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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • astral body dive down into his etheric body and his physical body, he
    • content of the etheric and the physical bodies. The etheric body is
    • the external aspect of the physical body. As I have mentioned in the
    • inwardly from our etheric and physical bodies; if we then look down
    • into the etheric body and the physical body so that we perceive what
    • is given to him through physical inheritance by parents and ancestors.
    • In the etheric body and in the physical body there echoes the music of
    • etheric body, and in the physical body in so far as it is of a
    • in the physical body is the echo of what resounds from the single
    • physical body we unconsciously bear a reflection of the cosmic
    • contributes to the form of the physical body, are built up in such a
    • the formative forces taken up into the physical body, and also into
    • echo of cosmic vowels; I am a physical body, in other words, the echo
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • 1. Physical body = Echo of the Zodiac
    • physical body and etheric body. Those are no more than vague,
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • in the abstract by saying: Man is composed first of physical body,
    • know his true nature, then his physical body actually ceases to be in
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • astral body dive down into his etheric body and his physical body, he
    • content of the etheric and the physical bodies. The etheric body is
    • the external aspect of the physical body. As I have mentioned in the
    • inwardly from our etheric and physical bodies; if we then look down
    • into the etheric body and the physical body so that we perceive what
    • is given to him through physical inheritance by parents and ancestors.
    • In the etheric body and in the physical body there echoes the music of
    • etheric body, and in the physical body in so far as it is of a
    • in the physical body is the echo of what resounds from the single
    • physical body we unconsciously bear a reflection of the cosmic
    • contributes to the form of the physical body, are built up in such a
    • the formative forces taken up into the physical body, and also into
    • echo of cosmic vowels; I am a physical body, in other words, the echo
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • 1. Physical body = Echo of the Zodiac
    • physical body and etheric body. Those are no more than vague,
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • in the abstract by saying: Man is composed first of physical body,
    • know his true nature, then his physical body actually ceases to be in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • mankind through the knowledge of external physical laws. Spiritual
    • able to distinguish between the external physical and soul-spiritual
    • in physical substance, do we realize what resistance the brain offers.
    • physical surroundings with the help of his external senses.
    • describing — namely, withdrawing from the physical body and
    • his soul from the physical body as a result of initiation can behold
    • unlike other human beings, entered once only into a physical body and
    • laws of physical reality would have known that the sun shines on all
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • mankind through the knowledge of external physical laws. Spiritual
    • able to distinguish between the external physical and soul-spiritual
    • in physical substance, do we realize what resistance the brain offers.
    • physical surroundings with the help of his external senses.
    • describing — namely, withdrawing from the physical body and
    • his soul from the physical body as a result of initiation can behold
    • unlike other human beings, entered once only into a physical body and
    • laws of physical reality would have known that the sun shines on all
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • wife behind; I know that she is still dwelling in the physical
    • physical words.) “While I was living with her in the physical
    • time during my physical life has now grown silent”.
    • not only upon the physical plane, but also when one of them dwelt in the
    • physical and the other in the spiritual world. But the old heirloom of
    • dwell in the physical world and by those who live between death and a
    • to the super-sensible world what takes place in the world of physical
    • indeed is known concerning the physical world. For how is this
    • knowledge of the physical world acquired? By using the senses and
    • world which are far more important than what is real in a physical
    • possible events, not only the world of physical happenings.
    • something which is real in the physical meaning, conceals something
    • life. When illnesses arise, these are physical events, but they are
    • physical life. To the extent in which they have been unscrupulous
    • dwells within a physical body and outside a physical body. The
    • the human being is outside his physical body with his astral body and
    • his Ego and looks back upon the physical and etheric bodies, we shall
    • generally gain the impression that the physical body appears to be
    • wither away soon after it has entered physical life; death is
    • no longer assert themselves, the human being falls a prey to physical
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • wife behind; I know that she is still dwelling in the physical
    • physical words.) “While I was living with her in the physical
    • time during my physical life has now grown silent”.
    • not only upon the physical plane, but also when one of them dwelt in the
    • physical and the other in the spiritual world. But the old heirloom of
    • dwell in the physical world and by those who live between death and a
    • to the super-sensible world what takes place in the world of physical
    • indeed is known concerning the physical world. For how is this
    • knowledge of the physical world acquired? By using the senses and
    • world which are far more important than what is real in a physical
    • possible events, not only the world of physical happenings.
    • something which is real in the physical meaning, conceals something
    • life. When illnesses arise, these are physical events, but they are
    • physical life. To the extent in which they have been unscrupulous
    • dwells within a physical body and outside a physical body. The
    • the human being is outside his physical body with his astral body and
    • his Ego and looks back upon the physical and etheric bodies, we shall
    • generally gain the impression that the physical body appears to be
    • wither away soon after it has entered physical life; death is
    • no longer assert themselves, the human being falls a prey to physical
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • two-fold manner related to it. In some way similar to our physical
    • World. Just as we breathe out physically, so there is a devotion of
    • physical surroundings. This is the line of evolution according to
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • be applied to the spiritual as also to external physical reality. So
    • Etheric or Life-Body, and the Physical Body. Just as we look upon
    • flood, from which all forms, both physical and super-physical, have
    • the physical world. At first he lives his physical existence in such a
    • handling, walking, speaking, he reacts on the physical world around
    • works upon it, in a physical sense, by means of his organs of touch.
    • sense-organs which belong to the physical body, but forces which
    • physical body of man did not exist in its present form (thus Sankhya
    • the super-sensible, and only becomes real in the physical world when it
    • all the physical things we meet in the physical world. Therefore
    • human principles, as coarse physical body, finer etheric body, astral
    • forms from the coarse physical body up to the primeval flood, dwells
    • the embodiment in a coarse physical body in order, then, to turn back
    • and, after overcoming the physical body, to evolve upwards again; to
    • also be the case with the external physical nature consisting of
    • of the coarse physical body, are of secondary importance compared to
    • physical body that stands before us — but in his movements,
    • wholly spiritual and psychic, he only uses the physical principle to
    • give expression to this. The physical principle does not overpower
    • him; on the contrary, he is everywhere the conqueror of the physical
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • the. physical body, the finer elemental or etheric body, the body that
    • physical body, it is connected with the senses, with Manas, Ahamkara,
  • 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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    • today is the physical head, but was more pronounced in the other
    • he felt himself when thinking, lifted out of his physical body; but at
    • being lengthened out into the earth; he no longer felt his physical
    • and, whilst outside the earth as physical man, he was stretched down
    • die out in his etheric body and pass over to the physical head. If you
    • its head ceases to be the instrument of thought. The physical body and
    • especially the physical brain, kills the serpent, and the serpent
    • man to re-enter the physical body, in which alone the ego could be won
    • physical organs. The old knowledge was acquired as we have just
    • etheric body which was within the physical body. Through this
    • organs and instruments of the physical body. In the Pauline Epistles
    • perception arose which is connected with the physical body. The
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • something external, accomplished on the physical plane; the first step
    • is, therefore taken on the physical plane. That is the essential
    • means through physical descent — both Jesus-boys descended from
    • not enter a physical body, but remained “pure soul.” You
    • need only now picture how, before a physical man arose in the
    • physical body in order to be seen. So it actually appeared on earth
    • become physically visible, it was incorporated, so to speak, in
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • physical world. The Bible was the Authority so far as the spiritual world
    • the physical world.
    • to Aristotle? It is because we face the physical world from a position of
    • physical instruments he looks into the physical world. We have all kinds of
    • instruments for the perception of the physical world — and for
    • physical world, and man only needs organs to be able to perceive them. I must
    • the spiritual causes behind the physical phenomena, and he sees not only
    • physical being, was not always a physical being. External Natural Science
    • can only lead us back by way of physical phenomena to what man as a physical
    • what surrounds us physically, has a spiritual origin. Man existed as a
    • spiritual being before he became physical.
    • When the earth was not yet physical, man existed in the bosom of divine
    • beings. As ice condenses from water, so did physical man condense from
    • spiritual man. Spiritual Science shows that the physical is in perpetual
    • contact with the spiritual. But what underlies the physical can only be
    • expressed in pictures, if one wants to approximate to physical ideas.
    • pictures are not, of course, a description of physical occurrences, but the
    • approaches the physical world. He does not derive his wisdom directly from
    • is a fourfold being, consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • human self-consciousness. The three lower members, physical body, etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • physical world. The Bible was the Authority so far as the spiritual world
    • the physical world.
    • to Aristotle? It is because we face the physical world from a position of
    • physical instruments he looks into the physical world. We have all kinds of
    • instruments for the perception of the physical world — and for
    • physical world, and man only needs organs to be able to perceive them. I must
    • the spiritual causes behind the physical phenomena, and he sees not only
    • physical being, was not always a physical being. External Natural Science
    • can only lead us back by way of physical phenomena to what man as a physical
    • what surrounds us physically, has a spiritual origin. Man existed as a
    • spiritual being before he became physical.
    • When the earth was not yet physical, man existed in the bosom of divine
    • beings. As ice condenses from water, so did physical man condense from
    • spiritual man. Spiritual Science shows that the physical is in perpetual
    • contact with the spiritual. But what underlies the physical can only be
    • expressed in pictures, if one wants to approximate to physical ideas.
    • pictures are not, of course, a description of physical occurrences, but the
    • approaches the physical world. He does not derive his wisdom directly from
    • is a fourfold being, consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • human self-consciousness. The three lower members, physical body, etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
    • the fact that in addition to his physical body, man also has higher
    • general idea is that man, as a physical structure, consists of the
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • begin with, as a solid organism. This is the physical body.
    • Physical organism: Physical body
    • Solid organism        Physical body
    • — and it can also be done with physical methods of investigation
    • in man. In regard to the physical organism, therefore, the human being
    • around the physical organism.
    • physical organization within the space bounded by the human skin. We
    • astral body brings these forces of feeling into physical operation in
    • the physical body still intrudes and tones down the pictures into
    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
    • the physical organism with no soul in it. The tone which lives in the
    • affinity of the outspreading physical air with the Light-Ether which
    • closely into these matters. During sleep it is only the physical body
    • being the forces that are within the physical and etheric bodies can
    • understanding not only of his relation to the surrounding physical
    • falling asleep. But thereby we come to know man's physical environment
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • physical body. But it is paramountly the etheric body that takes hold
    • remain in the physical but at the same time reach up to the spiritual.
    • its qualities, differs completely from the physical which alone is
    • perception studied in physiology or physical anatomy. But in regard to
    • this: How is the moral world-order connected with the physical
    • outer physical world and can only resort to earlier religious beliefs
    • There, on the one side, is the physical world. According to the modern
    • see, we have come from the realm of soul into the physical!
    • easy to prove with physical instruments. Moral ideals, then, have a
    • except the outwardly visible physical body. The air with its vibrating
    • an etheric, not a physical seed of life such as issues from the
    • lays aside his physical body at death. What is thus produced in us
    • the physical body, these higher members of our human nature are filled
    • ideals and what works as life-giving force in the physical world, even
    • only if the physical is traced upwards to that rarefied state wherein
    • the soul can be directly active in the rarefied physical element, as
    • entities, whereas we today regard them merely as physical structures.
    • physical, but still thought of them as pervaded by living souls. In
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • by stages into the physical, how in reality the two are united, men
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • between the moral-spiritual world-order and natural-physical
    • world, which is a physical, material world. Constantly to be running
    • outer, physical reality. What, then, must it be?
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • I. Soul-and-Spirit in Man's Physical Constitution
    • The physical organism of man is considered today to consist of more
    • or less solid-fluid substances; but as well as his solid, physical body,
    • the physical body and the soul-and-spirit.
    • world-order with the physical world-order. — The moral world-order
    • physical. — The moral power developed by man rays out and is
    • The connection of the spiritual Sun with the physical sun is the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • into the Maid of Orleans before her physical birth, as if by way of
    • activity of the physical body and the ether body. From the time of our
    • physical body. For this reason man overcomes his sense of national
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • and not as a physical body.
    • shaken by the knowledge that the events in the physical world take
    • that France gave to Russia. This alliance is the physical expression
    • is happening in the physical world. Consider how different the
    • spiritual truth is from what is happening in the physical world! This
    • the physical plane England and Russia are allies in the fight against
    • below through the physical plane and then onto the astral plane, sees
    • physical plane, but has no corresponding value in the spiritual world
    • that England and Russia are allied in the North only on the physical
    • plane. In the Southeast, looking through the physical plane, one
    • physical plane, England is an ally to Russia and on the astral plane
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • what mere physical eyes can perceive! This spiritual truth will ring
    • If one were to rely only on what is taking place in the physical
    • colleague had worked diligently with us here on the physical plane; my
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • into the Maid of Orleans before her physical birth, as if by way of
    • activity of the physical body and the ether body. From the time of our
    • physical body. For this reason man overcomes his sense of national
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • and not as a physical body.
    • shaken by the knowledge that the events in the physical world take
    • that France gave to Russia. This alliance is the physical expression
    • is happening in the physical world. Consider how different the
    • spiritual truth is from what is happening in the physical world! This
    • the physical plane England and Russia are allies in the fight against
    • below through the physical plane and then onto the astral plane, sees
    • physical plane, but has no corresponding value in the spiritual world
    • that England and Russia are allied in the North only on the physical
    • plane. In the Southeast, looking through the physical plane, one
    • physical plane, England is an ally to Russia and on the astral plane
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • what mere physical eyes can perceive! This spiritual truth will ring
    • If one were to rely only on what is taking place in the physical
    • colleague had worked diligently with us here on the physical plane; my
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • material-physical world was necessary, because when men were nearer to
    • acquired the faculty of judgment necessary in physical life, namely,
    • physical world of sense, but that the ego was the last member of his
    • physical body. We will remind ourselves especially today that the
    • consisted of three members only: physical body, etheric body, astral
    • the animals. They consist of physical body, etheric body and astral
    • consists in the fact that the animal has physical body, etheric body
    • physical body, etheric body and astral body, his nature was never the
    • physical world. The impetus for this descent was this action, this deed,
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • the more do we find in the physical endowments of man, higher forces
    • were themselves involved in the process of physical degeneration — as
    • a factor in man's descent from spiritual heights into physical
    • material-physical world than the expression: Original Sin, Inherited
    • the physical-material world. Just as we must place at the beginning of
    • of the physical-material world, is anything but free when it follows
    • ego into the physical-material world, has unfolded personality while
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • had only physical body, etheric body and astral body, and he evolves
    • Christ Who first appeared in physical form — which at that time was
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    • material-physical world was necessary, because when men were nearer to
    • acquired the faculty of judgment necessary in physical life, namely,
    • physical world of sense, but that the ego was the last member of his
    • physical body. We will remind ourselves especially today that the
    • consisted of three members only: physical body, etheric body, astral
    • the animals. They consist of physical body, etheric body and astral
    • consists in the fact that the animal has physical body, etheric body
    • physical body, etheric body and astral body, his nature was never the
    • physical world. The impetus for this descent was this action, this deed,
    • seventh year of life the physical body of the human being develops,
    • the more do we find in the physical endowments of man, higher forces
    • were themselves involved in the process of physical degeneration — as
    • a factor in man's descent from spiritual heights into physical
    • material-physical world than the expression: Original Sin, Inherited
    • the physical-material world. Just as we must place at the beginning of
    • of the physical-material world, is anything but free when it follows
    • ego into the physical-material world, has unfolded personality while
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • had only physical body, etheric body and astral body, and he evolves
    • Christ Who first appeared in physical form — which at that time was
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • physical body, the etheric body, and the astral body. You must now
    • says: I have three sheaths, my physical body, my etheric body, and my
    • development: their physical body, etheric or life body, and astral
    • could win a physical body for itself on the earth; for the conditions
    • which the earth presents for the development of a physical fleshly
    • acquire a physical body for himself who wished to develop his fourth
    • a seventh principle, could not get physical bodies for themselves. For
    • physical human bodies for beings who come into this Earth evolution so
    • acquisition of such a physical body. What did these beings have to do?
    • to a human physical body consisting of flesh and bones, for such
    • must take refuge in a kind of substitute physical body; we must search
    • physical body, the etheric body and the astral body, and the
    • might say, to physical visibility. So the risen Christ was enveloped
    • in an etheric body condensed to physical visibility; and thus He went
    • cooperation of the physical body.
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    • physical body, the etheric body, and the astral body. You must now
    • says: I have three sheaths, my physical body, my etheric body, and my
    • development: their physical body, etheric or life body, and astral
    • could win a physical body for itself on the earth; for the conditions
    • which the earth presents for the development of a physical fleshly
    • acquire a physical body for himself who wished to develop his fourth
    • a seventh principle, could not get physical bodies for themselves. For
    • physical human bodies for beings who come into this Earth evolution so
    • acquisition of such a physical body. What did these beings have to do?
    • to a human physical body consisting of flesh and bones, for such
    • must take refuge in a kind of substitute physical body; we must search
    • physical body, the etheric body and the astral body, and the
    • might say, to physical visibility. So the risen Christ was enveloped
    • in an etheric body condensed to physical visibility; and thus He went
    • cooperation of the physical body.
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • foundation of our physical one and all its phenomena?" Yes, there are
    • once perceived all this in another way than with his physical eyes. It
    • physical world. He feels dimly that everything appeared differently
    • which could evolve in the physical world in order, when fully
    • experiences the things of the physical plane. Yet it is just with
    • regard to this physical world that he has learned to wonder. In dreams
    • the physical world. Only when this period of Kamaloka is extinguished,
    • during physical life. On earth we see colours because we have eyes; we
    • perception which are at his disposal in physical life. He sees the
    • phenomena of our physical surroundings. There we see the sun
    • sign that he is leaving his body, passing out of his physical body.
    • physical and etheric bodies, and he is then in the spiritual world.
    • occurs when, on approaching sleep, we are about to leave the physical
    • uncomprehended physical existence once more, they will have no
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • foundation of our physical one and all its phenomena?" Yes, there are
    • once perceived all this in another way than with his physical eyes. It
    • physical world. He feels dimly that everything appeared differently
    • which could evolve in the physical world in order, when fully
    • experiences the things of the physical plane. Yet it is just with
    • regard to this physical world that he has learned to wonder. In dreams
    • the physical world. Only when this period of Kamaloka is extinguished,
    • during physical life. On earth we see colours because we have eyes; we
    • perception which are at his disposal in physical life. He sees the
    • phenomena of our physical surroundings. There we see the sun
    • sign that he is leaving his body, passing out of his physical body.
    • physical and etheric bodies, and he is then in the spiritual world.
    • occurs when, on approaching sleep, we are about to leave the physical
    • uncomprehended physical existence once more, they will have no
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • physical body. But things of this kind — which extend far beyond
    • Buddhism understands, means that the Being in question, after the physical
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the physical world and her life continues there. The trend of the two
    • following way. When a human being is to enter physical existence on
    • generations by the process of physical heredity. In a human being who
    • to the physical world was a much gentler, more delicate process. Not
    • no very essential difference between physical men and the spirit
    • acquired by the development of the body as a physical instrument. And
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • recognition of natural laws operating in chemical and physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • the physical body. All that is necessary here is to give indications,
    • the physical body. What is noteworthy in such a matter is that in the
    • age represents the lowest point of man's descent to the physical
    • intertwined, entangled with life on the physical plane. But in that
    • that up to the seventh year the development of the physical body is of
    • is the development of the physical body up to the seventh year, of the
    • physical body. Christians who are Theosophists, or, if you prefer,
    • Buddha and will not return in a physical body. The Christian respects
    • into a physical body, but sends his influence in another way into the
    • proclamations of new, physical prophets, for whom humanity no longer
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • physical plane was created. But an utterance of a great Greek is also
    • physical plane, men had only very limited consciousness of the
    • physical plane. Since that time the intensity of the union between the
    • human being and life on the physical plane has waned, together with
    • what will become of the physical materials used in these pictures. It
    • they observe the Physical; they will have to perceive how repetition
    • in the physical world is a great law of existence, and that recurrence
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • on the Earth through repeated physical incarnations? We will here
    • transcends the world in which his physical body encloses him. This is
    • one indication of the fact that here, in this physical world, there is
    • break through the barriers of ordinary existence in the physical body
    • is in the physical body. In ordinary life he will desire this or that;
    • while in the physical body, transcends his own limitations, for
    • human soul by way of the intellect and the senses, ray into physical
    • other souls by the impenetrable sheath provided by the physical body.
    • incarnated in a physical body in order that he may be able to
    • physical body. In the Gods they are spiritual impulses. But among the
    • the physical world, only to have to reattain them? Why could he not
    • those worlds because only by coming down into the physical world of
    • explanation of how the spiritual world plays into the physical world,
    • incarnated in the ordinary sense, in a physical human being. We know
    • when there remained only the physical body, the ether-body and the
    • the kingdom of the minerals. The Spiritual endures, but the Physical,
    • was upon the Earth for three years, It had no physical body, no
    • weaves the Physical Body — or what corresponds with the physical
    • from man to man; and His “physical body” through the power
    • Physical Body of Christ ... but this means that the Earth cannot
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    • Physical Body. Thereby that Ideal Being Whose “ I ” —
    • living, invisible God who has come down to the physical plane. That is
    • pervade all existence on the physical plane. Men whose paths appeared
    • experienced, in greatest intensity, their union with the physical
    • plane and with the Spiritual pervading the physical plane.
    • the Divine Godhead who has not yet descended to the physical plane. In
    • the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch knew that in the physical world he was
    • man had descended more deeply into physical existence. And when the
    • the descent to the physical plane and now there must be a gradual
    • the physical plane from the heights of Divine-Spiritual existence. But
    • indicate a great physical catastrophe or deluge. Obviously it does not
    • those times the other human being physically before him was enveloped
    • physical world was already in its preparatory stage. The impulses
    • long, long ages. Thus the impulse to look out into the physical world
    • physical world to which he was descending. Picturing this Impulse as a
    • outwards into the physical plane. Darkness is creeping over the world
    • the physical plane between birth and death; Western culture cannot
    • physical plane, not in the higher worlds. Now that Kaliyuga has come
    • us physically, through his body; after his death he works spiritually,
    • out of the spiritual world, upon our physical world. He is present in
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    • of the physical body were laid during the ancient Saturn period;
    • consciousness, filling and forming it, needs the outer, physical body,
    • soul-and-spirit makes use of the instrument of the physical body. From
    • can only do so because he has the physical earth-body as an
    • physical body. The physical body, from which the instruments of the
    • of the physical body to be observed outwardly is only illusion, maya.
    • death the physical body of earthly man slips away, falls away from
    • physical body must be preserved in its accustomed form. In respect of
    • its “substance” the physical body is being renewed all the
    • physical substances than were previously there. The physical
    • the time the physical body retains its form. If, however, the memory
    • and the remembrances were bound up with the “physical body,”
    • long as the various substances of the physical body remain. This means
    • that if the memory were bound up with the physical body, we should be
    • able, at most, to remember back for six or seven years. The physical
    • for the earthly consciousness, therefore, is the physical body; the
    • did not take place — if, after forsaking the physical body at
    • the air, for one thing. Even in the physical sense, the whole of our
    • the outer world. Everyday consciousness is bound up with the physical
    • which the physical body is the instrument; secondly, his memory, with
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    • epochs of evolution are contained in the physical body, the ether-body
    • physical body into the instrument of man's present form of
    • the physical-, ether- and astral-bodies in that man was endowed
    • distinguished by physical attributes. The ancient Indian culture was
    • that is dependent on the physical body; memory and remembrance which
    • was an outer happening, striking into the physical world; a future
    • happenings on the physical plane.
    • authority of a single individual on the physical Earth? It is
    • own power, independently of physical circumstances. And it will be a
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    • physical world as we do. Just how these widely separated periods link
    • the Egyptian concerned himself that the outer physical form should be
    • mementos of the past physical life he gave to the deceased certain
    • utensils and possessions suited to the needs of physical life. Thus
    • what the person had had in the physical was to be retained. In this
    • way the Egyptian bound the dead to the physical plane. This custom
    • his physical and etheric bodies, he has a different consciousness; he
    • look down on the physical earth. It is not then indifferent to him
    • physical body. They had the form of their body before them. This body
    • physical life. All that we describe today as the attachment to matter
    • to love the physical world; through this it is so often said today
    • that the only important thing is the physical body between birth and
    • lost all interest in the physical world had the Egyptians not had the
    • mummy-cult. It had to be thus if a proper interest in the physical
    • consequence of the fact that the Egyptians mummified the physical body
    • experience in the external physical world.
    • the physical world. What did we experience as ancient Egyptians in the
    • interests us in our environment. Physically and spiritually we will
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    • arises? It is a form that is different from physical man, as different
    • as is the archetype from the physical plant. It is the archetype of
    • connected with them. These were not perceptible to the physical eye
    • physical beings. Thus, for example, there are connected with our
    • physical being, but the others are also there; they are among us and
    • do not proceed from merely physical causes but rather from the forces
    • physical body, but he did not perceive objects in the same sharp
    • Here man is already a being in the physical world, which seems misty
    • out of his physical body at night. As truly as man today sees outer
    • in the Atlantean time when he went out of his physical body.
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    • advanced were those who had already achieved a physical perceiving of
    • we see physical objects sharply contoured, became ever clearer. Their
    • when he dived down into his physical body in the morning. He saw
    • taste of what lay before him physically, without his having to drink
    • period. Man consisted already of physical, etheric, and astral bodies,
    • plus the ego, but the physical body still looked quite different. We
    • ancient times the physical body was definitely not of its present
    • The etheric body was a much more important member. The physical body
    • eagle men, who felt less at home in the physical world. Then there
    • present-day physical body; it was not quite identical, but it was like
    • him today. The initiate must live in a physical body, and the physical
    • animal-like form; the physical body was small in comparison with the
    • initiate differed from these in that his physical body was more
    • spiritual members over his physical body has almost completely
    • remnant of the mastery over the physical body that obtained in ancient
    • greater influence over the physical body. If today a person were to
    • body. Seldom would the physical body be influenced by a meditation.
    • developed today for a thought to work on the physical body. It is
    • external physical structure. Man should work today in the knowledge
    • such mastery there that it could influence the physical body in a
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    • The world around us is the physical world. Within and around it surges
    • we perceive with the physical senses is a result of what is spiritual.
    • earth. We must see that the physical boundaries are not the real
    • today consists of four members, physical body, etheric body, astral
    • even the physical body. As Manas grows out of the astral sheath, as
    • Buddhi on a higher stage corresponds to Prana, so will the physical
    • We know that the physical body first appeared on Saturn, the etheric
    • that only to the initiate could the true nature of the physical,
    • person with occult training knows that when the physical body
    • the contrary, all illnesses that do not come from outside the Physical
    • back on the physical body and make it healthy. This was the
    • there was led down as far as the physical plane. Until the fourth
    • post-Atlantean period there continued to descend into the physical
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    • On ancient Saturn, too, a physical eye would have seen nothing. In
    • could be felt physically only as warmth. Out of this mass, this
    • vapor, which could have been seen had a physical eye been present.
    • beings who, although not assuming a physical body, were connected with
    • rayed forth, not physical light alone, but that this light was
    • heart. The sun can never send mere physical light to earth; the
    • This was once the form of man, a form that was a physical light-body,
    • and into the upper part of physical man, and formed something like a
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    • physical mass of the moon we would find that it was not fitted to
    • its physical substances appears in large part inferior, even decadent,
    • Thus, in respect of the astral, the etheric, and the physical parts of
    • moon, the physical moon has become slag. Only the exalted and powerful
    • breathe. Thereby he was attached to the physical world, and the first
    • with the human physical body.
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    • the only part of man that was physically perceptible at the time when
    • along that he had given his lower half, his lower nature, a physical
    • hip-level he was at his ugliest in his physical form. The shape he
    • themselves in balance. When half of man had become physical, sun and
    • strongly. It could even happen that the physical body might
    • physical body especially. Then there were men who had received their
    • physical nature became especially strong and worked on the upper
    • is a decadent form. What was governed principally by the physical body
    • the physical body was strongly marked, in whom the heart region was
    • the astral body overpowered the physical and etheric is preserved for
    • forms, merged harmoniously in man. One is present in the physical
    • combinations. For example, the physical, astral, and ego might be
    • had the upper hand, while the physical was less developed, so that we
    • have men in whom the higher members prevail over the physical body.
    • Those human beings in whom the physical, astral, and ego predominated,
    • are the physical ancestors of the males of today, while those in whom
    • the etheric, astral, and ego predominated, are the physical ancestors
    • consciousness while in the physical body became strong, while his soul
    • life became weaker upon leaving the physical plane at night.
    • transitional stage. Man's consciousness for the physical world was
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    • The Conquest of the Physical Plane.
    • etc., appeared as physical forms as early as the time when the sun had
    • Perception by means of the physical eye began only after the hip
    • nature. At that time man could not yet see physical things. Human
    • was physical, but as though it were wrapped in mist and surrounded by
    • call death. For if, at that time, man withdrew from his physical body,
    • physical body. He never said to himself, “Now I am dying,”
    • itself from the physical, and that all this happens in the full moon.
    • We have the physical and etheric bodies lying in bed, the astral body
    • from the astral body into the physical, and these streams are the
    • forces that remove fatigue in the night. They bring to the physical
    • influence its working on the physical body.
    • approximately thus, when we returned into the physical body,
    • “Now I must descend again into the physical body that waits for
    • could leave the physical body once again, and rise up to rest in the
    • As the physical body evolved further, and especially after the
    • development of the upper members, man could see more physically, could
    • perceive the objects in the physical world about him. In the same
    • physical body. He took more interest in the physical world. His
    • in the physical body became clearer. He became disaccustomed to the
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    • spiritual side? All that we see on the physical plane always remains
    • an event and fact of the physical plane. But in the science of the
    • spirit, we are interested not only in what lives on the physical
    • the physical world, when he suffers from the fact that he is no longer
    • in the physical world. Then comes the time when he must prepare
    • he is no longer immediately connected with the physical world and with
    • physical impressions.
    • physical body, but in the astral. Therefore, since man retains his
    • organ with which to satisfy this craving, the physical body. The
    • physical, and after death the person feels a real lust for what
    • physical organs. Throughout this period he remains in kamaloka. Then
    • be satisfied only through physical organs. Then he enters into
    • In the same proportion that man ceases to be fettered to the physical
    • feel, would feel itself to be a member of the physical organism, so
    • this side, on the physical side. The countenance of the earth has
    • the physical plane changes, so do things change in the other world.
    • descended to the physical plane, he became ever more entangled in this
    • physical plane. We have shown how the Indian gazed into a high world
    • and how, in Persia, man already attempted to conquer the physical
    • worlds and the physical plane. The more man approached the middle of
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    • forces, to which there correspond certain other forces in the physical
    • relationships on the physical plane had changed, but that also the
    • the physical plane alters, but progress also occurs in the spiritual
    • the Egyptian period both within and beyond the physical plane.
    • material world, gaining increasing interest in the physical world. In
    • livelier man's consciousness became in the physical world, the more he
    • enjoyed being there, the, more he discovered the laws of the physical
    • physical body, to experience completely what one must experience if,
    • formed themselves into physical organs of perception, so super-sensible
    • on the physical plane. These impressions pass over into the astral
    • ego, he slips out of his physical and etheric bodies during the night.
    • What man receives in this way from the physical plane does not
    • impressions, but retains them when it slips out of the physical body
    • impressions, which shape and member it as the physical organs have
    • as he sees the physical world today.
    • the etheric body had been lifted out of the physical body. This was
    • the physical body, would have exerted so much resistance that it could
    • condition in which the physical body was deserted by the etheric body
    • while this latter, freed from the physical, united itself with the
    • world, beyond the physical plane.
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    • time worked his way into the physical plane and that this working into
    • the physical world then reached its low point. Why is this time, which
    • on the physical plane. Compare this with our own time. We need only
    • over the tools and equipment for labor on the physical plane, but he
    • devotes his spiritual powers to conquering the physical plane. Can we
    • not say that the human spirit is becoming the slave of the physical
    • plane? In a certain way man descends even below the physical plane.
    • time, because he knows that it was necessary to conquer the physical
    • physical world. Is it important for the spirit that, instead of
    • level of the physical plane. This mightiest impulse had to be given,
    • of the spiritual world; now he had descended entirely to the physical
    • he has accustomed himself in the physical world; the duration of this
    • connected with the physical plane in such a way that he felt himself
    • as a member of the whole physical series of generations. Thus, in
    • individual physical existence, but one really had to traverse all that
    • it were embedded in it, but the folk-soul is not physical; it is real
    • circles, for external physical observation they will be separate
    • When we look away from the physical man and observe only his etheric
    • Thus Osiris was not visible on the physical plane. He had died for the
    • physical plane. Only when a man had died was Osiris again placed
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    • being — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego —
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • that in his present physical existence man is, in a certain sense,
    • into the spiritual world. The physical body in its ordinary state is
    • sleep as regards the outer physical world; daytime consciousness at
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • streamings arise because human blood, which is a physical substance,
    • constitution of the physical body and etheric bodies lying in the bed,
    • into a physical body. But the evolution of humanity progresses and in
    • contradistinction to the Physical Christ of Palestine. For we have
    • believes that what he saw is a physical man. He will come to realise
    • specially prepared in order that He might be visible to physical eyes.
    • did the Physical Christ in Palestine. If men observe such happenings
    • will move about in the physical world, but is the only etheric
    • body able to work in the physical world as a human physical body
    • works. It will differ from a physical body in this respect only, that
    • physical form. What will be accomplished in humanity through this
    • not in physically embodiment but as pure Akashic forms within the
    • Sons of Fire, will appear in a physical body as Bodhisattva, can be
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    • being — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego —
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • that in his present physical existence man is, in a certain sense,
    • into the spiritual world. The physical body in its ordinary state is
    • sleep as regards the outer physical world; daytime consciousness at
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • streamings arise because human blood, which is a physical substance,
    • constitution of the physical body and etheric bodies lying in the bed,
    • into a physical body. But the evolution of humanity progresses and in
    • contradistinction to the Physical Christ of Palestine. For we have
    • believes that what he saw is a physical man. He will come to realise
    • specially prepared in order that He might be visible to physical eyes.
    • did the Physical Christ in Palestine. If men observe such happenings
    • will move about in the physical world, but is the only etheric
    • body able to work in the physical world as a human physical body
    • works. It will differ from a physical body in this respect only, that
    • physical form. What will be accomplished in humanity through this
    • not in physically embodiment but as pure Akashic forms within the
    • Sons of Fire, will appear in a physical body as Bodhisattva, can be
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    • also take hold of man — bring him physical death. In the great
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • physical eyes can see of him is related to the true super-sensible
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    • also take hold of man — bring him physical death. In the great
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • physical eyes can see of him is related to the true super-sensible
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    • we receive forces that help us in our ordinary lives during physical
    • existence as well as in the total life that we spend during physical existence
    • and the non-physical existence between death and a new birth. The more
    • lives when we are living most intensively on the physical plane. In this
    • physical plane. We are thoroughly enmeshed with everything that comes to
    • physical plane. He who refuses to accept these secrets is as playful as a
    • physical.
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    • we receive forces that help us in our ordinary lives during physical
    • existence as well as in the total life that we spend during physical existence
    • and the non-physical existence between death and a new birth. The more
    • lives when we are living most intensively on the physical plane. In this
    • physical plane. We are thoroughly enmeshed with everything that comes to
    • physical plane. He who refuses to accept these secrets is as playful as a
    • physical.
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    • This mystery, as we know it, took place once in the physical evolution of
    • had not yet been fulfilled upon the physical plane. Only the fourth took
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • constitution holds us up securely in the physical world only when we do
    • this world if we had such physical organs that we were tossed to and fro
    • “I realize that I am able to exist as a physical man with unselfish
    • thinking, feeling and willing. Truly, as the rays of the physical sun must
    • dependent upon our natural ability, just as what we do physically is not
    • physical plane in 1904, and entered the spiritual world. Such people go
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • descended from superphysical worlds through the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • This mystery, as we know it, took place once in the physical evolution of
    • had not yet been fulfilled upon the physical plane. Only the fourth took
    • place in the physical realm, as related in the Gospels and in the Pauline
    • constitution holds us up securely in the physical world only when we do
    • this world if we had such physical organs that we were tossed to and fro
    • “I realize that I am able to exist as a physical man with unselfish
    • thinking, feeling and willing. Truly, as the rays of the physical sun must
    • dependent upon our natural ability, just as what we do physically is not
    • physical plane in 1904, and entered the spiritual world. Such people go
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • descended from superphysical worlds through the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • returning when the time comes to be active in physical life in a fresh
    • Herder — in the most severe physical pain says to his son: “Give
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    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • returning when the time comes to be active in physical life in a fresh
    • Herder — in the most severe physical pain says to his son: “Give
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    • union with the physical body until the change of teeth begins.
    • the tendency to descend into physical embodiment. We see him there as
    • as physical body, in the maternal organism. With this physical body we
    • physical body.
    • Before he approaches his physical body — or rather the germ, the
    • universe. Here on earth we live in the physical world — in the world
    • unite — through the embryo — with the physical world, he draws to
    • when he is uniting with the physical, we should have a sphere — far
    • time, while the human being coalesces more and more with his physical
    • central etheric structure, at the time of puberty, the physical heart,
    • it, is the physical heart.
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • heart, so to speak — is drawn together by the forces of the physical
    • observe man just after his entry into the physical world — i.e.,
    • world, from a world which is not there in the physical, or even the
    • slips into the physical organs — primarily into those organs which
    • through birth into this physical existence — we see it diving down
    • physical and etheric organs.
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
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    • union with the physical body until the change of teeth begins.
    • the tendency to descend into physical embodiment. We see him there as
    • as physical body, in the maternal organism. With this physical body we
    • physical body.
    • Before he approaches his physical body — or rather the germ, the
    • universe. Here on earth we live in the physical world — in the world
    • unite — through the embryo — with the physical world, he draws to
    • when he is uniting with the physical, we should have a sphere — far
    • time, while the human being coalesces more and more with his physical
    • central etheric structure, at the time of puberty, the physical heart,
    • it, is the physical heart.
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • heart, so to speak — is drawn together by the forces of the physical
    • observe man just after his entry into the physical world — i.e.,
    • world, from a world which is not there in the physical, or even the
    • slips into the physical organs — primarily into those organs which
    • through birth into this physical existence — we see it diving down
    • physical and etheric organs.
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
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    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • senses, the physical external man, there exists a super-physical man,
    • the physical eye we can perceive — to adopt an expression of Goethe's
    • — by means of the “spiritual eye,” within this physical man,
    • physical human body lies the super-sensible etheric body not perceptible to
    • physical eyes but visible to the spiritual eye only. People may scoff at the
    • physical man. Nevertheless, just as the physical human being consists of the
    • physical earthly environment, so does he also consist of spiritual forces
    • physical forces within us can be discovered by natural science within our
    • plants physically shoot up out of the earth and become perceptible to the
    • physical eye, the spiritual researcher beholds an extra-terrestrial being
    • not flow in during the winter. And while with our physical sight we see only
    • physical plants growing out of the soil, spiritual sight beholds spiritual
    • physical plants attain fullness of growth, we see, so to speak, just as many
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • lasting until about the fourteenth year, when we become physically mature.
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
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    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • senses, the physical external man, there exists a super-physical man,
    • the physical eye we can perceive — to adopt an expression of Goethe's
    • — by means of the “spiritual eye,” within this physical man,
    • physical human body lies the super-sensible etheric body not perceptible to
    • physical eyes but visible to the spiritual eye only. People may scoff at the
    • physical man. Nevertheless, just as the physical human being consists of the
    • physical earthly environment, so does he also consist of spiritual forces
    • physical forces within us can be discovered by natural science within our
    • plants physically shoot up out of the earth and become perceptible to the
    • physical eye, the spiritual researcher beholds an extra-terrestrial being
    • not flow in during the winter. And while with our physical sight we see only
    • physical plants growing out of the soil, spiritual sight beholds spiritual
    • physical plants attain fullness of growth, we see, so to speak, just as many
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • lasting until about the fourteenth year, when we become physically mature.
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
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    • worlds surrounding him, namely, the actual physical world, the soul
    • human soul has in the past been incarnated repeatedly in a physical
    • the aura hovers above the physical body because the astral body
    • years for the physical eye to develop in man, from tiny pin-points to
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    • worlds surrounding him, namely, the actual physical world, the soul
    • human soul has in the past been incarnated repeatedly in a physical
    • the aura hovers above the physical body because the astral body
    • years for the physical eye to develop in man, from tiny pin-points to
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    • in various recent studies I have explained how the physical
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • everything, in other words, that is cast away as physical
    • organization when the human being attains a free physical existence
    • body soul-spirit efficacy of the human being during his physical
    • 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.
    • we have the physical organization (white). This physical organization
    • 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
    • processes in the human being. Thus viewed from outside, this physical
    • organization is not separated from the other physical organization of
    • interpenetration of the physical and superphysical human being would
    • stream from ego to astral body, to etheric body, to physical body
    • etheric body; instead this stream lays hold of man's physical body
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    • in various recent studies I have explained how the physical
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • everything, in other words, that is cast away as physical
    • organization when the human being attains a free physical existence
    • body soul-spirit efficacy of the human being during his physical
    • 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.
    • we have the physical organization (white). This physical organization
    • 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
    • processes in the human being. Thus viewed from outside, this physical
    • organization is not separated from the other physical organization of
    • interpenetration of the physical and superphysical human being would
    • stream from ego to astral body, to etheric body, to physical body
    • etheric body; instead this stream lays hold of man's physical body
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    • the sensory and physical. Only by widening his soul to this realm of
    • physical world. Entrance into this realm is portrayed by the journey
    • him. Whereas in the physical world we perceive objects in sharp
    • earthly and physical, the realm containing, so to say, the divine
    • in the physical body. The soul must be free, then it can awaken within
    • and is no longer turned towards the physical world of the senses,
    • to the most perfect physical being wandering on the face of the earth,
    • namely, physical man. As I have often emphasized, that is fully
    • that the further we go back to ever more imperfect physical forms the
    • call man had as yet no kind of physical existence and was securely
    • look upon the material form, man's physical body, as a densification
    • nothing of the physical, material bodily nature today perceptible to
    • physical, until he comes to his present physical form. The age to
    • physical form we see today. But spiritual science looks back into a
    • Now let us try to turn what has been said into a physical picture. Let
    • us ask ourselves: Do we not possess a physical picture of what has
    • therefore himself became an Osiris. He tore himself from the physical,
    • renounced all habits of the physical plane, all passions and desires,
    • cleansed himself of the physical, became a purified soul and as such
    • therefore, the realm of Osiris is spoken of, it is not the physical
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    • the sensory and physical. Only by widening his soul to this realm of
    • physical world. Entrance into this realm is portrayed by the journey
    • him. Whereas in the physical world we perceive objects in sharp
    • earthly and physical, the realm containing, so to say, the divine
    • in the physical body. The soul must be free, then it can awaken within
    • and is no longer turned towards the physical world of the senses,
    • to the most perfect physical being wandering on the face of the earth,
    • namely, physical man. As I have often emphasized, that is fully
    • that the further we go back to ever more imperfect physical forms the
    • call man had as yet no kind of physical existence and was securely
    • look upon the material form, man's physical body, as a densification
    • nothing of the physical, material bodily nature today perceptible to
    • physical, until he comes to his present physical form. The age to
    • physical form we see today. But spiritual science looks back into a
    • Now let us try to turn what has been said into a physical picture. Let
    • us ask ourselves: Do we not possess a physical picture of what has
    • therefore himself became an Osiris. He tore himself from the physical,
    • renounced all habits of the physical plane, all passions and desires,
    • cleansed himself of the physical, became a purified soul and as such
    • therefore, the realm of Osiris is spoken of, it is not the physical
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    • physical substance. The wonderful mystery of man's gradual
    • still exercise an immediate influence upon our physical existence and
    • during his physical existence. Even today one may be a spiritual
    • connection with Christ while in the physical body, however, before the
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    • physical substance. The wonderful mystery of man's gradual
    • still exercise an immediate influence upon our physical existence and
    • during his physical existence. Even today one may be a spiritual
    • connection with Christ while in the physical body, however, before the
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • In him are the four oft-mentioned human principles — physical body,
    • four existing lower principles (physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • the four lower human principles — physical body, etheric body, astral
    • being on earth was not yet a physical human being in our sense of the
    • principles must start with the physical body, continue with the etheric
    • Think of the physical body, composed as it is of the same substances and
    • Forces as is the seemingly lifeless world around it. The physical body
    • from the surrounding world. The physical body, in a strict sense, is a
    • physical body. What was formerly in us is now somewhere else,
    • The physical body may be seen as part of the physical substance of our
    • physical body continually takes in physical substance as nourishment; so
    • can maintain the physical body adequately. The etheric body must live
    • What appeal is the supplicant to make with reference to the physical body
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    • In him are the four oft-mentioned human principles — physical body,
    • four existing lower principles (physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • the four lower human principles — physical body, etheric body, astral
    • being on earth was not yet a physical human being in our sense of the
    • principles must start with the physical body, continue with the etheric
    • Think of the physical body, composed as it is of the same substances and
    • Forces as is the seemingly lifeless world around it. The physical body
    • from the surrounding world. The physical body, in a strict sense, is a
    • physical body. What was formerly in us is now somewhere else,
    • The physical body may be seen as part of the physical substance of our
    • physical body continually takes in physical substance as nourishment; so
    • can maintain the physical body adequately. The etheric body must live
    • What appeal is the supplicant to make with reference to the physical body
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • body falls away? It is a peculiarity of our physical life and of our
    • too, was enacted in the super-sensible but also in the physical world.
