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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • times. But if you ask yourself what in particular has become
    • if one will only raise one's self a little to some sort of higher
    • above and outside himself. Ahriman is the power that makes man dry,
    • give oneself illusions today about these things. Ahriman will appear
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • oneself up to illusions. People nowadays flee the truth, and one
    • the forces through which mankind can arm itself against being tempted
    • there is between the way a man felt himself to be within the whole
    • he felt himself a member of the whole cosmos. He felt the whole cosmos
    • illusions and that must be recognized. It is by educating oneself
    • party opinions. A man who does not look deeper but simply lets himself
    • The point is that through the Gospel itself one can come only to
    • examination of the Gospel with the knowledge that the Gospel of itself
    • by itself leads to illusion, the Gospel by itself leads to
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • times. But if you ask yourself what in particular has become
    • if one will only raise one's self a little to some sort of higher
    • above and outside himself. Ahriman is the power that makes man dry,
    • give oneself illusions today about these things. Ahriman will appear
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • oneself up to illusions. People nowadays flee the truth, and one
    • the forces through which mankind can arm itself against being tempted
    • there is between the way a man felt himself to be within the whole
    • he felt himself a member of the whole cosmos. He felt the whole cosmos
    • illusions and that must be recognized. It is by educating oneself
    • party opinions. A man who does not look deeper but simply lets himself
    • The point is that through the Gospel itself one can come only to
    • examination of the Gospel with the knowledge that the Gospel of itself
    • by itself leads to illusion, the Gospel by itself leads to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • something that Man formed out of himself as his most primal ability;
    • receiving into himself consciousness of his breathing, is meant to be
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • or to himself, for instance, if with his own eye he sees another Man's
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • speaking, Man felt himself within the cosmos. When the child learned
    • It may be said that if a Man could look through himself inwardly he
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • everything out of which Man builds himself up as a phenomenon, as pure
    • that made itself felt on the surface of human experience, either in
    • as the entity expressed in the mystery of numbers. Number itself was
    • How does one picture 1, 2, 3 to oneself today? It is done by thinking
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
    • his being, he would no longer know or possess himself, no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • something that Man formed out of himself as his most primal ability;
    • receiving into himself consciousness of his breathing, is meant to be
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • or to himself, for instance, if with his own eye he sees another Man's
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • speaking, Man felt himself within the cosmos. When the child learned
    • It may be said that if a Man could look through himself inwardly he
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • everything out of which Man builds himself up as a phenomenon, as pure
    • that made itself felt on the surface of human experience, either in
    • as the entity expressed in the mystery of numbers. Number itself was
    • How does one picture 1, 2, 3 to oneself today? It is done by thinking
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
    • his being, he would no longer know or possess himself, no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • being of man himself. Granted, in spiritual science man must examine
    • disposal — himself. The premise of spiritual science is that in
    • itself. They are not miraculous qualities; they are faculties which we
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • learn to make sense of the statement, “You are experiencing yourself
    • aware of itself outside of the watery element. That is the case with a
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • instead of perceiving himself and the world through the instrument of
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • must link itself up with beings not of the sensory world. It must
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • succeed in making himself at home in the spiritual world with the help
    • but reveals itself to spiritual science, carries the potential for a
    • old prejudices. This young spiritual knowledge wants to make itself
    • for yourself, too, if you try.” It won't take long until the spiritual
    • that it should grip us and unite with our inmost self, thereby
    • what every soul can undertake for itself to succeed in entering the
    • a process of self-education. In pre-Christian times the mysteries and
    • such thing as self-initiation then. And when spiritual science is
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    • being of man himself. Granted, in spiritual science man must examine
    • disposal — himself. The premise of spiritual science is that in
    • itself. They are not miraculous qualities; they are faculties which we
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • learn to make sense of the statement, “You are experiencing yourself
    • aware of itself outside of the watery element. That is the case with a
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • instead of perceiving himself and the world through the instrument of
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • must link itself up with beings not of the sensory world. It must
    • developed, so that a person can reach the stage of giving himself
    • succeed in making himself at home in the spiritual world with the help
    • but reveals itself to spiritual science, carries the potential for a
    • old prejudices. This young spiritual knowledge wants to make itself
    • for yourself, too, if you try.” It won't take long until the spiritual
    • that it should grip us and unite with our inmost self, thereby
    • what every soul can undertake for itself to succeed in entering the
    • a process of self-education. In pre-Christian times the mysteries and
    • such thing as self-initiation then. And when spiritual science is
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • us that humanity must prepare itself for a time when it will know and
    • world.” (Of course, the dead man does not express himself with
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • us that humanity must prepare itself for a time when it will know and
    • world.” (Of course, the dead man does not express himself with
  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • spiritual development in itself. It was the first course given to the
  • 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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    • himself with the spiritual life of his own times he had in reality, as
    • present time something is making itself prominently felt which can
    • itself with it. The whole of the second thousand years passed in such
    • a way that the powerful Christ-impulse united itself with all that
    • the thought that man can find something deeper within his own self,
    • expression or imprint of this self of his; that man can develop, and
    • that his development will draw up the depths of the actual self more
    • and more from the foundations of his soul. A higher self rests as
    • though asleep in man, and this higher self is not that of which the
    • and to which he must develop himself. When man some day attains to
    • that which lives within him as “self,” he will then realise,
    • according to the Veda-philosophy, that this “self” is one
    • with the all-embracing self of the world, that he does not only rest
    • with his self within the all-embracing World-Self, but that he himself
    • is one with it. So much is he one with this World-Self that he is in
    • relationship of the human self to the World-Self Just as one draws in
    • all-pervading Self that lives and moves in all things, and this we
    • spiritual Self of the World. Spiritually one breathes it in with every
    • perception that one gets of this Self, one breathes it in with all
    • the world-Self, draw into our souls (which portion remains organically
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • itself, in a certain sense, be penetrated by the knowledge and ideas
    • the Sankhya philosophy. But just as this Sankhya philosophy itself was
    • drawn from that old wisdom itself, is especially to be found in the
    • dwells within him and that which is Spirit-Man itself; just as in
    • these bodies as sheaths and distinguish them from the soul itself,
    • view of our teaching, we place (counting from above) Spirit-Self after
    • both together Spirit-Self. In those old days it was quite justifiable
    • Spirit-Self; but we cannot actually do so in the sense of Sankhya
    • has differentiated itself into the separate world-forces of the
    • senses, the soul submerges itself — we know that the soul itself
    • is distinct from these forms — the soul immerses itself into
    • itself into Manas, so it works through these sense-forces, is
    • point of placing itself as regards its spiritual soul-being in
    • sense-organs and through their forces attaches itself to the external
    • of the senses, but also feels himself to be a separate being, an
    • man, as soul, envelopes himself in the past, present and future, in
    • Budhi; so that not Budhi, but the soul-nature, makes itself felt in a
    • the finer elemental body. Aristotle believes himself to be describing
    • Therefore, even Aristotle himself in speaking of the soul part no
    • friends, why many years ago I set myself the task of bringing Goethe's
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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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    • life of the soul expresses itself. If we describe that which at the
    • who, as far as his destiny allows him, gives himself up to a one-sided
    • thus devotes itself one-sidedly to a branch of world-philosophy, using
    • in the changing forms. If a soul in one incarnation confines itself to
    • soul would feel devastated, uncertain of itself. It might say: What
    • himself, a being possessing nothing of his own and from whose
    • came into existence? I want to find out everything in my own self; I
    • will advance myself by developing my own powers.” Such a person
    • self-contained, and self-satisfied. That may be; but in the long run
    • feel itself to be lost to the world; while to others it may appear
    • connection with the Christ-Impulse, when it takes into itself the
    • back upon itself, and thus be estranged from all external works and
    • us. One cannot understand who Krishna is if one does not make oneself
    • indications of the real nature of the man himself. We cannot at the
    • according to the nature which thus expresses itself; for if one were,
    • that he himself expressed Ahamkara more clearly in his own being than
    • had certainly in himself experienced Ahamkara, but had allowed this as
    • expressed itself in him in that particular incarnation. Suppose that
    • and made himself a messenger for the Divine Substance that spoke out
    • was, so to speak, only the means through which he expressed himself to
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • the Gita refers to the great truths as to liberating oneself from
    • works, to the freeing of oneself from the immediate life of action, in
    • order to devote oneself to contemplation, to the meditation of the
    • possibility of developing itself. Development of an individual
    • Golgotha, a man had to look for as the Christ-Impulse in himself,
    • as though we saw a self-illumined body before us radiating its light
    • the whole connection, symbolically. If we take this circle (Diagram 1) as representing the human soul, we may say that the spiritual light streams in from without from all sides into this human soul. Then comes the Mystery of Golgotha, after which the soul possesses the Christ-Impulse in itself and radiates Forth that which is contained in the Christ-Impulse (Diagram 2). Just as a drop which is illumined from all sides radiates and reflects this illumination, so does the soul appear before the Christ-Impulse. As a flame which is alight within and radiates forth its light, thus does the soul appear after the Mystery of Golgotha, if it has been able to receive the Christ-Impulse.
    • today, see what he has to occupy himself with as regards his external
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, but through itself. The Mystery of Golgotha
    • in which falls the Mystery of Golgotha. Humanity itself, as regards
    • naturally, as if of itself, in which their deeper-lying forces, the
    • acquired knowledge by putting himself or allowing himself to be put
    • think with his head. He, when he acquired knowledge, felt himself to
    • he felt himself when thinking, lifted out of his physical body; but at
    • He began to feel himself a member of the earth. On the one hand, he
    • felt himself no longer a separate man, but a member of the earth. He
    • himself for knowledge. What, then, had to happen in order that this
    • out a serpent-like continuation of himself into the earth and the head
    • revenges itself by taking away from one the feeling of belonging to
    • The new must protect itself against the old, must defend its life
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • itself remains a secret doctrine, and this is the case in our own age
    • itself what is contained in it, but which may itself be far removed
    • from his comprehension. Thus the greatness of the subject itself is in
    • himself, if, through them, he wishes to rise in his soul, and finally
    • experiences through this teaching, one experiences for oneself alone,
    • Christ.” Thus through the subject itself St. Paul addresses
    • himself to men who work together, that is to say, to a multitude; and
    • himself could not understand at all. Thus revelations from the
    • spiritual gift, yea, if I gave my body itself to be burnt, but were
    • advantage, doth not let herself be provoked, beareth no one any
    • I myself am known. Now abideth Faith, the certainty of Hope, and Love;
    • could have all spiritual gifts, whoever himself understands prophecy
    • satisfies himself; he who prophesies builds up the community. If you
    • indistinct sound, who would arm himself to battle? So it is with you;
    • Leader of both, the One Who pours Himself into the soul of each one,
    • enter the esoteric life and raise himself into esoteric Christianity.
    • that in response to the demands of the spiritual life itself,
    • As we have described how Sankhya philosophy concerns itself with the
    • resting within himself, he shall find satisfaction. Thus, he who
    • has himself accomplished by his actions in this world of sense; and
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  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • because one is oneself satisfied is not without an element of danger. Anyone
    • facts. He said: ‘Yes, when I look at that myself it seems a
    • upon tradition, but can see for himself. This is what true Spiritual Science
    • man himself, transformed. From the standpoint of spiritual science the most
    • to yourself how much of the content of the soul is dependent on your
    • an hour each day the soul gives itself wholly up to the conception of this
    • perfection of the plant. Man has self-consciousness, has within him what we
    • nature, the passion of sense. The plant has no self-consciousness; it has no
    • self-consciousness. Now consider not only present day man, but look in a
    • higher self-consciousness. Thus, spiritually, you can see a man who has once
    • reached a higher stage that his self-consciousness exists in this state of
    • himself. That which dies and is overcome is represented by the black cross
    • together represent the inner call to grow beyond oneself.’
