization to carry the outer form of organization out on to the
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    • We can see from the organization and development of the Persian
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • not in any way qualified for the task of organizing States. This
    • its civilization to carry the outer form of organization out on to the
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    • organs, in his nervous and glandular systems, in his internal organs
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    • learn about the human organism, until he arrives at the point where he
    • cosmic picture of the human skin with the sense-organs. If you take
    • the skin of a human being, including with it the sense-organs, and
    • sense-organs. That, then, is the first thing. We discover a connection
    • archetypal picture of the human skin and sense-organs is found by
    • blood flows. When we come to an organ — to heart or lung, or to
    • organs which take into themselves either something from the outside
    • the Cosmic Music we learn how to draw these organs of secretion, and
    • connected with the form of the human skin and the sense-organs that
    • nervous system, and the blood system (as well as the organs connected
    • those parts of man's organism which enable him to move about in the
    • the fluids in the human organism. The skeleton was not there first! It
    • organs and learn about them too in the same way. And all these things
    • sense-organs. This would lead us to the Hierarchy of Angels,
    • we came to consider the blood system and the organs directly connected
    • Man can do it because his organism is adapted to take the upright
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    • the inner organs of breathing are situated. The physiognomical form
    • It is the same with other organs. Everything becomes expressive,
    • “formed” by the Cosmos and how the skin and sense-organs
    • reflected. Our whole being becomes a spiritual sense-organ. But the
    • transformed being of man's lower organism.
    • word. On Earth we speak with our organs of speech; by means of these
    • to say by means of our speech-organs, in that moment we completely
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    • head-organisation can also begin. This is a wonderful work, — one
    • Mercury sphere, where the spirit-germs of the other organs have to be
    • from the veins in the physical organism, so into our being of
    • the organs of perception, one of the cosmic hearts, created out of the
    • a sense organ, which perceives the movement of the
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    • system was a living organism of soul, and human beings indwelt this
    • living organism, in quite a different form.” Thus do the veins of
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    • organs to the outer world, he would merely experience
    • (Gefuge), the organic edifice (Bau) of the whole world of
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    • organs to the outer world, he would merely experience
    • (Gefuge), the organic edifice (Bau) of the whole world of
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    • organs of perception his will is not active in the delicate movements
    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • sense-organs, are not filled by any activity during sleep. Over its
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • on in the interior of man; there is no organ within the physical body
    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • the human sense-organs towards the interior of man. In this stream the
    • into the interior of man's organism. If one is looking at some shining
    • music, which comes from the region of the organs of hearing; the
    • — all these become an organically coherent etheric system. (When
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • etheric organism of man. If one contemplates this etheric organism
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • And beholding it more closely, one can see that this organ permeates
    • through this organ — which develops in this confluence of the
    • in accordance with the perceptions of the soul-organ most immediately
    • speech in man's organism. But in the development of this
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • must be formed in such a way that it can become the organ of thought,
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    • organs of perception his will is not active in the delicate movements
    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • sense-organs, are not filled by any activity during sleep. Over its
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • on in the interior of man; there is no organ within the physical body
    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • the human sense-organs towards the interior of man. In this stream the
    • into the interior of man's organism. If one is looking at some shining
    • music, which comes from the region of the organs of hearing; the
    • — all these become an organically coherent etheric system. (When
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • etheric organism of man. If one contemplates this etheric organism
    • The result is an exceptionally beautiful and impressive etheric organ.
    • And beholding it more closely, one can see that this organ permeates
    • through this organ — which develops in this confluence of the
    • in accordance with the perceptions of the soul-organ most immediately
    • speech in man's organism. But in the development of this
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • must be formed in such a way that it can become the organ of thought,
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    • not function as organs of perception. A man whose only instrument of
    • whole man. Think of the most important organs, the heart, the stomach
    • and others. Each one of these organs contributes to human life and
    • serves its needs. The fact that these organs work together makes it
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • organism.
    • killed out the clairvoyant faculties in man, who organised his
    • light-heartedly. In true Initiation it is as if a man's organisation
    • of this ether-body and its organs, is the Swan who bears Lohengrin
    • certain sense they are necessary to the re-organisation of everything
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    • not function as organs of perception. A man whose only instrument of
    • whole man. Think of the most important organs, the heart, the stomach
    • and others. Each one of these organs contributes to human life and
    • serves its needs. The fact that these organs work together makes it
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • organism.
    • killed out the clairvoyant faculties in man, who organised his
    • light-heartedly. In true Initiation it is as if a man's organisation
    • of this ether-body and its organs, is the Swan who bears Lohengrin
    • certain sense they are necessary to the re-organisation of everything
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    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
    • From subordinate animal organs the light calls forth for itself an
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
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    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
    • From subordinate animal organs the light calls forth for itself an
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
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    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • organs of creation, we can well understand why in his musical dramas
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    • female organs of fertilisation, corresponds to the sexual system in
    • chaste as that of the plant, and his organs of reproduction
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
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    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • organs of creation, we can well understand why in his musical dramas
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    • female organs of fertilisation, corresponds to the sexual system in
    • chaste as that of the plant, and his organs of reproduction
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
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    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • phosphorus, lime-stone, etc., within the human organism. We relate the
    • taught how the organism of man is related to the forty-two earthly
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    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • phosphorus, lime-stone, etc., within the human organism. We relate the
    • taught how the organism of man is related to the forty-two earthly
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    • THE SOCIAL ORGANISM
    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • the “threefold social organism”, which is now being
    • reason I think that the necessity of a threefold social organism will
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    • The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
    • THE SOCIAL ORGANISM
    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • the “threefold social organism”, which is now being
    • reason I think that the necessity of a threefold social organism will
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • higher members of the human organisation are also borne in mind.
    • follows: The tongue is a cuttlefish, other organs are something else.
    • concerning all the organs and also concerning the human head. It will
    • discover that the other organs depend very strongly upon hereditary
    • the formation of the other organs. The whole cosmos participates in
    • you study a skeleton) is the remaining organism; the spine is
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    • higher members of the human organisation are also borne in mind.
    • follows: The tongue is a cuttlefish, other organs are something else.
    • concerning all the organs and also concerning the human head. It will
    • discover that the other organs depend very strongly upon hereditary
    • the formation of the other organs. The whole cosmos participates in
    • you study a skeleton) is the remaining organism; the spine is
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    • now be possible for it to be made into a Christ receptive organ. It
    • development, the concern should now be that the organ within man be
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    • now be possible for it to be made into a Christ receptive organ. It
    • development, the concern should now be that the organ within man be
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    • heart as an instrument. So the living organism has parts, which in
    • that arises from man himself, who has so formed his organs of
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    • heart as an instrument. So the living organism has parts, which in
    • that arises from man himself, who has so formed his organs of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • with it, that makes us man. This marvellous organ and its relation to
    • organs. In the light, therefore, we must not merely see the abstract
    • certain epoch was able to mould in man the highly artistic organ of
    • to speak, a further elaboration of his organs of speech. The organs
    • development of a speech organism such as is possessed by man. With
    • elaboration of his organs of speech. There is no time now to explain
    • the organs of speech.
    • concerned, man was already inwardly organised before he arrived at
    • presented with an organ responding to the so-called “Spirit of
    • organ its own functions of intelligence, consciousness and feeling. A
    • within ourselves, from out of the Ego, those organs which have been
    • which the Ego is able to develop by using the organs which have been
    • the same activity which has produced the organs. Thus the word sounds
    • our vocal organs, we imitate the outer activities and objects which
    • so do we imitate what comes to us from outside, by setting our organs
    • in movement, imitatively, — organs which have been elaborated
    • that the outer happening or event has been imitated by the organs of
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    • with it, that makes us man. This marvellous organ and its relation to
    • organs. In the light, therefore, we must not merely see the abstract
    • certain epoch was able to mould in man the highly artistic organ of
    • to speak, a further elaboration of his organs of speech. The organs
    • development of a speech organism such as is possessed by man. With
    • elaboration of his organs of speech. There is no time now to explain
    • the organs of speech.
    • concerned, man was already inwardly organised before he arrived at
    • presented with an organ responding to the so-called “Spirit of
    • organ its own functions of intelligence, consciousness and feeling. A
    • within ourselves, from out of the Ego, those organs which have been
    • which the Ego is able to develop by using the organs which have been
    • the same activity which has produced the organs. Thus the word sounds
    • our vocal organs, we imitate the outer activities and objects which
    • so do we imitate what comes to us from outside, by setting our organs
    • in movement, imitatively, — organs which have been elaborated
    • that the outer happening or event has been imitated by the organs of
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    • are uttered by the speech organs and articulated into the word.
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    • are uttered by the speech organs and articulated into the word.
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    • repeat it: If we did not have our sense organs, we could know nothing
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
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    • repeat it: If we did not have our sense organs, we could know nothing
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
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    • know, the expression in the boys of an organic process, which occurs
    • the voice, extending from the sexual essences of the organism, in
    • organism. Today the voice breaks; in those days the thoughts ‘broke’
    • so far as it is won from the atmosphere, but it is in organic
    • the rest of the organism, that has also grown coarser. So that in
    • organized.
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    • change of voice or some other part of the bodily organism, but they
    • from the depths of the bodily organization — as in the change
    • power of the animal organization and functions invisibly upon his
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    • organ of knowledge, all that concerned the forces of the larynx. The
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    • regard the head of man differently from the rest of the organism.
    • With the rest of the organism one must far more have in mind what is
    • through a quite different development from the rest of the organism.
    • The head develops quickly, the remaining organism slowly. The
    • very little further. The rest of the organism is still little
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • of our organism slowly. At our present time the head develops
    • of the organism needs the whole of life up to death to do this. One
    • head; love, which comes from the rest of the organism, does not
    • man's organism, that is to say from the spiritual part of the
    • organism. The miracle will be accomplished when men also learn to
    • complete all-round developed organism of soul and spirit, he must be
    • the earth, the rest of our organism takes no part in it, the rest of
    • our organism withdraws itself from cosmic events. Our head which, as
    • the earth performs in celestial space. Our remaining organism which
    • organism to participate today in the speed of the earth, were it
    • as we do. It is the spiritual part of the remaining organism which
    • than the rest of the organism. Then the human being takes his
    • of my organization, and this does not follow the movements of the
    • his head, and in the remaining organism is withdrawn from the
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    • of our organism, in so far as it is physical, through a kind of
    • living here between birth and death, for the rest of the organism
    • organism, it is another matter. And therefore it is very important
    • through heredity by being added to the rest of the organism. That man
    • organism — this will be discovered even by natural science. But
    • the rest of the organism must first affect the head (it can do so of
    • is a hard globe. It is indeed a hard globe, and among all the organs
    • while man lives here on earth, the rest of his organism, apart from
    • forces. This remaining organism imbues itself with them, and it is
    • these forces which can rejuvenate the organism from without, as I
    • that is connected with the remaining organism there work the
    • earth, the rest of our organism is adapted to make us resurrect, for
    • physical organism falls away from us, our spiritual part with our
    • our spirit organism. But we can only develop it in the right way for
    • takes in needs a few years for it to become at home in his organism.
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    • dim and undefined sensation or as a clear and organised perception.
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    • upon your other organs, the hardness and softness, etc., etc. —
    • the medium of our sense organs. A man who confronts this world of the
    • physical body, that is with his sense organs, in the active ruling
    • him to be an organ that is quite in the beginning of its evolution
    • he will one day give birth to man. The larynx is the future organ of
    • birth, the future organ of procreation. Now man brings forth the word
    • directly when one lets it tell what it is. Other organs of the human
    • organism.
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    • ear or any of his sense organs, he would perceive the ruling will of
    • conscious of directing his eye or his ear or some other organ on the
    • world around him. All these organs in their variety would only afford
    • body are where the sense organs have come to development. It is owing
    • to this fact that the sense organs have attained their present form.
    • Hence it is that in the case of every sense organ we find the very
    • the organ of vision in the proper way, and that consequently purely
    • organs, and that where these are situated there the purely physical
    • corresponding organs an activity and movement that exhausted
    • themselves inside the organs; nothing at all would be expelled from
    • organic life-processes.
    • to bear it to the various organs of the body — has only come
    • Normal organic bodily processes.
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    • connection that we found in the badly combined organisation of man —
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    • and the perceiving with the other organs of sense, are processes
    • further disarrangement in the members of man's organisation,
    • which we described. And, finally, the quite normal organic activity
    • perception, glandular activity and the whole organic process of
    • purpose to be fulfilled in the performance of these organic
    • organism as a whole, but it has no eternal value. Nor has sense
    • say matter, is driven into the organism it brings about sense
    • human organism there is always Intuition, and this Intuition rays out
    • experience the “I am”; it would be the organ for his ego
    • fills his whole organisation, undergoing modification in accordance
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    • larynx is really an organ of the future, how it is called to be in
    • will be the reproductive organ of the future. A time will come when
    • will be intimately connected with the organ of the larynx.
    • call “man,” for every such organ that is only as yet a
    • perfection, there is another corresponding organ which is gradually
    • dwindling, gradually dying away. And the corresponding organ for the
    • larynx is the organ of hearing. In proportion as the hearing
    • the most excellent of these forms. The organ of hearing was, of
    • quite shrunk and shriveled. To-day it is an external organ,
    • created — spiritually — through the organ of hearing, and
    • descending evolution, and when we take an organ like the ear we find
    • ascending organs are the bridges that carry him over into
    • itself known to us in descending organs, and the world of the spirit
    • in ascending organs.
    • also in a sense to the organ that is attached to the larynx —
    • organs in the human body. And as a result substances whose effects
    • plants which have a definite relationship to man's organs
    • contain forces of healing for those regions of man's organism.
    • organism. In the case of the plants we do not see with the eye that
    • physical organ at all, for the moment we reach the whole we come into
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    • forces of the metamorphosed astral body. What is organized from
    • without, from the skin inwards, including the sense organs, is built
    • for us from out of the cosmos. But what is brought forth organically
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • outwards, which is counter to the other organization; it creates
    • rather the bone-muscle organization, and so forth, the part which
    • concerned, we are organized by the macrocosm, but what streams
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • chooses our head, so to speak, as its chief organ, our head which has
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • skin-sense organization is, so to speak, only an appendage of the
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • which has its outward organ chiefly in the rhythmic system of man,
    • in the middle between the head organization proper, which is
    • circuit of the former astral body, and our will organization, which
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • knowledge of the human organization as seen from within; they are not
    • based on an external examination of the organism as a corpse, —
    • organism for this earth life, from the spiritual aspect it contains
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
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    • forces of the metamorphosed astral body. What is organized from
    • without, from the skin inwards, including the sense organs, is built
    • for us from out of the cosmos. But what is brought forth organically
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • outwards, which is counter to the other organization; it creates
    • rather the bone-muscle organization, and so forth, the part which
    • concerned, we are organized by the macrocosm, but what streams
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • chooses our head, so to speak, as its chief organ, our head which has
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • skin-sense organization is, so to speak, only an appendage of the
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • which has its outward organ chiefly in the rhythmic system of man,
    • in the middle between the head organization proper, which is
    • circuit of the former astral body, and our will organization, which
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • knowledge of the human organization as seen from within; they are not
    • based on an external examination of the organism as a corpse, —
    • organism for this earth life, from the spiritual aspect it contains
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
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    • organism is concerned, sleep is nothing but repose, a state in which
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • specific development of an organ situated at the left side of the
    • organ of speech lies at the right side of the brain. These facts
    • human organism is thought to be. But it is by no means so.
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
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    • organism is concerned, sleep is nothing but repose, a state in which
    • evolution, Ego and astral body have no organs wherewith to become
    • specific development of an organ situated at the left side of the
    • organ of speech lies at the right side of the brain. These facts
    • human organism is thought to be. But it is by no means so.
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
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    • of the climax of its own development and organization.
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
    • Thus did Goethe represent to himself Man as the organ
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    • of the climax of its own development and organization.
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
    • Thus did Goethe represent to himself Man as the organ
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    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
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    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature’
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    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • proceeds, fundamentally, from diseased bodily organs which as it were
    • our organism since the beginning of earthly life. The Imagination
    • other than the forces working actively in the organism — in
    • from the outer world enters the breathing organs as a reality, so
    • unconscious, purely organic process. In that he experienced this
    • organs; how in a world of soul-and-spirit before birth or conception,
    • but recognising how our organs have been created, how ether-body,
    • understand the nature of the human bodily organisation, when we
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    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • proceeds, fundamentally, from diseased bodily organs which as it were
    • our organism since the beginning of earthly life. The Imagination
    • other than the forces working actively in the organism — in
    • from the outer world enters the breathing organs as a reality, so
    • unconscious, purely organic process. In that he experienced this
    • organs; how in a world of soul-and-spirit before birth or conception,
    • but recognising how our organs have been created, how ether-body,
    • understand the nature of the human bodily organisation, when we
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    • minerals but of the organs in man. This is a peculiarity of the ether,
    • the inner organs of man. With trained etheric sight all these forms can
    • organs, however, these cosmic forms are usually of gigantic dimensions.
    • organs. Organs, after all, deteriorate as life progresses and, to speak
    • physical organs, but this other kind of therapy works effectively and
    • organ in the human body. In olden times a very great deal was known
    • about this connection with the delicate organisation of the surrounding
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    • the preservation of his organs, so what develops within the individual
    • become very individual, so to shape the whole organism of a man who has
    • life will be organised according to Gospel precepts — which are
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    • While a man is alive, the forces active in his etheric organism, his
    • astral organism and Ego, work within this form. The form is irradiated
    • blood and the rest of the organism. The mummy was bare form, a form
    • organs and founded a science of anatomy, not merely of medicine. This,
    • so. The whole organisation of man was inwardly transformed. He felt
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    • parts of the organism, not in the head itself.
    • organism, not in the brain itself. Whereas the working of the external
    • for example, upon the heart or upon some other organ of the human body.
    • the different organs, into the chest, and so on. Observing the recoil
    • of the breath downwards into the organism, the pupil of Yoga was able
    • to watch what the brain was doing in the chest, in the abdominal organs
    • head brings about in the organism. Such was the art connected with the
    • organism?
    • them to mummify the human organism, taught them, through observation of
    • revealed as the deeds performed by the brain in the human organism
    • time, and every night the organism must make efforts to counteract this
    • the other organs of the body, so that inasmuch as the forces of these
    • other organs — not their substance, of course, but their
    • the organs, and it was for this reason that such scrupulous care was
    • mummy, the Moon-Spirits were able to reveal the secrets of the organs,
    • of the rest of the human organism. Contemplation of the mummy will not
    • the plastic quality of the forms of the inner organs of the human body,
    • out into the organism. In this breath there is a plastic force, which
    • seen streaming from the human head into the other part of the organism,
    • with the human physical organisation. The inner, plastic force of the
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    • the Galileo and the Copernicus of the science of organic nature, and
    • for the science of organic nature with his living concept of
    • organism, being a new formation, affixes itself to the head. The head
    • organism and called this the “mummy”. In the tiny material
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    • question as to the nature of the etheric organism, the etheric body
    • organism.
    • West. What mood? The mood in which the etheric organism of man is set
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    • our organism? But even if we do our utmost to gain insight into our
    • dissolving deeper processes within our organism. I cannot speak in
    • deeper forces that are active in our organism. This shows us that, in
    • organism which are of a creative kind constitute a part of our being
    • cannot be perceived through the ordinary sense-organs, nor grasped
    • upon our organism by drawing regenerating forces out of its spiritual
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    • our organism? But even if we do our utmost to gain insight into our
    • dissolving deeper processes within our organism. I cannot speak in
    • deeper forces that are active in our organism. This shows us that, in
    • organism which are of a creative kind constitute a part of our being
    • cannot be perceived through the ordinary sense-organs, nor grasped
    • upon our organism by drawing regenerating forces out of its spiritual
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    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
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    • human beings on our planet still possess all the organs which were
    • physical body, namely, the sense-organs. These apparatuses can be
    • foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ and of all the
    • compared with a kind of fata morgana, with atmospheric phenomena
    • that your bodies revealed certain fata morgana-like processes,
    • were then as transparent as a fata morgana — but this
    • of the sense-organs, transformed these organs upon the Sun by
    • permeating them with an etheric body; the sense organs thus became
    • centralised, and the first basis of the organs of growth reaching as
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    • human beings on our planet still possess all the organs which were
    • physical body, namely, the sense-organs. These apparatuses can be
    • foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ and of all the
    • compared with a kind of fata morgana, with atmospheric phenomena
    • that your bodies revealed certain fata morgana-like processes,
    • were then as transparent as a fata morgana — but this
    • of the sense-organs, transformed these organs upon the Sun by
    • permeating them with an etheric body; the sense organs thus became
    • centralised, and the first basis of the organs of growth reaching as
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    • begins to think, and the organs through which the earth thinks are
    • brain-molecule of the earth. Our physical body is organised in such a
    • physical body as an organ of thinking, because it is organised for
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    • begins to think, and the organs through which the earth thinks are
    • brain-molecule of the earth. Our physical body is organised in such a
    • physical body as an organ of thinking, because it is organised for
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    • human organism. The outer substances which the plants absorb from
    • the process which goes on in man’s organism. The forms, as they
    • organic fluids.
    • it is first dissolved by means of the fluids in the organism, but we
    • re-forming process undergone by substance within the organism of man.
    • and which then spreads through his whole organism. This air which
    • organism.
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    • human organism. The outer substances which the plants absorb from
    • the process which goes on in man’s organism. The forms, as they
    • organic fluids.
    • it is first dissolved by means of the fluids in the organism, but we
    • re-forming process undergone by substance within the organism of man.
    • and which then spreads through his whole organism. This air which
    • organism.
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    • right into the physical organisation. For Michael-men therefore
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    • death, without doing anything towards it. His body is organised in
    • to be a member of the human organism. Then, in union with the earth,
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    • death, without doing anything towards it. His body is organised in
    • to be a member of the human organism. Then, in union with the earth,
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    • together as in one organic whole, but this working together must take
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • work in the human organism distinct and separate from one another; it
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    • together as in one organic whole, but this working together must take
    • place in the right way. In the human organism it is quite
    • work in the human organism distinct and separate from one another; it
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    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • etheric body is an organism having super-sensible character,
    • strange. But our sense-organs — you know this from other
    • organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces from
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within the whole world.
    • world is reflected, here on earth, in our physical organs and through
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
    • wonderful constitution of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • connected with our head or with our organism in so far as these are
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    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • etheric body is an organism having super-sensible character,
    • strange. But our sense-organs — you know this from other
    • organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces from
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within the whole world.
    • world is reflected, here on earth, in our physical organs and through
    • organs only when they are not quite in order; we are then to some
    • wonderful constitution of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • connected with our head or with our organism in so far as these are
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    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • they can work. They organise, as it were, an army in order to
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    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • are three parts, almost organs of one might being, whose body lives
    • they can work. They organise, as it were, an army in order to
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    • Where there is no light, the organ for the light is also lost. The
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    • organizational and developmental aspects of the Society, for I see it
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    • consists of an inner blend — an inwardly organised blend of the four
    • light-ether, we see our own little organised etheric body with its movements.
    • darkness. This is because the organisation of the physical body and etheric
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    • consists of an inner blend — an inwardly organised blend of the four
    • light-ether, we see our own little organised etheric body with its movements.
    • darkness. This is because the organisation of the physical body and etheric
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    • his organic nature. Man keeps this part of the etheric body for his
    • own use; he uses it neither for growth nor for his natural organic
    • development, but keeps it as a free organ with which he can take in
    • organ, and we can now ask ourselves whether this free etheric organ
    • being, your whole spiritual organism. Far from it. If you saw a rose
    • remains within the whole spiritual organism. What does it do there?
    • etheric organ. The moment it sinks into oblivion it begins to work.
    • a hindrance to development. Everything in an organism that is not
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    • other organ of man's physical body, because these other organs are
    • of the living essence within the organism. Blood is the expression of
    • are certain ailments in man's organism which can only be
    • certain ailments in man's organism that point to an illness of the
    • is within our organism. We have heard often enough that man has
    • organs in accordance with what they thrust forth. Even when the
    • mineral kingdom was pushed out, certain specific inner organs arose.
    • must know that the human organs that come under the influence of the
    • images of the planets to the constellation of man's organs. Thus the
    • of the mutual relationships of man's organs in so far as they
    • illness having its effect on the other organs mentioned, in fact if
    • interconnections of the organs when there is an etheric illness, and
    • organs are interconnected in a regular way, these illnesses are the
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    • the vocal cords and the other speech organs. It makes a great
    • organised in such a way that they were a likeness of the spiritual
    • body into his organism himself to begin with as he comes down from
    • animal substances on the human organism, and then we shall go on to
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    • Then the organism starts revolting against the defect and applies
    • forces in his organism to put this defect right again. This revolt of
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
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    • On the contrary, the temperature is something that the organism calls
    • temperature is the organism's defence against the illness. There is
    • some damage in the organism, in the lungs, say. When the human being
    • particular organ of the human body is upset. Then the whole organism
    • on in the whole organism, otherwise the organism would not need to
    • of this massing of forces in the organism is the temperature.
    • various organs of the human body came into existence and developed at
    • organism is extremely complex and its individual organs came into
    • these organs were developed further at a later stage of evolution.
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • higher Organisation of the higher members. What we call the lungs
    • organised in connection with the four quarters of the moon. Now just
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    • of these members comes to expression in certain organs and organ
    • compensating deed could be one to which our own organism is not
    • equal. Our organism is also dependent on the forces of heredity. This
    • heredity, and is capable of re-forming the organism during the course
    • strong enough to overcome certain things in the organism. In the
    • favourable, but his inner strength cannot take hold of his organs and
    • struggles, as it were, with its unusable organ, attacks it and
    • destroys it. When the organ that should have been instrumental in
    • of healing, and the forces of the organism have to be called up to
    • restore the organ. This organ, which was destroyed because it was
    • to mould the growth and development of this organ in the course of
    • organ in the way it needs, the unsuitable organ has to be destroyed
    • organism, after which he can then be in control of it in all his
    • necessitates having a certain part of our brain organised in a
    • the necessary harmony in the organism. At a certain point in his life
    • come to expression. But an essential organ is missing. So what
    • deep-seated karmic cause. And again part of the organism has to be
    • organ the soul senses which are the right forces in the other
    • through the resistance. Then this offending organ must inevitably be
    • feeling of release that the blockage has really gone and the organ
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    • to transform man's organism, assuming that circumstances are normal,
    • brain and the other organs so that they may become its instruments.
    • their way into the general organism. If we wanted to speak of the
    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • the mother. But the actual work of the individuality on the organism
    • gradually transforms the organism, so that it becomes not only the
    • it is just the activity of the ego in the organism that calls forth
    • only possible in a being that has his ego within his own organism and
    • the organism, that is, if it is not individual, the feeling of
    • of the strings which direct the organism from within, the child can
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    • on the form which enabled it to mould all the organs, heart, brain,
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    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • corresponding etheric organs is maintained. Between death and rebirth
    • destruction in the organism are the precondition of the life of soul.
    • after death, also inability to mould the physical organs efficiently
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    • circumstance that we are able to destroy our organism perpetually.
    • the end of a life we have a brittle organism is evidence that our
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    • forces which cause the organs of the plant to fold up limply when
    • organism. What the sun does to the plant, the Ego and astral body do
    • to the organs of the human being. Hence we can say: the plant's body
    • organs. If we make ourselves consciously aware of the fact that with
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    • his organism? He knows nothing of them through direct perception and
    • organising, vitalising, strengthening effect upon what is within his
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    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • corresponding etheric organs is maintained. Between death and rebirth
    • head is the most fully developed of all the physical organs, even in
    • organs of the human being quite differently in each case — the
    • Now there is one organ in man in which, even if he is
    • corresponding physical part remains immobile. This organ is the brain
    • case that at the top of the brain there appeared not only the organ
    • thinker and mould the brain into becoming the organ of thinking —
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    • his organism, lay hold of it, but in such a way that they now act as
    • mind we can say that man, in his outer stature, has been organised by
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    • destruction in the organism are the precondition of the life of soul.
    • around us with the ordinary organs of perception, with the organ of
    • whole organism. We bear it about with us but we cannot observe it in
    • destruction in the human organism as the precondition of man's life
    • organism is perceived as outer world. The outer world is then the
    • sleep. During sleep we feel that our inner organs are part of the
    • of our inner organs, we gaze at the human body that is in process of
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    • after death, also inability to mould the physical organs efficiently
    • upon our physical body possessing organs which enable us to come in
    • and mould his organs; he can fashion them in an imperfect form only
    • forces wherewith to create even the organs enabling him to think,
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    • experience. When the sense-organs fall away at death, all
    • this is impossible because he has discarded the sense-organs. The
    • accustomed on Earth and — because the sense-organs have been
    • necessary sense-organs have been discarded, a world in which no being
    • can possibly have sense-organs formed entirely of substance of the
    • physical bodily organisation and of physical conditions on the Earth
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    • principles held sway in these bodies, they were not so organised as
    • forces which governed the sense-organs of these bodies, they would
    • so that these forces would not turn the senses into mere organs of
    • changed in such a way that instead of being mere organs of sympathy
    • and antipathy, they became organs that human beings could use, and so
    • such a way that the human sense organs, which derive essentially from
    • solar activity, did not become organs of mere sympathy and antipathy.
    • vital organs, and their underlying forces in the etheric body, which
    • these organs — the organs of breathing, blood circulation and
    • of Lucifer and Ahriman in such a way that the vital organs would have
    • these vital organs do not flow in directly from the Sun, but from the
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, the vital organs would have become merely organs
    • of greed or organs of loathing. For example, a man would not have
    • it became possible for moderation to be implanted in the vital organs
    • sense-organs, so moderation was now bestowed on the vital organs.
    • sense organs were in a condition serviceable for man on Earth, and so
    • were the vital organs. But it was not so with the soul-organs,
    • soul-organs would have become disordered. I mean that willing would
    • it were to a perpetually chaotic use of these soul-organs. They would
    • breathing with the speech organ and the heart is the bodily
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    • working in the organism, shaping this body that bears our soul into a
    • sense organs and our intelligence linked with the instrument of the
    • on normal well formed sense organs and a well-developed brain. Are we
    • only be reflected in memory, is not bound to the outer organism in the
    • on the bodily organism. An interesting question we can raise is whether
    • spite of a damaged organism. But we will go further. An experiment so
    • being, which not only continuously organises his inner forces but
    • his life on man's organism enabling him to keep developing new
    • worked on the physical organism in such a way as to keep increasing the
    • organisations. Then when man has raised it to a certain level of
    • being still needed first to form the organs which will produce the
    • organism. When in childhood man gradually develops from within
    • organism, thus enabling these facts to be imparted to the outer world
    • bodily organisation, he no longer remains in the same spatial and
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    • working in the organism, shaping this body that bears our soul into a
    • sense organs and our intelligence linked with the instrument of the
    • on normal well formed sense organs and a well-developed brain. Are we
    • only be reflected in memory, is not bound to the outer organism in the
    • on the bodily organism. An interesting question we can raise is whether
    • spite of a damaged organism. But we will go further. An experiment so
    • being, which not only continuously organises his inner forces but
    • his life on man's organism enabling him to keep developing new
    • worked on the physical organism in such a way as to keep increasing the
    • organisations. Then when man has raised it to a certain level of
    • being still needed first to form the organs which will produce the
    • organism. When in childhood man gradually develops from within
    • organism, thus enabling these facts to be imparted to the outer world
    • bodily organisation, he no longer remains in the same spatial and
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    • spirituality, how a thought-organism, leaving aside the world
    • The diagram is organised not only by a horizontal and vertical grid,
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    • spirituality, how a thought-organism, leaving aside the world
    • The diagram is organised not only by a horizontal and vertical grid,
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    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
    • the forces which underlie the organs connected with the formation of
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    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
    • the forces which underlie the organs connected with the formation of
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    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • experienced as a great organism and the human beings felt that
    • the whole organism of the universe, in so far as this may be
    • through our organism, we transform this air, so that it becomes a
    • the other members of our organism. And when we fall asleep once
    • organic standpoint, speech is connected with our breathing process.
    • Speech does not only come from the same organ, but it is also
    • with Beings who belong to the organism of the earth; they belong to
    • the earth's organism in the same way in which the human beings belong
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    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • experienced as a great organism and the human beings felt that
    • the whole organism of the universe, in so far as this may be
    • through our organism, we transform this air, so that it becomes a
    • the other members of our organism. And when we fall asleep once
    • organic standpoint, speech is connected with our breathing process.
    • Speech does not only come from the same organ, but it is also
    • with Beings who belong to the organism of the earth; they belong to
    • the earth's organism in the same way in which the human beings belong
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    • our rudimentary animal, the organism breaks through to the outer,
    • into the spiritual world, can he first acquire real spiritual organs.
    • first the soul is just as undifferentiated an organ as the organism
    • out of this substance developing soul concepts, spiritual organs
    • transform what is undifferentiated in the soul into spiritual organs
    • organs, the stomach for example, change from year to year in the
    • the soul organs — the eyes of the spirit, the ears of the
    • organ for my walking or footprints as the brain is the organ for
    • system as it is in the rest of the organism. No! What the soul brings
    • it receives constant refreshment from the rest of the organism can
    • when the organism is completely dissolved. In our mental activity
    • death as a force working in the organism, just as we understand the
    • significant organ. Hence, a great deal depends upon our consciousness
    • Organism. A Rebuttal to Darwin's Theory of Chance (Das Werden der
    • Organismen. Eine Widerlegung von Darwins Zufallstheorie). In this
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    • that one must know something about what the organs have to do in
    • order to prepare food for the organism! Thus a human being comes into
    • this world with the organism in which he has clothed himself but
    • without extending down into this organism with his soul. The
    • within; and to know him fully is organic medicine, illnesses that
    • within; he is the creator of all organic illnesses. And a brother of
    • double is really the creator of all illnesses that have an organic
    • known only as a skeletal system, is a living organism. As a living
    • organism it works upon the beings who walk around on it, including
    • organs, so the earth is also differentiated regarding what it
    • organism, which is differentiated. Our earth is differentiated in the
    • conditions, only when one knows that the earth is an organism, when
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    • organism, or in such a way that forces which are in no way connected
    • with the human organism have an influence upon it. This kind of
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    • organism, or in such a way that forces which are in no way connected
    • with the human organism have an influence upon it. This kind of
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    • our organism — albeit, it is our etheric organism. In our
    • etheric organism they are constantly taking place — we may
    • as our organ of communication with the entire cosmic-elemental world.