    • existence itself — it is both a physical and a spiritual Deed. We can
    • goes on, in spite of the forces of physical decay and death, the
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    • body falls away? It is a peculiarity of our physical life and of our
    • too, was enacted in the super-sensible but also in the physical world.
    • existence itself — it is both a physical and a spiritual Deed. We can
    • goes on, in spite of the forces of physical decay and death, the
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    • in the physical body which is given to him upon Earth, and through
    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • contemplate what surrounds us here in this physical existence upon
    • spiritual world into the physical and earthly; we leave it in the
    • word is but an indication of something which is not here in the physical
    • physical and etheric body; the astral body too is away. Now it is the
    • physical body and we must ask ourselves: What happens to it while we
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • indwell the physical body of man.
    • Therefore in truth, throughout our earthly life our physical body is
    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
    • which is its physical, sense-perceptible manifestation.
    • and in his earthly life by night, is related not only to his physical
    • man is related through his physical existence to plants and animals,
    • their presence, so that here too, even in physical life, he may have
    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • — Beings who did not put on physical human bodies as do the men of
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    • in the physical body which is given to him upon Earth, and through
    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • contemplate what surrounds us here in this physical existence upon
    • spiritual world into the physical and earthly; we leave it in the
    • word is but an indication of something which is not here in the physical
    • physical and etheric body; the astral body too is away. Now it is the
    • physical body and we must ask ourselves: What happens to it while we
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • indwell the physical body of man.
    • Therefore in truth, throughout our earthly life our physical body is
    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • manner. The physical world is not the true reality, so it is said; it
    • which is its physical, sense-perceptible manifestation.
    • and in his earthly life by night, is related not only to his physical
    • man is related through his physical existence to plants and animals,
    • their presence, so that here too, even in physical life, he may have
    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • — Beings who did not put on physical human bodies as do the men of
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    • possess," is what they hear. The physical body is represented by the
    • were others who grew old not only physically but also in their souls. This
    • then be seen only physically in the sun and planets, and also for the birth
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
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    • possess," is what they hear. The physical body is represented by the
    • were others who grew old not only physically but also in their souls. This
    • then be seen only physically in the sun and planets, and also for the birth
    • earth. We know that the physical sun triumphs over the egoism of the earth
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    • physical body. Man possesses this physical body in common with all the
    • when applied by physical science.) This etheric or vital body, as it
    • occultist as are externally perceptible colors to the physical eye.
    • attained to animal conditions consists of the physical body, the
    • consists of a physical body, an etheric body, an astral body, and the
    • physical body; this he possesses in common with the whole of what is
    • the physical body, we do not even mean that which the eye beholds, but
    • rather that combination of forces which has constructed the physical
    • body, which raises physical substance to life; that is, it converts
    • being made up of the substance of the surrounding physical world, and
    • The Physical Body;
    • The inorganic, neutral, physical forces;
    • of more closely allied species of animals does not kill. The physical
    • ego. Just as the physical body is the expression of the physical
    • the blood the expression of the “I,” or ego. Physical
    • physical body, vital system, and nervous system are the
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    • physical body. Man possesses this physical body in common with all the
    • when applied by physical science.) This etheric or vital body, as it
    • occultist as are externally perceptible colors to the physical eye.
    • attained to animal conditions consists of the physical body, the
    • consists of a physical body, an etheric body, an astral body, and the
    • physical body; this he possesses in common with the whole of what is
    • the physical body, we do not even mean that which the eye beholds, but
    • rather that combination of forces which has constructed the physical
    • body, which raises physical substance to life; that is, it converts
    • being made up of the substance of the surrounding physical world, and
    • The Physical Body;
    • The inorganic, neutral, physical forces;
    • of more closely allied species of animals does not kill. The physical
    • ego. Just as the physical body is the expression of the physical
    • the blood the expression of the “I,” or ego. Physical
    • physical body, vital system, and nervous system are the
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • possessed it. Their physical body was far more hardened than that of man
    • physical body is concerned, and it has, I might say, been cast into solid
    • present time, man's physical body is extremely rigid, but his etheric body
    • is on the way of growing rigid, like the physical body.
    • Just as the physical body
    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • the physical body and the physical body will become a faithful copy of
    • physical body which shows an insufficiently developed occipital lobe,
    • be strong, so that it may be able to correct the mistakes of our physical
    • man's etheric body was active from within and moulded his physical body.
    • But a time will come, when both the physical and etheric body shall have
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    • possessed it. Their physical body was far more hardened than that of man
    • physical body is concerned, and it has, I might say, been cast into solid
    • present time, man's physical body is extremely rigid, but his etheric body
    • is on the way of growing rigid, like the physical body.
    • Just as the physical body
    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • the physical body and the physical body will become a faithful copy of
    • physical body which shows an insufficiently developed occipital lobe,
    • be strong, so that it may be able to correct the mistakes of our physical
    • man's etheric body was active from within and moulded his physical body.
    • But a time will come, when both the physical and etheric body shall have
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • four members of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. He will also come to
    • know that the physical and etheric bodies are intimately connected. Now
    • the astral body, is always able to permeate the physical body. Thus, the
    • physical body is normally the servant of the etheric body. When,
    • undirected by the astral body, the physical body executes movements on
    • represent the subordination of the etheric to the physical body, and denote
    • that the weak etheric body is no longer fully able to direct the physical.
    • Such a relationship between the physical and etheric bodies lies at the
    • physical body has become dominant and makes movements on its own,
    • over the etheric, and the etheric body over the physical. Self-education
    • The physical-mineral body man has in common with the
    • the plant kingdom. Plants have physical and etheric bodies.
    • physical, etheric, and astral body.
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    • four members of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. He will also come to
    • know that the physical and etheric bodies are intimately connected. Now
    • the astral body, is always able to permeate the physical body. Thus, the
    • physical body is normally the servant of the etheric body. When,
    • undirected by the astral body, the physical body executes movements on
    • represent the subordination of the etheric to the physical body, and denote
    • that the weak etheric body is no longer fully able to direct the physical.
    • Such a relationship between the physical and etheric bodies lies at the
    • physical body has become dominant and makes movements on its own,
    • over the etheric, and the etheric body over the physical. Self-education
    • The physical-mineral body man has in common with the
    • the plant kingdom. Plants have physical and etheric bodies.
    • physical, etheric, and astral body.
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    • it can determine in a mechanical, physical or chemical manner from outer
    • the human being, nevertheless, the outer physical and chemical processes
    • this living and weaving activity, proceeding chemically and physically
    • what proceeds as intrinsically human in the physical body is attributed
    • exclusively to physical and chemical processes; for in the physical body
    • how the outer chemical and physical processes continue to work in him:
    • Even if we confront the human being as a solely physical being, we must
    • system of the physical being is the nerve-sense system which is primarily
    • clearly if we subject it to a certain physical-chemical process. Then the
    • In them we have seen how man has not merely his physical body, but also
    • an intimate connection on the one hand between the physical body and
    • with a corresponding intensity into the physical body because it works
    • true therapy is based on how the chemical and physical processes
    • forces, the etheric body and the physical body.
    • the proper relationship between the etheric body and the physical body,
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
    • — which actually has been, as such, incorrectly named — physical
    • actually, with the proper diagnosis, to determine which physical organ is
    • through a corresponding healing of the physical organism.
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    • it can determine in a mechanical, physical or chemical manner from outer
    • the human being, nevertheless, the outer physical and chemical processes
    • this living and weaving activity, proceeding chemically and physically
    • what proceeds as intrinsically human in the physical body is attributed
    • exclusively to physical and chemical processes; for in the physical body
    • how the outer chemical and physical processes continue to work in him:
    • Even if we confront the human being as a solely physical being, we must
    • system of the physical being is the nerve-sense system which is primarily
    • clearly if we subject it to a certain physical-chemical process. Then the
    • In them we have seen how man has not merely his physical body, but also
    • an intimate connection on the one hand between the physical body and
    • with a corresponding intensity into the physical body because it works
    • true therapy is based on how the chemical and physical processes
    • forces, the etheric body and the physical body.
    • the proper relationship between the etheric body and the physical body,
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
    • — which actually has been, as such, incorrectly named — physical
    • actually, with the proper diagnosis, to determine which physical organ is
    • through a corresponding healing of the physical organism.
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    • many attempts Dr. Steiner made to show how the physical and spiritual
    • thought capable of grasping physical and spiritual reality and leading to a
    • have to imagine an invisible, super-sensible entity behind the physical ape
    • cause even physical pain in a man who has to work his way through it. It
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    • many attempts Dr. Steiner made to show how the physical and spiritual
    • thought capable of grasping physical and spiritual reality and leading to a
    • have to imagine an invisible, super-sensible entity behind the physical ape
    • cause even physical pain in a man who has to work his way through it. It
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    • Being moving on the physical plane the Cosmic Christ was present in
    • Golgotha, however, was the only one enacted on the physical plane. The
    • in the three earlier events, but not incarnated as physical man; he
    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • methods of education on the physical plane. We may indeed, when he
    • still unable to work on the child by physical means, he will look upon
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • plane. Man, in fact, only enters the physical plane consciously when
    • man, the physical earthly human form, into whom streamed the force of
    • the first Christ Event, poured in with the forces of the physical Sun.
    • the physical plane.
    • The Christ-Event which is now approaching us — not in the physical
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    • Being moving on the physical plane the Cosmic Christ was present in
    • Golgotha, however, was the only one enacted on the physical plane. The
    • in the three earlier events, but not incarnated as physical man; he
    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • methods of education on the physical plane. We may indeed, when he
    • still unable to work on the child by physical means, he will look upon
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • plane. Man, in fact, only enters the physical plane consciously when
    • man, the physical earthly human form, into whom streamed the force of
    • the first Christ Event, poured in with the forces of the physical Sun.
    • the physical plane.
    • The Christ-Event which is now approaching us — not in the physical
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    • hunger right down into the physical, so acutely indeed that the hunger
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    • hunger right down into the physical, so acutely indeed that the hunger
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • to believe that man is indeed physically nothing more than what he
    • it as a physical instrument. An instrument is useless if it is not
    • place in the physical sense world, is only the external aspect of
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • man is a unity even though the composition of his physical body
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • made. We have often heard that the physical body is sustained by
    • the etheric body. This is the architect of the physical body, which
    • as well as his physical body are inter-penetrated by his astral
    • body beyond the physical. Added to these is the ego, the fourth
    • two. The external physical expression of this contrast is to be
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • counterpart to everything physical, so there is spiritual light in
    • the physical light that rays down on us. Each time a man rejoices
    • over the brilliance of physical light he can say to himself,
    • the spiritual light that permeates the physical sunlight is of the
    • physically invisible and in this it can be seen that it is the
    • opposite or complement of physical light.
    • to physical light what negative magnetism is to positive magnetism.
    • relationships existing between physical body, etheric body and
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    • to believe that man is indeed physically nothing more than what he
    • it as a physical instrument. An instrument is useless if it is not
    • place in the physical sense world, is only the external aspect of
    • be purely physical, but as material processes they are really the
    • man is a unity even though the composition of his physical body
    • the ascent from the purely physical to the spiritual realm can be
    • made. We have often heard that the physical body is sustained by
    • the etheric body. This is the architect of the physical body, which
    • as well as his physical body are inter-penetrated by his astral
    • body beyond the physical. Added to these is the ego, the fourth
    • two. The external physical expression of this contrast is to be
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • counterpart to everything physical, so there is spiritual light in
    • the physical light that rays down on us. Each time a man rejoices
    • over the brilliance of physical light he can say to himself,
    • the spiritual light that permeates the physical sunlight is of the
    • physically invisible and in this it can be seen that it is the
    • opposite or complement of physical light.
    • to physical light what negative magnetism is to positive magnetism.
    • relationships existing between physical body, etheric body and
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    • physical-mineral processes. He bore in himself pictures of interweaving
    • one only became spiritual man with the laying aside of the physical body.
    • physical body you are not yet fully human, you are only a candidate for
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    • physical-mineral processes. He bore in himself pictures of interweaving
    • one only became spiritual man with the laying aside of the physical body.
    • physical body you are not yet fully human, you are only a candidate for
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    • physical state. While the physical part of those people who have taken
    • physical part of these other people will be fundamentally coarser. Occult
    • swamps and other land masses of Jupiter. The fluid-physical components
    • remain fluid. The actual physical body of these beings will consist of a
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    • physical state. While the physical part of those people who have taken
    • physical part of these other people will be fundamentally coarser. Occult
    • swamps and other land masses of Jupiter. The fluid-physical components
    • remain fluid. The actual physical body of these beings will consist of a
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    • fill our whole physical body. There is work in progress within our
    • physical body between birth and the seventh year, and this work comes to
    • It is obvious that the forces doing this work of developing the physical
    • still happens today — the forces that create organs in the physical body
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • physical-perceptible existence on the one hand and super-sensible
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    • fill our whole physical body. There is work in progress within our
    • physical body between birth and the seventh year, and this work comes to
    • It is obvious that the forces doing this work of developing the physical
    • still happens today — the forces that create organs in the physical body
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • physical-perceptible existence on the one hand and super-sensible
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    • man's physical constitution, so one also avoids, out of fear and lack
    • beings who are here in the physical world, on this side of the
    • the physical. This adversary, the Prince of this world, has various
    • through external compulsion, and physical measures, the force of free
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    • man's physical constitution, so one also avoids, out of fear and lack
    • beings who are here in the physical world, on this side of the
    • the physical. This adversary, the Prince of this world, has various
    • through external compulsion, and physical measures, the force of free
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    • spiritual world into the physical bodies dwelling in some particular
    • such migration. But in respect of physical heredity, the descendants
    • the material and the physical, thinks of this threefold membering, he
    • of it in physical existence. The nerves-and-senses life, everything
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    • spiritual world into the physical bodies dwelling in some particular
    • such migration. But in respect of physical heredity, the descendants
    • the material and the physical, thinks of this threefold membering, he
    • of it in physical existence. The nerves-and-senses life, everything
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    • First there is the physical body. Its substances and forces are
    • This physical body however is not, as the materialist imagines, simply
    • being must call upon the chemical and physical substances so that they
    • therefore: man shares the physical body in common with inorganic
    • inhabited by beings consisting of the four principles, physical body,
    • These physical human envelopes behaved exactly as the sponges. These
    • physical and spiritual being such as he is to-day. These souls
    • through innumerable incarnations and developed their physical body to
    • his etheric body and through that of Atma the physical body. Therefore
    • lower principles — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego,
    • from the lowest, the physical body. This body is composed of the same
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
    • integral part of the whole of physical nature. A finger cannot
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
    • fundamental being is maintained. Such is the nature of the physical
    • it is this body which activates the physical substances and forces. It
    • have already described the physical body which is continuously
    • To sum up: the physical body and the physical elements of the
    • environment are of the same nature. The physical body is sustained by
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    • First there is the physical body. Its substances and forces are
    • This physical body however is not, as the materialist imagines, simply
    • being must call upon the chemical and physical substances so that they
    • therefore: man shares the physical body in common with inorganic
    • inhabited by beings consisting of the four principles, physical body,
    • These physical human envelopes behaved exactly as the sponges. These
    • physical and spiritual being such as he is to-day. These souls
    • through innumerable incarnations and developed their physical body to
    • his etheric body and through that of Atma the physical body. Therefore
    • lower principles — physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego,
    • from the lowest, the physical body. This body is composed of the same
    • anabolism and catabolism in the physical organism of man that life is
    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
    • integral part of the whole of physical nature. A finger cannot
    • integral part of the whole organism; in the same way the physical body
    • fundamental being is maintained. Such is the nature of the physical
    • it is this body which activates the physical substances and forces. It
    • have already described the physical body which is continuously
    • To sum up: the physical body and the physical elements of the
    • environment are of the same nature. The physical body is sustained by
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    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • a physical orb in space, when the sun was darkened for man. To the
    • Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
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    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • a physical orb in space, when the sun was darkened for man. To the
    • Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
  • Title: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • condition comparable, in the realm of soul, with physical faintness.
    • the physical eye colours, or light and darkness, so with the eye of the
  • Title: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • condition comparable, in the realm of soul, with physical faintness.
    • the physical eye colours, or light and darkness, so with the eye of the
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • physical body — nowadays the object of purely external observation.
    • the spiritual prototype, the spirit-form of his physical body. The
    • physical body here on earth is but an after-copy of the spirit-germ
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • physical body. When man is confronted by a simple fact, he may either
    • truth, he is in harmony with the feeling he has of his physical body,
    • nay also with his sense of the connection between this physical body
    • spun, and this is concentrated into an after-copy — the physical
    • body. Many threads connect this physical body with pre-earthly
    • physical point of view. But when, through untruthfulness, he severs
    • down into his physical body, and especially into the constitution of
    • the nervous system. The feeling he has of his physical body gives him
    • the physical body to pre-earthly existence. If they break, man must
    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • Indeed, we only understand this physical world aright when we realize
    • worthy of his being. To be aware of the spirit within the physical
    • in effect, an intimate kinship between the physical body and this
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • the physical body, Beauty is connected with the etheric body.
    • that bind man to physical existence, without the others around him.
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    • physical body — nowadays the object of purely external observation.
    • the spiritual prototype, the spirit-form of his physical body. The
    • physical body here on earth is but an after-copy of the spirit-germ
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • physical body. When man is confronted by a simple fact, he may either
    • truth, he is in harmony with the feeling he has of his physical body,
    • nay also with his sense of the connection between this physical body
    • spun, and this is concentrated into an after-copy — the physical
    • body. Many threads connect this physical body with pre-earthly
    • physical point of view. But when, through untruthfulness, he severs
    • down into his physical body, and especially into the constitution of
    • the nervous system. The feeling he has of his physical body gives him
    • the physical body to pre-earthly existence. If they break, man must
    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • Indeed, we only understand this physical world aright when we realize
    • worthy of his being. To be aware of the spirit within the physical
    • in effect, an intimate kinship between the physical body and this
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • the physical body, Beauty is connected with the etheric body.
    • that bind man to physical existence, without the others around him.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • future when it has laid aside the physical body after death. These
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    • future when it has laid aside the physical body after death. These
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • beings, is just one part of the human being: the physical body. This
    • human physical body has the same physical and chemical forces, laws
    • the physical body of the human being. Beyond this, however, the
    • etheric or life-body. Any particular sum of chemical and physical
    • thing for a human being is to learn to work, even into the physical
    • into his physical body and learn thereby to enter into a connection
    • physical man.
    • first, the physical body; second, the etheric body; third, the astral
    • development, when he makes his own physical body, then we have true
    • of the human nature, that guides us into the physical body, the
    • we never have before us in the physical, material human body anything
    • other than a physical expression of the totality of the
    • part, each of which can be either a physical body, or reacts at
    • regard to all those characteristics which depend more on the physical
    • look on their physical body as an instrument which enables them, in
    • one direction or another, to be active as a totality in the physical
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    • beings, is just one part of the human being: the physical body. This
    • human physical body has the same physical and chemical forces, laws
    • the physical body of the human being. Beyond this, however, the
    • etheric or life-body. Any particular sum of chemical and physical
    • thing for a human being is to learn to work, even into the physical
    • into his physical body and learn thereby to enter into a connection
    • physical man.
    • first, the physical body; second, the etheric body; third, the astral
    • development, when he makes his own physical body, then we have true
    • of the human nature, that guides us into the physical body, the
    • we never have before us in the physical, material human body anything
    • other than a physical expression of the totality of the
    • part, each of which can be either a physical body, or reacts at
    • regard to all those characteristics which depend more on the physical
    • look on their physical body as an instrument which enables them, in
    • one direction or another, to be active as a totality in the physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • only to the extent that man succeeds in ratifying them by his physical
    • through our deeds in the physical world. Recognition of this essential
    • Outer, physical happenings are going on around human beings of five,
    • have also called the body of formative forces — and physical body.
    • physical body, in its first rudiments, of the Saturn-evolution.
    • composed of physical body, etheric body, astral body, is extremely
    • principle of the social conditions in physical existence.
    • theory nor in practice shall we look only at man's physical qualities,
    • will need a special Church with institutions on the physical plane to
    • its one aim must be to render itself unnecessary on the physical
    • be achieved with the help of the physical and etheric bodies of men
    • etheric and physical bodies in the waking state. It would be achieved
    • by means of the etheric and physical bodies in the sleeping state,
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • physical life will be guided into the right channels — just as a
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    • only to the extent that man succeeds in ratifying them by his physical
    • through our deeds in the physical world. Recognition of this essential
    • Outer, physical happenings are going on around human beings of five,
    • have also called the body of formative forces — and physical body.
    • physical body, in its first rudiments, of the Saturn-evolution.
    • composed of physical body, etheric body, astral body, is extremely
    • principle of the social conditions in physical existence.
    • theory nor in practice shall we look only at man's physical qualities,
    • will need a special Church with institutions on the physical plane to
    • its one aim must be to render itself unnecessary on the physical
    • be achieved with the help of the physical and etheric bodies of men
    • etheric and physical bodies in the waking state. It would be achieved
    • by means of the etheric and physical bodies in the sleeping state,
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • physical life will be guided into the right channels — just as a
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • forces of death. In a physical way, we might say that death can enter
    • the physical world. For, behind this veil, the adjustment between the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • forces of death. In a physical way, we might say that death can enter
    • the physical world. For, behind this veil, the adjustment between the
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • rejects the impressions which he has received from the physical world
    • lying beyond the limits of ordinary physical perception by intellects
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    • rejects the impressions which he has received from the physical world
    • lying beyond the limits of ordinary physical perception by intellects
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    • of the members of man's being bound up with the physical organisation.
    • Teething as an example of a kind of image in the physical. The
    • spiritual members as either free or bound to the physical
    • physical-bodily, natural necessity. The dematerialisation of the human
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • Customary thinking overlooks the fact that hearing, since its physical
    • quite objective processes, for physically speaking it is a matter of
    • physical world a man in movement is exactly the same thing to observe
    • makes no difference to the physical course of the process. The sense
    • there must be a reason for the fact that sight has a physical-sensible
    • perceptible physical organs. If we do that it will be a very long time
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • in physical space,” when a university don to-day is able to write
    • physical-material being, is an image, a reproduction, of his spiritual
    • death is not in fact the pure soul-spiritual; it is the soul-physical,
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • is precisely because in our head we have in physical transformation
    • the head — physical body, ether body, astral body and ego —
    • three members have created images of themselves in the physical
    • and the physical body most definitely so of all. On the other hand, in
    • but only of the etheric and physical bodies. And in the metabolic
    • system only the physical body has its mirror-image.
    • have physical body, etheric body and astral body, in such a way that
    • they are portrayed in the physical; that in fact their impression can
    • be detected in the physical forms. It is not possible to understand
    • breathing-system, for instance, we find the physical and etheric
    • metabolic-limb system we have the physical body as such, and the ego,
    • translated into the physical — an image of the formation of
    • latent condition, behaves externally in the physical world like the
    • between the soul-spiritual and the bodily-physical, and how therefore
    • to make the transition from the soul-spiritual to the bodily-physical.
    • physical-bodily we experience natural necessity. As things are seen
    • ourselves. What outside is physical process, chemical process, is
    • contra-physicalisation, contra-chemicalisation. If we try to grasp the
    • dissolve the physical synthesis, the chemical synthesis, to analyse it
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • we are accustomed to call “stars” in the external, physical sense
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    • we are accustomed to call “stars” in the external, physical sense
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • soul inwardly needs, In order to know the physical world we must make
    • removed from the human being in the physical world. I will begin with
    • the organs of the physical body here within the physical world. We
    • When we enter into relationship with the things in our physical
    • us in the physical world react to our actions, our manifestations of
    • mineral kingdom as we have it around us on the physical plane does not
    • know on the physical plane, which has significance for the dead
    • that are here on the physical plane, but the whole environment is such
    • from what is done. On the physical plane we stand upon mineral soil;
    • body. In the physical world we know nothing of these forces. Between
    • physical body, bringing together in it the whole scope of animal
    • and come together with what will live on Earth as a physical body, The
    • physical form.
    • world from the physical world.
    • which we are accustomed in the physical world has to be reversed when
    • intercourse is set up between the Earth and the dead. In the physical
    • world, when we speak with a human being from physical body to physical
    • being in the physical world is quite unfamiliar. He feels that what he
    • form of intercourse. On the physical plane we think that when anything
    • prefer to connect it with experiences familiar on the physical plane,
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    • soul inwardly needs, In order to know the physical world we must make
    • removed from the human being in the physical world. I will begin with
    • the organs of the physical body here within the physical world. We
    • When we enter into relationship with the things in our physical
    • us in the physical world react to our actions, our manifestations of
    • mineral kingdom as we have it around us on the physical plane does not
    • know on the physical plane, which has significance for the dead
    • that are here on the physical plane, but the whole environment is such
    • from what is done. On the physical plane we stand upon mineral soil;
    • body. In the physical world we know nothing of these forces. Between
    • physical body, bringing together in it the whole scope of animal
    • and come together with what will live on Earth as a physical body, The
    • physical form.
    • world from the physical world.
    • which we are accustomed in the physical world has to be reversed when
    • intercourse is set up between the Earth and the dead. In the physical
    • world, when we speak with a human being from physical body to physical
    • being in the physical world is quite unfamiliar. He feels that what he
    • form of intercourse. On the physical plane we think that when anything
    • prefer to connect it with experiences familiar on the physical plane,
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • physical plane. The Greek looked primarily not to himself, but to
    • fleshly form upon the physical plane. The spirit had come completely
    • physical plane. To whom did this voice belong which could make itself
    • manifestation on the physical plane. We see how a whole series of the
    • in the morning, with his astral body and ego, into physical life
    • physical objects are around him; and when at night he rises out of his
    • physical body this world becomes dark and dim to him. This is the case
    • his physical and etheric body darkness did not then spread around him;
    • withdrew from his physical body these were around him as etheric
    • forms; and when in the morning he again drew into his physical body he
    • into the world of physical, fleshly existence. There was no strict
    • forces to that which is physical. We know that it is these forces
    • the physical body as it is now, the etheric head projected far beyond
    • the physical head. In animals this formation has remained to the
    • gradually drew more and more into the physical head, so that now it is
    • about the same size as the latter. On this account the physical head
    • became less distinct, and out of the physical head grew the etheric
    • Atlantean clairvoyant could look back to a period when man's physical
    • physical form, which has adapted itself to coarser, denser forces. Now
    • among men on the physical plane.
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  • 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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    • has taken place on the ancient Sun, Moon, and Saturn. With physical
    • conscious outside the physical body and could exercise etheric
    • he entered entirely into the physical world and the door leading to
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • the mere material physical being of which the outer senses inform us,
    • complicated being made up of physical body, etheric body, astral body,
    • the expressions physical body, etheric body, astral body, and ego are
    • physical world we have to allow that of all earthly beings man alone
    • possesses an ego-nature; he alone in this physical world has a
    • animals is not in the physical world in the same way man's ego is.
    • is found in the physical world; although we may not see it with our
    • the case with animals. We do not find their group-ego in the physical
    • The various lions on the physical plane are beings which, in a certain
    • because it is not present at all in the physical world. The same
    • ego-nature which in the case of man is present in the physical world
    • on the physical plane. When the clairvoyant enters the astral plane he
    • forth their principles into the physical world. One must not merely
    • astral world permeates our physical world. It is only a case of our
    • physical world is nothing but a combination of the physical and
    • flowers. That which grows has not in the physical world, like man, a
    • physical body, an etheric body, astral body, and ego, but only a
    • physical and etheric body. We must not conclude from this that the
    • observe a stone clairvoyantly we find that in the physical world it
    • has only a physical body; the etheric body of minerals surrounds and
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • physical world. We learnt that minerals and plants have an ego as well
    • plenitude of realities besides those that our physical eyes can see
    • and that can be comprehended by means of our physical intellect. We
    • When we consider the earth from the ordinary physical standpoint we
    • physical body is in a form not represented by any solid, clearly
    • physical body just as material substances do.
    • begin with furnished only with a physical, etheric, and astral body.
    • The physical body was not so dense as it is now, it was more etheric
    • over from the ancient Moon he possessed only his physical body,
    • sun the physical body had not progressed far enough for the sense
    • also the power to perceive the first faint loom of physical objects.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • Being; he consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and
    • If any Being in our physical world had only a physical body it would
    • earth does only possess a physical body. A Being possessing in
    • addition to a physical body an etheric body has a plant-nature; our
    • vegetable kingdom consists of such Beings. A Being having physical
    • was owned first by man, but the physical body — it is the oldest.
    • The first rudiments of the physical body were formed as far back as on
    • physical body you observe in the first place something solid, a
    • physical body is permeated by air or gas; lastly, you find in it
    • gaseous; if you imagine his physical body formed only of warmth, such
    • the human physical body. Saturn did not go beyond this in any way that
    • principles, namely, a physical body and an etheric body. Man's
    • physical body on the Sun was, however, quite different to what it is
    • now. Let us try to form an idea, if only a rough one, of the physical
    • these, currents of gas which form the physical body, how does the
    • form of warmth it begins to shine. Hence upon the Sun the physical
    • warmth-bodies, which were the primary rudiments of our human physical
    • to the physical body. It was man himself who, as part of the structure
    • his physical body, through taking into itself the etheric body, became
    • luminous. The physical body was now at the second stage of its
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  • 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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    • Upon Saturn the rudiments of the physical body alone existed; neither
    • earth. For only when man possessed a physical, an etheric, and an
    • because the germinal rudiments of the physical body were then too
    • We know when man is asleep today that his physical and etheric body
    • the physical body man is also quickly free from it when he withdraws
    • with his astral body from the physical body. This was not so in the
    • all sides beyond the physical body, especially as regards the head.
    • of the present day, the moment the astral body leaves the physical
    • physical vehicle had been left behind, was that during the night man
    • At that time when outside his physical body he could perceive
    • turned away from the physical world, that in its place a world
    • physical body was soft it was also pliable. This is something which
    • man had not received the completed physical form, the form he was to
    • of the physical body. Man should have been able to look on his
    • should have lived for the first time with his external physical
    • had a physical body which could be considered a suitable vehicle for
    • that man consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and
    • upon the Moon man had a physical, etheric, and astral body, and at
    • governed by the forces of the physical body. The last remnant of those
  • 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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    • the astral body withdrew from the physical body. This condition is
    • physical, etheric, and astral bodies, and his ego. When he is asleep
    • the astral body and the ego withdraw from the physical and etheric
    • understand that when man leaves the physical and etheric body behind
    • a sleep-consciousness; so has man's physical and etheric body during
    • whole man, as regards his physical, etheric, and astral bodies, was
    • on whether the man in regard to his physical, etheric, and astral
    • Yes; at the time when no physical eye had as yet seen the sun, when
    • man's etheric and astral body (when outside the physical body)
    • physical forces, but also the spiritual forces of the sun in full
    • physically from the sun. Among animals the fish directs our thoughts
    • receive these higher forces in the same way he received the physical
    • as a fact, just as earlier the physical sun forces had appeared.
    • events were of a very stormy nature. The physical part of man was not
    • of which I am speaking. They were times when man was physically at the
    • caused to separate his physical body (which was then very plastic) and
    • It very frequently happened that, long before the physical, etheric
    • When at that time man left his physical body at night he had what may
    • appeared to him by day in a physical body. These were beings
    • physical sunlight. Ever stronger will that light become, which as
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • know that man consisted of physical and etheric body, that is, he was
    • kingdom is composed of beings consisting of physical body and etheric
    • from his physical and etheric bodies, the harmonies and melodies of
    • produces them. Just as physical sound is caught up, as it were, in
    • what is in our environment in the physical world, but we also gain an
    • ordinary existence. We see that the present human form is a physical
  • 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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    • The progress of Man. His conquest of the physical plane in
    • 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.
    • they are today. While in his physical body during the day he then saw
    • physical body he did not sink into dreamless sleep, but was able to
    • recognize each other in the physical world. Then came the time when
    • condition that when he withdrew from his physical and etheric bodies
    • During the day man is continually making use of his physical and
    • us. This wears out our physical and etheric bodies, and in the evening
    • physical and etheric bodies; they work at repairing the disorganized
    • the physical and etheric bodies to repair them. Today man is
    • Things seen in one way in the physical world have a very different
    • the physical and etheric bodies, they rose into the kingdom of the
    • initiation had to experience this in physical life. In one part of
    • physical world. They were the people who felt constrained to say:
    • The longing to fly from the physical world into which they had entered
    • as follows: “The world of the physical plane into which we have
    • physical plane is valuable.” Thus a feeling of the worthlessness
    • of the physical plane was developed, a feeling of the need to flee
    • regarded the physical plane as something real. It no longer appeared
    • physical plane and can cultivate it here.” They paid attention to
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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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    • physical plane during the post-Atlantean epoch; he had come gradually
    • to understand that the physical world into which he had entered is the
    • understanding of the physical and spiritual worlds. He had come to
    • regards man's observation and perception of the physical world,
    • consciousness when man is withdrawn from his physical body during
    • first time into earthly incarnation, and life within a physical body
    • changes only occur in the physical world, and that between death and
    • man leads here in the physical world, and at his relationship to the
    • through having an etheric and physical body. He draws his food from
    • when he takes on a physical body, and has then to assimilate them as
    • his means of support; in the physical world man is not an absolute
    • extends into the air. On entering physical existence he enters into a
    • Just as through the needs of his physical body he enters into
    • did enter a physical body, he had very little connection with the
    • physical world. He had as yet the merest trace of sense organs, and
    • his connection with the physical world was very slight; because of
    • also the period when, having passed out of his physical body —
    • it from the physical world; it was a time when he reached out into the
    • kingdoms above him as he now reaches out into the physical world. His
    • drew into the physical world gradually, nourishing himself spiritually
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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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    • They tried at that time to preserve the physical form of man, and this
    • this vision, and can only believe in the reality of the physical body.
    • most wonderful physical things have been produced, things by which man
    • has conquered the physical world in a unique and harmonious way.
    • of spirit — the formative human spirit — and the physical
    • the Atlantean etheric human form. In its physical form the Sphinx
    • What confronts us on the physical plane is ennobled in the fourth age
    • life of the spirit played out upon the physical plane in a very
    • deeply within the physical plane, this idea confronts us again in its
    • that the Sphinx is built up from that human form which on the physical
    • what was to work within the physical form in order to shape it more
    • Man had, however, to sink more and more within the material, physical
    • namely, the descent to the physical plane. The further we descend the
    • directly to the physical world; hence when it appears as human logic
    • it is bound unconditionally to its instrument, the physical brain.
    • for man to descend to the physical plane. In order that all
    • lowest point, where it was banished and completely chained to physical
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    • took part in the physical world; but over against
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    • took part in the physical world; but over against
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    • of topics such as the evolution and development of our physical body, our
    • The transformation of the physical body into the head of the next
    • discoveries and the human physical organisation. Collisions between
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    • physical, historical existence? Now, you must remember what I have
    • separated from his physical and etheric bodies, we would have
    • while separated from the sleeping physical and etheric bodies. Only in
    • his physical and etheric bodies. In our times, what would Weininger
    • while outside his own physical and etheric bodies, for these can only
    • manifest themselves outside the physical and etheric bodies. Then he
    • would have been able to submerge again in his physical and etheric
    • physical and etheric bodies. Then he would not have believed that he
    • needed to present these truths by deriving them from the physical
    • the following. Imagine that this is Weininger's physical body, and
    • astral body and I submerge in the physical body and are inside it.
    • the physical body. There it acquires the vitality which otherwise
    • and which should remain there, are pressed into the physical body. The
    • to come to expression in the physical man which would receive its
    • the physical body in a manner for which it is not intended? What
    • clarifies it as regards the way it has been pressed into the physical
    • influenced his physical and etheric bodies as they did. That is
    • individuality's physical and etheric bodies on the one hand, his
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    • more and more to the physical plane — to become materialistic.
    • of the spiritual world on the physical world. Think of Numa Pompilius,
    • about establishing institutions here on the physical plane. The story
    • times there was a tendency for physical life to be arranged so that
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    • confused and they can only picture it in terms of the physical senses.
    • around all one's pictures of the physical world. Nothing very special
    • The land I am describing is not in the physical world; it belongs to
    • the physical world, viewed the spiritual world as the only real world.
    • reversal of what the appearances in the physical world would lead you
    • between the last death and a new birth. The physical head must be
    • follow the path of physical birth and physical heredity. The rest of
    • his head, has just been introduced into the physical world and still
    • those who observe a human being physically are observing falsely. I
    • physical distinction between what one calls masculine or feminine
    • later. For materialism, the physical is all that there is, so what
    • is spirit. The physical organs are not even intended for sexuality
    • in saying: ‘A human being comes into this physical world from the
    • the physical world for seven years before it can produce the masculine
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    • out in the human soul. The Greeks always saw the entire, physically
    • physical head. But they are the forces that cause the physical shape
    • cosmos. That is the real truth. Of course it is only when physical
    • time. The physical matter crystallises more or less within the field
    • more like a drawing. The head we see with our physical eyes has less
    • the body our physical eyes see is more like what stands behind it. The
    • physical eyes we are seeing something that more closely resembles what
    • super-sensible — even when he is here in the physical world
    • significant truths. A person develops here on the physical plane by
    • worth, and of truth, refer to a concrete physical thing. Even for the
    • man living here in the physical world, these three things point to the
    • the physical world, everything to do with truth is related to the
    • forces that are developed by means of the physical head. Indeed, it is
    • between the physical head and the external, earthly world —
    • acknowledge it on the physical plane — is ill, is he not? Thus,
    • not regarded as being necessary for a human being here in the physical
    • physical external world, but rather to the spiritual forces and powers
    • body, the etheric body and, finally, the physical body. Therefore, if
    • etheric body, and then into the physical body. Now it becomes
    • to be approached in a sphere where physical truths, as well as the
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    • physical body. We know that in a certain sense the three lower realms
    • descending to the physical plane and growing into the mineral, plant
    • of physical existence on earth. With all such descriptions you must be
    • being grows and which are left behind when physical existence is once
    • being, lilac, and everything to do with the physical human being, red.
    • Greeks felt and experienced the relationship between the physical and
    • moral ideas, it nevertheless streams into the physical person, into
    • sphere takes hold of the whole physical human being. And the head is
    • into the whole physical body, which is actually invisible, as I showed
    • uprightness, streams into the whole physical body. This gives us a
    • with art, are to be located in the physical body (red).
    • breast, where its life already affects the physical body (red). If we
    • All of the preceding lives in the aura of the physical plane and
    • therefore applies to the physical plane. In this instance, that into
    • which we enter after death participates in the aura on the physical
    • plane. Just as our physical organism connects us to the forces of the
    • context of the whole. One can say: Whereas it is our physical body
    • that connects us with the realm of physical becoming, our brain
    • not physically visible, the way a person is taken hold of and received
    • thought!’ The day represents physical life, physical perception,
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    • The transformation of the physical body into the head of the next
    • physical body into the head of the next incarnation. They would have
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    • physically inward, more bodily inward. Through feelings of well-being
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    • The physical organs associated with the senses are more like the
    • particular physical organ: the sense of sight around the eyes —
    • there we hear without the presence of physical air, whereas here the
    • physical medium of the air must be present in order for us to hear
    • the physical world. When we come to the sense of warmth as it is in
    • expanses of the cosmos. Here, it is hidden away in our physical
    • physical world of earthly existence.
    • next earthly incarnation. Everything in our physical organism that is
    • side of the threshold. In physical existence such a knowing consists
    • has been! It was a hysterical pregnancy with all the physical symptoms
    • these were only transmitted to his physical body very gradually. And
    • continue to think as we think in the everyday physical world, using
    • physical world. That is how the spiritual world is. It reverses many
    • aspects of the physical world. I have often pointed out to you that it
    • physical world; among the powers that one needs to develop are the
    • thinking backwards, just as they take hold of the physical world by
    • means of thinking forwards. Our ability to imagine the physical world
    • spiritual sense as far as the physical world goes — that the
    • On the physical plane, a musical ear listens with deep satisfaction to
    • for music is one of the most profound things we have on the physical
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    • despised. For we have seen that here in the physical world it is
    • dependent on the physical world — equally so the ego sense, the
    • hierarchies as spiritual sympathy or antipathy. Physical balance, as
    • we know it here in our physical bodies, is not the only thing the
    • spirituality plays into the physical world, it is of no use to turn to
    • soul-spiritual nature is related to our physical, bodily nature. In
    • applies it to the physical world and behaves accordingly. In other
    • person becomes powerless if, his physical body is too weak to stand up
    • against the vision. If the physical body is strong enough to stand up
    • made ill by them. Thus, if the physical body is strong enough to
    • that precisely those senses that are most adapted to the physical
    • thought and the sense of physical touch must be wholly transformed,
    • processes in the physical world.
    • taken as far as physical secretion. The first point is that the
    • process should remain on the soul level and not lead to physical
    • secretion, even though physical secretion is based on exactly the same
    • revive the capacity for grasping and understanding the physical world
    • understand the physical. The spirit is alive in everything physical.
    • physical. Just ask yourselves, what could someone who knows nothing of
    • does engender processes that reach right into the physical body and
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    • recently. Initially, the physical sciences were his field. He turned
    • the physical body, the physical brain and the whole physical system.
    • not able to extend its development into the physical body and
    • with the help of the physical body, needs to be annexed to the soul.
    • physical body does not participate in the development of memory. I am
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    • between birth and death, living in the physical body. Among other
    • physical body. It is only during the Earth period of evolution that
    • memory, in the form in which we develop it in our physical, earthly
    • physical body marks the boundary of these accompanying movements. To a
    • feelings and experiences of will, is rolled up within the physical
    • the world substance when the physical body is laid aside in death.
    • in response to the physical body's forces of resistance. The situation
    • through birth into physical existence resembles our previous state on
    • karma. When we enter the physical body we are torn from this world in
    • enter physical existence. This expresses itself in the way we behave
    • using words that apply to the physical world, it is true. But again
    • as possible from that in which we picture the physical world. Only in
    • development, earthly, physical existence has its purpose. We reap
    • physical body and by way of what we experience under the influence of
    • memory and habit, which are gifts of the physical body. Gradually, in
    • mineral forces at work in the physical organism of the Earth. In that
    • physical world and what has been revealed here. We have been
    • objects, only appear for the first time in the physical world. Objects
    • surround us. We picture them in our thoughts. What we call physical
    • the physical level of existence. If we express an idea for which the
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    • physical body. They are engraved in his own etheric substance and are
    • physical world.
    • physical. As I have often explained — even in public lectures
    • the physical world. A right and true understanding of the impulses of
    • what needs to happen in the physical world. And, I should like to say,
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    • discoveries and the human physical organisation. Collisions between
    • living being; nothing has the character, typical of the physical
    • facts of the physical world. The right way of experiencing the
    • spiritual world must be developed here in the physical world. That is
    • why we have been placed in the physical world: it is our task here to
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    • from forces of the physical world during the time between our
    • in our encounters with another  I  in the physical
    • external world while we are here in the physical world. As you know,
    • entire body an organ of perception. So the whole perceptible, physical
    • we ourselves, as physical human beings, constitute the largest of our
    • our entire organism is expressed physically, it is the organ for
    • the physical organism that bears the life within us, that is the organ
    • ability to bring our bodies into movement is provided by the physical
    • organism. This is not the physical organism of life, but the physical
    • did not possess the physical apparatus of movement. It is really true:
    •  I ; the physical basis of life: sense organ for
    • without using a physically perceptible speech, to communicate by
    • a coarse physical reflection of the way it once was, and only through
    • was actually intended for the physical plane. Only through these
    • physical plane, we now are. And there remains to us, free from these
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    • the possibility of external, physical propagation. In accordance with
    • expressed: Between birth and death we live here in a physical body.