    • human self-consciousness. The three lower members, physical body, etheric
    • inner principles of evolution itself we see that at a certain point in the
    • himself. The Bible induces in such a man an absolute certainty that it is
    • composition was lost sight of for a time by Goethe himself, and when he was an
    • paper, but the idea itself in its phrasing and articulation was Goethe's
    • And now let us examine whether there is in the Bible itself, anything that
    • The Old Testament lends itself to a great deal of controversy, for the
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    • because one is oneself satisfied is not without an element of danger. Anyone
    • facts. He said: ‘Yes, when I look at that myself it seems a
    • upon tradition, but can see for himself. This is what true Spiritual Science
    • man himself, transformed. From the standpoint of spiritual science the most
    • to yourself how much of the content of the soul is dependent on your
    • an hour each day the soul gives itself wholly up to the conception of this
    • perfection of the plant. Man has self-consciousness, has within him what we
    • nature, the passion of sense. The plant has no self-consciousness; it has no
    • self-consciousness. Now consider not only present day man, but look in a
    • higher self-consciousness. Thus, spiritually, you can see a man who has once
    • reached a higher stage that his self-consciousness exists in this state of
    • himself. That which dies and is overcome is represented by the black cross
    • together represent the inner call to grow beyond oneself.’
    • human self-consciousness. The three lower members, physical body, etheric
    • inner principles of evolution itself we see that at a certain point in the
    • himself. The Bible induces in such a man an absolute certainty that it is
    • composition was lost sight of for a time by Goethe himself, and when he was an
    • paper, but the idea itself in its phrasing and articulation was Goethe's
    • And now let us examine whether there is in the Bible itself, anything that
    • The Old Testament lends itself to a great deal of controversy, for the
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • of the human organism itself. We can remain within these limits only
    • a firm, self-enclosed block; but it is also inwardly differentiated
    • have something that constantly builds itself up out of the whole
    • itself is that spirit-organization which imbues with its own forces
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • asserts itself in a particular metamorphosis — namely, what we
    • have an etheric organism complete in itself, consisting of Chemical
    • outside during sleep. And the human being himself, with his astral
    • self-knowledge. Roughly, it can be obvious that a man has been
    • materialistic way, we shall take this to be the human organism itself.
    • but fluctuating outlines, for consciousness here itself becomes
    • cease altogether to experience consciousness itself, just as under
    • constitution. When we consider the bodily constitution itself, from
    • contemporaries, who insist upon not going beyond what presents itself
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • self-consciousness, in his inner life. As a rule no such bridge is
    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • himself connected with his bodily nature. As an Ego he would feel no
    • between falling asleep and waking that he is able to feel himself
    • its own. Man receives the moral impulses into himself as impulses of
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • we are endowed with self-consciousness and are able to think about the
    • When we regard Spiritual Science itself as a source of the moral,
    • becomes in itself a source of morality in the higher sense. But what
    • asking himself: How can my moral impulses take effect in a world in
    • certain distance. At this point it mirrors itself, as it were, in
    • itself, so that here
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • If we study this life of thought in careful self-examination we shall
    • inherently our own. For the fulfillment of what self-knowledge demands
    • the will. When does the will present itself with particular clarity
    • standing in the world, can bring to realization in himself in such a
    • able to direct itself towards the will as well as towards the
    • called Power. What is living itself out as Power, as Force, is
    • because man cannot free himself in his thoughts from these firmly
    • reveals itself to us through thinking that is in accordance with
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    • through the School itself or in an equivalent manner recognized by
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • sculpture itself began, he frequently explained its significance in
    • the Hague (1899 and 1907) was indeed self-serving and hypocritical,
    • that France was more interested in presenting herself as the innocent
    • confusion in Germany itself was caused by a lack of understanding of
    • belief that the fatherland was in peril and that Germany herself was
    • goals. In this war of attrition, materialism camouflaged itself with
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • abyss. In that case it would be the Christ Himself who irradiated this
    • buries himself in the cave, working in shackles, ever busy undermining
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • whoever wants to elevate himself to spiritual heights by means of a
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • itself into the subconscious of the Maid of Orleans and inspiring her
    • have an opportunity to dedicate himself to Christ and to the spiritual
    • onto this ether body, and to look at himself (The Russian, however,
    • looks little at himself after his death.) Through all this, Western
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
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    • sculpture itself began, he frequently explained its significance in
    • the Hague (1899 and 1907) was indeed self-serving and hypocritical,
    • that France was more interested in presenting herself as the innocent
    • confusion in Germany itself was caused by a lack of understanding of
    • belief that the fatherland was in peril and that Germany herself was
    • goals. In this war of attrition, materialism camouflaged itself with
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • abyss. In that case it would be the Christ Himself who irradiated this
    • buries himself in the cave, working in shackles, ever busy undermining
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • whoever wants to elevate himself to spiritual heights by means of a
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • itself into the subconscious of the Maid of Orleans and inspiring her
    • have an opportunity to dedicate himself to Christ and to the spiritual
    • onto this ether body, and to look at himself (The Russian, however,
    • looks little at himself after his death.) Through all this, Western
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
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  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • existence but has become more clearly conscious of himself, has found
    • immorality in connection with the actions of an animal. This in itself
    • ‘deed’ of lending himself to the Luciferic temptation but
    • which was enacted then in the astral body. Man found himself on a steep
    • downward gradient, and with his ego he now lends himself to forces in
    • is added later? Nothing that he himself subsequently acquires is
    • transmission and imparted itself to the hereditary qualities — which
    • our evolution a guilt which man did not himself incur, so at the end
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • draws to himself, receives into himself.
    • Spirit but only by taking the Spirit into himself in the living,
    • further through transforming his astral body into Manas (Spirit-Self).
    • karma was first brought about because man had burdened himself with
    • of Christ Who will reveal Himself in an etheric body — as we know,
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
    • to be merely a preparation. Christianity will itself make evident that
    • true. This is a disavowal of the words which in Christianity itself
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    • existence but has become more clearly conscious of himself, has found
    • immorality in connection with the actions of an animal. This in itself
    • ‘deed’ of lending himself to the Luciferic temptation but
    • which was enacted then in the astral body. Man found himself on a steep
    • downward gradient, and with his ego he now lends himself to forces in
    • is added later? Nothing that he himself subsequently acquires is
    • transmission and imparted itself to the hereditary qualities — which
    • our evolution a guilt which man did not himself incur, so at the end
    • to himself a Personality as inwardly real as the personality below in
    • the flesh is real. Who is this Personality Whom man must draw to himself
    • draws to himself, receives into himself.
    • Spirit but only by taking the Spirit into himself in the living,
    • further through transforming his astral body into Manas (Spirit-Self).
    • karma was first brought about because man had burdened himself with
    • of Christ Who will reveal Himself in an etheric body — as we know,
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
    • to be merely a preparation. Christianity will itself make evident that
    • true. This is a disavowal of the words which in Christianity itself
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    • by this school, either through the school itself or in a manner approved
    • we characterize as Spirit-Self, and which in theosophical literature
    • connected with the great embodiments of our earth planet itself, from
    • meanwhile gained for himself, he works upon it and refines it. And it
    • of developing itself, of building upon itself.
    • come, if we say that man will develop the Spirit-Self, or Manas, in
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • matter of fact, man could not in this future develop the Spirit-Self
    • out of his own forces; but if he is to develop his Spirit-Self, he
    • which will reach its true, complete, self-impelled human evolution
    • intellectual, and consciousness souls. But the actual Spirit-Self is
    • same relation to the Spirit-Self that he has to the ego on earth. If
    • then the human being develops the Spirit-Self during the earth-period,
    • he cannot relate himself to it as to the ego. Of our ego we say: We
    • ourself are that; it is ourself in reality. When in the next epoch,
    • the sixth post-Atlantean, the Spirit-Self shall have come to
    • expression, then we shall not be able to address this Spirit-Self as
    • ourself; but we shall say: Our ego has developed to a certain stage,
    • so that our Spirit-Self can shine into it, as from higher worlds, as a
    • us and takes possession of us. Thus will our Spirit-Self appear to us;
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    • by this school, either through the school itself or in a manner approved
    • we characterize as Spirit-Self, and which in theosophical literature
    • connected with the great embodiments of our earth planet itself, from
    • meanwhile gained for himself, he works upon it and refines it. And it
    • of developing itself, of building upon itself.
    • come, if we say that man will develop the Spirit-Self, or Manas, in
    • Spirit-Self, or Manas, really lies above the sphere of the ego. As
    • matter of fact, man could not in this future develop the Spirit-Self
    • out of his own forces; but if he is to develop his Spirit-Self, he
    • which will reach its true, complete, self-impelled human evolution
    • intellectual, and consciousness souls. But the actual Spirit-Self is
    • same relation to the Spirit-Self that he has to the ego on earth. If
    • then the human being develops the Spirit-Self during the earth-period,
    • he cannot relate himself to it as to the ego. Of our ego we say: We
    • ourself are that; it is ourself in reality. When in the next epoch,
    • the sixth post-Atlantean, the Spirit-Self shall have come to
    • expression, then we shall not be able to address this Spirit-Self as
    • ourself; but we shall say: Our ego has developed to a certain stage,
    • so that our Spirit-Self can shine into it, as from higher worlds, as a
    • us and takes possession of us. Thus will our Spirit-Self appear to us;
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    • feel himself suddenly beginning to fly up into the air through the
    • Everyone can confirm for himself out of his own experience that he
    • he says to himself — "You stand before the rising sun, before the
    • when he saw it before. And this was and can be due only to himself, to
    • before birth, but although it does not show itself clearly in thought
    • he not descended. In order that he might win for himself knowledge and
    • within it? How does every human being experience himself here? Even a
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • mental images of the animal's being, but this being itself is
    • entirely of lamb-substance. And he could then see for himself whether
    • heavy? Or our hand lifts and carries itself . . . why do we feel no
    • weight because it is not a part of myself.
    • arises. It manifests itself by saying to us, as it were — "You have
    • that man has once won for himself the power of conscience makes it
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    • feel himself suddenly beginning to fly up into the air through the
    • Everyone can confirm for himself out of his own experience that he
    • he says to himself — "You stand before the rising sun, before the
    • when he saw it before. And this was and can be due only to himself, to
    • before birth, but although it does not show itself clearly in thought
    • he not descended. In order that he might win for himself knowledge and
    • within it? How does every human being experience himself here? Even a
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • mental images of the animal's being, but this being itself is
    • entirely of lamb-substance. And he could then see for himself whether
    • heavy? Or our hand lifts and carries itself . . . why do we feel no
    • weight because it is not a part of myself.