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    • our organism — albeit, it is our etheric organism. In our
    • etheric organism they are constantly taking place — we may
    • as our organ of communication with the entire cosmic-elemental world.
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    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • inaccessible to our ordinary science. The etheric body is an organism
    • This must sound strange. But our sense-organs —
    • more our organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • of forces, of an organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within
    • earth in our physical organs and through our physical being.
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
    • of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart grows tired, yet this
    • The lofty, wonderful structure of our organism, of this
    • show that he is not connected with our head or with our organism in
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    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • inaccessible to our ordinary science. The etheric body is an organism
    • This must sound strange. But our sense-organs —
    • more our organs lie on the surface, the more spiritual are the forces
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • of forces, of an organism of forces, as a cosmos of forces, within
    • earth in our physical organs and through our physical being.
    • We can feel our organs only when they are not quite in
    • of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart grows tired, yet this
    • The lofty, wonderful structure of our organism, of this
    • show that he is not connected with our head or with our organism in
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    • earth, is warmth. Our whole physical organism finally
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • strikes their sense-organs, and the moment in which the impression
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    • earth, is warmth. Our whole physical organism finally
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • strikes their sense-organs, and the moment in which the impression
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    • organisation in such a way that it is suitable for the incarnation.
    • soul. The whole karma of the earth would have to be so organised that
    • at one time, before organisms existed, the earth was not in that
    • are no longer contained in the earth's organism — for example,
    • this organism like rain. They trickled down, as it were, and in
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    • organisation in such a way that it is suitable for the incarnation.
    • soul. The whole karma of the earth would have to be so organised that
    • at one time, before organisms existed, the earth was not in that
    • are no longer contained in the earth's organism — for example,
    • this organism like rain. They trickled down, as it were, and in
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    • other organs of perception. The first thing to be done, must be
    • to the external organs of perception; a Folk-spirit does not present
    • ‘ I ’ itself as inwardly organized. It works
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    • directly seen with external organs of perception, with physical eyes,
    • it — that is to say, a living organizing principle can have an
    • and organize it. Therefore the ground is sought out, if it proves to
    • organization, they work into the physical body, so that they set the
    • epoch of time are formed and organized by the physical work of higher
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    • about which makes man's present organization possible. We have
    • evolution and remain behind, in order to affect the organization of
    • ‘ I ’-organization. If we consider them
    • going-back begins, and his etheric and astral organizations crumble
    • permeates the human organization, so that man becomes dependent upon
    • so far as he is dependent upon the physical organizing forces, not
    • organize his growth in size. Then the spiritual must begin and the
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    • organs with which to look into that which is woven into the light.
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    • man is originally destined and organized by the Elohim to express in
    • down in the unconscious organism.
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    • in normal and abnormal development organize the races.
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    • air through our respiratory organs, which then transforms the air
    • which lives in us and organizes our speech, — that is to say,
    • produces the pulsation of the blood, so does that which organizes
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    • himself in the human organism. Man would see the world differently if
    • country are the great Powers, the Luminous Ones. He is organized for
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    • tribes, and yet as members of one organism and belonging to the unity
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • an abstract but an organic unity, that thus only can this be
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    • We are told that in future persons in whom the organs of
    • mankind is intended to progress, it is organized for the development
    • school for that which is to come. Humanity is now organized for
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    • out of the earth that man's organism developed in such a way as to make it
    • organism, out of his body and soul, pictures such as arose in ancient,
    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • cannot perceive the inner, organic connection between the head and the rest of
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    • out of the earth that man's organism developed in such a way as to make it
    • organism, out of his body and soul, pictures such as arose in ancient,
    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • cannot perceive the inner, organic connection between the head and the rest of
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    • continued in that organization unchanged in content and intent.]
    • cultivated to a high degree in those organizations.
    • community a powerful strengthening of our organs takes place. If we
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    • continued in that organization unchanged in content and intent.]
    • cultivated to a high degree in those organizations.
    • community a powerful strengthening of our organs takes place. If we
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    • this threefoldness of the social organism. It is only profound
    • Organism based on Spiritual Science. If the old form of the state is
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    • simplest up to the most highly complicated organisms and man is
    • easily solved if the musical profession were organised. But we are
    • organisation. He says:
    • schools, organists, directors and critics, as well as composers and
    • Organism,’ Champignystrasse 17, Stuttgart, where further
    • the Threefold Organism in one single profession. Then there are
    • political education and think that this Threefold Social Organism is
    • so often we find heart, lung, digestive organs and so forth,
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    • far as they are bound up with his bodily organism. If, for instance, it
    • out of another. This results in an organism, which has inner laws in
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    • they rise up from the organism and, unlike our thoughts, do not
    • discovered the secrets of his organism.
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • they rise up from the organism and, unlike our thoughts, do not
    • discovered the secrets of his organism.
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • organismo y, a diferencia de nuestros pensamientos, no reflejan la
    • organismo.
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    • organismo y, a diferencia de nuestros pensamientos, no reflejan la
    • organismo.
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    • organism. Caricatured forms — in all sorts of contortions —
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    • organism. Caricatured forms — in all sorts of contortions —
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    • we see, lions for example, are the outwardly projected organs of the
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    • we see, lions for example, are the outwardly projected organs of the
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    • structure is elaborately organized — the way they procure
    • purpose had fin-like organs. That which took place in his body on
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    • structure is elaborately organized — the way they procure
    • purpose had fin-like organs. That which took place in his body on
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    • physical head. I have also told you what a gigantic organization the
    • today. The names are taken from the organization of the group souls.
    • organization, actually represented four egos who waited to incarnate
    • down there below. One category was adapted to enter the organizations
    • develops the organs whose functions coincide more with those of the
    • heart. They were organized one-sidedly in the heart nature; an
    • ego, had been made strong. In others, the organs of digestion, of
    • group, it was especially the organs of movement. In the fourth group,
    • development of the digestive organs. Both were developed. The group
    • in which the aggressive quality belonging to the organization of the
    • connected with the fact that the man, as he is usually organized, has
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    • physical head. I have also told you what a gigantic organization the
    • today. The names are taken from the organization of the group souls.
    • organization, actually represented four egos who waited to incarnate
    • down there below. One category was adapted to enter the organizations
    • develops the organs whose functions coincide more with those of the
    • heart. They were organized one-sidedly in the heart nature; an
    • ego, had been made strong. In others, the organs of digestion, of
    • group, it was especially the organs of movement. In the fourth group,
    • development of the digestive organs. Both were developed. The group
    • in which the aggressive quality belonging to the organization of the
    • connected with the fact that the man, as he is usually organized, has
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    • to him insignificant things in the organic body or elsewhere in the
    • organism itself everywhere shows signs that it does not actually come
    • certain moments destroy the organism.
    • organic life, and that perhaps this spiritual element as such may
    • poisonous forces in relation to the organism might be enlisted as
    • permeate organic beings, strengthening and stimulating them on their
    • spirit which, on the one hand, is directed to use the organism as its
    • upon the organism and destroy it. — In any case, if we allow
    • actually makes the investigation of the death of the organism an easy
    • the human organism are inhibited, the death of the living human being
    • which compose the human organism, and which fall asunder when the man
    • materials composing the human organism during lifetime. And it is
    • organism, stands out just like, or similar to, the solid skeleton as
    • it is differentiated from the soft parts of the human organism. As in
    • merely physical system, a merely physical aggregation of organs, so,
    • in the vast earth organism we must regard what confronts us as
    • conjunction with the whole organism to which it belongs. In this
    • belongs primarily to the earth organism.
    • universe is illustrated and symbolized in the human organism; for the
    • human organism primarily represents the connection of the bodily with
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    • to him insignificant things in the organic body or elsewhere in the
    • organism itself everywhere shows signs that it does not actually come
    • certain moments destroy the organism.
    • organic life, and that perhaps this spiritual element as such may
    • poisonous forces in relation to the organism might be enlisted as
    • permeate organic beings, strengthening and stimulating them on their
    • spirit which, on the one hand, is directed to use the organism as its
    • upon the organism and destroy it. — In any case, if we allow
    • actually makes the investigation of the death of the organism an easy
    • the human organism are inhibited, the death of the living human being
    • which compose the human organism, and which fall asunder when the man
    • materials composing the human organism during lifetime. And it is
    • organism, stands out just like, or similar to, the solid skeleton as
    • it is differentiated from the soft parts of the human organism. As in
    • merely physical system, a merely physical aggregation of organs, so,
    • in the vast earth organism we must regard what confronts us as
    • conjunction with the whole organism to which it belongs. In this
    • belongs primarily to the earth organism.
    • universe is illustrated and symbolized in the human organism; for the
    • human organism primarily represents the connection of the bodily with
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    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • organism, which has once been our earth, on the one hand, living
    • in the huge earth organism has been living organs only, which thus
    • excreted from an organism after having served the living processes
    • huge enormous organism, the breathing of which we have to look for in
    • natural observer, the possibility results of imagining that organisms
    • assumed as the original earth organism. On the other hand, however,
    • developed out of a mere nebular organization, as assumed by
    • reconcile the origin of the organic or animal world with this idea.
    • moving, but not formed, living matter in the most inferior organisms,
    • animal beings. These most inferior organisms could really be defined
    • picture to ourselves these inferior organisms, this original life
    • practices, expresses his soul activity through the organs of his
    • body, so that the man who is awake needs his bodily organs in order
    • to develop consciousness, and that the bodily organs must be formed
    • can never imagine that, by means of inner, living, organic action,
    • place, as the soul organ mediating our waking conscious state, the
    • receiving the oxygen flowing into it, for the organic action cannot
    • and other organs during sleeping life. In the evening our organs are
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    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • organism, which has once been our earth, on the one hand, living
    • in the huge earth organism has been living organs only, which thus
    • excreted from an organism after having served the living processes
    • huge enormous organism, the breathing of which we have to look for in
    • natural observer, the possibility results of imagining that organisms
    • assumed as the original earth organism. On the other hand, however,
    • developed out of a mere nebular organization, as assumed by
    • reconcile the origin of the organic or animal world with this idea.
    • moving, but not formed, living matter in the most inferior organisms,
    • animal beings. These most inferior organisms could really be defined
    • picture to ourselves these inferior organisms, this original life
    • practices, expresses his soul activity through the organs of his
    • body, so that the man who is awake needs his bodily organs in order
    • to develop consciousness, and that the bodily organs must be formed
    • can never imagine that, by means of inner, living, organic action,
    • place, as the soul organ mediating our waking conscious state, the
    • receiving the oxygen flowing into it, for the organic action cannot
    • and other organs during sleeping life. In the evening our organs are
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    • organism is formed. The whole of a Greek's general education
    • interwoven with man's whole organism; for instance, in the
    • they could feel and experience how the organic and the soul were
    • related. They had an immediately-felt knowledge of their own organism
    • inter-relationship. They could permeate their whole organism with
    • ourselves feel withdrawn when we experience in the organic process of
    • muscular tension the activity of the soul in our organism, and the
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    • organism is formed. The whole of a Greek's general education
    • interwoven with man's whole organism; for instance, in the
    • they could feel and experience how the organic and the soul were
    • related. They had an immediately-felt knowledge of their own organism
    • inter-relationship. They could permeate their whole organism with
    • ourselves feel withdrawn when we experience in the organic process of
    • muscular tension the activity of the soul in our organism, and the
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    • between blood and nervous system and the rest of the organism in
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    • physical organism was deteriorating. But while his body was
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    • between blood and nervous system and the rest of the organism in
    • that is, for the other organs.
    • system, they rise for the other organs and are linked all the more
    • These other organs, to
    • influence these other organs of our body with our ego and astral
    • blood and nervous system, but they influence our other organs, all
    • those who understand these things will know that the organs that are
    • world with the ego and the astral body on those organs that are not
    • organs we are usually not as aware of as we are of our brain and
    • nervous system, that is, organs we experience on a more subconscious
    • level. These powerful Imaginations lived in these organs, and all the
    • more so, the more outwardly ill these organs became. They prepared
    • trapped in his sick organs, especially in his final years. They
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    • those physical organs needs to use force to reenter them. This is an
    • sleep. The sense organs are laid aside in sleep; there is no activity
    • the activity of our organs and limbs as we do in sleep. In terms of
    • speech organs and uses them. Through the exercises described above,
    • because it is employed in speech and the use of our speech organs.
    • which are set in their sockets rather like autonomous organs. Thus,
    • is so independent as to act as our spiritual organ of perception for
    • being as spiritual organs of perception.
    • Only clairvoyant development can organize the power of the mind,
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    • thus eat away at our physical organization, we would have a budding
    • work takes a lot out of our physical organization, people doing that
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    • man has the etheric body, which becomes part of his organism and
    • expresses itself in the sense organs.
    • innermost force vigorously keeping the organization fit. And as he
    • of well-being, when everything in his organism is in order, that he
    • of forehead is suited to the choleric. In one organ it is shown
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    • man has the etheric body, which becomes part of his organism and
    • expresses itself in the sense organs.
    • innermost force vigorously keeping the organization fit. And as he
    • of well-being, when everything in his organism is in order, that he
    • of forehead is suited to the choleric. In one organ it is shown
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    • organism from such an experience are just the same in both cases. As
    • into his very organism the effects of his association with the
    • organism and in human life, man is connected — in the first
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    • organism from such an experience are just the same in both cases. As
    • into his very organism the effects of his association with the
    • organism and in human life, man is connected — in the first
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    • It works upon the human organism during the next incarnation.
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • fundamental organic quality also of the physical body.
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    • It works upon the human organism during the next incarnation.
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • fundamental organic quality also of the physical body.
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    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
    • of the social organism.
    • But we must acquire an organ capable of grasping what our present
    • time really needs. It will be difficult to acquire this organ in the
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    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
    • of the social organism.
    • But we must acquire an organ capable of grasping what our present
    • time really needs. It will be difficult to acquire this organ in the
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • vegetable activity in the organism abandoned by the astral body
    • in our organism during the night.
    • organism. In the present time, occult immersion in the world
    • processes which take place in the human organism, in order that
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • organism to its own elemental forces, without maltreating it. We
    • Sun. This too is relatively old. The Sun forces organized man's
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • might say, an organic connection of inner soul activities which
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • manner described and become part of the whole earthly organism,
    • vegetable activity in the organism abandoned by the astral body
    • in our organism during the night.
    • organism. In the present time, occult immersion in the world
    • processes which take place in the human organism, in order that
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • organism to its own elemental forces, without maltreating it. We
    • Sun. This too is relatively old. The Sun forces organized man's
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • might say, an organic connection of inner soul activities which
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    • that also takes place in an organism; this is the etheric organism; that
    • finer, super-sensible organism which exists no less than the physical
    • organism, though it is connected with the supra-terrestrial, not the
    • constitution of man, the etheric in his fluid organisation, which can
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    • the blood within the living human organism itself? This cannot be done
    • human organism that is, at first, similar to external nature and, on
    • picture this that I have said: On the one hand, we have what the organism
    • body as a whole. Between these are the processes within the organism
    • itself. From the study of what the human physical organism takes in
    • man's corpse, dissolving and dissipating it, man does, with his organism,
    • from her. Thus, when we commence with man's organs of assimilation, we
    • in regard to what man casts off, Nature receives what the human organism
    • provides. Thus the human physical organism comes eventually to be very
    • somewhere in the human organism, where the sub-stances begin to develop
    • during which something incorporated into the human organism is transformed
    • into excretory products, the inner processes of the organism recapitulate
    • condition we have to look into our own organism. The beginning of the
    • the human physical organism. Through long periods the earth consisted
    • destroy the form of our physical organism. But this earth must once
    • laws which, today, bring our physical organism into the condition of
    • we may regard our physical organism as organised for taking in external
    • become what it is today in its inorganic, lifeless constituents. The
    • and their transformation within the human organism. Albumens (proteins),
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    • works down into this very complicated organism of muscle and nerve in
    • down into the organism, between the formation of the thought and the
    • this soul life destroyed when certain organs are destroyed. Moreover,
    • on the physical organism, has its own life, its own existence, this
    • we cannot, by mere thinking, influence our own ‘will-organism’.
    • we are exposed to all possible tricks of our own organisation. People
    • that also takes place in an organism; this is the etheric organism; that
    • finer, super-sensible organism which exists no less than the physical
    • organism, though it is connected with the supra-terrestrial, not the
    • this sharply outlined part of the human organism. Strictly speaking, there
    • essential. The human organism is looked upon as a conglomeration of
    • all thinking. One can stop thinking; and our physical organisation does
    • use my breath for my inner organisation and breathe out. But is it really
    • fluid organisation with its regular but ever changing life will never
    • stream enters and takes hold of our inner organisation, expands, works,
    • organisation proper. I shall then show the connection between these
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    • human organism contains. He does not find it necessary to enlarge his
    • namely: that the human organism as a whole cannot be maintained by external
    • enters the human organism and eventually reaches the head in an extremely
    • attenuated state; in this distribution and organisation of the air the
    • body is a ‘time-organism’, the physical body a
    • ‘space-organism’. The physical
    • is not only a solid body, a fluid man and an airy man, but an organism
    • organism. You have one temperature in your head, another in your big
    • You have a fluid organism in constant motion. You have an organism of
    • air which permeates you continually, like a mighty, symphonic organism
    • of music. And, in addition, you have a surging organism of warmth,
    • warmth-organism are absent or disturbed, we feel this as illness,
    • ‘warmth-organism’
    • earth works into the warmth of our organism, and kindles this or that
    • is Nature; man takes in its substances and builds up his organism —
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    • also absent; likewise, what evokes feeling from the organic processes,
    • organism. But, with ordinary consciousness, we cannot see how a thought
    • we described as belonging to the etheric organism continue during sleep.
    • that the etheric organism is also present during sleep.
    • we know from the preceding lectures that this etheric organism
    • called the astral organism is experienced through
    • in the above way. But, in the case of the astral body and ego-organisation,
    • gaseous, in the human organism. Thus we must recognise, to begin with,
    • in the inhaled air, using it unconsciously to set the organic processes
    • times and organising him.
    • from within. In ordinary consciousness the ego and astral organisations
    • ‘Inspiration’ really only consists in inwardly organising
    • and an organic part of its whole life. Thus anthroposophical reflection
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    • waking state, when we have full use of our bodily organs and experience
    • symbolic expression to man's inner organs. When we have grasped this,
    • further in this direction we find that all our organs can appear in
    • have studied these things you will know what particular organ is depicted,
    • unusual beauty; and when the artist is told what organ he has really
    • same respect for his organs that he has for his paintings.
    • other, pictorial representations of our own internal organs.
    • in a dream. For, when awake, man experiences the form of his organs
    • or nothing at all, of his internal organism. The second kind of dream,
    • organ-forms presented by the dream. One is forced to see that it is
    • of the inner organs, as the ego the pictures of external experience.
    • Here, too, an organ may appear to us in a beautiful picture, as I said
    • direction and represent, spiritually, man's internal organisation.
    • dream-pictures, those relating to the inner organs, began to develop the
    • same activity. We find that a caricature of the inner organs would arise.
    • organisation; on the other hand, the imaginations which refer to outer
    • experiences are connected, neither with man's internal organisation nor
    • dream pictures that refer to internal organs, to the imaginations that
    • also refer to internal organs?
    • viewed ‘externally’, the pictures of man's inner organisation
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    • own or another's organs — or, perhaps, the whole human being as a
    • complete organism. You see, the appearance of the dream-world to
    • organism. Now the imaginative seer can dream too; and under certain
    • organs. This perception, too, changes for imaginative consciousness,
    • the lungs, liver, stomach, and, most of all, the brain as physical organs,
    • organs, which is such a spiritual process, these organs with their etheric
    • and limb organism appears to imaginative vision to be withering least
    • of man. The rhythmic organisation contained in the chest is the connecting
    • that the human heart appears as a remarkable organ. It, too, is seen
    • of the physical organ.
    • for man only apprehends this part of his organisation by dreaming of
    • we begin to study man's physical organisation imaginatively. We must
    • perceive his withering physical organisation. And if we look at what
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    • physical changes that are in your organism when you are thirsty were
    • accustom himself to use his organs — must learn to speak, for
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    • need any organization similar to that of the old churches, for it
    • of his Order. For today the Catholic Church is a compact organism,
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    • should be organized according to abstract principles, and that
    • organization. But what is to come as the spirit of the fifth
    • structure organized according to abstract principles, but requires
    • organism. For how little political measures avail against the Roman
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    • organized that it becomes permeated by a higher consciousness than
    • organs, to subdue it thoroughly. Just as the dream damps down the
    • happens in this respect, and has organized things extremely well. If
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    • lamb and a wolf. By means of the organs of perception available to
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    • Ein Organ, das in der Zukunft etwas viel Höheres, Vollkommeneres
    • sein wird als es gegenwärtig ist, stellt das Sprachorgan dar,
    • Organs gegeben, das einmal, wenn der Mensch vergeistigt sein wird,
    • Produktions- (Zeugungs-) Organ sein wird.
    • organisch herauswächst. Die mittleren Gebilde des
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    • haben. Ein Organ, das in der Zukunft etwas viel Höheres,
    • das Sprachorgan dar, mit allem, was am Menschen zu ihm
    • Organs gegeben, das einmal, wenn der Mensch vergeistigt sein
    • wird, Produktions- (Zeugungs-) Organ sein wird.
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    • man, derives from the corresponding organ or structure in the animal
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
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    • man, derives from the corresponding organ or structure in the animal
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
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    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
    • physical organs. When we are active and creative, we — so to
    • organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
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    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
    • physical organs. When we are active and creative, we — so to
    • organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
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    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
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    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
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    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • when we breathe. When we inhale, the breath is driven into the organism, up
    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • organism. The result of this was that there arose in the yogi an enhanced
    • of space. Space is not haphazard, but organized in such a way that the
    • his spirit-soul nature drew out of his organism.
    • soul and spirit of man are connected with the physical organism between
    • birth and death in accordance with the human organization as a whole. When
    • endured just to make his soul organism free. The ascetic experienced
    • the spiritual world with the soul organism that had been driven out
    • the fact that when man is completely bound up with his organism, as of
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    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • when we breathe. When we inhale, the breath is driven into the organism, up
    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • organism. The result of this was that there arose in the yogi an enhanced
    • of space. Space is not haphazard, but organized in such a way that the
    • his spirit-soul nature drew out of his organism.
    • soul and spirit of man are connected with the physical organism between
    • birth and death in accordance with the human organization as a whole. When
    • endured just to make his soul organism free. The ascetic experienced
    • the spiritual world with the soul organism that had been driven out
    • the fact that when man is completely bound up with his organism, as of
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    • Healing of the Social Organism.
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    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
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    • Healing of the Social Organism.
    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus,
    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • farmers' circle should only be an executive organ. From Dornach, you
    • no mere executive organs. To mention only one thing, which has been
    • likewise? Will the whole Organisation of the farm do likewise? Will
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
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    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • actual food. The food is there to stretch the organism, so to speak,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • do with any organic relic. It influences not only the single plants,
    • What if one uses inorganic manures?
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • Has liquid manure the same Ego-organising force as manure itself?
    • to the organising forces of the soil. The connection with the Ego applies
    • must not forget that electricity always works on the higher organisation,
    • the head-organisation both of man and animal; and correspondingly, on
    • the root-organisation in the plant. It works very strongly there. If,
    • foodstuffs to the parts of the organism where they should be working,
    • seen that they are especially fitted to influence the head-organisation.
    • not being sufficiently deposited at those parts of the organism which
    • to reach the place in the organism where it ought to work.
    • living organism.
    • the organism (the animal organism also, and the human to a still greater
    • that penetrates into the organism must undergo a complete change. What
    • (Diagram 23). Assume that you have here a living organism; here you
    • have a piece of wood, which, though it comes from a living organism,
    • organism the warmth cannot simply penetrate; it does not merely penetrate
    • upon by the living organism; it changes into warmth that has been assimilated
    • and transmuted by the living organism itself. Indeed, it cannot rightly
    • into our organism, for example — as it would penetrate into a
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • that his followers make him out to be. He wrote: “Inorganic forces
    • breed only inorganic substances. Through a higher force at work in living
    • bodies, of which inorganic forces are merely the servants, substances
    • the significance of soil-life, the earth as a living organism, the role
    • common knowledge. Recognition of biological, organic laws has now been
    • energy in the material form of organic matter. Thus our first concrete
    • task is the continuous creation of organic matter, storing up the potential
    • science, white ranking organic substance (humus) second on the list
    • by leaves and other plant organs. In the early thirties, spectrum analysis
    • Organisms
    • organisms play a very special rôle in humus formation and decay,
    • organs such as chromosomes. One-sided quantity-manuring gradually inhibits
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • initiated by a Freiburg scientist. He made organic mercury salts and
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • female organism, representing imitations of rhythms in outer
    • in the organs of the body).
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • regarded as mere mineral matter — including some organic
    • of the Earth is a kind of organ in that organism which reveals itself
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • say to ourselves: Above the human diaphragm there are certain organs
    • organs.
    • in man, the abdominal organs. On the other hand, that which takes
    • works upon the rest of our organism, notably in childhood, but also
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • organism will grow. The new organism, infinitely complex as it is,
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • complexity. The organism does not arise out of the seed in that way
    • seed-formation, the earthly process of organisation is carried to the
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • Universe. The parent organism has to play this part: through its
    • organism is built out of the Cosmos, it is also necessary for us to
    • preserve the cosmic process in the organism long enough — that
    • in the organisation of some plant before it reached the point of
    • their organic processes they bring forth just the amount of manure
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • paths in the human organism, we should perceive in it once more a
    • universal All, where there is nothing more of this organisation or
    • Indeed, the entire organism of the plant-world is dissolved into two
    • of nitrogen-breathing, and the entire organism of the plant-world is
    • at the remaining organs, which breathe in a far more hidden way and
    • placed in the total organism of the plant-world, like the single
    • human organs in the total organism of man. We must regard the several
    • plants are so organised as to bring to expression, most of all, what
    • cravings. See how it all becomes organic and alive! Take the chalk or
    • nothing for itself. It is like our own sense organs. They too do not
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • — this, for the most part, is received through the sense-organs,
    • in an even finer state through the sense-organs (even the eyes) —
    • Passage through the organism — Excretion in the widest sense.”
    • inorganic mineral earth with fruitful humus-substance, or with any waste
    • earth enough organic residues, and decomposing them sufficiently, to
    • the inner life of an organic entity also includes currents of forces
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • way — how the organic entity establishes the right relationship
    • organism — all that is inside the contours of the skin —
    • outer world, the organism must live in this way: through the contours
    • the scent-kindling life within it. So we might say: an organic body
    • outwardly. Towards the outer world, the organism — notably the
    • plant-organism — is predestined not to give off smell,
    • human organism.
    • in the human organism to which I now refer is plant-like; plant-like,
    • the question, why do cows have horns? I said just now that an organic
    • an organic entity — of a lumpy and massive shape. It would have
    • It would be very irregular; a lumpy organism — an ungainly creature.
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • well in modern times to treat the manure in various ways with inorganic
    • it is necessary not only to quicken and organise the water — for
    • can only do by working with organic matter, bringing it into
    • such a condition that it is able to organise and vitalise the solid
    • we need in the organic world are really set free — provided
    • to come together in the right way with other substances in the organic
    • of the plant organism which become rigid structure or framework in many
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • organic places. Yarrow stands out in Nature as though some creator of
    • working of yarrow in the animal or human organism —if you know
    • is intensely preserved, both in the human and in the animal organism,
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • draw them into an organic process.
    • which camomile undergoes in the human and animal organism, when taken
    • the camomile must undergo in the human or animal organism. In this case,
    • inner organisation — it is wonderfully similar to what the heart
    • is in the human organism. The stinging nettle is the greatest boon.
    • we can know precisely what happens in the organism in terms of modern
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • Earth by the Moon. It is indeed a strong and powerfully organising cosmic
    • (or with any one of its organs) than it should normally be. In such
    • of soil for other organisms. Parasites and fungoid growths arise all
    • the strange influence which equisetum arvense has upon the human organism
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • it would grow organised into a single entity. Down there in the soil
    • the saps and fluids would flow into one another. There would be an organised
    • Organically
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • more than organic, and involves working with the cosmos, earth, and
    • the organism, is altogether wrong. That is what they imagine nowadays,
    • the fact that a living organism is essentially different from a crystal
    • organism. But we should also understand the opposite pole. This is a
    • animal there is no such sharply outlined three-folding of the organism
    • organism and the organism of metabolism, and the limbs are well marked
    • organism more or less melts away — at least, in many animals it
    • does so. Something that still comes from the sense-organism passes into
    • the rhythmic; likewise, something that comes from the metabolic organism.
    • organisation, mainly localised in the head. There is the organisation
    • of metabolism and the limbs — organised in the posterior parts
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • animal organisation arises.
    • that is present as substances in the head-organisation, is composed
    • into the head-organisation. The whole embryonic organisation is so arranged
    • other hand, all that we have as substantiality in the organisation of
    • be from one that is able to make use of its senses, its organ of smell,
    • for the whole essence of the anima's organisation?
    • Cut out this noblest organ of the animal — the brain — there
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    • the inorganic world.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • himself into the inorganic world and seeks
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    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • himself into the inorganic world and seeks
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    • conditions and organizations, demons through intolerance, compulsion
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    • Working of the Saturn spirits through the sense organs; (Perfumes).
    • their organism, their separate members, down into the physical plane.
    • anchored in other parts of the present human organism. We will now see
    • future obtain control of other enclosed portions of the organism. Many
    • conveyed through the preparatory organs into the stomach, mixed and
    • into the body through minute vascular organs called the ‘villi’
    • through the whole human organism in certain vessels which very largely
    • in another aspect the organizer, creator, and controller of the circulation
    • to certain fluids pulsing through man, so can certain human organs be
    • way Saturn still works into man and among his inner bodily organs it
    • In a certain way the lungs represent the counter-organ to the liver.
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    • spiritual organisms, and how spiritual science leads us to the spiritual
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    • will go more exactly into the human organism and indicate how the development
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    • Albumen formation. Origin of sense organs. Origin of ash after
    • was then in existence, if I record which of the human organs had been
    • circulation has arisen from it, and the organ which existed for a long
    • time in man's evolution and which later disappeared was a shining warmth-organ,
    • being still had such an organ. At the place still remaining soft in
    • the head of an infant a kind of warmth-organ projected from man when
    • this lantern-like organ whether he might go here or there. Man possessed
    • this organ right into the third epoch, the Lemurian Age. I once told
    • it as an eye is not correct. It was a sort of warmth-organ which indicated
    • a goblet-shaped organ spreading out downwards to the first rudiments
    • up above one would have a sort of blood-organ. This was the appearance
    • of the organ in the earliest periods.
    • a rudimentary warmth-organ now began actually to shine. The human being
    • of cosmic music. And thus the substances in the living were organized
    • before there was a single cell. The cell is not the origin of the organism,
    • but what I have just described. The origin of the organism is spirit,
    • had to be born from a living creature. Organisms have never formed themselves
    • nerves that went to the sense organs. But the sense organs had not yet
    • who had not yet opened his sense-organs but who had a powerful gift
    • from the heart outwards. The heart was of course not such an organ as
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    • sense-organs; then on the Sun a glandular system developed: on the Moon
    • the depositing of this organic sub-stance, then the first thing on the
    • respect was already organically substantial, and last of all the mineral
    • and the later glandular system which was organized was really only able
    • felt with regard to their tribe as a limb feels on our organism. He
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    • very complicated organization. In all essentials the ego has its physical
    • body in the glandular system, the physical body in the physical organs
    • animal kingdom in possessing a finer material organization, namely,
    • the material organization that manifests the actual human intelligence.
    • that the moment some member of our organism is brought to a higher stage
    • organism. The rest of the organism must undergo a change. Why cannot
    • in its structure and organization which resembles the human instrument
    • destiny and his inner organization.
    • either uses his organization insufficiently, certain forces remain unused
    • or he penetrates too deeply into his organization and becomes too closely
    • were not able to wait, because they pressed into the earthly organs
    • and physical organization earlier. But the animals have group souls
    • the ape keeps something in the physical organization which cannot go
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    • are much farther apart in organization and they come together again
    • when they are so used a kind of organization is established, they come
    • into the other members they make use of the physical organs and consciousness
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    • conditions and organizations, demons through intolerance, compulsion
    • on the Earth, and is expressed in man's present sense-organs.
    • They were quite different organs on ancient Saturn, but their first
    • of sense-organs. On the Sun the etheric body was added, the physical
    • body went through a change, and the organs arose which we call today
    • through the impress of the astral body, were added those organs which
    • we know as the nerve organs. And finally on the Earth was added the
    • clear about this and realize particularly how the sense-organs, glands,
    • as your ego now descend into your organism. Every night the human organism
    • organized independently. Since this can be seen in advance, it has often
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    • head-organization. Once again a great event had taken
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    • physical and etheric organisation.
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    • You know, too, that there are sense organs in the astral body that are
    • entirely different from the sense organs in the physical body. We speak
    • physical. How do human beings form these organs of the future, which
    • foundation for organs in the future. There was a time when human beings
    • organs previously — by turning to the light they developed eyes.
    • sense organs of the future will be created.
    • in terms of the true, the beautiful, and the good will have normal organs
    • good then they will have crippled organs in the future. It is impossible
    • all future organs already laid out. The organs reveal themselves as
    • balance. If we rightly purify the astral body, an organ is created that
    • can be expressed pictorially by a rider with a balance. An organ in
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    • of organs that are developed in human beings into other forms. They
    • as voluntary muscle. The heart is on the way to becoming an organ with
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    • in the cosmos in a right way for the building up of the ether organism of the
    • spaces of the cosmos may be able to sink down to earth. This ether organism
    • of the human being is just as much an organized entity as is the physical
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • for spiritual vision, this physical organism is shone through and glowed by
    • the ether organism. The physical organism breathes in air, and breathes out
    • air. The ether organism breathes out light, and this light it gives to us.