    • physical being — the very fact that we possess a human form
    • — is dependent on the Sun. Thus, the Sun, taken as a physical
    • Earth. But, taken in the first place as a physical body, it is the Sun
    • that makes it possible for us to live as physical men on the Earth.
    • but in a physical sense: ‘Jupiter's grace’. And only through
    • physical human constitution. Through the agency of Saturn we are not
    • For our soul-spiritual nature is physically expressed by the colour of
    • by purely physical wisdom, which stays on the surface of things
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    • from divine spiritual heights to dwell in a physical human body;
    • which inhabits a physical body. In Jesus of Nazareth there lived, in a
    • birth, the forty years of his physical existence would be traced back
    • was regarded with mere physical eyes. God, so to speak, was behind the
    • earthly, physical world. They alone perceived him who knew where He
    • seen, when the things of the world are beheld, whether with physical
    • of cosmic space He descended, first to the physical elements, then
    • reincarnating Ego necessarily overshadows the physical form to a
    • greater extent than with an ordinary man. Whereas the physical form of
    • that, apart from the birth of the child in the physical world, an
    • a child born, in the physical body, but in spiritual regions something
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    • Everything that happens in the physical sense-world has its
    • physical plane, were witnessed by his contemporaries; but every action
    • presented to the physical eye cannot be seen by the seer, but the
    • We might say: Before any possibility existed that a physical eye could
    • perceive, or a physical hand could grasp a human body, man was there
    • descend to the physical world of sense. Continuing their existence in
    • men, as their descendants, became physical. Man, whose spiritual
    • nature became merely the inner part of the physical, was not called
    • upon to overcome the hindrances involved by physical existence. Though
    • before me — a human being in a physical body, like all others.
    • But his physical body is the least important thing about him; it is a
    • disregard the physical aspect, which he shares with the rest of men.
    • know, man is composed of a physical, an etheric, an astral body and an
    • Ego. But we also know that in the course of human life the physical
    • body is the only one born at the physical birth. Up to the seventh
    • thrown off in the same way as the physical maternal covering is
    • discarded when the physical body is born into the outer world. Later,
    • entire being — his astral, etheric, and physical bodies —
    • perfect and his physical body so supple and beautiful that the Christ
    • in reality physical beauty as outwardly revealed. All other renderings
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    • physical body, etheric or life body, astral body, and Ego or ‘I’. We
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the astral body
    • and the Ego are raised out of the physical and etheric bodies. Now we
    • necessity. At night, when we see him asleep and consisting of physical
    • us, consists of physical and etheric or life body; it has neither
    • and consisting solely of etheric and physical body, must have the
    • as he has joined to his physical and etheric body, in the course of
    • metamorphosis would ensue if the plant had its Ego in the physical
    • physical body but also of higher, invisible, super-sensible members, an
    • and physiognomy, so too the physical body is an expression of the
    • activity of the astral body and the Ego. The physical body does not
    • express itself alone; it is also the physical expression of the
    • (physically) invisible members of man. Thus the human glandular
    • physical body itself we have to distinguish a fourfold system, and
    • physical human body to be of equal importance. The blood that pulsates
    • no circulatory blood system, the expression of its Ego. A physical
    • your physical and etheric bodies at night. You forsake them, as it
    • from your physical and etheric bodies, remaining in your astral body
    • these, replace the others in the physical and etheric bodies. When the
    • of our lives, besides such as come to expression in the physical
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    • everyday life, inasmuch as his physical and etheric bodies remain in
    • physical and etheric bodies as they remain in bed, could not subsist
    • human being quits his etheric and physical bodies, with his Ego and
    • Ego-beings which enter his physical and etheric bodies. During the day
    • man himself fills and provides for his physical and etheric bodies,
    • physical, an etheric, an astral body and an Ego. When we behold him
    • asleep during the night, as he lies in bed as far as his physical and
    • consciousness, watch how higher beings enter into the physical and
    • everything spiritual in physical form and applies physical standards
    • dwelling on the Sun can enter a physical and etheric body during the
    • the physical world and to beings so exalted that they dwell on the
    • forces into the human physical body during the night. So that we may
    • say: By day man is awake, that is, he inhabits his physical and
    • physical and etheric bodies. The Gods or other beings from the spheres
    • beyond the Earth watch over man's physical and etheric bodies during
    • enter into our physical and etheric bodies during the night. Our two
    • first beginning of the human physical body on Saturn. In a certain
    • of themselves to form the first beginning of the human physical body.
    • Man derives more than physical sustenance from the outer world; his
    • formation of the physical human body. Then came other beings, not so
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    • physical, etheric, astral bodies and Ego, clairvoyant consciousness
    • concerned, man's physical and etheric bodies are approximately the
    • physical sight, coincides almost exactly with the etheric head; the
    • latter extends only slightly beyond the physical head on all sides. In
    • etheric and physical parts of the head. If, for instance, you observe
    • head stretches far beyond the physical head and differs considerably
    • What physical sight sees of the animal is merely the dense physical
    • Strictly speaking, the perfection of the human being on the physical
    • with the physical body. This was not always the case. In the course of
    • no means corresponded in its outline with the physical body, as at
    • fact that the etheric body, once ranging beyond the physical body,
    • the physical and etheric bodies necessarily took place at a definite
    • once more out of the earliest germ which comprised physical, etheric,
    • The forms, however, which became physical soon after the Moon's exit,
    • way that the coincidence of the physical and etheric bodies, of which
    • etheric body did not mingle completely with any part of the physical
    • body. The interpenetration of the physical and etheric bodies took
    • period did the human physical body begin to assume a definite form and
    • soul with his physical body, man was a clairvoyant being, but his
    • latter first appeared when the physical and etheric bodies became
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    • physical bodies of the Atlantean period were of an essentially softer,
    • etheric body came to coincide with the physical body at the dawn of
    • infuse into man a deeper interest in his physical surroundings than
    • what happened after the coincidence between the physical and etheric
    • period, the union between the physical and etheric bodies was not
    • from the physical. It was no longer possible, even when the right
    • between the physical and etheric bodies: they were much more closely
    • things of the physical world, but to the facts of the invisible,
    • Atlantean times, the etheric and physical bodies were so loosely
    • from the physical. This is not what happens in sleep; for then the
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • physical body remains, and the etheric body is almost fully raised out
    • truth that behind the physical world there is a spiritual world, to
    • But in the course of time, as the union between the physical and
    • to the physical world of sense, with their full consciousness. Indeed
    • to live in the physical world, with all his inclinations and
    • man actually developed this love for the physical world.
    • Earth and conquer the physical plane. Could you behold that India of
    • the physical plane, a man saw Maya, the great illusion, and nothing
    • merely Maya or illusion. He showed the people that our physical
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    • depended upon the partial withdrawal of the etheric from the physical
    • from his physical body, enabling him to review his life, and become
    • ‘I have spirit in me! I am not merely a being in this physical and
    • a momentary separation of the etheric from the physical body. But he
    • In the first place it must be pointed out that behind all physical
    • occurrence ( and all human physical conditions) there are in truth
    • spirit, do not themselves seriously believe that all physical
    • process then presses into the human physical body. When tears flow,
    • is like an attempt to hide something. And what is the physical result
    • is altered (this is a physical fact) by a psychic-spiritual fact.
    • the centre of its being. Here we find the physical, as the effect of
    • is a physical fact brought about by a psychic-spiritual process. It is
    • not true that some kind of secret physical influence gathers there and
    • understand that physical processes are the result of psychic-spiritual
    • processes; and when a physical process is apparently unconnected with
    • physical form and concludes, on the strength of modern methods of
    • first development of the physical form as he observes it at
    • behind the physical, there are spiritual processes taking place. He
    • the physical human germ, or that the spiritual unites with the
    • physical and elaborates the results of a former incarnation. Now
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    • etheric from the physical body for three and a half days during
    • was withdrawn from the physical by processes which I may not here
    • Ego, to step out of his physical, etheric, and astral bodies. There
    • was left a noble frame, a precious physical, etheric, and astral body,
    • of his physical, etheric, and astral bodies. Then we have the two
    • physical — for His life and work upon Earth. All that we think
    • Nazareth (in his physical, etheric, and astral bodies), so that His
    • their physical substance in a soft and flexible state, until the
    • physical senses and learned to love the Earth. The old gods were dear
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    • does not flow physically through the generations, but who sends His
    • degrees to give expression to the spiritual in the physical. Do not
    • over physical matter. The signs that were wrought at that time were to
    • even in an external element — that is, even in the physical part
    • circumstances, how results are brought about in the physical world on
    • Hitherto its influence had produced physical effects, but here we have
    • cannot see with physical eyes where He is. Christ could become visible
    • Inasmuch as the possibility of physical sight is removed from the
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    • Ego, having purged, purified, and ennobled his physical, etheric, and
    • consisting of a physical, an etheric, and an astral body. At the
    • We have therefore before us a threefold human vehicle, a physical, an
    • etheric body was separated from his physical body, so that the fruits
    • his physical body, he could exercise a marvellous control over certain
    • over his various bodies — even over his physical body —
    • Simply for the reason that the physical body, considered with physical
    • the changes affect the spiritual part that is behind the physical
    • mastery over the physical body. There was one thing, however, which no
    • physical and chemical processes in the bony system. Strange as this
    • exercise power over the physical and chemical processes of the bony
    • death in a physical sense. Hence He who was to conquer death on Earth
    • individuality who was there in former lives unites with the physical
    • comes from the spiritual unites with the physical and sensible. Those
    • it must not be read as in the physical world, but as 543, that is, in
    • were opened, also in a reversed sense. Whereas at a physical
    • the physical, in this case the element which was offered up in order
    • detaches itself from the physical. This is an unquestionable
    • physical birth, this birth was a sacrifice, a surrender. The
    • they trust their physical senses alone. What is the boundary of the
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    • necessary for Christ to develop, little by little, the physical,
    • consciousness as a being composed of physical body, etheric or life
    • forming one whole. We have also seen that at night the physical and
    • and physical bodies when man awakes in the morning?
    • spiritual world into the physical and etheric bodies, the process is
    • penetrates the etheric, and the Ego penetrates the physical body. I
    • his physical, etheric, and astral bodies, leaving behind the threefold
    • vehicle for the Christ. Jesus of Nazareth's Ego had left his physical
    • physical body. It is true that we are now on the verge of a profound
    • immediately and in the fullest measure upon the physical body; it
    • contains the forces which lend form to the physical body. We see
    • depend on the physical but on the etheric and astral bodies. For these
    • gives his physical body the definite form imprinted upon it by the Ego
    • (by the Ego in the physical body) must be regarded as a paternal
    • physical plane. To insist upon one's own opinions exclusively, to hold
    • present in the physical body. That is to say: the mother, the female
    • union of the Ego with the physical body, in the inwardly
    • clear understanding of the relation of the physical body and Ego to
    • on the physical plane, he bears within him the maternal element, the
    • mother; and beside the father on the physical plane, he has within him
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    • constituted, and the physical world of sense became visible to him
    • element, while his physical body harbours the heritage of the paternal
    • of seeing into the spiritual world. Physically considered, therefore,
    • between the human physical and etheric bodies was of very different
    • nature than in later times. Considered today, the physical and etheric
    • beyond its physical counterpart on all sides. The etheric body,
    • especially as regards the head, was far outside the physical body.
    • outside the physical head, it was subject to very different conditions
    • union of the etheric body with the physical head, whereby the head was
    • when the etheric body drew into the physical body. It tore itself away
    • body was raised out of the physical, and the etheric head was once
    • contained before it drew into the physical body — a ‘small
    • acquired the excessive interest in the physical world which lowers him
    • course. In Atlantean times man descended into his physical body with
    • in the physical world within the physical body. And it was precisely
    • the influence of the physical body and of life therein which rendered
    • times man did not live in his physical body; he drew from the old
    • outside his physical body, because he lived with his etheric body
    • outside his physical body. This store was gradually exhausted. Man
    • he quitted his physical body at death, there was less wisdom in his
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    • everything spiritual is connected with physical effects and we have
    • world is there behind the physical.’ This heritage of wisdom was
    • physical impressions were transformed into illusion and deception. Had
    • themselves to us in the physical world. We must learn to say to
    • this event? It is death. When it appears to us in the outer physical
    • outer physical events. Death has assumed an aspect in which it can be
    • contemplated by man only from the standpoint of the outer physical
    • Before our eyes, in the outer physical world, the most diverse events
    • whence comes this outer physical world which presents itself to us as
    • our physical world rests is spiritual. And if we reverted to the
    • physical, we should have to name it the ‘foundation of all being’, the
    • strewn like seed in our physical world in order that this world may
    • the blood as its outer physical instrument. The blood is the
    • But every physical event has its spiritual counterpart. Inasmuch as
    • which by degrees will become etheric and then physical. For every
    • astral light will become physical light and the earth will be a
    • aggregation of physical matter, but through the creation of a new
    • formation of a planet begins in the spiritual world. Every physical
    • physical body or out of it, between birth and death. Thus do new
    • the outer physical world with a certain contempt. A time came in which
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    • that the form in which death appears to man in the physical world is
    • earlier, super-physical world should densify to physical matter or
    • robe, the garment, or physical corporeality of the human being, there
    • He had to clothe himself in a material body of earthly, physical
    • incarnate in physical substance.
    • But in this physical substance were contained all the beings which had
    • it was not merely physical sunlight that streamed upon man; in that
    • physical light, beings came towards him, beings whom he beheld. And
    • third of the Atlantean period) when the physical matter of the earth
    • that man descended ever deeper into a dense physical body. The beings,
    • physical matter, for here alone could man learn to address himself as
    • to the physical world? Having united themselves with human evolution
    • striving to develop there, resemble and retain the physical form it
    • succeeded in making this being similar to its physical form, they
    • resemble the physical form which it inhabits, and make it forget, in
    • divine root; man would identify himself with his physical body and
    • it. Behold the human being as he lives and moves in the physical
    • should enter the world of the physical senses; for here alone could he
    • outer physical medium. The Sacrament of Communion is a preparation for
    • the physical upwards to the spiritual under the influence of the
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • Therefore, in people living more in the physical world the white
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • Therefore, in people living more in the physical world the white
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    • were things and beings which differed from anything physical in being
    • much more real than the physical one — a world which in relation
    • to the physical world appears as a densification, a crystallisation,
    • the physical ear.
    • and it is then possible to hear also the ground-tones of the physical
    • world. For every physical thing has its ground-note in the devachanic
    • physical body; his soul then lives in the devachanic world. Its
    • The composer translates into physical sounds the rhythms and harmonies
    • harmonies which he translates into physical terms. That is the secret
    • connection between the music which resounds in the physical world and
    • physical music to this spiritual music is like that of a shadow to the
    • physical world is like a shadow, a true shadow, of the far higher
    • Man has his physical body, and an etheric model for it, the
    • the physical realm, where everything we see and hear is outside
    • the astral body into Manas, the ether-body into Buddhi, the physical
    • and for working on his physical body he needs forces from the higher
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    • were things and beings which differed from anything physical in being
    • much more real than the physical one — a world which in relation
    • to the physical world appears as a densification, a crystallisation,
    • the physical ear.
    • and it is then possible to hear also the ground-tones of the physical
    • world. For every physical thing has its ground-note in the devachanic
    • physical body; his soul then lives in the devachanic world. Its
    • The composer translates into physical sounds the rhythms and harmonies
    • harmonies which he translates into physical terms. That is the secret
    • connection between the music which resounds in the physical world and
    • physical music to this spiritual music is like that of a shadow to the
    • physical world is like a shadow, a true shadow, of the far higher
    • Man has his physical body, and an etheric model for it, the
    • the physical realm, where everything we see and hear is outside
    • the astral body into Manas, the ether-body into Buddhi, the physical
    • and for working on his physical body he needs forces from the higher
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    • limited to the physical world.
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • knowledge, not merely belief. Before one comes down to physical
    • course behind physical existence in regions above the earth — the
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    • limited to the physical world.
    • world into physical existence have come with demands on life quite
    • knowledge, not merely belief. Before one comes down to physical
    • course behind physical existence in regions above the earth — the
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    • sense-perceptible. For we have seen that here in the physical world
    • very much tied to the physical, earthly world. The same applies to
    • physical balance, as it does with the physical body here, but in a
    • into the physical world, we cannot look to the higher senses for
    • hand and the physical bodily nature on the other, without becoming
    • to the physical world — although it should be applied only to
    • not tolerated by the physical body. If the physical body is too weak
    • the physical body is strong enough to prevail, it weakens the vision.
    • a vision on someone made ill by it. If the physical organism is so
    • those senses best fitted for the physical plane which have to be
    • physical world, have to be completely transformed if they are to
    • of course with the physical sense-organ — then he would have to
    • working only as ordinary life-processes belonging to the physical
    • the aesthetic realm when secretion leads to physical excretion. It
    • should be a process in the soul, not going as far as physical
    • excretion; but it should be the same process that underlies physical
    • physical by means of the spirit. Materialism has brought not only an
    • the physical. For the spirit lives in all physical things, and if one
    • knows nothing of the spirit, one cannot understand the physical.
    • metaphysical abstraction. What Schiller calls the liberation of
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    • sense-perceptible. For we have seen that here in the physical world
    • very much tied to the physical, earthly world. The same applies to
    • physical balance, as it does with the physical body here, but in a
    • into the physical world, we cannot look to the higher senses for
    • hand and the physical bodily nature on the other, without becoming
    • to the physical world — although it should be applied only to
    • not tolerated by the physical body. If the physical body is too weak
    • the physical body is strong enough to prevail, it weakens the vision.
    • a vision on someone made ill by it. If the physical organism is so
    • those senses best fitted for the physical plane which have to be
    • physical world, have to be completely transformed if they are to
    • of course with the physical sense-organ — then he would have to
    • working only as ordinary life-processes belonging to the physical
    • the aesthetic realm when secretion leads to physical excretion. It
    • should be a process in the soul, not going as far as physical
    • excretion; but it should be the same process that underlies physical
    • physical by means of the spirit. Materialism has brought not only an
    • the physical. For the spirit lives in all physical things, and if one
    • knows nothing of the spirit, one cannot understand the physical.
    • metaphysical abstraction. What Schiller calls the liberation of
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • productivity is for the State what physical food is for individual
  • Title: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • productivity is for the State what physical food is for individual
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    • within the external physical air or among the products of the mineral,
    • relation between their Mystery knowledge and physical health and
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    • within the external physical air or among the products of the mineral,
    • relation between their Mystery knowledge and physical health and
  • Title: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Earth, but the Sun is not physical at all. It is spiritual in its
    • the physical product of the generations is a product of the Moon
    • Think of the human being as he stands there before us in his physical
    • body. This physical body takes in the foodstuffs from the outer world
    • the physical body is permeated by the astral body and in the astral
    • physical and astral body.
    • they are active in the physical body and are then taken hold of by the
    • between the physical body and astral body the etheric body is
    • physical body. His etheric body relates him to the whole environment
    • living in the physical world between birth and death. The astral
    • between the astral body and the physical body. When, for instance, a
    • not leave or come down again properly into his etheric and physical
    • bodies or in some other way is not rightly connected with the physical
    • physical body. And it is the Saturn forces too which mediate the
    • irregularly in his physical body. Knowledge of these influences played
    • properly connected with his physical organisation. This lies at the
    • forces through his physical body. And on the other side he is bound up
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    • Earth, but the Sun is not physical at all. It is spiritual in its
    • the physical product of the generations is a product of the Moon
    • Think of the human being as he stands there before us in his physical
    • body. This physical body takes in the foodstuffs from the outer world
    • the physical body is permeated by the astral body and in the astral
    • physical and astral body.
    • they are active in the physical body and are then taken hold of by the
    • between the physical body and astral body the etheric body is
    • physical body. His etheric body relates him to the whole environment
    • living in the physical world between birth and death. The astral
    • between the astral body and the physical body. When, for instance, a
    • not leave or come down again properly into his etheric and physical
    • bodies or in some other way is not rightly connected with the physical
    • physical body. And it is the Saturn forces too which mediate the
    • irregularly in his physical body. Knowledge of these influences played
    • properly connected with his physical organisation. This lies at the
    • forces through his physical body. And on the other side he is bound up
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    • with the physical world of sense — may be held in the main to
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • that man as he stands before himself in the physical world represents
    • — within this physical world — a true image of the
    • around us in the world of the physical senses. On this basis we can
    • hand are not intelligible on the basis of what the physical senses can
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • down into the line of physical inheritance. The Spiritual is thus
    • filled with physical, sense-perceptible material, and so becomes the
    • physical seed, perceptible within the world of sense. But the whole
    • the task of physically hearing the sounds and notes within the
    • physical body and his etheric body, all that lay inherent in these
    • bound to the physical body, just as our walking is) — these
    • the physical aspect; but the eye itself was formed by the soul and
    • light, ere ever it assumes physical existence here on Earth.’
    • to be transformed back again. At death you give your physical
    • sense-organs to the Earth, but that which is living in the physical
    • physical reflection of the heavenly harmony of the Spheres, and how
    • you yourself with your etheric body — not with your physical but
    • But I think your heart will still be left cold. Let outer physical
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    • with the physical world of sense — may be held in the main to
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • that man as he stands before himself in the physical world represents
    • — within this physical world — a true image of the
    • around us in the world of the physical senses. On this basis we can
    • hand are not intelligible on the basis of what the physical senses can
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • down into the line of physical inheritance. The Spiritual is thus
    • filled with physical, sense-perceptible material, and so becomes the
    • physical seed, perceptible within the world of sense. But the whole
    • the task of physically hearing the sounds and notes within the
    • physical body and his etheric body, all that lay inherent in these
    • bound to the physical body, just as our walking is) — these
    • the physical aspect; but the eye itself was formed by the soul and
    • light, ere ever it assumes physical existence here on Earth.’
    • to be transformed back again. At death you give your physical
    • sense-organs to the Earth, but that which is living in the physical
    • physical reflection of the heavenly harmony of the Spheres, and how
    • you yourself with your etheric body — not with your physical but
    • But I think your heart will still be left cold. Let outer physical
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    • astral body from the physical is really a continual experience of
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • astral body from the physical is really a continual experience of
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • physical body existed; they were present before your first physical
    • incarnation. You existed in physical incarnation in the early Lemurian,
    • use of the physical forces of nature, but without the essential degree of
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    • physical body existed; they were present before your first physical
    • incarnation. You existed in physical incarnation in the early Lemurian,
    • use of the physical forces of nature, but without the essential degree of
  • Title: Lecture: Concealed Aspects of Human Existence: Contents
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    • cosmic consciousness in place of the physical consciousness; the inner
    • which bring the human being back into his physical body.
    • and principally at the cosmic spirit-germ of our physical body.
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    • in the ether body and physical body; that is, when he makes use of
    • both these principles as a tool in order to perceive his physical
    • environment and then to work within this physical environment through
    • physical body affords, and to bear that anxiety in the soul which is
    • every-day physical existence is expressed in certain processes, even
    • though they be subtle processes of the physical body: when man senses
    • anxiety, certain vascular activities in the physical body are
    • experiences projected, so to speak, into physical life fill us with
    • no bearing upon the physical! Its relation is not such that
    • spirit and our physical constitution. In order to possess health
    • ordinary physical consciousness. As stated before, only the initiate
    • in our physical body. When we speak of ourselves as physical human
    • stomach, our brain, etc. ... this constitutes our physical inner
    • compared with our physical size in the daytime. We do not bear within
    • our physical organism during the day, stimulated by the movement of
    • during the day, which now continues in the physical body we have
    • strength at all to control and vitalize his physical organism at all
    • the physical body, their inner self is filled with facsimiles of the
    • after each sleep, the human being returns to his physical body
    • reflected in the physical moon and in the moon-phases.
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    • her physical suffering from the cold. We feel warmth
    • for her physical bodily discomfort, being inwardly
    • very different in appearance from that which purely physical
    • the world of the physical senses. The only manner in which it
    • called to mind the world of the physical senses was by its
    • impression received by the physical senses; rather did they
    • on the other side of my life, in the physical world where at
    • of life on the physical plane. How canst thou make me
    • Spirit answered: “Over yonder in the physical world men
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • and suns in the sky in order first to create the physical
    • men, with their physical sense-perception, usually conceive
    • do so in order to come into touch with the physical realm of
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • the ability to endow the souls of men upon the physical plane
    • physical plane; the physical plane contains nothing capable
    • time. There are so many things upon the physical plane which
    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • the physical plane who bring men intelligence from the
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    • her physical suffering from the cold. We feel warmth
    • for her physical bodily discomfort, being inwardly
    • very different in appearance from that which purely physical
    • the world of the physical senses. The only manner in which it
    • called to mind the world of the physical senses was by its
    • impression received by the physical senses; rather did they
    • on the other side of my life, in the physical world where at
    • of life on the physical plane. How canst thou make me
    • Spirit answered: “Over yonder in the physical world men
    • over here all that men learn during physical life yonder
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • and suns in the sky in order first to create the physical
    • men, with their physical sense-perception, usually conceive
    • do so in order to come into touch with the physical realm of
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • the ability to endow the souls of men upon the physical plane
    • physical plane; the physical plane contains nothing capable
    • time. There are so many things upon the physical plane which
    • it appears here, does not exist on the physical plane.
    • the physical plane who bring men intelligence from the
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    • physical forces, be perceives how lifeless matter is stirred into
    • of existence. The powers of our physical intellect have attained their
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    • physical forces, be perceives how lifeless matter is stirred into
    • of existence. The powers of our physical intellect have attained their
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    • heat in the cosmos that appears in higher beings as physical
    • their surroundings. As this physical heat interiorizes a
    • the physical, when we stand in the gloom and black of night,
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    • heat in the cosmos that appears in higher beings as physical
    • their surroundings. As this physical heat interiorizes a
    • the physical, when we stand in the gloom and black of night,
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    • the physical plane.
    • Race was to lead men right down to the physical plane in order that
    • they should be able to understand the physical heart, the physical
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • main value to physical continuity, was more accentuated. The
    • Persians was physical strength, physical vigor. In this region there
    • of Dodona, for example, and others. The physical place becomes sacred.
    • In Italy too, there was again a mingling on the physical plane of
    • physical plane. The Greeks are preeminently an artistic people. The
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • Initiate for all that was to be fulfilled on the physical plane. This
    • the physical plane. Therefore He uttered His wisdom through the form
    • mastered the explanation of the phenomena of the physical plane, where
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • this could have led to the spread of Christianity on the physical
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • put it into application again on the physical plane. It is now a
    • the scientific attitude to the physical world.
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    • the physical plane.
    • Race was to lead men right down to the physical plane in order that
    • they should be able to understand the physical heart, the physical
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • main value to physical continuity, was more accentuated. The
    • Persians was physical strength, physical vigor. In this region there
    • of Dodona, for example, and others. The physical place becomes sacred.
    • In Italy too, there was again a mingling on the physical plane of
    • physical plane. The Greeks are preeminently an artistic people. The
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • Initiate for all that was to be fulfilled on the physical plane. This
    • the physical plane. Therefore He uttered His wisdom through the form
    • mastered the explanation of the phenomena of the physical plane, where
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • this could have led to the spread of Christianity on the physical
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • put it into application again on the physical plane. It is now a
    • the scientific attitude to the physical world.
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    • The four kinds of world, — physical and perceptible by the
    • senses, neither physical nor perceptible, perceptible but not
    • physical, physical but not perceptible
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    • can be perceived as form. The physical planet Saturn is only
    • happens again. Then we come to the Sun. Whereas the outer, physical
    • secreting glands, then with every stroke we are drawing a physical
    • of the spirit that excludes physical knowledge is not good. Just as in
    • physical life we must be able to remember — for if the faculty of
    • always to remember what is there in the physical world. In the sphere
    • given us in the wonderful achievements of physical science — is
    • of the physical. We must say to ourselves at every turn: That is the
    • a new perception, which is as vivid in comparison with physical
    • like; we take knowledge of how he as physical man has been built up by
    • animal kingdoms and also what the physical human kingdom accomplishes
    • mineral, plant, animal and physical man. But when we have passed
    • conception and birth it joins with the physical embryo provided by the
    • through the gate of death. The physical form he could see when he
    • conscious of it, but it was there all the time within his physical
    • physically. This cosmic picture of man shines spiritually; and because
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    • consider the super-sensible nature of man when his physical and etheric
    • incorrect to speak of the physical being of man apart from the soul
    • and spirit. The physical part of man, the physical body that we
    • something physically observed it is, of course, no more than a kind of
    • At death the physical body is laid aside. We need not stay to consider
    • the physical body, whether it be through burning or through
    • say here that the physical body dissolves away into outer Nature, into
    • which, to begin with, bears some resemblance to the physical form of
    • stamped upon it in physical life, and what is retained tends to become
    • hands, which even in physical life are full of significance and
    • beings here on Earth to see with their physical eyes as they see in
    • When we look with physical eyes at someone who is walking, we see how
    • between birth and death, just as we can draw pictures of physical
    • we tell each other what we know. Our words live in the physical body
    • coming down from the spiritual world into physical existence on Earth,
    • which is the real essence and self of the human being. The physical
    • We live in the physical world of Earth. We perceive the outer world
    • perceptible and it is physical, — for the physical
    • the physical body. This second world is imperceptible to man's
    • physical faculty of perception. It is also not physical; it is
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    • to resemble a visual image seen by the physical eye — or whatever
    • in the heavens. When we look at a star with our physical eyes —
    • colony of Spiritual Beings in the Cosmos. The physical star we see
    • signpost. Descriptions of the stars as given by physical science are
    • of quite secondary importance, for physical science is dealing with
    • evolution than man, and in the Mysteries they appeared not in physical
    • physical and spiritual radiations of the Moon and how, to begin with,
    • does not see with physical eyes; he becomes aware of the others
    • physical eyes, is its outward aspect only. In its inner aspect the Sun
    • but are all related to what happens on the physical Earth. And the
    • veils of existence. And the iron which, even to the point of physical
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    • the processes we have in the physical world — processes that are
    • out into space. Physical science tells us the exact proportion in
    • as a physical structure have no notion of all the manifold work that
    • the physical embryo. After this work has been begun in the Sun sphere,
    • unmistakably the connection between the physical world of sense and
    • the super-sensible, superphysical world. When we pass into the Sun
    • the germ of the head unites with the physical embryo.
    • course not yet a physical heart. True, there is already an indication
    • of a physical heart form, but it is surrounded and inter-woven with
    • ourselves in the Sun sphere the first germ of the physical heart is
    • feeling resembles a feeling he can have in physical existence. For
    • just as in physical existence he feels that he is bound up with his
    • from the veins in the physical organism, so into our being of
    • Second Hierarchy. For let it be remembered that the physical heart is
    • a definite phase of evolution while below, stage by stage, the physical
    • embryo is being prepared — the physical embryo with which he then
    • unite with the physical embryo. In order that this momentous event may
    • development make connection with the physical embryo, he must pass
    • humanity, while the physical embryo down below is passing through its
    • Physical man, with all that we can see of him here on Earth, is, in
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    • birth. But in the physical world too, where man is living in his
    • physical and etheric bodily nature, — here too his forces extend
    • into the super-sensible world. In the physical world he feels his
    • physical senses. It is, after all, in the physical world that appeal
    • withdraw from physical perception of the outer world when we enter
    • your physical being and this first super-sensible member begins itself
    • physical pain caused to a finger by putting it into a flame.
    • our life on this physical Earth. It is all there within man when he is
    • point of view, standing there in his physical body, enclosed by his
    • Earth, clothing himself in a physical, human body and partaking in the
    • Such is the connection between the physical and the super-physical;
    • such too the connection of man's physical life with his superphysical
    • death. The more we have learned to rejoice in the physical world, the
    • learn to understand when we have passed over into the superphysical
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    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • awake, they re-enter the etheric and physical bodies very
    • does not immediately penetrate into the physical body, but
    • leaving the physical body, the sleeper lingers in the etheric
    • same thing that there takes place in a physical sense takes
    • outside the physical body in the spiritual world, we perceive
    • the physical body, diving down instantaneously into it. The
    • the physical body, the person enters the etheric body. Then the
    • night without returning to your physical body, so that this
    • physical body rose up before you and you were to look upon it
    • takes place in the physical body — with their souls human
    • connected with the physical body. You then enter into a sleep
    • physical body. The soul can have no relation to what is thus
    • world in which we lived before we descended into our physical
    • physical world was concerned Frederick Barbarossa was drowned,
    • the following way. Human beings here in the physical world are
    • physical world; how Christ came from the spiritual world into
    • the physical world; and further how again the sensible world
    • clairvoyant vision and not with physical eyes. The legends of
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    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • awake, they re-enter the etheric and physical bodies very
    • does not immediately penetrate into the physical body, but
    • leaving the physical body, the sleeper lingers in the etheric
    • same thing that there takes place in a physical sense takes
    • outside the physical body in the spiritual world, we perceive
    • the physical body, diving down instantaneously into it. The
    • the physical body, the person enters the etheric body. Then the
    • night without returning to your physical body, so that this
    • physical body rose up before you and you were to look upon it
    • takes place in the physical body — with their souls human
    • connected with the physical body. You then enter into a sleep
    • physical body. The soul can have no relation to what is thus
    • world in which we lived before we descended into our physical
    • physical world was concerned Frederick Barbarossa was drowned,
    • the following way. Human beings here in the physical world are
    • physical world; how Christ came from the spiritual world into
    • the physical world; and further how again the sensible world
    • clairvoyant vision and not with physical eyes. The legends of
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • To speak of the human being as consisting of physical body, etheric
    • conveyed by describing how the etheric body is related to the physical
    • sleep, the etheric body remains within the physical body, and that
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • We see the physical body grow still. We see the human being unable to
    • whole extent, the physical body rests — but the human etheric
    • measure as the functions of the physical body come to rest, at and
    • being present in the physical frame — then it is found that from
    • irradiate the interior of the physical part of the sleeping human
    • seen in the ordinary way. External, physical eyes do not see what goes
    • on in the interior of man; there is no organ within the physical body
    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • consciousness by the perceptive activity of the physical body. And the
    • activity — the physical body of course as well — and this
    • the activity then extends a little outside the physical body.)
    • awakening are outside the physical and etheric bodies, are
    • just as in the physical body the bony structure of the vertebral
    • column, and the vertebral canal, lie towards the back. In the physical
    • vertebral column — lying in relation to the physical body
    • towards the front. And just as the nerves proceed from the physical
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    • To speak of the human being as consisting of physical body, etheric
    • conveyed by describing how the etheric body is related to the physical
    • sleep, the etheric body remains within the physical body, and that
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • We see the physical body grow still. We see the human being unable to
    • whole extent, the physical body rests — but the human etheric
    • measure as the functions of the physical body come to rest, at and
    • being present in the physical frame — then it is found that from
    • irradiate the interior of the physical part of the sleeping human
    • seen in the ordinary way. External, physical eyes do not see what goes
    • on in the interior of man; there is no organ within the physical body
    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • consciousness by the perceptive activity of the physical body. And the
    • activity — the physical body of course as well — and this
    • the activity then extends a little outside the physical body.)
    • awakening are outside the physical and etheric bodies, are
    • just as in the physical body the bony structure of the vertebral
    • column, and the vertebral canal, lie towards the back. In the physical
    • vertebral column — lying in relation to the physical body
    • towards the front. And just as the nerves proceed from the physical
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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • beings; one composed more of our physical body and etheric body and
    • that this physical body and to some extent the etheric body too are
    • which we are always surrounded. Our physical and etheric bodies are
    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • the universe the astral body and ego are younger than the physical
    • The physical body and etheric body compose
    • testings and shiftings which they undergo in the physical and etheric
    • we bear within us the physical body and etheric body, the astral body
    • what I might call two sub-beings. The more external man the physical
    • are something much higher than they are in the physical world)-more
    • than merely four-principled beings consisting of physical body,
    • certain extent be perceived at the same time as the physical body,
    • his physical, sense vision, he merely notices that they come together,
    • backward where love is felt, in both cases the physical head then
    • etheric body then fills the physical body than is normally the case,
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • dependent upon his own physical life and the physical life around him
    • itself with our physical earth manhood. The great Mystery that now
    • meeting with the Father-Principle. For a certain time, our physical
    • without; his physical being is undermined from without. In illness,
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    • beings; one composed more of our physical body and etheric body and
    • that this physical body and to some extent the etheric body too are
    • which we are always surrounded. Our physical and etheric bodies are
    • Gods whose whole life is spent in producing our physical and etheric
    • the universe the astral body and ego are younger than the physical
    • The physical body and etheric body compose
    • testings and shiftings which they undergo in the physical and etheric
    • we bear within us the physical body and etheric body, the astral body
    • what I might call two sub-beings. The more external man the physical
    • are something much higher than they are in the physical world)-more
    • than merely four-principled beings consisting of physical body,
    • certain extent be perceived at the same time as the physical body,
    • his physical, sense vision, he merely notices that they come together,
    • backward where love is felt, in both cases the physical head then
    • etheric body then fills the physical body than is normally the case,
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • dependent upon his own physical life and the physical life around him
    • itself with our physical earth manhood. The great Mystery that now
    • meeting with the Father-Principle. For a certain time, our physical
    • without; his physical being is undermined from without. In illness,
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  • Title: Preface: The Foundation Stone Meditation
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    • not physical space alone which is here referred to but space which
    • of as physical geography: They have particular esoteric
    • present in that reality as the physical body is present in the world
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • say by those faculties which are accessible to him on the physical
    • faculties of the physical plane). Let us even consider such difficult
    • physical plane, everything that history hands down to us, everything
    • be confirmed by the outer physical world. This is something which
    • out to find confirmations in the physical world for what is stated out
    • comprehended even only on the physical plane, and to turn these to his
    • the same time the physical powers of thought, those faculties of
    • knowledge that have been given to us here on the physical plane; these
    • physical plane. The only possible means of cultivating thoughts on the
    • thoughts of men on the physical plane have a character which is
    • line with what is present in the ordinary physical world; for the
    • physical world, no less than the phenomenon which he has seen, is a
    • easier for us when we leave the physical plane, but in order that we
    • Thus it is in regard to the life after death. But here on the physical
    • account of it, is penetrated by elements of the physical plane. Has
    • elements of the physical plane? He had wings. So have the birds. He
    • had a human-shaped body. So has every human being on the physical
    • put together in a fashion that is not to be found on the physical
    • physical plane. This is not without justification; but you will see
    • The forms and pictures in your vision that are taken from the physical
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    • say by those faculties which are accessible to him on the physical
    • faculties of the physical plane). Let us even consider such difficult
    • physical plane, everything that history hands down to us, everything
    • be confirmed by the outer physical world. This is something which
    • out to find confirmations in the physical world for what is stated out
    • comprehended even only on the physical plane, and to turn these to his
    • the same time the physical powers of thought, those faculties of
    • knowledge that have been given to us here on the physical plane; these
    • physical plane. The only possible means of cultivating thoughts on the
    • thoughts of men on the physical plane have a character which is
    • line with what is present in the ordinary physical world; for the
    • physical world, no less than the phenomenon which he has seen, is a
    • easier for us when we leave the physical plane, but in order that we
    • Thus it is in regard to the life after death. But here on the physical
    • account of it, is penetrated by elements of the physical plane. Has
    • elements of the physical plane? He had wings. So have the birds. He
    • had a human-shaped body. So has every human being on the physical
    • put together in a fashion that is not to be found on the physical
    • physical plane. This is not without justification; but you will see
    • The forms and pictures in your vision that are taken from the physical
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  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • — is enclosed within the physical body, which in its turn is a
    • perception is the physical body or the physical brain has no
    • physical sun. The Mysteries of Hu and Ceridwen, then, were those into
    • lives in a physical body which is a unit composed of many members.
    • rising out of the physical into the spiritual world, rising to their
    • physical nature, who endowed him with material sight and who could
    • prematurely misuse the forces of physical matter — Loki, the
    • understands the physical world. Therefore, in the blood which flowed
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • finally his physical body into Spirit-Man or Atma. This transformation
    • as the element of feeling; through his physical body he experiences
    • over the sea in a boat (the physical body), over the material world.
    • The physical body is felt to be an instrument.
    • matter, that physical substance is the magic robe of the Spiritual. It
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    • — is enclosed within the physical body, which in its turn is a
    • perception is the physical body or the physical brain has no
    • physical sun. The Mysteries of Hu and Ceridwen, then, were those into
    • lives in a physical body which is a unit composed of many members.
    • rising out of the physical into the spiritual world, rising to their
    • physical nature, who endowed him with material sight and who could
    • prematurely misuse the forces of physical matter — Loki, the
    • understands the physical world. Therefore, in the blood which flowed
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • finally his physical body into Spirit-Man or Atma. This transformation
    • as the element of feeling; through his physical body he experiences
    • over the sea in a boat (the physical body), over the material world.
    • The physical body is felt to be an instrument.
    • matter, that physical substance is the magic robe of the Spiritual. It
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    • seem to be very contradictory documents of the physical plane, the
    • in the physical sense. As man in the physical world is born out of a
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • saw in the God Who came down into physical being Him on Whom the soul
    • physical progenitor they could, through the Christ Impulse, look to
    • at the beginning of our era Christ was incarnated in a physical body.
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    • seem to be very contradictory documents of the physical plane, the
    • in the physical sense. As man in the physical world is born out of a
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • saw in the God Who came down into physical being Him on Whom the soul
    • physical progenitor they could, through the Christ Impulse, look to
    • at the beginning of our era Christ was incarnated in a physical body.
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    • external physical, but to spiritual forms, — agree with
    • physical being, but in the region of pure Spirit. The epoch we
    • material world — passed from the spiritual into the physical
    • the spiritual world behind the physical world of matter. We know that
    • incarnate in the body lives in a physical world.
    • of physical body, life (or etheric) body, and of the soul-sheaths; in
    • and is bound up with it in the same way as his physical body is bound
    • up with the physical world, and his soul-being with the world of
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • contained or exhausted in the physical being of man, but which lives
    • that human life and knowledge, as these exist in the physical world,
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    • external physical, but to spiritual forms, — agree with
    • physical being, but in the region of pure Spirit. The epoch we
    • material world — passed from the spiritual into the physical
    • the spiritual world behind the physical world of matter. We know that
    • incarnate in the body lives in a physical world.
    • of physical body, life (or etheric) body, and of the soul-sheaths; in
    • and is bound up with it in the same way as his physical body is bound
    • up with the physical world, and his soul-being with the world of
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • contained or exhausted in the physical being of man, but which lives
    • that human life and knowledge, as these exist in the physical world,
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    • behind the physical world of sense there is an invisible world into
    • phraseology, for the physical sun does not ‘sing.’ It is unthinkable
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • man's being. Towering above this physical man is the ‘higher man.’
    • This ‘higher man’ surrounds the physical body like a halo and is much
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • in the physical world they work upon each other when they speak
    • they did not live a physical existence.
    • music a world that stands behind the physical world, using the
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    • behind the physical world of sense there is an invisible world into
    • phraseology, for the physical sun does not ‘sing.’ It is unthinkable
    • he feels it necessary to express much more than the physical part of
    • man's being. Towering above this physical man is the ‘higher man.’
    • This ‘higher man’ surrounds the physical body like a halo and is much
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • in the physical world they work upon each other when they speak
    • they did not live a physical existence.
    • music a world that stands behind the physical world, using the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory existence the
    • we develop in the physical world in the form of SPIRITUAL LIFE. It
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory existence the
    • we develop in the physical world in the form of SPIRITUAL LIFE. It
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • human being consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body,
    • with, we say: We designate as man’s physical body his external
    • appearance, which can be perceived through the physical senses and
    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • apparently the case) about the physical body, for the physical body
    • physical world, is willing to contemplate with the aid of its
    • methods. But although the physical body may at first seem to be what
    • recollect that man’s physical body, in the form in which it
    • incorporated with it. When the physical body passed on from the
    • has the astral body been added to the physical body, but the physical
    • body, but then also within the physical body.
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • the physical body, has been made possible through the Spirits of
    • When we encounter man’s physical body upon the Earth, we must
    • earthly body, which has a physical form, has been formed in such a
    • Spirits of Form gave the human physical body the form which it
    • etheric body to man’s physical body and imagine that a certain
    • being enacted; imagine that the whole physical body of man can be
    • and that before we begin to detach the physical body from the human
    • his physical body and then we would have to ask the Angeloi,
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    • human being consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body,
    • with, we say: We designate as man’s physical body his external
    • appearance, which can be perceived through the physical senses and
    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • apparently the case) about the physical body, for the physical body
    • physical world, is willing to contemplate with the aid of its
    • methods. But although the physical body may at first seem to be what
    • recollect that man’s physical body, in the form in which it
    • incorporated with it. When the physical body passed on from the
    • has the astral body been added to the physical body, but the physical
    • body, but then also within the physical body.