    • arises. It manifests itself by saying to us, as it were — "You have
    • that man has once won for himself the power of conscience makes it
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    • somewhat hazardous enterprise, but thanks to the ready self-sacrifice
    • make himself intimately acquainted, or at any rate must study to some
    • a human being, a human being towering above others, until he himself
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    • said to himself: “As my friend's talents have proved so
    • the water. The big man extricated himself very quickly, carried the
    • although as he grew older his radiance waned, it still revealed itself
    • itself in what comes from the forefathers and is carried through the
    • separated out from itself a solid mass, like a kind of bony system,
    • times saw his fellow-men moving about the Earth, he said to himself:
    • from heavenly heights, surrounds and clothes himself with earthly
    • he descends, clothes himself in matter and moves about the Earth. Man
    • itself. What in earlier times had been actual experience when the soul
    • world of men and the world of spirits, will express itself in a form
    • evolution, accepts them as self-evident. Understanding of Spiritual
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    • does chance befall the human being? How does it present itself to him?
    • generally realised. Feeling does not always allow itself to be
    • But he says to himself: “To be quite certain that I have got it
    • the error of believing that in what presents itself to them as chance,
    • entirely upon himself; that the element of sympathy or antipathy in
    • concerning “chance” presents itself, something that is
    • be regarded as fortuitous, accidental? Is not that in itself
    • this law will present itself with the same inexorable
    • would not be able to bring himself to say of some event: “I can
    • taught self-knowledge and learn to weigh ourselves in the balance, it
    • which only in the future will be normal for man, projects itself into
    • projects itself into life. It is naturally veiled from the normal
    • external science, instead of occupying itself with such matters as
    • say to himself: “Although the happenings confronting me here seem
    • chance and to be chary of introducing law into what presents itself as
    • disordered chaos simply because law does not make itself immediately
    • willing only to concern itself with natural laws, must be counteracted
    • by the side of Nature, “chance” presents itself. Man himself
    • spiritual research. For since external science allows itself to be
    • “here or there,” but in Spiritual Science itself. The
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    • some time ago, I was able to occupy myself from the vantage-point of
    • himself, when the Earth-conditions were such that he could bring to
    • Earth-substance into himself when he was able to recast, to remould it
    • particular interest, as I myself discovered. When the Kalewala came
    • there may be necessary, but nevertheless it is complete in itself. And
    • will more and more make itself felt over the whole Earth. For do we
    • inspired by the Spirit-Self, and so on. If you keep in your minds a
    • come the period of the evolution of Spirit-Self.
    • Christianity itself will learn to understand Reincarnation and Karma,
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    • the “ I ” can find the Divine within itself. The form in
    • customary to study Raphael as a figure in himself, but it will very
    • himself be born” on a Good Friday, in order to indicate his
    • have heard of many Gods; but the Divine does not express Itself in
    • vulgarity, that it could not be from the hand of Raphael himself but
    • understanding of the Sistine Madonna and of Raphael himself.
    • Crucifixion. His creative genius begins to reveal itself again only
    • and it may indeed be said: Raphael himself is able to ensure that his
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • certain things are not to be comprehended through what presents itself
    • a continual urge within the human being to reach out beyond himself. A
    • man who can only remain shut up in himself, who is not driven by
    • remains one who cannot reach beyond himself, who sees the sun rise and
    • If at the moment when he should get free from himself and pass over
    • to live in another, not only in himself.
    • of conscience has spoken. This in itself is a proof that
    • Earth-evolution could he receive into himself the forces of wonder,
    • conditions exist. This in itself indicates that the forces which
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    • THE DAWN OF THE NEW POWER OF THE SPIRIT-SELF IN MAN
    • the Christ Impulse Itself — passed into the Earth through the
    • been described. Its form stands there as a complete, self-contained,
    • himself above the level of ordinary manhood: then and only then could
    • Spirit-Self will gradually be imbued into culture. In that development
    • himself, through inner activity, about what confronts him in the
    • Spirit-Self. I have intimated how this will take place by saying that
    • After a time a man may say to himself: “I do not know why I am
    • as a phenomenon, complete in himself, giving forth the highest and
    • Santi was himself a talented painter but that there was something in
    • something in the soul of Giovanni Santi which did not make itself
    • of John the Baptist and had only to receive into himself those forces
    • Raphael will have, at every turn, to concern itself with the
    • dawning of the new power of the Spirit-Self. And a time will come
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    • itself worked into the being of man is to be observed only in the
    • What is brought about by the “ I ” itself is of even greater
    • with man but detaches itself from him as forms created by thoughts.
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    • instrument of remembrance. The astral body itself developed during the
    • or Ego can unfold either selfishness or selflessness in the
    • inner life. According to whether selfishness, or selfless love and
    • operate quite differently. The forces of selfish thoughts become
    • forces of selfless thoughts enter into the spiritual life of
    • forces. In that these forces of selfless thought detach themselves as
    • traces in him. Especially is it true of forces begotten of selfless
    • of selfless thoughts and feelings, the more does a man develop
    • in short, the power inherent in his own being. The forces of selfish,
    • self-seeking thoughts and feelings, however, operate in him in such a
    • far as they are selfless, in so far as they are the offspring of
    • selfless wisdom, selfless love, these forces will work formatively
    • the forms begotten of selfless thoughts and feelings — especially
    • causes everything to repeat itself just as spring, summer, autumn and
    • definition of the individuality and man gradually divests himself of
    • individuality. Mathematics in itself is an illustration of this fact.
    • in evolution. This progress reveals itself in the fact that man is
    • everyone can accept for himself, from his own observation of
    • and culmination in Christianity itself. With the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • time of Christ. We know, too, that later on he revealed himself in the
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    • The Dawn of the New Power of the Spirit-Self in Man.
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    • sufferings of our present time, discharged itself with unparalleled
    • destiny itself, like the awakened human conscience, linking his
    • absolute freedom to teach as he would. He himself acted in line with
    • expected to place itself in the service of this new aim. By these
    • self-knowledge and humility in those belonging to the Movement
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    • Thus we set up a life-aim, which in a certain way is self-understood
    • That man frees himself who overcomes himself.”
    • develops his inner feeling through rising above himself. Thereby we
    • itself finds the path that leads beyond itself to the highest
    • remove himself from his immediate surroundings; just through this he
    • is peculiar to itself, and neither earlier nor later does it have a
    • This Jesus child itself is such a cloud-form, only become a little
    • itself from certain narrow conceptions about the natural connections
    • A deep mystery, heavily veiled, manifests itself in the figure of
    • the Egyptian concerned himself that the outer physical form should be
    • imprinted itself deeply, and the soul was formed in accordance with
    • external life repeats itself from the third into the fifth period, so
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    • first cultural epoch of this period will repeat itself in the last,
    • the seventh; how the Persian culture will repeat itself in the sixth;
    • days, repeats itself in our own lives and destinies in the fifth
    • itself in the seventh, the third in the fifth, etc., it is easy to let
    • itself to the seer who can direct his spiritual gaze to the events of
    • itself into a plant. We will gradually understand how these points
    • sun, and moon within itself, as well as all the beings and forces
    • already ripe enough to migrate to the sun, sacrificed himself and
    • period during which the earth unburdened itself of the moon and its
    • would have been perceived. What had withdrawn itself as the sun would
    • have shown itself not only as a cluster of spiritual beings, nor would
    • material. What he sucked into himself was not air but what was
    • amid tremendous catastrophes, there prepared itself slowly what we may
    • preparing itself was a sort of sketch of the man of today. We will
    • cosmic body. Here he presented himself to the clairvoyant eye in the
    • itself, there was the contrast of the sun on one side and
    • itself from the moon. The grosser substances withdraw and man remains
    • longing was; he felt himself to be a cast-off son. With the forces
    • that had gone out with sun and moon he could feel himself as a son of
    • possibility of developing himself, is designated as the Lemurian
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    • The second condition of the earth, when the sun had detached itself
    • companions; he himself was a spiritual being during the night. In his
    • himself a spirit and he met beings who were of like nature with
    • himself.
    • approached the pond had no alien feeling toward it. He felt himself as
    • Everything revealed something to him. He could feel himself into the
    • blow and the waters roar; by night he saw within himself, in its true
    • feel a soul in himself, but regards himself as a lump of wood. Feeling
    • himself soulless, he places himself on the same level as the soulless
    • teacher himself?
    • impulse. The pupil himself did not have to think; through a sort of
    • form had to stand before his soul, and the pupil had to steep himself
    • his pupil precisely this archetype that reared itself out of the
    • himself this picture of what man was to become in post-Atlantean
    • separated itself from the earth and the moon detached itself. Through
    • form, transformed itself into something different, and how this was
    • transformed itself from Brahma to the Egyptian wisdom we will see
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    • transport myself into the earliest condition of the earth's evolution,
    • before him, he realized, “Thus I transport myself into the
    • to eternity. It has poured itself out into these forms. It has
    • breathed out this original human form.” Then he asked himself
    • self. When the Indian pupil had this picture before him, he felt that
    • itself; but then, also, what lights up in you as your innermost
    • feel Brahman, the primeval self, in the macrocosm. Then he is in
    • himself concerning the time before the splitting-off of the planets.
    • raised himself into Devachan, into the Devachanic world, for this is a
    • experienced the word. When the Indian pupil raised himself into
    • Word itself was only passed from mouth to mouth, for an ancient
    • pupil experienced this in his memory, he could say to himself,
    • The divine Word, primeval man, had sheathed itself in ever new
    • repeats itself exactly, and that each planet has its mission. What on
    • the ancient Sun he saw shape itself as life, what on the
    • itself in a warm astral covering. On the Moon, what man was supposed
    • itself with an astral sheath, which contained the forces for
    • meaning for earth-evolution. The divine Word, Brahman, clothed itself
    • on an astral garment of love, and he said to himself, “Man, who
    • into the garment of love and formed Kama-Manas for itself. Kama, in
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    • pupil had to reach in order to build for himself such a
    • itself in the primeval mist when sun and moon were still united with
    • how the earth itself gradually evolved during these times. We shall
    • happened on the earth itself.
    • Now, for once, let us look at the earth itself. When it still had sun
    • and moon within itself, the earth was only a sort of etheric mist of
    • yourself into this. What had grown out of the etheric mist was a
    • feeling himself one with the light-mantle of the earth. In this
    • Then the sun began to withdraw itself, taking the finest substances
    • rings through the earth, out of which the human form shaped itself.
    • still united with the earth, man felt himself to be in their womb. Now
    • earth had to separate these forces from itself.
    • sacrificing himself. It was he whose inner being resounded through the
    • the sun's rays, which earlier could not reach the earth itself, were
    • Man hardened himself within himself. Thereby he transformed his upper
    • inside him. Feeling this, man had to say to himself, “Formerly I
    • light-permeated cloud transformed itself perpetually, but man felt
    • experienced within itself how the formerly united stream divided
    • itself into light and air, the cosmic event became a symbolic picture
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    • self-forming, self-contained being.
    • There was a flower-like form, which perpetually metamorphosed itself.
    • caused the breath to enter into us. Typhon separated himself from the
    • But as the sun separated itself from the earth more and more, and as
    • his higher nature — refined itself more and more, then man, who
    • dived down into his lower nature, he became conscious of himself for
    • from the moon. Man said to himself when the moon shone down,
    • moon. In fourteen days Osiris turns himself toward the earth in the
    • All that belongs to the male or female organisms formed itself under
    • being. What formed itself under the influence of the sun and moon?
    • primeval sound that differentiates itself into many sounds.