    • human organism and united themselves with human life; and this very fact made
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    • in the cosmos in a right way for the building up of the ether organism of the
    • spaces of the cosmos may be able to sink down to earth. This ether organism
    • of the human being is just as much an organized entity as is the physical
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • for spiritual vision, this physical organism is shone through and glowed by
    • the ether organism. The physical organism breathes in air, and breathes out
    • air. The ether organism breathes out light, and this light it gives to us.
    • human organism and united themselves with human life; and this very fact made
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • his physical organs into the spiritual, super-sensible foundation of
    • the organs, of the life-forms and life processes. And since it is not
    • be found enclosed in organs affording the greatest protection against
    • and which, while organically connected with the brain, extends in
    • fundaments of the separate organs, we become aware (and we shall see
    • these organs, through its deeper significance in the case of man, may
    • have an entirely different task from that of the corresponding organ
    • here, however, with reference to the essential nature of the organs
    • that these organs, in their deeper significance, have the same task
    • spinal cord and a brain; and he will believe, since the same organs
    • are to be found in man and animal, that these organs must therefore
    • both of these organs from this standpoint. Which of the two must we
    • considered as the older organ. In other words, if we fix our
    • consider when we fix our attention objectively upon the organic mass
    • an organ at a first stage to the plan of an organ at a second stage,
    • leads to higher stages of perfection of the organ, or one which
    • causes the organ to degenerate and gradually to die. We might say
    • therefore, when we consider an organ like our spinal cord as it is
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • ever more exactly the exterior organism of man, in order that we may
    • human organism in all reverence, as a revelation of the spiritual
    • the human organism in its stupendous complexity must be the most
    • disposed rather more within the organs. And yet this would be only a
    • moment, we keep the most important systems of organs apart one from
    • organs, or systems of instruments, of the human organism to be
    • point of the whole human organism... And here even a superficial
    • prepare them for further digestive work in the physical organism of
    • downward from the mouth, in the form of a tube, to the organ which
    • over by the remaining digestive organs into the organism of the human
    • the stomach, there is this system of organs called the lymph-system,
    • third of these systems of organs, the blood-vessel system itself,
    • human organism and having the heart as the central point of all its
    • convey the blood to all parts of our organism; that the blood goes
    • organism, and then is carried back to the heart by means of other
    • organism.
    • organism, namely, the blood-and-heart system. Let us, moreover, keep
    • used in the organism. Notice, that everything which I intend to draw
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • that we can see in the purely organic, physical inner life of man a
    • organs, is present in our liver, our gall-bladder, and our spleen. We
    • the upper extremity of our organism, courses through the brain in
    • come into relationship with the inner organs among which we have
    • blood does not in these organs come into contact with any sort of
    • outside world because they do not open outward as do the organs of
    • sense, but are enclosed within the organism, are covered on all sides
    • and consequently develop only an inner life. Moreover, these organs
    • is being written upon from outside through the sense-organs; and the
    • influence upon the blood as the inner organs have.” For these
    • three organs, the liver, the gall-bladder and the spleen, work, as we
    • able to receive radiations and influences from the inner organs, and
    • of these organs, just as everything which surrounds us in the world
    • make possible the action of these organs upon the blood. Let us
    • influences are to be exercised upon the blood, if the inner organs,
    • the blood, there must be inserted between these organs and the blood
    • inserted between the circulating blood and our inner organs —
    • shows us that this really is the case, that in all these organs is
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • with the significance of one of those organs which represent an
    • functions of the other human organs and organic systems.
    • of the spleen from the human organism is thoroughly compatible with
    • the fact that what we call the human organism, as seen by means of
    • our external senses, and also everything we see in this organism as
    • as a physical organism (as we shall explain further) are higher,
    • super-sensible human organisms called the ether-body or life-body, the
    • astral body and the ego; and that we have in this physical organism
    • organ such as the spleen we think of it in the spiritual-scientific
    • moreover, that the more any one of the organs is the direct
    • organ, that is, what we have before us as physical substance, the
    • the physical organ merely the physical expression of the
    • the case, of course, in inanimate, inorganic Nature; but not in the
    • same way in animate, organic Nature. When there are no other causes
    • present in the organism as a whole it is not necessary that the
    • organ; for this physical organ, in its physical nature, is only a
    • in the first place, with that organ only; but beyond that with a
    • which are integral parts of the organism still continue their work.
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • anthroposophical sense, a “physical organ,” or rather the
    • “physical expression of an organ.” For you have already
    • removed a physical organ such as this, there still remains in the
    • organism the inner vital activity which should be carried on by the
    • organ. From this we already see, and I beg you most earnestly to
    • it were, everything physically visible and perceptible in an organ
    • such as this (it is not possible in the case of every organ) and yet
    • there still remains the functioning, the activity of the organ, with
    • what is super-sensible in the human organism. But, on the other hand,
    • when we speak on the basis of our spiritual science about such organs
    • case of such an organ as the spleen we must think, to begin with,
    • organism which we have directly before us, this super-sensible
    • we see as a physical-sensible organ is such that physical matter,
    • does the organ become a physical thing. We may say, therefore, that
    • the reason why, for instance, a physical-sensible organ is visible at
    • in which we see it in the external organ of the spleen when we study
    • all the different organs in the human organism as being first planned
    • as super-sensible organs, and then, under the influence of the most
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • man, as a physical organisation, separates himself from the outside
    • the human organism entirely in the light in which we have had to do
    • this human organism itself, with its various force-systems, which
    • organism is a system of forces of a nature so self-determined that it
    • the combined activity of all the force-systems of the organism. If,
    • the organism, then we should have to presuppose that it must actually
    • belonging to his total organisation. As a matter of fact, if we look
    • into what belongs to this total organisation of man, we shall find
    • the entire organism.
    • form, is an essential member of the whole organisation, we must
    • conclude that this whole organisation must be active by means of the
    • in the skin what constitutes the expression, or the bodily organ, of
    • hindrance in itself is brought about by means of the organs of
    • glands. Glands are organs of secretion; and, in so far as
    • off within itself. We must presuppose, therefore, that such organs of
    • secretion, similar to those we have everywhere else in the organism,
    • find, in the skin organs of secretion, glands of the greatest
    • conveying of substances from one organ to another. At this point we
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • lectures, to form the impression that the different systems of organs
    • variety of ways in the combination of processes within the organism.
    • activities at work in the different systems of organs to higher,
    • super-sensible members of the human organism. We had to assert, for
    • everything that goes on in the depths of man's organisation,
    • active such as enables man to evolve an organ for the life of his
    • bony system in man, as related to his whole organisation, consists in
    • something of this kind in the human organisation, and we must be
    • organism in such a manner that they are finally filtered into a form
    • most essential elements in the inner organisation of man is that
    • advance still further in our understanding of the human organism, it
    • relation of the more or less conscious soul-life to our organism
    • material processes in the organism, whether endued with life
    • within our organism. And it is precisely this fact that is of the
    • thought-process there is a corresponding process within our organism;
    • down as the physical organism. Let us take first the process of
    • pure and unalloyed form. What happens in our organism when such
    • a thought, there takes place in our organism a process which we may
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • processes in the organs, the "warmth" function of the blood and its
    • organisation. Through this picture it will be possible for us to have
    • human organisation. Here again our best procedure will be to start
    • between the human organisation and the outer world, our earth, in the
    • diverse actions of the organs to the separate members of the human
    • organisation, to all the individual systems constituting the physical
    • fundamentally considered, what the human organism succeeds in doing
    • human organisation, apart from this impressing of nutritive
    • substances into the organism, is, fundamentally viewed, something
    • which fills out the human organism, you retain as a physical
    • organisation even less than a mere physical sack, if I may be
    • to conceive the human organism as a system of super-sensible forces
    • those processes should occur which do occur in the human organism. It
    • must be, then, that this human organism confronts the very first
    • coming from the spiritual worlds; the organism must really be
    • you descend to the nethermost boundary of the human organisation, you
    • matter does the human organism become a physical-sensible organism,
    • we may say. And so everything which enters into the human organism as
    • present as an integral part of the human organism, something which
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    • The Work of Elementary Beings on Human Organs
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    • body, he looks with spiritual organs into the spiritual worlds? If he
    • — pictures harmoniously arranged, organic pictures, pictures
    • were, using their own soul-spiritual forces to organise cosmic bodies
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    • call man, with his own peculiar organisation, into existence, that is
    • functions are in his trunk and his limbs, and that the organ of his
    • chemical combinations, the organisation of substances such as we can
    • organises matter just as the tone produced by the bow of a violin
    • organises the Chladni sound-figures. But into this condition brought
    • idea of this finer etheric element permeating the organising
    • light which organised the surging of the elementary part, the
    • the power which organises the human form? There can be no human form
    • unless it be organised by forces emanating from the brain. Our own
    • form is organised by the highest spiritual forces streaming out from
    • our own spiritual part. The lower is always organised by the higher.
    • lower part, was organised by their higher bodily part, the
    • possession of what has been cast out, and organises it, and we can
    • wabohu was organised, raised out of the disorder of the
    • trunk and limbs, organised through the power of the head, then you
    • whole cosmos. And out of the spiritual organs in haschamayim
    • he organises himself. When we think of all the streams of energy
    • we may venture to picture it as a macrocosmic man organising
    • would have to feel itself inwardly organised in such a way that it
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    • organs of sense such as we have today have followed what we are told
    • organised the complicated differentiations within it, were the very
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    • substances as an organising principle, causing chemical combinations
    • spiritual sound organises material existence according to number and
    • looks for the forces which organise matter into the solid state, it
    • states, must consist in the fact that the organising, tonic or
    • find? We should expect the sound-ether to set to work to organise
    • is organised when we pass across the plate the bow of a violin, and
    • tonic or sound-ether set to work to organise matter in a certain
    • elementary matter and organises it, just as sound takes hold of the
    • organised, so the elementary mass is organised through the radiation
    • to work to organise it. As the powder is organised in the case of the
    • light and organising sound had poured in. There should be some phrase
    • is not merely an organising, a creative activity within the sphere of
    • and organising, and they are at work too in the earth evolution.
    • higher organising powers had brought light into existence, they then
    • confusion; and there followed boker, organisation.”
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    • world has been organised, we find that each age has a number of
    • Beings were the organising powers.
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    • group, and later become directed out of a unified organism. This real
    • unity, in which the Elohim act as the organs of a body, the Bible
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    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • organic consciousness, a projection outwards into space of
    • one's own inner being. Such an organic consciousness was quite
    • be taken quite seriously. All man's organs have been formed by
    • the organs of vision. During the Moon period, the main task of the
    • construction of our organs. First these organs have to be built up;
    • is due to the fact that organs have first been formed for it. The
    • sense organs, as purely physical organs, had already been formed on
    • period the organs acquired an inner life. Thus on Saturn the eye was
    • transformed into an organ of perception, an organ of consciousness.
    • organs were, so to say, drawn forth from the Beings. During the earth
    • it drew forth our organs; and what was perceived by man at that time
    • was this work upon his own organs. He perceived it in the form of
    • the work of elementary existence upon the human organs. During the
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    • being fashioned as an organ within the Elohim, the Archai and so on
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    • clairvoyant organs of perception. It was during the time lasting from
    • organisation. Let us look at the human being for a moment. Today we
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    • sure of what takes place within our organism, where processes may
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • neck, then the shoulders, the thorax, etc., even as in an organism
    • an organic structure.
    • sense-organ is turned to some external object, the perception can be
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • Those who reach such an organic-morphological way of thinking which
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • upon the physical organism.
    • organism. Let me now give you an example, an elementary but
    • physical organism which he formerly required. The forces which push
    • appear. They exist however in the whole physical organism.
    • second teeth were latent forces, bound up with the physical organism.
    • bodily organisation are inter-related. This is not seen
    • whereas formerly they were submerged in the physical organism.
    • organisation. This is what is presented in the tableau which I have
    • them either by discarding them from our soul, or the organism sees to
    • other, even as in a living organism one limb is connected with the
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    • sure of what takes place within our organism, where processes may
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • another. Even as in the human organism we cannot pass over at will
    • neck, then the shoulders, the thorax, etc., even as in an organism
    • an organic structure.
    • sense-organ is turned to some external object, the perception can be
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • Those who reach such an organic-morphological way of thinking which
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • upon the physical organism.
    • organism. Let me now give you an example, an elementary but
    • physical organism which he formerly required. The forces which push
    • appear. They exist however in the whole physical organism.
    • second teeth were latent forces, bound up with the physical organism.
    • bodily organisation are inter-related. This is not seen
    • whereas formerly they were submerged in the physical organism.
    • organisation. This is what is presented in the tableau which I have
    • them either by discarding them from our soul, or the organism sees to
    • other, even as in a living organism one limb is connected with the
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    • super-sensible world first needs a healthy organ of perception, just
    • as healthy sense organs are needed for outer sense observation. The
    • second thing one needs, in addition to the organ of perception, is a
    • condition, despite complete knowledge of his organ impairment, to
    • sense organs. I bring this up only as a
    • real organs of spirit through which he can look into the
    • super-sensible world. These spiritual organs must be developed in the
    • development of the higher spiritual organs, which can be brought
    • surrenders itself to the object, leads to unsound organs of spiritual
    • organs. Here we are again at the point that we have often mentioned
    • unsound spiritual organs.
    • unsound intelligence, lead to faulty spiritual organs, so will a
    • developed. The spiritual organs and the super-sensible consciousness
    • ordinary life only because he does not have the appropriate organs to
    • human being is endowed with the higher organs of observation. If what
    • has transformed itself into an organ of perception for the spiritual
    • means wanting to enter the spiritual world with inadequate organs of
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    • super-sensible world first needs a healthy organ of perception, just
    • as healthy sense organs are needed for outer sense observation. The
    • second thing one needs, in addition to the organ of perception, is a
    • condition, despite complete knowledge of his organ impairment, to
    • sense organs. I bring this up only as a
    • real organs of spirit through which he can look into the
    • super-sensible world. These spiritual organs must be developed in the
    • development of the higher spiritual organs, which can be brought
    • surrenders itself to the object, leads to unsound organs of spiritual
    • organs. Here we are again at the point that we have often mentioned
    • unsound spiritual organs.
    • unsound intelligence, lead to faulty spiritual organs, so will a
    • developed. The spiritual organs and the super-sensible consciousness
    • ordinary life only because he does not have the appropriate organs to
    • human being is endowed with the higher organs of observation. If what
    • has transformed itself into an organ of perception for the spiritual
    • means wanting to enter the spiritual world with inadequate organs of
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    • eyes, my brain, my organism, and are active in me, these very same
    • organisation.’ Thus Atlantean man feels that he too has his
    • from this that the human organism, the entire bodily constitution,
    • its organisation of muscle and bone, is substantially denser, more
    • faculty of clairvoyance. And because this organism of ours has become
    • For even in the earlier postAtlantean times the human organisation
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • organisation of the human body, they had to become less active; man
    • the withdrawal of Demeter from the bodily organisation in the course
    • itself. In primeval times this ether body was so organised that the
    • Demeter. There is in our organisation this threefold development
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • upon the human organism. The endowment of one aspect of the threefold
    • of pictures, work in the human organisation in a threefold way. They
    • to physical organs. But because, after the old Hebrew civilisation
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    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • flash up, and felt that they were the same forces which organised the
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    • We go about among men, but with organs of perception for the outer
    • can only contemplate its manifestation through the organs of the
    • the human organism, the highest and the lowest, show a very
    • physical organism as maya — that is to say, it is not
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    • organisation in general, for knowledge, or let us say to begin with,
    • organisation. What becomes evident through the work of the brain is
    • human organisation. The mirror of the brain is needed in order that
    • organisation. If, as an earthly being today, man had not this
    • reflecting bodily organism, primarily the brain, he would still think
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. en we wis
    • external physical organism; it all takes place in the adjacent
    • environment of this our physical bodily organisation. That is how we
    • physical bodily organism, without man's having any direct
    • organism is undoubtedly from the Earth, since it consists of the
    • bodily organism into a mirror of our spiritual life.
    • gentle trial; it is very slight, and since the organisation of
    • penetrate at all into what we are as physical bodily organism; it is
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • organisation. The Mysteries could not confine man within the limits
    • human organism. That one speaks of ‘Dichtung’ in German
    • his external bodily organisation, the pupil must divest himself of
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    • can best be illustrated in a particular organic system of the human
    • being in man's physical organism his blood circulation with its
    • We have been describing a particular organic system which from the
    • have an inherent tendency to condense to this physical organic
    • Moon condensed to such an organic system, not only that what was in
    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • etheric forces have condensed to a system of organs they are not
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • of the organic system, so that what was there before and had
    • gradually lapsed into this organic condition, now emerges from it
    • substance of such an organic system. For clairvoyant sight something
    • physical brain-organ respond in harmony with these etheric currents
    • organisation unscathed, that they do not leave the heart in the same
    • at a relatively subordinate stage of world-organisation, but the
    • from which our bodily organisation, has also sprung, derives from the
    • from two sides. Our organisation as a whole, with all that is
    • organisation. Something would have to stream into us from without,
    • resurrection, a revivification of what had first organised us and
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    • densification of the body is taking place in the human organisation.
    • knowledge of what takes place within our own organisation. I tried to
    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • constitute it as an organism in which we are embedded.
    • outwards laid hold of the human organisation. They are the same
    • organisation. The complex human form has come into existence because
    • forms which underlay them were not organised in the same way as the
    • organised that they always waited for the right moment, that they
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • instrument is an organ in which part of the current which comes from
    • organically the place where through the instrument of the blood the
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    • that it experiences what its own organisation is. Under modern
    • been added to its organisation on the Earth. What it received on the
    • the brain was the last human organ to be developed; the rest of the
    • human organisation was worked into man earlier by the Spirits of the
    • continues to work on the organisation of the brain; that is something
    • the organ of speech lies in the third convolution of the brain, and
    • that this organ must be in order if a man is to understand the sounds
    • developed in the brain from out of the macrocosm. The organ of speech
    • comes from speaking, not speaking from the speech-organ. That is what
    • into the sphere of our own organisation, with the Christ we penetrate
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    • of the sense-organs. This Thought-activity upon sense-experience began to
    • psycho-physical organism of thought, which made this possible, originated
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    • organism which could be the vehicle of the incarnating
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    • worlds, and were to incarnate in an unsuitable physical organism, such
    • misconceptions. That man's bodily organism is the temple of the soul
    • vessels of the brain, was so organised that what we call knowledge
    • outward expression depends upon the physical body being organised in
    • organism which until then had been the work of the gods and which had
    • develop a particular organism to further stages only if it is used in
    • universe, has organised the human physical body according to the principles
    • of a suitable bodily organism. So down the generations from Abraham
    • birth of the bodily organism in which Zarathustra could reincarnate.
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    • to him complete, along with the inspirations themselves. The organism
    • They were chosen from the first, in order to develop a human organism
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    • for the rest of the organism. The older we grow the younger the
    • no hands. Man has made his hands organs of thought. In the hands,
    • remembers former incarnations. The remaining organisms are
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    • for the rest of the organism. The older we grow the younger the
    • column above the limb system and the rest of the human organism. We
    • egg is formed in the maternal organism. That of course is heresy in
    • human head forms first in the maternal organism — so too is it
    • of the organism attached to the head. The whole of man's outer
    • our organism takes place slowly. Our head hurries on with its
    • knowledge, the rest of the organism does not. This has a profoundly
    • the organism needs the whole time up to death for this assimilation.
    • organism; the latter has more time and moves three times as slow; the
    • knowledge compatible with the rest of the organism. It stops at
    • A knowledge in which the whole of the rest of the organism can be
    • previously so prepared that the rest of the organism does not receive
    • of his organism which follows in its development is only a third or
    • this elaboration by the remaining organism was three times that
    • organism is something that can pass over to the head at the next
    • organism but remain in the same forms borne by the rest of the
    • organism during life; man carries these during the time between death
    • incarnation; and in the rest of our organism something which
    • the rest of the organism. It needs, however, an exceptionally
    • that also all belonging to the rest of the organism, though at
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    • We know that we produce our words through the vocal organs, the words
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    • ascending stream of its existence, and our physical organisation
    • are no longer organised to bring fully to consciousness our
    • of his organism. This has a certain consequence, namely, that at the
    • of his organism, man cannot fully attain to what would be possible
    • were his body more finely organised. Thus, whether we pass through
    • when the organism was finer there was a certain conscious looking
    • he is of a finely organised soul, feels as though he received a blow.
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    • no hands. Man has made his hands organs of thought. In the hands,
    • to life as a whole, we should try to realise how many germs organised
    • in his organism that he retains his thoughts within him, in his
    • as much ‘organs of thought’ as the etheric part of the
    • is so organised that only the coarser reasoning activity of hands and
    • general organism that they are the organs of thought for his destiny.
    • it only observes the human organism very crudely, and naturally comes
    • human organism before meeting the earth; it passes through the
    • the diaphragm of the organism. The orientation of his organism to the
    • the fact is connected that his arms and hands are organised
    • deals with himself, when thus organised from the cosmos, that
    • hands on their part can grasp destiny, just as the organisation of
    • as regards inorganic nature, but is not as yet observed with regard
    • only consider his head but his whole organism — man does in
    • process of destruction takes place in our organism. This process is
    • man's spiritual organism — also called lotus-flowers (see
    • help of our astral lotus-flower organisation; they will ray through
    • our lotus-flower organisation as a light going from us — and
    • Thus we see how man is so organised
    • one, the element so connected with the physical organisation of man
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    • the members of a single organism. As each finger, each lobe of the
    • ear, all belonging to our organism, stands in connection the one with
    • things, this organic penetration into things, it remains in the
    • organ develops at the expense of another organ, in an unlawful way,
    • feeling that the life of the whole community is an organism. That
    • takes place in our organism to-day, but remains unconscious,
    • the hands and arms which are really the organs for their reception.
    • feel outer impressions sympathetically with our arm-organism, the
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    • remembers former incarnations. The remaining organisms are
    • opened; and because we can feel that our being lives in an organic
    • not as regards the rest of his organism. In order to understand the
    • certain additional organs of still greater significance; this
    • his head, man is descended from the oldest organism, all the rest
    • organisation is, on the other hand, a preliminary condition for later
    • organised quite differently from the rest of the organism. The head
    • is an ossified organ. The fact is that if man had not the rest of his
    • organism, he would certainly be very spiritualised, — but a
    • the organism only to that of the Moon, and indeed to the later part
    • physical organism only came into being at a time when it was no
    • ourselves are included in this duality. We have not only the organic
    • development of the head and that of the rest of the organism,
    • rapid, and that of the rest of the organism — we will call it
    • organism, which develops three or four times as slowly, that we
    • that of the heart, of the rest of the organism, three or four times
    • and youth our head organism can absorb a great deal, therefore
    • the slower evolutionary progress of the rest of the organs, the
    • articulated as a dead organism into the slower progress of the
    • prescribed for it, but also that from which the rest of the organism
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    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • the human being is organised in such a way that the ego and astral
    • bodies must make use of the physical sense organs in order to become
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
    • physical world through the sense organs. It is different during
    • world. The human being has sense organs in the astral body which
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    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • the human being is organised in such a way that the ego and astral
    • bodies must make use of the physical sense organs in order to become
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
    • physical world through the sense organs. It is different during
    • world. The human being has sense organs in the astral body which
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    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • head organisation teaches us something that eludes ordinary
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • because our head is organised that way, death is at work in us
    • directly imprint into man's physical organisation the super-sensible
    • organisation. This finer body is the formative force — a thing
    • the motor nerves. The sensory nerves run from our sense organs (so
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • organisation. In contrast to this head organisation, which I
    • dying, we discover that this organisation is constantly in the
    • developing all the time. Thus through the head organisation on the
    • organisation, the second super-sensible member of man's being, we
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    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • Reorganization of the Social Organism.
    • Neuegestaltung des Sozialen Organismus.
    • organisation and the organisation that comes to expression in man's
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • head organisation teaches us something that eludes ordinary
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • because our head is organised that way, death is at work in us
    • directly imprint into man's physical organisation the super-sensible
    • organisation. This finer body is the formative force — a thing
    • the motor nerves. The sensory nerves run from our sense organs (so
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • organisation. In contrast to this head organisation, which I
    • dying, we discover that this organisation is constantly in the
    • developing all the time. Thus through the head organisation on the
    • organisation, the second super-sensible member of man's being, we
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
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    • organised thinking of the present day, — we have not developed
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    • organised thinking of the present day, — we have not developed
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    • In the human organism we have, in the first
    • parasite upon the rest of the organism. This is not so. If a brief
    • of the human organism. It is a general assumption of modern natural
    • organism. The feeling-life of man is connected directly with the
    • seemingly lowest division of the human organism — the metabolic
    • the three members of the physical organism — to the system of
    • organisation they are by no means absolutely the same the whole Earth
    • characteristic. The whole organisation of man as we see him in the
    • organ of thinking just as the oriental uses the organs connected with
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    • In the human organism we have, in the first
    • parasite upon the rest of the organism. This is not so. If a brief
    • of the human organism. It is a general assumption of modern natural
    • organism. The feeling-life of man is connected directly with the
    • seemingly lowest division of the human organism — the metabolic
    • the three members of the physical organism — to the system of
    • organisation they are by no means absolutely the same the whole Earth
    • characteristic. The whole organisation of man as we see him in the
    • organ of thinking just as the oriental uses the organs connected with
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    • organism enshrining man, an organism whose soul is
    • animals and whose sense-organs are the crystals. All the
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
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    • organism enshrining man, an organism whose soul is
    • animals and whose sense-organs are the crystals. All the
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
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    • etheric organisation. What takes place there, rises up into
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • then how man is organised materially as man; one learns to know to
    • what extent this material organisation is in control; but one
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • organisation. If it were not necessary out of a certain basis to
    • organism.
    • the activities of the organs and the reproductive process in us, damp
    • down our ordinary consciousness of the depths of the human organism,
    • it has its motive in pure thinking, substance in the human organism is
    • to death this process is latent in the human organism. An up-building
    • intuition, we live such a human life that, out of its organism,
    • other words, we see within the cosmos, in the human organism,
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    • etheric organisation. What takes place there, rises up into
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • then how man is organised materially as man; one learns to know to
    • what extent this material organisation is in control; but one
    • organism and make room for the thoughts, the ideas, then these
    • organisation. If it were not necessary out of a certain basis to
    • organism.
    • the activities of the organs and the reproductive process in us, damp
    • down our ordinary consciousness of the depths of the human organism,
    • it has its motive in pure thinking, substance in the human organism is
    • to death this process is latent in the human organism. An up-building
    • intuition, we live such a human life that, out of its organism,
    • other words, we see within the cosmos, in the human organism,
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    • the organisation of man. Hence, it should be quite easy for each one
    • appears from a new standpoint, with the organisation of man as it is
    • first two, we may say that the sense-organs and the nervous system in
    • our physical organism serve as the instruments of this ordinary
    • consciousness — the sense-organs being the more important,
    • consciousness. Our organism is indeed constructed in such a way that
    • organism in short, the more or less healthy force of breathing.
    • the influencing of that inner organism which consists of what we have
    • organism is either a furthering one, during the whole of a man's
    • sent down into his organism something beneficial — something in
    • were, to other parts of his organism also — besides his
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • organism. He plunges down from the sphere of impotence of his
    • sub-consciousness upon his organism. If, after a period of
    • of our physical organism this would correspond to what actually
    • in ourselves thereby, and form new life-forces in our organism. The
    • his own organism. And if he has now formed an Imigination of the
    • organ itself; and he has now reached this region, here) — the
    • own physical organisation. Thus he retraces the path and returns to
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    • the organisation of man. Hence, it should be quite easy for each one
    • appears from a new standpoint, with the organisation of man as it is
    • first two, we may say that the sense-organs and the nervous system in
    • our physical organism serve as the instruments of this ordinary
    • consciousness — the sense-organs being the more important,
    • consciousness. Our organism is indeed constructed in such a way that
    • organism in short, the more or less healthy force of breathing.
    • the influencing of that inner organism which consists of what we have
    • organism is either a furthering one, during the whole of a man's
    • sent down into his organism something beneficial — something in
    • were, to other parts of his organism also — besides his
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • organism. He plunges down from the sphere of impotence of his
    • sub-consciousness upon his organism. If, after a period of
    • of our physical organism this would correspond to what actually
    • in ourselves thereby, and form new life-forces in our organism. The
    • his own organism. And if he has now formed an Imigination of the
    • organ itself; and he has now reached this region, here) — the
    • own physical organisation. Thus he retraces the path and returns to
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    • born in a body so organized that it was possible for him to develop
    • Gospel had to have a high soul-spiritual organization in his
    • organization, which was inherited, for his soul to be born
    • physical organization was the contribution of the ancient Hebrews to
    • generation to the next, that is, the perfected organization of
    • organization was appropriate for the revelations from outside,
    • organization corresponds to the great cosmic laws. The brain had to
    • through the generations. In the organic structure of this people,
    • between certain physical organs and the clairvoyant organs.
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    • with a watch. The comparison of the human organism to a watch
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    • manifold forms of disease, even imitating organic diseases —
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    • manifold forms of disease, even imitating organic diseases —
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    • science, and, at the same time, when organic and spiritual fields are
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • organisation. One also knows to-day — and from accepted science
    • organism, as the three dimensions linked to our own subjective being.
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • kinetic relations between organic structures. Briefly, this fact
    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • exactly the same inner organisation as Plato, Aristotle or Scotus
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    • science, and, at the same time, when organic and spiritual fields are
    • organised speech centre in a certain area of the brain, the so-called
    • organisation. One also knows to-day — and from accepted science
    • organism, as the three dimensions linked to our own subjective being.
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • kinetic relations between organic structures. Briefly, this fact
    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • exactly the same inner organisation as Plato, Aristotle or Scotus
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    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • the human organism built in a definite way.
    • one's way into the human organism in order to have the three
    • formation, man's chest organism; they are formed as copies of his
    • said that the respiratory organisation, working in a refined state
    • metabolic organisation, through the formation of the mouth, offers
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • and song, through a definite group of organs, as a revelation of his
    • form. The movements of his vocal cords, his tongue and other organs
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • only a more complicated leaf. In every single organ he sees a whole
    • organic being metamorphosed in some way or other, and the whole
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • metamorphosis of one single organic system: the glottal system. If
    • song and speech from one specialised organ. One is within the
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    • all that is symmetrically built into the human organism; and in the
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • the human organism built in a definite way.
    • one's way into the human organism in order to have the three
    • formation, man's chest organism; they are formed as copies of his
    • said that the respiratory organisation, working in a refined state
    • metabolic organisation, through the formation of the mouth, offers
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • and song, through a definite group of organs, as a revelation of his
    • form. The movements of his vocal cords, his tongue and other organs
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • only a more complicated leaf. In every single organ he sees a whole
    • organic being metamorphosed in some way or other, and the whole
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • metamorphosis of one single organic system: the glottal system. If
    • song and speech from one specialised organ. One is within the
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    • over the whole human organism. If it were to spread out over the
    • organism, turns it into a preparation, places it under a microscope,
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    • over the whole human organism. If it were to spread out over the
    • organism, turns it into a preparation, places it under a microscope,
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    • as in the other parts of the human organism. In the brain there
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    • as in the other parts of the human organism. In the brain there
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    • you like your own fingers. The whole earth is an organism, and the
    • organism and all the plants as members of this common organism. The
    • the earth, if we consider the earth as an organism. Before this, the
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    • you like your own fingers. The whole earth is an organism, and the
    • organism and all the plants as members of this common organism. The
    • the earth, if we consider the earth as an organism. Before this, the
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    • itself from the body and, without using the physical organs,
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    • itself from the body and, without using the physical organs,
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • in the physical organism of Western humanity in scientific
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    • in the physical organism of Western humanity in scientific
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    • the ego. By acknowledging how disorganised we become if we do
    • to use the external organs of his body. During the experience
    • sense organs. Hence we must say that man is united with some
    • his bodily organs. Obviously he cannot be asleep, for then it
    • destructively on our bodily organism, at night, on the
    • approach death. We see how the bodily organism gradually
    • that in earlier years we gave over to our bodily organism
    • experience independently of their bodily organs. It is also
    • ear, or from any bodily organ, for it is then outside
    • bodily organs harmonise with the life of the soul. It would
    • working on moulding the bodily organs so that the still soft
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    • the ego. By acknowledging how disorganised we become if we do
    • to use the external organs of his body. During the experience
    • sense organs. Hence we must say that man is united with some
    • his bodily organs. Obviously he cannot be asleep, for then it
    • destructively on our bodily organism, at night, on the
    • approach death. We see how the bodily organism gradually
    • that in earlier years we gave over to our bodily organism
    • experience independently of their bodily organs. It is also
    • ear, or from any bodily organ, for it is then outside
    • bodily organs harmonise with the life of the soul. It would
    • working on moulding the bodily organs so that the still soft
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    • what they are inwardly. He cannot see it with outer organs of
    • sense. He must first get out of the sense-organs —
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    • what they are inwardly. He cannot see it with outer organs of
    • sense. He must first get out of the sense-organs —
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    • limb-organisation, extending it — naturally to cover
    • the organs associated with the limbs, then we have something
    • the ages of Saturn, Sun, Moon. He takes his organism back
    • from its earthly form to what it was as Saturn organism, Sun
    • organism, Moon organism. Similarly; his limb-organism, as
    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • will go through reorganisation, during the embodiments of
    • organism.
    • future can grow out of the past, then man's limb-organisation
    • — that today here and there some society may organise
    • organisation, which is continually trying to make the
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    • limb-organisation, extending it — naturally to cover
    • the organs associated with the limbs, then we have something
    • the ages of Saturn, Sun, Moon. He takes his organism back
    • from its earthly form to what it was as Saturn organism, Sun
    • organism, Moon organism. Similarly; his limb-organism, as
    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • will go through reorganisation, during the embodiments of
    • organism.
    • future can grow out of the past, then man's limb-organisation
    • — that today here and there some society may organise
    • organisation, which is continually trying to make the
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    • he is also experiencing the outer world. If an organ
    • of those forces in the human organism which cause growth in
    • part of the organism being lifted out of the sphere of purely
    • connected with the nerves is that a kind of soul-organism
    • conditions, some organ of cognition is so affected that this
    • soul-organism does not work through itself alone but that the
    • bodily organ with its animal functions is working as well
    • — this is due to disease or weakness of the organ
    • and visions arise. What is organic activity in the vision
    • functions are surging upwards into the soul-organism.