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • the physical body, has been made possible through the Spirits of
    • When we encounter man’s physical body upon the Earth, we must
    • earthly body, which has a physical form, has been formed in such a
    • Spirits of Form gave the human physical body the form which it
    • etheric body to man’s physical body and imagine that a certain
    • being enacted; imagine that the whole physical body of man can be
    • and that before we begin to detach the physical body from the human
    • his physical body and then we would have to ask the Angeloi,
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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • that early Art of Building. Man as a physical being has his spiritual
    • a physical being, but also as a being of soul. When we
    • perfect in itself as the physical body of man permeated by soul. In
    • living on the physical Earth. It is asked: Has anyone actually seen
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • With our physical eyes
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • spirituality which is expressing itself in the physical human being.
    • that the human being consists of physical body, ether-body, astral
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    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • that early Art of Building. Man as a physical being has his spiritual
    • a physical being, but also as a being of soul. When we
    • perfect in itself as the physical body of man permeated by soul. In
    • living on the physical Earth. It is asked: Has anyone actually seen
    • the Future. The physical human being can be described by
    • With our physical eyes
    • indication reach us of the super-sensible reality within physical
    • spirituality which is expressing itself in the physical human being.
    • that the human being consists of physical body, ether-body, astral
  • Title: Lecture: Christianity in Human Evolution
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    • physical, sense perceptible sphere. Now it is true that we have
    • physical embodiment as the other men who have just been described.
    • reaps no benefits for himself from his physical embodiments, or
    • physical body for the blessing and advancement of mankind. Thus,
    • physical world that alone make explicable to us what occurs in it. We
    • facts of a spiritual nature lying behind the physical ones. History
    • can never be explained by considering physical facts alone.
    • be procured from the physical plane. We need only look at the early
    • teachers of Christianity to see how physical recollections,
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • physical happenings and places is what was especially emphasized in
    • The great prominence that was given to everything of a physical
    • authority for the existence of something in the physical world
    • centuries it was the documents and the impressions of the physical
    • physical plane, which now lay too far in the past. Something entirely
    • historical, physical existence. A most extreme dissociation is
    • nor did he need physical assurance that the Christ existed. He
    • behind the physical events.
    • physical plane; then it was the etheric element that was directly
    • dependent upon the physical plane; then in the following
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    • physical, sense perceptible sphere. Now it is true that we have
    • physical embodiment as the other men who have just been described.
    • reaps no benefits for himself from his physical embodiments, or
    • physical body for the blessing and advancement of mankind. Thus,
    • physical world that alone make explicable to us what occurs in it. We
    • facts of a spiritual nature lying behind the physical ones. History
    • can never be explained by considering physical facts alone.
    • be procured from the physical plane. We need only look at the early
    • teachers of Christianity to see how physical recollections,
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • physical happenings and places is what was especially emphasized in
    • The great prominence that was given to everything of a physical
    • authority for the existence of something in the physical world
    • centuries it was the documents and the impressions of the physical
    • physical plane, which now lay too far in the past. Something entirely
    • historical, physical existence. A most extreme dissociation is
    • nor did he need physical assurance that the Christ existed. He
    • behind the physical events.
    • physical plane; then it was the etheric element that was directly
    • dependent upon the physical plane; then in the following
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    • space not physical but spiritual. I lived in that world where the
    • to the physical world around them. The physical environment was now
    • into their physical environment, had seen in all the stars the
    • through the gate of death. Of the physical man, the corpse remains
    • We see the dead physical man; we have the dead corpse before us, all
    • that is left of the man who was filled with living blood. Physically
    • minerals, plants and animals and the whole physical world of man,
    • diseased to be an atheist, for, if he is healthy, his whole physical
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    • space not physical but spiritual. I lived in that world where the
    • to the physical world around them. The physical environment was now
    • into their physical environment, had seen in all the stars the
    • through the gate of death. Of the physical man, the corpse remains
    • We see the dead physical man; we have the dead corpse before us, all
    • that is left of the man who was filled with living blood. Physically
    • minerals, plants and animals and the whole physical world of man,
    • diseased to be an atheist, for, if he is healthy, his whole physical
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    • everything that the eye can behold in the physical world.
    • physical world which in itself constitutes what is collectively
    • worthlessness and meaninglessness of all the physical-material
    • anything belonging to the physical world!
    • physical body, and in it to become aware of the outer material world
    • compelled to descend into physical incarnation, but are liberated
    • as he is by the thirst for existence into a physical embodiment, he
    • if thou abandonest thyself to the physical world, suffering must be
    • the physical world. But it says: — ‘As man passes from
    • physical world. But if this world brings him sorrow, if it offers him
    • conception of the physical world. Therefore, through many
    • of the spiritual within the physical. To overcome this world, which
    • appears to us now as a physical one, to overcome it with something
    • one who stands there merely as a physical body, who conceals nothing
    • trace may be wiped out of all that connected him with this physical
    • last threads that bind his physical body together are severed —
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    • everything that the eye can behold in the physical world.
    • physical world which in itself constitutes what is collectively
    • worthlessness and meaninglessness of all the physical-material
    • anything belonging to the physical world!
    • physical body, and in it to become aware of the outer material world
    • compelled to descend into physical incarnation, but are liberated
    • as he is by the thirst for existence into a physical embodiment, he
    • if thou abandonest thyself to the physical world, suffering must be
    • the physical world. But it says: — ‘As man passes from
    • physical world. But if this world brings him sorrow, if it offers him
    • conception of the physical world. Therefore, through many
    • of the spiritual within the physical. To overcome this world, which
    • appears to us now as a physical one, to overcome it with something
    • one who stands there merely as a physical body, who conceals nothing
    • trace may be wiped out of all that connected him with this physical
    • last threads that bind his physical body together are severed —
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    • being. As he stands before us he has in the first place his physical
    • that it transmutes the physical body and regulates its laws, —
    • in the physical body, — we give the name of ‘Spirit Man’
    • to that part of the physical body thus under the rulership of the
    • being, consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body and
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies by means of the Ego in a
    • past ages already worked at the transformation of the physical body
    • Now we must ask: are not these three members, physical
    • marvellous structure, this physical body of man! Closer examination
    • be called the physical vehicle of the consciousness soul. Again,
    • the first germ of man's physical body was brought into existence by
    • body, and finally the Ego. The physical body of man has thus passed
    • through four evolutionary stages. First of all the physical body
    • when the Ego had worked on the physical body was a portion
    • of the external world. But this physical body has to do a great deal
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies before the Ego asserted
    • physical bodies, just as now the Ego works from within outwards upon
    • it had already elaborated, physical body, etheric body, astral body,
    • the physical body? The physical body of a plant has a different
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    • being. As he stands before us he has in the first place his physical
    • that it transmutes the physical body and regulates its laws, —
    • in the physical body, — we give the name of ‘Spirit Man’
    • to that part of the physical body thus under the rulership of the
    • being, consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body and
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • the physical, etheric and astral bodies by means of the Ego in a
    • past ages already worked at the transformation of the physical body
    • Now we must ask: are not these three members, physical
    • marvellous structure, this physical body of man! Closer examination
    • be called the physical vehicle of the consciousness soul. Again,
    • the first germ of man's physical body was brought into existence by
    • body, and finally the Ego. The physical body of man has thus passed
    • through four evolutionary stages. First of all the physical body
    • when the Ego had worked on the physical body was a portion
    • of the external world. But this physical body has to do a great deal
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies before the Ego asserted
    • physical bodies, just as now the Ego works from within outwards upon
    • it had already elaborated, physical body, etheric body, astral body,
    • the physical body? The physical body of a plant has a different
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    • physical man. “ And the Word became flesh ”.
    • how, just where the physical and material grows weak and faint and
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    • physical man. “ And the Word became flesh ”.
    • how, just where the physical and material grows weak and faint and
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • Spirit pervades all things physical, for this is to recognise one
    • physical world are connected with impulses emanating from the
    • higher level than the physical world but peopled none the less by
    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • interest to human beings in those days than the physical world —
    • Christendom. Men's minds were now directed to the physical
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • physical world, there arose during the later Middle Ages, continuing
    • applied merely to the purposes of physical existence and of the world
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
    • phenomena of the world man perceives with his physical eyes and
    • grasps with his physical brain — are playing into earthly
    • is their home just as it is the home of physical humanity. They are
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • Spirit pervades all things physical, for this is to recognise one
    • physical world are connected with impulses emanating from the
    • higher level than the physical world but peopled none the less by
    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • interest to human beings in those days than the physical world —
    • Christendom. Men's minds were now directed to the physical
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • physical world, there arose during the later Middle Ages, continuing
    • applied merely to the purposes of physical existence and of the world
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
    • phenomena of the world man perceives with his physical eyes and
    • grasps with his physical brain — are playing into earthly
    • is their home just as it is the home of physical humanity. They are
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • Not only so; the spiritual world and the physical interpenetrate even
    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • in the physical world, and the physical world is known to us through
    • of our connection with this physical world. All that gives us this
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • acquaintance with the physical world. We are incorporated in this
    • physical body in order to make ourselves acquainted through it with
    • the physical world.
    • Now we are not only members of the physical world, but equally of the
    • physical, is the world which we have grown accustomed to call the
    • lives in the physical. It is, in fact, the first of the super-sensible
    • physical world of the senses. For as soon as our sense is awakened
    • by many beings, no less abundantly than is the physical. Man himself,
    • conditions in the physical.
    • physical world. To begin with, I will give one example to confirm
    • this. In the physical world — apparently at any rate — we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • Not only so; the spiritual world and the physical interpenetrate even
    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • in the physical world, and the physical world is known to us through
    • of our connection with this physical world. All that gives us this
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • acquaintance with the physical world. We are incorporated in this
    • physical body in order to make ourselves acquainted through it with
    • the physical world.
    • Now we are not only members of the physical world, but equally of the
    • physical, is the world which we have grown accustomed to call the
    • lives in the physical. It is, in fact, the first of the super-sensible
    • physical world of the senses. For as soon as our sense is awakened
    • by many beings, no less abundantly than is the physical. Man himself,
    • conditions in the physical.
    • physical world. To begin with, I will give one example to confirm
    • this. In the physical world — apparently at any rate — we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
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    • say the cosmic sulphur. Today, indeed, many a physical-natural
    • human being on the physical plane if one wants to find Osiris, one
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    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • process reaches more directly into the physical. But that is not
    • expression physically in the change of voice.
    • Osiris was dead for the outer world — almost a physical
    • process. It was not merely a physical process in the ages when Osiris
    • us all the time. The air is not only what physical science describes,
    • physical world, perceive, conceive. That was something which in his
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
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    • speak? It speaks of the physical origin of man in connection with
    • physical beings of the line of descent. Fundamentally the so-called
    • but a conception placing the doctrine of physical descent in the
    • just as it means a descent from physical beings, that one is born and
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    • expression then came to an end for men living on the physical plane;
    • The belief that the physical human being must in a certain way take
    • than those we go by when in physical life we set our clock by them.
    • envelopment of his chest, in his chest-cuirass. As physical human
    • because in a physical sense it is this true copy, in a spiritual
    • as physical head, the human head is not of very much value. And when
    • human being. And as regards the physical world it was the most
    • with all its forces, purely as physical thinking-instrument, as
    • instrument for physical thoughts, is an image of the starry heavens.
    • physical body, which is linked with the becoming young of his etheric
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    • In so doing the man's physical forces undergo manifold changes and
    • through our nature, our physical forces. We have stated that in the
    • by our power of will. We become physically different in our twenties
    • and in this becoming different physically there lives at the same
    • Then the physical ceases to let us be dependent on it; then, so to
    • speak, our physical nature hands over nothing more, and through our
    • catastrophe. Then indeed man was still dependent on his physical
    • external physical cosmic conditions of human existence alter in
    • older. But only our physical body grows older. For from the spiritual
    • deception. It is certainly a reality in respect of physical life, but
    • being who lives here in the physical world between birth and death is
    • something else than merely his physical body. He consists of the
    • and death, just as we carry about our physical body of flesh and
    • forces, but we see there is a difference: the physical body grows
    • younger, in contrast to the physical-corporeal that becomes weak and
    • indicated. People reckon only with man's physical body, never with
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    • physical form that wanders about before our eyes as man — far,
    • far more is man. But this physical structure that wanders round
    • say: Not only can one recognize in the human form, in the physical
    • here in the physical word, but, if one only will, one can also
    • as absolute, develop them metaphysically — that we will not do.
    • case; the remaining part is only a fragment as physical man, and it
    • in his thirtieth year. To outer physical observation such a sudden
    • what they seem to us here on the physical plane. A sudden death
    • purely with a phenomenon of the physical plane. One can understand
    • the physical plane. What has developed for France, at any rate
    • outside France, is to be understood through physical plane
    • of the physical plane.
    • no longer be possible merely from physical plane relations to
    • March — the fall of the Czar — has a metaphysical
    • metaphysical character. Why then was there a Czar at all? The
    • to be understood — from the aspect of the physical plane. For,
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    • we regard man's external physical form, we can distinguish in it the
    • in the physical world, it is only apparently determined by mere
    • of our organism, in so far as it is physical, through a kind of
    • physical aura which Professor Benedict is able to find by natural
    • physical, for as regards the spiritual part of the remaining
    • physical substance, not a chemical element, but actually spiritual,
    • the etheric body, and which, while we are growing old physically,
    • enter physical life through birth, and again we live as souls when we
    • physical matter. Since our head has been formed and shaped by the
    • physical organism falls away from us, our spiritual part with our
    • physical out of the spirit, burying our spirit nature in the head, in
    • upon earth it is reversed. We leave the physical behind; the physical
    • can say therefore: Birth denotes the resurrection of the physical,
    • the spiritual being changed into the physical; death denotes the
    • birth of the spiritual, the physical being given over to the
    • universe our physical element. By giving our spiritual part to the
    • universe through our birth, we are physical human beings. By giving
    • our physical part to the earth through death we are spiritual human
    • are already here during our physical life preparing the next planet
    • acquired physically this hard skull. And we may ask when mankind
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • our physical body. If we had active divine thinking, if our thinking
    • the physical body. He grows together with the objects with his
    • physical body, that is with his sense organs, in the active ruling
    • the physical eye is the etheric body of the eye, and behind the
    • physical ear is the etheric body of the ear. We are filled through
    • and through with our etheric body. And just as the physical body
    • etheric body. And in our physical body we behold, not merely what
    • will. And we may now say, turning to our diagram, that our physical
    • ruling will that is spread around us, and our own physical body. Now
    • us the power our thoughts might otherwise exercise upon our physical
    • and physical body. But that cannot be so all the time. For were we
    • never to exercise any influence from our soul upon our physical and
    • the forces that must flow ever and again into the physical and
    • and of wisdom and the physical and etheric bodies of man. For
    • the etheric body and out of the world of will into the physical body.
    • disturbances would be set up in the physical and etheric bodies by
    • into our physical and etheric body by night. For the good Gods have
    • consciousness all that might cause disturbance to his physical and
    • these forces will stream into my physical and etheric bodies, and as
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • physical body of man and what we call the world of the senses. We saw
    • how the human physical body is of the same substance as we find in
    • sense world outside us and in the human physical body as well, we
    • that the physical body of man is a part of the external world of the
    • wisdom. Now the etheric and physical bodies of man have something
    • is a conjunction of physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego.
    • that physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego must at some
    • rightly fitted into the physical body. Only then should we be able
    • physical body. That is the remarkable fact we have to recognise. But
    • that exists between the physical body and the etheric body which is
    • physical body in a perfectly regular manner, then the human being
    • if the etheric body had been fitted into the physical body in the way
    • physical body, it has, as it were, left a piece of the physical body
    • that the physical body has from a certain aspect a surplus of its own
    • the physical body of man which are not filled with the etheric body
    • places where the physical is not properly penetrated by the etheric
    • remarkable phenomenon of a purely physical activity from which the
    • physical workings of a camera obscura, of a photographer's
    • physical in character and are not penetrated with the etheric body.
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • evidence, even on the physical plane, of processes and conditions
    • something more. We found also physical corporality which had a
    • Luciferic influence. There, where the physical meets with the etheric
    • of the physical body, we have, not a condition where spirit breaks
    • is outweighed by the physical. And when spirit breaks into such a
    • streaming into etheric corporality that is overweighed by physical
    • Movement has become physical movement in the muscles, and the
    • find in the physical world any reflection of the world of
    • injected with physical matter. We see before us visibly what should
    • physical death. There you have, in point of fact, the cause of
    • physical death, and of much besides. For inasmuch as man has left his
    • spiritual condition he lives here in physical existence only until
    • down his physical body. There you have the connection between
    • physical death and the Luciferic influence. We shall follow it up
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • physical sense. From the muscles remains the Inspiration, of which
    • his physical nerve system goes to pieces. So that you will see from
    • this, inasmuch as man makes use of his physical system of nerves,
    • remember we saw how the manner in which physical body, etheric body
    • penetrates into a preponderance of physical over etheric body or of
    • is the creation of Lucifer, and since man has in blood a physical
    • nature of man as it plays into the ego from physical body, and from
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • of what it once was. To-day it hears only tones of the physical
    • plane, or words that express themselves in tones on the physical
    • nervous system to be influenced from the physical side in its task as
    • physical instrument for the life of the spirit, he receives with his
    • his ears, his fingers belong; physically they belong to the whole
    • physical organ at all, for the moment we reach the whole we come into
    • to conceive of the earth as this physical ball, but we have to think
    • physical existence we might seem quite justified in concluding that
    • impression of being concerned with people I know in physical life, it
    • seems to relate itself to physical life. But where does it come from?
    • much as the air is present for physical man. As man breathes physical
    • an end. Ideas and thoughts belong only to the physical plane, and man
    • that is, beyond the world of the physical plane. To begin with he will
    • to speak as Faust did when he had been blinded physically —
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    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • first lays aside his physical body; then he is in possession of what
    • as the physical body is pushed downward towards the earth.
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • and, from a physical point of view, our circulation, our breathing
    • either from the soul aspect or from the physical aspect, for these
    • two, the soul and the physical nature in such a total view, must
    • it would be interfering too much with the health of the physical
    • with his physical body. But by dwelling quietly on a mental picture,
    • physically inheritable characteristics. What a present-day generation
    • is, from what can be inherited physically; this is the way people
    • physically inheritable characteristics; these former generations may
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • generation of people who, in regard to what concerns its physical
    • from physical forbears in the Middle Ages as far as their blood is
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
    • world were connected with a neglect of the physical world, with a
    • disregard for things physical. Among the adherents of Christian
    • by means of physical heredity or what is handed down to them through
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    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • first lays aside his physical body; then he is in possession of what
    • as the physical body is pushed downward towards the earth.
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • and, from a physical point of view, our circulation, our breathing
    • either from the soul aspect or from the physical aspect, for these
    • two, the soul and the physical nature in such a total view, must
    • it would be interfering too much with the health of the physical
    • with his physical body. But by dwelling quietly on a mental picture,
    • physically inheritable characteristics. What a present-day generation
    • is, from what can be inherited physically; this is the way people
    • physically inheritable characteristics; these former generations may
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • generation of people who, in regard to what concerns its physical
    • from physical forbears in the Middle Ages as far as their blood is
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
    • world were connected with a neglect of the physical world, with a
    • disregard for things physical. Among the adherents of Christian
    • by means of physical heredity or what is handed down to them through
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    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • of sleep, into his physical existence. There are three faculties
    • physical world, to the fact that the human being has to acquire
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • sleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie resting in the physical
    • the physical and etheric bodies. But if, with the methods of
    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • physical and etheric bodies, the element of soul and spirit that is
    • and spirit out of the physical and etheric bodies and during the
    • communicated to the physical air, and thus naturally no physical tone
    • entirely within a kind of physical mechanism, — for such the
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • physical life on Earth have to breathe, have to be surrounded with
    • nothing but what is actually present in the physical world. More and
    • more do their words apply and refer only to things of the physical
    • as well as of physical things, unable to turn to the ideal which
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • firstly, so to permeate the physical body that we do not only desire
    • of the physical body the measure of control which ensures that the
    • physical body shall present no insuperable obstacle to the fulfilment
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    • physical and etheric bodies as active realities.
    • of sleep, into his physical existence. There are three faculties
    • physical world, to the fact that the human being has to acquire
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • sleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie resting in the physical
    • the physical and etheric bodies. But if, with the methods of
    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • physical and etheric bodies, the element of soul and spirit that is
    • and spirit out of the physical and etheric bodies and during the
    • communicated to the physical air, and thus naturally no physical tone
    • entirely within a kind of physical mechanism, — for such the
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • physical life on Earth have to breathe, have to be surrounded with
    • nothing but what is actually present in the physical world. More and
    • more do their words apply and refer only to things of the physical
    • as well as of physical things, unable to turn to the ideal which
    • imparts real aim to life and transcends physical existence, if in his
    • firstly, so to permeate the physical body that we do not only desire
    • of the physical body the measure of control which ensures that the
    • physical body shall present no insuperable obstacle to the fulfilment
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    • relation of man to the three worlds: the physical, the astral
    • and receive a physical body.
    • That the investing of the astral body with the physical body, composed
    • physical, and the spiritual. At the end of the second act, the
    • astral (Homunculus) has put on the physical envelope and this
    • assumed physical form, become a spiritually-endowed entity,
    • relationship between the physical and the spiritual natures of man?”
    • this side of it is the physical world, on the other side the
    • that is, in the physical world — dwells the serpent which
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    • relation of man to the three worlds: the physical, the astral
    • and receive a physical body.
    • That the investing of the astral body with the physical body, composed
    • physical, and the spiritual. At the end of the second act, the
    • astral (Homunculus) has put on the physical envelope and this
    • assumed physical form, become a spiritually-endowed entity,
    • relationship between the physical and the spiritual natures of man?”
    • this side of it is the physical world, on the other side the
    • that is, in the physical world — dwells the serpent which
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    • with our method of constructing a world out of chemical and physical
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    • with our method of constructing a world out of chemical and physical
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    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • which transcends the physical body. After a time we feel that the
    • physical rhythm of the breath he made himself one with the spiritual
    • the ether-body in turn permeates the physical body.
    • he unites with the physical substance provided by the father and
    • soul-and-spirit whence man has descended into physical existence
    • of man becomes clearly perceptible. His physical nature is recognised
    • astral and ‘I’ are woven into the physical body —
    • united, be it in the realm of spirit, of soul, or in the physical
    • through birth into physical existence. The soul has been living in
    • descent through birth into physical existence, is experienced as a
    • yearning for the physical world. This yearning subsequently becomes
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    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • which transcends the physical body. After a time we feel that the
    • physical rhythm of the breath he made himself one with the spiritual
    • the ether-body in turn permeates the physical body.
    • he unites with the physical substance provided by the father and
    • soul-and-spirit whence man has descended into physical existence
    • of man becomes clearly perceptible. His physical nature is recognised
    • astral and ‘I’ are woven into the physical body —
    • united, be it in the realm of spirit, of soul, or in the physical
    • through birth into physical existence. The soul has been living in
    • descent through birth into physical existence, is experienced as a
    • yearning for the physical world. This yearning subsequently becomes
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    • deeply convinced that not only are physical conditions on the Earth
    • whole. Just as in his physical life the human being is affected by
    • physical Saturn or the physical Mars, but he would have pondered in
    • subject to moods of depression which may even affect him physically.
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    • deeply convinced that not only are physical conditions on the Earth
    • whole. Just as in his physical life the human being is affected by
    • physical Saturn or the physical Mars, but he would have pondered in
    • subject to moods of depression which may even affect him physically.
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    • attempts are made to depict what comes to pass in the physical world of
    • be observed in the cosmic ether. In comparison with our physical
    • physical organs, but this other kind of therapy works effectively and
    • their physical reflection in the Moon and its light: the spiritual
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    • development of the physical body, exposes the whole of mankind to the
    • the human physical body. When the modern man is thinking, he has only
    • the physical body to help him. In earlier periods of earth-existence,
    • bound to the physical body. Not that the thoughts themselves arise out
    • of is the physical body — that, of course, is not the case. But
    • mirrored pictures. The physical body acts as the mirror and the human
    • knows what the physical body mirrors back to him of these thoughts. If
    • their roots in the spiritual world and are mirrored by the physical
    • in a distant future, the physical substance of the earth disperses into
    • Occult Science, when the physical substance of the
    • meaning of this passage, namely, that what surrounds us physically,
    • that can be seen with physical eyes are present only as indication.
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    • being after the spirit-and-soul had departed from his physical form.
    • recourse only to the intellect that is bound up with the physical
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    • what happens in the human physical body — so would the Initiate
    • physical body. And how did they acquire it?
    • with the human physical organisation. The inner, plastic force of the
    • resembles the physical organism. This was taught as an apotheosis of
    • physical organism this momentary birth of the ether-mummy and its
    • with the eye of spirit he would have seen not the physical substance
    • devices, man comes into contact with the physical nature-forces of the
    • the earth will no longer exist. Everything that is around our physical
    • physical bodies of men move over the earth ... All this will pass away.
    • and your physical body digest. All that is earthly bears within it the
    • the human physical body. But I have emphasised over and over again that
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    • worlds of soul-and-spirit into physical existence on the earth. In
    • being, merely from the aspect of mineral, physical, chemical forces,
    • formations. This cannot be pictured in the physical sense; something
    • embrace both the astronomical and the physical aspects, Goethe achieved
    • the ancient Egyptians when corpses of the physical human being lay
    • this today, as a means of perfecting the physical body, but in a form
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    • With his physical body, man lives in contact with the outer world of
    • picture of Man in his physical form as a being to whom the earth is not
    • in heights of the Spirits, not at the physical grave.
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    • between birth and death in a physical body, one takes along certain
    • the forces given by physical heredity, with what comes from father
    • short, with what unites itself with these purely physical substances
    • which belongs with the physical being. These things will explain
    • that, in addition to the physical body that we perceive through our
    • than the reality of the physical and physiological processes within
    • detail of the physical, chemical and physiological processes of
    • what speaks from the physical environment through sympathy or
    • impressions coming to us from the physical world, all intellectual
    • in the physical world. Particularly in regard to the way in which
    • ordinary physical world outside, so that when they perceive this
    • governed by time, just like the processes of the external physical
    • does not exist anywhere in the external physical world, and that very
    • glance behind the veil of physical phenomena, so that now we are able
    • being comes from the spiritual world and forms the physical-bodily
    • physical body begins to fade, after we have reached the climax of
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    • between birth and death in a physical body, one takes along certain
    • the forces given by physical heredity, with what comes from father
    • short, with what unites itself with these purely physical substances
    • which belongs with the physical being. These things will explain
    • that, in addition to the physical body that we perceive through our
    • than the reality of the physical and physiological processes within
    • detail of the physical, chemical and physiological processes of
    • what speaks from the physical environment through sympathy or
    • impressions coming to us from the physical world, all intellectual
    • in the physical world. Particularly in regard to the way in which
    • ordinary physical world outside, so that when they perceive this
    • governed by time, just like the processes of the external physical
    • does not exist anywhere in the external physical world, and that very
    • glance behind the veil of physical phenomena, so that now we are able
    • being comes from the spiritual world and forms the physical-bodily
    • physical body begins to fade, after we have reached the climax of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • when he lays aside the physical body, when his spiritual part is
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    • through our present physical conditions. Above all, we should bear in
    • especially the physical body of man. All other beings in our
    • environment have not attained to the perfection of man's physical
    • first foundation of man's physical body was laid upon Saturn. The
    • physical body, namely, the sense-organs. These apparatuses can be
    • grasped from a purely physical aspect and their first foundation
    • other purely physical apparatuses of the human being appeared on
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • exist. Physical apparatuses constituted the first basis of man's
    • physical body. Even as the emerald, the mica, etc. arise through
    • physical laws and develop in the form of cubes, hexæders, etc.,
    • Saturn a physical kingdom, which sent out into the world's spaces the
    • Saturn mass was as firm and solid as the physical bodies of to-day;
    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • of a physical body; they were embodied in heat-substance, and their
    • human stage upon Saturn did not possess a physical body as their
    • require a physical body. Their lowest member was the Ego, even as
    • to-day our lowest member is the physical body; then came their
    • the human being now consists of physical body, etheric body, astral
    • beginning implanted into the physical foundation of man's body the
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    • through our present physical conditions. Above all, we should bear in
    • especially the physical body of man. All other beings in our
    • environment have not attained to the perfection of man's physical
    • first foundation of man's physical body was laid upon Saturn. The
    • physical body, namely, the sense-organs. These apparatuses can be
    • grasped from a purely physical aspect and their first foundation
    • other purely physical apparatuses of the human being appeared on
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • exist. Physical apparatuses constituted the first basis of man's
    • physical body. Even as the emerald, the mica, etc. arise through
    • physical laws and develop in the form of cubes, hexæders, etc.,
    • Saturn a physical kingdom, which sent out into the world's spaces the
    • Saturn mass was as firm and solid as the physical bodies of to-day;
    • life-processes. The physical processes upon Saturn were real
    • of a physical body; they were embodied in heat-substance, and their
    • human stage upon Saturn did not possess a physical body as their
    • require a physical body. Their lowest member was the Ego, even as
    • to-day our lowest member is the physical body; then came their
    • the human being now consists of physical body, etheric body, astral
    • beginning implanted into the physical foundation of man's body the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • many people abandon the physical plane, at a comparatively early age
    • is that they call away many young lives from the physical plane.
    • physical body to the elements of the earth. When he passes through
    • recognises this truth in regard to the external world of physical
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • possesses the forces that might have enabled it to preserve physical
    • external physical body (we know this, for it is a trivial truth)
    • and younger, in the same degree in which the physical body grows
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • physical body, is, comparatively speaking, old, and in the course of
    • water and drowning? But this need not be true at all; a physical
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • from the physical body it grows large. Consequently we should not
    • shape, in which the physical body lies embedded. Even the true aspect
    • of the physical body cannot be recognised if we merely describe a
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • his physical body the human being is a wonderful structure. Those who
    • individual human being is placed into his physical existence; all the
    • hierarchies are at work on his physical body, a whole world of divine
    • Beings has the task of placing a human being into his physical
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    • many people abandon the physical plane, at a comparatively early age
    • is that they call away many young lives from the physical plane.
    • physical body to the elements of the earth. When he passes through
    • recognises this truth in regard to the external world of physical
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • possesses the forces that might have enabled it to preserve physical
    • external physical body (we know this, for it is a trivial truth)
    • and younger, in the same degree in which the physical body grows
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • physical body, is, comparatively speaking, old, and in the course of
    • water and drowning? But this need not be true at all; a physical
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • from the physical body it grows large. Consequently we should not
    • shape, in which the physical body lies embedded. Even the true aspect
    • of the physical body cannot be recognised if we merely describe a
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • his physical body the human being is a wonderful structure. Those who
    • individual human being is placed into his physical existence; all the
    • hierarchies are at work on his physical body, a whole world of divine
    • Beings has the task of placing a human being into his physical
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  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • together with his physical body. The fact of pre-existence was
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    • together with his physical body. The fact of pre-existence was
  • Title: Lecture: Entry of the Michael Forces
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    • physical inheritance — forces related to physical reproduction.
    • into the physical bodily nature of man. Michael, on the other hand,
    • right into the physical organisation. For Michael-men therefore
    • (if we may use this term), we must connect the physical phenomena of
    • see behind the scenes of this external, physical world which is
    • spiritual into the physical world. For you must remember, the entry
    • of Michael into the physical world was taking place in the last third
    • influenced by Michael will appear as an immediate, physically
    • creative, physically formative power.
    • vengeance in physical illnesses, physical accidents and the like.
    • enhanced. For Michael works right down into the physical sympathies
    • are not there to incarnate in physical bodies on the earth.
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    • physical inheritance — forces related to physical reproduction.
    • into the physical bodily nature of man. Michael, on the other hand,
    • right into the physical organisation. For Michael-men therefore
    • (if we may use this term), we must connect the physical phenomena of
    • see behind the scenes of this external, physical world which is
    • spiritual into the physical world. For you must remember, the entry
    • of Michael into the physical world was taking place in the last third
    • influenced by Michael will appear as an immediate, physically
    • creative, physically formative power.
    • vengeance in physical illnesses, physical accidents and the like.
    • enhanced. For Michael works right down into the physical sympathies
    • are not there to incarnate in physical bodies on the earth.
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    • however, he only sees them as physical objects, and it is difficult
    • spiritual things are just as real as the physical ones, — yes,
    • see should raise such objections. Among a group of physically
    • one who can see physically will be unable to disclose the concept,
    • physically blind. For to grasp this concept, the blind would have to
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    • however, he only sees them as physical objects, and it is difficult
    • spiritual things are just as real as the physical ones, — yes,
    • see should raise such objections. Among a group of physically
    • one who can see physically will be unable to disclose the concept,
    • physically blind. For to grasp this concept, the blind would have to
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • the soul-spiritual and the bodily-physical. The Greek words, or those
    • what constitutes, as it were, a physical self-knowledge, an insight
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • explanations that a cloud may be seen hovering over the physical body
    • has since then made the endeavour to descend to the physical world.
    • humanity, both soul-spiritually and physically.
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    • earthly lives, we brought over — partly through physical
    • particular energy that which also lived within him as physical human
    • the soul-spiritual and the bodily-physical. The Greek words, or those
    • what constitutes, as it were, a physical self-knowledge, an insight
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • explanations that a cloud may be seen hovering over the physical body
    • has since then made the endeavour to descend to the physical world.
    • humanity, both soul-spiritually and physically.
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    • existence in the physical body. But neither are they without
    • earth originates from those who are living in the physical body. The
    • dead are perpetually working into our physical world. The forces of
    • nevertheless at work in the physical world. Our physical environment
    • evolution on the earth. A time will come in the physical evolution of
    • incarnating in bodies derived from physical parents. In that epoch,
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • continuing to be held in the grip of physical incarnation. One of the
    • physical children. In order to make the picture graphic, I will put
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • proper for us in the physical body. Even the experiences gained by
    • formulating what happens here in the physical world.
    • presentation of the physical experience.
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • them as little as you could physically see the objects in a dark
    • physical world, is your body. It becomes a mirror, reflecting back to
    • that belongs to physical existence.
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    • existence in the physical body. But neither are they without
    • earth originates from those who are living in the physical body. The
    • dead are perpetually working into our physical world. The forces of
    • nevertheless at work in the physical world. Our physical environment
    • evolution on the earth. A time will come in the physical evolution of
    • incarnating in bodies derived from physical parents. In that epoch,
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • continuing to be held in the grip of physical incarnation. One of the
    • physical children. In order to make the picture graphic, I will put
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • proper for us in the physical body. Even the experiences gained by
    • formulating what happens here in the physical world.
    • presentation of the physical experience.
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • them as little as you could physically see the objects in a dark
    • physical world, is your body. It becomes a mirror, reflecting back to
    • that belongs to physical existence.
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    • becomes, let us say, chemical as Chemistry is today, physical as
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • human being such as he stands before us, here, in the physical world
    • physical world, and for this reason, I have frequently pointed out
    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • body, which we learn to know externally in the physical world through
    • be contemplated externally, just as the physical-sensory body can be
    • which we contemplate the physical body through our external senses,
    • to the fourth member which must be grasped in the physical world, to
    • us that what we designate as man's physical body is a very
    • the physical body, from the very beginning of earthly existence up to
    • up our physical body.
    • physical world, merely sees the external aspect of everything
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • sees this external aspect. We might say: Our ordinary physical
    • in the world, merely know of the physical body as much as we would
    • acquainted with the interior of the physical body! We know what it is
    • nothing but an external thing. Indeed, in the case of the physical
    • the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that way; nevertheless
    • with our physical body; its whole structure is super-sensible; the
    • super-sensible world has formed it, and when we look upon the physical
    • accessible to the physical-sensory contemplation. But when the human
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    • human being such as he stands before us, here, in the physical world
    • physical world, and for this reason, I have frequently pointed out
    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • body, which we learn to know externally in the physical world through
    • be contemplated externally, just as the physical-sensory body can be
    • which we contemplate the physical body through our external senses,
    • to the fourth member which must be grasped in the physical world, to
    • us that what we designate as man's physical body is a very
    • the physical body, from the very beginning of earthly existence up to
    • up our physical body.
    • physical world, merely sees the external aspect of everything
    • that lives within the physical body. Even ordinary science merely
    • sees this external aspect. We might say: Our ordinary physical
    • in the world, merely know of the physical body as much as we would
    • acquainted with the interior of the physical body! We know what it is
    • nothing but an external thing. Indeed, in the case of the physical
    • the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that way; nevertheless
    • with our physical body; its whole structure is super-sensible; the
    • super-sensible world has formed it, and when we look upon the physical
    • accessible to the physical-sensory contemplation. But when the human
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • enabled the human being to be a conqueror upon the physical plane)
    • of the physical plane, an elemental, heroic Being, the inspirator of
    • Just as man’s physical
    • powerful beings, that do not belong to the physical plane, but are
    • lives upon the physical plane, says that the western sea stretches
    • spiritual essence of the external physical aspect, we simply take
    • mould man, through the etheric body, in such away that his physical
    • etheric part of man and refines his physical part, namely, the liquid
    • earth and forms the physical part of man.
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    • enabled the human being to be a conqueror upon the physical plane)
    • of the physical plane, an elemental, heroic Being, the inspirator of
    • Just as man’s physical
    • powerful beings, that do not belong to the physical plane, but are
    • lives upon the physical plane, says that the western sea stretches
    • spiritual essence of the external physical aspect, we simply take
    • mould man, through the etheric body, in such away that his physical
    • etheric part of man and refines his physical part, namely, the liquid
    • earth and forms the physical part of man.
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    • awakening the consciousness which lies behind the physical world.
    • physical world surrounds him as with a black veil. In these moments
    • become as precious to man as his own body. The physical body of man
    • illusion. And just as man is dependent physically on the earth, so is
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    • awakening the consciousness which lies behind the physical world.
    • physical world surrounds him as with a black veil. In these moments
    • become as precious to man as his own body. The physical body of man
    • illusion. And just as man is dependent physically on the earth, so is
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    • everywhere, with colours and sounds as real as those of the physical
    • become visible on the physical plane because they do not reach down
    • as far as physical substance; their corporeality consists of astral
    • was to be the guiding principle for human beings on the physical
    • birth. Not only are we led physically and spiritually towards this
    • Spiritual and outer physical life, but people in general and, above
    • materialistic mentality to ruin the physical constitution too, then
    • now think of our astral and physical bodies. The physical body stands
    • within the physical world; the same physical and chemical forces
    • which work outside in Nature, work also in our physical body. The
    • have often said that the physical body of man is the most perfect and
    • The physical body is built “wisely and perfectly;” it is
    • an imprint of the highest wisdom. And if the physical body only were
    • on the Earth, then the physical world would be much more perfect.
    • There are no inferior functions in the physical body itself; they are
    • physical body accomplishes is sinful; the astral body alone is
    • sinful. The astral body works as the enemy of the physical body and
    • sinfulness, wrong-doing, are thereby evoked in the physical body. It
    • physical body during the course of the last 2000 years. The Christ,
    • whereby He could best render service to the physical body. The
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    • everywhere, with colours and sounds as real as those of the physical
    • become visible on the physical plane because they do not reach down
    • as far as physical substance; their corporeality consists of astral
    • was to be the guiding principle for human beings on the physical
    • birth. Not only are we led physically and spiritually towards this
    • Spiritual and outer physical life, but people in general and, above
    • materialistic mentality to ruin the physical constitution too, then
    • now think of our astral and physical bodies. The physical body stands
    • within the physical world; the same physical and chemical forces
    • which work outside in Nature, work also in our physical body. The
    • have often said that the physical body of man is the most perfect and
    • The physical body is built “wisely and perfectly;” it is
    • an imprint of the highest wisdom. And if the physical body only were
    • on the Earth, then the physical world would be much more perfect.
    • There are no inferior functions in the physical body itself; they are
    • physical body accomplishes is sinful; the astral body alone is
    • sinful. The astral body works as the enemy of the physical body and
    • sinfulness, wrong-doing, are thereby evoked in the physical body. It
    • physical body during the course of the last 2000 years. The Christ,
    • whereby He could best render service to the physical body. The
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    • physical observations. Seekers therefore turn to the invisible
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    • physical observations. Seekers therefore turn to the invisible
  • Title: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • the human etheric body as it is connected with the physical body. We shall
    • sketch the physical body as a kind of rind of the etheric body, though it
    • etheric and physical body, and there, belonging to them, as is understood, in
    • we are awake, that the astral body and ego are within the physical and
    • the instruments of the senses and their nerve extensions in the physical
    • and ego, which during the day, when we are awake, is within the physical and
    • physical body, and therefore the movements of the light-ether impinge
    • everywhere on the physical body. Through these impacts, the light movements
    • us through contact with the physical body that we are aware of them.
    • physical body is not there, that is when the body has passed through the
    • physical body to conceptions that are only possible in the physical body.
    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • which the experiences of the physical body had at one time aroused in it. The
    • possible for us always so to control the physical body as we could make
    • physical body, but the actual swayings and movements of the etheric body
    • impacts of the etheric body on the physical body?
    • Ahriman has shackled the physical body so firmly to the whole being of man,
    • compressed the physical body to the etheric body; and because the spirits
    • darkness. This is because the organisation of the physical body and etheric
    • Powers in the spiritual world, let me in my physical body be conscious in the
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    • the human etheric body as it is connected with the physical body. We shall
    • sketch the physical body as a kind of rind of the etheric body, though it
    • etheric and physical body, and there, belonging to them, as is understood, in
    • we are awake, that the astral body and ego are within the physical and
    • the instruments of the senses and their nerve extensions in the physical
    • and ego, which during the day, when we are awake, is within the physical and
    • physical body, and therefore the movements of the light-ether impinge
    • everywhere on the physical body. Through these impacts, the light movements
    • us through contact with the physical body that we are aware of them.
    • physical body is not there, that is when the body has passed through the
    • physical body to conceptions that are only possible in the physical body.
    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • which the experiences of the physical body had at one time aroused in it. The
    • possible for us always so to control the physical body as we could make
    • physical body, but the actual swayings and movements of the etheric body
    • impacts of the etheric body on the physical body?
    • Ahriman has shackled the physical body so firmly to the whole being of man,
    • compressed the physical body to the etheric body; and because the spirits
    • darkness. This is because the organisation of the physical body and etheric
    • Powers in the spiritual world, let me in my physical body be conscious in the
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    • however, only extends as far as the physical, etheric and astral
    • At death man first of all leaves his physical body behind him. Then
    • being to the physical world. So if man wants to enter Devachan, he
    • must first learn to forget all that binds him to the physical world.
    • memories of the physical world. Just as worries can torment man when
    • of the physical world do the achievements and fruits of his previous
    • physical world, and then the physical world hovers in front of him
    • forgetting, we have rid ourselves of all connection with the physical
    • with physical life vanishes in Kamaloca, these events appear in quite
    • psychologically and physically, I am of no use to the world. We can
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    • science holding the opinion that man consists merely of a physical
    • as a whole and not to one part of him only, namely the physical body.
    • of a physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, even if people
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego play in the healthy
    • blood, even physical blood, in an entirely different manner from any
    • other organ of man's physical body, because these other organs are
    • expression, the physical counterpart, of the etheric body, then even
    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • physical substance blood is something that you cannot examine
    • physically in its totality at all, because when you are able to see
    • cannot be looked at physically, for the moment it is exposed to view
    • blood on the physical plane. These things will only gradually be
    • the astral body, the first thing we notice physically is a certain
    • illness that are chronic and which originate from the physical point
    • connected physically with the blood and spiritually with the ego.