    • this, differentiating itself into throat-sounds, lung-sounds, as in
    • to the neophyte. Thus it built itself up in the course of time, and we
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    • by inducing him to lay himself down in a chest, which Typhon then
    • flower corolla opening itself into cosmic space, this corolla was
    • were weaker, and the animal body joined itself to them. The upper part
    • animal kingdom had worked itself into the lower human form. When the
    • course of time it had transformed itself into a powerful and
    • There were ever higher animal forms, which man took into himself. At
    • portrayed what the clairvoyant described to him or what he himself had
    • what had formed itself during the sun period, the shining pineal
    • changed itself into the human brain; that was the completely
    • body, and which then transformed itself into an inner organ in the
    • god Osiris had separated himself from the sun and had gone to the
    • of the brain as it might be sketched. This continues itself into the
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    • through the Christ himself. Earlier, man on earth was united with the
    • astrality is here repelled; it raised itself from the earth as the
    • predominated, as the human shape gradually constructed itself out of
    • the full human form, and this gradually transmuted itself into the
    • experienced himself as a spiritual being among his spiritual
    • itself said either, “No, I will not yet take up the lower
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    • seen the body. At that time man could not see himself. Only at the
    • moment when his body, building itself up from below, passed the region
    • of the hips, did man receive the capacity of seeing himself. When he
    • for the first time. Then he began to see himself as in a mist. Then he
    • proportion, and the consciousness of self, the I-feeling, the
    • physical body. He never said to himself, “Now I am dying,”
    • self, but he felt himself immortal in the womb of divinity, and for
    • itself from the physical, and that all this happens in the full moon.
    • of the ancient Indian when he saw himself transplanted into the
    • for him a field of work. The Persian said to himself, “There is
    • troubled himself little about how what happened in the spiritual world
    • world, but he also inserted his own self, his spiritual individuality,
    • were not known earlier. That man could portray himself in sculpture,
    • creating therein something like his physical self — this was
    • In a Greek temple it was as if space had given birth to itself out of
    • that the god himself inhabits; it can stand alone. But in the Gothic
    • works of art, but he still felt himself as part of a whole, of the
    • polis, the city-state. He did not yet feel himself as a
    • Egyptian did not feel himself as a separate person, but as an
    • laid little worth on feeling himself to be a person, but it was his
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    • himself for a new life, the consciousness-condition of Devachan, where
    • he has weaned himself of the desire for enjoyment, until he has
    • feel, would feel itself to be a member of the physical organism, so
    • man who, with all his thoughts and all his senses, felt himself
    • when he rose into Devachan, after having barely connected himself with
    • culture, he felt himself more connected with physical matter, and he
    • himself, “If man incarnates in this fluid matter, then I can
    • incarnated in the flesh, if he purified himself, could do this in such
    • no other human form for itself but could enter into another being and
    • proclaim itself through this other being.
    • himself so far and purified his three bodies to such an extent that he
    • population, because it has ensnared itself in the physical world,
    • finds it impossible to feel its way into Buddhism, to identify itself
    • himself to the historical necessities that lie behind evolution.
    • Without special preparation he could not incarnate himself in a
    • appeared who had developed himself to this point. This was Jesus of
    • became more self-reliant, a hardening of the bony system set in. The
    • Christ-spirit again united himself in the full sense with the earth.
    • achieved his present consciousness of self. He would never have
    • consciousness of self in its bright clarity. He had to encounter
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    • culture. It has been stated that the Indian period will repeat itself
    • time, and that the fourth, the Greco-Latin, stands by itself, so to
    • the Egyptian initiates gave them. The Egyptian initiate himself
    • itself. Only when what has taken shape in the astral body imprints
    • itself upon the etheric body, only then does the illumination take
    • within itself. In the ancient initiations, therefore, for a period of
    • while this latter, freed from the physical, united itself with the
    • content. He saw how the human body prepared itself out of the
    • the astral aura. The capacity for combining shows itself in green
    • shaped by man himself. We know that through evolution on the earth
    • shown how this ego permeates the astral body, claims it for itself so
    • in man at that time. This is an enhanced selfhood in man, an increased
    • as he became a self-contained separate being, he saw, in the same
    • what a soul takes into itself from incarnation to incarnation, ever
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    • offered to humanity the possibility of again raising itself above the
    • impulse of all human evolution. Man had to separate himself from the
    • spiritual worlds in order to attach himself to them again with the
    • plane, and now he had to be led upward again through God himself. We
    • Cherusker, for example, still feels himself as a member of his clan.
    • know of it. Then he did not yet say I of himself. This
    • then did he rightly feel himself as man within the line of ancestry.
    • man felt himself connected with the times of his forefathers. Today a
    • man must wean himself in kamaloka from the wishes and desires to which
    • 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
    • underlying the expression: “To feel oneself sheltered in
    • As a man became more initiated, freed himself more from dependence on
    • comical when the Pharaoh gives himself the name, “Son of
    • himself what really lived in the folk-soul. What did he see therein?
    • himself became an Osiris. Osiris and Isis worked together in the state
    • He had to be brought to the point where he could say to himself,
    • Pharaoh sacrificed of himself could be filled up with portions of the
    • folk-soul. The part of himself that the Pharaoh relinquished was just
    • himself something that transcends the boundaries of personality, a
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    • self-knowledge has been demanded of us. But as has been
    • repeatedly emphasised on other occasions, self-knowledge is by no
    • But the acquisition of self-knowledge is absolutely essential if we
    • self-knowledge so difficult? Man is very a complicated being. If we
    • Before we investigate the nature of self-knowledge, two aspects of the
    • yourself at a table, that cannot be called a decision made by the
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • you represent thinking rightly to yourself when you picture the human
    • the moral impulses he takes into himself through the life of thought
    • oneself up to such imaginings is like a dream making its way into
    • is perpetually resolving itself into etheric substance. In the region
    • waiting, they will see the Etheric Christ. He will Himself be there,
    • Light itself is being destroyed in this post-Atlantean age of the
    • Buddha himself, as transformed Bodhisattva, speaking in powerful words
    • many questions. Self-knowledge is difficult because man is such a
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
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    • self-knowledge has been demanded of us. But as has been
    • repeatedly emphasised on other occasions, self-knowledge is by no
    • But the acquisition of self-knowledge is absolutely essential if we
    • self-knowledge so difficult? Man is very a complicated being. If we
    • Before we investigate the nature of self-knowledge, two aspects of the
    • yourself at a table, that cannot be called a decision made by the
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • you represent thinking rightly to yourself when you picture the human
    • the moral impulses he takes into himself through the life of thought
    • oneself up to such imaginings is like a dream making its way into
    • is perpetually resolving itself into etheric substance. In the region
    • waiting, they will see the Etheric Christ. He will Himself be there,
    • Light itself is being destroyed in this post-Atlantean age of the
    • Buddha himself, as transformed Bodhisattva, speaking in powerful words
    • many questions. Self-knowledge is difficult because man is such a
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
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    • As I said again only the other day, that which calls itself Science
    • not the Spiritual Soul itself.
    • him in such a way that he brings to full manifestation in himself the
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • itself. You see, my dear friends, if one is obliged in our time to
    • receiving them he implants in himself the seed, the tendency to
    • did not receive into himself those inclinations to evil of which I
    • will imbue himself with something that enables him to comprehend man
    • the state of feeling of the other in himself, in his own breathing. As
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • mankind is bent on hurling itself into the abyss, and we must
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    • As I said again only the other day, that which calls itself Science
    • not the Spiritual Soul itself.
    • him in such a way that he brings to full manifestation in himself the
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • itself. You see, my dear friends, if one is obliged in our time to
    • receiving them he implants in himself the seed, the tendency to
    • did not receive into himself those inclinations to evil of which I
    • will imbue himself with something that enables him to comprehend man
    • the state of feeling of the other in himself, in his own breathing. As
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • mankind is bent on hurling itself into the abyss, and we must
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    • This problem, which forces itself upon us, demands that we eliminate all
    • It is often said, almost nonchalantly, that man has only to know himself,
    • self-knowledge, however, cannot be solved with a quick answer, as many
    • science, but that it also offers in an eminent sense a path toward self-
    • to support himself. As a result, life hits him with pain and privation. It is
    • by the necessity of events, he had to educate himself at an early age, he has
    • now he must think differently about it. He must say to himself that the
    • by them with a magic power. I realize that I have imposed upon myself certain
    • himself many times with regard to his sufferings in the way just described.
    • face destiny without bias and as though he had himself wanted his sufferings,
    • will find himself confronted by a strange reaction when he looks at his joy
    • does not believe this only has to expose himself to the experience.
    • will understand joy and happiness in the intimate hours of self-knowledge
    • who admits that his pain is inflicted upon himself by his own individuality
    • extended to practice self-torture, or to pinch ourselves with red hot pliers,
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • gods. Self-torture practiced by ascetics, monks and nuns is nothing but a
    • himself to bear pain with purpose and energy.
    • to meet this or that person? What is he basing himself on? In answer, we
    • someone believes that he can, by himself, know more about his higher self
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    • This problem, which forces itself upon us, demands that we eliminate all
    • It is often said, almost nonchalantly, that man has only to know himself,
    • self-knowledge, however, cannot be solved with a quick answer, as many
    • science, but that it also offers in an eminent sense a path toward self-
    • to support himself. As a result, life hits him with pain and privation. It is
    • by the necessity of events, he had to educate himself at an early age, he has
    • now he must think differently about it. He must say to himself that the
    • by them with a magic power. I realize that I have imposed upon myself certain
    • himself many times with regard to his sufferings in the way just described.
    • face destiny without bias and as though he had himself wanted his sufferings,
    • will find himself confronted by a strange reaction when he looks at his joy
    • does not believe this only has to expose himself to the experience.
    • will understand joy and happiness in the intimate hours of self-knowledge
    • who admits that his pain is inflicted upon himself by his own individuality
    • extended to practice self-torture, or to pinch ourselves with red hot pliers,
    • promote the ideal of false asceticism and self-torture. In this event, man,
    • gods. Self-torture practiced by ascetics, monks and nuns is nothing but a
    • himself to bear pain with purpose and energy.
    • to meet this or that person? What is he basing himself on? In answer, we
    • someone believes that he can, by himself, know more about his higher self
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • selflessness.
    • deeper understanding of selflessness than that offered by Christ's
    • unselfishness, and to become acquainted with all those incentives to
    • animating every unselfish inclination within us, arousing it from passive
    • Under the influence of materialism the natural unselfishness of mankind
    • whole soul-being, an education in selflessness. We may say that what
    • of selflessness, and what He may become for the conscious development
    • of the human soul is the school of unselfishness. We shall best realize this
    • Himself once in a human body, in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. But this
    • become selfless. This is a duty of our present culture to the future.
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • connection, essential unselfishness already exists in us, and it would be
    • were as self-seeking as he still is in his moral, intellectual and emotional
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • truly unselfish manner.
    • they are selfless and we do not feel them. We see things through them,
    • the other senses. Let us assume that our eyes were self-seeking. What
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • selflessness.
    • deeper understanding of selflessness than that offered by Christ's
    • unselfishness, and to become acquainted with all those incentives to
    • animating every unselfish inclination within us, arousing it from passive
    • Under the influence of materialism the natural unselfishness of mankind
    • whole soul-being, an education in selflessness. We may say that what
    • of selflessness, and what He may become for the conscious development
    • of the human soul is the school of unselfishness. We shall best realize this
    • Himself once in a human body, in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. But this
    • become selfless. This is a duty of our present culture to the future.