    • soul-organism. What ought to be serving quite different
    • hallucinations and visions arise because some bodily organ so
    • the bodily organism comes to light through it. This condition
    • toned down and assert themselves in the soul-organism in a
    • to penetrate into his bodily organism. He endeavours so to
    • mediumship. Just as man's organism of thinking
    • — I say expressly ‘organism of thinking’,
    • as the organism of thinking can bring about hallucinations
    • when certain organs are put out of action, when the mechanism
    • most of these cases, what penetrates into the human organism
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    • he is also experiencing the outer world. If an organ
    • of those forces in the human organism which cause growth in
    • part of the organism being lifted out of the sphere of purely
    • connected with the nerves is that a kind of soul-organism
    • conditions, some organ of cognition is so affected that this
    • soul-organism does not work through itself alone but that the
    • bodily organ with its animal functions is working as well
    • — this is due to disease or weakness of the organ
    • and visions arise. What is organic activity in the vision
    • functions are surging upwards into the soul-organism.
    • soul-organism. What ought to be serving quite different
    • hallucinations and visions arise because some bodily organ so
    • the bodily organism comes to light through it. This condition
    • toned down and assert themselves in the soul-organism in a
    • to penetrate into his bodily organism. He endeavours so to
    • mediumship. Just as man's organism of thinking
    • — I say expressly ‘organism of thinking’,
    • as the organism of thinking can bring about hallucinations
    • when certain organs are put out of action, when the mechanism
    • most of these cases, what penetrates into the human organism
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    • his whole organism is built up materially. With equal certainty,
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    • and other organs, but that the Spirit has departed from the study of
    • we perceive him with all his organs and structures has been created
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • theories lose sight of the human being as such, and want to organise
    • observing the different organs, or the various processes which are
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • organism.
    • disease has its source in disturbances of the organs, in
    • enlargements and contractions of the organs in man. A so-called
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • a healthy organism, have come into contact with defective
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • time before the moment when the defect becomes organically
    • psychical disease is invariably connected with some organic
    • mental or psychical diseases lies in the organic system of the
    • organology when the Spirit can be traced in the most minute parts of
    • organism, when they really understand the connection between the
    • organism and the soul that is sick, and when they know how the
    • organism. Spiritual Science teaches, moreover, that one cannot get to
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    • and other organs, but that the Spirit has departed from the study of
    • we perceive him with all his organs and structures has been created
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • theories lose sight of the human being as such, and want to organise
    • observing the different organs, or the various processes which are
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • organism.
    • disease has its source in disturbances of the organs, in
    • enlargements and contractions of the organs in man. A so-called
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • a healthy organism, have come into contact with defective
    • organs, with a diseased instead of a healthy liver, for example.
    • time before the moment when the defect becomes organically
    • psychical disease is invariably connected with some organic
    • mental or psychical diseases lies in the organic system of the
    • organology when the Spirit can be traced in the most minute parts of
    • organism, when they really understand the connection between the
    • organism and the soul that is sick, and when they know how the
    • organism. Spiritual Science teaches, moreover, that one cannot get to
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    • constructed and organised out of the very element of spoken sound and
    • organism as it stands before us here on earth, we know that it is
    • Nor is this confined by any means to the organs of speech and song
    • alone. These organs only represent the highest culmination of what is
    • part in the process. The process that goes on in the organ of speech
    • when we perceive the human organism as the harmony of all consonants,
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    • constructed and organised out of the very element of spoken sound and
    • organism as it stands before us here on earth, we know that it is
    • Nor is this confined by any means to the organs of speech and song
    • alone. These organs only represent the highest culmination of what is
    • part in the process. The process that goes on in the organ of speech
    • when we perceive the human organism as the harmony of all consonants,
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    • of our body. For unless the several members of our organism stood in
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    • of our body. For unless the several members of our organism stood in
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    • of the earth and its living organisms?
    • originating, according to present-day concepts, from organic beings
    • as the remains of prehistoric organic beings. Nor is it difficult to
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • within it — like parasites of the entire living earth-organism,
    • living organism of our earth segregates out of its system as our
    • living organism segregates the hard parts, the bones from the soft
    • segregates from its organism the substances which today, as
    • not those which appertain to the animal, plant, or human organism.
    • process of the organism. Therefore we can say: As we live our waking
    • mighty organism which the earth once was. And when the earth
    • matter. Into that organism into which formerly were worked not only
    • organisms, but also the substances which today constitute our
    • earth-massif – into this organism flowed the effects of all
    • found in organic bodies.
    • spiritual science leads us back to the earth as an organism —
    • on the contrary, the earth was originally a mighty organism. From the
    • organism. Similarly, all rock-material is a product of segregation in
    • the earth-organism, and processes of spirit-and-soul forces —
    • producing such segregations in the organism of the earth. And were we
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    • of the earth and its living organisms?
    • originating, according to present-day concepts, from organic beings
    • as the remains of prehistoric organic beings. Nor is it difficult to
    • were quite tiny beings today, standing within a human organism: if,
    • within it — like parasites of the entire living earth-organism,
    • living organism of our earth segregates out of its system as our
    • living organism segregates the hard parts, the bones from the soft
    • segregates from its organism the substances which today, as
    • not those which appertain to the animal, plant, or human organism.
    • process of the organism. Therefore we can say: As we live our waking
    • mighty organism which the earth once was. And when the earth
    • matter. Into that organism into which formerly were worked not only
    • organisms, but also the substances which today constitute our
    • earth-massif – into this organism flowed the effects of all
    • found in organic bodies.
    • spiritual science leads us back to the earth as an organism —
    • on the contrary, the earth was originally a mighty organism. From the
    • organism. Similarly, all rock-material is a product of segregation in
    • the earth-organism, and processes of spirit-and-soul forces —
    • producing such segregations in the organism of the earth. And were we
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    • only an automatic continuation of movement in those organs in which
    • view of his head organisation. He surveys the tapestry of the senses.
    • through our eyes, through our senses, but through our whole organism.
    • as human beings, take our head-organisation and the rest of the organisation
    • of the organism itself, by nourishment present in the organism. In
    • hunger with what rises up, out of our own organism.
    • we turn our attention to the head organisation it is extraordinarily
    • matter coming from the rest of the organism. By means of his thinking
    • developed as Intuition. Organised as he is at the present day, man
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    • only an automatic continuation of movement in those organs in which
    • view of his head organisation. He surveys the tapestry of the senses.
    • through our eyes, through our senses, but through our whole organism.
    • as human beings, take our head-organisation and the rest of the organisation
    • of the organism itself, by nourishment present in the organism. In
    • hunger with what rises up, out of our own organism.
    • we turn our attention to the head organisation it is extraordinarily
    • matter coming from the rest of the organism. By means of his thinking
    • developed as Intuition. Organised as he is at the present day, man
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    • Aber es ist nur ein automatisches Fortbewegen der Organe, in die sich
    • ist durch unseren Organismus. Und dasjenige, was wir als Mensch
    • unsere Hauptesorganisation als Menschen nehmen und die andere
    • Organisation, die daran hängt, so ist es in der Tat so: Wir
    • Organismus, aus der vorhandenen Nahrung heraus gesättigt; das
    • in uns bilden, mit Sättigung aus, die aus unserem Organismus
    • Kopforganisation ins Auge fassen, wie wir aus unserem übrigen
    • Organismus heraus durch die Löcher, die da entstehen, durch
    • Organisation zu schwach, um dann bewußt zu sein, wenn er
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    • Aber es ist nur ein automatisches Fortbewegen der Organe, in die sich
    • ist durch unseren Organismus. Und dasjenige, was wir als Mensch
    • unsere Hauptesorganisation als Menschen nehmen und die andere
    • Organisation, die daran hängt, so ist es in der Tat so: Wir
    • Organismus, aus der vorhandenen Nahrung heraus gesättigt; das
    • in uns bilden, mit Sättigung aus, die aus unserem Organismus
    • Kopforganisation ins Auge fassen, wie wir aus unserem übrigen
    • Organismus heraus durch die Löcher, die da entstehen, durch
    • Organisation zu schwach, um dann bewußt zu sein, wenn er
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Titelblatt
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • die Dreidiederung des sozialen Organismusund zur Zeitlage 1915-1921
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • des sozialen Organismus» und des «Bundes für
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus? - Ein Kursus für
    • für Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus
    • des sozialen Organismus
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus» und damit zu zahlreichen
    • Organismus» erschienen war. Die von Rudolf Steiner in diesen
    • sozialen Organismus und zur Zeitlage
    • der Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus ein. Unter anderem schuf
    • Sinne der Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus. Bis März 1922
    • Wochenzeitung nDreigliederung des sozialen Organismus»,
    • sozialen Organismus ein wahrhaftes Interesse haben.»
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Literaturhinweise
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • «Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus»
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus und zur Zeitlage 1915-1921.
    • Neugestaltung des sozialen Organismus.
    • Organismus. Elf Vorträge in
    • Organismus? Ein Kursus für Redner.
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Zu den Veröffentlichungen aus dem Vortragswerk von Rudolf Steiner
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Erster Vortrag
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • dauerte, vorgelesen. Durch einen solchen Vorgang ist selbst die
    • herauszubekommen. Das ist ein Vorgangs welcher in unserem
    • nicht bloß im Sinnesorgan, also im Ohr, sondern er braucht im
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Zweiter Vortrag
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • sozialen Organismus.
    • eingerichtet sein beim dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus? Wie wird
    • im dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus?-und so weiter. Diese Fragen
    • Bestrebung, wie die zur Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus eine
    • sozialen Organismus nichts ist, was man machen kann, machen kann in
    • man nicht sprechen vom Machen des dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus.
    • kann man davon sprechen, daß man organisieren soll, damit die
    • Dreigliederung herauskäme. Was ein Organismus ist, das
    • organisiert man eben nicht; das wächst. Es ist ja gerade das
    • Wesen des Organismus, daß man ihn nicht zu organisieren hat,
    • daß er sich selbst organisiert. Was man organisieren kann, ist
    • kein Organismus. Mit diesen Empfindungen müssen wir von
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus, lebt das selbständige
    • sozialen Organismus zu zeigen. Sehen wir doch, wie in Europa das
    • Staat, so bekommt dasjenige, was wirtschaftliche Organisation ist,
    • dieses wirtschaftliche Leben zunächst organisieren, während
    • geradeso wie in einem Organismus jede Einzelheit
    • ganzen Organismus. Wäre Ihr Ohrläppchen nur ein
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • sozialen Organismus, über die wir reden wollen. Da ist von
    • sozialen Organismus in der Gegenwart vorhanden ist, was also am
    • Organismus? Man wird sich sagen: An Begriffe des Bourgeoispublikums
    • Organismus innerhalb der proletarischen Bevölkerung
    • Organismus. Eine bürgerliche Bevölkerung hört nur das,
    • sozialen Organismus, darum, daß dann dasjenige, was auf
    • über die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus vor, wie man es
    • sozialen Organismus. In bezug auf dieses geistige Glied hat der
    • dritte Glied des sozialen Organismus ist das
    • Gebiete des dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus vorhanden sind. Das
    • Begriff von der Dreigiiederung des sozialen Organismus in sich, und
    • Da muß man sie organisieren, da muß man ihnen eine
    • künstliche Wirksamkeit und Organisation verschaffen. Das hat ja
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • Organismus vertreten wollen, gerade von den also bedingten
    • organisiert werden darf. Lassen Sie einmal eine Generation ihr
    • organisieren, wie sie es will: es ist die reinste Sklaverei für
    • daß eine Organisation eintritt, kann es sich nicht ausbreiten,
    • und wenn eine Organisation eintritt, wird sogleich die Organisation
    • die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus für die
    • Organisation nicht ernst nimmt, sondern mit ihr spielt. Und so
    • menschliche Organisation heranginge, durchaus einsehen, was nun auch
    • für eine organische Wirkung, fast chemische Wirkung, jedes Wort
    • wobei der Magensaft den übrigen Organismus infiziert, dann
    • übrigen Organismus ergießt, wenn er zerstreut wird –
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    • Die Komposition der Rede. Das geistige Leben im sozialen Organismus
    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • kann über den gesamten sozialen Organismus, wie auch Hinweise
    • rechtlich-staatlichen Organismus. Sie werden daraus gesehen haben,
    • sozialen Organismus. Natürlich darf es nicht falsch-mystische,
    • Organismus über wirtschaftliche Verhältnisse spricht, gar
    • Vorgang. Da waren eben Werte darinnen in diesem Check, der Geld und
    • Sprachorgane so fühlt, wie man etwa den Hammer fühlen
    • so soll man auch die Sprachorgane geschmeidig, biegsam machen. So
    • die Sprachorgane geschmeidig zum Reden zu gestalten.
    • man soll immer mehr versuchen, angemessen der Lautfolge die Sprachorgane zu
    • sagen, sondern immer wieder und wiederum. Denn wenn die Sprachorgane
    • werden schon sehen, was Sie für Ihre Zunge, Ihre Sprachorgane haben,
    • kommt einfach aus den Sprachorganen heraus. Sie können sich aber
    • eigentlich redet, so wie es aus den Sprachorganen herauskommt-,
    • soll also auf den Organismus der Sprache und ihren Genius
    • Wertlegen auf den Organismus der Sprache, auf den Genius der Sprache
    • unserer ganzen Organisation. Geradeso wie man aus der Physiognomie
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    • Über die rechtlichstaatlichen Verhältnisse im sozialen Organismus
    • nicht die Sinnesorgane viel beschäftigen.
    • Nachteil, daß es das Verständnis vom Gehörorgan
    • organischer Prozeß. Logische Erörterungen wollen
    • mehr mit den Sprachorganen zu, als gewöhnlich gemeint wird. Man
    • mit seinem Sprachorgan, und der ätherische Leib redet eigentlich
    • etwas Unorganischem. Deshalb mußte alles das gesagt werden, was
    • für die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus oder
    • die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus spricht. Und man wird
    • das Geistesleben auf sich selbst in dem sozialen Organismus stellen
    • Forderung der Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus aufstellt. Also
    • Anthroposophie, Förderung der Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus.
    • Sinne für die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus ist, dem
    • Stück von der Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus,
    • können für die Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus; aber
    • Dreigliederung des sozialen Organismus – ich meine jetzt
    • sozialen Organismus reden will, vor allen Dingen notwendig sein
    • sozialen Organismus zusammenhängt, denn dadurch nur
    • sozialen Organismus.
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    • menschlichen Organisation in Imaginationen.
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    • jenes Organ im Menschen, in der Pflanze, im Tier, dieses oder
    • gestaltet, wie er Organe nach und nach ansetzt, wie aus
    • peripherisch angeordneten kleinen Organen zuletzt das
    • Steinen, Pflanzen, Tieren, an den menschlichen Organen, am
    • wie sich Nahrungsmittel verwandeln in den Verdauungsorganen und
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    • haben. Die Windungen der Verdauungsorgane symbolisieren sich
    • ganzen Organismus darstellt, stellt sich im symbolischen Bilde
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    • Gabe unserer geistig-seelisch-physischen Organisation haben,
    • kein anderes Organ in solcher Unmittelbarkeit als auf das Herz
    • dem Augenblicke, wo Sie Ihrer ganzen Kehlkopforganisation
    • werden, wie andere Organe nicht schmerzvoll werden. Ich werde
    • Sinnesorgan. Er nimmt fein wahr. Und er nimmt eben Dinge wahr,
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    • Unterschied zwischen der alten Organisation und der neueren
    • Organisation des Menschen muß man eben kennen, dann wird
    • sich aus in allerlei Störungen der Verdauungsorgane, in
    • menschlichen Organismus, die man eine Krankheit nennt, ist aber
    • Wenn Sie irgendwo ein krankes Organ haben, was bedeutet das?
    • der menschlichen Organisation haben andere Zustände, die
    • hier, die Gegend der Verdauungsorgane, hat fortwährend den
    • gesagt, der moderne Mensch ist so organisiert in seinem Leib,
    • daß das Kupfer auf die Kehlkopforgane wirkt. Aber
    • Verdauungsorgane und
    • Kehlkopforgane stehen in so naher Verbindung miteinander, wie
    • menschlichen Organismen haben sich eben ganz prinzipiell
    • aber auch von Kräften in lebendigen Organismen in der
    • inneren Konstitution der Organe der Pflanzen, der Tiere, der
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    • störendes Organ für die höhere Anschauung. Und
    • menschlichen Organismus, das gehört in den Bereich des
    • so in der Welt da, daß wir einmal solche Organe wie unser
    • andere Organe im Menschen sind noch aus der physischen Welt
    • für das physische Leben wichtigen Drüsenorganen.
    • Ferner sind eine ganze Anzahl von Organen — ich habe ja
    • dieses normale Merkur in sich aufnimmt, strebt sein Organismus
    • dahin, alle Organe auszuschalten, die aus der physischen Welt
    • Menschen wird sozusagen angeregt, nur diejenigen Organe im
    • Organismus hervorruft. Der Mensch fühlt, wie wenn er
    • Quecksilber wird, den ganzen Stoffwechsel seiner Organe. Wie
    • taugt nicht dazu. Andere Organe werden auch noch nicht
    • Bewegung durch den ganzen Organismus (rot). Und alle diese
    • jetzt aus unserem Organismus herausgehoben hat die
    • Menschen Geistiges zusammenzuziehen mit denjenigen Organen, die
    • beim schadhaft gewordenen menschlichen Organismus die Bemerkung
    • gemacht, dieser menschliche Organismus ist dadurch schadhaft
    • geworden, daß jene Organe angegriffen sind, welche
    • Kräfte im menschlichen Organismus wachrufen, die diese
    • Mensch zeigt dem Arzte, er hat diejenige Organisation —
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    • Organisation, die nicht mit Augen gesehen werden kann, die erst
    • der physische Leib, der in seiner ganzen Organisation mehr
    • Mensch ein drittes Glied in seiner Organisation, das man
    • Leib(grün). Das ist eine Organisation, die nicht mit
    • weiteres Glied der menschlichen Organisation ist das
    • Leben keine entsprechenden Organe, keine Augen, keine Ohren in
    • dieses Ich ohne Organe, ohne — natürlich sind sie
    • astralischen Leib und in die Ich-Organisation Organe
    • astralische Leib (grün), die Ich-Organisation (rot) treten
    • auf den ersten Stufen diese inneren astralischen Organe,
    • der Verdauungsorgane sich im Bilde vor ihn hinstellen. Es ist
    • da die Verdauungsorgane in ihren Windungen sich symbolisieren,
    • Lebensalter als Auffassungsorgane
    • Leibes ist der astralische Leib und die Ich-Organisation, das
    • der geistigen Welt. Aber er hat keine Organe. Er kann nichts
    • keine Organe sind. Er ist für alles Geistige schlafend. So
    • Ich-Organisation hineinzusetzen, und der Mensch beginnt,
    • durch Meditation und Konzentration. Das Unorganisierte, das man
    • sonst in sich trägt, das muß man organisiert machen.
    • sein Inneres wirklich organisiert, das sonst unorganisiert
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    • Organe in diesem Lebensalter bildet, um das Geistige
    • bezug auf den physischen Organismus und den
    • Ätherorganismus leuchtend, lichtausstrahlend. Und diese
    • menschlichen Organismus herum ist, die ist beim Menschen an
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    • wird da außen im Sinnesorgan etwas aufgeladen, wird
    • Gegenden der menschlichen Organisation, wo Drüsen sind,
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    • den physischen Organismus]. Also der Träumer taucht
    • haben eine Organisation vor uns in dem Medium, die in magischer
    • Organ oder vom ganzen Organismus sich herausgezogen hat, und
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    • Organismus alles dadurch, daß wir während des
    • undanderen Organen ausgeht; zu all dem hat er eine sehr, sehr
    • Ergreifen der menschlichen Organisation in Imaginationen
    • äußeren Form eines Menschenorgans, der Lunge oderder
    • Leber oder irgendeines anderen Organs aufsteigt zu einem
    • imaginativen Erfassen dieses Organs, wenn er allmählich
    • beginnt, die menschliche Organisation in Imaginationen sich vor
    • Sehen Sie, es ist das also möglich, wenn man die Organe
    • wie die abnormen Erscheinungen, wenn man diese Organe zu
    • menschlichen Organisation. Vom ganzen Menschen geht man aus bei
    • menschlichen Organen, die man durch eine geistige Anatomie
    • wo m dieser Weise ein menschliches Organ von einem Menschen
    • angeschaut wird dadurch, daß man seine Organe anschaut,
    • Organe im Geiste zeigen, steht nicht mehr der Erdenmensch
    • seinen einzelnen Organen bestehende Mensch, in das zaubert man
    • daß die Kräfte des Saturn in jedem Organ auf
    • jedem Organe, so dringt man jetzt ein in die Jupitersphäre
    • und lernt erkennen, wie jedes Organ eigentlich das irdische
    • trägt innerlich in seinen Organen die Abbilder
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    • einen äußeren Vorgang des Verbrennens einer Kerze
    • Organe forscht, wie ich es gestern auseinandergesetzt habe,
    • ausgeführten Weise seine Organe.
    • sehen Sie, durch diese Organerkenntnis, durch diese auf dem
    • Initiatenweg ergriffene Organerkenntnis stellen sich nicht
    • der Organerkenntnis haben Geburt und Tod sogar ihren
    • nur der ganze Mensch, sterben kann nicht ein einzelnes Organ.
    • ist, die einzelnen Organe in einer gewissen Weise für sich
    • belebt werden können. Die einzelnen Organe sterben nicht,
    • die einzelnen Organe suchen sich für ihr Wesen ein jedes
    • ihn zudeckt; es suchen sich die Organe den Weg durch Wasser,
    • Luft und Wärme in den Kosmos hinaus. Die Organe lösen
    • Menschen. Beim Tier muß man von den Organen in dem Sinne
    • Unterschied gegenüber dem Tiere, daß die Organe sich
    • der schnelle Prozeß. Die Organe können auch in ihrer
    • schaut also, wenn man die Organe mit dem
    • Organen sich wirklich vollzieht, dieses Hinausgehen nach ihrer
    • wenn man auf dem Initiatenwege das Organbewußtsein, das
    • Bewußtsein über die Organe entwickelt. Dann erscheint
    • sondern nur aus dem Organanschauen ergibt, um auch wiederum
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    • heißt ein sich lebendig organisierendes Prinzip
    • nicht hinein, da kann er sich noch nicht organisierend hinein
    • ihrer seelischen Organisation aus, in den physischen Leib
    • höheren Wesenheiten konfiguriert und organisiert werden.
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    • —, ist nur eine Widerspiegelung dieses inneren Vorgangs. So
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    • des Menschen heutige Organisation möglich macht. Wir haben
    • Organisation eingreifen konnten.
    • finden: Sie sind die Verleiher der Ich-Organisation. Damit ist aber
    • seine Äther- und Astralorganisation zerfallen, so daß das
    • Menschheitsevolution. Wenn man sich den Vorgang so vorstellt,
    • menschliche Organisation durchdringt, so daß der Mensch
    • den Menschen, insofern er von den physisch-organisatorischen
    • Jugendfrische aufgetreten, daß durch diesen Vorgang die
    • Wachstum in die Weite organisieren. Dann muß das Geistige
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    • was in uns lebt und die Sprache organisiert — das heißt
    • so, wie bei der nordischen Organisation die Sprache war —,
    • entspricht dem, was sich da als Sprache hinunorganisiert,
    • beteiligt, und was dem Vorgange im Makrokosmos entspricht, ist im
    • das Ich pulsieren macht. Das wird heute als ein materieller Vorgang
    • angesehen, war aber noch ein astralischer Vorgang bei den
    • materiellen Vorgang beachtete er nicht. Das alles war in
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    • einem Naturvorgange Wesen zu sehen, nicht bloß das
    • organische Einheit sind, begriffen werden können. Solowjow
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    • Verlaufe der Erdenevolution ein Vorgang stattfand, den wir bezeichnen
    • und Merkurseelen. Das ist ein Vorgang, den man heute noch finden kann
    • Der Vorgang,
    • was aus Himmelshöhen herunterstrahlt, dieser Vorgang hat sich
    • daß es diesen Vorgang einmal gegeben hat. Der Wagen der
    • Menschenseelen. Das ist der geheimnisvolle Vorgang, der dem
    • die Menschen, bei denen die Organe des Ätherleibes entwickelt
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    • They are merely members of one great organism, just as a finger-nail
    • it is in reality only severed from this great organism, just as the
    • piece of finger-nail is severed from our organism when we cut it off.
    • in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is a member.
    • one great organism, like the mineral — but of the whole
    • organism of the earth. To occult observation there would be no sense
    • in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the organism of
    • to a great organism that is identical with the whole earth, an
    • organism which falls asleep in spring, sending forth the plants as
    • its organs towards the Sun; and in autumn it takes them back into
    • considering the plants as independent, for the whole earth organism
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    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
    • to perish, it is in reality only severed from this great organism,
    • just as the piece of finger-nail is severed from our organism when we
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • — not of one great organism, like the mineral — but of
    • the whole organism of the earth. To occult observation there would be
    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • organism of the earth of which the plants everywhere form part. And
    • organism that is identical with the whole earth, and that is an
    • organism which falls asleep in spring, sending forth the plants as
    • its organ towards the Sun; and in Autumn it takes them back into
    • considering the plants as independent, for the whole earth organism
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    • bones become bones of the head and envelop the higher organ, the brain? As
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    • the human organism nothing is isolated or stands alone. Everything is
    • organism, and although many people may not yet be aware of it, when
    • divine thoughts. They act upon the whole organism in such a manner
    • Golgotha. We know that at that time a human organism consisting of
    • see humanity in perspective before us, like a great organic
    • this great organism, and through their own deeds form their impulses
    • organism of the world.
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    • female organism is adapted by nature to preserve atavistic
    • clairvoyance longer than the male organism. Whereas male
    • organism to draw a great deal, a very great deal, from the
    • through the peculiar nature of her organism was able to draw
    • personality has appeared who through her peculiar organic
    • personality who simply because of her organic make-up
    • splendid talent for organisation, namely, Colonel
    • Zion’ and organisations of every kind, with their
    • of 1901, this lady organised a tea-party. Frau Dr. Steiner
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    • into his organism, into what existed of his physical organism
    • in the organism (see diagram). But now let us follow
    • different nerves which run through the organism and send out
    • with a kind of undifferentiated mist; the organs and various
    • organic structures are pervaded individually. As he passes
    • into the different organs, man also slips into the sensory
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    • clairvoyantly. Man was so organised that the whole process of
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    • Eighth Sphere in our environment. This means that an organ
    • are not aware of it. And if we have developed an organ for
    • our organism. We are diversely constituted; some of our
    • organs are more perfect than others. The most perfect of all
    • is our organ of thinking, the brain and the skull, and there
    • from our organism to the greatest extent. We can soar upwards
    • substantiality; in the so-called noblest organ of man they
    • organ of the head, Earth-evolution would soon reach a point
    • organ that can most easily be attacked by Lucifer and
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    • re-organisation. It has passed through the point of deepest
    • the organs of digestion. The organism is nourished, and
    • organic life sustained, not by food and drink, but by the
    • organisation of humanity in the future. Admittedly, the story
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    • growth of the teeth out of the organism as a whole.
    • the organism. If he dies before the teeth have developed or
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    • the sense-organs, the world of nature presents itself; when
    • organised.
    • are so organised that we can neither exercise too great an
    • destruction of the physical organism is their regular
    • organism. And thinking of it as such we may also say that it
    • must grow and develop like an organism, like a human organism
    • and the organism must make use of these second teeth, of the
    • Movement as an organism, this organism will then have reached
    • organisation that leads a life of its own, apart from me.
    • fail to notice that certain lower parts of his organism begin
    • to function as higher parts of the organism otherwise
    • in the lower organism begin to hear and to see. The body is
    • transform certain organs into organs of knowledge. Lucifer,
    • he enters into us he fills the organs. Lucifer takes
    • away organs, makes what was otherwise part of our own
    • organism, independent of us.
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    • a mere joining together to that of an organism, and then to
    • more than an organism, everything must really be put in its
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    • today some function of the human organization is affected by
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    • crudely organized his ordinary being is.
    • the natural being of man through the organization of the
    • organization of the human being had to be experienced fully
    • his physical organization; and from the physical organization
    • earthly organization, whereas what was able to rise up in
    • organization through the blood of the ancient Hebrew people,
    • at the same time have sacrificed that physical organization
    • Abraham received back the whole God-given organization. This
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • The threefold human organism and repeated earthly lives. The heathen
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • the whole human body and each of its separate organs, such as heart,
    • organs function will only be properly understood once the whole human
    • being, as well as each separate organ, are seen in this light. The
    • up to the abstract knowledge of inorganic nature that we have
    • abstract as that in which they discuss polarities in inorganic
    • the poverty-stricken concepts of polarity as found in inorganic
    • the world conform to the pattern we have established for inorganic,
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • lacks physical sense organs can establish a relationship with the
    • bones. We imagine the same of a corpse. The airy part of our organism
    • part of our organism. The air as it is outside us, and at the next
    • organism. It lives rhythmically in us. In a far more extended rhythm
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • by influencing the physical organism. The effect of the draught of
    • forgetfulness on the physical organism — it can be exactly
    • rest of the organism — apart from the brain — but was
    • the rest of the organism was at the same time prevented from
    • brain. Neither could it be perceived from the rest of the organism,
    • the will and so on, for the rest of the organism had absorbed it. But
    • rigidified organic system on the other, as though encased in a
    • organism were counteracted by the hardening of the rest of the
    • organism by means of the shock. So in these older times the body was
    • being has been organized in such a way that changes in the physical
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • aspect was the shock which caused the organism to become rigid. When
    • the organism grows rigid it no longer absorbs the soul and spirit
    • the will. On the one hand the rigid bodily organism withdraws from
    • rigidifying of the rest of the organism the will aspect became
    • the organ that does the thinking so far as higher knowledge is
    • organization. Today the human being perceives the soul and spirit
    • — from the brain, but not from the rest of the organism. As
    • regards the rest of the organism the spirit and soul element does
    • throughout the rest of the organism, especially the system of limbs
    • and metabolism. This blue part in the drawing is the head organism.
    • finds a support (see drawing). Then the rest of the organism begins
    • ancient times endeavoured to paralyse his will organization. This
    • will organization. If the body is rigid it does not absorb the
    • selflessly incorporated in our organism if we are to use it for
    • seeing; it must be transparent. Our organism is most certainly not
    • But what then happens in our organism as this thought slips over into
    • our organism is as untransparent as regards perceiving how the will
    • I do not mean that the human organism is ill because of this. For
    • spirit. This is achieved by means of the will exercises. Our organism
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • sense-perceptible physical organism. We shall look first at how this
    • the physical organism, right at the moment of conception, a
    • shadows, confined within our human physical organism, of something
    • tired of earthly life when, towards the end, his bodily organization
    • represents, down there in the human organism. They have an intention,
    • strongly welling up out of their organism, the fear coming in from
    • builds our organs out of the cosmos. Our lung, heart, stomach —
    • all our specific organs — are formed out of the power of
    • confines of our organism. What does the earth and its environment
    • course of our lifetime all our inner organs, such as our lungs
    • various contrasting groups. We should gradually come to be inorganic,
    • organism resists this. It stands by the shape of its inner organs. It
    • our earthly environment in our organs we do so only in the shadow
    • crystals. But our organism will not permit this. It has so much which
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • to the physical organization of the human being as a threefold
    • organism. Here (see diagram) is the organism of nerves and senses,
    • located mainly in the head. The rhythmical organism is located mainly
    • in the upper chest organs. But of course both systems appear in the
    • total organism too. And here is the organism of the limbs and the
    • look first at the head organization which is chiefly, though not
    • of the organism of limbs and metabolism we had in our previous
    • organism of limbs and metabolism of our previous earthly life —
    • our head organization in this life. Here in our head we have a house
    • which has been formed out of a transformation of the organism of
    • metamorphosis of our organism of limbs and metabolism from our former
    • start not in our head, but in our rhythmical organism. Everything
    • into life — all this dwells in our rhythmical organism. In our
    • with dead thoughts. In our rhythmical, breast organism lives
    • organism of limbs and metabolism. Our present earthly ego lives in
    • our organism of limbs and metabolism (green).
    • the brain in turn lives in a metamorphosis of our organism from our
    • head organization is to remember your former life on earth.
    • experience in your breast organism is the memory of your life between
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • solid, earthly realm through our head organization. We should never
    • possess our head organization, which is, however, an echo of the limb
    • organization of our previous incarnation. The fact that we have solid
    • us turn to the chest organism, the rhythmic organism. This rhythmic
    • organism lives in the interrelationship between the watery and the
    • movements is a reorganization of the airy, gaseous element up into
    • into the etheric body of the human being. When the organism of
    • organization are only what our head sends down into this surging
    • all these illustrations of the solid parts of the human organism
    • organic existence, first drives out the soul with rigid persistence.’
    • exists writes: ‘This sickness of the state organism snatches
    • the state and the crisis in world-wide organization have mutually
    • disorganization with a durable political structure, the individual
    • economic disorganization, the complaining rich of yester-year, the
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    • subject to the dictates of natural laws if his whole organism is
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    • the working of Lucifer and Ahriman in the threefold organization of the
    • world. So it wants to organize the social situation here on earth to
    • because his organism will no longer reject them.
    • through Imagination, he makes his organism more receptive to
    • — than is the organism of a person who remains in the thought
    • organism you need the element of soul and spirit. The whole process
    • physical organism is arranged, so it is with the visible language
    • organism, so in eurythmy is sound for sound gathered together,
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    • enter a world of illusion, a world that is nothing but a fata morgana
    • weakened. To be able to bear it, a fata morgana has to be and
    • emphatically of all, is a fata morgana. The greatest dreamers where
    • morgana, and, on the other, the luciferic element within them
    • fata morgana that arises out of chemistry, out of physics, out of
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    • make use of the human organs of intellect. These organs were already
    • organs of human intellect, but still in association with the
    • acquired the faculty of using the organs of their intellect, of their
    • is connected with the organs of intellect, not with the organs
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    • human organism, the force of will is a very intricate, complicated
    • kingdoms lie within the human organism. (This does not apply to all
    • then what is taken into the organism from outside would simply be
    • their normal operations within the organism but extend them over
    • lie, then you must look into the inner, organic nature of the human
    • human sense organs here on earth. But what you behold when you gaze
    • organ of sense could not fathom their meaning. Please remember that I
    • reality only as long as it is part of my organism; if it is cut off
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    • world that is nothing but a Fata Morgana as long as we take
    • Morgana has to be and is presented to us. And not only what
    • — that, most emphatically of all, is a Fata Morgana.