    • physical body itself, having to do with the physical body, and these
    • physical body. The basis of these illnesses is not physical but very
    • astral body, the etheric body and the physical body, and also from
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    • can enquire into such a meaning, for physical evolution receives its
    • meaning from higher worlds. As long as we are in the physical world,
    • our world, we must step beyond the physical world and enter the
    • individualisation was pushed back to the arising of the physical
    • looked up to the sun he did not see the physical ball of the sun but
    • passions and instincts aroused in the physical world. We must look
    • for this incitement in the physical world after human beings had
    • times — happened when physical consciousness was actually
    • human beings have in physical life. Whilst in earlier times man still
    • in the physical world and perceive the world through their senses,
    • experiences in the physical world. Every time the sexes glow with
    • and the physical body is the most divine of all; it is God's temple,
    • of desires that have a harmful effect on the physical body, even
    • today his physical body is still such a wonderful instrument that it
    • the physical body. Now we will understand a number of things that
    • physical body. Now what is the significance of man giving his
    • physical body a mineral medicament? Please note that we are not going
    • possible to divert the attention from the whole physical body. Then
    • have suggested away the physical body through strongly negative
    • body and the latter on the physical body and gradually destroy it.
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    • understood when we know that he has a fourfold structure of physical
    • physical body, etheric body and so on are connected with one another
    • a man lies asleep, the physical and etheric bodies lie in bed and the
    • the physical body now. But the physical body with its nerves and
    • human being's sleeping physical body are also within the human being
    • universal cosmic astral body which interpenetrates the physical and
    • processes are rhythmically repeated in the physical body too, however
    • observation. If the physical body were entirely left to itself this
    • a circling. The rhythms man would carry out in his physical body, for
    • course, with the external physical, purely spatial processes that
    • twelve times seven times four that the rhythm of the physical body
    • external symbol for these changes in the physical body if you think
    • fill both physical and spiritual space with their deeds, that these
    • the physical body already began on ancient Saturn. The incorporating
    • of the etheric body into the physical body, in such a way that the
    • of a physical nature is an expression of those beings — had to
    • create the outer physical movement in accordance with their own inner
    • arises out of the rhythm that was implanted into the physical body
    • long ages before the physical constellation existed. Thus the spatial
    • see how everything that is physical around us is actually an outcome
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    • between man's ego, astral body, etheric body and physical body. What
    • the objects of the physical sense world appear round you again. You
    • mind what was said the time before last. With the physical body it is
    • a person who sees behind the scenes of existence, behind the physical
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • man's higher members, so that each physical organ expresses the
    • penetrate a little way beneath the surface of the physical sense
    • fact that what we call the four members of man, physical body,
    • is ten times twenty-eight and the physical body is as it were back at
    • regulated by the physical, the more the old rhythm was preserved; but
    • that man has four members of his being: physical body, etheric body,
    • body into buddhi or life-spirit and the principle of physical man
    • scheme: physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. You know,
    • we know of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego,
    • count those that form the foundation of these, namely the physical
    • evolutionary phases add up to seven. Our physical body as it is
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • the physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego, enables us to
    • complexes of the physical body itself. That is, the ego has its chief
    • physical equivalent in the blood, the astral body in the nervous
    • glandular system, and the physical body represents itself. Then we
    • therefore have their physical manifestation in irregularities in the
    • the glandular system, and that it is in the physical body that we
    • physical body being there. He has, as it were, laid that aside. This
    • aside as well as his physical body, hence this combination of ego,
    • astral body without man being bound to a physical body. This is the
    • physical body and physical existence altogether.
    • moment of death. For he has laid aside only the physical body, the
    • whilst he was alive it was through the instrument of the physical
    • satisfaction. This is felt as a kind of thirst for physical life
    • accustomed to time being absolute, like it is on the physical plane.
    • is, in the physical world, where the injury was done. The force of
    • these forces of heredity. His physical and etheric body inherit the
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    • already united with his physical bodily nature before birth, so you
    • expression of the characteristics of his physical ancestors but also
    • human physical body, has to be more mobile within itself than an
    • from out of his ego this also appears physically in the expression of
    • will work with less force on the etheric and physical bodies,
    • normal. Laughter, therefore, is nothing else than the physical or
    • the other hand man's physical body and also his etheric body were
    • so on. But if an astral body is joined to a physical and etheric body
    • the physical and etheric bodies create a tremendous hindrance. It
    • horse would want to compress the astral body but the physical and
    • so he had right at the beginning to receive the kind of physical body
    • physical and the etheric body can be mobile within themselves, proper
    • and not yet exercise proper mastery over the physical and etheric
    • body. We can see this in the fact that the physical and etheric
    • human nature in their physical and etheric bodies but have at the
    • spiritual world behind the physical, and that what appears in human
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    • school from the observation of purely physical, material conditions,
    • was already in a physical body at the time when the sun was still
    • had the kind of physical body like you can imagine if you picture man
    • descend, as it were, and to incarnate in a physical human form in
    • physical bodies that swarmed about on the earth below. From a
    • physical form they showed a lower form of humanity. They lived in an
    • are really very little developed with regard to their physical
    • but underdeveloped physical bodies; beings that as it were could
    • physical bodies were sleepy. Yet because they were led as though by
    • their physical bodies, and their etheric bodies interpenetrated their
    • physical bodies most deeply. A present-day man with eyes of the
    • physical human beings, whilst he would reckon the northern peoples to
    • which, in Lemurian times, descended into physical bodies in the
    • who entered more into physical bodies, then they had to descend
    • take on the physical human form of the Lemurian people.
    • matter, into the physical. What would have happened if no change had
    • would not have been able to descend at all into physical bodies. And
    • died out. Having descended too soon into a physical body, they fell
    • physical bodies, and that other equatorial population with strongly
    • developed physical bodies and less developed etheric bodies, of these
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    • physical world when he leaves his mother's body and frees himself of
    • the physical maternal sheath. But we know that when this has happened
    • outer world, just as the physical body is enveloped until birth in a
    • physical maternal sheath. At the change of teeth this etheric sheath
    • its physical and etheric body here in the physical world, whereas its
    • astral body is outside it; but only the physical and etheric body
    • within it. The plant emerges from the seed, forms its physical body,
    • develop after puberty. It has accomplished its task in the physical
    • not penetrated into the physical body to the same extent as in the
    • their astral body is not yet entirely within their physical body.
    • Then the plant has nothing else to develop in the physical world, and
    • astral body of the animal has no ego within it in the physical world.
    • in the physical world. What the animal possesses as astral body has a
    • physical bodies, that passes from one incarnation to another. If this
    • able to take anything with him at his physical death, from his last
    • observes the fully grown lily of the valley, it sees the physical
    • physical body of the plant and does not differ from it very much. But
    • that although the physical seed is small it is permeated by a
    • with a tail. The physical seed is really only a denser point in the
    • When he has the seed in front of him where the physical part is very
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    • the spiritual world. Activity in the physical world, quietude in the
    • into the physical body is essential.
    • remain in his astral, etheric and physical bodies; the forces able to
    • physical world and the spiritual world. Possibilities which do not
    • become reality on the physical plane exist as forces and effects in
    • creation of an actual link between the physical and spiritual worlds.
    • Copernicus men had eyes only for physical globes in space. Kepler's
    • rest of the physical body. At a certain stage of development,
    • physical mobility can be held still while complete mobility of the
    • after death, also inability to mould the physical organs efficiently
    • beings who send down to the physical world forces that promote
    • in the physical body on Earth. Relationship with the Buddha can be
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    • The Spiritual Hierarchies and their Reflection in the Physical World
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    • the spiritual world. Activity in the physical world, quietude in the
    • into the physical body is essential.
    • inevitable on the physical plane, namely, the time factor. Hence I
    • living on the physical plane to the spiritual worlds has changed from
    • physical body in a way that enables him to participate in the
    • difference between conditions in the spiritual world and the physical
    • opposite of conditions in the physical world. Here is one example:
    • If, on the physical plane, something is to be brought about by us, we
    • have to be active, to use our hands, to move our physical body from
    • bring about something in the physical world. In the spiritual worlds
    • tranquillity corresponds to busy activity on the physical plane. The
    • less we bestir ourselves on the physical plane, the less we can bring
    • examples in history. The inner connection between Norbert's physical
    • in life on the physical plane has its counterpart in the spiritual
    • to envisage it. For just as man on the physical plane needs a brain
    • now, to agitate in the way that is customary on the physical plane
    • by busy activity on the physical plane, but primarily by having some
    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • any illumination shining down into our physical world; but it is
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
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    • remain in his astral, etheric and physical bodies; the forces able to
    • his physical and etheric bodies. Again collisions take place —
    • now with the physical and etheric bodies. A person who is able —
    • is implanted in the physical body, etheric body and astral body and
    • destruction that ultimately brings about death in the physical world.
    • physical bodies. But because of this, our relation to those bodies is
    • But in the case of the astral, etheric and physical
    • responsible remains in his astral, etheric and physical bodies but he
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies as they were at the end of our
    • astral, etheric and physical bodies, and to make them of use for a
    • everything transitory in physical things and in man himself is after
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    • physical world and the spiritual world. Possibilities which do not
    • become reality on the physical plane exist as forces and effects in
    • creation of an actual link between the physical and spiritual worlds.
    • another physical incarnation. There is only the remotest possibility
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • although a human being casts off physical body and etheric body at
    • up from the physical plane is something that can be a factor in
    • physical world, not directly from the spiritual world.
    • gap between the physical and the spiritual worlds, and that will
    • to him from the spiritual world. The bridge between the physical
    • of the fact that our world consists of physical existence and
    • superphysical, spiritual existence; furthermore that man is on Earth
    • not only to gather for himself the fruits of physical existence
    • into the superphysical world what can be gained and can exist only on
    • the physical plane. If for some justifiable reason or, let us say,
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • This is one aspect of mediation between the physical
    • possible in the other direction, from the spiritual to the physical
    • physical plane? At the present time the possibility of this is very
    • slight because on the physical plane human beings live for the most
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    • Copernicus men had eyes only for physical globes in space. Kepler's
    • human being which at death leaves the physical body and, to a
    • the forces of the Earth during his physical life and his connection
    • existence, that is to say when he has left his physical and etheric
    • his Ego and astral body when these members are outside his physical
    • to his physical body. Nor does he become free from the physical body
    • death. As long as the physical body remains alive, the union is
    • body and the physical and etheric bodies.
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and Ego. This connection can
    • Figure A. Waking state. The physical body is indicated
    • bound up with the physical and etheric bodies than is the case during
    • physical and etheric bodies in the bed and goes forth with his astral
    • which we say that during sleep it leaves the physical and etheric
    • is customary in physical life. When they experienced, for example,
    • the physical stars implanted in a mighty spiritual Being whom they
    • a physical animal on the Earth. This experience of the passage of the
    • space and drew figures of these Beings, inscribing physical stars as
    • and rebirth than is our present physical consciousness. When it is
    • physical and etheric bodies and there is not the slightest reason for
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    • physical body but can continue his work in purely spiritual worlds.
    • Initiation are able to establish relationship not only with physical
    • metaphorically. Among the Teachers present in the School in physical
    • incarnations there was one who did not work in a physical body and
    • the abandonment of any direct bond with the physical and earthly,
    • which we bring back again into physical existence through birth. And
    • any forces that would have inspired souls during physical life to
    • sphere at that particular time could grasp only the physical and
    • needed to appear in a physical incarnation: this was Gautama Buddha,
    • with earthly existence, liberation from physical incarnation. This
    • physical incarnation. But in accordance with the great Plan designed
    • will realise that before human souls pass into physical existence
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    • rest of the physical body. At a certain stage of development,
    • physical mobility can be held still while complete mobility of the
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and the ‘I’ or
    • leaves behind him, first of all, his physical body; then, after a
    • period between birth and death in the physical body, through the
    • about this ‘I’ of man in the physical body, which they
    • finding his bearings in the physical world. Which part of him is most
    • head is the most fully developed of all the physical organs, even in
    • rest of man's physical body. If we observe the human head with
    • and, for example, the hand. When we move a hand, the physical hand
    • hold the physical hands still and move the etheric hands only. To
    • obsolete. Repose of the physical body is the requirement of modern
    • keeping his physical hands still while engaging in all kinds of
    • corresponding physical part remains immobile. This organ is the brain
    • clairvoyant who while he holds his physical hands still, moves the
    • we can say that when the human being passes into physical existence
    • living in a physical body, he dies and passes into the other period
    • disappear when he is already in the physical world; but they become
    • all-important when he has laid aside his physical body. During his
    • moulded the physical brain. But everything of which he is aware
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    • man's life between birth and death in the physical world on the one
    • the course of man's physical life — about which something has
    • they begin in connection with the most physical, the most external
    • development is connected primarily with the physical body, then for
    • the Ego. We know that man received the germ of his physical body from
    • from within outwards until the growth of the physical form is
    • the physical body.
    • from which it is evident that on the physical plane too, between
    • they encountered physically. Reference to an intangible ‘something’
    • said that the physical increase of humanity over the Earth during the
    • different periods, leads back finally to the physical body of Adam —
    • the physical evolution of mankind from Adam onwards? Naturally, the
    • evolution of souls! The physical bodies which have descended from
    • Greeks who lived a fully satisfying life on the physical plane; but
    • Hence Paul could say: just as the physical bodies of men
    • the physical body or to live on Earth with no other wishes or desires
    • than for a purely physical life, and so would have become more and
    • in that sphere because they are active here, on the physical plane,
    • weight and influence than the purely physical qualities. And it will
    • physical will have to be taken into account. Physical qualities will
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    • Whereas through physical perception of the world we see
    • Now the human body — and here I mean the physical
    • individual enters into physical existence there is a mysterious
    • his later earthly existence. The physical body which a man has on
    • Earth does not by any means derive in all details from the physical
    • the Earth. The physical body we bear is in itself fourfold. It has
    • processes the physical body has undergone many changes. Thus we have
    • Moon conditions. Our physical human body is the product of
    • transformed physical conditions. The only part of all this that is
    • invisible. Man's physical body is visible because he takes in the
    • quarter of the physical human body; the other three-quarters are
    • physical body becomes visible. And it is only when we come to deal
    • conception, the first physical atom of the human being comes into
    • being has been prepared in past ages without any physical connection
    • to be seen when we gaze at the starry heavens or at the physical
    • world with vision dependent in any respect upon the physical body.
    • from the standpoint of our physical senses only, but far greater
    • existence when he enters the physical world through birth.
    • it is then that we realise for the first time why the physical body —
    • human beings enter into physical existence. For the greater part of
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    • after death, also inability to mould the physical organs efficiently
    • beings who send down to the physical world forces that promote
    • in the physical body on Earth. Relationship with the Buddha can be
    • life in the super-sensible world and passes into physical existence
    • physical existence through birth. Our whole earthly existence depends
    • upon our physical body possessing organs which enable us to come in
    • touch with the outer physical world, to act and moreover to think in
    • If, here in the physical world, we do not possess the
    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • are fitted for life in the physical world only when we bring with us
    • the Beings who can endow us with the forces we need for our physical
    • during physical incarnation on Earth. If, at death, we bear with us
    • wonderful it is — of pouring, infusing into the physical world
    • physical world forces that help life to flourish. It is nothing but a
    • materialistic superstition to believe that physical hygiene and
    • Everything that happens in physical life is directed by the beings
    • physical world forces which in a certain way work freely, upon human
    • and growth, from the higher worlds into this physical world. And when
    • becomes aware that in physical life on Earth there are two ways in
    • super-sensible world into our physical world, to become a servant of
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    • aside the physical body, then the etheric body, and then expands and
    • Earth. In the physical body on Earth the soul has experiences which
    • thoughts that are dependent upon the physical instrument of the
    • rids himself of all longing to be connected with a physical body,
    • with the physical body which was his in the last incarnation. While a
    • physical bodily organisation and of physical conditions on the Earth
    • in general. The archetypes of physical life on Earth appear as a kind
    • the physical, corporeal reality as a unity, to which we have
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    • that by which the physical instrument of man on earth must be
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    • that are fundamental to human evolution, and with what physical and
    • into our physical world.
    • On this physical plane there is no need to be aware,
    • physical plane. We are persuaded that in no previous age and among no
    • draw back from the physical world, you may disbelieve in a spiritual
    • you may shut out all physical impressions — with thoughts you can live
    • Then why should thought be there at all? The physical
    • spiritual developed side by side with everything physical.” And
    • also the way in which your thinking as physical man tries to explain
    • him, this thinking belongs to the thirty-first Aeon, to the physical
    • Divine Sophia. As in the propagation of physical life the sexes are
    • hidden worlds for that which appeared in the Maya of the physical
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    • and there, but it was not a physical body. Because of the difficulty
    • of conceiving how the Christ could have been united with a physical
    • people thought He had gone about in a physical body, this was
    • shows us the spreading of Christianity on the physical plane. We must
    • look behind the physical plane at the spiritual conflict whereby the
    • this supra-physical deed something of endless value was accomplished
    • physically embodied being has a relationship with the elemental
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    • the physical Earth, but in pre-earthly spiritual realms. And then,
    • planets into physical bodies, the development of their senses would
    • At this time the physical nature of man was in order.
    • physical sun withdraws towards the south; in a spiritual sense it is
    • Earth. For Apollo was never physically embodied, but he worked
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    • the physical sun goes to the south. The myths are seen to be
    • Even if we take only the physical sun into account, we find that its
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    • within it ... so that with physical sight one saw the gold-gleaming
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    • physical rays of the sun fall on the moon. The illuminated part of
    • dark Host: physically, this is the dark part not reached by the sun's
    • something does nevertheless pass through the physical matter. This
    • as the sun's physical power is; it goes through; and because it
    • reflected the physical power of the sun. The Spirit of the sun rests
    • in the vessel of the sun's physical power. So in truth the
    • relation to the Christ, then in what the moon does physically an
    • materialistic geology portrays it, purely physical and mineral, but a
    • East He returned to the West. His external physical covering came
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    • physical body — spiritual science must set up in contrast the
    • spiritual science must place over against the outer physical body what
    • physical body are present and equally active in his environment, it
    • first appears in man's physical body after he passes through the gate
    • of death. Man brings these forces and substances into the physical
    • etheric forces which counteract the decay of the physical substance,
    • the physical. As our study today will soon convince us, for an
    • to man's physical body, we mention a higher one too. For in life
    • this physical body contains all that belongs to his physical
    • is asleep what we see belongs to the physical body and the activity of
    • the physical world. This means that when the man lies on his bed we
    • have the physical and etheric bodies for us, but sharply divided from
    • purely physical structure, but it tells us besides that all we reckon
    • knit to the life of soul, is closely knit to the physical body that, as
    • conscious, must be sought in the etheric underlying physical body. To
    • the physical, we should admit that everyday life has to offer us proof
    • of the independence of memory from the physical body.
    • we, as men belonging to the physical world, must first depend on our
    • depends on the physical body and the state of its health, but above all
    • say that the etheric inside the physical body also has an independent
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    • physical body — spiritual science must set up in contrast the
    • spiritual science must place over against the outer physical body what
    • physical body are present and equally active in his environment, it
    • first appears in man's physical body after he passes through the gate
    • of death. Man brings these forces and substances into the physical
    • etheric forces which counteract the decay of the physical substance,
    • the physical. As our study today will soon convince us, for an
    • to man's physical body, we mention a higher one too. For in life
    • this physical body contains all that belongs to his physical
    • is asleep what we see belongs to the physical body and the activity of
    • the physical world. This means that when the man lies on his bed we
    • have the physical and etheric bodies for us, but sharply divided from
    • purely physical structure, but it tells us besides that all we reckon
    • knit to the life of soul, is closely knit to the physical body that, as
    • conscious, must be sought in the etheric underlying physical body. To
    • the physical, we should admit that everyday life has to offer us proof
    • of the independence of memory from the physical body.
    • we, as men belonging to the physical world, must first depend on our
    • depends on the physical body and the state of its health, but above all
    • say that the etheric inside the physical body also has an independent
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    • namely, the first rudiments of our physical bodily nature. What we
    • uncover the forces which at that time worked upon our physical body.
    • physical observation as well as from the historical observation
    • be seen when we confront a man in the physical world.
    • in the physical world, we have the physical body as coming from the
    • Earth existence through his physical birth, it is active before the
    • external physical ray of light can penetrate his eye, it is active
    • external physical human being; in what grows from the ovum, becoming
    • here, we have to do with the complete human being, with his physical
    • Physical Body
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • in the physical body, we have something that is not so spiritual, so
    • Physical body
    • Physical body
    • within them what the Sun-evolution laid down in their physical and
    • physical body and this as we know ends at death.
    • that not alone the etheric, but the physical body too gave rise to
    • lives on the physical plane: for seven years he develops the physical
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • man's development on the physical plane from birth to death so
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    • namely, the first rudiments of our physical bodily nature. What we
    • uncover the forces which at that time worked upon our physical body.
    • physical observation as well as from the historical observation
    • be seen when we confront a man in the physical world.
    • in the physical world, we have the physical body as coming from the
    • Earth existence through his physical birth, it is active before the
    • external physical ray of light can penetrate his eye, it is active
    • external physical human being; in what grows from the ovum, becoming
    • here, we have to do with the complete human being, with his physical
    • Physical Body
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • in the physical body, we have something that is not so spiritual, so
    • Physical body
    • Physical body
    • within them what the Sun-evolution laid down in their physical and
    • physical body and this as we know ends at death.
    • that not alone the etheric, but the physical body too gave rise to
    • lives on the physical plane: for seven years he develops the physical
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • man's development on the physical plane from birth to death so
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    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
    • When we speak of the Moon as a physical body in the heavens, its
    • physical nature is only the external, the most external, revelation
    • man and are connected with his sexual nature in its physical aspect.
    • problem of existence are unsuccessful because of physical, etheric,
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
    • not interested in things of a physical, material nature as such, but
    • physical existence. Venus provides the forces for the basic qualities
    • generation by way of the physical.
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    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
    • When we speak of the Moon as a physical body in the heavens, its
    • physical nature is only the external, the most external, revelation
    • man and are connected with his sexual nature in its physical aspect.
    • problem of existence are unsuccessful because of physical, etheric,
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
    • not interested in things of a physical, material nature as such, but
    • physical existence. Venus provides the forces for the basic qualities
    • generation by way of the physical.
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    • something which is connected with his physical, bodily being, he
    • regard to external physical life: the human beings felt, as it were,
    • perceived physically.
    • our life, in so far as we are human beings of the physical cosmos.
    • important for our life within a physical body; our physical life is,
    • interrupted, we would not be able to live, physically. A respiration
    • that we ourselves, as physical beings that pass through the length of
    • consider, our physical body, we have within this physical body which
    • physical body, his etheric body, his astral body, his ego —
    • a physical body, we really mean, when speaking of man's physical
    • and gaseous. All this constitutes man's physical body. When we speak
    • compared with a physical body. But its physical body does not contain
    • alkaline substances, nor any solid parts; the physical body of the
    • physical body, except that its ingredients are different. Instead of
    • the physical body (for then, it is not in the same meaning of the
    • word, a physical body): Air, Warmth, Light and Tone. — This
    • part which corresponds to the physical body of the Russian Folk-Soul
    • not only reverberate, I might say, physically, but it
    • penetrates into the earth; of course, not into the coarse, physical
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    • something which is connected with his physical, bodily being, he
    • regard to external physical life: the human beings felt, as it were,
    • perceived physically.
    • our life, in so far as we are human beings of the physical cosmos.
    • important for our life within a physical body; our physical life is,
    • interrupted, we would not be able to live, physically. A respiration
    • that we ourselves, as physical beings that pass through the length of
    • consider, our physical body, we have within this physical body which
    • physical body, his etheric body, his astral body, his ego —
    • a physical body, we really mean, when speaking of man's physical
    • and gaseous. All this constitutes man's physical body. When we speak
    • compared with a physical body. But its physical body does not contain
    • alkaline substances, nor any solid parts; the physical body of the
    • physical body, except that its ingredients are different. Instead of
    • the physical body (for then, it is not in the same meaning of the
    • word, a physical body): Air, Warmth, Light and Tone. — This
    • part which corresponds to the physical body of the Russian Folk-Soul
    • not only reverberate, I might say, physically, but it
    • penetrates into the earth; of course, not into the coarse, physical
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    • the borders of the physical world, the surfaces of single objects. A
    • to the fact that after two million years the earth as a physical
    • soul-spiritual element just as we stand in the physical,
    • sense-perceptible world with our physical body. Spiritual science is
    • spiritual world that permeates everything physical to the actual,
    • birth, or let us say, conception, until our physical death. It also
    • connection with the physical brain that provides the ground for all
    • enters into connection with the physical through our being conceived
    • world to descend into the physical. Whoever really keeps in mind the
    • birth and death and those which, because all physical existence has
    • makes death the foundation, just as physical investigation is based
    • beings, and human beings, in so far as they are physical beings
    • in the physical body; we can wait for what comes after death.”
    • in the physical body, which is able to extend into the consciousness
    • physical conceptions grasped by the senses, as often happens in the
    • of what a person is inwardly. A person born physically in Europe
    • born into physically as his environment, so to a certain extent he
    • properly in the physical body because our physical body is, as it
    • can thus work properly in the physical body when we are present in
    • the physical world, we cannot do so if we hold to the physical world
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    • the physical plane take up conceptions coming primarily from the
    • earthly, into the physical region in which the human being resides in
    • within this physical world by those persons who, through their life
    • in the physical body, confined themselves to the earthly-physical
    • as now spiritual science must appear. A different physical view of
    • called erroneous today. This view believed that the physical
    • physical-sensible existence and prevented from rising appropriately
    • ordinary conceptions of the physical world it must be said that the
    • This then works back onto the physical-sensible world, which is
    • spiritual world, even when we are here on the physical plane.
    • however, the working together of the physical world with the
    • the mere physical earth, to being united also with what the physical
    • The physical earth
    • the physical body. When we have passed through the portal of death,
    • physical body; it is a feeling, which here in the physical world is
    • gains here in the physical world through sensory perception, through
    • life with physical being. Love is already enkindled through the
    • understanding that is developed here in the physical world for this
    • physical world. And precisely such experiences as the experience of
    • people entangle themselves all the more in the physical-sensible, in
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    • to light, as well as those of the physical world which can be
    • presented by the physical world are partly solved by gaining an
    • with the physical world, makes us, as it were, confident that also
    • physical bodies, other connections arise, which are far more
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • two human beings in the physical world. If we turn the clairvoyant
    • behind in the physical world, and the one who has passed through the
    • common, here, in the physical world; plans and hopes for the future
    • able to have within the physical body. The fact that grief and sorrow
    • through the fact that we have both lived in a physical body. Just as
    • another in our physical bodies, flow into the stream of karma, into
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • who remains behind, in the physical world.
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • which has been formed here, in the physical world. If we investigate
    • physical world; below the threshold of consciousness this gives rise
    • relationships. Had these people remained together in the physical
    • death from the standpoint of our physical life upon the earth, but
    • definite moment of our physical life, so the contemplation of death
    • Perhaps you know that in our physical life we can often
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    • to light, as well as those of the physical world which can be
    • presented by the physical world are partly solved by gaining an
    • with the physical world, makes us, as it were, confident that also
    • physical bodies, other connections arise, which are far more
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • two human beings in the physical world. If we turn the clairvoyant
    • behind in the physical world, and the one who has passed through the
    • common, here, in the physical world; plans and hopes for the future
    • able to have within the physical body. The fact that grief and sorrow
    • through the fact that we have both lived in a physical body. Just as
    • another in our physical bodies, flow into the stream of karma, into
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • who remains behind, in the physical world.
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • which has been formed here, in the physical world. If we investigate
    • physical world; below the threshold of consciousness this gives rise
    • relationships. Had these people remained together in the physical
    • death from the standpoint of our physical life upon the earth, but
    • definite moment of our physical life, so the contemplation of death
    • Perhaps you know that in our physical life we can often
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    • we are connected through the physical body — its experiences
    • and perceptions — with the physical world.
    • world to which we direct our will-impulses for which the physical
    • kingdom, as physical human beings, we receive few imaginations. We
    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • relations to the physical world inasmuch as it is inserted in a
    • physical body, so does this etheric entity, which is as it were the
    • than human beings or animals in the physical — beings, however,
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • who are still in the physical world. For only by his transmitting it
    • physical, have perceptions of the dead in terms of what we call
    • into the feelings of the physical survivors, partaking in their grief
    • living in the physical world are not only woven around by the
    • beings living with them in the physical body. Whether we know it or
    • in our physical life, in the physical body, we are related to the air
    • outside the physical and the etheric; when our body that lies there
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • physical, or even in an etheric, body. They live — as in their
    • the world than we are in our physical body. Hence there are certain
    • develop for our life in the physical body — our many and varied
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    • we are connected through the physical body — its experiences
    • and perceptions — with the physical world.
    • world to which we direct our will-impulses for which the physical
    • kingdom, as physical human beings, we receive few imaginations. We
    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • relations to the physical world inasmuch as it is inserted in a
    • physical body, so does this etheric entity, which is as it were the
    • than human beings or animals in the physical — beings, however,
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • who are still in the physical world. For only by his transmitting it
    • physical, have perceptions of the dead in terms of what we call
    • into the feelings of the physical survivors, partaking in their grief
    • living in the physical world are not only woven around by the
    • beings living with them in the physical body. Whether we know it or
    • in our physical life, in the physical body, we are related to the air
    • outside the physical and the etheric; when our body that lies there
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • physical, or even in an etheric, body. They live — as in their
    • the world than we are in our physical body. Hence there are certain
    • develop for our life in the physical body — our many and varied
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    • threshold while it is outside the physical body and must then return
    • into the physical body, exercising in a healthy way the faculties
    • which lead it to the right observation of the physical sense world.
    • were to go back into the physical world keeping his etheric body as
    • take part in this everchanging existence outside the physical body if
    • it wants to unfold itself there. Then in the physical sense world we
    • capable of metamorphosis, to sink down into the physical body.
    • Through this physical body I am a definite personality in the
    • physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My physical
    • body stamps my personality upon me; the physical body and the
    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • physical body, the mobility of the etheric body is restrained only
    • physical encasement, its powers of movement are held together and
    • physical body as if into a tote bag, it would always be impelled to
    • over into the physical world this desire of its etheric body for
    • rather loosely into the physical body, and thus the soul can come
    • into contradiction with the physical world that wants to shape it
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • Scandinavian bank executive, thanks to his physical body, but because
    • his etheric brings over into the physical world the impulse to free
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    • threshold while it is outside the physical body and must then return
    • into the physical body, exercising in a healthy way the faculties
    • which lead it to the right observation of the physical sense world.
    • were to go back into the physical world keeping his etheric body as
    • take part in this everchanging existence outside the physical body if
    • it wants to unfold itself there. Then in the physical sense world we
    • capable of metamorphosis, to sink down into the physical body.
    • Through this physical body I am a definite personality in the
    • physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My physical
    • body stamps my personality upon me; the physical body and the
    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • physical body, the mobility of the etheric body is restrained only
    • physical encasement, its powers of movement are held together and
    • physical body as if into a tote bag, it would always be impelled to
    • over into the physical world this desire of its etheric body for
    • rather loosely into the physical body, and thus the soul can come
    • into contradiction with the physical world that wants to shape it
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • Scandinavian bank executive, thanks to his physical body, but because
    • his etheric brings over into the physical world the impulse to free
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    • insight into the fact that within the physical-soul-spiritual
    • If one has in mind their physical aspect only, when speaking about
    • they are referred to today, all one has in mind is how the physical
    • lot more. So counting them as one would on the physical plane is no
    • are needed, physical ones do not suffice, so one resorts to
    • the sky is not merely the physical sun, but that with the sun's
    • As already mentioned, whatever physical laws are discovered,
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    • insight into the fact that within the physical-soul-spiritual
    • If one has in mind their physical aspect only, when speaking about
    • they are referred to today, all one has in mind is how the physical
    • lot more. So counting them as one would on the physical plane is no
    • are needed, physical ones do not suffice, so one resorts to
    • the sky is not merely the physical sun, but that with the sun's
    • As already mentioned, whatever physical laws are discovered,
  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • us, here in the physical world, as an expression of his whole being.
    • presents himself to us in the physical world; and for this reason, I
    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • externally in the physical world through our senses and the
    • just as the physical-sensory body can be contemplated externally
    • manner in the same way in which we contemplate the physical body
    • grasped in the physical world, to the ego. With these four members of
    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • contributed to this development of the physical body, from the very
    • of development therefore built up our physical body.
    • accessible to us in the physical world merely sees the external
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • ordinary physical contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • physical body! We know what it is like, because we have frequently
    • the case of the physical body, this spatial interior is far more
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • connected with our physical body. Its whole structure is
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • it is neither visible nor accessible to the physical-sensory
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    • us, here in the physical world, as an expression of his whole being.
    • presents himself to us in the physical world; and for this reason, I
    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • externally in the physical world through our senses and the
    • just as the physical-sensory body can be contemplated externally
    • manner in the same way in which we contemplate the physical body
    • grasped in the physical world, to the ego. With these four members of
    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • contributed to this development of the physical body, from the very
    • of development therefore built up our physical body.
    • accessible to us in the physical world merely sees the external
    • aspect of everything that lives within the physical body. Even
    • ordinary physical contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in
    • which it now lives in the world, merely know of the physical body as
    • physical body! We know what it is like, because we have frequently
    • the case of the physical body, this spatial interior is far more
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • connected with our physical body. Its whole structure is
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • it is neither visible nor accessible to the physical-sensory
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    • intellectual knowledge — bound to the physical plane.
    • physical body, he stands in a world, as we have become accustomed to
    • the physical and the spiritual world.
    • Spiritual Science that, for us, the souls who have left the physical
    • they were united with us while they still looked at us with physical
    • eyes and could speak to us by means of the instrument of the physical
    • here on the physical plane are sometimes so strong in opposition to
    • physical body, must be changed, must be made pliant, flexible, so
    • physical world.
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • fact visible even from the physical plane, we find it to be
    • the fact that man lays aside his physical body. We do not need to go
    • into the different ways by which this physical body becomes united
    • But, even when we consider this fact, that the physical
    • even this fact only with regard to its meaning for the physical
    • the penetration of the spiritual into the physical world.
    • All physical events have also their spiritual
    • significance. There is no physical event which has not, at the same
    • time, a spiritual significance. In this case, then, the physical
    • event is that our physical body falls away from us and is at the same
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    • intellectual knowledge — bound to the physical plane.
    • physical body, he stands in a world, as we have become accustomed to
    • the physical and the spiritual world.
    • Spiritual Science that, for us, the souls who have left the physical
    • they were united with us while they still looked at us with physical
    • eyes and could speak to us by means of the instrument of the physical
    • here on the physical plane are sometimes so strong in opposition to
    • physical body, must be changed, must be made pliant, flexible, so
    • physical world.
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • fact visible even from the physical plane, we find it to be
    • the fact that man lays aside his physical body. We do not need to go
    • into the different ways by which this physical body becomes united
    • But, even when we consider this fact, that the physical
    • even this fact only with regard to its meaning for the physical
    • the penetration of the spiritual into the physical world.
    • All physical events have also their spiritual
    • significance. There is no physical event which has not, at the same
    • time, a spiritual significance. In this case, then, the physical
    • event is that our physical body falls away from us and is at the same
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    • constitution and we then speak of his physical body, etheric body,
    • another, this complex, consisting of physical body, etheric body,
    • we should see that the interconnections between the physical body,
    • less firmly linked with the physical body. The characteristic
    • with the physical body. This is very significant, for as evolution
    • chain themselves more closely to the physical body, man is no longer
    • able to influence his physical body from his soul to the extent that
    • were freer and the laws of the physical body did not, therefore,
    • physical body. This possibility of mastering the physical body from
    • physical body. But this has still another consequence, namely, that
    • course of the evolutionary process the physical body wrests the
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • certain respect there was complete analogy between the physical
    • physical body it was able to open itself to a higher world, to the
    • This came to expression in the physical body and thereby the whole
    • physical body of the Greek became the expression of the beauty of the
    • mind is that man's physical body will make still greater demands in
    • the Hierarchies into his physical and etheric bodies. And if, as he
    • physical body, he will be able to do so only by consciously drawing
    • force of the etheric body that is tied to the physical body. Thus we
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    • constitution and we then speak of his physical body, etheric body,
    • another, this complex, consisting of physical body, etheric body,
    • we should see that the interconnections between the physical body,
    • less firmly linked with the physical body. The characteristic
    • with the physical body. This is very significant, for as evolution
    • chain themselves more closely to the physical body, man is no longer
    • able to influence his physical body from his soul to the extent that
    • were freer and the laws of the physical body did not, therefore,
    • physical body. This possibility of mastering the physical body from
    • physical body. But this has still another consequence, namely, that
    • course of the evolutionary process the physical body wrests the
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • certain respect there was complete analogy between the physical
    • physical body it was able to open itself to a higher world, to the
    • This came to expression in the physical body and thereby the whole
    • physical body of the Greek became the expression of the beauty of the
    • mind is that man's physical body will make still greater demands in
    • the Hierarchies into his physical and etheric bodies. And if, as he
    • physical body, he will be able to do so only by consciously drawing
    • force of the etheric body that is tied to the physical body. Thus we
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    • Soul characteristics (India) take the place of physical race
    • Physical development begins in Africa, shown in shape of African
    • in outer as physical body; in inner man as will; of Sun in outer
    • astral body; in inner as thinking. The external physical body
    • spiritual in the physical and became basic for sculptures and art.
    • Ahriman. Loki. Lucifer influences both etheric and physical body
    • selfishness. The physical body to sickness and death. Midgard,
    • century. Christ appeared on physical plane because at that time
    • the forces of man were adjusted to the physical plane; now we are
  • Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Preface
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    • he does in physical science at designations like positive and
    • natural science. This mechanical physical science has done great
    • service in producing the mechanical physical chemical means of
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    • events as regards their external side can be seen physically, such as
    • distinguish in him the physical body, the etheric or life-body, the
    • therefore that in what we call physical body, etheric body, astral
    • physical body; he will transform it and change it into the spiritual.
    • has re-shaped what at present is the physical body; that which to-day
    • a certain way worked into the physical body by the ‘ I ’;
    • 1. the Physical body,
    • to form the first foundations of his physical body, then those of his
    • body was implanted, and finally the physical body during the Saturn
    • are our astral body, our etheric or life-body and our physical body,
    • transform his physical body into Atma or Spirit-man.
    • out of his physical body and etheric body, he leaves the latter lying
    • are my physical and etheric bodies, they are in that place and they
    • his astral body, outside his physical and etheric bodies, it is then
    • his physical body, but he cannot as yet do this with his physical and
    • direct his physical and etheric bodies, so there are beings, who have
    • has developed Spirit-self or Manas command what we call the physical
    • we call ‘directing one's etheric and physical bodies from
    • transforming of their physical body into Spirit-man or Atma. We are
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    • directly seen with external organs of perception, with physical eyes,
    • sense also possess a physical body. Their corporeality must be
    • expressed in some form or other. And this physical form in which the
    • of the physical world should speak thus, for he only knows what he
    • united to his physical body, and only alters in so far as the man
    • in the world with physical consciousness is only maya or illusion. It
    • That which confronts the physical eyes in the green
    • cannot intervene in the physical laws. Where, therefore, only the
    • physical laws work and come into consideration, as in the relations
    • depends upon the physical conditions, there the influence of the
    • their evolution to be able to intervene in physical conditions.
    • the earth; and they embody themselves, as in a physical body, in that
    • therefore, which is ruled by physical laws. The etheric body of the
    • worked through by spiritual soul-forces, and the physical piece of
    • these are able to work even into the physical form, although they are
    • instrument of speech that it should produce a physical manifestation,
    • organization, they work into the physical body, so that they set the
    • forces of the physical body in motion. We must therefore presume,
    • to a working with physical forces within our earth existence. You can
    • understand that real physical preliminary conditions are necessary in
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    • etheric body and of the physical body. But these transformations are
    • body the intellectual-soul or mind-soul, and in the physical body the
    • gather that the external physical world which man's senses
    • in which the physical world appears to man, in which he receives
    • world all that is merely physical sensation, if you take away
    • here, upon this physical plane, the individual human beings must
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    • parts of man, the physical body, the etheric or life-body and the
    • that man, in the period between his physical birth and the changing
    • his physical body. These Spirits of Form have no particular interest
    • in the development of this physical body, for this is, on the whole,
    • already often been repeated, and which after the last physical birth
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body; that as a matter of
    • physical birth. It would not awake in the form in which it sees the
    • physical external world clearly and distinctly, if other Spirits who
    • then man would only come into consideration, as far as the physical
    • condition as a physical being and would have to go through quite
    • Spirits of Form, the evolution of man is transposed into the physical
    • so far as he is dependent upon the physical organizing forces, not
    • appreciation of physical nature still sleeps, whilst the
    • primeval past the physical race-character was determined out of the
    • repetitions of conditions gone through earlier in the physical body,
    • for humanity in respect to physical, chemical and astronomical
    • forth. At first he is only a being who grows physically. That which
    • physically. Afterwards his development is pressed into his inner
    • original beginning of the physical development of man in Africa, that
    • physical must be compressed. Thus we see, that as civilization
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    • nature, you have the physical body, the etheric body and the astral
    • can conceive of him as a tissue consisting of the physical, etheric
    • related to what is on the one side the human physical body and on the
    • side and his physical body on the other could not have attained their
    • present form. What man possesses of will and of physical body he owes
    • to the old Saturn. The knowledge that he owes his physical body to
    • physical body, etheric body and astral body, willing, feeling and
    • the physical body and of the will. The mission of the Sun had to be
    • We have before us the fact that the external physical body which
    • wonderful tissue of outer will which we have in the physical body,
    • nearest domain above the physical world in which this fabric can be
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    • forces first of all when they reach the physical body. You know that
    • imaged in certain parts of the physical body, so that we may say, the
    • system, and only the physical body stands for itself, it is an image
    • images of the higher parts in the physical body. They cannot as yet
    • enter right into the physical body, but they seethe in the other
    • In these three systems, which belong to the physical body but are
    • Here you see that the physical body of man is determined
    • those parts of the physical body which are the projections, the
    • them. They saw the spiritual in their perceptions of the physical,
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    • etheric body, whilst making itself at home in the physical body —
    • pulsates in the blood of the physical body and that everything within
    • The way in which the spiritual force holds the physical
    • man was born out of the macrocosm in a physical-spiritual way. He was
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    • straight out of this clairvoyant state into the physical world. They
    • saw this physical world in such a way that over the whole of the
    • of man, upon the astral body as well as upon the etheric and physical
    • etheric body and in the physical body of man. In the etheric body is
    • it is given the possibility of lying. In the physical body sickness
    • out that everything that appears in the physical body as sickness and
    • untruthfulness, and in the physical body sickness and death.
    • man into the physical; and that on the other hand is compensated for
    • Luciferic influence into man, the physical, etheric and astral bodies
    • the physical body illness and death. Now what would the Germanic
    • mingles into human knowledge as error. In man on the physical plane,
    • possible to indicate wherein our physical view of the world is most
    • Now we proceed to the influence of Loki on the physical
    • time when man did not look at the world with external physical
    • physical plane, just as one now alternates between waking and
    • picture of the physical world. Thus at the time when Christianity
    • having a God offered him, who had descended to the physical plane in
    • order that those human beings, who could only perceive the physical
    • kingdom of the heavens has descended even here to the physical plane,
    • even if ye are not able to rise above the physical plane; understand
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    • people we have to deal principally with the use of the physical body
    • what is there to be seen on the physical plane, and of perfecting
    • into that which had to be arranged on the physical plane.
    • physical plane at one bound, as it were, before the birth of the
    • which helped this human ‘ I ’ on the physical
    • Higher Feelings, and the Spiritual Soul on the physical plane. That
    • physical plane.
    • as being individual, because it is connected with the physical sun
    • occurrence of Nature, of seeing not only the physically-sensible, but
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    • older Sagas and legends which indicate the development of physical
    • epoch, descended again to unite themselves with physical human
    • earthly-physical. Freyr the god, and Freya his sister, who here in
    • them to develop further, upon the physical plane, those old forces
    • the physical world, that world limited by the outer senses, Freyr was
    • received forces. He had therefore to unite himself with the physical
    • soul-forces, which then can carry into the physical plane what had
    • physical forces of earthly evolution. These pictures represent the
    • descent of the divine-spiritual into the physical.
    • makes it possible for man to manifest on the physical plane that for
    • which express themselves on the physical plane, then it must be
    • which, in its development on the physical plane, connects itself on
    • be able to perceive from the physical plane that which could formerly
    • the Mystery-training will, by the transformation of the physical
    • can be seen perceptively from the physical plane, as it will be seen
    • everything from the physical plane; it was therefore necessary that
    • they should also be able to see Christ on the physical plane, to have
    • humanity. It took place on the physical plane because at that time
    • the forces of man were adjusted to the physical plane. But those
    • these looked upon Sabbatai as the physical incarnation of a Messiah.