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • connection, essential unselfishness already exists in us, and it would be
    • were as self-seeking as he still is in his moral, intellectual and emotional
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • truly unselfish manner.
    • they are selfless and we do not feel them. We see things through them,
    • the other senses. Let us assume that our eyes were self-seeking. What
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  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • of himself, or his fellow-men of him, that throughout his life he is pursued
    • there is something in the man himself which makes it impossible to speak
    • Now when it comes to man himself, to what he feels with regard to fortune
    • considers himself fortunate only when all the desires arising from his
    • when he is denying himself in every possible way, and even subjecting himself
    • habitually in Central Germany pictures to himself how fortunate it would be
    • the darkness each with his own lantern. Or he dreams himself into other
    • connected together in his mind; for instance, if he imagined himself in Italy
    • refers it, not to his inner being, but to something outside himself, We might
    • himself alone; on the contrary, he attaches great importance to its
    • depending, not on himself but on something else. We need only picture the
    • that it could not exist at all if he himself could bring about what happens
    • outside himself is involved, that the world has “taken him into
    • man means only something that can be locked up within himself; on the
    • himself which come to his assistance. When this is in question, a man may
    • stand alone by himself.
    • — work for himself and for others in a beneficial way. So what may be
    • man has prepared this bad fortune for himself in a former life, and that in a
    • not on abstractions and theories but on reality itself?
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    • of himself, or his fellow-men of him, that throughout his life he is pursued
    • there is something in the man himself which makes it impossible to speak
    • Now when it comes to man himself, to what he feels with regard to fortune
    • considers himself fortunate only when all the desires arising from his
    • when he is denying himself in every possible way, and even subjecting himself
    • habitually in Central Germany pictures to himself how fortunate it would be
    • the darkness each with his own lantern. Or he dreams himself into other
    • connected together in his mind; for instance, if he imagined himself in Italy
    • refers it, not to his inner being, but to something outside himself, We might
    • himself alone; on the contrary, he attaches great importance to its
    • depending, not on himself but on something else. We need only picture the
    • that it could not exist at all if he himself could bring about what happens
    • outside himself is involved, that the world has “taken him into
    • man means only something that can be locked up within himself; on the
    • himself which come to his assistance. When this is in question, a man may
    • stand alone by himself.
    • — work for himself and for others in a beneficial way. So what may be
    • man has prepared this bad fortune for himself in a former life, and that in a
    • not on abstractions and theories but on reality itself?
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  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • him. Language itself he will of course learn by imitation, but that
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • embryo, of it — man draws into himself the forces of the etheric
    • himself the forces of the etheric world, and, in so doing, he forms
    • his own etheric body. But to say that man clothes himself with his
    • The etheric body, as it forms and develops itself in the human being,
    • is a universe in itself — a universe, one might say, in picture form.
    • Then it gathers itself together, and there, clearly suspended within
    • himself an etheric heart, which is an image of the outer universe. In
    • they are imprisoned there; and thereby the astral body itself becomes
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
    • has formed itself, we now have an astral structure too, which gathers
    • he does and permeates itself with it. By this constant coming together
    • that has formed itself within us through this intimate permeation of
    • himself out of it again, because his deeds have given him the force to
    • those of the organism itself. Likewise at puberty: in an invisible
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
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    • him. Language itself he will of course learn by imitation, but that
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • embryo, of it — man draws into himself the forces of the etheric
    • himself the forces of the etheric world, and, in so doing, he forms
    • his own etheric body. But to say that man clothes himself with his
    • The etheric body, as it forms and develops itself in the human being,
    • is a universe in itself — a universe, one might say, in picture form.
    • Then it gathers itself together, and there, clearly suspended within
    • himself an etheric heart, which is an image of the outer universe. In
    • they are imprisoned there; and thereby the astral body itself becomes
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
    • has formed itself, we now have an astral structure too, which gathers
    • he does and permeates itself with it. By this constant coming together
    • that has formed itself within us through this intimate permeation of
    • himself out of it again, because his deeds have given him the force to
    • those of the organism itself. Likewise at puberty: in an invisible
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • powers of soul, and familiarizing himself with the more recent
    • of necessity, presented by the life in which the human being finds himself
    • devoted himself for awhile to the spiritual ideas advanced by Zschokke.
    • Buechner and others weaned him away. He allowed himself to be
    • sometimes a good thing to forget oneself in the world, it is not a
    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • at no time in his life would have committed himself to such a purely
    • of the earth ball had established itself firmly even at the time when Goethe
    • way that the musical ear is related to the concept which only concerns itself
    • symphony manifests itself through the phenomenon of vibrations. And I
    • spiritual researcher himself. The relationship between the Spiritual Science
    • researcher and the human being who carries on no research himself, but
    • one and will be here figuratively presented. The spiritual researcher himself
    • point, a spiritual researcher himself. Yet this is not essential in order,
    • only at the beginning of its development, it is intelligible, nay self-evident,
    • Body” is in itself of no special importance, so I beg you not to take
    • draw near, that we see what has united itself with the earth, and has
    • within the earth, stimulates earth life itself by reason of spirit having
    • united itself with the earth, and during the winter the earth itself, as a
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    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • powers of soul, and familiarizing himself with the more recent
    • of necessity, presented by the life in which the human being finds himself
    • devoted himself for awhile to the spiritual ideas advanced by Zschokke.
    • Buechner and others weaned him away. He allowed himself to be
    • sometimes a good thing to forget oneself in the world, it is not a
    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • at no time in his life would have committed himself to such a purely
    • of the earth ball had established itself firmly even at the time when Goethe
    • way that the musical ear is related to the concept which only concerns itself
    • symphony manifests itself through the phenomenon of vibrations. And I
    • spiritual researcher himself. The relationship between the Spiritual Science
    • researcher and the human being who carries on no research himself, but
    • one and will be here figuratively presented. The spiritual researcher himself
    • point, a spiritual researcher himself. Yet this is not essential in order,
    • only at the beginning of its development, it is intelligible, nay self-evident,
    • Body” is in itself of no special importance, so I beg you not to take
    • draw near, that we see what has united itself with the earth, and has
    • within the earth, stimulates earth life itself by reason of spirit having
    • united itself with the earth, and during the winter the earth itself, as a
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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • himself inner abilities, soul forces and spiritual perception by his
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • mystic trains himself to acquire understanding of soul and spirit
    • worlds. It cannot be emphasized enough that nobody devoting himself to
    • self-suggestion but this is not the case. The mystic symbol of the
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
    • around itself. How are we to understand this? If reincarnation is a
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • he imprints in himself by constantly holding it in his mind, becomes
    • decade, will never determine anything within himself about these
    • concerning himself, the better his comprehension in the area of truth.
    • own choosing, incorporating it into himself, such a person is well on
    • on himself. Through insignificant alterations the loftiest heights are
    • to which you can surrender yourself so that you can sense how a given
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • himself from any flighty thinking or possibility to mistake illusion
    • a person of common sense wire only devotes himself to disciplined
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
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    • himself inner abilities, soul forces and spiritual perception by his
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • mystic trains himself to acquire understanding of soul and spirit
    • worlds. It cannot be emphasized enough that nobody devoting himself to
    • self-suggestion but this is not the case. The mystic symbol of the
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
    • around itself. How are we to understand this? If reincarnation is a
    • own self, is expressed in an ancient Indian text, “What you think
    • realize that a quality that he develops within himself, a thought that
    • he imprints in himself by constantly holding it in his mind, becomes
    • decade, will never determine anything within himself about these
    • concerning himself, the better his comprehension in the area of truth.
    • own choosing, incorporating it into himself, such a person is well on
    • on himself. Through insignificant alterations the loftiest heights are
    • to which you can surrender yourself so that you can sense how a given
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • himself from any flighty thinking or possibility to mistake illusion
    • a person of common sense wire only devotes himself to disciplined
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
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  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • called it — the metabolic-limb man — manifests itself in
    • from below upward (speaking schematically), pours itself into the
    • itself with the astral forces, taking hold of oxygen and only then,
    • the process in which the ego further strengthens itself by streaming
    • etheric body. The ego activity does assert itself, but may at times
    • human being. Let us assume, for example, that you stick yourself with
    • located in the blood. With the force of selfhood (Eigenkraft)
    • depicted schematically flows down, but transforms itself via the
    • himself discovers, for example, how belladonna on one side and
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • called it — the metabolic-limb man — manifests itself in
    • from below upward (speaking schematically), pours itself into the
    • itself with the astral forces, taking hold of oxygen and only then,
    • the process in which the ego further strengthens itself by streaming
    • etheric body. The ego activity does assert itself, but may at times
    • human being. Let us assume, for example, that you stick yourself with
    • located in the blood. With the force of selfhood (Eigenkraft)
    • depicted schematically flows down, but transforms itself via the
    • himself discovers, for example, how belladonna on one side and
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    • himself was able in his soul to approach this truth from very many
    • Faust, he could not express this better than by sending Faust himself
    • himself cannot enter the realm where the Mothers are enthroned
    • soul. He must so prepare himself that his soul, out of which the
    • itself the spiritual eye and penetrate into the spiritual realm. The
    • himself to a perception free of the senses, thereby regaining the
    • the soul that gives birth to the higher man out of himself, out of the
    • enters the realm of Osiris, itself becomes an Osiris. The Egyptian
    • death itself becomes an Osiris.
    • therefore himself became an Osiris. He tore himself from the physical,
    • cleansed himself of the physical, became a purified soul and as such
    • sublime ideal, the highest peak of humanity, the Christ Himself — for
    • happening on earth today but out of the cosmos itself, just as in
    • destined to bring forth out of itself. The human soul in its
    • soul, seeking in itself for the eternal feminine, is yearning for the
    • itself unable to continue using outer, crude physical models.
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    • himself was able in his soul to approach this truth from very many
    • Faust, he could not express this better than by sending Faust himself
    • himself cannot enter the realm where the Mothers are enthroned
    • soul. He must so prepare himself that his soul, out of which the
    • itself the spiritual eye and penetrate into the spiritual realm. The
    • himself to a perception free of the senses, thereby regaining the
    • the soul that gives birth to the higher man out of himself, out of the
    • enters the realm of Osiris, itself becomes an Osiris. The Egyptian
    • death itself becomes an Osiris.
    • therefore himself became an Osiris. He tore himself from the physical,
    • cleansed himself of the physical, became a purified soul and as such
    • sublime ideal, the highest peak of humanity, the Christ Himself — for
    • happening on earth today but out of the cosmos itself, just as in
    • destined to bring forth out of itself. The human soul in its
    • soul, seeking in itself for the eternal feminine, is yearning for the
    • itself unable to continue using outer, crude physical models.