    • outer delusion, a Fata Morgana, and, on the other, the
    • is sheer illusion. Nevertheless if the Fata Morgana that
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    • use of the human organs of intellect. These organs were
    • were the first to make use of the organs of human intellect,
    • acquired the faculty of using the organs of his intellect, of
    • that matter is connected with the organs of intellect, not
    • with the organs of the spirit but of the intellect. People
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    • expression through the human organism, this force of will is
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms lie within the organism of
    • were in operation, then what is taken into the organism from
    • within the organism but extend them over other human beings,
    • inner, organic nature of man himself. Strange as this will
    • can be perceived by man's sense-organs here on
    • particular organ of sense could not fathom their meaning.
    • of my organism; if it is cut off it no longer has true
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    • warmth man which permeates the human organization. The “I”
    • organization, then the “I” indirectly. This enables a true insight
    • upon the warmth ether and through it into the organs. The possibility
    • for illness lies within the human organization. The possibility
    • form. Ego and death form. Physical organism and nutrition. Relation
    • soul life. Liver as sense organ for the substances of the outer
    • world. Heart, a sense organ for the inner world. The organs as an
    • connections with the human organism.
    • the different organ systems. Contemplation of the head from this
    • plant being to the human organism, especially the head. The
    • inspiration: inner organs. Knowledge through intuition: warmth
    • man, the activity of the organs. The two kinds of warmth. Air and
    • organs. Question concerning the significance of the decay of
    • the inner organs; sketch of the necessary course of study for a
    • of the human organism leading to healing as a result of cosmic
    • organic. Structuring of images from expansion (cosmic working) and
    • of the organs in the fluid man. The plastic principle for the
    • organization.
    • The physical organism of the human being is considered today to consist
    • physical body, the human has as definite organisms, a fluid body, an
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    • speak of that which I call the warmth organization of the
    • this warmth organization in such a way that out of the
    • organs, you find your way to what is morally-warm.
    • works on the warmth organization, such a group will then be
    • Actually the organizers, meaning you and Maddy van
    • by the title The Bridge. The role of the warmth organization
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    • human organism to be the organs, systems of organs, bones,
    • contours within the human organism to what is fluid and has,
    • glassful passes through the same process in the organism as
    • organism without this process, much more rapidly than the
    • begin with, with the sharply outlined organs but also with
    • what is in flow in the organism. Physiology does, of course,
    • human organism are only investigated from the point of view
    • organism is left out of account. This streaming of fluids
    • within the organism is not dependent upon earthly forces,
    • concerned with rigidly outlined organs and systems of organs,
    • organism, a greater part, indeed, than is conjectured.
    • organism, it is entirely dependent upon the astral body.
    • organism; the degrees of warmth are everywhere different. As
    • the liver has its definite place in the organism, and the
    • intestinal organs have theirs, so do they also have quite
    • organization. This warmth organization is subject to the ego
    • organization.
    • conditions. The warmth is ruled from the ego organization.
    • regards the ego organization. What the ego organization does
    • in the human organism is done by way of the warmth
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    • with everything that has definite contours in the organism.
    • There is also the fluid organism. This fluid organism is
    • true when we come to the ego organization.
    • way will be to start from the ego organization. What is this
    • ego organization, in reality? In the physical world, it is to
    • through the Gate of Death, and the ego organization leaves
    • the physical world. When the ego organization is forming and
    • earthly environment. In other words, the ego organization is
    • organization is connected with death. What happens in death,
    • earthly life, through the ego organization. The human being
    • picture of the ego organization in its relation to the
    • so that, finally, if the ego organization is working
    • organization consists precisely in transforming the in-taken
    • impossible for the ego organization to so transform the
    • the ego organization.
    • ego organization do with the physical body? It destroys the
    • organization and the process of nourishment, therefore, are
    • polar opposites. The ego organization betokens for man
    • ego organization you are dying all the time, that is to say,
    • different directions and the ego organization is simply the
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    • these two kinds of forces, is necessary for each organ in the
    • body. The several systems of organs in the human being differ
    • — vanishes because of the way man is organized. The
    • human organization is such that the earthly forces vanish.
    • the inner organization of the human being, we must say that
    • being. The head is, therefore, a very special organ, for it
    • else comes into consideration here. The human organism must
    • particular place in the organism.
    • concerned, the presence of some substance in an organ is not
    • that is necessary to the human organism, to a remedy, unless
    • iron in the human organism (it can be said quite certainly
    • existence of lead in the human organism will fail, if the
    • organism is in a normal state. Lead is only known in the form
    • the human organism in lead poisoning. It becomes inwardly
    • organism cannot tolerate lead and when there is lead
    • poisoning there is lead within the organism. The organism
    • spreads out within the organic process, and the organism,
    • be the stronger, the organism does not get well, and the
    • poisoning sets in, because the organism can only tolerate
    • with having lead in his organism, we are led to the
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    • being cannot have within his physical organism. For all that,
    • organization and astral organization, in order to receive the
    • organization, etheric organization — this trinity
    • the etheric body first unites with the physical organization
    • for the physical organization, namely, the lead forces, the
    • contained in the physical organism of man are of the greatest
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    • tells you that nitrogen exists in the organism, but you do
    • not experience nitrogen in the organism. What is necessary is
    • of the organism with differentiated warmth — and then
    • In the human head today you have the old Saturn organization.
    • organization of the human head. But if this act of beholding
    • — then you will discover that this organic process,
    • know that the watery organism of man, the fluid organism with
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    • watery, with the circulation of fluids in the human organism.
    • of feeling within the human organism must be thought of in a
    • within the human organism do not work in the same way as they
    • fluid organism — when we have to do with a part of the
    • human organization which is in fluid circulation, although
    • there are vascular organs within it — in that moment
    • It was known that the human organism cannot be understood by
    • parts of the organism which have firm contours, and that
    • building itself up from out of the human organism taken as a
    • cosmic thoughts are weaving in him. The organs that have
    • sense that is of the nature of thought, and the other organs
    • thought has been working. The forms in the human organism of
    • only one member of the human organization, and it must fall
    • out of the human organization if one does not rise to
    • form of the inner organs of man, of those organs which really
    • provide for the growing organization during life in
    • nourishment, breathing, etc., that none of these organ forms
    • you will find that there is nobody. For these organs, which
    • our organs are complete and we breathe in the air, these
    • organs, with the exception of the muscles and bones. All the
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    • connected with damage to a specific organ, whereby the damage
    • organic one. It cannot be said that such healing can only
    • disturbance in contrast to organic disturbance where there is
    • an actual disturbance of the organs themselves. This
    • organic disturbances begin. In functional diseases there are
    • always slight organic disturbances as well, only these latter
    • compassion that goes right down into one's organism. If you
    • being reflected back from there. The organ of the heart
    • contains direct impulses for the human organism. It is the
    • organ of perception for the blood circulation which goes on
    • in the normal organism. The uterus is so constituted that it
    • is the organ of perception for the circulation that comes
    • inasmuch as what these organs perceive are like direct and
    • These organs,
    • to the etheric-physical body — these organs, heart and
    • and precious stones work upon individual organs?
    • etheric and astral bodies. It is only in the ego organization
    • this emanates from the whole human organism. A person who has
    • organization. In individual cases, much can be learned about
    • healing effect in some organ that is of the nature of a
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    • the organ — which is the part — is essentially
    • the more delicate workings of the organism—and the
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    • so is the whole human organism replaced. After the change of
    • developed in the astral, in the ego organization. Of the
    • form a more spherical being, a being organized into a sphere.
    • earth. So that a whole section of the human organism, in the
    • form quite a different organization. We want to build a
    • organization during early childhood. When the second teeth
    • ego organization. For this reason there is an inward,
    • foodstuffs and the inner organization of spirit and soul.
    • that your ego organization is thoroughly involved in the
    • and fourteenth years, astral body and ego organization must
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    • being. One would simply be describing a diseased organ. But a
    • human organism, takes over the activity of the kidneys. When,
    • the organs present quite a different aspect. When you pass
    • enormous amount about the forming of the human organism, how
    • Inasmuch as the human being is organized for movement, for
    • diseased or the healthy organism at the actual time when the
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    • really organize the human being away from the earth. For this
    • of time. What proceeds from the ego organization of man
    • When you introduce vegetable protein into the human organism
    • as hydrocephalics. Organic metal is incorporated into us
    • organism there are not up-building forces alone. If it were
    • always be there. The development of our organism not only
    • planetary system as it is today is really an inorganic
    • organization has the tendency to expand or decay too
    • say: The forces which split up the physical organism in order
    • existence. If we introduce lead into the human organism,
    • power is lacking, so that the human organism is becoming too
    • insufficiently active in an organism and the vitality, the
    • of organic stupor (for stupor need not necessarily affect
    • in his very organism can experience the moral and no longer
    • the human organism — this you can only realize from
    • cannot retain in your organism what you ate a week
    • time. In the ruminant there is organic imitation — a
    • human organism — things that are still expressed
    • of the lung, heart, etc., come from the human organism and
    • themselves inwardly, ruin themselves organically.
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    • Raschid himself, the organizer of the great academy of
    • organization he is following the sugar forces — forces
    • let substance unfold its own forces within his organism? If
    • intervene when the substances within the human organism want
    • human being has his head organization, whose structure, even
    • externally, is separated from the rest of the organization.
    • joined to it. But in the finer organization of man there is
    • pass over into the head organization, nor even into the
    • all in the head organization, the forces from earlier earthly
    • into the rest of the organism. A sieve must be there, an
    • exists in the organization. Nothing passes downwards
    • unsifted. The lung as an organ or the liver as an organ must
    • transforms into the new head organization the forces that
    • organization of limbs and metabolism is added for the first
    • organs that pass through the gate of death. Thus, during
    • certain organs into which it ought not to enter. Therefore
    • previous earthly life is working on the organ which now ought
    • not to touch the organization in the most earthly part of the
    • organic, seizes hold of the lungs. The lungs are that part of
    • organism.
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    • differentiated into the single organs, as an organism that
    • has, so to speak, driven out the single organs from the
    • organization — to use a form of expression that is not
    • every physical organ that is warmed through and irradiated by
    • organ ego organization and astral organization are working,
    • of the following: Suppose that astral organization and ego
    • organization impress their own structure upon some organ or
    • system of organs. In other words, something that ought to
    • organization. This, speaking quite generally, is the cause of
    • body and ego organization take firm hold of the solar plexus.
    • juice, because the ego organization takes a firm hold by way
    • of perceiving how the single organs could become more
    • organization of spirit and soul takes too strong a hold of
    • the physical-etheric organization, physical illness ensues.
    • In former times, therefore, the spirit in the physical organs
    • ego organization—works upon plants or animals. Poisons
    • physical organism or its parts are becoming too strongly
    • structure of his astral body or ego organization is
    • transferred with too much strength into some physical organ.
    • But instead of impressing itself upon the physical organism
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    • organization, and, namely, in such a way that the earthly ego
    • sense organ. This results in perceptions of spiritual things,
    • which ordinarily work through these organs are excluded, just
    • as they are excluded in other sense organs. Our eyes see
    • highly potentized tobacco in some part of a sense organ, for
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    • basically all organized life consists of expansion and
    • forward and become rigid. Look at an organ from this point of
    • outward bulges. Thereby you arrive at the organ's form and at
    • that all these organs are part of a unity. However, you
    • which exists between a fully developed organ and its
    • function. Let us take the organ's function. This is something
    • the organ off produces the activity. So that you can ask:
    • stomach. If this were not the case, no organ could be healed.
    • You can only work upon a fluctuating organ and not upon a
    • solid organ.
    • organ and the activity which forms it are always present
    • organ. This is where you encounter the fluidic human
    • every organ always wants to become the whole human being.
    • This tendency is present in every organ in the fluid man. So
    • study the ego organization is to listen exactly to one's own
    • speech. You can also get at the ego organization in a
    • organization. But you have to proceed in the following way:
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    • organism. It is, of course, acknowledged that the fluid and
    • of the organism. The warmth of the organism which is greater
    • condition of the organism, but not as an actual component. We
    • organism are not considered to be part and parcel of the
    • organism itself. The general idea is that, as a physical
    • structure, the human organism consists of the more or less
    • by anatomy and physiology as belonging to the human organism
    • reality they regard the solid element as the only organizing
    • structure they should also see the whole organism as a column
    • component of the organism, so the fluid should not be thought
    • of as so much uniform fluid, but differentiated and organized
    • regard to its organization and its differentiations, is an
    • organism in the same sense as the solid organism, only it is
    • but is also delicately organized. As soon, however, as we
    • begin to speak of the fluid organism which fills the same
    • space that is occupied by the solid organism, we realize
    • immediately that we cannot speak of this fluid organism in
    • permeates this fluid organism and fills it with forces. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the
    • we regard it, to begin with, as a solid organism. (blue) This
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    • or solid-fluid organism — which is the sole object of
    • organic in the real sense — we saw that this must be
    • regarded as only one of the organisms in the human
    • constitution; that the existence of a fluid organism, an airy
    • organism, and a warmth organism must also be recognized.
    • Naturally, up to the warmth organism itself, everything is to
    • that is fluid in the human organism; in everything airy, the
    • organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can, as it were,
    • symbols of inner organic processes. Something is going on
    • forth. Dreams point us to our organism. The consciousness of
    • organism, the airy organism, the warmth organism and thus
    • concerned exclusively with the solid organism and no account
    • organism, an airy organism, and a warmth organism. If you
    • picture to yourselves that as well as the solid organism with
    • forth, you also have a fluid organism and an airy
    • organism—though these are of course fluctuating and
    • inwardly mobile — and a warmth organism, if you picture
    • organism. — There, you see, we have come from the realm
    • an enhancement of warmth in the warmth organism. Not only is
    • moral ideals, but one becomes organically warmer as well
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    • involuntary. But the more we go out beyond our organic life
    • organic processes, the more do we carry thoughts into our
    • organic life; speaking is largely connected with organic
    • are more and more emancipated from our organic life. We
    • organizing force. Will can take real effect only if the life
    • dead, in contrast to the rest of the living organism. Between
    • From the rest of our organism we permeate this semblance with
    • different direction, rising up from parts of her organism
    • destroyed: our metabolic-limb organism.
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    • organism could live without a circulation of blood, could the earth
    • organs, whereas in the salt ocean we have more the earth's
    • enclosed organs, organs that can be delineated. It would be possible
    • its bowels in the sea and its sense organs in the land. And
    • universe inwards. Sense organs and the eye are built in from the
    • they must live in the sea. Hence fish are organised in a particular
    • therefore with great difficulty that fish develop sense organs
    • and in particular the organs of reproduction, for the formation of
    • without in order that they may breed and develop sense organs. But
    • that they may be hatched from outside. Thus fish are organised, as it
    • show that they are organised to make use of all that enters the salt
    • remarkable exception. It has in fact an extraordinary organisation.
    • sea it cannot breed. Its organism shuts it off completely from the
    • and it cannot reproduce its species there. The reproductive organs
    • and sense organs get weak and stunted; on the other hand, salmon in
    • slender, the sense organs and in particular the reproductive organs,
    • Where the earth is salty the earth forces are at work upon the organs
    • for our senses and the reproductive organs; they would wither away.
    • reproductive organs. Such creatures need the whole earth. Only the
    • independence in their own organisation.
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    • do it. So when autumn comes, the older swallows organise a school,
    • persistent undernourishment, the digestive organs gradually form the
    • child because his organs have ceased to act. He looks rather fat and
    • greyish-yellow. What is to be done? The organs must first be made fit
    • pass over into the organism. The calcium is absorbed if it is given
    • gives the calcium allopathically it acts on the digestive organs, but
    • the organism has even become too brittle to stand the cure. But in a
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    • The result of what the human organism does with the salt is that it
    • digest the carbohydrates, whose organism is incapable of carrying
    • The carbohydrates work, for example, upon speaking and the organic
    • organism; if this is the case, a man is ill. In this respect a man of
    • the faeces; when this happens there is too little fat in the organism
    • his organism and this condition leads, eventually, to actual
    • food. If his organism contains too little protein, or he cannot
    • cannot provide his organism with carbohydrates. This is impossible if
    • feet properly but is so exhausted that the organs connected with
    • overpowering that the organs of procreation in the female are
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    • we have in our lower organs something similar to what we have in our
    • organs it is the oxygen of the air which continuously extracts the carbon
    • the organism. Thus a way must first be found of bringing the Mercury
    • is connected with an irregular working of Mercury in the organism. If
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    • organism something dying, one may have ever such good apparatus and
    • of the inner organs. Then again there are the botanists, who study
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    • the human organism.
    • effect upon the human organism.
    • organism. This may seem surprising, but as I said to you once, it is
    • Cosmos into his organism. All such substances are present in the
    • produces arsenic in his organism all the
    • organism, he would be incapable of feeling or perception; he would
    • drowsiness. The arsenic in his organism enables him to be wide-awake,
    • itself all over the organism; it becomes excessively strong, seizes
    • hold of all the organs and rots them away. That is what happens in
    • whole organism. It drives the life
    • out of the organs, for within the human being a perpetual
    • too strong, then the limbs and the inner organs gradually lose flesh
    • organs are not functioning in the right way. If he is given a very
    • just a little lively; it stimulates the organs and the effect is just
    • the astral body destroys the organs; if only a little is given, the
    • organs are stimulated just as they are stimulated by spice. If the
    • dose is increased very gradually, the organs are able to stand it.
    • the poisons I have named are also produced by the human organism
    • itself. The human organism produces in itself a little lead, copper,
    • phosphorus. Man produces within his organism all kinds of substances,
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    • being are organically interconnected and interpenetrative in him, whereas
    • fourfold organization; and only one who worships a crass materialistic
    • body and ego, we are watched over and the structure of our organization
    • with the sun show a threefold organism closely paralleling that of man.
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    • organized and formed was not brought about by a mere rotary motion,
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    • members of a great organism reaching back to Abraham. If you are told,
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    • life in the way of soul and spirit is organically introduced into the
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    • lies in what could be called the nutritional and digestive organization.
    • pre-eminently developed as to their heart and organs of circulation.
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    • myself I am isolated; but I am a member of a great organism, of a great
    • organism that goes back to Father Abraham. I am part of the great complex,
    • ego is transient and fleeting, but not so this whole great folk organism
    • communicate themselves to his organism: they are what they become for
    • the same effect in his organism. Nothing else is necessary than that
    • the organization of the whole. Tomorrow it will be our task to show
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    • all the laws governing the systems of the human organization other than
    • her virginity at this moment of the Baptism; that is, her inner organism
    • Goethe says truly that had it not been for light, no organ sensitive
    • for making the eye into an organ responsive to light, such as it had
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    • by the maternal element. He became one with the entire organism of his
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    • if conscious, so the Atlantean felt himself to be a member of an organism.
    • man. After the great Atlantean catastrophe people were organized in
    • constitute the organ of scientific thinking, are already so shrivelled
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    • from the surrounding water. Potentially all his organs were present,
    • The more tenuous material predisposition for the organs was there, but
    • and, inasmuch as we all belong to one great organism, we further learn
    • to be water — through its being received into the human organs
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    • significant difference exists between the organism of a
    • civilized man of the present and the organism of an ancient
    • the human organism. This subtle change reached a certain
    • organism can possibly attain, man had reached perfection at
    • organism has been involved in retrogression. Therefore, also
    • in the middle of the nineteenth century, the organs that
    • serve as the physical organs of human intellectual activity
    • the intellect of man requires, of course, physical organs. In
    • earlier ages, these physical organs were far less developed
    • not have such perfect organs of thinking, in the purely
    • organs that were as perfect as those of the people in the
    • were just children, they did not have the perfect organs of
    • organs of intellect. It is quite a common occurrence in our
    • the best possible organs of intellect. It may easily happen
    • clairvoyant persons do not need to exercise any organs of
    • clairvoyant and can only think have to develop their organs
    • occasion to exercise any organ of thought.
    • drawing on left). He exerts his organs of thinking and
    • clever, in the sense that he thinks by means of his organs of
    • most perfectly developed organs of thought in the middle of
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    • threefold nature of the human organism.
    • organization of the human being the part that, in regard to
    • his physical being, may be designated as the organization of
    • human organism, also penetrating the other parts of it. As a
    • second member we have the rhythmical organization. We
    • the metabolic organization of the human being, including the
    • relating to the human head organization as well as to the
    • colors, as long as we open our organs of hearing to sounds
    • penetrating our organism through the senses as through
    • continuously in the human organism, something that becomes
    • organism in dying.
    • physical life. By developing within our organism the activity
    • proceeding from our head organization, is forever going on
    • organism counteract this process of death; they overcome the
    • our head organization, on the system of nerves and senses,
    • organism. The latter counteracts this form of death. Only
    • when the remaining organization becomes weakened, exhausted
    • head, only then does death set in for the whole organism.
    • organization, the rhythmical organization. It is also present
    • in the human head organization. The interior of the human
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    • was more organic, I would say, more instinctive, more
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    • our attention to what makes up the organization of the upper
    • the life organization of the human being. Therefore, in what
    • found their way into his organization: black gall, white
    • organs, of which drawings could be made. The intermingling of
    • organ was viewed as a result of a special penetration of
    • organism. What we call knowledge of the human organism today
    • is based on the solid, earthly organism of man. In regard to
    • into the solid human being with sharply contoured organs.
    • expressed by sharp contours in the human organism. This is in
    • essence one side of humanity's evolution in the inorganic
    • say so, have emerged organically out of the ancient wisdom
    • organization in order to form speech and, along with speech,
    • clearly defined organs of man — in short, the whole
    • solidly bounded, physical, organic being. He can no longer
    • to speech out of his organism cannot originate from the
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    • constitution of the human being, an organic being moving
    • human organism.
    • organic realm with soul and spirit. Thus, in regard to the
    • organic inner sphere where the forces of the etheric body,
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    • phenomena, the purpose of the structure of the organisms, and
    • by means of his physical organization. This I, which
    • discovers itself through the physical organization, must in
    • own physical organization. An understanding for this riding
    • experience its impulse in the physical organization. It had
    • to connect itself firmly with the physical organization, but
    • experience within the physical organization.
    • experiences itself based on the physical organization, when
    • culmination. This opposition has a strong, organizing power
    • side and the other — the opponents organize as one! It
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    • wish to comprehend the human organization and observe human
    • the thing has the proper size for an organism. Therefore, we
    • organism is structured according to the golden mean: the
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    • accepted it. It was basically not organically connected with
    • of their organism, something blossoms and sprouts that is
    • weight. However, if you enter into the human organism with
    • organism. Therefore, when this purely intellectual ego goes
    • organism, which in turn affects the ego with those forces
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    • possessed something, out of the whole human organism that was
    • since thinking no longer takes hold of their organism and
    • actually believes that he is more delicately organized and
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    • nineteenth century, the human organization, in the physical
    • organization are predisposed to develop the consciousness
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    • following upon stage. We see the workers organizing
    • “Threefold Social Organism,”
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    • positioning themselves within the human organism and
    • human being. For this reason, the organism connected with
    • the moon forces within the inner human organism, we have to
    • through the eye into the human head organization, they also
    • human organization and those on the lower human organism.
    • human organization”; let us refer to what lies below
    • the heart as “lower human organism.” In viewing
    • including his head and whatever is organically connected with
    • embryo, the sun's effects work on this organization in a
    • part of the human organism above the heart — a more
    • mentioned upper organism of man. Saturn possesses the forces
    • organization. Thus, we can say Saturn possesses a
    • whole organism through the nervous system, so Jupiter is
    • permeation and organization of the human brain.
    • organization than the one that comes into play in regard to
    • soul in the human organism.
    • organization and, in turn, streaming forth from there.
    • period when his physical organ of thinking is in the stage of
    • a quite special organ of thinking; the person receives a
    • into an organ for thinking. If, on the other hand, the earth
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    • organization that enabled him to become an earth being.
    • organization and nature of body and soul.
    • possessing tremendous wisdom. Yet their organization will not
    • human organism by studying the corpse. They learn to put
    • remainder of the human organism.
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    • think at all with the same organs humanity thinks with today.
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    • the intestines into the organism. Only there does the earth's
    • speaking, organically brewed up in them and then arose within
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    • pictured the earth as a mighty organic being, a being not
    • organized in quite the same way as an animal or man, but
    • still, in a certain respect, an organism; and they considered
    • circulatory organs in that form. It causes the conditions of
    • mucus. They believed all that is mucous in the human organism
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    • part of the rest of the organism is required. But if the
    • organism; for to understand the human organism inner activity
    • antipyrin and observing its effect upon the organism. It can
    • necessary to understand anything about the organism itself.
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    • etheric bodies he has suitably developed sense organs, he is
    • he does not possess similar organs of soul and spirit in his
    • ego and astral body — organs which, if I may be
    • sense-organs — he is unable to be conscious of his
    • awake, we direct our eyes or other sense-organs outwards
    • our ordinary consciousness because we have no organs of soul
    • organ of our thinking merely taps the cosmic reservoir of
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    • plant-substances in man's etheric organism.
    • assimilated into the animal and human organisms. And now we
    • animal and human organisms as do other plants.
    • organization of the plant is permeated by its ether body. But
    • the animal and human organisms. If we eat plants that are not
    • That is to say, within his own organism he must expel the
    • us and adapts itself to the organism in a remarkable way.
    • appears in the lower part of the organism, I now sketch in
    • pass away. Then, if in the rest of his organism he is strong
    • elemental-etheric organism, and there the other part; then
    • organism can immediately destroy, which produce a stronger
    • organism, can also work constructively and with healing
    • always by the higher members of his organism — to the
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    • decision to challenge Christianity. Organized a public
    • within, through the physical organism; the Eleusinian
    • Organism. The lecture then reverts to the history of
    • the human organism and the cells of the State.
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    • associated with the physical organism. The spiritual part of
    • organism which modern science regards as the height of
    • absurdity, i.e. that the human organism is fundamentally
    • different from the animal organism. (I have already mentioned
    • When we make a serious study of the animal organism in the
    • when applied to the animal organism recognizes that, by
    • virtue of its constitution, this organism must inevitably
    • mysterious and inexplicable. When we study its organism we
    • the organism) as the need for food and drink. That death is a
    • organism.
    • the case with man, for his organism is differently
    • organism in the light of Spiritual Science we find nothing in
    • the human organism itself which suggests that death is
    • neither man nor his physical organism were made for death.
    • felt that something had entered into his physical organism
    • mortal, not after the fashion of other forms of organic life,
    • individual animal which is mortal in virtue of its organism.
    • organism which is subject to death without having undergone
    • organism is such that, as individual organism, it is ordained
    • to die. This does not apply to the human organism to the same
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    • you calculate from the organic changes in the human organism
    • two hundred years, of course, the human organism will have
    • the Earth as an organism, like a plant, the moral law as the
    • seed which is formed within the organism, and the Christ
    • organization, whilst this does not apply to man. He is mortal
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    • pulsation is set up within our whole organism. The
    • organism our respiration responds to the metabolic process.
    • which bears a number of male and female organs.
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    • by the light for the light. Out of indeterminate organs light
    • has called forth an organ akin to itself — the
    • responsible for the sense organs which man possesses today.
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    • organized at Heliopolis. It was arranged that an actor,
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    • manner in which the fire and water in the organisms
    • organism, a self-knowledge that can be seen in the souls of
    • own organism. As we look back into the history of art, we
    • the physical organism, the Eleusinian Mysteries were quite
    • organs. It is possible for man to experience himself in other
    • ways, but the organs of the body are indispensable in order
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    • The State as Organism,
    • State and its organization, but at no time does one feel that
    • astral organism, how that which was active in the lotus
    • The State as Organism.
    • integrated whole, in other words, as an organism primarily.
    • Many have already described the State as an organism and are
    • then always faced with the question: an organism consists of
    • Kjellen also shared this view: the State is an organism as
    • the human or animal organism is an organism, and just as the
    • human organism consists of individual cells, so too the State
    • organism are juxtaposed, and this juxtaposition has a special
    • significance. The whole structure of the human organism
    • depends upon this juxtaposition. In the organism of the State
    • individual cells in the human or animal organism. That is out
    • the organism. And even if at a pinch we compare the State
    • with an organism we must realize that we and the whole of
    • element in man can sustain the State, whilst the organism is
    • comparing the State with an organism; one could equally well
    • an organism if he so wishes. But if he wishes to make this
    • Earth can be compared to an organism. A fruitful idea then
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    • society and the organization of Christianity on the original
    • The State as Organism
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • knowledge of the organs and their working over into the next earthly
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • digestive organs, when you look beyond merely the rhythm to
    • the nerve-sense organs; then we consider the head itself. A
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • around the inner organs — heart, lungs, liver, and so on
    • his organs, for the fluid human being is something that is in
    • a continual streaming. His organism is something that moves
    • continually .within itself, and into this fluid organism the
    • airy organism now inserts itself. The air streams in, uniting
    • who is organized not only in the solid element but also in
    • and also whose airy element is organized through rhythm
    • this rhythmic organization of the human being.
    • organize themselves into the different animals stream in from
    • penetrates this organism so that it not only grows and is
    • organization — for regarding our air organization we
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • organic processes of life. They become the forces out of
    • which man continuously builds up his organism anew.
    • worn-out organs out of something unspecified — out of
    • health of the organism. The imaginative activity is thus very
    • are hallucinations that have been pressed out of the organs
    • the conformations of his organs — liver, lungs, etc.
    • complicated the more we ascend from mineral, inorganic
    • substance to organic substance. We say that the organic
    • individual atoms in the complicated organic molecules are
    • with another within organic substance, within the living
    • organic a substance is, the less one atom will be chemically
    • molecules but inorganic matter inwardly torn asunder,
    • inorganic matter that has rid itself of the crystallization
    • ordinary molecules of the organs, and it is most of all the
    • organism here
    • together only by the rest of the organism. Because of the
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • forces of the physical body, the physical organization. We
    • have the nerve-sense organization, which extends over the
    • head; we have the rhythmic organization, including the rhythm
    • have the metabolic-limb organization, which we consider as
    • one, because man's movements are intimately and organically
    • metabolic-limb organization of the previous incarnation. If
    • metabolic-limb system forward to the head organization of the
    • understands the human organization can read these truths
    • directly from the human organization. The present trend of
    • them as organs of equal value, since both consist of cells,
    • such a way, and two organ systems that are as different from
    • developed, a psychic cognition of the organs. We learn really
    • mystic — will become acquainted with each single organ.
    • He learns to know the differentiated human organism. We reach
    • and works toward a concrete cognition of the inner organs of
    • directly with the rhythmic organism, and the world of will is
    • connected with the metabolic-limb organism. If I will
    • organism. The nervous system is there only in order that one
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    • How do the human organs: heart, lung, kidney, liver, spleen, etc.,
    • given in these lectures to the relation of the inner organs to soul
    • of the human being reveals the riddles of its organs only if
    • reflecting-back on the outsides of the inner organs. We need
    • sense organs — up to this line is what is outside the
    • organs. This line represents the schematic borderline for the
    • organs of the human being: this is the point of reflection,
    • is thrown back by the force of the organs that are behind it.
    • through occult development, we see into our organs, as I
    • organized in such a way that we are capable of love between
    • placed before your soul. The human being must be organized in
    • the thought from descending into the organs. Its forces do
    • into the organs. At the moment when we die, the thought
    • organized will. Actually the human being can truly awaken
    • organized in such a way that above is a world that is cosmic
    • roll along, with the rest of his organism totally
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    • one can really only perceive if one has an organ to grasp it.
    • organ which the evolutionary development of mankind has
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    • physical sense organs cannot really know what is hidden
    • that in which our karma is woven and is an organization which
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    • about social organization. This 4th post-Atlantean period
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    • organism and the rest of the organism which stands at a much
    • working together, of this head organism with the rest of the
    • human organism. When we move a hand, the body is at the basis
    • but through the organic fettering of the human being man's
    • once attempted to characterize an organism from the natural
    • must be an organism, because just imagine, if the
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    • organization of the state; they were educated so that they
    • island in all its details and organizations, but nothing is
    • permeates the organization of the state on the island of
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    • short time. They entered single villages and organized these
    • Instruments such as organs, certain painting techniques,
    • has the following properties. He has an organism which on the
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    • answered. The city of Loos was so organized that no one was
    • city which had this organization. Therefore when Solomon
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    • human organization in sleep and in the waking state.
    • Albert Schaeffle's analogy between organism and State not
    • acceptable. Social life of the whole earth as an organism.
    • human organism. Physical reproduction to cease in the sixth
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    • nature of the human organism which is fundamental to
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    • principles on which their whole organization is based. The
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    • more of a growing, sprouting organism. It then started to
    • of organic life forms in the realm of the earth. Basing
    • organization. We do still incarnate, but no longer in order
    • to take care of our own organization. This organization
    • will invent a vaccine to influence the organism as early as
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    • organs which are normally called the organs of his lower
    • organized in such a way that candidates with intuitive and
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    • a few more tons of organic matter perish in the Fields of
    • battle! What are a few tons of organic matter compared to
    • applied to the dead, inorganic mineral world. If philosophers
    • inorganic world. The concepts developed in modern science
    • apply only to the inorganic world, but people are all the
    • temporal reality of so and so many tons of organic matter;
    • as much as the whole inorganic world taken together!
    • organism. This is the kind of thing people do when they use
    • organism and individual citizens as the cells in this
    • organism. Hermann Bahr — I have spoken of him before
    • organism, with the individual citizens as its cells. We do,
    • cells function in an organism, and about the laws which
    • pertain in an organism, and this transfers quite prettily to
    • about the State as an organism did seem entirely unrealistic
    • were to compare States to organisms, we should at least try
    • cut bits off one organism and give them to a neighbouring
    • organism. This is something people should realize, but they
    • Kjellen's case the State and the organism. Things must always
    • exists, and the organism, too, exists. Neither of them can be
    • certainly be compared to an organism. The political events on
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    • what does it matter if so and so many more tons of organic
    • philosophy of ‘tons of organic matter’ is
    • taking note of how its organs gradually change, or partly
    • change, and calculate how much these human organs change over
    • out how much these organs change over a period of centuries.