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    • iron teeth. This was a physical and more tangible procedure than that to which
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
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    • iron teeth. This was a physical and more tangible procedure than that to which
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
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    • their legitimate level. Judgments which hold good for the physical
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    • members or principles of the human being — the physical body,
    • and the living essence of the physical body of man as explicable in
    • We know that if we want to understand the physical human
    • past, during the Saturn embodiment, the germ of the physical body was
    • to fulfill its whole being. We can say that just as the physical body
    • bodily members — the physical body, the etheric body and the
    • themselves to the astral, etheric and physical bodies, so that the
    • Death is not merely the cessation of the physical body.
    • the cessation of the physical body; by “death” he
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    • world of the physical plane in an unprejudiced way and we shall find
    • look at the physical plane, we find that our souls, with their
    • Let us pass from the world of the physical plane into
    • remember as actual Earth-experience on the physical plane.” Yet
    • account in the spiritual world. Just as we have the physical world
    • soul-powers. But let us understand clearly that when in our physical
    • with our spiritual faculties, but our physical forces, our muscular
    • of the spiritual world into our physical world must irradiate and
    • initiative. Just as in the physical world our muscular energy
    • relation to the outer physical world they cannot but regard it as
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    • by their whole nature do not belong to the physical plane but have
    • their mission and task in the Cosmos outside the physical plane, in
    • they bring down their activities into the physical plane and arrogate
    • judgment holds good only for the physical plane, and — right as
    • it may be for the physical plane — it cannot be simply
    • instead prefer to keep to judgments which hold good for the physical
    • then on the physical plane it is quite right to say, “enmity is
    • human soul strife is brought into the physical world, that strife is
    • good for the physical plane to hold good for the higher worlds also.
    • with the other beings of the physical plane. From the moment of the
    • in the spiritual world, and not merely in the physical world. To the
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    • we must permeate our physical being with air taken from outside in
    • perpetually into our physical body, and we should perpetually destroy
    • these waves with our physical life. And if we would also kill the
    • should hear if the chemical ether were audible to us as physical
    • human beings. For physical sound is a product of the air and is not
    • downwards, death lives in his physical body. But at that time the
    • but the ordinary inhabitant of the Earth in his physical body can
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    • see, the material, the physical. It was a necessary development and
    • our soul. What later manifests itself in physical life is always
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    • see, the material, the physical. It was a necessary development and
    • our soul. What later manifests itself in physical life is always
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    • into his physical existence through the forces of this same nature.
    • regard nature if we only pay attention to its external physical
    • through the mystery of physical birth.
    • But just in this mystery of physical birth there always
    • world through those forces which, as the forces of physical birth,
    • origin — his physical and his spiritual origin. It is a birth
    • physical birth.” Our feeling is deepened when we understand in
    • him by means of natural physical forces. So we see how modern
    • towards the heavens and saw with their physical eyes the
    • the Virgin that which physically is only perceptible in the
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    • that is to say, he is given over to them in his physical body and
    • etheric body, not in his astral body and Ego. In his physical body
    • dependent upon the physical and etheric bodies than he is today, the
    • inner forces of the earth into man's physical and etheric bodies;
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    • beyond the physical body. He says, “In earlier times
    • — a metaphysical problem,” you will see how a
    • tissue through the impulse of hysteria we have the metaphysical
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    • within the physical human being there lives a spiritual, inner one
    • just as physical man observes physical things in the world. Because
    • is thought possible to attain knowledge which is not merely physical
    • great, momentous achievements of the physical sciences, and on the
    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • from the bringing of spirits into manifestation in an outer, physical
    • besides the physical body which is visible to bodily eyes, by this is
    • into a spiritual world, which is actually experienced, as the physical
    • part of man which exists even when his physical body falls into decay,
    • of a physical body, etheric body, astral body, etc.,” but he is
    • sense than are physical facts. If a plant grows, and develops blossom
    • physical body before us. But the essential thing is that we can
    • significance, even whilst we ourselves are still in the physical world.
    • relations of the will are different from those in the physical world;
    • with him what he is able to develop here within the physical world, it
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • earth-lives, some fact which is discovered in the physical or spiritual
    • physical or spiritual facts may be discovered, in any far-distant
    • imperilled by any physical or spiritual research, does not think much
    • the infinite space.” What Giordano Bruno then did for physical
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    • human being descends into his physical body on the Earth. Every human
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
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    • human being descends into his physical body on the Earth. Every human
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
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    • with the spiritual that lived and wove in the world, even as physical
    • processes in the human body are connected with the physical events of
    • physical body. A fifteenth-century body could not bring to expression
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    • with the spiritual that lived and wove in the world, even as physical
    • processes in the human body are connected with the physical events of
    • physical body. A fifteenth-century body could not bring to expression
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    • lives on the physical plane. When we study the animal as such, each
    • single animal has a physical body, an etheric body, and an astral
    • him. The animal does not have its ego on the physical plane; for
    • As here on the physical plane the population consists of human
    • of being. So it is with the animals in the physical world. All
    • on the physical plane we see the animals moving around, and each has
    • a physical body, an etheric body and an astral body. What physically
    • all physical lions, is just as much a separate entity as is the
    • physical plane are like the fingers thrust through a screen. When we
    • to our physical eyes.
    • when we not only watch the reaping with our physical eyes, but
    • the same laws do not hold good which are valid in the physical world.
    • different; even here on the physical plane there is sometimes
    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
    • with life. — In the same way as the physical body is produced
    • out of physical substances and forces, do our spiritual members come
    • ego on to the physical plane and the identification of it with his
    • physical body. A man speaks of his physical body as “I” —
    • physical body it is a perceptible process, and he feels he is losing
    • something of value. For those accustomed to look upon the physical
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    • lives on the physical plane. When we study the animal as such, each
    • single animal has a physical body, an etheric body, and an astral
    • him. The animal does not have its ego on the physical plane; for
    • As here on the physical plane the population consists of human
    • of being. So it is with the animals in the physical world. All
    • on the physical plane we see the animals moving around, and each has
    • a physical body, an etheric body and an astral body. What physically
    • all physical lions, is just as much a separate entity as is the
    • physical plane are like the fingers thrust through a screen. When we
    • to our physical eyes.
    • when we not only watch the reaping with our physical eyes, but
    • the same laws do not hold good which are valid in the physical world.
    • different; even here on the physical plane there is sometimes
    • life only on the physical plane. All minerals have their group egos
    • with life. — In the same way as the physical body is produced
    • out of physical substances and forces, do our spiritual members come
    • ego on to the physical plane and the identification of it with his
    • physical body. A man speaks of his physical body as “I” —
    • physical body it is a perceptible process, and he feels he is losing
    • something of value. For those accustomed to look upon the physical
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    • human-animal, with physical, etheric, astral bodies, and the tendency
    • physical plane, feels death as the loss of one member, and birth as
    • makes man the physical being that he is. When the divine germs
    • the soul does not see itself as long as it is in a physical body.
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    • human-animal, with physical, etheric, astral bodies, and the tendency
    • physical plane, feels death as the loss of one member, and birth as
    • makes man the physical being that he is. When the divine germs
    • the soul does not see itself as long as it is in a physical body.
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Human Group Souls (Lion, Bull, Eagle, Man)
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    • outside the physical body. The head of the etheric body was not yet
    • united with the forces of the physical body, which are the forces of
    • extending etheric head withdrawing into the physical head. If we see
    • physical head. I have also told you what a gigantic organization the
    • physical body — quite a house, so to say. So, with man, too, in
    • what is physical. The physical head of man before the last third of
    • times, then one would see spiritually very little of the physical
    • which later became different. Through entering the physical body, the
    • such a circle of men in the Atlantean age; then the physical bodies
    • circle of physical bodies, and within an etheric circular surface,
    • far as the physical bodies. They had not yet the tendency to unite
    • themselves with physical matter. Even the bodies which later were to
    • physical beings were on earth, which would even seem grotesque
    • the human physical bodies, but these were not yet taken possession of
    • as four group souls before the entry of the spirit into the physical
    • already existing physically, in quite definite shapes, another
    • Thus what is physical
    • four group souls into the physical. At that time, a quite peculiar
    • said: Those are physical beings who remind one somewhat of the lion,
    • people, everything adapted to the physical plane. You can easily
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    • outside the physical body. The head of the etheric body was not yet
    • united with the forces of the physical body, which are the forces of
    • extending etheric head withdrawing into the physical head. If we see
    • physical head. I have also told you what a gigantic organization the
    • physical body — quite a house, so to say. So, with man, too, in
    • what is physical. The physical head of man before the last third of
    • times, then one would see spiritually very little of the physical
    • which later became different. Through entering the physical body, the
    • such a circle of men in the Atlantean age; then the physical bodies
    • circle of physical bodies, and within an etheric circular surface,
    • far as the physical bodies. They had not yet the tendency to unite
    • themselves with physical matter. Even the bodies which later were to
    • physical beings were on earth, which would even seem grotesque
    • the human physical bodies, but these were not yet taken possession of
    • as four group souls before the entry of the spirit into the physical
    • already existing physically, in quite definite shapes, another
    • Thus what is physical
    • four group souls into the physical. At that time, a quite peculiar
    • said: Those are physical beings who remind one somewhat of the lion,
    • people, everything adapted to the physical plane. You can easily
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    • instrument in the physical world, might, on the other hand, make it
    • say: The life of a man when he cannot use his brain in the physical
    • instrument whereby he carries on his life in the physical world —
    • the physical world, insofar as it is bound up with the
    • as the merely physical combination of external substances, as it is
    • merely physical system, a merely physical aggregation of organs, so,
    • physical and chemical in its action, as a kind of skeleton of the
    • sleep is for our physical life, insofar as spirit and soul live in
    • physical body and can develop conscious activity — we owe to
    • him even to give his physical life for the sake of what has inspired
    • merely to the organic, to the physically instinctive constitution of
    • external physical body, we see that this is no other than the victory
    • cultivate it in our physical body — we grow up in this element
    • a physical body, and this physical body is the instrument we have to
    • physical life being destroyed through the will, in the same way as
    • the will. For it is only because man's physical organization is
    • physical body; and that, fundamentally, the experience it requires
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    • instrument in the physical world, might, on the other hand, make it
    • say: The life of a man when he cannot use his brain in the physical
    • instrument whereby he carries on his life in the physical world —
    • the physical world, insofar as it is bound up with the
    • as the merely physical combination of external substances, as it is
    • merely physical system, a merely physical aggregation of organs, so,
    • physical and chemical in its action, as a kind of skeleton of the
    • sleep is for our physical life, insofar as spirit and soul live in
    • physical body and can develop conscious activity — we owe to
    • him even to give his physical life for the sake of what has inspired
    • merely to the organic, to the physically instinctive constitution of
    • external physical body, we see that this is no other than the victory
    • cultivate it in our physical body — we grow up in this element
    • a physical body, and this physical body is the instrument we have to
    • physical life being destroyed through the will, in the same way as
    • the will. For it is only because man's physical organization is
    • physical body; and that, fundamentally, the experience it requires
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    • ourselves sleeping man — we have the physical body, lying in
    • bed, and this physical body is permeated with that which in a
    • of this physical body we have that which is within this physical body
    • is connected today to his physical body. Progressing further, we have
    • physical form an upright one, making his hands as living tools for
    • aside from the organic, physical substance; it can form a new bodily
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    • ourselves sleeping man — we have the physical body, lying in
    • bed, and this physical body is permeated with that which in a
    • of this physical body we have that which is within this physical body
    • is connected today to his physical body. Progressing further, we have
    • physical form an upright one, making his hands as living tools for
    • aside from the organic, physical substance; it can form a new bodily
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    • them immediately through their physical senses. They bore within
    • astral body leave the physical and etheric bodies at night, and if we
    • Science tells us — how, that is, we should picture the physical
    • spirit leaves man's physical body but leave it with life still
    • physically exhausted, yet with the strength that enabled him to carry
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    • them immediately through their physical senses. They bore within
    • astral body leave the physical and etheric bodies at night, and if we
    • Science tells us — how, that is, we should picture the physical
    • spirit leaves man's physical body but leave it with life still
    • physically exhausted, yet with the strength that enabled him to carry
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • The distinction between physical and spiritual perception. The
    • deed of Christ. The nature of the physical world. The premise
    • transformation of experiences in the physical and the spiritual
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • when we are awake in this world, which we call the physical. But what
    • inaccessible to us when we are awake and perceive the physical realm;
    • we cannot perceive the etheric substance around us with our physical
    • physical and our etheric bodies behind in sleep. In our usual dreams
    • physical body and do not use our physical senses. Rather, we look
    • which are still in the physical body, a section of the etheric body
    • physical body is ill, the nervous system, for example. Your etheric
    • body is then unable to penetrate the physical at the point where the
    • physical body in a specific place. If it could remain in the physical
    • be unaware that our physical body is sick. When the part our etheric
    • gate of death and discarding our physical body, we pass through this
    • perception in the physical world. Our perceptions of the etheric in
    • perceive anything if we lacked all senses in the physical world.
    • our physical environment. Gradually, then, we comprehend what we have
    • second sight we are as active as we are in the physical world in
    • in the physical world, we need first to know what it is we want to
    • in the physical world is of no use for perception after death. A
    • physical world, but after death these capacities will be of no help.
    • etheric world. All ideas we have developed relating to physical
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • The distinction between physical and spiritual perception. The
    • around me in the physical world to gain entry into the spirit realm.
    • physical body.
    • The physical world makes
    • realm, human beings as physical beings, the animal, plant, and
    • moon. We perceive these things to the extent that they are physical
    • correct description of our relationship to the physical world. But as
    • physical plane. As we grow into the realm of the spirit and approach
    • are, in a certain sense, the highest physical beings. A stone, a
    • in terms of our physical body, we can say we are perceived by beings
    • in the physical world. Our whole soul mood changes because we become
    • not — we need forces coming to us from the physical realm. And
    • wood into capitals for the pillars and using their physical strength
    • from the physical world. For my part, I admit quite openly that
    • sometimes I wish I had more of this physical strength so I could help
    • muscles and other physical forces are involved in what we do
    • physically, spiritual forces can also enter into our actions, flow
    • projected onto a physical stage; to use the common expression, they
    • of our work here, she left the physical world. In the years that
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • deed of Christ. The nature of the physical world. The premise
    • and death simply to do what is necessary for life in the physical
    • physical world, and leave matters concerning the spiritual world in
    • only part of our time between birth and death in the physical world,
    • soul is not present in our physical body when we sleep. In fact, they
    • not connected with our physical body when we are sleeping. It will
    • the ego and the astral body, leave the physical and etheric bodies.
    • the physical world, but surrounds us just as air envelops us
    • body are outside our physical and etheric bodies. But then we would
    • earth. Fundamentally, the ego and astral body leave our physical and
    • world is by no means irrelevant to our physical life, but is of
    • physical body from there. Even if this is not immediately obvious, it
    • transposed into the spiritual realm, to what we draw in our physical
    • we can be surrounded by things and beings in the physical world, yet
    • clouds as a blessing to the physical world.
    • that it is infinitely important even for the physical world to
    • his soul is so great that, when he compared it to his physical
    • a situation. Here, on the physical plane, an artist can create in
    • physical plane; one can even be a scholar — in the life after
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • and Ahriman. The transformation of experiences in the physical
    • unlike physical objects, offers no resistance to touch. In the
    • physical world we have ego awareness because we know: I am here, the
    • the individual objects are not fixed and distinct as physical ones,
    • physical world are fixed because we can touch them and because they
    • encounter what we call in the physical world another ego, another
    • in the physical world. It will help us find our way to remember that
    • seems to resemble a physical figure but can be as different from the
    • contrast to the ideas we use in the physical world.
    • In the physical world we
    • kingdoms, the realm of physical human beings, as well as clouds,
    • science, she left the physical world. There is no need to go into the
    • to do in the physical world, we need not only intellect and skills
    • we need the strength of our muscles for physical action. In the case
    • physical world in 1904 entered more and more into our artistic work
    • physical plane. Those who merely want to describe their visions would
    • characteristic of the physical world no longer exists, and where a
    • we have them here in the physical world. In that world, every thought
    • takes on the form of an elemental being. In the physical world, our
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • Galileo, and Giordano Bruno did for the understanding of physical
    • world of nature, the physical phenomena around us, while spiritual
    • soul-spiritual and material-physical elements, just as water is a
    • we must separate the soul-spiritual from the material-physical
    • separate the soul-spiritual from the material-physical in us —
    • soul is increasingly able to tear itself away from the physical body.
    • from the physical-material element, will happen more and more often
    • body with all its physical attributes as separate and independent of
    • our soul and spirit, just as we see a table or a chair in physical
    • think and form ideas from its physical tools, namely, the nervous
    • and the brain, the physical instruments we normally use for these
    • those physical organs needs to use force to reenter them. This is an
    • spiritual chemistry, so to speak, from our physical speaking. If we
    • physical body and continues with the freeing of our thinking and
    • physical world. When we meet people in the physical world and get
    • physical life. In the spiritual sphere, we approach the individual
    • discover not only the physical life between birth and death, but the
    • the physical realm. At first, we learn how to be together spiritually
    • as the physical world around us.
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • In the physical world life
    • our physical bodies with every thought, every feeling. We must sleep
    • thus eat away at our physical organization, we would have a budding
    • work takes a lot out of our physical organization, people doing that
    • physical existence.
    • thoughts taken only from the physical world. In earlier times,
    • physically meet the angels that myths and fairy tales speak about.
    • physical symptoms — fairy tales can help to prevent illnesses.
    • have no reality on the physical plane will be dead to the spiritual
    • our soul. Physical evolution leads to the death of the spiritual
    • and insight through our physical and etheric bodies. Let us examine
    • carefully how much of what is in our soul comes from the physical
    • the physical body is the bearer of these processes, it is not alive.
    • thinking, which is mirrored in the physical body. We can see from
    • this that understanding and knowledge are dependent on the physical
    • physical world. Completely different thoughts have to take hold in
    • thinking not limited to the physical plane. Otherwise we will remain
    • only on the physical plane. This is implied in the very question,
    • the physical plane. We can revitalize what would otherwise die in our
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    • as spiritual beings who live in the physical world have with those who
    • Robert Hamerling had been called from the physical plane a few
    • the outskirts of the Austro-Styrian town of Graz. The physical form
    • expressive, so eloquent was this physical form. It also bore the
    • under these physical conditions remained open to all that is great
    • expression. I do not mean physical ugliness, of course; physical
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    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • physical man as form and stature, and so forth, for the
    • into physical life, has a succession of lives behind him. And this
    • time comes to experience a life in the physical world, he seeks his
    • physical body? How can it clothe itself with the physical attributes
    • individual: This complete human being consists of the physical
    • the human being, the physical body, which man has in common
    • with the mineral world. That part which is subject to physical
    • sum of chemical and physical laws, we designate in spiritual science
    • as the physical body.
    • essential as the outer physical body. As first super-sensible member,
    • remains united with the physical body throughout the entire life;
    • and it is even more real than the outer physical body, for it is the
    • builder, the moulder, of the physical body. During the entire time
    • combats the disintegration of the physical body. Any kind of mineral
    • physical body of a living being; here the physical forces work in
    • observe after death, when the physical forces destroy the life-form.
    • That this destruction does not occur during life, that the physical
    • body does not conform to the physical and chemical forces and laws,
    • this body of impulses and desires is not an effect of the physical
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    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • physical man as form and stature, and so forth, for the
    • into physical life, has a succession of lives behind him. And this
    • time comes to experience a life in the physical world, he seeks his
    • physical body? How can it clothe itself with the physical attributes
    • individual: This complete human being consists of the physical
    • the human being, the physical body, which man has in common
    • with the mineral world. That part which is subject to physical
    • sum of chemical and physical laws, we designate in spiritual science
    • as the physical body.
    • essential as the outer physical body. As first super-sensible member,
    • remains united with the physical body throughout the entire life;
    • and it is even more real than the outer physical body, for it is the
    • builder, the moulder, of the physical body. During the entire time
    • combats the disintegration of the physical body. Any kind of mineral
    • physical body of a living being; here the physical forces work in
    • observe after death, when the physical forces destroy the life-form.
    • That this destruction does not occur during life, that the physical
    • body does not conform to the physical and chemical forces and laws,
    • this body of impulses and desires is not an effect of the physical
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    • the physical and etheric bodies. In such circumstances, owing to
    • our physical and etheric bodies, so that while we are asleep in a
    • and astral body, as they return into the physical body, bring with
    • and the dragging, are brought into the physical and etheric bodies,
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • same as if the physical body were being crushed to pieces in a
    • part of the first stage. We demolish physical Nature and thereby
    • into the etheric and physical bodies. For he brings back with him
    • astral body — brought into the etheric and physical bodies
    • physical sound only. But until the 14th or 15th century something
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    • the physical and etheric bodies. In such circumstances, owing to
    • our physical and etheric bodies, so that while we are asleep in a
    • and astral body, as they return into the physical body, bring with
    • and the dragging, are brought into the physical and etheric bodies,
    • order prevailing in the physical and etheric bodies. He really brings
    • same as if the physical body were being crushed to pieces in a
    • part of the first stage. We demolish physical Nature and thereby
    • into the etheric and physical bodies. For he brings back with him
    • astral body — brought into the etheric and physical bodies
    • physical sound only. But until the 14th or 15th century something
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    • Such an active connection between the physical and the soul realms
    • winds as the voice of the past, who were blind for the physical
    • blind for the physical plane — these were highly honoured! And
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    • Such an active connection between the physical and the soul realms
    • winds as the voice of the past, who were blind for the physical
    • blind for the physical plane — these were highly honoured! And
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    • working as well as the inherited physical characteristics. We must
    • structure of the outer physical world. In short, they were men who
    • courageous enough to get out of the groove of physical, sense
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    • working as well as the inherited physical characteristics. We must
    • structure of the outer physical world. In short, they were men who
    • courageous enough to get out of the groove of physical, sense
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    • in his way of thinking. He speaks of physical things, yet always
    • physical things, but intellectual and moral teachings, too, arise
    • which the physical arises. Whether it be the Greek Philosophy or the
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    • in his way of thinking. He speaks of physical things, yet always
    • physical things, but intellectual and moral teachings, too, arise
    • which the physical arises. Whether it be the Greek Philosophy or the
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    • physical, etheric and astral bodies.
    • incarnation and produce, as a result, a weak physical constitution.
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • fundamental organic quality also of the physical body.
    • the physical eye.
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    • physical, etheric and astral bodies.
    • incarnation and produce, as a result, a weak physical constitution.
    • towards such a physically weak person in our environment, a good
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • fundamental organic quality also of the physical body.
    • the physical eye.
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    • and the physical body. The fact that whenever we face a human being
    • fills out space with his physical body and that we see his physical
    • body. Yet we could not see this physical part as we generally see it
    • physical body. We see the physical body with our ordinary eyes, as it
    • if I tell you that our physical body is a corpse, even during the
    • really have before us man's physical body. The corpse is the
    • physical body which is not permeated by the etheric body, by the
    • space what you imagine to be your physical body. You would have a far
    • with the external physical world, for they are facts revealed by
    • so corpse-like as the human bodies of today. These physical bodies
    • physical body of modern man — and this is already the case from
    • Along the chemical-physical path, they will only be able to
    • forces, is nevertheless the physical body; that is, the corpse. What
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
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    • and the physical body. The fact that whenever we face a human being
    • fills out space with his physical body and that we see his physical
    • body. Yet we could not see this physical part as we generally see it
    • physical body. We see the physical body with our ordinary eyes, as it
    • if I tell you that our physical body is a corpse, even during the
    • really have before us man's physical body. The corpse is the
    • physical body which is not permeated by the etheric body, by the
    • space what you imagine to be your physical body. You would have a far
    • with the external physical world, for they are facts revealed by
    • so corpse-like as the human bodies of today. These physical bodies
    • physical body of modern man — and this is already the case from
    • Along the chemical-physical path, they will only be able to
    • forces, is nevertheless the physical body; that is, the corpse. What
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
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    • IN THE PHYSICAL HUMAN BEING
    • soul follows, as it were, the path leading from the physical into
    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • characteristics of the physical-sensory world vanish and on the
    • our physical-sensory perception undergoes a change. Let us first
    • physical body) and look back upon our body, upon our whole
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • or what we are accustomed to see physically — mountains,
    • reality, now becomes an immense world, whereas the physical world
    • diving down into the etheric and physical body cover with frost,
    • ordinary physical consciousness, is merely a reflexion, only an
    • are accessible to him. With his physical body he belongs to the
    • physical world; with his soul he belongs to the soul world; with
    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • signs which the etheric body engraved upon the physical body. You
    • which the etheric body engraved upon the physical body, and when
    • or that part of his physical body which receives these
    • physical being, but for this it is necessary to observe life in a
    • When you awoke and dived down into your physical body, you felt
    • what the physical body can make you feel; but this cannot inspire
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    • IN THE PHYSICAL HUMAN BEING
    • soul follows, as it were, the path leading from the physical into
    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • characteristics of the physical-sensory world vanish and on the
    • our physical-sensory perception undergoes a change. Let us first
    • physical body) and look back upon our body, upon our whole
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • or what we are accustomed to see physically — mountains,
    • reality, now becomes an immense world, whereas the physical world
    • diving down into the etheric and physical body cover with frost,
    • ordinary physical consciousness, is merely a reflexion, only an
    • are accessible to him. With his physical body he belongs to the
    • physical world; with his soul he belongs to the soul world; with
    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • signs which the etheric body engraved upon the physical body. You
    • which the etheric body engraved upon the physical body, and when
    • or that part of his physical body which receives these
    • physical being, but for this it is necessary to observe life in a
    • When you awoke and dived down into your physical body, you felt
    • what the physical body can make you feel; but this cannot inspire
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    • from their relation to the physical world.
    • that is really signified by the spatial and other physical metaphors
    • imagination a physical or sense-experience for a purely super-sensible
    • come with us into the physical. In respect to our astral body we always
    • the physical world should become spiritualists, not anthroposophists.
    • as the earthly, physical world concerned you before. And, as you ascribe
    • the origin of your physical body to the physical earth, you now ascribe
    • of having a physical body and an etheric body ... I stretch
    • out my physical arm and my physical hand takes hold of an object. I
    • finer, super-sensible organism which exists no less than the physical
    • astral and etheric find outward expression in the physical
    • the astral in that ‘third man’ — who is physically the
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    • birth (or conception) and physical death, and subject to the most manifold
    • that Nature receives into herself all the human soul perceives of physical,
    • do with this physical body? She destroys it. We do not usually study
    • does with the physical, sensible part of man, when he has passed through
    • happens to the physical instrument with which man does all things between
    • his life in the physical world, which is his instrument between birth and
    • makes his inner being a riddle again. Man feels his physical body must
    • contact it as long as I live in a physical body. Moreover, when my body
    • man can only complete his physical existence by co-operating with her.
    • again we find something significant. The artistic treatment of physical
    • material — spiritualisation of physical matter — comes down
    • truly belongs. Where is the artist today who can handle earthly, physical
    • confronting him today. He looks at Nature and only sees the human physical
    • its place today is something man is not able to lift above physical
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    • we found yesterday, we see, on the one hand, the human physical body,
    • physical world. We call it the physical body because it stands before
    • our physical senses just as the external, physical world. At the same
    • his physical body to the elements of the external, physical world; and
    • these destroy it. The action of external Nature upon the human physical
    • the physical world for what gives the human physical body its shape
    • of another world which builds up this human body that external, physical
    • between the human physical body and Nature. In the first place, the
    • when we observe the external manifestations of the physical body —
    • — it is nevertheless substances of the external, physical world
    • physical world — whether we are studying the separate excretions
    • or the whole physical body cast off at death.
    • body may be, their beginning and end are related to the external, physical
    • takes in substances from the external physical world and gives these
    • We have not determined the intermediary processes within the physical
    • with physical means at all. We have no right to draw the materialistic
    • case, we see an immediate transformation when external, physical substances
    • is immediate. The physical body of man is not the same, in its inner
    • takes in; on the other, what it gives of including even the physical
    • itself. From the study of what the human physical organism takes in
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    • introduction to the composition of man (physical body, etheric body, etc.)
    • however, really belongs in the first place to his physical, or at most
    • it out again at death — out of the physical and the etheric too.
    • however, two gates which lead from the physical and etheric worlds to
    • that the cosmic body visible to our physical eye as the moon, was once
    • after all, that can also be interpreted as a physical fact. The important
    • of today, however, is constrained by his physical body to understand,
    • did not live in a physical body.
    • the physical moon that went out into cosmic space; these beings went
    • within his physical body, man is only able to contemplate a very weak
    • who studies it rightly will find, even in its external, physical
    • manner described, from the physical to the spiritual again. Through
    • today that the physical substance of their bodies is often changed in
    • the flesh and blood — or any physical substance — sitting
    • of its external, physical substance, and believe this was the same millions
    • as your present physical body was the same twenty years ago. Of course,
    • the physical substances of the stars are not exchanged so quickly; still,
    • your body. True, the physical moon once went out into cosmic space;
    • the moon-existence. Only, the sun works on us by way of our physical
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    • than destroy it. The moment man has become a corpse within the physical
    • on the physical organism, has its own life, its own existence, this
    • stands between two riddles. He looks outwards and perceives his physical
    • that of man's physical body and that of his psychical life. It is just
    • is connected with our ‘first’ or physical man. In just the
    • of our first (physical) body in relation to its physical environment.
    • earth — a connection similar to that between his physical body
    • and the physical earth. Such a science does not know this. It engages
    • cabbages, corn, etc., out there; they build up our physical body (if
    • connection between my physical body and what is there outside in the
    • what is physical and connected with your physical man. If you strengthen
    • you and the second man you have discovered just as the earthly, physical
    • world concerned you before. And, as you ascribe the origin of your physical
    • body to the physical earth, you now ascribe your
    • From your own experience you can now speak of having a physical body
    • I stretch out my physical arm and my physical hand takes hold of an
    • finer, super-sensible organism which exists no less than the physical
    • if we are thinking of man's physical body in the way described, we readily
    • to our physical, terrestrial environment; but how?
    • corpse, which is, indeed, a faithful representation of physical man
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    • as composed of physical, etheric and astral bodies, and how we can acquire
    • to begin with, we study the physical world — and we can really only
    • physical and chemical knowledge.
    • solid, earthy, physical realm, we do not find, to begin with. very much
    • the human etheric body is closely moulded to the physical body. It has
    • to a remarkably small degree, in our physical, bodily life. Here the
    • Indeed, if we had to carry our physical body with all its forces of weight,
    • bath, here his physical leg and here the same leg formed of water, then
    • the physical leg is lighter in water by the amount that this water-leg
    • fluid of the size of the physical brain. That is, it is reduced from
    • we can really see in the solid earthy substance the physical; in the
    • up in the following way: To begin with, there is the physical, in direct
    • a way that you can say: there is the physical man, and here is his etheric
    • body is a ‘time-organism’, the physical body a
    • ‘space-organism’. The physical
    • upon us: Here is the physical body, here his etheric body. We can also
    • us into the physical. In respect to our astral body we always remain
    • the physical world should become spiritualists, not anthroposophists.
    • physical men walk about. But it is nothing spiritual — only fine
    • fine, physical exudations which retain in their shape traces of the
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    • what we have designated man's physical body, we see that it is continually
    • belong to the physical body as such, for they cease when it becomes
    • his physical body. Thus we may conclude, from mere external considerations,
    • physical body through sense impressions. And we know too that what may be
    • a vitalising, but a devitalising element. Physically speaking, we take
    • your soul are within the physical body. But now you have the same —
    • the exhaled air. Now the physical body cannot bear it, even in sleep, but
    • it physically — the carbonic acid you have exhaled. Of course, it
    • is a spiritual, not a physical process; you receive the impression
    • your physical body. You belong to your body, for you say to yourself:
    • now know that man's astral body, when within the physical, delights
    • the astral body is outside the physical when you sleep and receives,
    • impression that what we regard as most important for physical, earthly
    • life, is darkened as soon as we leave the physical body. And we realise,
    • the dependence of these thoughts upon their physical instrument —
    • Thus inspired knowledge perceives how the astral body is in the physical
    • the physical and etheric bodies during sleep. They are outside, and
    • is otherwise in the physical body, and to accompany it yourself. Sleep
    • is, of course, that man leaves his physical body behind in the earthly
    • of the physical world. It can no longer give rise to the impressions
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    • lectures that the ego and astral body are outside the physical and etheric
    • hold of in ordinary reality through the physical and etheric bodies.
    • The first kind of dream is an activity of the ego outside the physical
    • something to do with what is outside the physical and etheric bodies
    • a third the human liver. The physical matter provided by the mother's
    • into the physical man, we are led to ask what would happen if the
    • to do with other physical human beings. Imaginative vision leads to
    • physical world that it is not possible to carry them out; this hurts
    • with his ego out of his physical and etheric bodies in sleep; every
    • the physical and etheric bodies what he has experienced. At last, because
    • in the physical body.
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    • ordinary consciousness. The same is true of the physical and etheric
    • real knowledge of initiation does not estrange one from ordinary, physical
    • we can have of a physical human being standing before us with his several
    • the lungs, liver, stomach, and, most of all, the brain as physical organs,
    • we say to ourselves that these, in respect to the physical, are all
    • physical man as a withering being. Well, no one who knows the Science
    • must be remembered that, while we learn to know the physical man as
    • the physical as a decaying, withering being.
    • physical form, only beautified and ennobled (I say ‘almost’,
    • of the physical organ.
    • of physical existence while, at the same time, transcending the physical.
    • physical): When we begin to perceive man with imagination we feel in
    • physical structure of the human head. It is now transformed into something
    • we begin to study man's physical organisation imaginatively. We must
    • perceive his withering physical organisation. And if we look at what
    • tableau when he leaves his physical body at death. This lasts some days
    • physical world. if we have done an evil deed, we come to see we have
    • physically injured; and so on. All this can be observed in physical life
    • the physical world. It is regarded, more or less, as folly to declare
    • a mother but by the world, by all that we did not experience in physical
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    • willing, in unfolding his physical forces, too — all this he
    • few features indicate the role of the faculty of memory in physical,
    • and arise in sleep when the hindrances of the physical and etheric organism
    • we have in the physical world an appropriate conception of space. But
    • that we can also go from death to birth. As in the physical world one
    • the physical tree you experience in physical, earthly life; now,
    • in the physical world; only, it is not our experience: it is the pain
    • states which depend on our physical, earthly personality.
    • and the physical really is. You see, we can easily regard things like
    • thirst or hunger as physical. But I ask you to imagine that the same
    • physical changes that are in your organism when you are thirsty were
    • — through changes in the physical body. It is the same with hunger.
    • can only be satisfied by physical measures in physical life, it is as
    • if he were experiencing thirst in physical life; the psychical part of
    • to satisfy by physical means. For one cannot carry out physical functions
    • when the physical body has been laid aside. Man must first accustom
    • himself to live in his psycho-spiritual being without his physical body;
    • can only be gratified through a physical body. Just as the child must
    • himself to do without his physical body as the foundation of his
    • one-third of the time of physical life, which depict it as a veritable
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    • spiritual world separated from our physical-sensible world by a kind
    • first given to man is the physical-sensible world, and he makes use
    • physical world with all kinds of concepts, ideas and so on; but all
    • being is born on the earth, a quite new soul unites with his physical
    • body. The Aristotelian doctrine is that for each physically-born
    • physical body — and of this Aristotle also speaks —
    • physical birth. Suppose a Catholic theologian today studies the
    • together with the physical body from the philosophy of Aristotle! He
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • physical world and all its phenomena have underlying them a spiritual
    • these with his spiritual eyes before he entered the physical world.
    • consciousness, which could develop in the physical world — in
    • not experience physical things. But it was in facing the physical
    • attachments and is thus still drawn by what bound him to the physical
    • what we have in physical life. Here we see colours because we have
    • him in physical life man perceives the lamb and the wolf; he sees
    • the physical environment. One sees the sun differently, the moon
    • of his physical being.
    • man leaves his physical and ethereal body, and then a man is in the
    • are about to leave the physical plane through falling asleep, in
    • the physical existence which has been incomprehensible to them, they
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    • physical world and all its phenomena have underlying them a spiritual
    • these with his spiritual eyes before he entered the physical world.
    • consciousness, which could develop in the physical world — in
    • not experience physical things. But it was in facing the physical
    • attachments and is thus still drawn by what bound him to the physical
    • what we have in physical life. Here we see colours because we have
    • him in physical life man perceives the lamb and the wolf; he sees
    • the physical environment. One sees the sun differently, the moon
    • of his physical being.
    • man leaves his physical and ethereal body, and then a man is in the
    • are about to leave the physical plane through falling asleep, in
    • the physical existence which has been incomprehensible to them, they
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    • into physical existence through conception and birth he lived in a
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
    • of earthly physical existence.
    • that what man has to-day as his physical body is in essentials an
    • just as physical body, ether body and astral body have been
    • physical body to a higher stage. But this transmutation of the
    • physical body will not take place until the seventh condition, and
    • physical body, but what I have to do is to prefigure them in my soul.
    • external sheaths, his astral body, ether body and physical body; but,
    • as the physical Christ appeared at the time of the Mystery of
    • them in the physical body.
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • into physical existence through conception and birth he lived in a
    • blood and in his other organs by his physically inherited
    • of earthly physical existence.
    • that what man has to-day as his physical body is in essentials an
    • just as physical body, ether body and astral body have been
    • physical body to a higher stage. But this transmutation of the
    • physical body will not take place until the seventh condition, and
    • physical body, but what I have to do is to prefigure them in my soul.
    • external sheaths, his astral body, ether body and physical body; but,
    • as the physical Christ appeared at the time of the Mystery of
    • them in the physical body.
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • that we are surrounded there by beings who never take on a physical
    • body, just as here in the physical world we have around us beings who
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • physical organs. When we are active and creative, we — so to
    • do, though it may seem to result from the working of earthly physical
    • is this? The reason is that this physical world of the senses,
    • make in the physical world, the nearest approach to moral working is
    • a purely formal compensatory effect. But this physical world is
    • expression in the physical body (there we carry the results of what
    • we have laid down our physical body and gone through the gate of
    • weak. Then, later on, comes the time for us to resume a physical
    • effect a change in the physical body, but when it passes over into
    • physical world, or light, or electricity. That we imagine the moral
    • fact that we take cognisance only of the physical world, tracing
    • which we were before we descended through birth to physical life on
    • knowledge, the world of the physical senses, and entering the world
    • have muscles and bones unites us with nature; our own physical nature
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    • which are really valid only for the physical world, are replaced by
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • that we are surrounded there by beings who never take on a physical
    • body, just as here in the physical world we have around us beings who
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • physical organs. When we are active and creative, we — so to
    • do, though it may seem to result from the working of earthly physical
    • is this? The reason is that this physical world of the senses,
    • make in the physical world, the nearest approach to moral working is
    • a purely formal compensatory effect. But this physical world is
    • expression in the physical body (there we carry the results of what
    • we have laid down our physical body and gone through the gate of
    • weak. Then, later on, comes the time for us to resume a physical
    • effect a change in the physical body, but when it passes over into
    • physical world, or light, or electricity. That we imagine the moral
    • fact that we take cognisance only of the physical world, tracing
    • which we were before we descended through birth to physical life on
    • knowledge, the world of the physical senses, and entering the world
    • have muscles and bones unites us with nature; our own physical nature
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    • are reduced by existing conditions to physical illness, physical
    • is in close communication with our present physical world of earth.
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
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    • are reduced by existing conditions to physical illness, physical
    • is in close communication with our present physical world of earth.
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • described it rightly when I said that men on earth in their physical
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • he did not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • down not into the physical qualities of things but into the spiritual
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • be as firmly as possible within his physical body. But whenever the
    • ascetic suppressed some function of the body by means of physical pain,
    • soul and spirit of man are connected with the physical organism between
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    • the physical world he quite rightly does not pay attention to his thinking
    • he did not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • down not into the physical qualities of things but into the spiritual
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
    • suppression of the normal function of the physical body through inflicting
    • be as firmly as possible within his physical body. But whenever the
    • ascetic suppressed some function of the body by means of physical pain,
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    • of Jesus. All that came to his notice in this way in the physical world
    • had come to an end in the physical sense, Paul was still an antagonist of
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • physical development until an advanced age. The parallelism between the
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • As physical man, Paul
    • parallelism between soul-and-spirit development and physical development
    • man beholds the spiritual in the physical things all around him, he
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
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    • had come to an end in the physical sense, Paul was still an antagonist of
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • physical development until an advanced age. The parallelism between the
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • As physical man, Paul
    • parallelism between soul-and-spirit development and physical development
    • man beholds the spiritual in the physical things all around him, he
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
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    • does not depend on physical contact, but on the quality communicated
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    • strength necessary for manifesting the spirit in physical life. A bridge
    • analytical methods in experimentation with physical substances, and
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    • possible the physical life of man on Earth — and that, after all,
    • importance to the physical and chemical constituents. To-day,
    • start from something which lies behind the physical and chemical
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    • physical.
    • sulphur that the Spiritual works into the physical domain of Nature.
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • within our physical and earthly world. It would, so to speak, always
    • take hold of in the physical, earthly world, if it had not a physical
    • always have physical carriers. Then the materialists come, and take
    • only the physical carrier into account, forgetting the Spiritual
    • first thing that meets us is the physical carrier. They only leave
    • physical carrier everywhere.
    • physical carrier of that Spiritual which works in the ethereal? (For
    • working). What is the physical carrier which is so permeated by the
    • mobility into the midst of the framework? This physical element which
    • universal ether into the physical, is none other than oxygen.
    • I have sketched it here in green. if you regard it physically, it
    • considers the physical. It can only understand the corpse. In
    • and this astral impresses itself upon the physical by making use of
    • nitrogen. Nitrogen enables it to work physically. Wherever nitrogen
    • physical and an ether-body; unlike the animal, it has not an astral
    • as it is permeated by yet another principle, which for our physical
    • Universe. All that is living in physical forms upon the Earth must
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    • physical methods of to-day—are in a sense rayed back on to the
    • gained in a spiritual way — not through the mere physical world-of-the-senses.
    • the physical through the ethereal. There is a certain normal condition.
    • The astral body may be connected more intensely with the physical
    • and the astral body drives into the physical too strongly. It is under
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    • of physical body, etheric body,” etc., etc., which one can learn
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    • a physical body and an ether-body, while up above it is hovered-around,
    • though it were formed by the physical matter which the animal eats somehow
    • physical constitution — he will make good progress, he will become
    • however, other things too can occur. He may be physically strong and
    • He may have strong physical forces in him. Then the processes he has
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    • physical man, then the etheric body, and further, the
    • himself within his aura, having forsaken the physical body.
    • hast been astral and hast become physical. Thou must now
    • descend again into the physical body of its own free will.
    • carry his physical body consciously, as part of
    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • attention was drawn down to the physical plane. But
    • the Sun-man Osiris the physical
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    • physical man, then the etheric body, and further, the
    • himself within his aura, having forsaken the physical body.
    • hast been astral and hast become physical. Thou must now
    • descend again into the physical body of its own free will.
    • carry his physical body consciously, as part of
    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • attention was drawn down to the physical plane. But
    • the Sun-man Osiris the physical
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    • blood works physically in the veins. As the old
    • overcome that which was merely physical.
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    • overcome that which was merely physical.
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    • yet come down to the physical world. In the age of Pisces
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    • yet come down to the physical world. In the age of Pisces
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    • of man's physical body. Myth of Chronos and Gaea. On the
    • the ego takes hold of man's astral, etheric, physical bodies
    • invisible. Goblins, Gnomes. Fourfold nature of man: physical body,
    • etheric body, astral body, and ego. As physical substance continues
    • the direction of the sub-physical members of the Goblins, Gnomes,
    • The four systems of man's physical body: senses system as
    • expression of the physical: Saturn. Glandular system as expression
    • when astral body and ego are outside the physical and etheric
    • of the etheric body in the physical body; towards the future a
    • forces which take the form of architecture for the physical body,
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    • not belong to our physical world, but who are in themselves so independent
    • just as we call men here on the physical plane ‘persons.’
    • whom we can meet there as we meet the human being on the physical plane.
    • here on the physical plane. We saw in this way that in these higher
    • their organism, their separate members, down into the physical plane.
    • Here with the physical eye we see what is extended down below as members
    • the partition, behind that wall which separates the physical world from
    • When we raise ourselves from the physical world into higher worlds
    • whose physical members are not so directly visible and evident as those
    • of beings there whose effects are manifested here on the physical plane
    • though not obviously, and who have much to do with the physical plane,
    • beings found on the physical plane, but who are yet connected with it.