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    • Today I would like to address myself to a subject specifically
    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • completely change itself. Through practicing certain exercises, the
    • separate itself from the body. By thus turning away from and lifting
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • soul emancipate itself from the body. To live as a soul-spiritual
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • kernel forms itself within us. Up until our thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • industrial achievements to show that man has now severed himself from
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • The ancients felt that the human soul had to prepare itself for
    • itself and thereby acquire forces of knowledge surpassing those of
    • completely into his inner self, and his inner life was given a
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • himself away from his body.” The strange but distinct mood evoked in
    • the words, “In everyday life, when I use my body to connect myself
    • human nature. Only when I have a deeper experience of myself within my
    • God, the primeval source of his being. Within himself he could feel
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
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    • Today I would like to address myself to a subject specifically
    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • completely change itself. Through practicing certain exercises, the
    • separate itself from the body. By thus turning away from and lifting
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • soul emancipate itself from the body. To live as a soul-spiritual
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • kernel forms itself within us. Up until our thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • industrial achievements to show that man has now severed himself from
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • The ancients felt that the human soul had to prepare itself for
    • itself and thereby acquire forces of knowledge surpassing those of
    • completely into his inner self, and his inner life was given a
    • himself, “Man learns to know his real being only when he has torn
    • himself away from his body.” The strange but distinct mood evoked in
    • the words, “In everyday life, when I use my body to connect myself
    • human nature. Only when I have a deeper experience of myself within my
    • God, the primeval source of his being. Within himself he could feel
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
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    • which a person experiences the spiritual content within himself, and receives
    • immerses himself and so identifies himself with the divine spiritual
    • by the Founder of Christianity, Christ Jesus Himself. For if it were to
    • expel every selfish wish and will-impulse. Its spirit will be that of the
    • he gain a relationship with higher spiritual beings, were he himself not an
    • manas, buddhi and atma, known in our western languages as spirit self,
    • the three higher potentials (spirit self, life spirit and spirit man) with the
    • that the higher triad of spirit self, life spirit and spirit man united with
    • in the future through the three principles of spirit self, life spirit and
    • equally as three principles in the Godhead Itself. Actually, the three
    • body, astral body and ego, thence from spirit self to spirit man. But a
    • speaking in the far-off past, must begin with spirit self, continue with life
    • oneself completely, not merely in driblets of human sacrifice of the kind
    • will in divine nature, by imagining oneself before a mirror in which one's
    • carry over this image to the point of imagining yourself dying, sacrificing
    • made with the mirror. This second principle is the reflected image itself.
    • universe, with itself as the center. If, for example, you imagine yourself
    • you will see yourself, as the central point, reflected on all sides,
    • The divine will expresses itself in infinite diversity, animating thereby the
    • itself in infinite differentiation, in multiplicity, is known as “the
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    • which a person experiences the spiritual content within himself, and receives
    • immerses himself and so identifies himself with the divine spiritual
    • by the Founder of Christianity, Christ Jesus Himself. For if it were to
    • expel every selfish wish and will-impulse. Its spirit will be that of the
    • he gain a relationship with higher spiritual beings, were he himself not an
    • manas, buddhi and atma, known in our western languages as spirit self,
    • the three higher potentials (spirit self, life spirit and spirit man) with the
    • that the higher triad of spirit self, life spirit and spirit man united with
    • in the future through the three principles of spirit self, life spirit and
    • equally as three principles in the Godhead Itself. Actually, the three
    • body, astral body and ego, thence from spirit self to spirit man. But a
    • speaking in the far-off past, must begin with spirit self, continue with life
    • oneself completely, not merely in driblets of human sacrifice of the kind
    • will in divine nature, by imagining oneself before a mirror in which one's
    • carry over this image to the point of imagining yourself dying, sacrificing
    • made with the mirror. This second principle is the reflected image itself.
    • universe, with itself as the center. If, for example, you imagine yourself
    • you will see yourself, as the central point, reflected on all sides,
    • The divine will expresses itself in infinite diversity, animating thereby the
    • itself in infinite differentiation, in multiplicity, is known as “the
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  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • itself; but then the world profits all the more. Love is the “moral”
    • love. Together with selfishness, evil came into the world. It had to
    • But through man's conquest of himself the unfolding of love has been
    • in a half-sleeping state. He has gradually to learn to feel himself as
    • evidence of how they strove to transmute the urge of self-love into
    • own self. Meister Eckhart, John Tauler, and others, spoke of it as the
    • itself. The impulse for this is not strong in humanity. But occultism
    • himself and withheld it from man. The all-encompassing attribute of
    • supreme wisdom, not supreme might. God has retained love for himself
    • receive the Impulse into himself gradually. The Divine Impulse of love
    • existence itself — it is both a physical and a spiritual Deed. We can
    • The impulse of love must now be carried into effect in wisdom itself.
    • consequence of the Luciferic principle which promotes selfishness,
    • independence. Together with selfishness, evil came into the world. It
    • good. When a man gains victory over himself, the unfolding of love is
    • the impulse for this victory over himself and thereby the power to
    • beings who were separated through egoism and selfishness. True in the
    • selfless. Striving for perfection imparts strength to our being and to
    • self-perfecting. Let us be under no illusion about this. When a man is
    • increasing power of self-conquest, through selfless love. Thus does
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    • itself; but then the world profits all the more. Love is the “moral”
    • love. Together with selfishness, evil came into the world. It had to
    • But through man's conquest of himself the unfolding of love has been
    • in a half-sleeping state. He has gradually to learn to feel himself as
    • evidence of how they strove to transmute the urge of self-love into
    • own self. Meister Eckhart, John Tauler, and others, spoke of it as the
    • itself. The impulse for this is not strong in humanity. But occultism
    • himself and withheld it from man. The all-encompassing attribute of
    • supreme wisdom, not supreme might. God has retained love for himself
    • receive the Impulse into himself gradually. The Divine Impulse of love
    • existence itself — it is both a physical and a spiritual Deed. We can
    • The impulse of love must now be carried into effect in wisdom itself.
    • consequence of the Luciferic principle which promotes selfishness,
    • independence. Together with selfishness, evil came into the world. It
    • good. When a man gains victory over himself, the unfolding of love is
    • the impulse for this victory over himself and thereby the power to
    • beings who were separated through egoism and selfishness. True in the
    • selfless. Striving for perfection imparts strength to our being and to
    • self-perfecting. Let us be under no illusion about this. When a man is
    • increasing power of self-conquest, through selfless love. Thus does
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    • ability to say ‘I’ to yourself, not to the fact that you were
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • on Earth, not as the real man himself, but as the picture of the real
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • within the human being, proceeding not only from man himself. Only in
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • is the reflected sunlight, not the Moon itself. So altogether, only
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • mankind migrated to the Moon, which had itself withdrawn from the
    • For man himself, the spiritual forces living in this cosmic memory are
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
    • relation to other human beings, who like himself will be discarnate,
    • himself as a picture — an image of the spiritual Beings, spiritual
    • permeating himself with such ideas and perceptions as I presented to
    • It is I myself in my reality.
    • truth confess: This Light am I myself in my reality.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • ability to say ‘I’ to yourself, not to the fact that you were
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • on Earth, not as the real man himself, but as the picture of the real
    • and Archai are then indwelling the self-same organs in which the
    • within the human being, proceeding not only from man himself. Only in
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • is the reflected sunlight, not the Moon itself. So altogether, only
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • mankind migrated to the Moon, which had itself withdrawn from the
    • For man himself, the spiritual forces living in this cosmic memory are
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
    • relation to other human beings, who like himself will be discarnate,
    • himself as a picture — an image of the spiritual Beings, spiritual
    • permeating himself with such ideas and perceptions as I presented to
    • It is I myself in my reality.
    • truth confess: This Light am I myself in my reality.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • from a cavern in a stately procession. They are fully self-conscious and
    • is brought before the world so magically, uniting himself in his thirtieth
    • atmosphere of the earth itself. In the storms that ride over the fields,
    • of Golgotha and prepares himself for the approaching Christmas festival. In
    • on earth, will assert itself, in contrast to the weather-like changes in
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    • from a cavern in a stately procession. They are fully self-conscious and
    • is brought before the world so magically, uniting himself in his thirtieth
    • atmosphere of the earth itself. In the storms that ride over the fields,
    • of Golgotha and prepares himself for the approaching Christmas festival. In
    • on earth, will assert itself, in contrast to the weather-like changes in
  • Title: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • drop of his blood. This is self-evident, and no one can really
    • himself pictorially in these legends and fairy-tales; and how it is
    • “very special fluid” which is itself the flowing life of
    • itself, its import for man and the part it plays in the progress of
    • itself upon his physiognomy. This student of human nature draws
    • shaped for itself in the blood its physiognomical expression in the
    • very fact of existence itself.
    • What blood in itself is, you presumably all know from the current
    • has repeated in itself all the earlier stages of human growth, thus
    • Paul says of himself in his autobiography. He relates that he could
    • itself; and he tells us that this made a profound impression upon him.
    • forth from the innermost soul itself; it is the name which only the
    • soul itself can apply to itself. Every other person is a
    • of the soul, whereby the divine self makes known its presence when the
    • in its turn encloses and develops within itself the germs of higher
    • ego, or actual inner self; and that within this inner self are the
    • Manas, the Spirit-Self, as distinguished from the bodily self;
    • is capable of feeling? It feels only itself, its own life-processes;
    • it leads a life that is confined within itself.
    • the cosmos and set apart by itself. And just as little can you
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    • drop of his blood. This is self-evident, and no one can really
    • himself pictorially in these legends and fairy-tales; and how it is
    • “very special fluid” which is itself the flowing life of
    • itself, its import for man and the part it plays in the progress of
    • itself upon his physiognomy. This student of human nature draws
    • shaped for itself in the blood its physiognomical expression in the
    • very fact of existence itself.
    • What blood in itself is, you presumably all know from the current
    • has repeated in itself all the earlier stages of human growth, thus
    • Paul says of himself in his autobiography. He relates that he could
    • itself; and he tells us that this made a profound impression upon him.
    • forth from the innermost soul itself; it is the name which only the
    • soul itself can apply to itself. Every other person is a
    • of the soul, whereby the divine self makes known its presence when the
    • in its turn encloses and develops within itself the germs of higher
    • ego, or actual inner self; and that within this inner self are the
    • Manas, the Spirit-Self, as distinguished from the bodily self;
    • is capable of feeling? It feels only itself, its own life-processes;
    • it leads a life that is confined within itself.
    • the cosmos and set apart by itself. And just as little can you
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • grown rigid ... The human being should accustom himself to the fact that
    • you will have to ask yourself the question: How was Homer able to be
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • grown rigid ... The human being should accustom himself to the fact that
    • you will have to ask yourself the question: How was Homer able to be
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • has not should concern himself with such ideas. It should be emphasized,
    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • nervousness is making itself felt.
    • objects but in this case the lady should say to herself, “I will put my
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • pupil to deny himself the wishes in such a way that the child becomes
    • himself wishes. What is hereby achieved is of untold importance. When,
    • a strong force within me. When you thus place yourself in consciousness
    • good to practice self-denial in not considering bad in our fellow-men the
    • man himself and are not basing your judgment on the effect his conduct
    • over the etheric, and the etheric body over the physical. Self-education
    • self-awareness and enables man to become a free being
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    • has not should concern himself with such ideas. It should be emphasized,
    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • nervousness is making itself felt.