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    • ascending line, with organic evolution raised above mere
    • spirit. Goethe may only have made a start with organic evolution
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
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    • organic evolution taking its course without involving
    • organic development certain parts lose their original
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    • organisasjon. Det kan dristig påståes at en gjennom
    • normalt har vi for oss et menneskelegeme hvor de ankelte organer
    • kommuniserer med hverandre, hvor de enkelte organer er forbundne med
    • hinannen på bestemt måte. De enkelte organer virker på
    • alvorlig virke på seg, blir de enkelte organer mere
    • selvstendige, mere uavhengige av hinannen. Alle organer blir
    • legemes helhetsliv svekket og organenes egenliv styrket. Selv om
    • denne svekkelse av helhetslivet og styrkelsen av organenes egenliv
    • ryggmargen, ja alle organer selvstendigere, mere levende og
    • lærd, måtte jeg si: Organene går over fra en stabil
    • noe til denne nye likevektstilstand i sine organer. Man er ikke vant
    • til å føle denne organenes bevegelighet og uavhengighet.
    • Man merker, føler sine organer bare når de fungerer
    • ganske svakt — denne organenes uavhengighet, og kan ta det for
    • menneskehetsutviklingens tidligere tider var de enkelte organer ennu
    • finne seg i dette utviklingstrinn, hvor organene blir uavhengige av
    • er nødvendig å tilpasse hele sin organisme til det nye sted
    • i hele vår organisme. Allt blir
    • det nu påfallende, at det ikke lenger er hele organismen som
    • blodsystemet skiller seg ut fra den øvrige organisme og at
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    • til oppbygning og organisering av det fysiske hylle er forskjellen
    • blir tilført den menneskelige organisme, og det lærer man
    • menneskelige organisme, det gjør denne beredt til å
    • mennesket gjennomtrenger sin egen organisme med virkningene av
    • de krefter i organismen som bringer mennesket i en slags kosmisk
    • egen organisme, det aktiverer krefter som finnes i hele solsystemet,
    • himmellegeme i hele planetsystemet. Den letthet som organismen
    • menneskelige organisme utdannes en evne til å oppleve likesom et
    • smaks-inntrykk, således at organismen derved fornemmer hvorledes
    • vil det gjøre sin organisme, sitt fysiske legeme beslektet med
    • næringsstoffene i den menneskelige organisme.
    • mennesket nyter den eller selv danner den i sin egen organisme, er
    • eggehvitesubstansen bevirker i organismen. Idet hele den fysiske
    • organisme blir mere bevegelig, lærer sjelen efterhvert som den
    • jeg-organismes sammenheng med jorden, er det likefrem heldig å
    • organismen som bevirkes av kaffe og te fornemmes mere levende av den
    • menneskelige organisme, at denne til en viss grad frigjør sitt
    • hvorpå de forskjellige organer differensierer seg — blir
    • overordentlig interessant og betydningsfullt organ for den okkulte
    • kroppen, slik at man måtte betrakte hjertet som det organ som
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    • særlig med hensyn til sansene, til sanseorganene, fører
    • bevegeligere, noe som også kunne sies om andre fysiske organer,
    • opplevelse man har overfor sine sanseorganer under den esoteriske
    • eller antroposofiske utvikling. Vi vet jo, at disse sanseorganer
    • føler likesom de fysiske sanseorganer seg dømt til
    • de nu som fysiske sanseorganer er utkoblet, så inntrer
    • efterhånden en tiltagende bevissthet om de enkelte sanseorganer,
    • føle er ikke det fysiske sanseorgan, men eterkreftene,
    • eterlegemets krefter som virker organiserende på sanseorganene.
    • sanseorganers natur stige opp, som like så mange i en innborede
    • eteriske organisasjoner. Det er overordentlig interessant. I samme
    • lærer man å kjenne noe som borer seg inn i ens organisasjon
    • som lysorganismer, man lærer da virkelig å erkjenne at
    • på vår organisme. For mens man ser bort fra all virksomhet
    • de eteriske lyskrefter, som virker organiserende på øyet.
    • som befinner seg i eterlegemet og som organiserte vårt
    • høreorgan en imøte, likesom boret inn i organismen. Og man
    • har en slik organisasjon, at man nøyaktig erkjenner: dette
    • vidunderlige organisasjon kunne slett ikke dannes av de krefter der
    • dannet, som det nu sitter på organismen, slik henger det intimt
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    • komplisert organ. — Det er likesom blitt føyet sammen av
    • organisasjon som eterlegemet er, særlig den menneskelige hjernes
    • organisasjon. – Inn i vår hjerne virker altså seks
    • av visse organer, som motsvarer denne del av eterlegemet, vise at de
    • — i forgangne tider. Jeg mener nu ikke det, som jeg nylig
    • forgangent tidsforløp inn i fremtiden. —
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    • når dette likesom støtes opp fra ens egen organisme, da
    • når vi idag føler: Vi er slik organisert at vi kan utvikle
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    • fysiske legeme har vi kunnet betone at de enkelte organer føles
    • organisert tåkedannelse, en tåkedannelse med mangfoldige
    • våre enkelte fysiske organer, som nutildags så å si
    • organer, deri er bare den siste dekadente rest av et opprinnelig
    • organer seg litt efter litt til det, de engang var. Likesom en tanke,
    • organene i underlivet, de viser seg for oss som en erindring om det,
    • som organene i underlivet.
    • legemlige organer. Vi vil bare tegne det skjematisk: tyr, løve,
    • Omkring disse hovedorganer kan vi også skue de andre
    • organer i det, som de var tidligere i den fjerne fortid, og vi
    • det måtte eksistere i en lengst forgangen urtid, forat det, som
    • Og nu vet mennesket at han i hin urfjerne, lengst forgangne
    • sammenskrumpningen blitt til våre nuværende sanseorganer.
    • større og større, at alle organer tiltar i størrelse,
    • og at alle organer — fordøyelses-, blodomløpets- og
    • åndedrettsorganene, idet de tiltar i størrelse, blir
    • nerveorganene blir til plantevesener, i dette mektige område
    • i det indre gjennom sanseorganene, betjente seg av det innskrumpete
    • opp fra den øvrige organisme de krefter, som underholder dette
    • kraft opp, som kommer fra det i organismen utbredte redskap for det
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    • seg som jordorganisme på en viss måte virkelig er gått
    • menneskets øvrige organisme vært under forvandling, under
    • menneskets organisme — når vi unntar hodet —
    • forandringer i sin øvrige organisme. Derav vil De kunne dra den
    • skyggeaktig. Menneskets øvrige organisasjon derimot blir
    • meget mektigere organisasjon. De vil finne det paradoksalt, men det
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    • Memory has only been able to develop since the Earth-organism with
    • organism’ of the Hierarchies than is the case now, in
    • organism which is permeated with mineral substance. If this were the
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    • Discoveries and the Human Physical Organization. Collisions between
    • Libra; the sexual organs to Scorpio; the thigh to Sagittarius; the
    • in the previous incarnation. The organs of sight again are of a
    • whole head, will be represented by one sense-organ;
    • what to-day is the larynx (including the neighbouring organs of
    • in the next incarnation will serve another part of the organism; the
    • that points, in germ, to organs of speech? Do not the gestures of
    • sense-organ of the head? And the idea that what is physically
    • sensitiveness different from that of the organ of touch which is
    • spread over the whole body) is preparing to become the organ for the
    • organism of man and technical discoveries.
    • the human organism itself we have exactly the same thing.
    • In the human organism
    • and we shall never find these organic arrangements absent. If,
    • organs — is of a Luciferic nature.
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    • was chosen out because the special organisation of his physical brain
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    • that system of relationships, which we call the human organism, comes
    • solely to breaking down the human organism and does nothing to build
    • thinking into an organ of touch for the soul, so that we may feel
    • organ of touch which we ourselves have become.
    • far-reaching organ of touch we can — as we shall see —
    • can be perceived by our ordinary sense-organs, and this offers
    • resistance on meeting the ordinary organs of touch. Then we
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    • organism, so that spiritually we feel that a new world is opening out
    • organism. Cut it off, and it is no longer what it was; it dies. If
    • than a part of your organism, I have no independent existence. That
    • the organism.
    • whole human organism has been brought forth out of an element which for
    • astral body. In a certain sense, it encloses the Ego-organisation.
    • body, and Ego-organisation. Knowledge of the Ego, however, entails
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    • organisation and Ego-organisation which in the morning re-enter the
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    • compared with that of nature, is so disorganised, so
    • breast-organisation embracing all that is rhythmical, the
    • penetrate into the human organism and are held back, to some extent,
    • in the organism that the spirit can enter most easily, and this it
    • with the other members of the human organism; as we shall soon hear,
    • the reverse with the metabolic-limb system, which embraces the organs for
    • them is provided by your head. The head is the organ which fills
    • of the digestive organs. So that something which in reality
    • consists of head-breast-limbs-digestive organs. People think of
    • the substance of the metabolic-limb organs comes from the spiritual
    • the rest of his organism also disappears; with the head goes the
    • processes in the digestive organs — all this activity is
    • substance it participates in a man's third organisation, his metabolic-limb
    • organised for it.
    • finds himself in a dream-world which is so completely disorganised.
    • only our head-organisation is here concerned — to say: “I
    • will comes into its own, the third member of the human organisation.
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    • our organism merely for the working of chemical and physical forces.
    • was evolving merely inorganically or with creatures of a lower order,
    • particularly grateful to the organisers of the course for having thus
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    • about the membering of his organism, it can be seen that in sleep he
    • body and the Ego-organisation.
    • bed, while the astral and Ego organisations enter a purely spiritual
    • organisation and the etheric that holds his world of thought; on the
    • other, the Ego and the astral organisation.
    • a man's whole thought-world remains in the etheric organisation,
    • organisation. For throughout the whole of an earthly life the
    • organisation, for neither do they ever part from one another during
    • straight away into the organs of these bodies our experiences and the
    • a man lives with his Ego and astral organisation outside his physical
    • spirit, as Ego and astral organisation, he is interwoven with
    • only what is experienced by the astral organisation, when outside the
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    • organism, is throughout an effect of subconscious anxiety during the
    • so organised the Cosmos that it would give men pleasure only.
    • existence, we have a physical body and an etheric body so organised
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    • system the organism for metabolism and movement.” In the
    • all its organs,” of which the chief is the kidney system, after
    • described as organs. In the same way that in earthly life we have
    • Venus, so, after that, we have organs which we must attribute to
    • our inner organs, just as heart, pineal gland, kidneys, are on Earth. All
    • these new organs, not fully formed when first we leave the soul-world
    • first circle the spiritual Mars organ is developed; in the second,
    • the Jupiter organ, and the Saturn organ in the last circle. If
    • organ in the sphere of Mars, the Jupiter organ in the Jupiter-sphere,
    • and in the sphere of Saturn the corresponding Saturn organ. This is
    • Mars-organisation, and has absorbed those Jupiter and Saturn forces
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    • work in the building up of our organs, and in the forces weaving and
    • living in them; we bear it within us when those organs flower into
    • towards a man's head-organisation, and all that has more to do
    • Forces work up from the heart towards the head organisation and bring
    • subconsciously causes a trembling in the astral and etheric organs
    • body. A man's head-organisation, that most wonderful, most perfect
    • other hand, his lower organisation, though merely physical in
    • In a future life on Earth these forces will flow through the organs
    • head. Hence the physical organisation itself affords a reflection of
    • is contrary to its natural organisation.
    • every organ; the difference between man and animal will still not be
    • direction, discharging itself in the internal organs. This
    • directed forces, which then go out from the brain into the organs of
    • human organism through countless ages, so that the child should be
    • became an essential part of his organism. In this way man's past can
    • human organism, for the effect can indeed be seen. The dilution is
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    • second component of our soul-organism, this life of emotions. Thus we
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    • the bodily organs is contrary to destiny. All that is directly
    • work beneficially even upon our bodily organization. On the other
    • hand, in no other way do we injure this organization more than
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    • “solutions,” on seeking, on organizing, on
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    • human organism when we think atomistically. This is one thing
    • really what should be active in the child's organism. They
    • organic functions. Thus, on a higher level, something that
    • actually takes place in the human organism.
    • organizations — liberal, conservative and many other
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    • this aggregate of the village community can be organized.
    • Indeed, it is only by the threefold social organism that the
    • individualities can also be organized.
    • threefold social organism must incorporate the individual
    • hand, it must save from ruin the crumbling Western organisms
    • introduced into the social organism?” The grocer, for
    • threefold social organism. If one is incapable of tackling
    • vegetarian organizations, etc. The really important thing is
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    • sense organization. It is not until twelve senses are taken
    • sensory organization of man. First of all, we wish today to
    • of external corporeality, if, through our sense organization,
    • What meets you in the interplay with your own organism, what
    • organized in a much more inward way, materially speaking of
    • course, than the organs of taste.
    • Even in regard to the organic organization, a difference
    • organs that are as much of a physical nature as are those
    • in yourself. A hard object pushes your organs far back into
    • organism when you perceive by means of the sense of touch.
    • requires another sense organ differing from the mere word
    • subtle configuration of the human organization — a
    • leaving behind our organs of sight. Particularly, when we
    • out through the organ of taste, the pictures appear tinged
    • the physical body through the organ of taste.
    • their tinge now consists of. In case of the organ of taste,
    • the sense of speech to become familiar with this organ, which
    • is just as real in the physical organization as is the sense
    • through this organ, Inspiration is tinged with inner
    • organs to the outside, as it were, but in the various
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    • complicated organism, and from all the various phenomena that
    • organism becomes obvious. Much is happening today that
    • currently a most complicated organism. At the earliest
    • last Sunday about the nature of the human sense organism.
    • physical, corporeal organization of which he consists in the
    • lecture in connection with the sense organization. Today, we
    • bodily organization and know that it is connected to the
    • organization is not really available to what human science,
    • constitutes the human physical organization and its
    • of memory in ordinary life. We must be so organized as human
    • our physical bodily organization is concealed from us. Just
    • organized.
    • his inner organic life. For, if we penetrate this mirror, we
    • in their mysticism. We arrive at organic processes of which,
    • clothed in such beautiful words is related to these organic
    • flammable material — it is the product of these organic
    • the organic life and is described in abstract forms merely
    • because one lacks the insight into how this organic life is
    • as mysticism the inwardly surging organic life. Certainly,
    • The inner organic life is the lower form of life. It is not
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    • one saw an expression of the whole human organization just as
    • organization of the whole human being. It would also not be
    • body's organization as a result of the metabolic processes
    • the organization, it would be childish. I told you earlier
    • the remaining human organization. Philosophers such as Max Dessoir,
    • out of the seething organism as the inner spark, the inner
    • of the flickering of organic processes. Knowledge, then, must
    • healthy or unhealthy judgments, I refer to his organization.
    • organism of public life. The present days are almost more
    • everything possible that organically exists and works in the
    • social organism, held by some to be the most material and
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    • organism, the world of material realities.
    • constitution of the material human organism. One should not
    • liver, heart, lungs, and other organs that mystics in
    • organs. Just as tallow turns into flame, so everything that
    • organization, but different kinds of special divine sparks,
    • organization.
    • organization. We can only grasp it when we leave space
    • an organism asking to be understood by means of its symptoms.
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    • social organism. Fundamentally speaking, all that we have
    • the social organism will have to be developed, we shall have
    • one may ask from where in the human organization this
    • we bear as our physical organism is something that does not
    • thinking is adapted, on the one hand, to organizing economic
    • matters within the social organism; on the other hand, it is
    • the social organism, the one that arises from the
    • state organism of the threefold social order have to be put
    • sphere of the threefold social organism, has to be created.
    • We can learn about the constitution of the spiritual organism
    • is another with a special aptitude for organizing the state;
    • social organism are found in different regions of the earth,
    • threefold social organism through human activity what by its
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    • contribution to the spiritual life of the social organism.
    • of the human organization do not come to expression in the
    • governmental element in the social organization. He forms it
    • the social organism.
    • creating industrial organizations and associations. It is
    • organizations, it would have been applied in its rightful
    • threefold social organism, they must work together. These
    • did Adam Smith, but only to the organization of the economic
    • relationship with each other; what kind of social organism
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    • “idea of the organism” and the “spirit,”
    • systematically as organized human life. This he summed up in
    • social organization itself. Regarding these matters, he stood
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    • eyes, ears, organs of warmth, and on our senses as a whole.
    • organism with his ego and astral body, he has no share in the
    • his physical organism, man dwells within this (upper) region
    • discovers there the mysteries of his organization, the
    • organism. Were man really to penetrate the barrier, he would
    • organization, something that would appear thoroughly prosaic
    • establishes itself in the prosaic organs of the human
    • this whole inner structure of man's organs is none other than
    • speaking sweats out of itself what is present as organs in
    • the human organism. When man looks into his inner being upon
    • towards him, this organic structure is first discovered,
    • he then beholds behind this organic structure the other
    • In our organs,
    • organism; for, as we stand, as we walk, we are within this
    • organized so that he can sense this centripetal world
    • could not imagine that the human organism is constituted of
    • picture how the human limb system organizes itself from' one
    • then the atoms of the subsequent organism group themselves
    • humanity in an upward reorganization.
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    • gives rise to the forming of our limb organism and all that
    • etheric organisms and discovers what it is that forms and
    • molds this organism and permeates it with movement. This
    • which a number of other things occur in our limb organism. We
    • manner. This is expressed even in his very organism, the
    • human organism, but it must not be believed that it can
    • disintegrating organism of the brain. From this chaotic brain
    • organism arises the element that can constitute the life of
    • the spirit. At the opposite end of mankind's organization,
    • much organs of the soul as is the head. It is one of the
    • organically in a one-sided way to the nervous system. Only
    • Hence, it is from the centrifugal forces, the fresh organic
    • in man's limb organization and in all that belongs to it,
    • third member of the social organism, namely, the economic
    • the head organization underlying the mind and spirit we deal
    • of the economic organization we confront the youngest
    • of man's organization, of which the human being is completely
    • youngest forces of man's organization that have not yet
    • youngest forces of humanity's organization, is, and has to
    • drawn from the chaos of the natural human organization by
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    • one of the domains of the threefold social organism. The ego
    • social organism. Were we to stop at the etheric body as it
    • social organism. We could say that if man is viewed inwardly,
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    • structural organization of the social order. At the same time
    • lives on earth, works upon these members of his organization.
    • more refined members of the human organism, the astral and
    • organism is connected with the human environment, just as man
    • present condition is organized in the direction of the
    • threefold social organism. Here you have, then, the
    • domain of the threefold social organism. Such a spiritual
    • of rights of the threefold social organism.
    • sphere of the social organism.
    • outer world, in the social organism. With his astral body,
    • man is anchored in the rights sphere of the social organism;
    • the social order in its structural organization is brought
    • the structure of his organism. The social life, in turn,
    • social organism, was more from the will aspect. Now we turn
    • physical organism of man; it is the form (see
    • organism, then, decidedly bears its traces into the next
    • the life of rights in the social organism of past ages.
    • organism? In the same way that we cannot consider the head by
    • remaining organism, we must not consider the human being in
    • member of the social organism becomes a sphere molded and
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    • the actual spirit realm of the social organism.
    • to designate as the rights sphere within the social organism.
    • belongs to the economic sphere of the social organism. Here
    • flourishing and ripening through the human organs; it turns
    • within the social organism? What is it, after all, that we
    • organism. We must return to a life that experiences what
    • organizations and reform movements chatter today is mere
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    • the various branches of the threefold social organism have
    • organized, in the first place, in the direction of his
    • organization such as digestion, metabolism, heartbeat,
    • them to the remaining organism, you must not compare them to
    • It is only because the human organization eliminates what is
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    • world through the Threefold Social Organism was only a kind
    • the Threefold Social Organism, as long as the old leaders are
    • Sozialen Organismus und zur Zeitlage;
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    • by means of soul-Spirit organs, just as man during physical
    • existence has experiences through his physical organs.
    • whole human organism than one usually believes. Today,
    • organism. The same element that emancipates itself at age
    • teeth has been active in the whole organism. It is, however,
    • the body that spread over the whole organism, not focusing on
    • one organ as clearly as does man's change of voice. In both
    • Once again, this is an essential change in the organism. What
    • of the male, in the female in other organs. This
    • transformation of the larynx or similar organs. Here you even
    • of what occurs in the organism during puberty. A spiritual
    • communicated to us; concealed in our organism is the
    • feeling that this organized his spirit in a correct sense and
    • over the body and organizes it so that it will submit as
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    • organism, the former compares and classifies organisms.
    • realize fraternity in the social organism, liberty in the
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    • Organ of Anarchism. J. H. Mackay (1864–1933).
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    • connections; they were organized in craft and merchant
    • organized in craft guilds or corporations, etcetera. All
    • these organizations were permeated by the powerful and
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    • that can only apprehend the inorganic, i.e. dead forms. It
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    • forces within him; he is given over to the forces of organic
    • possibility of conscious thought to the process of organic
    • old school which simply compares and classifies organisms
    • scientific outlook which sees nature as a living organism.
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    • organs necessary for the development of the Consciousness
    • experiment, following the same procedure for inorganic life
    • as for organic life. But by experimentation he loses touch
    • inorganic. The art of experimentation can tell us nothing of
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    • that the world may be fated to have its organization
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    • Austrian Realschule, which was organized on the most modern
    • the end to set up a schoolmaster as world organizer. Those
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    • what matters is that a temporal kingdom, and organized as
    • extremely well organized expression, of what I referred to as
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    • organized church, subject to the Roman pontiff; and how then
    • corporate life was organized on the authoritarian principle
    • antiquity. It was an organization based on aristocracy and
    • republic, it developed into an imperial organization, into an
    • ecclesiastical organization with political leanings.
    • could not be incorporated in an ecclesiastical organization,
    • an organization directed by a leader with twelve
    • spirit of organization. But in the final analysis an
    • organization is only of value if it is created imperceptibly
    • is not the organization of mankind as a whole, but rather the
    • with the desire for external organization. The antithesis to
    • throughout the whole world by institutions or organizations
    • must be independent of external organization, state
    • organization and organizations akin to the state; it must
    • organization; it must inspire the hearts and souls of men who
    • any kind of organization. What mistakes have been made in
    • this, the terrible ecclesiastical organization of Czarism!
    • organization and to imbue them with the spirit of Catholicism.
    • organization of the state is impregnated with the Catholic
    • cannot understand the state organization unless we bear in
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    • above it like a Fata Morgana, a mirror-image, an unreality,
    • Fata Morgana. Truly, it is an extraordinary thing —
    • transform it into an ideology, a Fata Morgana. The modern
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    • thing. Like the human or any other organism it is mobile and
    • physiologist studies the brain, the sense organs, nerves,
    • liver, spleen and heart. For him they are organs placed in
    • a single unitary organism. We do not do so. We distinguish
    • organism in which man as a three-fold being is contained.
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    • organism — in the nerves and senses system. We
    • look into the human organism and we find the Rhythm. For all
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    • first to mature. His bodily organs develop both in their
    • become larger, his organs become more perfect externally as
    • soul being ceases to be dependent on his bodily organs whose
    • organism. The soul did not participate for so long in those
    • forces that arose from the declining organism and that could
    • lacks organs that could bring him into communication with any
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    • have brought together, in order to demonstrate organic
    • physical organism. Then comes the time when the soul and
    • spirit cease to be dependent on the organism. However, in the
    • the growing, thriving, flourishing life of the organism. Then
    • began, that the organic life was withdrawing. But he also
    • man's bodily organism. It will spread ever more unless a
    • support from the bodily organism. This accounts for the fact,
    • concepts. The way he is naturally organized prevents him, if
    • of organizing the sale of oil or arranging art galleries.
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    • organism is so formed that the nose could only be where it is
    • organism, but for that there is no longer any feeling or
    • part of the earth's organism is no longer taken into account.
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    • organization and denied to those who are intellectually
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    • about it as if it were an organism in which the human beings
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    • organism relates to a machine.
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    • that we prepare and organize our new ether body in such a way
    • freed of the organizing influence of the State. He drew so
    • bills he introduced and passed for reorganizing the Port of
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    • demanding a food that will sustain the bodily organism for
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    • the organ of desire. He personifies the form of Christianity which
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    • threefold division of his organism to which I have often
    • earth-life. The limb-system, with which the sex- organisation
    • what corresponds in the soul to this organisation points
    • his organism is the combined work of the forces which play
    • sets of forces works itself out in man's breast-organisation,
    • members of the human organism. For the head not only shows by
    • ordinary consciousness, our organic functions are closely
    • his organism, and the exhaled air as it leaves the body, and
    • do with more than a visible physical organism, for we bear a
    • fine etheric, super-sensible organism in us — to which
    • differentiated, compared with the physical organism;
    • organism, there comes out in caricature what is some day to
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    • evolves from the one before it, just as the organically
    • with amazement, how, for instance, certain human organs are
    • depicted as wings and formed into an organ entwined round the
    • so that the head, wings and ears form one organ. These wings,
    • this head-organ, present themselves as the figure of Lucifer.
    • through this organ of ear combined with wine. Without any
    • spheres itself, speaks through this same organ, of which the
    • the human form, an organ composed of larynx-ear-wing.
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    • whole an we have to do with a delicately-woven organisation,
    • Anglo-American circles this is organised into a science. They
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    • organism.” Something really significant is
    • of the community must be looked upon as an organism, not as a
    • life of the community except as an “organism.”
    • understood as an “organism:” it is an affair
    • only there can we find the “meta-organism!” which
    • transcends the mere “organism.”
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    • your organism as regards the outer bodily part of it. In fact
    • experienced more as a unity wherein the head-organism and the
    • reproduction-organism (sex-organism) are closely associated.
    • alien to one another. The material organism of childhood does
    • from one another, our substance is organised from within. It
    • organised inwardly, therefore we are connected with different
    • goes on, the head-organism needs to move itself further away
    • builds his organism from year to year, but he divides it; on
    • the one side he looks at his organism, which he imagines to
    • says: We have on the one side a sense-organism, a bodily one,
    • complete organism is but a small part of what we are as human
    • beings. We only “dwell” in this organism. What we
    • are accustomed to look upon as our organism, densified
    • life. Everything belonging to the physical corporeal organism
    • life. Paying attention to what forms our organism, in the way
    • soul-spiritual part has fashioned his organism. This comes
    • and resources: sharply circumscribed ideas for organising the
    • organisation. Individual soul, family soul, and nation-soul
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    • organisations fostered during the early centuries of
    • “Church” was an organization rather for the
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    • organism — the whole mechanism with which man is
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    • was, so to speak, the organiser of all the sciences and arts studied
    • the great organiser and administrator of all that flourished under
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    • the Englishman, Bacon of Verulam. And a great organiser at the Court
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    • descend to the earth and unite with a physical-etheric organisation,
    • one learns how the human body is built up and organised here on
    • into his organs and suffers almost lifelong illness. This is
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    • rest of his organism is subsequently brought to expression in the
    • start from the head. Above all, such expressive organs as the hands
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    • sense-organs — are, in reality, such profoundly wise
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    • in his organism, apart from his head, is carried through the life
    • formed out of the limb-system and the rest of the organism of the
    • has then a very strong urge to send into the rest of his organism
    • into his organism. In the first seven years of life, everything
    • contained in the organism, muscles, bones, etc., is formed from out
    • the past into the present earthly life, with the way the organism is
    • head-organisation in the next life has no relation with the forces of
    • simply becoming familiar with the organs and their interconnections.
    • taken and one organ after another in him is studied. The head, for
    • than the stereotyped pattern of his organism. This is quite wrong.
    • is the head-organisation. This is essentially determined by the
    • in the human head, right into its inner organisation, right into the
    • organ which is at rest, and where one part lies alongside
    • first place: that is to say, an acid is formed in the human organism.
    • structure and organisation, but is expelled. The content of the
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    • about the effects of the various foodstuffs upon the organism?
    • — or upon what he knows of its effect upon his organs; what he
    • forms the basis of my earthly-bodily organisation. As I brought into
    • our organisation. This is the part of man that is conditioned by the
    • organism can that part of him which in earthly life is connected with
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    • physical organism but he elaborates what is otherwise to be found in
    • within the human organism.
    • evidence of a mineralising process; the organism becomes sclerotic,
    • period. In the little child and the young human being the organism is
    • being. A change takes place in the physical organism at puberty
    • onset of the destructive forces of his organism. Before the 35th year
    • the organism itself provides essential support, for its inherent
    • extends through the whole organism. The same is true of the rhythmic
    • in the head but is present through the whole organism. We can feel
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    • and determined his organisation of body, soul and spirit, lie
    • simply arise out of the whole organism of Jupiter. Rather in the way
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    • where is their organ of perception? This organ of perception is
    • sensory organs and intellect that we extend beyond their realm. It is
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    • here in view of the limitations of our present organisation which do
    • a sense organ, but because the sense organs are concentrated chiefly
    • a true judgment to be formed of the human organisation in health and
    • within a human organisation. And this activity can be either normal
    • into his physical and etheric organisation.
    • memories we say that it presents, as faithfully as our organisation
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    • namely, the ego-organisation and astral body. And as we gaze at what
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    • Ahrimanic powers. Within the living organism of gods behind the
    • organism of the earth we perceive the justification for this
    • physical organisation.
    • ego-organisation. And what would have been happening up to the
    • process, the organism would have been involved in a process of slow
    • astral body or the ego-organisation.
    • body and an ego-organisation which might still have been living on
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    • The thought world in the region of the sense organization;
    • the animal organization; the significance of the
    • animals and organ-formation; preparation of the etheric body
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    • destruction in whole human organism. What I am portraying is
    • strives somehow to draw the blood from the living organism,
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    • to the boundary of our physical body, where the sense organs
    • our organization. And if one is so advanced that one has this
    • submerged into our organization.
    • into our organization and become conscious from within
    • physical organization, not as far as the senses and therefore
    • not to the periphery, but only into the inner organization.
    • immediately dives down into our organization and rays back as
    • look between the members of the human organization. We think
    • feel our I from our entire organism. We feel it in the way we
    • actually become free of our organization; we unite ourselves
    • placing our whole organization into the outer world, willing becomes
    • real organization. If one grasps what is weaving there,
    • brings our whole organism together. Pre-existent thought
    • quite clearly that one sleeps in one's own organism. Just as
    • organization. One sleeps into the organism. One learns to
    • distinguish this sleeping into the organism, which first
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    • building up his organism and that he has brought with him
    • the organization and how what works in these pictures brings
    • life thus is much more actively at work on the organism than
    • the soul life of man, which is more free of the organism
    • is a thought organism, a pictorial thought organism to which
    • we grow accustomed. This pictorial thought organism
    • underlies our own organization. In our etheric body we are
    • organs have formed inwardly as soul experience of the outer
    • will, and presses itself into the human organism. We actually
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    • mainly in the configuration of the sense organs. This is
    • receives as his organization out of the cosmos, however,
    • this objective thought organization works upon us during our
    • into the organization what is actually picture, what is
    • feeling into the organism, what passes over into the will.
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    • the animal organization, to the plant organization, and to
    • the mineral organization, so we must also ask ourselves, in
    • the human organism, through all this man can be guided only
    • forces — naturally not the organs but first the forces
    • into the actual forces of the organs comes about only after
    • archai actually organizes him in such a way that the organs
    • physical organs, but you will understand me if I present this
    • earth, we behold what is within the human organization,
    • organs of the human being, in the sense of animal forces. I
    • organs, which even in number are very similar to the organs
    • hands as the organ of our soul element, not only as an organ
    • for grasping or for walking — what makes of them organs
    • animal organization, we have by virtue of the constellations
    • organization something that he experiences in such a way that
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    • universal sense organ that was developed further in the Sun,
    • builds up his own organs. He gradually draws together, as it
    • organism — his inner organs — out of the sum
    • individual organs out of the whole relationship of the animal
    • individual organs of his inner organism out of the entire
    • physical body. Man thus now weaves into his system of organs
    • builds up his organs, which he then surrounds in a certain
    • wrong. In the cell, even in the ordinary organic cell
    • leaves the organism spreads itself out again into the world.
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    • through the earthly organization. A person constructs a
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    • say, “If we were organized a bit differently, man might
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    • knowledge of the human organization by studying what is dead
    • the entire connection between the soul life and the organic
    • organs, and in short, everything that, symbolically speaking,
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    • insect would die. If they ate away any vital organ, the insect could
    • all the vital organs and eat only what the host insect can do without
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    • insect would die. If they ate away any vital organ, the insect could
    • all the vital organs and eat only what the host insect can do without
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    • were given to the specialist, by which he might re-organise his own
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    • the human organism as a whole is so organized that it has on
    • the one hand a skull organization, and on the other a
    • limb-organization, the skull-organization being oriented
    • inward, the limb-organization outward. The skull contains an
    • structure of the human organism all that has been thought out
    • female. These cells develop in the parent organism in such a
    • arising by way of living organisms. The sex-cells are of a
    • more complicated organism is built up.
    • that an organism builds itself up from these cells? The idea
    • taken up into the organism of the cell and can only work
    • So in studying the organism, everything is traced to the
    • within it, supported by the female organism as a whole. Then
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    • — with the whole organization of man. In saying this,
    • upon certain lower organs should he studied in the phenomenon
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    • within our bodily organism. The organism must in a certain
    • sense-organ, sensitive to all that is revealed towards the
    • different aspect — the brain remodels itself, organizes
    • female organism shows in a striking manner how the monthly
    • in the human organism which we can study better if we turn
    • miniature the organic processes to which we have just
    • organization plays a part. The remembering itself is no doubt
    • the female organism in the monthly periods (it occurs in the
    • male organism too, only it is less evident; it can be
    • observed more in the etheric organism and this is not usually
    • soul-occurrence arising out of the physical organism, is
    • female organism, only is in miniature and is more drawn into
    • drawn into the body and has become organic.
    • what appears in the female organism, as a memory of an
    • earlier cosmic connection of the human organism with the
    • activity in the human organism, more on the psychological
    • originally to the Moon. For the organic periodicity of which
    • female body with respect to what the female organism
    • 28-year period, organizing us from outside even as the female
    • human being is organized inwardly. (In her it is more obvious
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    • indeterminate realm of the whole maternal organism. This
    • forces of the whole organism, which was more the point of
    • way in the purely sexual organs. You will see when you study
    • the germ cell from the maternal organism. You come into a
    • organism.