    • even a certain physical existence on the moon. One who is able to approach
    • is offered them for their activity. The physical conditions are quite
    • — have these astral beings as much a kind of physical existence
    • in its manifestation in the single lions here on the physical plane?
    • these astral beings also extend their physical being here. They could
    • not, however, extend it from outside into the physical plane; for this
    • they need beings on the physical plane whose parasites they are, into
    • beings have their physical manifestation. Thus not merely a material
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    • the things of outer physical space. In this way the earth-beings give
    • this old Saturn the first germinal inception of our physical body was
    • nearly as physically dense as our earth. It was a condition of utmost
    • the Zodiac, producing on Saturn the first germinal inception of physical
    • the arupic, the rupic, and the astral, leading down to physical existence.
    • is in the middle phase of its evolution. As physical Earth, in the fourth
    • cosmic processes, we are not speaking of physical or etheric bodies
    • consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego, spirit-self,
    • man, they have the physical body as one of their members. There are
    • 1. Physical Body
    • the ego, and who therefore have not a physical nor an etheric nor an
    • lowest member is a physical body, have life-spirit (Budhi) as their
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    • for the driving force in this process only physical forces, as a rule,
    • to him that the physical forces of attraction and repulsion were not
    • astral body at night works at upbuilding the physical and etheric bodies
    • by physical science. For theosophy has no objections to make in respect
    • of what physical science strives to know — that is, what eyes
    • off, with physical eyes he would have seen nothing but what physical
    • physical principles are so worn out that those who do not want to see
    • first rudiments of his physical body. Ancient Saturn was simply composed
    • of individual physical human bodies — somewhat as a mulberry or
    • kind of great primordial nebula, as our physical science describes.
    • kind of physical mist. To describe it as a kind of mist and nothing
    • bones and blood — simply describing the physical aspect. For in the
    • of the physical body began, so on the Sun other beings followed, just
    • beings have only advanced to the point of being physically incorporated
    • physical event: we must under-stand it as the deed of the Fire-Spirits
    • when only the physical body is developed, they need a dwelling-place
    • causes, from spiritually-inspired activities. If one keeps to the physical
    • from the old Moon, man had his physical body from Saturn, his etheric
    • that man's ego works upon his astral, etheric, and physical bodies.
    • being by saying that he consists of physical body, etheric body, astral
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    • of man's physical body. Myth of Chronos and Gaea. On the
    • the ego takes hold of man's astral, etheric, physical bodies
    • guide those mighty evolutionary processes which ordinary physical science
    • lectures how spiritual science does not see merely physical material
    • objects in the bodies of our cosmic system, but linked with the physical
    • time, namely, the first rudiments of the physical body, consisted of
    • blood: a physical body consisting only of warmth! It is a horrible idea
    • germ of man — his physical body. All the other beings which are
    • had no physical body on Saturn, their lowest member was an etheric body
    • to think away completely the physical body in the Spirits of Form, and
    • through his physical body. They possess no hands through which they
    • the physical body. But their etheric body manifests in such a way that
    • physical bodies appear like mirror-pictures. They actually consist of
    • as the physical germ of man, if you imagine a person standing before
    • was the first rudiments of the human physical body. Man was thus, even
    • saps, they relinquish their etheric body and in this way the first physical
    • their nature we should say: as the human being has the physical body
    • Just imagine all your egos which are here in your physical bodies being
    • that on the Moon man now consisted of physical body, etheric body and
    • human being of Saturn who has the first rudiments of the physical body.
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    • nothing in your physical body today that is not permeated by mineral
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    • earlier lectures it has been stated that on Saturn the first physical
    • ancient Moon, then we remember that the human being had physical body,
    • where he had no ego at all, where he still consisted of physical body,
    • in the physical bodily nature of man. As Spirits of Wisdom they were
    • work on man's being since he has a physical body, an etheric and
    • visible. The old records contain a Genesis that establishes the physical
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    • of their consciousness if we think of the physical consciousness of
    • of the Angel beings: they have no physical body and therefore no organs
    • of the physical body such as eyes, ears, and so on. Hence they do not
    • perceive the physical world. As their lowest being they have the etheric
    • So that wherever the physical kingdom is here, the Angels perceive a
    • have often spoken. We have said that man has a physical body, an etheric
    • into his being and forms the basis for the upbuilding of the physical
    • with physical forces in building cities and so on, so from Devachan
    • to rise into the higher worlds. The physical plane of external reality
    • with its lack of interest in the physical plane, had continued, there
    • in the physical world today. For it would not have seemed at all important
    • to occupy oneself seriously with physical laws in order to people the
    • interest in the physical plane. Then comes the Spirit of that epoch
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    • invisible. Goblins, Gnomes. Fourfold nature of man: physical body,
    • etheric body, astral body, and ego. As physical substance continues
    • the direction of the sub-physical members of the Goblins, Gnomes,
    • We apportion to him a bodily nature — the physical body, etheric
    • nature. In the single animal standing before us in the physical world
    • for physical perception, but they exist nevertheless. The animal belongs
    • here on the physical plane that we can say animals have body and soul.
    • which are no longer visible to the physical senses, beings possessing
    • of man when we distinguish his members as physical body, etheric body,
    • physical body.
    • to delusion if we imagined quite abstractly that the physical body had
    • nothing to do with man's ego. In man's physical body we have the
    • very complicated organization. In all essentials the ego has its physical
    • body in the glandular system, the physical body in the physical organs
    • of the etheric body. Thus the physical body presents, as it were, an
    • Now take the human physical
    • body as you have it before you, take all that this physical body is
    • in a physical state in our present phase of evolution is a result and
    • to describe what constitutes a physical body, one can say that one sees
    • lies a stage higher than the physical body. Still less can one see the
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    • physical world. The human ego is really a group ego which has descended
    • from the astral plane to the physical plane, and thus becomes an individual
    • is here on the physical plane as the separate animal possesses only
    • physical body, etheric body, and astral body. The ego is in the astral
    • to speak, the severing of the members which then extend into the physical
    • plane what they bring down to the physical plane. When an animal dies
    • waiting, just as some physical being waits for food. I once compared
    • of external facts of the physical senses. Science will confine itself
    • and the power of external physical facts will utterly overthrow these
    • today with physical science. And one day the learned will find themselves
    • special course of science, an absolute desolation of the purely physical
    • into physical conditions, there having the opportunity of becoming individual.
    • When the physical and
    • into the other members they make use of the physical organs and consciousness
    • and man dipped down into his physical body, as far as was the case then,
    • he by no means saw physical beings and objects in definite boundaries
    • physical and etheric bodies during the night, no absolute unconsciousness
    • his physical body and emancipated himself from the “dance”
    • soul, he felt himself immersed in the group soul when he left his physical
    • a physical corporeality; but the beings whom they revered as the Gods,
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    • The four systems of man's physical body: senses system as
    • expression of the physical: Saturn. Glandular system as expression
    • when astral body and ego are outside the physical and etheric
    • of the etheric body in the physical body; towards the future a
    • These have, as it were, ventured too far forward into our physical world
    • individual ego here on the physical plane — at least during his
    • consciousness for the physical world here but they have group egos which
    • in the same way as here in the physical world he has intercourse during
    • cycle is quite a different being from what he is by day. His physical
    • the physical and etheric bodies. They lie there, and if we disregard
    • in the members remaining here in the physical world, or in those which
    • We know that he received the first rudiments of a physical body in the
    • This physical body which man bears today is actually his oldest part,
    • rudiments were there while no other part of the physical body as yet
    • of sense-organs. On the Sun the etheric body was added, the physical
    • Then on the Moon when the physical body had undergone a third transformation
    • body, and the senses system the physical expression of the physical
    • the present physical human body.
    • human being in his first physical rudiments. Now when we reflect on
    • this we must be clear that the present human body is not only physical
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    • forces which take the form of architecture for the physical body,
    • of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and so on, upwards, as man,
    • etheric body forward from there; they need no physical body like man.
    • But there is a physical bodily element through which they can bring
    • our earthly sphere those forms of physical reality with the relationship
    • worlds. In those forms of art expressed in space we have on earth physical
    • as you know, we have pointed out that in the waking man the physical
    • the sleeping man the physical and etheric bodies lie on the bed, the
    • place man has the physical body, then the etheric or life body, then
    • which is possessed too by the animal here below on the physical plane.
    • in the physical body works on the whole inner nature, on sentient soul,
    • united with the physical and etheric bodies. In the night man's
    • and enters the three-fold bodily nature of physical body, etheric body
    • of the spiritual world, then everything living in his physical body
    • forces of the physical body, new order enters, one might say there is
    • something which works when the inner soul nature and the outer physical
    • the interaction of the soul inwardness and the actual physical instrument
    • — not the substances — of the physical body, with what one
    • strong if they are to manifest in the robust physical body. In older
    • the physical body and men therefore perceived that forces were always
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    • sacred spiritual actions are brought into the physical
    • the whole being of man, hence into his physical karma.
    • of physical life only. The tragedy in the karma of men
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    • found here in the physical world of sense. Here we have
    • has a life-giving quality, not only for the physical
    • this physical world of sense, — as when in sacred
    • cult or ritual men consciously transform their physical
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    • physical body with great rapidity, though with the
    • said that this entry and expansion into the physical body
    • body and the becoming-aware of the physical. Man passes
    • down at once into the physical. This is a peculiarity of
    • the etheric body and the physical.” They knew that
    • body, and then only enters into the physical. Thus indeed,
    • remains lying on the couch, into the etheric and physical
    • body leave the physical and etheric, the Ego very quickly
    • into the etheric and physical body took place in distinct
    • the physical shape, but the physical was enveloped in an
    • leaving the physical body to a slight extent. He was
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    • preparing to descend into the physical world of sense, who
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    • the events in the physical and super-physical worlds which
    • physical world of sense, so we are surrounded in the
    • forces of heredity. Never were the forces of physical
    • especially important which are connected with physical
    • realisation through physical inheritance.
    • not the physical earth. As we look down on to the earth,
    • into the Physical, and by their power implanting the
    • Spiritual into the Physical. But, ever and again after long
    • carry the Spiritual into the Physical, making it a creator
    • of the Physical, — all this their power the Seraphim,
    • who afterwards descended into the physical world, being
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    • physical inheritance — forces related to physical
    • enter strongly into the physical bodily nature of man.
    • forces will work right into the physical organisation. For
    • connect the physical phenomena of health and illness with
    • behind the scenes of this external, physical world which is
    • paths of Michael from the spiritual into the physical
    • physical world was taking place in the last third of the
    • Michael will appear as an immediate, physically creative,
    • physically formative power.
    • expression and take vengeance in physical illnesses,
    • physical accidents and the like.
    • enhanced. For Michael works right down into the physical
    • physical bodies on the earth. Nevertheless, they can
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    • he descends from the spiritual into the physical worlds,
    • enter into this physical body with a certain reservation,
    • and firmly established in the physical bodily nature. In
    • physical and etheric organisation.
    • of the outer physical body only. The others, who are
    • materialists, know the physical only, — or at least
    • truth, but it holds good in the physical alone. This
    • physical life, and they cannot approach Anthroposophy
    • implanted in his physical and etheric body. He felt his
    • physical body. But the Cosmic Intelligence, that Michael
    • follows. They too have the physical body; but the Cosmic
    • spirit — remains in the physical body. Thus there are
    • has dived deep down into their physical body.
    • down into the Physical. I described it yesterday as
    • basis of their nationality, out of the Physical. Today we
    • soul-and-spirit from the physical bodily nature as in times
    • and especially if his physical body is thoroughly taken
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    • trees and shrubs here in the physical world. What is
    • commonly referred to as a mere physical planet is in
    • a star, that which appears to us physically is but the
    • — now that that which appears in the physical Sun
    • environment no less than physical human beings. During this
    • kingdom adjoins the physical, so that we may say: ‘It
    • penetrate into the physical domain of earth.
    • spiritual and in the physical together, if one would
    • the earthly physical domain. It will only be so if there
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    • physical sun is darkened over the land of Palestine, over
    • observation can now verify if a physical eclipse of the sun
    • the sun also as its physical life – is connected to
    • life on the earth. And how when the physical glow is
    • the physical body of him with whom they had wandered. And
    • of Golgotha, which they experienced in the physical body in
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    • and can no longer suffer because he has no physical body.
    • illusion that only the physical body can suffer and a dead
    • that only the physical body, which consists of physical
    • could suffer! The physical body cannot suffer; it is the
    • of the physical that suffering exists in kamaloca. Whoever
    • earth, lived on the physical plane for three years and
    • say: Now Christ Jesus stands physically before us, or now
    • expressed in the human physical body can be understood in
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    • learned to know the souls of the pagans through physical,
    • affected by all kinds of terrible mental and physical
    • which all that was physically and spiritually unworthy was
    • with John the Baptist, the physical body of the Baptist
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    • why people can no longer live in their physical bodies
    • three bodies – physical body, etheric and astral
    • incorporation of man in the physical world. He felt that
    • physical body, the mystery of all that had been revealed to
    • things in such a way that man could feel that the physical
    • possible to determine whether his physical body was
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    • all that is to take place physically in the future already exists in
    • for our evolution. Nothing appears on the physical plane that was not
    • etheric body was far more developed than their physical body. Their
    • epoch is to adapt the human being fully to the physical plane. This occurs
    • delves into physical matter in order to understand and master it. In
    • the physical light of these heavenly bodies, they perceived the planets'
    • modern scholar is rooted in knowledge of the physical world, of matter.
    • Spiritual science has descended to the physical plane we know so well.
    • observation of the physical world.
    • with the physical plane where the sun is in the middle. All truths are
    • Today, when our sight is directed only to the physical world, faith
    • in the sixth epoch. The mechanical science of the physical plane will
    • transformation can only occur through great, physical upheavals. Everything
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    • all that is to take place physically in the future already exists in
    • for our evolution. Nothing appears on the physical plane that was not
    • etheric body was far more developed than their physical body. Their
    • epoch is to adapt the human being fully to the physical plane. This occurs
    • delves into physical matter in order to understand and master it. In
    • the physical light of these heavenly bodies, they perceived the planets'
    • modern scholar is rooted in knowledge of the physical world, of matter.
    • Spiritual science has descended to the physical plane we know so well.
    • observation of the physical world.
    • with the physical plane where the sun is in the middle. All truths are
    • Today, when our sight is directed only to the physical world, faith
    • in the sixth epoch. The mechanical science of the physical plane will
    • transformation can only occur through great, physical upheavals. Everything
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    • the physical to the spiritual world. Then we have fulfilled our duty:
    • to connect the physical and the spiritual worlds.
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    • the physical body. It was connected with a diminution of consciousness, but
    • were led back to vision of the physical world, they experienced themselves
    • externally on the physical plane. Their lives were entirely dedicated
    • first time, something was experienced as an external physical event
    • to begin with, they had their etheric bodies lifted out of their physical.
    • Everything that Christ Jesus experienced physically, on the physical
    • in a physical body. In this way the prophecies of the prophets were
    • looked toward him who was to come, who will live on the physical plane
    • who consists of physical body, etheric body, astral body, and I. When
    • bodies are changed; and then finally the physical body too. The I is
    • are constantly exchanging sheaths, as we do between physical birth
    • alternate between spiritual and physical life. With the group souls
    • initiation, an ascent, to begin with, through learning on the physical
    • the mysteries of the physical plane are described and then, out of
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    • from its physical body, that means only that a person's inner being has
    • physical plane, then it must form a body for itself: it must build and
    • no longer live its life on the physical plane. Just as it is here on
    • the physical plane, so it is also on the higher planes for spiritual
    • soul freed itself from her physical body. Even now she is working as
    • and forces on the physical plane, so also does such a being take hold
    • could not find expression on the physical plane. We ourselves must create
    • He, too, has left the physical plane, he who stood there as the great
    • left to the physical plane, a spring that will be a blessing to us if
    • on the physical plane. We serve her best by placing ourselves in the
    • emphasis is on the development of the physical body. In other places
    • emphasis is on the physical body, then, another time, he or she would
    • of the physical body. The Phrygians in Smyrna emphasized the etheric
    • assume that someone lives in a region where the physical body is especially
    • developed; if that person then neglects the physical body, it then becomes
    • the development of the physical body lead? We can become increasingly
    • clear about this if we realize that the physical body must be evermore
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    • the signs of the zodiac that resound into our physical body. The seer
    • influence our physical body. Everything in the I, astral body, etheric
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    • aspects of the physical plane is the first step. Those to be initiated
    • pictures experienced by the seer are the fundamental forces of the physical
    • world. The physical world is formed out of this world of pictures. When
    • location and experience the physical world fading away. The world is
    • physical plane. This is described to us in a certain way in the seven
    • knowledge of the physical plane is put into signs in the seven seals.
    • on the physical plane. Place yourself with a seer presently on the astral
    • of your own physical world in the near future. The present, today, in
    • the astral world, is the future in the physical, so that the seer can
    • their physical bodies into a higher form. In the second region etheric
    • parts of the human constitution: one folk especially develops the physical
    • another only the physical body, is cultivated. In our various incarnations
    • physical body is especially cultivated. The individual words characterize
    • body, and physical body; and the I is presented as what is at work on
    • When we have come as far as the physical breath we take in, when the
    • I has worked down into the physical body — perhaps you know that
    • physical future of human beings. Look at what is on the astral plane
    • being is enveloped in an astral body that permeates the physical body.
    • entirely different from the sense organs in the physical body. We speak
    • in terms of such astral senses, the human physical body will have in
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    • even the establishment of a heavenly kingdom in the physical sense in
    • a physical body in common with the mineral world; an etheric body in
    • of the physical body and the astral body impressed into the etheric
    • Otherwise the physical body is a hindrance to bringing to consciousness
    • the initiator led the etheric body out of the physical body, enlightenment
    • The etheric body creates and forms the physical body, of course, and
    • the basis for the physical body. In the spiritual world they had to
    • do without a picture of the physical human body; they saw only the etheric
    • initiates always saw the physical human being spiritualized and placed
    • world from the point of view provided by the physical world. In this
    • physical form. For this reason Paul knew that what appeared to him before
    • form of the physical body, not only the etheric body, but the
    • spiritual-physical form of “Man,” the human being, now
    • present-day culture we can see in the physical world. But what will
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    • the physical earth and beyond to spiritual realities. Present-day science
    • the scenes of the physical, external development of humankind.
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    • can see very little of what constituted the physical body at that time.
    • and the human physical body was still very difficult to distinguish
    • physical nature the most. The occultist refers to them as the bull people.
    • of the post-Atlantean age, what can be achieved in the physical world.
    • physical body; but the human being must again subjugate the physical body.
    • longer slaves of our physical bodies.
    • of self within our physical bodily nature. On the other hand, we thank
    • the physical world. We thank the Christ principle for our ability to
    • beings had to descend into physical life; but in order to preserve them
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    • to like life in the physical, sensible world. They are to see the sun
    • this reason it was the concern of Zarathustra to show the physical-material
    • the earth's fields should be like a cultivation of the physical body
    • of God, who stands behind the physical world. The ancient Hebrew nation
    • into thinking there is nothing but physical matter he calls Ahriman,
    • being may come to like physical life too much.
    • their lives in physical, sensible bodies. Every life on earth is followed
    • To the extent that people came increasingly to like this physical world,
    • human beings already stood so firmly in the physical world that they
    • Greco-Latin age when people had become so fond of physical matter that
    • they created physical forms incorporating ideals in the physical world.
    • not only for the physical world but also for the spiritual world.
    • in the physical and in the spiritual. The whole of our post-Atlantean
    • the physical world while, at the same time, keeping awake faith in the
    • Through the fact that Christ revealed himself in a physical body on
    • physical body is being preserved until the day when the Maitreya Buddha
    • we are to learn in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch how the earthly-physical
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    • had fully entered into the physical world, there appears, among other
    • everywhere behind the physical world. The science that had penetrated
    • Christ who had descended into a physical man. But faith and knowledge
    • only on the external, physical level. The evolution of humankind takes
    • Egyptians knew we now see appearing in a physical form. In the past
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    • include in our solar system everything up to Saturn; and just as physical
    • but the human being existed within the lawfulness of the physical, mineral
    • being descended more and more into the physical bodily nature this bodily
    • soul even though his physical body was not as dense as bodies are today.
    • In terms of their physical bodily nature, Atlanteans were much thinner
    • physical bodily nature in order to develop our I consciousness.
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    • developed individuality that he could leave the physical world in the
    • physical, etheric, and astral, left behind by Jesus were then filled
    • physical human body. These bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, invisible to
    • the physical eye, were then replicated in a way similar to what happened
    • Apostles. They placed value on tradition passed on through physical means.
    • what is going on in the physical world around it. Today the soul must
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    • little bit beyond the upper part of the physical body. The etheric body
    • body having influence over the physical body. However, what has the most
    • them up. At that time the physical body was only a very small inclusion;
    • and soon resembled another. Human beings constantly changed their physical
    • our mountain fog. The human physical body had the most varied colorings
    • the physical organization, for example the blood system and the skeleton.
    • physical body, then the human form would have remained as it was —
    • physical form. However, there were beings that became solid, hardened
    • expression in the physical body of the various animals. Each of the groups
    • were first to fall into the physical world during eruptions of natural
    • the last lower instincts to fall or be pushed into physical matter before
    • etheric body of the head extending beyond the physical head. That was
    • body moved into the corresponding part of the physical body only in
    • to develop a physical form appropriate for the spirit.
    • The more the I has mastery over the astral body, the more the physical
    • in our various incarnations. But because the human being's physical
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    • first. Back then everything in the physical world appeared to the human
    • the fourth age conquered the beauty of the physical world. The Greeks
    • physical-sensible existence that the spiritual world became dark for
    • which has given them mastery over external physical nature, the souls
    • great deal in terms of external physical martyrdom. But things are coming
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    • of lower astral world. This could be called the sub-physical astral
    • world. We have, then, devachan, the astral world, the physical world,
    • human physical body was prepared for the human being during the ancient
    • during ancient Moon, then we see how, in its way, this physical body
    • into the miraculous structure of the physical heart, or the brain that
    • is structured and organized with so much wisdom that physical science
    • physical. The I is the least perfect of all. For example, how little
    • does the I understand the structures of the physical body. This is
    • physical world is passing away, what the human being achieves in terms
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    • to draw the I toward the physical head. That is, the I, the spiritual
    • was pulled “down” toward the physical body, specifically,
    • head and the physical head did not then coincide, whereas today the
    • etheric body of the head is approximately the same as the physical head.
    • hydrocephalic today, as part of an atavistic inheritance. The physical
    • brain. Still, even when the etheric head had fully entered the physical
    • being consists of the four members: physical body, etheric body, astral
    • spirit-self, the etheric body into budhi or life-spirit, and the physical
    • the astral body, the etheric body, and the physical body. But before
    • example, in the last third of the Atlantean age the physical body was
    • intellectual soul, and the physical body thus unconsciously transformed
    • of its physical body, its etheric body, and its astral body. For this
    • reason, in the future they must leave their physical body to the external
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    • sensible physical existence; they were to live solely in what streams from
    • who, even if a three times stronger power confronted them on the physical
    • human beings, as we live on earth, it is only in our physical body that we
    • sound and life and is within this physical body — the so-called ether
    • human being, even as the physical body of Man is built up from the physical
    • forces and physical substances of earth.
    • 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
    • light, it uses up the light, just as we use up air physically. (You may read
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • spiritual aspect, we all become old alike. If we die early, our physical body
    • years that we live in physical and in ether body as human beings — we
    • have the deeds on earth that we accomplish in the physical body, and we have
    • only in accordance with external physical reality, only in accordance with
    • French Revolution that they believed in the physical plane alone. It may be
    • Revolution were conscious only of the physical plane.
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    • sensible physical existence; they were to live solely in what streams from
    • who, even if a three times stronger power confronted them on the physical
    • human beings, as we live on earth, it is only in our physical body that we
    • sound and life and is within this physical body — the so-called ether
    • human being, even as the physical body of Man is built up from the physical
    • forces and physical substances of earth.
    • 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
    • light, it uses up the light, just as we use up air physically. (You may read
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • ether body travels quite a different path from our physical body. After we
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • spiritual aspect, we all become old alike. If we die early, our physical body
    • years that we live in physical and in ether body as human beings — we
    • have the deeds on earth that we accomplish in the physical body, and we have
    • only in accordance with external physical reality, only in accordance with
    • French Revolution that they believed in the physical plane alone. It may be
    • Revolution were conscious only of the physical plane.
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • his physical organs into the spiritual, super-sensible foundation of
    • and that in the moment the seer's eye is opened the physical
    • justified. This human aura, within which physical man is simply
    • exist in the physical world of sense. Even though it is difficult to
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • prepare them for further digestive work in the physical organism of
    • physical body to that part of their being which they present to us.
    • underlying the external physical body. When we consider the plants we
    • have done in the case of the physical bodily life and the blood, so
    • itself with the physical man, feels itself at one with him.
    • physical Man as an image of that other “Man” who is
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • physical world.
    • that we can see in the purely organic, physical inner life of man a
    • everything physical, is built up out of the spirit, we therefore take
    • really our own Self as physical man.
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • as a physical organism (as we shall explain further) are higher,
    • astral body and the ego; and that we have in this physical organism
    • only the external physical expression for the corresponding formation
    • external, physical spleen, but that this is merely the physical
    • expression of the spiritual, the less is the physical form of the
    • organ, that is, what we have before us as physical substance, the
    • movement is merely the physical expression of gravitation, even so is
    • the physical organ merely the physical expression of the
    • gravitation when we remove the pendulum, which is the physical
    • spiritual influences should cease with the removal of the physical
    • organ; for this physical organ, in its physical nature, is only a
    • system of forces working in it which have in the physical spleen only
    • blood-system, as I have often stated, the physical instrument of our
    • physical body, an ether-body, and an astral body. An ego free to fly
    • and a physical body.
    • man's being we have just named, so does its physical organ, the
    • on the physical side corresponding images, as it were, of the astral
    • transformed by way of our nutrition. And just as the physical body of
    • say that the nature of this physical organ, this physical instrument
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • anthroposophical sense, a “physical organ,” or rather the
    • physical expression of an organ.” For you have already
    • example, that, as something material, the physical spleen may even be
    • removed a physical organ such as this, there still remains in the
    • it were, everything physically visible and perceptible in an organ
    • what we can see physically, but rather to force-systems that are in
    • force-system not physically visible to external sight.
    • physically visible. This would represent a force-system visible only
    • force-system is filled out with physical matter, we must ask
    • when any physical matter such as the kidneys, embedded within these
    • we see as a physical-sensible organ is such that physical matter,
    • belonging to the physical world fits itself in and, attracted by the
    • depositing of the physical matter in the super-sensible force-system
    • does the organ become a physical thing. We may say, therefore, that
    • the reason why, for instance, a physical-sensible organ is visible at
    • physical matter. Hence, in these force-systems which at different
    • points of the organism deposit physical matter within themselves, we
    • within itself and which incorporates physical matter within itself in
    • physical matter deposited in the organs, but also the other concept
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • man, as a physical organisation, separates himself from the outside
    • far as the physical system, can work with the blood as its
    • human being in so far as he is physical can exist. If we observe the
    • know, furthermore, that the nervous system is the physical instrument
    • process of the physical body when we say that this process of
    • secretion, looked at physically, is such that the substances
    • parts of the physical body; whereas in its other aspect it is a
    • what we may call a transporting in the physical sense, a changing of
    • the substances in the organism, is physically present.
    • physical body. To this extent all the separate members of the human
    • before us in the physical body, we are viewing the human organism in
    • physical body of man, there must be present the potentiality of the
    • physical instrument, follows physically what the ego lives through in
    • physical, sensuous being. For this incorporating of substances there
    • everything which in the strictest sense belongs to the physical
    • nutritive processes which make the skin a physical system, but that
    • a bone, it is really transported only as physical matter; and what
    • outline of its form, for the purpose of making us into physical man;
    • it were, of physical existence represented in the blood-system, which
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • which take place on the physical plane, and which fall into any one
    • down as the physical organism. Let us take first the process of
    • before our minds the physical correlative of the process of
    • that the physical correlative of this again is different. It is,
    • in which the physical is considerably more manifest. The physical
    • physical correlatives.
    • certain extent characterise in this way the physical correlatives
    • characterising is obviously not something of a crude physical nature,
    • outside physical world, they manifest an extreme delicacy. They are
    • influence within the physical organisation and which express
    • our physical organisation, we must say that this bony system is
    • really, as a result, the basis of our physical body so far as this
    • appears before us within the boundary of its physical form. A
    • given us the physical form we have as human beings, has been
    • through the physical process of salt-depositing. In other words we
    • forms the physical correlative of our feeling process. The process
    • what we have about us in our environment as physical-sensible world;
    • physical world, first of all, that we have around us; and, for the
    • normal consciousness, we ourselves belong only to the physical world.
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    • relationship to the physical organs. He focuses on the digestive and
    • organisation, to all the individual systems constituting the physical
    • into the physical man as he stands before us in the physical world.
    • which fills out the human organism, you retain as a physical
    • organisation even less than a mere physical sack, if I may be
    • whatever of a physical character. For even what exists in the form of
    • all occultism, this which first confronts the purely physical matter
    • like a sack or a physical bag but as something superphysical,
    • physical-sensible manifestation of the human being. Only by reason of
    • matter does the human organism become a physical-sensible organism,
    • here you have, according to our present-day physics, the physical
    • then produced this physical body, kitchen salt. They presuppose this,
    • such organs in the physical world as could become the instruments of
    • it were, his animal existence in the physical body, dimly mirrors his
    • maintain a dim consciousness of his inner life in the physical world,
    • so forth, in order to enter into direct contact with the physical
    • reopens himself outward that we find the basis for his physical
    • course of the blood physically permeate his entire organisation. And
    • of being the instrument of man's ego in the physical world. We
    • physical organisation. The ego, on the other hand, together with its
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    • sense-perception and of the intellect bound up with the physical
    • physical world, he can only do so in pictures, but if his descriptive
    • physical sense-world; something comes into existence which we must
    • eye could see in the physical world. In the course of these lectures
    • ourselves at the moment immediately preceding the physical
    • coagulation, the physical densification of our earth. Let us imagine
    • productive activity which can be seen with physical eyes.
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    • expression of the physical, and certain other parts as the expression
    • that the spirit of the Elohim broods, because what the physical
    • physical tone brings about in the powder also occurs throughout
    • penetrates to the super-sensible out of which our material physical
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    • higher than the ordinary physical events which proceeded from them
    • of the Sun evolution these conditions did obtain, even physically
    • — that is to say, physically to the density of air. Today they
    • cannot exist physically at all. The form of activity which at that
    • time actually existed in the physical mode can only be found today by
    • our external physical plants, those Beings whom we have learnt to
    • weaves and activates in the spiritual as the basis of the physical,
    • threw off the sparkling blossoms of plant existence, these physically
    • which is the basis of consciousness, penetrate the physical and
    • rudiments of a physical body had been laid down in man; during the
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    • candle and examining the warmth of physical existence. We have to
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    • light and darkness is effective. The physical notion of matter which
    • our physical eyes — that is a subsequent form of light. In the
    • same way what we designate as physical darkness, what surrounds us at
    • you will doubt that the physical daylight which we see nowadays is
    • living thing, and, so far as their external physical existence is
    • continual using up of our physical bodies during day life. That is a
    • uses up the forces of the external physical body, the first rudiments
    • physical body is quite different in sleep, when the astral body with
    • forces of the physical body, in sleep these forces are being
    • our physical and etheric bodies we have to distinguish destructive
    • physical bodies from the time we awaken to the time we go to sleep
    • our physical bodies which goes on during the waking life of day could
    • rudiments of our physical body could never have been formed. For
    • activity on our physical bodies was an up-building one, and had to be
    • could undertake the rebuilding of the physical body during sleep,
    • work upon our physical and etheric bodies, building them up. This
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    • physical existence, behind what we perceive with our senses.
    • of spiritual Beings. To include what we today call our physical body,
    • conditions. Thus we have in our own outer physical bodies something
    • the human physical body. You will remember that I said in
    • the first rudiments of the human physical body were formed.
    • us in the earthly constituents of our physical bodies. It is these
    • Will, and, not behind physical water, but behind the forces of
    • does not find the fantastic apparition of physical matter, for that
    • physical theory that gaily assumes whole universes to have been
    • simple hypothesis. First it discovers certain physical laws, and then
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    • Strader. He knew them on the physical plane, and there formed certain
    • reality of a being whom he knows on the physical plane — Maria
    • sense organs, as purely physical organs, had already been formed on
    • obscura. Purely physical apparatuses like that can perceive nothing.
    • They are constructed according to purely physical laws. In the Moon
    • so formed that it was merely a physical apparatus; at the Moon stage,
    • represented on its surface in physical form. We say that something is
    • you make a study of our present sun, even from a purely physical
    • be found in the physical sun.” The most you can say is that the
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    • weaving warmth we can speak only of the first rudiments of physical
    • creation, unless we are clear that in reality it is not the physical
    • think of the physical, earthly man of today much in the same way as
    • appropriate physical laws; we must expect to find him in a
    • isolated from the physical body? Our astral bodies are separated from
    • he leaves his etheric and physical bodies lying in bed, and he
    • physical and etheric bodies, currents go out from it, it begins to
    • enable us on its return to continue our waking life in the physical
    • body quit the physical body when the human being falls asleep. But in
    • winds its way in spiral form out of the physical body. It moves as a
    • clairvoyant hovering like a cloud in the vicinity of the physical
    • physical humanity would not have had the forces bestowed upon it
    • beings had already condensed physically in the region of air and
    • fifth day we still do not find man among the physical earth beings.
    • what we call the physical body came into existence on the sixth day
    • himself. Man was certainly there in a physical form — but then
    • even the vibrations of heat are physical. If you come into a space
    • you must still call that physical existence, and there was such
    • physical existence on Saturn, even though only in the form of warmth.
    • He was to be found in physical form, as an earth being, but only in
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    • elementary or physical constituents in the body of the sun, but also
    • condition began to take on physical form. In the condition described
    • became more and more physical. Strange as it may sound, the plant
    • consciousness, had not yet been brought to physical densification;
    • individual physical form. And the Atlantean mist is described as in
    • distinguish in him four members, the physical, etheric and astral
    • bodies and the bearer of the ego. We know that the physical and
    • physical and etheric bodies as we know them today. These were only
    • have when with our astral body we are outside our physical and
    • outside his physical and etheric bodies, he is so to say articulated
    • during the day as our physical and etheric bodies was being prepared.
    • It was in order that these etheric and physical bodies should be able
    • physical bodies which were in course of preparation were propagated
    • the physical descendants of those who had remained with the earth
    • kinds of propagation. What later became the human physical and
    • physical. We must become ever clearer that always behind the coarser
    • lies a finer, and behind the physical lies a spiritual. With the exit
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • preserved it in his physical and etheric bodies ever since. Thus man
    • earth physically harder, more fissured. To get a picture of what the
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    • physically the beings of the air and of the water. How does Genesis
    • become a creature physically resembling the animals. The group-souls
    • was not yet as he is today. The physical body which we find in man
    • only as regards his higher members that their physical humanity is
    • that the physical body was more etheric and the etheric body somewhat
    • denser than is the case today. A differentiation between physical and
    • etheric, a densification on the side of the physical, only occurred
    • not clothed in physical form, was not, so to say, impressed into a
    • physical body until much later. Thus we have to understand that first
    • the astral and then gradually condenses into the etheric-physical; it
    • today in the world as physical man first came about through the deed
    • woman, and moreover in such a way that the denser physical body
    • to the physical man. Physical man is the descendant, in a densified
    • construct prehistory from the point of view of purely physical
    • physical life and physical origins the more hazy the physical forms
    • the Bible is telling us is that the physical is little by little
    • begin with only spiritual processes. The physical eye would see
    • emerges what can now be seen by the physical eye. Thus, as
    • with has to be understood as purely spiritual, the physical emerges
    • like a crystallisation. It follows that at an earlier time physical
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    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • also contained in our physical formulae. In short, we finally must
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • upon the physical organism.
    • You are all acquainted with the physical concept of latent heat
    • 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.
    • They gave the child’s physical body its structure, but with the
    • whereas formerly they were submerged in the physical organism.
    • into the activity of the soul-spiritual forces in the physical-bodily
    • element, which is super-sensible, works upon the physical body. We
    • works upon the physical body out of a super-sensible sphere, for this
    • ordinary physical world lies behind us like a memory. We must have it
    • conception of super-sensible forces working upon the physical body, we
    • birth, or before we were conceived within the physical world, when we
    • death, we are surrounded by physical beings.
    • passed before the earth received us into the physical stream of
    • us a conception of the external physical world, so the steps
    • here in the physical world we preferably cling to observation and
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    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • also contained in our physical formulae. In short, we finally must
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • upon the physical organism.
    • You are all acquainted with the physical concept of latent heat
    • 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.
    • They gave the child’s physical body its structure, but with the
    • whereas formerly they were submerged in the physical organism.
    • into the activity of the soul-spiritual forces in the physical-bodily
    • element, which is super-sensible, works upon the physical body. We
    • works upon the physical body out of a super-sensible sphere, for this
    • ordinary physical world lies behind us like a memory. We must have it
    • conception of super-sensible forces working upon the physical body, we
    • birth, or before we were conceived within the physical world, when we
    • death, we are surrounded by physical beings.
    • passed before the earth received us into the physical stream of
    • us a conception of the external physical world, so the steps
    • here in the physical world we preferably cling to observation and
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    • spiritual world, however, so long as one is in the physical body; one
    • must also live with the physical world; therefore this mood of soul
    • physical world to strive as much as possible to grasp the facts of
    • things he cannot know about the physical world, he becomes flawed as
    • real, that is physical. There have been countless people who have
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    • spiritual world, however, so long as one is in the physical body; one
    • must also live with the physical world; therefore this mood of soul
    • physical world to strive as much as possible to grasp the facts of
    • things he cannot know about the physical world, he becomes flawed as
    • real, that is physical. There have been countless people who have
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    • that what today is known as physical science is a withering
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    • to believe that what he took in as food was only physical substance,
    • Persephone. This densification went on right into the physical body.
    • three bodily sheaths; it is enclosed in the physical body, the ether
    • factor. It is the ether body which has made the physical body denser,
    • upwards into the astral body, and downwards into the physical body;
    • and upon the physical bodies. During the period I have referred to
    • the ether body makes the physical body definitely denser, more
    • physical body as it develops from the earliest times right up to the
    • more under the influence of its physical environment whereas the
    • delicate physical body of old was more subject to the spiritual
    • physical body which did not exist earlier in a similar form have been
    • enhanced; the causes of disease, of illness, in the physical body in
    • world. Today the physical body is bound up with external physical
    • for the requisite conditions for health more to the external physical
    • emanating from the ether body and working upon the physical body,
    • which in the physical body brings about changes in the conditions
    • which work upon the physical body, upon the ether body itself and
    • undergone by physical, etheric and astral bodies. Hecate works in man
    • the first seven years the physical body is changed, in the second
    • physical body, it is saying that one form of Hecate is working in
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    • intervention of the spirit in events on the physical plane to be
    • as the facts which follow the physicalmathematical-chemical laws, but
    • spiritual movement and life behind the physical plane.
    • explained by physical, chemical or biological laws; on the other hand
    • other events, events which also take place on the physical plane, but
    • to examine the activity and nature of laws in the physical world
    • only that the chemical and physical laws active in his physical body
    • should be studied, but also that the connection between physical,
    • become visible in an unobtrusive way even to physical eyes, should be
    • present-day meteorology is a purely physical science. For the Greeks
    • there was as yet no such thing as a purely physical science
    • would be for us to investigate the physical forces which move our
    • to speak of the physical body, the densest part of the human being.
    • Microcosmically speaking we have to look upon the physical body as
    • physical body. The physical body is what serves to raise the mere
    • mover behind the deed in the physical world. The will-impulses, the
    • whole outward aspect of the physical body. The physical body is the
    • In order that will can act through man here in the physical world he
    • must have the physical body. In the higher worlds, activity of will
    • is something quite different from what it is in the physical world.
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    • of our physical bodies as transplanted into space, we have what the
    • man as consisting of physical, etheric, astral, and also of the ego
    • be in a peculiar position. One can say of the forces of the physical
    • representing the forces of the physical body, Poseidon as
    • bodies. The physical bodies which we men have are an Earth product,
    • able to live out their lives in this sheath of the human physical
    • the human physical body. Thus they could not descend into incarnation
    • in physical, fleshly bodies. These leaders of the Egypto-Chaldean
    • dwelt among men in physical bodies); their human form was
    • as concerns Earth-development on the physical plane Christ was
    • in human physical bodies even in the Egypt-Chaldean epoch. Even less
    • to Earth so far as to incarnate in a human physical body, that He
    • the event which culminated on the physical plane in the Mystery of
    • may in the physical realm, we shall not find the Christ substance as
    • it could never condense to the physical in a body of flesh. Today
    • what is physical upon Earth is like a snail shell, which one day when
    • the totality of human souls, just as the physical body now falls away
    • individual soul throws off the physical body and enters a spiritual
    • the physical element of the Earth. Where will be the Christ-substance
    • physical manifestation, but for the time being remains close to the
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    • infer that they knew that, just as human beings on the physical plane
    • their gods did nevertheless incarnate in physical bodies,
    • forces of the physical body ... so that one has to think of these
    • as it meets us on the physical plane is altogether maya. It
    • the cosmos. They actually dwelt on the physical plane, and were, in
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • the body, when so to say it looks upon the physical body from
    • developed his physical, etheric and astral bodies during the Moon
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, for they had been fully
    • human soul all these forces which the human physical, etheric and
    • that he saw through his eyes by means of his physical body, but he
    • knew: ‘With my consciousness I am standing outside my physical
    • body.’ He regarded the physical body as a possession. One might
    • gradually that this consciousness began to enter into the physical
    • developed physical, etheric and astral bodies, man bore in his astral
    • outside the physical body, a time when the soul was independent of
    • could come about that each one of your souls, now in your physical
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
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    • there no chemical, physical, biological laws as we understand them
    • that man as he stands before us consists of physical body, ether
    • Let us look at them as they meet us to begin with on the physical
    • plane, in the physical world. We will for the present ignore the
    • physical eyes, for the physical world. Let us begin with the
    • by the exercise of our physical senses, by exercising our faculties
    • for knowledge of the physical world. It is not visible to our eyes,
    • study him physically, with purely physical instruments, if we do not
    • is utterly deceiving himself. With physical faculties for acquiring
    • physical body. A man may be inwardly a thoroughly untruthful person,
    • be observed with external physical instruments. Thus, however far we
    • go in investigating with the forces of physical knowledge, we only
    • that is our own. In the physical world, or for physical instruments
    • being, let us now turn to the outermost member, to the physical body.
    • in recent years, the physical body can only be known in its true
    • to the physically based powers of physical knowledge, the physical
    • what we see as his physical body is maya, illusion. But there are as
    • many instances of this illusion of a physical body as there are men
    • example is given, and the perception of human physical bodies, of
    • only learn to know the ego when we direct our physical faculty of
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    • the human being, that he consists of physical body, etheric body,
    • brain is part of the physical body, and what constitutes the content
    • about, does not go as far as the physical body; that all takes place
    • ideation which takes place in the physical brain. Thus, if we are
    • what was outside it. So it is with the whole of the physical
    • diagram to represent the human physical bodily organisation. en we wis
    • external physical organism; it all takes place in the adjacent
    • Moon evolutions, and that in fine the present physical body, and with
    • man on Earth was so formed that he could develop his physical brain
    • environment of this our physical bodily organisation. That is how we
    • physical bodily organism, without man's having any direct
    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • penetrate at all into what we are as physical bodily organism; it is
    • physical being than he can see what is behind the mirror. Moreover he
    • does not penetrate into his physical organisation because his
    • by physical eyes but was visible only to the inspired consciousness.