    • objects but in this case the lady should say to herself, “I will put my
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • pupil to deny himself the wishes in such a way that the child becomes
    • himself wishes. What is hereby achieved is of untold importance. When,
    • a strong force within me. When you thus place yourself in consciousness
    • good to practice self-denial in not considering bad in our fellow-men the
    • man himself and are not basing your judgment on the effect his conduct
    • over the etheric, and the etheric body over the physical. Self-education
    • self-awareness and enables man to become a free being
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • science in turn believes itself to be moving with certainty only with what
    • himself, substances which are not merely passive, but which are actually
    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • They totally interpenetrate and one must accustom oneself a little to an
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • this mineral wants to order itself into threads. One can see this even more
    • thread-like crystals become even thinner. It orders itself into clusters of
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • astral body. Instead of transforming itself into metabolic activity, it
    • remains active as astral activity. The astral body works for itself. It does
    • to bring forth out of itself, which it has in itself, depending on how one
    • something which manifests itself as tuberculosis in the most various
    • 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
    • manner in which the soul itself works can be significant to health and
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    • science in turn believes itself to be moving with certainty only with what
    • himself, substances which are not merely passive, but which are actually
    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • They totally interpenetrate and one must accustom oneself a little to an
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • this mineral wants to order itself into threads. One can see this even more
    • thread-like crystals become even thinner. It orders itself into clusters of
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • astral body. Instead of transforming itself into metabolic activity, it
    • remains active as astral activity. The astral body works for itself. It does
    • to bring forth out of itself, which it has in itself, depending on how one
    • something which manifests itself as tuberculosis in the most various
    • 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
    • manner in which the soul itself works can be significant to health and
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • saw it himself and did not return to the Professor.
    • thought must say to himself, “If I can formulate thoughts about things,
    • and that is himself. He forgets that it is he who has brought this whole
    • If in this manner he has pictured to himself exactly the sequential order of
    • abstaining from thinking. He must say to himself, “I do not yet know
    • itself. So we train ourselves to think, not arbitrarily, but according to the
    • Goethe himself appreciated this characterization. What was meant is that
    • such thinking does not separate itself from things, but remains within
    • objects, thus enabled him to sense the coming event preparing itself in
    • If he really wants this to happen, he must say to himself whenever he can
    • about something I myself have chosen and I will bring it into my
    • my mind and will myself choose the subject about which I wish to think.”
    • to oneself, “I shall recall exactly the person I saw yesterday, also the
    • overlooked and every detail will imprint itself on his memory. Thus he
    • life. If he thus trains himself, he will approach and look at the things of
    • man on earth, and that besides himself there are only those apes present that,
    • then forms a concept of what lives in them. Excluding himself and
    • itself into the concept “man.”
    • to himself, “My concept of the ape does not change into the concept of
    • self-evident to these same people who previously looked upon these
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    • saw it himself and did not return to the Professor.
    • thought must say to himself, “If I can formulate thoughts about things,
    • and that is himself. He forgets that it is he who has brought this whole
    • If in this manner he has pictured to himself exactly the sequential order of
    • abstaining from thinking. He must say to himself, “I do not yet know
    • itself. So we train ourselves to think, not arbitrarily, but according to the
    • Goethe himself appreciated this characterization. What was meant is that
    • such thinking does not separate itself from things, but remains within
    • objects, thus enabled him to sense the coming event preparing itself in
    • If he really wants this to happen, he must say to himself whenever he can
    • about something I myself have chosen and I will bring it into my
    • my mind and will myself choose the subject about which I wish to think.”
    • to oneself, “I shall recall exactly the person I saw yesterday, also the
    • overlooked and every detail will imprint itself on his memory. Thus he
    • life. If he thus trains himself, he will approach and look at the things of
    • man on earth, and that besides himself there are only those apes present that,
    • then forms a concept of what lives in them. Excluding himself and
    • itself into the concept “man.”
    • to himself, “My concept of the ape does not change into the concept of
    • self-evident to these same people who previously looked upon these
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  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • the Christ-Being. At His death the Christ-Being poured Himself out
    • being, who later sacrificed himself as Man, offered himself for
    • The human principle into which these forces stream, if it makes itself
    • The child learns to walk; that is to say, he learns to raise himself
    • of this Ego to bring himself to a vertical position, to raise himself
    • force by means of which man raised himself into an upright position. Thus,
    • contains within itself spiritual forces capable of streaming through
    • later to consciousness, can raise himself upright. In order that man
    • the etheric super-earthly Christ-Being, to protect himself from that
    • This which man received into himself in the old Lemurian epoch has
    • speech, he wrests himself free from those spiritual forces that are
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • Man has made himself independent of those forces which spiritually flow
    • upright he made himself independent of the first stream. If he had
    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • later became the Nathan-Jesus child, received into himself the
    • heights, later to be born as the Nathan-Jesus, united himself with the
    • itself out into the spiritual atmosphere of the Earth.
    • Golgotha. This can be the case even now if man will prepare himself
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    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • the Christ-Being. At His death the Christ-Being poured Himself out
    • being, who later sacrificed himself as Man, offered himself for
    • The human principle into which these forces stream, if it makes itself
    • The child learns to walk; that is to say, he learns to raise himself
    • of this Ego to bring himself to a vertical position, to raise himself
    • force by means of which man raised himself into an upright position. Thus,
    • contains within itself spiritual forces capable of streaming through
    • later to consciousness, can raise himself upright. In order that man
    • the etheric super-earthly Christ-Being, to protect himself from that
    • This which man received into himself in the old Lemurian epoch has
    • speech, he wrests himself free from those spiritual forces that are
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • Man has made himself independent of those forces which spiritually flow
    • upright he made himself independent of the first stream. If he had
    • expressing his own selfish joy or pain, desire or bliss, in poor
    • later became the Nathan-Jesus child, received into himself the
    • heights, later to be born as the Nathan-Jesus, united himself with the
    • itself out into the spiritual atmosphere of the Earth.
    • Golgotha. This can be the case even now if man will prepare himself
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Professor C. This group wishes to dedicate itself to the spiritual
    • however, it is the spirit self that must be developed within the souls
    • nature of spirit self is that it must pre-suppose the existence in
    • of human beings within which the spirit self is to develop as the
    • that is like the child of the forces of the spirit self — the
    • spirit self that is nurtured by the beings of the higher hierarchies
    • the spirit self.
    • see, it is only through the wisdom of spiritual science itself that we
    • lived in Athens felt himself to be first and foremost an
    • Eastern Europe. Eastern Europe will have to wait until the spirit self
    • epoch will be inspired, permeated by the spirit self. Today the man of
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • feels that spirit self is to descend, but that it can only descend
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
    • himself the brother of the other, as the ‘Little Father’ or the
    • bring about the descent of spirit self. Just as it is being striven
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • the instinctive feeling that the spirit self can only manifest in a
    • philosopher to adopt for himself without question the principle of
    • Then show'st me mine own self, and in my breast
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    • Professor C. This group wishes to dedicate itself to the spiritual
    • however, it is the spirit self that must be developed within the souls
    • nature of spirit self is that it must pre-suppose the existence in
    • of human beings within which the spirit self is to develop as the
    • that is like the child of the forces of the spirit self — the
    • spirit self that is nurtured by the beings of the higher hierarchies
    • the spirit self.
    • see, it is only through the wisdom of spiritual science itself that we
    • lived in Athens felt himself to be first and foremost an
    • Eastern Europe. Eastern Europe will have to wait until the spirit self
    • epoch will be inspired, permeated by the spirit self. Today the man of
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • feels that spirit self is to descend, but that it can only descend
    • the personal element, through which every single man feels himself an
    • himself the brother of the other, as the ‘Little Father’ or the
    • bring about the descent of spirit self. Just as it is being striven
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • the instinctive feeling that the spirit self can only manifest in a
    • philosopher to adopt for himself without question the principle of
    • Then show'st me mine own self, and in my breast
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • over the brilliance of physical light he can say to himself,
    • produce fat from something that in itself contains no fat. In other
    • within himself and make an inner effort to bring about the
    • himself. Yet, if he takes the opportunity to unfold his own inner
    • animal one-sidedly contains within itself something of the forces
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • fundamentally a meat eater, however, limits himself to more narrow
    • vistas and directs himself more rigidly toward one- sidedness.
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • To the extent, however, that a man replaces his inner self with
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
    • Man can nourish himself in such fashion that he
    • undermines his invisible independence. In so doing he makes himself
    • an expression of what he eats. Yet he ought to nourish himself in
    • possible self-awareness and enables man to become a free
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • over the brilliance of physical light he can say to himself,
    • produce fat from something that in itself contains no fat. In other
    • within himself and make an inner effort to bring about the
    • himself. Yet, if he takes the opportunity to unfold his own inner
    • animal one-sidedly contains within itself something of the forces
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • fundamentally a meat eater, however, limits himself to more narrow
    • vistas and directs himself more rigidly toward one- sidedness.
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • To the extent, however, that a man replaces his inner self with
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
    • Man can nourish himself in such fashion that he
    • undermines his invisible independence. In so doing he makes himself
    • an expression of what he eats. Yet he ought to nourish himself in
    • possible self-awareness and enables man to become a free
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • world picture behind the Egyptian priest mysteries. Kepler himself
    • spiritual heights, united himself with the man Jesus of Nazareth, and from
    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
    • are so necessary, then this community, which calls itself the
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • world picture behind the Egyptian priest mysteries. Kepler himself
    • spiritual heights, united himself with the man Jesus of Nazareth, and from
    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
    • are so necessary, then this community, which calls itself the
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • SELF
    • fact that humanity itself is undergoing a development, which constitutes its
    • short space of time — a year. Then the cycle repeats itself.
    • will then bring him fully to free consciousness of the Self.
    • What would happen nowadays if a man were to give himself up entirely to
    • or that he did not tell himself at a certain moment: ‘This is how you
    • should orientate yourself’ — suppose that he were not to arrive at
    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • able to say to himself: ‘I live in this or that epoch. I am not man
    • in the full sense of the word if I give myself over to chance. Chance has
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • myself to karma. I am only man, in the full sense of being man, if I take
    • itself. Such concepts, with the intellectual soul-content imparted to
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • self-knowledge, he underwent a significant crisis in his soul. According to
    • self-knowledge, much as he did in later times. ‘Know Thyself’
    • knowledge towards knowledge of himself, ancient man underwent an inner crisis
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
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    • fact that humanity itself is undergoing a development, which constitutes its
    • short space of time — a year. Then the cycle repeats itself.
    • will then bring him fully to free consciousness of the Self.
    • What would happen nowadays if a man were to give himself up entirely to
    • or that he did not tell himself at a certain moment: ‘This is how you
    • should orientate yourself’ — suppose that he were not to arrive at
    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • able to say to himself: ‘I live in this or that epoch. I am not man
    • in the full sense of the word if I give myself over to chance. Chance has
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • myself to karma. I am only man, in the full sense of being man, if I take
    • itself. Such concepts, with the intellectual soul-content imparted to
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • self-knowledge, he underwent a significant crisis in his soul. According to
    • self-knowledge, much as he did in later times. ‘Know Thyself’
    • knowledge towards knowledge of himself, ancient man underwent an inner crisis
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of Spiritual Research For Moral Action
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    • in a kind of “school.” He who immerses himself completely in this
    • to himself that it is nonsense even to think about such an action. As
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • only for the organism but also for myself.”
    • In the future the moral awareness of human beings will form itself in this
    • action will say to himself that it is an illusion to seek personal advantage
    • stealing are the seeds of an aura into which you place yourself and
    • become truths for life itself. Let us suppose that one can demonstrate that
    • to see how he wraps himself in an aura of illusions when he seeks his own
    • over man. It does not cut itself off. It does not say, “I want to keep
    • my blood for myself or cut off a portion of myself.” It is in harmony
    • He could say to himself, “I inhale the air. It was just outside, and
    • hearts. He who does not unite himself with it in his soul, will wither
    • is present in a state of spirit and soul will proceed to form itself into
    • new existence and will reincarnate itself on Jupiter.