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    • the human organism; and how again we must recognize the
    • organism is derivable from these three.
    • essential to see that all phenomena in the organic realm
    • too are metabolic. The actual organic functions which
    • if we examine the organic functions here.
    • direction, — from the bodily organism outward.
    • ‘fertilized’ by the organism and we get the
    • threefold human nature, organized now in one way, now in
    • influences the organism in a certain way; namely, in
    • the organs work, to bring about what we may call
    • the human organism; it is comparatively easy to understand
    • which extends its gulfs, as it were, in our sense organs
    • which may be looked upon as an inner organic imagining of
    • Moon-events, namely the processes in the female organism. In
    • the female organism there is something like an alternation of
    • inner organic process, we cannot but compare it with this
    • inner organic process and leads it over into the realm of
    • inner organic process. But in what happens after
    • for which man, as rhythmic man, became a real organ of
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    • organism, — to pain free use and manipulation of his
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    • sense-perception. Even the structure of our sense-organs
    • it. The processes in which we live by virtue of these organs
    • are not a little detached from the rest of the bodily organic
    • The relative detachment of the sense-organs enables us
    • most characteristic organs of sense are precisely the part of
    • organization of the body. Our inner life of ideation on the
    • deeper and deeper into the bodily organic life.
    • eye, one of the organs giving us impressions of the outer
    • our sense-organs — and what our inner faculty of
    • organic life of the human being as a whole had not yet taken
    • organic life. Since the last Ice-Age man's organic life has
    • Darwinians would do for living organisms, so they began to
    • to man's organization in its totality. For, to begin with, it
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    • the whole organization of man can be seen in relation to
    • being formed in a more inward region of our bodily organic
    • periodicity of woman's organic functions of which we spoke
    • images. The whole way we are organized in this respect,
    • the Lunar phases. Nevertheless, in our head-organization to
    • to it with the darker. Individuals are organized in one way
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    • who is studying the human organism, there is something which
    • certain relationships exist between the organisation of the
    • head and the rest of the human organisation, for example
    • the human being — in all the organs of metabolism
    • instance, and in the rest of the human organism. It is a
    • rest of the human organism and you will have to realise that
    • in the head there is a connection with the remaining organism
    • essential to approach the human organism with thoughts which
    • extraordinarily rich in its results. The human organisation
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    • impossible to explain the phenomena relating to the organism
    • from out of the organism itself, or from connections which do
    • within the human organism will appear, when truly recognised
    • of bone in the human organism (not the animal, but the human
    • organism), most widely separated from the point of view of
    • must however be extended to the entire human organism. In one
    • all the human organs we must distinguish between two opposing
    • posture of the human organism, perpendicular to the surface
    • surface has in regard to the skull organisation. This,
    • inside your own organism and experiencing of the outer world
    • depend upon your bodily organisation, that you do not become
    • is formative in our organisation, in a much more real way
    • what we bear in our head organisation and for what unites to
    • prejudiced observer — that with our human organisation
    • organisation, we are organised from the celestial sphere;
    • must also be organised from the celestial sphere in some way.
    • within ourselves, to that part of our organisation which
    • organised only for the picture to what is organised for the
    • organisation for the understanding of this outer reality. We
    • to understand this outer reality is organised physically by
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    • with) — the contrast between the organisation of the
    • liver, your heart, even your sense-organs to begin with you
    • account that in man's organized (if I may so express it)
    • organisation of man such an open Lemniscate; we should be
    • head-organisation, the farther you go upward, the more will
    • the contrast above all of the nerves-and-senses organisation
    • above all. Then take the animal organisation with its
    • us little if we tried applying it to organic forms. Only by
    • being subject to an organic and inherent variation, as
    • possible, mathematically to penetrate what is organic. You
    • — lead to an understanding of inorganic Nature.
    • mathematical understanding of organic Nature. This
    • inorganic Nature to organic, as regards shape and form at
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    • recognise these formative principles in the human organism,
    • the entire human being, not only the human organ of
    • inanimate and at long last from inorganic or mineral? To this
    • ultimately from the Inorganic, even where they culminate in
    • to detect, in the organic principles of plant form and
    • taken as a whole, in the organic life, reveals an evident
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    • is an organic relationship between these diverse facts. But
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    • experience, the bodily organic feelings of being immersed in
    • one with it, one organism all together , an organic whole. In
    • the other hand the organic forms in which you can well
    • organisation is related to the structure of the cosmic
    • it to this that his organisation is withheld from becoming
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    • lectures. The human head-organization, we may truly say,
    • goes with it in the organization three independent systems
    • dealing with organic Nature, we can try to form ideas upon
    • it, it will of course be difficult. Such organs as are met
    • them at all clearly the metamorphosis of those organs which
    • opposite poles in man's organization. But we must not think
    • middle member of man's organization. This will be all that
    • morphological understanding of the entire human organism. Of
    • some organ in the metabolic system — the liver for example —
    • or any one of the organs mainly assigned to the metabolism.
    • Suppose then we begin with such an organ and seek what
    • answers to it in the head. We try to find which of the organs
    • recognise the organ when entirely transformed, de-formed;
    • begin with, simply the head-organization and the metabolic
    • organization of man. To pass from one to the other you must
    • mere relationship of form — as between any organ in the head
    • of man and the corresponding organ in the metabolism. To find
    • to the forms of organs or of complexes of organs in the
    • passing impression): If this be so, the human organization is
    • something in the human organization which falls right out of
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    • head-nature and in the organization of the metabolism and the
    • human organization during the embryonal life it then
    • organization. The metabolic transformation must also be
    • organism carry out a certain process without our doing
    • it leads has its significance within the bodily organization
    • of, by our own head-organisation when we are asleep.
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    • been saying. The forms of our inner organisation, in the
    • in the organic deposition of carbon, is so to speak
    • the harmony there is between the organisation of Man and the
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    • the whole bodily organization of man. Every time you touch
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    • vertikale, av det oppreiste, er hele organismen slik innrettet
    • legemlige organer, strupehode, lunge, svelg, osv. ja selv de
    • dypere liggende organer, som hjertet, osv. forsåvidt som
    • foregar i organismen som legemlige prosesser: talen ville
    • gjennemtrengte det menneskelige legemes organer slik at
    • nu påny for annen gang de organer i det menneskelige
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    • vertikale, av det oppreiste, er hele organismen slik innrettet
    • legemlige organer, strupehode, lunge, svelg, osv. ja selv de
    • dypere liggende organer, som hjertet, osv. forsåvidt som
    • foregar i organismen som legemlige prosesser: talen ville
    • gjennemtrengte det menneskelige legemes organer slik at
    • nu påny for annen gang de organer i det menneskelige
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    • seize our organism when we incarnate on earth, are the forces of
    • thoughts makes us grow and forms our organs. Thus, when the
    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • organism, but only the air element and the fire or warmth element.
    • of thinking abandons the firmer parts of the physical organism for the
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    • seize our organism when we incarnate on earth, are the forces of
    • thoughts makes us grow and forms our organs. Thus, when the
    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • organism, but only the air element and the fire or warmth element.
    • of thinking abandons the firmer parts of the physical organism for the
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    • sense-organs, upon intellect and intelligence — all these
    • organically connected with our whole Movement.
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    • sense-organs, upon intellect and intelligence — all these
    • organically connected with our whole Movement.
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    • organisms’ — independent entities, ‘cells,’
    • their crude parts and organs, now attention was directed to how
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • by considering it in connection with an entire human organism. By
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • finger or piece of bone or the brain forms a whole with our organism.
    • his skin, of his sense organs, and the like. In other words, we may
    • first separates itself out of the organism, so we have to look at the
    • being, of the earth organism.
    • consider this earth organism from a spiritual scientific viewpoint,
    • the earth organism as such?
    • organism we know that alternations of different conditions are
    • revealed. The human and animal organ isms reveal a waking and a
    • the earth, the earth organism? To outer consideration, what follows
    • that winter and summer in the earth organism correspond to waking
    • and sleeping in the organisms around us. It is simply that the earth
    • does not sleep in time in the same way as other organisms but is
    • of its being where there is winter. Thus the whole earth organism con
    • other organisms.
    • of the earth organism consists of a very specific relationship of the
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    • organisms’ — independent entities, ‘cells,’
    • their crude parts and organs, now attention was directed to how
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • by considering it in connection with an entire human organism. By
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • finger or piece of bone or the brain forms a whole with our organism.
    • his skin, of his sense organs, and the like. In other words, we may
    • first separates itself out of the organism, so we have to look at the
    • being, of the earth organism.
    • consider this earth organism from a spiritual scientific viewpoint,
    • the earth organism as such?
    • organism we know that alternations of different conditions are
    • revealed. The human and animal organ isms reveal a waking and a
    • the earth, the earth organism? To outer consideration, what follows
    • that winter and summer in the earth organism correspond to waking
    • and sleeping in the organisms around us. It is simply that the earth
    • does not sleep in time in the same way as other organisms but is
    • of its being where there is winter. Thus the whole earth organism con
    • other organisms.
    • of the earth organism consists of a very specific relationship of the
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    • Earth in reality is a mighty spiritual organism. We live not
    • live within the mighty spiritual organism, Earth. This
    • spiritual organism has, in a certain sense, an ascending and
    • organ of smell. To be clever, in the sense of Physical
    • transmuted organ of smell. For it is so indeed: The one part
    • in their subsequent evolution, the organs of man took on a
    • cannot but be bound to the transmuted organs of smell. It
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    • those most ancient times, he had an organ with which to
    • truth that the cosmos is a self-contained organism — in
    • which organism we, as Man, do live and move and have our
    • the heaven of the fixed stars. Those organs on the other hand
    • human organism corresponds to all that is connected with the
    • parcel of the organism as a whole. Man was really able to
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    • possesses organs which will only attain their full
    • are already in decline. To the latter belong the organs of
    • organ. The larynx is destined to be the human organ of
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    • Each organ of
    • the corresponding physical organ. One is naturally tempted to
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    • substance of warmth, nevertheless certain organs were already
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    • wisdom in each organ, in each part. For instance, if we study
    • newly developed organ, the blood, permeated it with His
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    • quite differently organised and constituted from what he is
    • the organs which are now possessed by the man of the present
    • the Earth, the seat of its ego. Its organs of reproduction it
    • what the plant turns towards the light, its organs of
    • he had to be brought to a life in flesh. His organs were not
    • decadence. The organs of reproduction preserved their
    • possess sexual organs of flesh and blood, but these organs
    • remembrance of the fact that instead of fleshly organs of
    • reproduction men then had reproductive organs of a plant-like
    • turn our gaze into the future. The organs in the human body
    • which are still lower organs, the organs which were
    • Certain organs
    • evolution . The organs of reproduction belong to the first
    • organs will be developed that which will take on the
    • functions of the organs of reproduction and will go far
    • beyond them. They will become voluntary organs in the highest
    • to that of the sun. In the higher organism of the earth we
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    • complete organism, and if but a small part of it were to be
    • be developed the organs which will enable him to transform
    • into his own organism. By this He indicates that, just as
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    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
    • certain organs, thus producing certain effects in the soul, which
    • rooted in the human organism, desires rooted in a part of the
    • physical human organism which flares up, comes, so to speak to a
    • these become emancipated from the human organization, even as our
    • and that he can really experience the organism of feeling and of
    • of the physical organism in the same way in which we ordinarily
    • as the eye is an organ of sight through the fact that it can
    • organism with his feeling and with his will and how he returns
    • encompassing sense organ. I might say that the body becomes one
    • organ; this alone may suffice that the soul-spiritual being of a
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    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
    • certain organs, thus producing certain effects in the soul, which
    • rooted in the human organism, desires rooted in a part of the
    • physical human organism which flares up, comes, so to speak to a
    • these become emancipated from the human organization, even as our
    • and that he can really experience the organism of feeling and of
    • of the physical organism in the same way in which we ordinarily
    • as the eye is an organ of sight through the fact that it can
    • organism with his feeling and with his will and how he returns
    • encompassing sense organ. I might say that the body becomes one
    • organ; this alone may suffice that the soul-spiritual being of a
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    • a knowledge of the inner constitution of the human organism by
    • life and his organic life, or the activity of the single organs;
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    • a knowledge of the inner constitution of the human organism by
    • life and his organic life, or the activity of the single organs;
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    • looked upon as a living organism. I might say: True insight into
    • great, living organism, and its lifeless part, for example, the
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    • great, living organism, and its lifeless part, for example, the
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    • human being is asleep his bodily organization does not reveal
    • organization at the moment of waking up, in the same way in which
    • physical world appears differentiated to our sensory organs, so
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    • human being is asleep his bodily organization does not reveal
    • organization at the moment of waking up, in the same way in which
    • physical world appears differentiated to our sensory organs, so
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    • envisage, to begin with, his physical organization and his
    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • appear in ordinary life induces us to say: A sense organ
    • eye or organ of touch able to feel into the earth, without our
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
    • without the need of digging holes into the earth, an organ for
    • other organs, for the kidneys perceive in a definite image all
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • sense organ. During our earthly life, we simply use our organs
    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • single organs of his body.
    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • such a way that every human organ is seized by the imaginative
    • heart, but every other organ. I have told you that the heart
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • physical organ, but the astral body, perceives.
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • every human organ to perceive. That is to say, the human being is
    • and the organs is interrupted somewhere in man's being, or even
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    • envisage, to begin with, his physical organization and his
    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • appear in ordinary life induces us to say: A sense organ
    • eye or organ of touch able to feel into the earth, without our
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
    • without the need of digging holes into the earth, an organ for
    • other organs, for the kidneys perceive in a definite image all
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • sense organ. During our earthly life, we simply use our organs
    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • single organs of his body.
    • being is asleep, his astral body and his Ego organization are
    • such a way that every human organ is seized by the imaginative
    • heart, but every other organ. I have told you that the heart
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • physical organ, but the astral body, perceives.
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • every human organ to perceive. That is to say, the human being is
    • and the organs is interrupted somewhere in man's being, or even
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    • divine spiritual powers were active in his bodily organization
    • inwards, so that they vibrated through the human organism; what
    • whole human organism shared in the strength and power of these
    • his organism, in a super-sensible form.
    • organization, of the connection existing between the child's
    • natural organism and the older human beings; they also try to
    • connected with the human organism.
    • much dependent on man's natural organization? If this or that
    • whole organization and nervous system, and a certain perfecting
    • the human physical body, if that had not been organized in an
    • of freedom. The human organism has acquired a greater
    • blood during infancy, that vibrates in the organs, is poured out
    • organizations and which come to our aid so that we do not need to
    • is organized in such a way that he is predisposed to truth, and
    • organism. A modern man must aim at the will itself. What the
    • instance, the human eye: what makes it really be our organ of
    • asserts itself in the eye. In certain parts of its organ, the eye
    • if I may use this paradox — a soul-spiritual sense organ.
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    • divine spiritual powers were active in his bodily organization
    • inwards, so that they vibrated through the human organism; what
    • whole human organism shared in the strength and power of these
    • his organism, in a super-sensible form.
    • organization, of the connection existing between the child's
    • natural organism and the older human beings; they also try to
    • connected with the human organism.
    • much dependent on man's natural organization? If this or that
    • whole organization and nervous system, and a certain perfecting
    • the human physical body, if that had not been organized in an
    • of freedom. The human organism has acquired a greater
    • blood during infancy, that vibrates in the organs, is poured out
    • organizations and which come to our aid so that we do not need to
    • is organized in such a way that he is predisposed to truth, and
    • organism. A modern man must aim at the will itself. What the
    • instance, the human eye: what makes it really be our organ of
    • asserts itself in the eye. In certain parts of its organ, the eye
    • if I may use this paradox — a soul-spiritual sense organ.
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    • organs. By making the thought and will exercises of which I have
    • spoken, we endow the soul itself with organs. This soul element,
    • body acquire plastic form in the senses and in the organs of
    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • physical world (when it uses the physical and etheric organs of
    • remaining organism through nutrition. For in the same measure in
    • nervous system appears as that organ which transmits this
    • human organism. Throughout the whole time after death, we can
    • vision, when super-sensible vision arises through the organ of the
    • arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain processes
    • processes remained behind in your organism and these summon up in
    • of the simplest organic beings up to the highest animals, and if
    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • human embryo how the limbs develop out of organs which at first
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • is set upon the remaining organism. This remaining organism is
    • organs is raised above the force of gravity, so that it does not
    • for instance, the human organ of hearing depends upon an etheric
    • fertilization a special element enters the fertilized organism,
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    • organs. By making the thought and will exercises of which I have
    • spoken, we endow the soul itself with organs. This soul element,
    • body acquire plastic form in the senses and in the organs of
    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • physical world (when it uses the physical and etheric organs of
    • remaining organism through nutrition. For in the same measure in
    • nervous system appears as that organ which transmits this
    • human organism. Throughout the whole time after death, we can
    • vision, when super-sensible vision arises through the organ of the
    • arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain processes
    • processes remained behind in your organism and these summon up in
    • of the simplest organic beings up to the highest animals, and if
    • organic in world development really came to an inner development
    • human embryo how the limbs develop out of organs which at first
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • is set upon the remaining organism. This remaining organism is
    • organs is raised above the force of gravity, so that it does not
    • for instance, the human organ of hearing depends upon an etheric
    • fertilization a special element enters the fertilized organism,
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    • still lack the organs of perception. The world is not only
    • world for every organ of sense. These worlds are still
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    • a living organism thus reveals in a purely external form, is
    • forth. For each organ of our physical body there is a
    • foundation of every growth and of every organic structure; in
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    • because it has the required organ, namely a tongue and a
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    • certain capacities and organs which enable us to perceive it.
    • If we had other organs, this world would present an entirely
    • him to see the light, but an organ enabling him instead to
    • sense-organs.
    • his physical body and his etheric body. The perceptive organs
    • for the astral world are the organs of the astral body,
    • analogous to the sense-organs of the physical body.
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    • the light of the sun. All the other sense organs developed in
    • organs, must be considered deeply and thoroughly. Sins of
    • disposition of the physical organs in the child's body, are a
    • nothing but sense-organ. Everything which it takes in with
    • physical organisation. This is quite natural. Through its
    • sense-organs, the child takes in its whole environment. And
    • future organisation, but that the human being must contribute
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    • would have to incarnate in a body supplying a good organ for
    • outer organs is hereditary and if this individuality wished
    • essential! Where can he most easily acquire such an organ? In
    • can find the best organ for his further development and the
    • canals. This is an organ not larger that a pea, embedded in
    • right angle is, the better does the organ function. If the
    • organ is in any way injured, giddiness arises; you can no
    • specially fine elaboration of these canals. And this organ is
    • which this organ has reached the most perfect development and
    • front and at the back”, the organ as a whole stands
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    • and your higher organs of perception are undeveloped, you can
    • in developing this physical body. The physical organs of the
    • connection the purely physical organs. These organs are based
    • the larynx, etc. The eye is, to be sure, a living organ and
    • are also active in inorganic Nature, for instance, in the
    • body. They are organs which we first learn to know more
    • strictly as organs which are built up by the physical forces
    • second group of organs; the organs of nutrition, growth and
    • organs.
    • firstly the purely physical parts, the sensory organs —
    • glandular system, the organs of procreation and so forth,
    • will find a wonderful structure in every one of its organs
    • hourly by this comparatively small organ. Compare this with
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    • possess all the organs which were formed upon Saturn and they
    • the sense-organs. These apparatuses can be grasped from a
    • first foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ
    • Morgana, with atmospheric phenomena resembling coloured
    • your bodies revealed certain Fata Morgana-like processes,
    • air. You were then as transparent as a Fata Morgana —
    • the physical foundation of the sense-organs, transformed
    • these organs upon the Sun by permeating them with a etheric
    • body; the sense organs thus became centralised, and the first
    • basis of the organs of growth reaching as far as the glands
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    • man still possessed an organ which now exists in the head, it
    • reality it is not a gland). Once upon a time, this organ was
    • moved about, by using this lantern-like organ in front; it
    • was a sensitive organ, not an organ of sight. He used it when
    • beings within them needed a special organ. At that time man
    • time when man's larynx was transformed into an organ of
    • became organs of work, and his other extremities were used
    • heart; therefore the heart is an organ which is now at the
    • spiritual development, an organ through which the human being
    • however is a peculiar organ upsetting every calculation! It
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    • he had to develop through exercises the organs which enabled
    • belong to the organism of the hand, so the human being only
    • you cannot perceive Christ without the Christ-organ. The eye
    • is related to the Christ-organ which develops in the human
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    • to form words but in the future it will become an organ of
    • procreation, a generative organ, which will produce more and
    • become man's generative organ, through which he will
    • future become man's generative organ.
    • gradually develop organs which now exist in a rudimentary
    • form — for instance, the organs which now constitute
    • organs of fructification; see how the sun's rays come down
    • generative organs, to the which he shame-facedly conceals. In
    • in the ground and its organs of fructification are chastely
    • towards the sun; its organ of reproduction is turned without
    • larynx, and which will be the purified generative organ of
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    • the oxygen in your organism, you breathe out carbonic acid, a
    • have the organ which transforms carbonic acid into oxygen,
    • plant-Like upon a higher stage. In the organ which now
    • does outside, will in the future be done by that organ into
    • within him, when the heart-organ shall transform the
    • highest organs were constituted in such a way that they
    • covered the surface of the Sun. And upon the Moon the organs
    • hew wonderful is the structure of the human body. The organ
    • organ, occult science can tell you how it is connected with
    • take place in the external world so that these organs might
    • ourselves in our sense-organs, to penetrate from within into
    • development of these organs.
    • immersion in this or in that organ of your body enables you
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    • was head-organisation in the previous life becomes foot- or
    • limb-organisation, and what was foot- or limb-organisation becomes
    • head-organisation, then we shall readily understand that a bodily
    • of Ignatius Loyola, now the soul of Swedenborg, entered an organism
    • body. With these sound and healthy organisations Swedenborg grew to
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    • central organ — let us suppose, to the spinal cord. The
    • impression on the skin, is led as far as the central organ:
    • the central organ; there, the order is given to lift the hand
    • — that the sensation is conducted to the central organ
    • to the central organ and then, in the form of will, from the
    • central organ through the second half to the periphery
    • their dreams about the human organism! They would realize it
    • that there is no organ of perception, there is nothing
    • experience an organ, or the position of an organ, etc., from
    • sends its roots into the earth), man receives through organs
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    • so-called mineral kingdom, for which the sense organs are
    • to find the forces by means of which the organisms evolve
    • through the pure organic forces of the soul; so in a similar
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    • we would see its entire organization. At first it
    • own self, the self as it is organized for this incarnation on
    • enter any sense organ. Instead — please grasp this well
    • real perceptive organ) that which lies etherically at the
    • foundation of our lung, is really an organ of perception, but
    • organ of perception for what he breathes in. The air we
    • and sense organs from a physical aspect, here in the physical
    • except that this etheric head cannot yet be used as an organ
    • the physical organization of the head and the physical
    • organization of the lung; from the universe come cosmic
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    • are connected with the organism; in our dreams we are not
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    • them into relation with our bodily organism, in such a way
    • the rest of the organism, if in the rest of the organism the
    • that concepts arise where the organism destroys itself. We
    • summit within the unconscious. Only when the organism begins
    • human organism. What happens in reality when man enacts a
    • of disintegration in the human organism; they bring this
    • disintegration arises out of the organism, and on the other,
    • occur through something that is caused within the organism
    • organism where the causes cease; only then can the pure
    • the necessity in the organism ceases, one cannot say that
    • only the up-building forces in the organism, but also the
    • the organization that again forms the basis for his next
    • that you are facing the world with all your organs of
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    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
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    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
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    • clairvoyance passes into the inner organization of man. The law
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    • as an organizing force. That which we have described as being
    • actively organizing force within the human body. Through
    • race to form certain organs. It worked constructively in the
    • inwards, as if it constructed inwardly an organ of
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    • clairvoyance passes into the inner organization of man. The law
    • organs of his etheric body for thought, and those of his
    • you have evolved higher organs, when you have developed
    • served to prepare external organs of clairvoyance, in the
    • Hebrews they turned inwards and organized their inner
    • inner organization in a very special way.
    • clairvoyance and transform them into organizing forces which
    • employment of them for organizing man inwardly, is explained
    • called later, had actually a different physical organization
    • capable of nor organized for forming thoughts inwardly, by
    • physical organ.
    • those now employed by an inner organ, for thought. This is
    • physical organ of thought was first implanted, that organ by
    • divine, a physical instrument was necessary, and this organ
    • thoughts had now to be apprehended through a physical organ,
    • freed from the organs of the physical body and rendered
    • organ of such importance as that possessed by Abraham could
    • people. The organ, that in the first place had been shaped
    • it was inherited. For a physical organ can only be perfected
    • organ capable of becoming an instrument for the conceiving of
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    • received from Abraham a physical organ, enabling them to
    • special physical organ. As already indicated, the people of
    • special physical organ.
    • himself, and by means of a physical organ, to know the
    • acquired the organ through which the Jehovah consciousness
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    • Buddha entered the organism of the Nathan Jesus as described
    • inner organism. This happened for the first time in the case
    • Being implanted as it were a germ in Abraham's organism
    • that was to enter all the other organisms descending from him
    • kind of Folk-spirit from out the inner organism of Abraham in
    • organization. In order to rise to this Spirit who had
    • organized and inspired the Hebrew people, to know him in his
    • physical and etheric organism, the Luke Jesus received the
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    • macrocosm, not unprepared, but with organs strengthened and
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    • so that his perceptive organs were directed, not to his
    • through the external organs acquired by inheritance; he would
    • formation of the special organ first possessed by Abraham, as
    • this organ what was essential to the age in which he lived;
    • his astral organs — was always described in
    • wonderful organism of the physical body, even though the
    • perfect an organization that for many decades it can
    • throughout the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods, organizing and
    • physical organization, so that it might become the marvel of
    • making the descent into his physical organism a man is again
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    • times the physical organism was of such a nature that a
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    • signifies rather the offspring of a living organism,
    • something that evolves out of such an organism, as a blossom
    • organism may become a reflection of the heavenly order.
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    • meaning of earthly organization as it is contained in the
    • what, as organization, was accomplished from the Cross on
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • organizes life, and which streamed into the earth in
    • upholds them; for the external organization of this church is
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    • connections between the great organism of the earth and the different
    • members of this organism, in fact the different sections of the
    • processes. Man eats. He thereby takes into his own organism substance
    • into the human organism, and thereby undergo a transmutation. The
    • human organism indeed consists of all sorts of substances, which it
    • substances undergo in our organism. We breathe. In breathing we take in
    • in our organism, we also stand in a certain relationship with the
    • organism. Material processes are at the same time the expression of
    • contracts the organism and works upon it, and thereby determines the
    • organism, each work for themselves. In reality the working of which I
    • affects only the rest of the organism, and not the head. From the
    • from the rest of the organism, does that which then impresses itself
    • proceeds from the rest of the organism. Hence we might say, as
    • air and which regulates the rest of the organism except the head,
    • What lives in the organism as “rhythm” is a particular
    • rhythm for the whole organism and different from that of the head;
    • with what is effected by the fluidity in the organism. Thus the
    • Earth's organism, if we allow ourselves to observe these things from
    • the salt and its combinations in the organism. Solidity is the
    • is active through everything which enters the organism, through air
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    • to point out very distinctly that the whole Earth is an organism, an
    • ensouled organism, permeated by spirit. For, as an organism has its
    • whole, as in ensouled organism permeated by spirit, each part of the
    • human organic members is perceptible in the form of these separate
    • organism, and that man, living on Earth as physical man, is a member
    • of this organism. All kinds of questions arise if one takes this into
    • in any way a complete whole, but only a part of the Earth's organism.
    • spiritualized organism — and the prejudice that considers it as
    • that this Earth, this ensouled Earth-organism, appears different in
    • identify itself, so that the Earth appears as an organism shining
    • speaks; these only exist because of the higher organization of man.
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    • place between the colored object and the human organism is a
    • nervous system is the organ for continuous destructive
    • own organism, and balanced again, however, by the action of
    • the blood. In the human organism there is a continual
    • is hollowed out in our organism through the destructive
    • re-acquire it through learning really know the human organism
    • organism of the body becoming finer and more complicated. You
    • acknowledged in regard to the science of the inorganic is not
    • also apply to the organic. No one will seek to refer the
    • it. What happened is that the organism of the mother is so
    • only is prepared; the organization of the mother is so far
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    • that the human head, the peculiar kind of organization which I
    • book “The Growth of Organisms.” I have called it
    • blood goes to the periphery of an organ, disappears into it,
    • he was before, but at least his organization has not altered
    • view. The thought-organization usually possessed by men of
    • Organisms.” But the moment they begin to think, they
    • organism moulds itself together out of many units, so all the
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    • human organization, the trunk-man, the heart- and lung-man,
    • ‘sword-apophysis.’ These are certain organs in
    • head-organism that man is really retrograding in respect to
    • life of man is only a result of his physical organism, do not
    • into being it is necessary that the physical organization of
    • peculiarly organized that, in his inner equipoise, from
    • organization, is continually ‘hungry’ as compared
    • through the inner processes than the rest of the organism,
    • That enters and fills the space made for it in our organism;
    • I have said before, that the human organism makes room,
    • through the backward activity of the head-organism, for the
    • in. The life after death also close into our organism.
    • natural science about the human organization are, as I have
    • organism is continued inwardly), this extremity-organism is
    • seen to be the reverse of the head-organism: and
    • only what is external: the armed organism in connection with
    • the breasts; the secondary organs which serve propagation;
    • the legs in connection with the primary sexual organs —
    • organism at its center serves not nearly what is poured out
    • organism functions into that of the child through the center
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    • avoided, for the organisation of the Indians was such that they only
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    • according to which the State organisation was regulated, justice
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    • according to which the State organisation was regulated, justice
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    • And I become a self-conscious organ
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    • without developed sense organs Then it's like a blind man, and
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    • that can lead to the development of higher organs and to Imagination,
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    • where they bring out super-sensible organs. It's as with
    • physical eyes that were formed out of indifferent organs by light. As
    • higher organs after we've built them up in the described way.
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    • with all of its organs is, and then when he looks at what went out he
    • ego through sense organs. Now in the course of a pupil's
    • poisonous substance that's inserted in his organism. Just as
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    • whole body is an organ for thinking, feeling and willing.
    • for instance, hands are better organs for thinking than the brain. He
    • And I become a self-conscious organ
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    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
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    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
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    • when we must try to form spiritual organs of clairvoyance in us and
    • develop ourselves for spiritual knowledge, so that these organs
    • deterioration and dying of organs begins immediately. They
    • organs pass over into the spirit slowly, our whole body strives
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    • use the physical body as a memory organ for spiritual experiences;
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    • developed our physical eyes into organs for sunlight. The germ for it
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    • notice these changes. A soul may actually have organs
    • through the organs of touching, hearing, seeing. However in the
    • super-sensible experience. Spiritual organs are too soft and
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    • the physical organ for this; but he watches elemental beings as
    • beings or souls that work on man's spiritual organization disappear
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    • getting built up and gradually pulses through the whole organism. The
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    • his brain. When he feels it has nothing to do with the heart organ.
    • consistency, so one can't judge organs by what one sees, as
    • physiologists and anatomists do. It's not the organs that think and
    • Just as letters are only characters for a word's content, so organs
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    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • body we carry our organs — lung, heart, brain, and so on. In
    • normal health we have no conscious perception of our internal organs. We
    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • living organ. We can never say that we have the same view of an internal
    • organ that we have of an external object. It is characteristic of
    • organisation — we call up into the present what unites us to the
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism,
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • body we carry our organs — lung, heart, brain, and so on. In
    • normal health we have no conscious perception of our internal organs. We
    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • living organ. We can never say that we have the same view of an internal
    • organ that we have of an external object. It is characteristic of
    • organisation — we call up into the present what unites us to the
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    • overwhelmed it. If the humanity of our day had had organs
    • the slumbering human organs had to occur gradually through
    • Each lecture was something that sprang up organically, that
    • conceptual organism. A growing, creative, active force
    • vitalizing effect upon our deadened spiritual organs. The
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    • not otherwise perceive with the physical sense-organs. This
    • physical organs which produce these sounds, as in the case of
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    • organism. Such a tiny creature would look out into the rest
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    • use of the physical organs for hearing and seeing in the
    • physical organism. He could not have said of himself “I
    • person to another. My hand does not love my organism. Only
    • manifests itself through some sort of physical organism.
    • Here the whole human organism is shone upon by the sun from
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    • astral body has not yet developed the spiritual sense-organs
    • organs of perception in his astral body and when he was
    • organs, then all that the astral body had received into
    • which reorganized his astral body.
    • body as he has today, but undeveloped organs instead —
    • way the astral body was transformed and organs of perception
    • these organs are not yet firmly enough fixed in the ether
    • super-sensible organs, my spiritual powers of perception. What
    • organization existed in the group. As far as they were
    • organs of perception; previously no one ever saw God with
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    • organs of cognition if developed to a certain stage. For
    • does not make use of his outer sense organs. We shall not
    • the organs of his physical body for reception of what he
    • from the ancient air also lives on within your organism. When
    • however, the present physical organs were formed in his
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    • magnificently organized; these two do not coincide in the
    • political organism very different from any that people of the
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    • in the physical world? The physical body has sense-organs
    • organs were still undifferentiated. As proof of this, just
    • undifferentiated organs. Certain lower animals have points
    • and out of these undifferentiated organs, eyes and ears have
    • word, means that I have the organs with which to perceive it.