    • The hierophants, who were to be seen with physical eyes were
    • fleshly body; there he was a real man standing upon the physical
    • the physical plane. But they do not impart their most important
    • teachings on the physical plane, but following the example of
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    • on Earth? Nothing of what we are familiar with today as the physical
    • Although the first rudiments of this physical body were present in
    • that had evolved of the physical and other bodies had reverted to
    • substantiality at the end of the Moon evolution. The physical which
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
    • the physical was as it were in solution, was present only as forces
    • — forces with the capacity to call forth physical forms, but
    • with the physical element not actually present. When Earth evolution
    • began, what we call the physical was not there in a physical, but
    • condensing little by little to the physical. That has to be borne in
    • form as physical body. What today is physical was at that time, even
    • forces of our present physical body were at that time in solution as
    • they were then able to bring about our physical body. Thus these
    • etheric forces were in a way the forces of the physical body but they
    • were not present in a physical condition. Thus when man entered upon
    • Condensation to the physical body only began from the Lemurian time
    • this etheric body contained those physical forces which had been
    • physical body could come into existence, but they were not yet in
    • physical form. But had the forces of the physical body condensed in
    • the way they tended to do at that time, even in his physical
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    • the coarser physical substance of the blood which emanates all the
    • physical forces, a purely etheric form. A physically solid man such
    • as we have today, with his thick physical blood, his system of nerves
    • which we also have, in the physical body today, were at that time
    • oneself to the skeleton. What physical science describes is only a
    • group-souls upon their physical forms. The influences which resulted
    • physically, the archetypal Phantom which today only appears in
    • physical form because man has harmonised the eagle, bull and lion
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan, of the physical, etheric and astral
    • etheric current to pass. I repeat — the brain as physical
    • on the physical plane to fill out his picture with reality. Then the
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    • received in his physical body. These are closed regions to him. But
    • we encounter what is in us as astral, etheric and physical bodies,
    • is there below in his astral, etheric and physical natures. Together
    • hierarchies have been at work upon us, we learn how our physical,
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • physical world through his senses, and his powers of spiritual perception
    • the physical body. With Abraham the withdrawal of the etheric body into
    • the physical body was more advanced, and the etheric forces, which had
    • experiences of the physical world which were conveyed through the portals
    • awareness of the physical world, which, in the case of other nations,
    • psycho-physical organism of thought, which made this possible, originated
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    • age-long provision by the spiritual powers, of the physical
    • Christ. While they treat mostly of the purely physical preparation through
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    • etheric body — and consequently its effect upon his physical body
    • sloughing off the physical body, but keeping the whole impress of the
    • of man's true spiritual nature. In the physical world, it is realised
    • was to see the outer physical world, not merely as the stage of his
    • of its inner experience, but was seeking to realise itself in the physical
    • LAMB, and was to imprint that image upon man's physical body in which
    • etheric body, so as to fit them for the change in their physical being
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    • theme, namely, to show how and in what respects the physical entity
    • worlds, and were to incarnate in an unsuitable physical organism, such
    • etheric or life-body on the Old Sun, the physical body on Old Saturn.
    • This means that the physical body is the most highly perfected, having
    • four stages of planetary evolution behind it. The physical body has
    • of the spirit. If the physical body were as undeveloped as the astral
    • of the human physical body. From this we may rightly infer that the
    • bound up with the physical instrument; whatever is to be brought to
    • outward expression depends upon the physical body being organised in
    • up with the constitution of the physical brain. Only by way of physical
    • who would carry to further stages of development that unique physical
    • physical, bodily constitution was now to be taken in hand by man
    • to be preserved through physical heredity. Jahve's covenant with Abraham
    • in accordance with their own inherent character. If the physical qualities
    • of the gods, namely the physical nature of humanity which had come into
    • being out of the universe. As we know, the physical bodily constitution
    • universe, has organised the human physical body according to the principles
    • not able to apply their powers of Imagination to physical life. Hence
    • the influences that affect it are mainly at the physical level. Then
    • can be compared with what flows into the human being on the physical
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    • comprehension of the outer world by means of the physical senses; in
    • other words, experience of the outer physical world. This faculty developed
    • expressing itself in the form of concepts and ideas of a physical nature,
    • in the physical world, through the exercise of normal, earthly thinking The
    • possessing the faculty of comprehending the outer physical world according
    • rise from knowledge of the physical world to knowledge of the spiritual
    • not physical impressions only, but also the Spirit. For this, individual
    • was loosened somewhat from the physical body, whereas normally the etheric
    • body is firmly knit with the physical body. It is well known that if
    • to him. The physical body evolves out of the shaping and moulding which
    • gives form to the physical body can be perceived only if it is loosened
    • from the physical body, as happened in the Baptism of John.
    • upon the physical body. Even to those who had developed beyond the normal
    • given the physical body its form and shape was itself a creation of
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • summary. The ego and astral if separate from the etheric and physical
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • of those living here on the physical plane, but also the souls of
    • the physical plane under circumstances to which we have often
    • thought has become on the physical plane during the last few
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • outer physical view, but stands in a tremendously great relationship.
    • In life we grow old, but in reality we can only say that our physical
    • bald as regards the physical body, we become — at least the
    • provides that our physical body shall grow old, we must certainly
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • perceive the physical objects around us when we sleep. Thus we do not
    • in the physical world with other human beings. Intercourse with
    • as physical men, but under that of those connected with us who have
    • old, those advanced in physical years. What clairvoyance shows us
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • ascending stream of its existence, and our physical organisation
    • physiology) has become more ‘physical’ than it was, so
    • had been able to bring them to fruition during our physical life, but
    • which our physical sense-world arises, out of which it arises in a
    • condensed form, as it were. Our physical world of sense is like
    • water, only raised to a different physical condition, so our physical
    • great atomic world behind physical reality; but if we wish to speak
    • of anything at all behind physical reality, we must speak of the
    • only present with his two physical feet but, as it were, with all
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • physical science and the intellect connected with it. Man knows but a
    • physically perceptible, remains in a spiritual
    • one, the element so connected with the physical organisation of man
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • so-called living — that is, those inhabiting physical bodies
    • life-relations of the physical world. We need but refer to the course
    • employ in speaking of the life in the physical world. Why are the
    • course, physical things only), the things with which he has something
    • across it. Comparing it with something physical, if there were an
    • the physical world and applied to the spiritual can only be
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    • metamorphoses of the human physical body in the course of successive
    • summary. The ego and astral if separate from the etheric and physical
    • are no longer present in the physical body, so that by this means we
    • the discarnate dead, no longer incorporated in a physical body, it
    • feelings which are extended to friends in the physical body. True, we
    • have confidence in a man in the physical body and this will be useful
    • his physical presence. For this it is necessary that we should ray
    • physical things; for the above-described universal confidence in life
    • has nothing to do with physical things.
    • he is to-day. What is attached to the head, although physically
    • physical organism only came into being at a time when it was no
    • during life. If, however, when the dead is physically absent we
    • in physical bodies, and between them when one is in a physical body
    • and the other not, or when neither is in a physical body? In respect
    • beings are in etheric and physical bodies are we separated from one
    • longing for our physical body. This longing which draws us ardently
    • to the physical body, divides us in sleep; otherwise we should drift
    • ardent longing for the physical body did not exist as long as man is
    • physically incorporated.
    • physical and etheric body, so after death, until rebirth, we are part
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    • to look behind our male and female physical bodies for the interacting
    • to look behind our male and female physical bodies for the interacting
    • science only one member of the whole being, namely the physical body.
    • we will concern ourselves with the physical and etheric bodies. For
    • is only to a certain extent a picture of the physical body. In
    • merely looks at the physical body little can be understood. The
    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • bodies must make use of the physical sense organs in order to become
    • aware of the physical world. That we see, hear, taste, and so on with
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
    • physical world through the sense organs. It is different during
    • this, the spiritual and physical worlds have a unique relationship to
    • one another, for everything physical is only a very dense form of the
    • physical and etheric bodies a densification of the astral body.
    • cries. That a soul mood might have an effect on the physical is not
    • and the astral body leave during the night while the physical and
    • physical and etheric body which makes the two sexes manifest here on
    • physical world as masculine and feminine is formed out of the
    • be possible to carry into physical existence the seeds needed to
    • spiritual and physical can work together through the medium of
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    • to look behind our male and female physical bodies for the interacting
    • to look behind our male and female physical bodies for the interacting
    • science only one member of the whole being, namely the physical body.
    • we will concern ourselves with the physical and etheric bodies. For
    • is only to a certain extent a picture of the physical body. In
    • merely looks at the physical body little can be understood. The
    • the ego are raised out of the physical-etheric organism of the human
    • bodies must make use of the physical sense organs in order to become
    • aware of the physical world. That we see, hear, taste, and so on with
    • our physical organs of sense is an idea widely held today. A thinker
    • physical world through the sense organs. It is different during
    • this, the spiritual and physical worlds have a unique relationship to
    • one another, for everything physical is only a very dense form of the
    • physical and etheric bodies a densification of the astral body.
    • cries. That a soul mood might have an effect on the physical is not
    • and the astral body leave during the night while the physical and
    • physical and etheric body which makes the two sexes manifest here on
    • physical world as masculine and feminine is formed out of the
    • be possible to carry into physical existence the seeds needed to
    • spiritual and physical can work together through the medium of
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    • independent of physical phenomena. A spiritual scientific training of
    • in the physical body, the taking in of it, that normally takes place
    • directly imprint into man's physical organisation the super-sensible
    • thinking and man's physical body, particularly in the head
    • physical body, and it is discovered in this way by
    • experiences into our etheric body and on into our physical
    • sources about the evolution of the physical body. But, when their
    • of lives he spends in a physical body and another form of existence
    • Stuttgart, to apply to the world of physical facts. Yet, ladies and
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    • independent of physical phenomena. A spiritual scientific training of
    • in the physical body, the taking in of it, that normally takes place
    • directly imprint into man's physical organisation the super-sensible
    • thinking and man's physical body, particularly in the head
    • physical body, and it is discovered in this way by
    • experiences into our etheric body and on into our physical
    • sources about the evolution of the physical body. But, when their
    • of lives he spends in a physical body and another form of existence
    • Stuttgart, to apply to the world of physical facts. Yet, ladies and
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    • when awake, our ego and astral body are within our physical body. I
    • while it is outwardly unfolding its physical nature — it is
    • physically, externally, it is going through no development; then the
    • The man who is limited in his physical senses, and
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • present time because man chiefly makes use of his physical body alone
    • use of his physical body, but will again learn to use his etheric
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    • when awake, our ego and astral body are within our physical body. I
    • while it is outwardly unfolding its physical nature — it is
    • physically, externally, it is going through no development; then the
    • The man who is limited in his physical senses, and
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • present time because man chiefly makes use of his physical body alone
    • use of his physical body, but will again learn to use his etheric
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the three members of the physical organism — to the system of
    • physical phenomena on the surface of the Earth and the external facts
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    • the three members of the physical organism — to the system of
    • physical phenomena on the surface of the Earth and the external facts
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    • In later ages he lived more and more on the physical plane,
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
    • world. In the days of Atlantis, sight on the physical plane
    • As the physical plane
    • have come forth. The spiritual and physical realities you see
    • woven from physical substances. There will come a time when
    • you must labour on the physical plane, when it will seem as
    • their sight, dwelling in a realm invisible to physical eyes
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • relationship with the physical plane, could only regard it as
    • conditions on the physical plane had not the Rishis, filled
    • germinating power that will make life in the physical world a
    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • on the physical plane. After death you can be united with the
    • even during physical life between birth and death the picture
    • astral body and ego had been raised out of the physical body;
    • ‘chest’ is nothing else than the physical body.
    • The moment Osiris is laid in the physical body, the inimical
    • forces of the physical world, forces that are not yet ready
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    • In later ages he lived more and more on the physical plane,
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
    • world. In the days of Atlantis, sight on the physical plane
    • As the physical plane
    • have come forth. The spiritual and physical realities you see
    • woven from physical substances. There will come a time when
    • you must labour on the physical plane, when it will seem as
    • their sight, dwelling in a realm invisible to physical eyes
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • relationship with the physical plane, could only regard it as
    • conditions on the physical plane had not the Rishis, filled
    • germinating power that will make life in the physical world a
    • beholding merely the physical expression of a spiritual
    • on the physical plane. After death you can be united with the
    • even during physical life between birth and death the picture
    • astral body and ego had been raised out of the physical body;
    • ‘chest’ is nothing else than the physical body.
    • The moment Osiris is laid in the physical body, the inimical
    • forces of the physical world, forces that are not yet ready
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    • in entering the physical world.
    • entering the physical world through conception and birth, and the
    • their physical bodies and taking their souls into the spiritual
    • have experienced in the physical world. After passing through the
    • souls meet those who are about to descend into a physical body. (This
    • the gate of death and those who are just about to enter the physical
    • only willing to use their physical bodies as instruments for
    • theoretical grounds that the physical body is the instrument of
    • themselves that the physical body is the instrument of all
    • the physical body. It had really come about that only the physical
    • people are no longer accustomed to use anything but their physical
    • be understood with the instrument of the physical brain or of the
    • physical body in general. But one cannot understand human life with
    • this instrument of the physical body. We can only understand human
    • physical body alone. It is this thinking that should be
    • to se their physical brains for understanding. They do not want to
    • support in the physical brain. The anthroposophic view of the
    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
    • physical body; it must be apprehended, through the instrument of the
    • underlying the physical body.
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    • in entering the physical world.
    • entering the physical world through conception and birth, and the
    • their physical bodies and taking their souls into the spiritual
    • have experienced in the physical world. After passing through the
    • souls meet those who are about to descend into a physical body. (This
    • the gate of death and those who are just about to enter the physical
    • only willing to use their physical bodies as instruments for
    • theoretical grounds that the physical body is the instrument of
    • themselves that the physical body is the instrument of all
    • the physical body. It had really come about that only the physical
    • people are no longer accustomed to use anything but their physical
    • be understood with the instrument of the physical brain or of the
    • physical body in general. But one cannot understand human life with
    • this instrument of the physical body. We can only understand human
    • physical body alone. It is this thinking that should be
    • to se their physical brains for understanding. They do not want to
    • support in the physical brain. The anthroposophic view of the
    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
    • physical body; it must be apprehended, through the instrument of the
    • underlying the physical body.
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • consciously or unconsciously invoked, lies our physical and
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • outwardly in the physical and chemical fields etc., is yet not valid
    • surrounds us in the physical world, so through intuition one learns
    • the nerve-sense being physical substance is annihilated. By this
    • with the physical breathing rhythm we perceive this union as an
    • how the moral world is connected with the world order of physical
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    • consciously or unconsciously invoked, lies our physical and
    • consciousness. What our physical organisation produces in our
    • outwardly in the physical and chemical fields etc., is yet not valid
    • surrounds us in the physical world, so through intuition one learns
    • the nerve-sense being physical substance is annihilated. By this
    • with the physical breathing rhythm we perceive this union as an
    • how the moral world is connected with the world order of physical
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    • on the physical plane and during the course of the present
    • it was the forces of the physical plane that exercised the strongest
    • such magnificent expression on the physical plane. Conditions in that
    • Christ on the physical plane in a physical body. In our own, fifth
    • just as in the fourth epoch Christ was visible on the physical plane
    • in a physical form.
    • incarnations man has descended more and more deeply into the physical
    • passes through the gate of death, he lays aside his physical and
    • our physical life. The important fact — for which, naturally,
    • incarnated, nor can he incarnate, in a physical body. But instead he
    • appear in a physical body. In our fifth epoch the intense
    • Jesus of Nazareth they saw the physical Christ. And during the next
    • capable of beholding the physical Christ; He therefore came in a
    • physical body. In our own epoch and on into the third millennium,
    • will never come again in a physical body.
    • attained only on the physical plane, the qualification for meeting
    • the physical plane. A Buddha is first a Bodhisattva, but he rises to
    • the rank of Buddha during a physical incarnation and it is then
    • physical plane. Hence during the next three thousand years men will
    • have to acquire in the physical world the power to behold the
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    • on the physical plane and during the course of the present
    • it was the forces of the physical plane that exercised the strongest
    • such magnificent expression on the physical plane. Conditions in that
    • Christ on the physical plane in a physical body. In our own, fifth
    • just as in the fourth epoch Christ was visible on the physical plane
    • in a physical form.
    • incarnations man has descended more and more deeply into the physical
    • passes through the gate of death, he lays aside his physical and
    • our physical life. The important fact — for which, naturally,
    • incarnated, nor can he incarnate, in a physical body. But instead he
    • appear in a physical body. In our fifth epoch the intense
    • Jesus of Nazareth they saw the physical Christ. And during the next
    • capable of beholding the physical Christ; He therefore came in a
    • physical body. In our own epoch and on into the third millennium,
    • will never come again in a physical body.
    • attained only on the physical plane, the qualification for meeting
    • the physical plane. A Buddha is first a Bodhisattva, but he rises to
    • the rank of Buddha during a physical incarnation and it is then
    • physical plane. Hence during the next three thousand years men will
    • have to acquire in the physical world the power to behold the
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    • soul-life is dependent upon the instruments of the physical body --
    • our physical organism serve as the instruments of this ordinary
    • either some event which takes place in the physical world —
    • This good Being, in that case, is not in the physical, sense-world,
    • etheric body, however, but also as certain forces of the physical
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • if we were to experience at once, in the physical world, a crippling
    • of our physical organism this would correspond to what actually
    • activity, that, in the human being who is incarnated in the physical
    • world) even as far as the physical world. For, when a clairvoyant has
    • say. He looks at it with his physical eye. Now, when he looks at it
    • the physical body. He will perceive in everything, the effect upon
    • forces of his own physical body. He actually sees his physical eye as
    • region of what is truly creative in the physical world, or the
    • creative physical world. Man perceives it first, by perceiving his
    • own physical organisation. Thus he retraces the path and returns to
    • physical eye, we experience there the forces sent out by the dead,
    • and coming from the elementary world back into the physical world.
    • possible, there will be knocking and other noises in the physical
    • physical thing. These very things, which are due to connections and
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    • soul-life is dependent upon the instruments of the physical body --
    • our physical organism serve as the instruments of this ordinary
    • either some event which takes place in the physical world —
    • This good Being, in that case, is not in the physical, sense-world,
    • etheric body, however, but also as certain forces of the physical
    • coarser and firmer parts of his physical organism, as well. Thus, we
    • if we were to experience at once, in the physical world, a crippling
    • of our physical organism this would correspond to what actually
    • activity, that, in the human being who is incarnated in the physical
    • world) even as far as the physical world. For, when a clairvoyant has
    • say. He looks at it with his physical eye. Now, when he looks at it
    • the physical body. He will perceive in everything, the effect upon
    • forces of his own physical body. He actually sees his physical eye as
    • region of what is truly creative in the physical world, or the
    • creative physical world. Man perceives it first, by perceiving his
    • own physical organisation. Thus he retraces the path and returns to
    • physical eye, we experience there the forces sent out by the dead,
    • and coming from the elementary world back into the physical world.
    • possible, there will be knocking and other noises in the physical
    • physical thing. These very things, which are due to connections and
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • understanding became limited to the physical world. We have seen that
    • humanity came to live entirely in the physical world. This made it
    • in human form, as a human being on the physical plane. Next we have
    • capacities in the physical world. Indeed, the materialistic tendency
    • of our age and the insistence to accept only the physical world as
    • physical. However, things must not remain like this. We must
    • attainments and fruits we have acquired in the physical world. It is
    • physical senses. In our time, the capacity to perceive the spiritual
    • point of view of race has a physical character, but what will prevail
    • of physical differences through the force of being a spiritual
    • structured — that the physical body is related to Saturn, the
    • “air,” they mean something external, physical. However,
    • refer to something physical but also to something spiritual
    • when we inhale, we simply breathe in physical air. In ancient times,
    • however, people did not believe they inhaled only physical air; they
    • physical brain as their instrument. As a result, when the soul is
    • physical world.
    • physical body, proceed to the etheric or life body and say it is
    • constructed on the same pattern as the physical body, only finer. And
    • take their images only from the physical world.
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • because it lacks the necessary physical instruments. It takes a
    • that was necessary, and he also had to have a perfect physical
    • into. Zarathustra had to find a suitable physical brain.
    • physical organization was the contribution of the ancient Hebrews to
    • Christianity. A suitable physical body for Zarathustra, a body with
    • the most perfect imaginable physical instruments, had to be created
    • in the Hebrew people through purely physical heredity. This had to be
    • bound to the physical brain. It is not for nothing that Abraham is
    • the physical brain was no exception. This faculty was developed
    • greatest ones, were not connected to a physical instrument, the
    • physical brain.
    • bound to a physical instrument but was transmitted from teacher to
    • later generations only through physical inheritance. The mission
    • given to Abraham depended on being transmitted physically from one
    • the physical brain, the latter became more and more perfect from
    • course of physical evolution.
    • between certain physical organs and the clairvoyant organs.
    • dried up, as it were, and condensed to etheric-physical streams. What
    • seven years. The first period, in which the physical body simply
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    • later — this gospel shows how the physical body in which Christ
    • gradually awakened in the process of perceiving the physical world.
    • things? They would not have dreamt of naming the physical body
    • a very special way at the point where this physical body was. As this
    • “home,” that is, in his physical body, but what was in
    • were describing this sun force dwelling in a physical
    • relation to the physical sun, which is the external expression of the
    • spiritual world that is received at the point where Christ's physical
    • it from the spiritual rather than from the physical, visible sun.
    • physical eye.
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    • perceive, on what is manifest, in physical existence. Now, of course,
    • realize that no two of them are alike on the physical plane. Here in
    • the physical realm all human beings are different from one another.
    • — I mean the diversity of their physical bodies — it is
    • to spiritual science, if we consider only the forms the physical body
    • us our physical shape are such that if only these formative forces
    • were to work on us, we would all have the same outer, physical form.
    • This is because the physical human body has undergone a long preparation.
    • forces of the earth itself could influence our physical body in no
    • that have been incorporated into our physical body during the Saturn,
    • not only our physical body, but also the etheric body that stands
    • alike in our physical body, in regard to our etheric body we must be
    • form almost as much as we do our physical form. This is one kind of
    • etheric body forms and molds the physical body. If only earthly
    • forces worked on us, we would all be alike in our physical body.
    • earthly forces into account, we can say that our physical bodies
    • etheric body and our physical body with the methods of spiritual
    • existed that would have prevented our physical body from developing
    • etheric body would have brought about diversities in our physical
    • human beings in whose physical formation one type of etheric
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    • effect. He will not merely learn that man consists of ‘physical
    • nature, as you know, the physical body and the ethereal body are immediately
    • must always be absolutely able to enter into the physical; and the
    • physical body must always be the other's servant. It is an unhealthy
    • state of affairs if the physical body executes movements on its own
    • account; it represents a preponderance of the physical over the
    • body. This kind of relation between the physical and the ethereal
    • convulsion. In all such conditions, the physical body is dominant and
    • over the physical. Self-education, and an influence upon the
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    • effect. He will not merely learn that man consists of ‘physical
    • nature, as you know, the physical body and the ethereal body are immediately
    • must always be absolutely able to enter into the physical; and the
    • physical body must always be the other's servant. It is an unhealthy
    • state of affairs if the physical body executes movements on its own
    • account; it represents a preponderance of the physical over the
    • body. This kind of relation between the physical and the ethereal
    • convulsion. In all such conditions, the physical body is dominant and
    • over the physical. Self-education, and an influence upon the
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    • human beings — present to physical eyes, one attains to what I
    • the physical human being, reveals itself in images and brings us a
    • permeating man's physical body. We can study this physical body if,
    • physical body. It was created with a knowledge, possessed in ancient
    • times, of the body of formative forces which permeates the physical
    • a space as peripheral as earthly space (physical space) is central. A
    • with the help of the etheric body, on a physical, earthly being.
    • a physical, earthly being in accordance with the bare, dry facts, we
    • find, of course, what it is for ordinary, physical space. But if we
    • passive, but by having his own share of physical matter and, in his
    • sides, to avoid imitating the human physical form when one approaches
    • plastic art. For the human physical form is itself only an imitation
    • external, physical body, which is itself only an imitation of the
    • formative forces; and this is within the plant, as is its physical
    • produces in the physical and formative-force bodies of a plant. One
    • song — can be given back to the whole man and his physical
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    • human beings — present to physical eyes, one attains to what I
    • the physical human being, reveals itself in images and brings us a
    • permeating man's physical body. We can study this physical body if,
    • physical body. It was created with a knowledge, possessed in ancient
    • times, of the body of formative forces which permeates the physical
    • a space as peripheral as earthly space (physical space) is central. A
    • with the help of the etheric body, on a physical, earthly being.
    • a physical, earthly being in accordance with the bare, dry facts, we
    • find, of course, what it is for ordinary, physical space. But if we
    • passive, but by having his own share of physical matter and, in his
    • sides, to avoid imitating the human physical form when one approaches
    • plastic art. For the human physical form is itself only an imitation
    • external, physical body, which is itself only an imitation of the
    • formative forces; and this is within the plant, as is its physical
    • produces in the physical and formative-force bodies of a plant. One
    • song — can be given back to the whole man and his physical
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    • manner on the physical body. Thereupon a complete
    • physical body of man. In the outer world, matter is nowhere
    • thus permeated with thought-forces works on the physical body in such
    • physical body. This centre of destruction within modern Western man
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    • manner on the physical body. Thereupon a complete
    • physical body of man. In the outer world, matter is nowhere
    • thus permeated with thought-forces works on the physical body in such
    • physical body. This centre of destruction within modern Western man
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    • coming into existence of man himself as a physical being, and then I
    • as physical man through physical conception and physical birth. But
    • what is observable within the physical world must be inadequately
    • contemplated if one fails to see behind the physical world a
    • its physical source in the Sun-nature of the cosmos. Moon-nature and
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    • coming into existence of man himself as a physical being, and then I
    • as physical man through physical conception and physical birth. But
    • what is observable within the physical world must be inadequately
    • contemplated if one fails to see behind the physical world a
    • its physical source in the Sun-nature of the cosmos. Moon-nature and
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    • soul before descent into a physical body through conception
    • from Divine-Spiritual worlds, had entered into physical bodies
    • perpetually the forces of death. In a physical sense we may say:
    • can only exist in a physical body, that as a being of
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    • soul before descent into a physical body through conception
    • from Divine-Spiritual worlds, had entered into physical bodies
    • perpetually the forces of death. In a physical sense we may say:
    • can only exist in a physical body, that as a being of
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    • stones, in the plants, in animals and in physical man, was still
    • in the stone, in the plant, in the animals, and in physical man —
    • certain extent, that our bodies are ill. All atheists are physically
    • — the physical body which is dense, then the etheric body
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • stones, in the plants, in animals and in physical man, was still
    • in the stone, in the plant, in the animals, and in physical man —
    • certain extent, that our bodies are ill. All atheists are physically
    • — the physical body which is dense, then the etheric body
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • in his physical body. The festival around St. John's day, which, is
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • when the sun's forces reach the lowest point of their physical
    • should be celebrated in the winter season. When the external physical
    • these days of physical darkness, which are, however, days of
    • illuminated by the physical forces of the sun. And because Christ is
    • is able to receive the first earthly-physical ray of light, he passes
    • into her being, the days before she opened her physical eyes to the
    • physical sunlight and before she drew her first breath outside her
    • place below the surface of the external physical world. The
    • physical body and those that have already gone through the portal of
    • souls that live in a physical existence between birth and death, but
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • sustained the physical body and physical life for many decades. These
    • physical forces are ever dispersed is a fact well known to
    • more united, not only when men are incarnated in a physical
    • might still have worked for many years and decades within physical
    • bodies here on earth, and on behalf of physical life. We cannot help
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    • in his physical body. The festival around St. John's day, which, is
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • when the sun's forces reach the lowest point of their physical
    • should be celebrated in the winter season. When the external physical
    • these days of physical darkness, which are, however, days of
    • illuminated by the physical forces of the sun. And because Christ is
    • is able to receive the first earthly-physical ray of light, he passes
    • into her being, the days before she opened her physical eyes to the
    • physical sunlight and before she drew her first breath outside her
    • place below the surface of the external physical world. The
    • physical body and those that have already gone through the portal of
    • souls that live in a physical existence between birth and death, but
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • sustained the physical body and physical life for many decades. These
    • physical forces are ever dispersed is a fact well known to
    • more united, not only when men are incarnated in a physical
    • might still have worked for many years and decades within physical
    • bodies here on earth, and on behalf of physical life. We cannot help
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    • attention to what we do in the physical laboratory, to our behaviour
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    • attention to what we do in the physical laboratory, to our behaviour
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    • the human being: His physical body, his etheric body, his
    • upon the plane which we call the physical, only man is endowed with
    • and the mineral have no ego upon the physical plane. Man is
    • an Ego here, upon the physical plane, in the ordinary world.
    • physical plane.
    • the physical world, for they live in a world which we call the
    • lions. Just as here, upon the physical plane, you may encounter an
    • They only have a physical and an etheric body. Individually, they
    • physical plane. If you could observe yourself during your night's
    • sleep, you would see your physical and etheric body lying on the bed.
    • you are awake, what is contained in your physical body, is outside
    • your physical and etheric body during the night.
    • and the ego, which you lift out of your physical and etheric body
    • another, while they live in the physical body: they would intermingle
    • In the plant you see before you a physical
    • see when we look upon it with our physical eye, is connected with the
    • sun's rays, this is not only a physical phenomenon, but it is
    • child's palm. Yet this is only the physical aspect. If you were to
    • penetrate into the process which is expressed by the physical action,
    • He who only sees the sun's physical rays,
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    • the human being: His physical body, his etheric body, his
    • upon the plane which we call the physical, only man is endowed with
    • and the mineral have no ego upon the physical plane. Man is
    • an Ego here, upon the physical plane, in the ordinary world.
    • physical plane.
    • the physical world, for they live in a world which we call the
    • lions. Just as here, upon the physical plane, you may encounter an
    • They only have a physical and an etheric body. Individually, they
    • physical plane. If you could observe yourself during your night's
    • sleep, you would see your physical and etheric body lying on the bed.
    • you are awake, what is contained in your physical body, is outside
    • your physical and etheric body during the night.
    • and the ego, which you lift out of your physical and etheric body
    • another, while they live in the physical body: they would intermingle
    • In the plant you see before you a physical
    • see when we look upon it with our physical eye, is connected with the
    • sun's rays, this is not only a physical phenomenon, but it is
    • child's palm. Yet this is only the physical aspect. If you were to
    • penetrate into the process which is expressed by the physical action,
    • He who only sees the sun's physical rays,
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    • facts of the outer physical world as far as they can be
    • sense it is still an external, physical — more or less
    • physical — history of facts and events. But there is
    • souls entered into existence on the physical plane they saw
    • physical plane during life between birth and death. The
    • the soul of the old Atlantean had gone out of the physical
    • down again into the physical and etheric bodies, then, in the
    • the physical plane was indistinct and indefinite, and only
    • and Ego out of the physical and etheric bodies, he was not in
    • in the physical world. And so in ancient India men had an
    • felt that they were strangers in the physical world. For them
    • their view that the physical world was illusion, deception,
    • maya. They had as yet no love for the physical world; they
    • physical plane and has adopted such a materialistic way of
    • down into the physical body. Thus the Seven Planetary Regents
    • physical world could be made known to them by the Rishis.
    • able to work and teach not only in the physical world, but in
    • still maintaining connection with the physical body, to pass
    • teachers give instruction here, in physical life, and also in
    • they spoke in the physical world, but they could say nothing
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  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • facts of the outer physical world as far as they can be
    • sense it is still an external, physical — more or less
    • physical — history of facts and events. But there is
    • souls entered into existence on the physical plane they saw
    • physical plane during life between birth and death. The
    • the soul of the old Atlantean had gone out of the physical
    • down again into the physical and etheric bodies, then, in the
    • the physical plane was indistinct and indefinite, and only
    • and Ego out of the physical and etheric bodies, he was not in
    • in the physical world. And so in ancient India men had an
    • felt that they were strangers in the physical world. For them
    • their view that the physical world was illusion, deception,
    • maya. They had as yet no love for the physical world; they
    • physical plane and has adopted such a materialistic way of
    • down into the physical body. Thus the Seven Planetary Regents
    • physical world could be made known to them by the Rishis.
    • able to work and teach not only in the physical world, but in
    • still maintaining connection with the physical body, to pass
    • teachers give instruction here, in physical life, and also in
    • they spoke in the physical world, but they could say nothing
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  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • The denial of the Divine is a physical
    • would partake of physical death, and would have no future
    • in the physical organism of Western humanity in scientific
    • ineffectiveness of the physical can be seen in the
    • case there is an actual physical defect, a physical sickness,
    • a physical flaw in the body. To be an atheist means to the
    • physical life between birth and death man was totally
    • judged only in the light of what takes place on the physical
    • — for in the physical body this thorn is an actual
    • reason of our very physical nature. To deny God, so says
    • is endowed during his life on earth in a physical body. As we
    • of the super-sensible into the physical world, we have already
    • only. All of them, when they are born into the physical
    • before our birth. We must seek here, on the physical plane,
    • I do not mean only the actual physical personality, but the
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    • The denial of the Divine is a physical
    • would partake of physical death, and would have no future
    • in the physical organism of Western humanity in scientific
    • ineffectiveness of the physical can be seen in the
    • case there is an actual physical defect, a physical sickness,
    • a physical flaw in the body. To be an atheist means to the
    • physical life between birth and death man was totally
    • judged only in the light of what takes place on the physical
    • — for in the physical body this thorn is an actual
    • reason of our very physical nature. To deny God, so says
    • is endowed during his life on earth in a physical body. As we
    • of the super-sensible into the physical world, we have already
    • only. All of them, when they are born into the physical
    • before our birth. We must seek here, on the physical plane,
    • I do not mean only the actual physical personality, but the
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • the physical body, have then to work with the greatest
    • from the physical body and from ordinary life, but without
    • retains his memory when thus torn from his physical body.
    • goes out with his soul from the physical body, leaving behind
    • preserved. In sleep he is outside the physical body, and also
    • bound to the physical body. At the moment of death, however,
    • leaves the physical body, and only this outer physical shell
    • so closely connected to the physical body that not even sleep
    • in a certain sense, to his physical body. Spiritual Science
    • only — after the discarding of the physical body, the
    • every morning a man has to return to his physical body and
    • etheric body. He is closely bound to his physical body, to
    • wearing out his physical body and that life in the daytime
    • physical body disappears, no effects of exhaustion have to be
    • physical body withdraw again into the soul after death,
    • enabling it, free of the physical body, to use them for
    • the physical and etheric bodies, with everything belonging to
    • engaged in work on the physical body and for that reason
    • linked to the physical body, for directly the clairvoyant
    • held in tension by the physical body, permit the seer to gain
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    • the physical body, have then to work with the greatest
    • from the physical body and from ordinary life, but without
    • retains his memory when thus torn from his physical body.
    • goes out with his soul from the physical body, leaving behind
    • preserved. In sleep he is outside the physical body, and also
    • bound to the physical body. At the moment of death, however,
    • leaves the physical body, and only this outer physical shell
    • so closely connected to the physical body that not even sleep
    • in a certain sense, to his physical body. Spiritual Science
    • only — after the discarding of the physical body, the
    • every morning a man has to return to his physical body and
    • etheric body. He is closely bound to his physical body, to
    • wearing out his physical body and that life in the daytime
    • physical body disappears, no effects of exhaustion have to be
    • physical body withdraw again into the soul after death,
    • enabling it, free of the physical body, to use them for
    • the physical and etheric bodies, with everything belonging to
    • engaged in work on the physical body and for that reason
    • linked to the physical body, for directly the clairvoyant
    • held in tension by the physical body, permit the seer to gain
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  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • penetrates beyond the merely physical into the
    • superphysical. And so great cities, such as Babylon,
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    • penetrates beyond the merely physical into the
    • superphysical. And so great cities, such as Babylon,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • the possibility to advance from the physical plane into the
    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • of the physical and the psychical, the following remark
    • the world externally, here in the physical world we have
    • man — to the system of his physical body. Look out over
    • the widespread environment which we can see on the physical
    • related to our own outer body — the physical human
    • our state of soul which is suited to the outer physical
    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • normally confronts the physical world. He came to
    • which was physically there around him. There was an immense
    • which a man who only knows the outer physical plane has no
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • outer physical world. You have a far more abundant world
    • still remains within the physical. But when he thus
    • the physical world. It leads him through all the regions
    • now he awakens again in the physical world.
    • again into the physical world.
    • physically about him. And anon the woman is there again at
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  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • the possibility to advance from the physical plane into the
    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • of the physical and the psychical, the following remark
    • the world externally, here in the physical world we have
    • man — to the system of his physical body. Look out over
    • the widespread environment which we can see on the physical
    • related to our own outer body — the physical human
    • our state of soul which is suited to the outer physical
    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • normally confronts the physical world. He came to
    • which was physically there around him. There was an immense
    • which a man who only knows the outer physical plane has no
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • outer physical world. You have a far more abundant world
    • still remains within the physical. But when he thus
    • the physical world. It leads him through all the regions
    • now he awakens again in the physical world.
    • again into the physical world.
    • physically about him. And anon the woman is there again at
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • have a value transcending both the physical and the moral,
    • physical and moral at the same time. The beauty shining
    • both the physical and the moral.
    • connected with repeated earth-lives. Because physically he is
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    • The Bridge between Cosmic Spirituality and the Physical
    • fashioned on Earth, will be further organised physically,
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • have a value transcending both the physical and the moral,
    • physical and moral at the same time. The beauty shining
    • both the physical and the moral.
    • connected with repeated earth-lives. Because physically he is
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • physical reality. Above all it must be remembered that what
    • outer, physical reality must be confronted anew when it is
    • just as in,the case of perceptions of some outer, physical
    • experience in the outer, physical world of the senses and how
    • relation of spiritual reality to physical reality and the
    • takes with him from the physical world of sense preconceived
    • reminiscences of the physical world into an imaginary world.
    • relationship between the spiritual world and outer, physical
    • must be from that adopted to physical things, enables us for
    • concealed, because here, in physical life, through his bodily
    • constitution, a man can acquire knowledge of the physical
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • that moral judgment comes to direct expression in physical
    • asceticism but rather to a full appreciation of physical
    • contact with the outer world during physical life.
    • abnormalities of the physical body. Visionary,
    • the man would stand firmly in the physical world with healthy
    • is not merely a physical illness, it is a psychical
    • grows into physical independence, into his egoity in the
    • being of eternity, and is cast into the physical environment
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    • physical reality. Above all it must be remembered that what
    • outer, physical reality must be confronted anew when it is
    • just as in,the case of perceptions of some outer, physical
    • experience in the outer, physical world of the senses and how
    • relation of spiritual reality to physical reality and the
    • takes with him from the physical world of sense preconceived
    • reminiscences of the physical world into an imaginary world.
    • relationship between the spiritual world and outer, physical
    • must be from that adopted to physical things, enables us for
    • concealed, because here, in physical life, through his bodily
    • constitution, a man can acquire knowledge of the physical
    • learns to know — quite apart from the physical world of
    • that moral judgment comes to direct expression in physical
    • asceticism but rather to a full appreciation of physical
    • contact with the outer world during physical life.
    • abnormalities of the physical body. Visionary,
    • the man would stand firmly in the physical world with healthy
    • is not merely a physical illness, it is a psychical
    • grows into physical independence, into his egoity in the
    • being of eternity, and is cast into the physical environment
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  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • eyes the physical rays of the sun were reflecting the light,
    • the feeling of sinking down into the outer physical darkness,
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • physical death of Nature, into physical darkness, the
    • experience of being submerged in physical death is
    • physical matter, with the outer physical plane. But we must
    • down into the physical world and tread the path upwards into
    • incarnated in a physical body, it has descended from
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • physical world contact us? At the point when, looking back in
    • interwoven with the physical plane even before there is any
    • can be experienced in this school of physical life on the
    • the physical plane itself I can confirm that there were
    • deepest depth on the physical plane, that the Christ Impulse
    • of physical life. This theme was presented on one day and on
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    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • eyes the physical rays of the sun were reflecting the light,
    • the feeling of sinking down into the outer physical darkness,
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • physical death of Nature, into physical darkness, the
    • experience of being submerged in physical death is
    • physical matter, with the outer physical plane. But we must
    • down into the physical world and tread the path upwards into
    • incarnated in a physical body, it has descended from
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • physical world contact us? At the point when, looking back in
    • interwoven with the physical plane even before there is any
    • can be experienced in this school of physical life on the
    • the physical plane itself I can confirm that there were
    • deepest depth on the physical plane, that the Christ Impulse
    • of physical life. This theme was presented on one day and on
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • substances which also exist externally in physical space, indeed that
    • physical world of space points to liberation. All the words man uses
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • world behind the physical grows as strong within me as it was in
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • substances which also exist externally in physical space, indeed that
    • physical world of space points to liberation. All the words man uses
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • world behind the physical grows as strong within me as it was in
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • that everything in existence is merely a mechanical, physical or
    • bodily nature and his nature of soul and Spirit, between physical
    • his physical body — a sum-total of material processes —
    • with the physical elements of the body. This is Anthroposophical
    • chatter about man being composed of physical body, etheric body,
    • are faced with all the physical diseases. They are investigated by
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • physical disease. In certain cases of mental trouble we must often
    • in certain cases of physical diseases, we must study the Spiritual
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, reincarnation, karma
    • physical” means — by healing the organs of man,
    • health-bringing force into the physical organisation of
    • physical organism of man. It knows nothing of the tremendous effect
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    • that everything in existence is merely a mechanical, physical or
    • bodily nature and his nature of soul and Spirit, between physical
    • his physical body — a sum-total of material processes —
    • with the physical elements of the body. This is Anthroposophical
    • chatter about man being composed of physical body, etheric body,
    • are faced with all the physical diseases. They are investigated by
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • physical disease. In certain cases of mental trouble we must often
    • in certain cases of physical diseases, we must study the Spiritual
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body, Ego, reincarnation, karma
    • physical” means — by healing the organs of man,
    • health-bringing force into the physical organisation of
    • physical organism of man. It knows nothing of the tremendous effect
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    • physical body of man in all its form is the result of a mighty
    • it in a sense the spiritual germ of his future physical earthly body
    • condition, we have in effect lost our physical body — i.e. we
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    • physical body of man in all its form is the result of a mighty
    • it in a sense the spiritual germ of his future physical earthly body
    • condition, we have in effect lost our physical body — i.e. we
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • conviction that before a physical body clothed him on Earth, he had
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • am born in a physical sense but this physical birth is foreign to my
    • he was clothed in a physical body so foreign to his real being. It
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • body. Know that this body too is from God. Physical birth hath
    • the body that comes into the world through physical birth —
    • justification of his physical birth in Nature. The riddle of Nature
    • Physical.
    • more to use the instruments afforded by his physical body. Let me
    • physical quality of outer Nature was now there as a question before
    • physical body. And death, the enigmatic event that is bound up
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • because they were aware of the kinship of the physical body (in which
    • the Being Whose “physical kingdom” is the whole cosmos,
    • clearly before them. Why do we dwell in an earthly, physical body?
    • “Out of God we are born as physical human beings” —
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    • conviction that before a physical body clothed him on Earth, he had
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • am born in a physical sense but this physical birth is foreign to my
    • he was clothed in a physical body so foreign to his real being. It
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • body. Know that this body too is from God. Physical birth hath
    • the body that comes into the world through physical birth —
    • justification of his physical birth in Nature. The riddle of Nature
    • Physical.
    • more to use the instruments afforded by his physical body. Let me
    • physical quality of outer Nature was now there as a question before
    • physical body. And death, the enigmatic event that is bound up
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • because they were aware of the kinship of the physical body (in which
    • the Being Whose “physical kingdom” is the whole cosmos,
    • clearly before them. Why do we dwell in an earthly, physical body?
    • “Out of God we are born as physical human beings” —
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    • enabled them to leave the physical body. When human beings left their
    • physical bodies through forces acquired in the Mysteries and ventured
    • within an ordinary physical human body; a specially prepared soul,
    • spiritual being, with physicality.
    • or soul — and the physical body of Jesus of Nazareth. He tried to
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • blood — one with the Father in the physical world — we must
    • differentiate in the human being our physical body, ether body,
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • possible — in the form of a direct physical
    • death; that the physical body is surrendered to the elements; that,
    • The human physical body enters this earth; it is given over to the
    • Imagine that Adam's grave — Adam surrendered as a physical body
    • by Lucifer? It is the fact that we enter the physical world as
    • connection with our physical body. Before acquiring such a connection
    • through the physical body, children still live in an element that
    • acquire only through the physical body; but this has no connection
    • whatsoever with what lies outside the physical body.
    • way and on the physical level, something that does not become
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    • enabled them to leave the physical body. When human beings left their
    • physical bodies through forces acquired in the Mysteries and ventured
    • within an ordinary physical human body; a specially prepared soul,
    • spiritual being, with physicality.
    • or soul — and the physical body of Jesus of Nazareth. He tried to
    • physical bodies. Clemens of Alexandria expressed this clearly when he
    • blood — one with the Father in the physical world — we must
    • differentiate in the human being our physical body, ether body,