    • individual organs have been carved into the physical body, it
    • organs have been formed in the higher members of the human
    • organism, in the ether and astral bodies. The physical body
    • is, in this way, already provided with its sense-organs, but
    • speak of the way in which these organs are built into the
    • aspires to initiation and has attained it, higher organs have
    • to begin the development of these higher organs during the
    • organs developed when they are carved into it during sleep,
    • plastically formed so that organs of higher perception are
    • that it develops its organs during the night. Let us describe
    • in the night, inner sense-organs are developed, are
    • member of the human organism. He is then wholly permeated by
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    • organs which it needs for perceiving in the higher worlds and
    • worlds, it is necessary that the organs which have been
    • and regularly organized, thus enabling it to acquire higher
    • organs. It is endowed with the germ of these higher organs;
    • for the book is a logically arranged organism and the working
    • has taken place, when the astral organs have been formed in
    • developed far enough to have astral organs of perception, now
    • the sensitory organs that had been formed in the astral body
    • organs of perception, which means, he could see and perceive
    • to imprint its organs on the ether body in spite of the
    • intensely affected it formed its organs of perception
    • means of his inner nature, he can develop organs through
    • external sense organ, would not perceive the sun by gazing
    • the inner perceptive organs gaze outwardly, in other words,
    • astral body to katharsis, thereby developing his inner organs
    • occurs is that the astral body imprints its organs upon the
    • world, but only the organs of perception of the spiritual
    • of her inner sense-organs. Are we told this in the Gospel? We
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    • human heart and the constellation of Leo. Organs in the body are
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    • state of chaos in the ovum, so that within the mother's organism
    • enigmatical organ. The story goes that in a viva voce examination the
    • the rabbit we found a tiny organic body, spherical in shape; it had
    • cells in our bodies, from our various organs. And just as no single
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    • body and Ego organisation has been set astir.
    • man consists of an Ego organisation, an astral body, an etheric body,
    • and so forth. The Ego organisation is most akin to the Earth; it
    • organisation, his astral body, his ether body. But after a few days
    • little, very little, of his own make up and organisation. An organ
    • origin. Think of the noblest organ of all — the human
    • organ is produced and shaped by cosmic forces; it is a product of
    • his stomach and which are then absorbed into his organism. These
    • of the animal organism, of the human organism, by deliberately
    • contrary. It was said at that time that the physical organism of man
    • been prepared and inwardly formed by the Cosmos. But an organ like
    • anatomy, the lungs and certain other organs might be depicted by
    • sketching the Earth; the forces contained in these organs operate in
    • cosmic forces. But when this is the case, the organism and the bodily
    • organs for the next life are not being rightly prepared. When such a
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    • Meeting at the Goetheanum to re organise the Anthroposophical
    • imagination, organised and vitalised everything that was cultivated
    • Caliphs. The organisation of it all was the work of this personality
    • Bacon of Verulam, to become the organising genius in modern
    • Europe. He too was a great and gifted organiser but the effects of
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    • of education upon the human organism has been such that what was once
    • subsequent incarnation in the head organisation; whereas what we now
    • the organisation of the legs. Metamorphosis takes a peculiar form
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    • physicists could organise an expedition to the Sun, they would be
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    • that if the head is to do its work as an organ of cognition it must
    • in the Sun-sphere we know that the world organism is in us, belongs
    • with all its Beings, is our heart and our lungs; whereas our organ of
    • with, man is formed in such a way that in his organism he would
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • the physical organism of the human being, and it does so most of all
    • it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave that is organised within
    • deal is going on at the same time unconsciously in your organism. This
    • our whole organism is refreshed. The refreshment is due to the
    • organism, then he had to acquire that power on the previous day during
    • a reviving and refreshing force streams into the organism for the new
    • physical organism is refreshed for the next day.
    • whole of the organism, they require the stimulation that is given by the
    • organism.
    • organism are Moon forces; that is to say, they are what corresponds in
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    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Geistiger Zusammenhaenge in der Gestaltung des Menschlichen Organismus.
    • Spiritual Relationships in the Human Organism.
    • Menschlichen Organismus.
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • the physical organism of the human being, and it does so most of all
    • it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave that is organised within
    • deal is going on at the same time unconsciously in your organism. This
    • our whole organism is refreshed. The refreshment is due to the
    • organism, then he had to acquire that power on the previous day during
    • a reviving and refreshing force streams into the organism for the new
    • physical organism is refreshed for the next day.
    • whole of the organism, they require the stimulation that is given by the
    • organism.
    • organism are Moon forces; that is to say, they are what corresponds in
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    • the fact that the inner nature of the human organization, especially
    • our feeling into a sense organ for the spiritual.
    • must be able to make our will element into an organ of
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    • organ, a condition of illness or of excitation, may emerge in a
    • organisms, which are connected, in turn, with external occurrences.
    • such that, through the insertion of our soul being into the organs of
    • unconsciously through his bodily organization for the ordinary act of
    • corporeal world in the ordinary waking by means of our own organism.
    • produced upon our own sense organs; and the like — questions
    • employ by means of other organs — for example by means of the
    • wide expanse of the organism as a support for our cognition,
    • rooted together with the corporeal organization in every-day
    • through the organs like a pumping machine. Spirit-science, such as we
    • causes the blood to pulse through our organism. But the heart is then
    • looked upon as something like a sense organ. As I consciously perceive
    • sense organ of the heart — again, in an unconscious way —
    • is the inner sense organ through which we perceive what the
    • analysis of the human organism to a vision of the whole human being,
    • significance — as an inner sense organ. In the heart the
    • he if now, when freed from his sensuous organism, he can follow the
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    • belief in the origin of living organisms by spontaneous
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • explanation for the evolution of organisms; others look on
    • inorganic forms. Our hiatus in the evolution of nature has been
    • faith.” Once upon a time inorganic particles of matter by
    • this activity now flows to other organs. Animals change their
    • split up and multiplied, grouped themselves so as to form organs
    • inorganic nature physical and chemical elements and forces do
    • to the organic and organic-spiritual forces. The human soul as a
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    • belief in the origin of living organisms by spontaneous
    • that all the organic beings that have ever lived on earth are
    • explanation for the evolution of organisms; others look on
    • inorganic forms. Our hiatus in the evolution of nature has been
    • faith.” Once upon a time inorganic particles of matter by
    • this activity now flows to other organs. Animals change their
    • split up and multiplied, grouped themselves so as to form organs
    • inorganic nature physical and chemical elements and forces do
    • to the organic and organic-spiritual forces. The human soul as a
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    • that is bound to the brain, or at any rate to the human organism, and we
    • have seen with keen excitement, he hears a barrel-organ in the distance
    • gripped by the playing of a distant barrel-organ which in other
    • played on the barrel-organ! Because he has remained very matter-of-fact,
    • is no more than the transformed reminiscence of a barrel-organ melody!
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    • Raschid himself was an organiser in the grandest style. He was able to
    • were joined into a great organic whole. And side by side with him there
    • organiser by his side, who possessed an extraordinarily deep insight,
    • the spiritual life, we find that the great organiser Haroun al Raschid
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    • contrary it rules over the organisation of the Elements within you and
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    • externally as to his organs and vessels, his nerves, the vessels of the
    • workings of the human organs, that those perceptions also arise which
    • underlie, not the whole man, but his several organs. (For, if you will,
    • it is the Jupiter world that underlies one organ, the Venus world that
    • to gaze into his single organs, what was contained within the skin
    • expands and expands. Each of the single organs points us to a different
    • direction of the universe. The organs prepare the roads that lead us far
    • For the sum-total of the human organs — which even physically is
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    • cohesive organization which during life does not succumb to those
    • organ of touch and temperature — was called in the Mysteries
    • In this way the initiate learned how man is organized in respect
    • of his organs of thinking, feeling and willing; he learned about the
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    • movement in the human organism, remaining unaware that a
    • psycho-spiritual element pervades the physical organism and
    • that the cosmic organism expresses itself, not in a unified
    • speech is organized into man's etheric body, and through
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    • wisdom lies in his organisation; physically he is a temple of
    • explanation for the individual. From the simple organism you
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    • explanation for the individual. From the simple organism you
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    • societies organized outwardly under very sympathetic rules, and have
    • group organized against a certain church discipline, in England they
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    • for the entire social organism, a mere rights institution, and force
    • reality a free spiritual sector can be organized. The spiritual life
    • tripartite organism, this social organism? We have an economy in
    • think that if the economy is organized as described in my book
    • future social organism [the rights sector], we don't have a symbolism like
    • earth would be possible. But one can only organize the things
    • mired in platitudes must be to see the social organism as something
    • the social organism. That is the awareness which our British friends
    • seriously and all activities should be organized according to this
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    • It has its effects in the spiritual worlds too but the organ
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    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • merely as a life-process in the organism through artificial
    • breathing, the organism would still continue to live in the
    • For no one would be able to call the life of an organism
    • This life in the smallest organisms was looked upon as a
    • organism of the smallest, most complicated living creature.
    • the young organism — it must make itself secure by
    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • organisms to generate from putrefying river-mud or from
    • decaying organic matter. This was believed of worms and
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • originate because a former living organism leaves behind it a
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • organism which was developing within this environment. This
    • organism, will deny that the conclusions just drawn are correct.
    • products: inorganic bark surrounds the tree.” In the
    • and form organs according as it required them, while now in
    • occasioned through the organism nor through the life-process,
    • its organs. Thus, when a living being carries out work by
    • means of it consciousness, the organs concerned becomes
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    • death of the tissue in an organism, and it is expressly
    • merely as a life-process in the organism through artificial
    • breathing, the organism would still continue to live in the
    • For no one would be able to call the life of an organism
    • This life in the smallest organisms was looked upon as a
    • organism of the smallest, most complicated living creature.
    • the young organism — it must make itself secure by
    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • organisms to generate from putrefying river-mud or from
    • decaying organic matter. This was believed of worms and
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • originate because a former living organism leaves behind it a
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • organism which was developing within this environment. This
    • organism, will deny that the conclusions just drawn are correct.
    • products: inorganic bark surrounds the tree.” In the
    • and form organs according as it required them, while now in
    • occasioned through the organism nor through the life-process,
    • its organs. Thus, when a living being carries out work by
    • means of it consciousness, the organs concerned becomes
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    • Glance at the ancient earth as an organism permeated by
    • — the courses of the blood and nerves, all the organs.
    • seven adversaries. All that is organized in man by the
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    • senses and organs of knowledge, one who would not see the
    • undifferentiated organs, able neither to see nor to hear, at
    • the places where these organs are now situated. A time came
    • for physical humanity when such blind organs evolved to
    • man can live the life of spirit and thus develop the organs
    • organism was transformed. New eyes and ears arise through
    • to-day; he felt himself part of an organism composed of those
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    • sense organ, namely, the brain. Then, each night, the astral
    • under normal conditions is so organized that it is unable of
    • itself to perceive what surrounds it. It must have organs.
    • These organs are the physical senses. Therefore in the
    • the sense organs. Why does the astral body see nothing when
    • astral body has no organs with which to perceive in the
    • organs could be built into it in the sane way that the
    • organs in the plastic mass of the astral body; then the
    • physical body. It is a question of moulding the organs of
    • as a piece of clay by the sculptor; organs must be worked
    • initiation and the Mysteries. The organs were plastically
    • astral body to have organs plastically moulded into it? It
    • front of him before he can work the organs into it. He might
    • in front of me, I could then mould the organs into it.”
    • to live in the spiritual worlds could mould the organs like a
    • causing something to rise in man which formed organs. These
    • create forms capable of becoming astral organs. It must be
    • organs had developed in it. When the pupil had progressed so
    • far that these organs had developed in the astral body, the
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    • plastic formation of the organs of which we have already
    • gradually acquires an inner organization such as the physical
    • slight perception when his inner organs have been developed
    • sufficient that organs be formed in the astral body. They
    • a seal is imprinted in sealing wax, so must the organs of the
    • all the organs formed in it, imprints itself in the etheric
    • development of the organs of the astral body. The pupil was
    • whole tribe. The tribe represented a single organism and a
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    • warmth. Every-thing is warmth, but organized, differentiated
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    • with eyes organized like those of the present day had looked
    • has developed, how the organs he now possesses have gradually
    • remarkable relationship existing between the organs in the
    • then see the correspondence between certain organs, for
    • ways. Organs which to-day are separated formerly grew
    • It is seen that when a certain organ is diseased another one
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    • would not have become visible at all to sense organs such as
    • with water. Man was still organized for a water existence.
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    • organism. It was permeated with all kinds of ordered
    • connection with the maternal organism made by the umbilical
    • cord is severed. This connection with the organism of the
    • body is called a horn. A horn is the organ which is the
    • organs of man are really densified etheric organs, they have
    • the human heart; to-day it is a physical organ, but it has
    • condensed from an etheric organ. This present human heart
    • That is the language of the mysteries. All the organs of man have
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    • this possibility of producing a living organism in the
    • which rums: Man will only produce living organisms in the
    • formed physical organs. We saw in our last lecture that there
    • is connected with the lion head. The various organs of man
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    • Why is it that just certain organs which appear is the
    • designate as horns the physical organs and their vestiges in
    • explain by means of a single organ how it comes about that
    • spiritualized. Take the organ of the human larynx and the
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    • help of Christ, it has become so organized that it is for the
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    • of the three lower members of the human organism to the spiritual
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    • last member of the human organism, in the ego itself, that man can
    • be organised on the lines of these airy notions. Such ideas of how to
    • cessation of an organism. That is easy, for then — as is done
    • three a cessation of organic functions is seen, people generalise.
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    • cooperation with an Executive which as a unified organism can work
    • fixture organised without understanding having first been reached
    • of the most eminent sages of his time, with a genius for organisation
    • that the evolution of mankind is pervaded by organised spirituality.
    • of humanity; he believed that historical evolution is organised from
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    • earthly life the head is by no means an organ of outstanding
    • Society must become a kind of living, spiritual organism. On my
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    • mysterious connections are organised in a wonderful way. We
    • within your organism seven or eight years ago; you thrust it out and
    • subconscious Ego-organisation what is to take place after
    • In itself our organism is healthy, for it is born out of its healthy
    • generate in your own organism the warmth you have within you. If you
    • nothing but inorganic, lifeless matter. In their life of soul the
    • for a Society that is to be an organ for the influx of spiritual
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    • while the astral body and Ego-organisation live independently in the
    • ask: What are the Ego-organisation and astral body doing during the
    • this is my Sun. The Beings of the universe become our organs. We
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    • still influenced by the previous incarnations. He was the organiser
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    • determined by organic laws. Some of them, upon which the spirit
    • [organic growth of the plant – integrated into
    • the stone. organisches Wachstum der Pflanze —
    • occult societies and their heretofore possible organizations with
    • organizations. The office of Conservator will be served by Miss
    • coordinate requires work very soon. In order for the organization to
    • will be organized so that by next
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    • determined by organic laws. Some of them, upon which the spirit
    • [organic growth of the plant – integrated into
    • the stone. organisches Wachstum der Pflanze —
    • occult societies and their heretofore possible organizations with
    • organizations. The office of Conservator will be served by Miss
    • coordinate requires work very soon. In order for the organization to
    • will be organized so that by next
    • organically moving forms, warmed and waved by the human hands
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    • should not have a harmonious organisation to-day, if this
    • owe the wonderful organisation of our body to the Moon
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    • owe the wonderful organisation of our body to the Moon
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    • from an anatomical point of view, the wonderful organization
    • interpenetrate. All the instruments of the senses, all organs
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
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    • from an anatomical point of view, the wonderful organization
    • interpenetrate. All the instruments of the senses, all organs
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
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    • we need an organ of perception. And just as a blind man
    • the sole of the Homunculus, with its newly organized body,
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    • we need an organ of perception. And just as a blind man
    • the sole of the Homunculus, with its newly organized body,
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    • child's organism realise how much there is to be done. The
    • do it as long as it is not inwardly bound up with the organism.
    • beings we must seek life-giving forces for our organism. In
    • organism in childhood unconsciously. Think of this
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    • child's organism realise how much there is to be done. The
    • do it as long as it is not inwardly bound up with the organism.
    • beings we must seek life-giving forces for our organism. In
    • organism in childhood unconsciously. Think of this
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    • imperative to replace it by that threefold organization of
    • organization will be to distribute into separate spheres what
    • the seemingly unitary organization of the state.
    • as the sphere of the social organization, the economic
    • organization; the third, as the sphere of free spiritual
    • organization of which I spoke are of such a character as to
    • contemporary social organization out of past ages. Something
    • extends into our social organization from the Greek period
    • organization of society of which I spoke to you last Sunday.
    • move forward toward political justice, economic organization,
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    • bourgeois class. The whole administration and organization of
    • freedom of assembly, no freedom to organize, but only those
    • organizations. All others are deprived of freedom of speech,
    • the right to assembly, and the right to organize societies or
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    • external organization. The demand to see the human being
    • sense, but a caste of economic slaves organized in a
    • human organism, when transmuted into knowledge, gives occult
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    • pointed out to you that the social organization of which I
    • have spoken, this threefold social organization that I have
    • organism. Thus the social and antisocial impulses present in
    • organic constitution, and they gradually develop when a
    • side with the organizing of economic conditions. Only this
    • three things, (social organization, freedom of thought,
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    • outer air causes his organism to be influenced in a certain
    • way. But everything that influences our organism affects the
    • organization consisting of individuals from mere peoples is a
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    • organism and were compelled to take over everyone who
    • earlier state organism. They thus brought over into the
    • politically organized great bourgeoisie, facing the
    • Second, the organization of work, purely material work, the
    • organized by reason of its special inherent qualities. If we
    • entirely true principle that organic creatures have gradually
    • way. The Western Slays are also organized in the epoch of the
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    • oxygen, we have to learn to know the lungs in their organic
    • Materialistic science says that our organs of speech come
    • Brocha-organ in the brain which developed speech, but the
    • contrary; speech built up the Brocha-organ in the brain.
    • we can also take the force which built up this Brocha-organ
    • Microcosm we perceive through the physical organs of the
    • Initiates, but we cannot then perceive what the sense organs
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    • oxygen, we have to learn to know the lungs in their organic
    • Materialistic science says that our organs of speech come
    • Brocha-organ in the brain which developed speech, but the
    • contrary; speech built up the Brocha-organ in the brain.
    • we can also take the force which built up this Brocha-organ
    • Microcosm we perceive through the physical organs of the
    • Initiates, but we cannot then perceive what the sense organs
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    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • — in the childlike organism. And just as it appears in
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    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • — in the childlike organism. And just as it appears in
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    • the earth as a whole organism.
    • living organism, and from its centre it sends out particular
    • living organism, and they affect a man differently according to
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    • regarded as a living organism, and that the various
    • the whole earth-organism. Lucifer, it was said, had once
    • part of the earth-organism; that would be merely to succumb to
    • no real health in the organisation of public affairs. That
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    • laboratories, at present organised on purely materialistic
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    • living organism — and so forth. Such procedure would have
    • organisation of the next earthly body. During the second half
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    • organisation up to the time of the change of teeth. Thereafter
    • pre-earthly existence, to mould the human organism in
    • whereby the human organism is built up as the wonderful image
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    • organisation. Everything that happens in the Saturn sphere is
    • embodiment. The result is a physical organisation which strives
    • organism and for this reason cannot be raised to the level of
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    • of the brain, passes into the very organism. There is a great
    • elaboration of the organism; but from the seventh year onwards
    • can be deepened and finer organs of sense will develop. Then,
    • second physical organism which we ourselves mould according to
    • organiser. Scholarship, art, poetry, architecture, sculpture,
    • the sciences — all were organised and brought
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    • karma radiates the healthy states of the organism into the head
    • human organism are reduced to a kind of vapour which rises up
    • forcefully upon the whole physical and etheric organism; it can
    • organs, softens them and causes disease. Now comes the second
    • from the heart; something that is low down in the organism and
    • Nature. In the head, too, there are, of course, organs which
    • sense-organs, although the first rudiments of them were already
    • organism. In their present form the senses developed in
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    • such a tremendously important organ. The head is really more or
    • physical and etheric organisation it is unworthy of the human
    • system. This, of course, extends through the whole organism but
    • head. This head with its physical organisation as the
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    • the world is a gigantic organism which needs nourishment,
    • deserted their orbits. This gigantic organism, in order
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    • will into our organism do we occupy the same world situated in
    • organisms — moon, sun and stars — inasmuch as they
    • worlds. In the human lung, for instance, in every human organ,
    • condensed form. In man's inner organism we have an image of the
    • world — your lung, your other organs in the same
    • way as your memory-images; then these organs are not images of
    • is the marvel of the human organism itself in the form of the
    • world, in man's wonderful organism. We look around in the
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    • A definite change in our organism makes us turn pale. The blood
    • organism to a firm state of equilibrium with regard to the
    • gestures flowing from the organs of movement.
    • sound. The organism of speaking develops from the organism of
    • legs and hands, reach up into the speech organism, so all that
    • lives in the speech organism and is gained through adaptation
    • the thought-organs. In the third stage, the child learns how
    • mold their counterparts within the thought-organs, which are
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    • whole organism; how it is imparted to the muscles, the bones,
    • acted upon externally, what happens within your organism
    • moment when this intention streams down into the organism,
    • organism along the entire path followed by the
    • particles are excreted from the organism. Thus, in a
    • illuminate the organic fire constantly being kindled through
    • how the child, completely at one with his sense-organism,
    • wholly one with his sense-organism, must absorb all these
    • his body, his physical organism; what he does not want to
    • child takes into his bodily organism only those things that
    • must be thoroughly blended with our entire bodily organism.
    • that we carry below in our will-organism as forces of the
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    • being's first years of life, of the spirit and soul organism on
    • and soul is greatly dependent on their bodily organism.
    • age, we notice a renewed dependence on our physical organism.
    • resemblance of these metals to his own organism gradually
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    • greatest importance, should be organized in such a way that
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    • works as an organising force in the body, until with the change
    • is implicit in the sense of hearing, or in the organisation
    • organism than several of the other, more localised senses, but
    • yet the thought it conveys. We need other organs, an organic
    • what can be called Inspiration and his organic constitution was
    • has again to unite consciously with the physical organism.
    • with its content, passes down into the organism, and the Ego
    • picture-forming activity sent inwards, so that the organism
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    • integrated organically with our spiritual life as a whole. This
    • kind of sensory organisation within him. I have already
    • the two trinities encounter each other within our organism
    • but a genuine organology. Above all, we find within ourselves
    • us further within our organism as children. Breathing
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    • from those of the life that can be pictured by the organs of
    • forces which, working in from the Cosmos, organize our own
    • physical organism of man, with special reference to certain
    • the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
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    • physical organism with our thoughts, when we remember
    • indicates that in certain organs he discovers an inner state of
    • certain organs, thus producing a certain effect in the soul,
    • desires which are rooted in the human organism, desires rooted
    • in the physical human organism which flare up, come, so to
    • organisation, even as our thinking emancipates itself from the
    • the organism of feeling and of the will; that is to say, he
    • organism in the same way in which we ordinarily move an arm or
    • we ordinarily have in our eye. Even as the eye is an organ of
    • unconsciously abandons his physical and etheric organism with
    • by using the body as an all-embracing sense-organ. I might say
    • there is a lesion in an organ; this may be quite sufficient to
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    • of the external world through our sensory organs, for instance
    • organism becomes as it were a sensory organ, which is now
    • forces which lie at the foundation of the organs, of metabolism
    • illness. In a normal condition, a diseased organ can be felt
    • disease of some organ, some inner member of the soul and
    • thrown back like mirrored reflections. When the physical organs
    • only to a certain degree; but if the organs are diseased, if
    • only one organ is diseased, the soul-spiritual being not
    • The soul-spiritual being unites with the physical organism.
    • with the lower animalic organs and with the vegetative organs,
    • organ is diseased, so that the soul-spiritual part dives down
    • organism, shaped and moulded by the body of formative forces.
    • able, in accordance with his organisation, to do without sleep
    • life, appears like the organic conclusion of a well defined
    • further organisation, but it is pushed down into chaos, and
    • earth-organism.
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    • consciousness, because it has no organs. By making the thought-
    • itself with organs. This soul-element, which is at first
    • plastic form in the senses and in the organs of thought. Man's
    • soul-spiritual sense-organs, the world of soul and spirit rises
    • when it uses the physical and etheric organs of perception,
    • forces which develop in the rest of the organism through
    • appears as that organ which mediates this secretion of
    • organism. And throughout the whole time that we pass
    • vision, when super-sensible vision arises through the organ of
    • does this arise? Through the fact that in your organism certain
    • Certain processes have remained behind in your organism and
    • development of the simplest organic beings up to the higher
    • those people who were earnestly seeking to grasp the organic in
    • observe in a human embryo how the limbs develop out of organs
    • really something which rests upon the remaining organism with
    • upon the rest of the organism. This remaining organism is
    • This proves that it has a real meaning to say: Man is organised
    • head with its sense-organs, is raised above the force of
    • instance, the human organ of hearing depends upon an etheric
    • the fertilised organism, so the Mystery of Golgotha brought
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    • to the common spiritual living organism of our age; —
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    • to the common spiritual living organism of our age; —
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    • instruments — the sense-organs and the nervous system?
    • How does he use his bodily organs in order to live within his
    • sense-organs or the brain, produce the facts of
    • believe that various parts of the brain, or your sense-organs
    • however that our ordinary organisation should perceive these
    • The higher sense-organs, if we may use this expression,
    • developing certain organs soundly, he develops an unsound
    • organic system. Thus, not only our physical condition, but
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    • instruments — the sense-organs and the nervous system?
    • How does he use his bodily organs in order to live within his
    • sense-organs or the brain, produce the facts of
    • believe that various parts of the brain, or your sense-organs
    • however that our ordinary organisation should perceive these
    • The higher sense-organs, if we may use this expression,
    • developing certain organs soundly, he develops an unsound
    • organic system. Thus, not only our physical condition, but
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    • between the head of man and the remainder of his organism. The
    • from the remainder of the organism (by virtue of the part it
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    • between the head of man and the remainder of his organism. The
    • from the remainder of the organism (by virtue of the part it
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    • natural science, man is undoubtedly so organised that at the
    • goes into our bodily organisation, making it the image of our
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    • natural science, man is undoubtedly so organised that at the
    • goes into our bodily organisation, making it the image of our
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    • souls that are organised here in the body and those that have
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    • men, nothing that so organizes men that they feel themselves
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    • men, nothing that so organizes men that they feel themselves
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    • limitations of our present organisation which do not, however, admit
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    • splendour-loving but at the same time a highly gifted organiser and
    • organisation and he was able to administer in a truly masterly way
    • organisation of all the sciences and arts flourishing at the Court.
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    • was head-organisation in the previous life becomes foot- or
    • limb-organisation, and what was foot- or limb-organisation becomes
    • head-organisation, then we shall readily understand that a bodily
    • of Ignatius Loyola, now the soul of Swedenborg, entered an organism
    • body. With these sound and healthy organisations Swedenborg grew to
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    • organisation of the human being, a Second Man within
    • man's super-sensible organisation, moves in
    • various secretory organs, an equal amount
    • within the human organism. A certain amount of knowledge is
    • our organism with this etheric thought-content of the
    • only with its fringe into one's organism,
    • process the organs of speech constantly co-vibrate, albeit so
    • organism.
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    • organisation, man himself has so much in
    • physical-material organisation calls for the introduction
    • Fata Morgana, where he prepares himself
    • images, as it were, in a Fata Morgana
    • Within the human organism we are, however,
    • as combustion in our organism when we can discern what
    • the generating of combustion in our organism we can behold the
    • active in our organism. As we apprehend what
    • processes which we can observe within our organism, we
    • us. Wherever in our physical organism combustion and the
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    • envisaged man's organisation as composed of physical
    • floating cloud of colour, a flowing organism of colour, is the
    • becomes a kind of organ of
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    • The planetary forces also work in man's organic
    • etheric body; in Persians, organ of perception was the astral body;
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    • which are organs of this Spirit as we can distinguish the Swiss Folk
    • Thus we are familiar with three members of the human organism which
    • were developed in past epochs, the organism in which we are at
    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
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    • this aura, i.e. a living, organizing principle, can exert an
    • domain, cannot, as yet, penetrate into it and organize it. Therefore
    • with the power to transform the larynx and the organs of speech in
    • such a way that these organs could manifest physically as speech.
    • from their psychic organization, they work into the physical body and
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    • his organic life. Now the Archangel, it is true, feels everything to
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    • it is clear that man's present organization could only have
    • behind in order to be able to participate in the organization of man
    • of the ego-organization. And this implies that their chief interest
    • organizations begin to disintegrate. Life therefore is divided into
    • the human organism so that man becomes dependent upon the soil of a
    • the forces which determine his physical organism, the terrestrial
    • forces concentrated within the youthful organism must be allowed to
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    • first, no organs that would enable him to see what lies beyond these
    • forces of light, which we call the Spirits of Form, no organs with
    • inner being of organic life. To this Hierarchy belongs, in the first
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    • systems, which are part of man's organic system, but are
    • through the respiratory system. The unconscious organism is deeply
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    • normal and abnormal Spirits of Form they cooperate to organize the
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    • organs which transform the air into words and speech corresponds to
    • lives in us and organizes our speech — that is to say, in the
    • organization of speech in man finds its parallel in the macrocosm in
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    • invaded the human organism. Man would see the world differently if he
    • is organized for activity in the external world; hence he has his
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    • members of an organism, and belonging to the unity of the organism.
    • Persian Folk Soul had not developed so far; its organ of perception
    • organ of perception was the Sentient Soul; and the characteristic of
    • not an abstract, but an organic unity. Solovieff already recognizes
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
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    • organised this year is meant to be a direct expression of this
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    • eyes, my brain, my organism, and are active in me, these very same
    • organisation.’ Thus Atlantean man feels that he too has his
    • from this that the human organism, the entire bodily constitution,
    • its organisation of muscle and bone, is substantially denser, more
    • faculty of clairvoyance. And because this organism of ours has become
    • For even in the earlier postAtlantean times the human organisation
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • organisation of the human body, they had to become less active; man
    • the withdrawal of Demeter from the bodily organisation in the course
    • itself. In primeval times this ether body was so organised that the
    • Demeter. There is in our organisation this threefold development
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • upon the human organism. The endowment of one aspect of the threefold
    • of pictures, work in the human organisation in a threefold way. They
    • to physical organs. But because, after the old Hebrew civilisation
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    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • flash up, and felt that they were the same forces which organised the
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    • We go about among men, but with organs of perception for the outer
    • can only contemplate its manifestation through the organs of the
    • the human organism, the highest and the lowest, show a very
    • physical organism as maya — that is to say, it is not
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    • organisation in general, for knowledge, or let us say to begin with,
    • organisation. What becomes evident through the work of the brain is
    • human organisation. The mirror of the brain is needed in order that
    • organisation. If, as an earthly being today, man had not this
    • reflecting bodily organism, primarily the brain, he would still think
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. When we wish
    • external physical organism; it all takes place in the adjacent
    • environment of this our physical bodily organisation. That is how we
    • physical bodily organism, without man's having any direct
    • organism is undoubtedly from the Earth, since it consists of the
    • bodily organism into a mirror of our spiritual life.
    • gentle trial; it is very slight, and since the organisation of
    • penetrate at all into what we are as physical bodily organism; it is
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • organisation. The Mysteries could not confine man within the limits
    • human organism. That one speaks of ‘Dichtung’ in German
    • his external bodily organisation, the pupil must divest himself of
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    • can best be illustrated in a particular organic system of the human
    • being in man's physical organism his blood circulation with its
    • We have been describing a particular organic system which from the
    • have an inherent tendency to condense to this physical organic
    • Moon condensed to such an organic system, not only that what was in
    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • etheric forces have condensed to a system of organs they are not
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • of the organic system, so that what was there before and had
    • gradually lapsed into this organic condition, now emerges from it
    • substance of such an organic system. For clairvoyant sight something
    • physical brain-organ respond in harmony with these etheric currents
    • organisation unscathed, that they do not leave the heart in the same
    • at a relatively subordinate stage of world-organisation, but the
    • from which our bodily organisation, has also sprung, derives from the
    • from two sides. Our organisation as a whole, with all that is
    • organisation. Something would have to stream into us from without,
    • resurrection, a revivification of what had first organised us and
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    • densification of the body is taking place in the human organisation.
    • knowledge of what takes place within our own organisation. I tried to
    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • constitute it as an organism in which we are embedded.
    • outwards laid hold of the human organisation. They are the same
    • organisation. The complex human form has come into existence because
    • forms which underlay them were not organised in the same way as the
    • organised that they always waited for the right moment, that they
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • instrument is an organ in which part of the current which comes from
    • organically the place where through the instrument of the blood the
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    • that it experiences what its own organisation is. Under modern
    • been added to its organisation on the Earth. What it received on the
    • the brain was the last human organ to be developed; the rest of the
    • human organisation was worked into man earlier by the Spirits of the
    • continues to work on the organisation of the brain; that is something
    • the organ of speech lies in the third convolution of the brain, and
    • that this organ must be in order if a man is to understand the sounds
    • developed in the brain from out of the macrocosm. The organ of speech
    • comes from speaking, not speaking from the speech-organ. That is what
    • into the sphere of our own organisation, with the Christ we penetrate
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    • of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is very specially
    • inset in a whole organism. The we may here recall an utterance once
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • centuries but his creations form one organic whole with all preceding
    • organs in those days the spirituaul mysteries of existence simultaneously
    • to which the development of lower organisms proceeded until finally
    • come, because humanity is one complete organism. Thus Raphael's creations
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    • of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is very specially
    • inset in a whole organism. The we may here recall an utterance once
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • centuries but his creations form one organic whole with all preceding
    • organs in those days the spirituaul mysteries of existence simultaneously
    • to which the development of lower organisms proceeded until finally
    • come, because humanity is one complete organism. Thus Raphael's creations
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    • In the case of man there is a kind of connection between this organ
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    • In the case of man there is a kind of connection between this organ
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    • view of the growth of humanity, of the growth of the organism as would
    • organic world up to man. For spiritual science, the humanity of today
    • of man with other organisms on the earth; but in spiritual science,
    • this threefold organisation is born from super-sensible, creative powers;
    • so that what formerly existed as matter is organised into man, and man
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    • view of the growth of humanity, of the growth of the organism as would
    • organic world up to man. For spiritual science, the humanity of today
    • of man with other organisms on the earth; but in spiritual science,
    • this threefold organisation is born from super-sensible, creative powers;
    • so that what formerly existed as matter is organised into man, and man
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    • organs, as we may call them. Compared with the sense-world, this
    • organism, but in a different guise. And so it is a fact that these
    • occurs during high summer is a permeation of the organism by that
    • process in the human organism. We can see how, on the one hand, man
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    • the organic realm, of course, everything
    • is different from the processes we observe in their coarse inorganic
    • formation of the human organism.
    • the human organism. You will indeed have gathered this from the
    • Moon-forces which chiefly influence the female organ</