    • wisdom. Knowledge by itself participates in immorality and if it turns
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
    • surround oneself with pestilent odors in the future. Only if one lives in
    • deed. In stealing, man places into himself something that amounts to the
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    • in a kind of “school.” He who immerses himself completely in this
    • to himself that it is nonsense even to think about such an action. As
    • organism, a real living being. When one pictures to oneself the human
    • only for the organism but also for myself.”
    • In the future the moral awareness of human beings will form itself in this
    • action will say to himself that it is an illusion to seek personal advantage
    • stealing are the seeds of an aura into which you place yourself and
    • become truths for life itself. Let us suppose that one can demonstrate that
    • to see how he wraps himself in an aura of illusions when he seeks his own
    • over man. It does not cut itself off. It does not say, “I want to keep
    • my blood for myself or cut off a portion of myself.” It is in harmony
    • He could say to himself, “I inhale the air. It was just outside, and
    • hearts. He who does not unite himself with it in his soul, will wither
    • is present in a state of spirit and soul will proceed to form itself into
    • new existence and will reincarnate itself on Jupiter.
    • wisdom. Knowledge by itself participates in immorality and if it turns
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
    • surround oneself with pestilent odors in the future. Only if one lives in
    • deed. In stealing, man places into himself something that amounts to the
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • which is for the elect” — and the speaker usually includes himself
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • the planet. The forces of will enter into us from the planet itself. This is
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • first year. Not until the age of twenty-one does man tear himself away, as
    • release the planetary forces himself, after the age of twenty-one. And yet
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • which is for the elect” — and the speaker usually includes himself
    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • the planet. The forces of will enter into us from the planet itself. This is
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • first year. Not until the age of twenty-one does man tear himself away, as
    • release the planetary forces himself, after the age of twenty-one. And yet
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • himself, of lifting into the full light of consciousness much of that
    • What is instinctive in us happens to a certain degree by itself, but
    • people. Everything which the human being develops out of himself
    • presents itself to the senses, but in the total situation, when one
    • itself by, an inclination to sleep. That of which I speak goes on
    • aroused in you the counter-force to keep yourself awake. This always
    • Post-Atlantean Period to become self-assertive, to not allow themselves
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • it must make itself felt and must be developed in us. This anti-social
    • into the social order — must have crystallized itself into
    • if you think that you can buy yourself something with a $5 note and do
    • fashion, in order to create for himself an object for his self-love,
    • large part of the so-called love of doing good is a masked self-love.
    • nearest to hand, thereby enhancing our self-love, but to feel it our
    • oneself without love or hate, to allow the other individual to appear
    • when I was ten years old? I will imagine myself entirely into the
    • situation of that time. I will picture myself as another boy or girl
    • take pains to objectify myself.” This objectifying of oneself, this
    • freeing of oneself in the present from one's own past, this
    • earlier years from yourself and when you make them objective. This is
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    • himself, of lifting into the full light of consciousness much of that
    • What is instinctive in us happens to a certain degree by itself, but
    • people. Everything which the human being develops out of himself
    • presents itself to the senses, but in the total situation, when one
    • itself by, an inclination to sleep. That of which I speak goes on
    • aroused in you the counter-force to keep yourself awake. This always
    • Post-Atlantean Period to become self-assertive, to not allow themselves
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • it must make itself felt and must be developed in us. This anti-social
    • into the social order — must have crystallized itself into
    • if you think that you can buy yourself something with a $5 note and do
    • fashion, in order to create for himself an object for his self-love,
    • large part of the so-called love of doing good is a masked self-love.
    • nearest to hand, thereby enhancing our self-love, but to feel it our
    • oneself without love or hate, to allow the other individual to appear
    • when I was ten years old? I will imagine myself entirely into the
    • situation of that time. I will picture myself as another boy or girl
    • take pains to objectify myself.” This objectifying of oneself, this
    • freeing of oneself in the present from one's own past, this
    • earlier years from yourself and when you make them objective. This is
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    • Goethe himself did not succeed in lifting to the level of spiritual
    • He himself was not capable of this, for culture in his day could give
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • spirit begins of itself to stir within them. We must recognise that
    • — they will make it possible for the spirit itself to come alive in
    • himself from the economic field. To speak trivially, the stomach sees
    • perpetual rebellion, self-defence, on the part of the economic
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • selfconsciousness. And so the bourgeoisie in Middle Europe were imbued
    • himself into the very essence of the spirit — an attainment still
    • Two ways are open here. Either a man can give himself up to natural
    • science, contenting himself — as often happens to-day — with what
    • himself on his knowledge, but asks: ‘What does this really give to the
    • says to himself: I perceive through my senses: they are indeed
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    • Goethe himself did not succeed in lifting to the level of spiritual
    • He himself was not capable of this, for culture in his day could give
    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • spirit begins of itself to stir within them. We must recognise that
    • — they will make it possible for the spirit itself to come alive in
    • himself from the economic field. To speak trivially, the stomach sees
    • perpetual rebellion, self-defence, on the part of the economic
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • selfconsciousness. And so the bourgeoisie in Middle Europe were imbued
    • himself into the very essence of the spirit — an attainment still
    • Two ways are open here. Either a man can give himself up to natural
    • science, contenting himself — as often happens to-day — with what
    • himself on his knowledge, but asks: ‘What does this really give to the
    • says to himself: I perceive through my senses: they are indeed
  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • original, archetypal Christian prayer in which Christ Jesus Himself
    • nothing for itself, but allows the Godhead to will in us, this frame
    • and both would be motivated by self interest. Or take the case where
    • tradition was taught by Christ Himself. This prayer must, in fact, be
    • self-interested nature. Jesus taught that petitionary prayer, asking
    • for oneself, was contrary to the Christian idea of prayer. Such
    • partakes of the Divine this does not imply that man himself is divine.
    • attention to the content of the Lord's Prayer itself. I stated that the
    • refer to oneself. To everyone else I am a “thou”, and everyone
    • individual, the “ I ” can only arise within the soul itself; it
    • aware of this and therefore they said: when the soul recognizes itself as
    • without, it must be experienced within the soul itself. This is the fourth
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • transformation raised itself to a higher level, we call the higher
    • principle of man's being: Spirit Self (Manas), Life Spirit (Buddhi),
    • yourself. You stand before the mirror as a living being and are faced
    • without the living reality, the essential self. Imagine that your will
    • yourself wholly in order to endow your reflected image with your own
    • not concentrate on the force radiating from itself in order to lend
    • life to the reflected image, but upon the reflected image itself. The
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    • original, archetypal Christian prayer in which Christ Jesus Himself
    • nothing for itself, but allows the Godhead to will in us, this frame
    • and both would be motivated by self interest. Or take the case where
    • tradition was taught by Christ Himself. This prayer must, in fact, be
    • self-interested nature. Jesus taught that petitionary prayer, asking
    • for oneself, was contrary to the Christian idea of prayer. Such
    • partakes of the Divine this does not imply that man himself is divine.
    • attention to the content of the Lord's Prayer itself. I stated that the
    • refer to oneself. To everyone else I am a “thou”, and everyone
    • individual, the “ I ” can only arise within the soul itself; it
    • aware of this and therefore they said: when the soul recognizes itself as
    • without, it must be experienced within the soul itself. This is the fourth
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • transformation raised itself to a higher level, we call the higher
    • principle of man's being: Spirit Self (Manas), Life Spirit (Buddhi),
    • yourself. You stand before the mirror as a living being and are faced
    • without the living reality, the essential self. Imagine that your will
    • yourself wholly in order to endow your reflected image with your own
    • not concentrate on the force radiating from itself in order to lend
    • life to the reflected image, but upon the reflected image itself. The
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • conscience or self-reproach streams up from the deep ground of the
    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • He wants to isolate himself, to feel enclosed within his own being.
    • of the inner will itself, which a beneficent creation conceals by
    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
    • itself, but as the reflector of the Light. Then, among the Egyptians
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • in itself, it will light up, will become fluorescent when it is
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    • conscience or self-reproach streams up from the deep ground of the
    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • He wants to isolate himself, to feel enclosed within his own being.
    • of the inner will itself, which a beneficent creation conceals by
    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
    • itself, but as the reflector of the Light. Then, among the Egyptians
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • in itself, it will light up, will become fluorescent when it is
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    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • herself in her external aspect to his senses and his intellect? It is,
    • Now this question of the being of the human soul has presented itself
    • Apollonian saying: “Know thyself.” This saying sets forth
    • being of Nature, on the other with the self-knowledge of man. Let us
    • self — were associated in the mind of man with quite strange, not to
    • himself in the presence of deep uncertainties before he could come to
    • feeling of standing on firm ground; he sees himself being hurled
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • self-consciousness that was fully detached from the external world.
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • the perception and understanding of the self developed to what it is
    • to-day. Self-consciousness has grown steadily stronger in the course of
    • time, and man has thereby detached himself from surrounding Nature. He
    • has learned to look into himself, inwardly to comprehend himself as
    • something that acts independently. In doing so he has placed himself
    • self-evolution and self-knowledge, by achieving inner liberation from
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • thought — the thought that is elaborated by man himself
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    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • herself in her external aspect to his senses and his intellect? It is,
    • Now this question of the being of the human soul has presented itself
    • Apollonian saying: “Know thyself.” This saying sets forth
    • being of Nature, on the other with the self-knowledge of man. Let us
    • self — were associated in the mind of man with quite strange, not to
    • himself in the presence of deep uncertainties before he could come to
    • feeling of standing on firm ground; he sees himself being hurled
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • self-consciousness that was fully detached from the external world.
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • the perception and understanding of the self developed to what it is
    • to-day. Self-consciousness has grown steadily stronger in the course of
    • time, and man has thereby detached himself from surrounding Nature. He
    • has learned to look into himself, inwardly to comprehend himself as
    • something that acts independently. In doing so he has placed himself
    • self-evolution and self-knowledge, by achieving inner liberation from
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • thought — the thought that is elaborated by man himself
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • that is elaborated, in a certain sense, by man himself in pre-earthly
    • unconsciously. He is then led, unconsciously, to ascribe to himself a
    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • feeling for truth and truthfulness. To feel himself in duty bound
    • figure that is sufficient and complete in itself — one that contains
    • a whole world, just as man contains the whole universe within himself
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • self-interest, conscious only of what is living within his own being.
    • pre-earthly existence. Through his sense of Beauty he links himself,
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
    • to unite oneself with the world of which I said, it is ever present.
    • the threads between himself and his spiritual past. He who disregards
    • beauty is building himself an abode on earth where the sun of spirit
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    • that is elaborated, in a certain sense, by man himself in pre-earthly
    • unconsciously. He is then led, unconsciously, to ascribe to himself a
    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • feeling for truth and truthfulness. To feel himself in duty bound
    • figure that is sufficient and complete in itself — one that contains
    • a whole world, just as man contains the whole universe within himself
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • self-interest, conscious only of what is living within his own being.
    • pre-earthly existence. Through his sense of Beauty he links himself,
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
    • to unite oneself with the world of which I said, it is ever present.
    • the threads between himself and his spiritual past. He who disregards
    • beauty is building himself an abode on earth where the sun of spirit
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • spiritualized way of looking at the universe. And man felt himself
    • true insight into these matter the mathematical capacity is in itself
    • there I myself counted from star to star what I now merely copy and
    • through between death and rebirth, and He united Himself with the life
    • that concerns itself with the world we live in between death and
    • As man lives here on the earth and concerns himself with gaining
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
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    • spiritualized way of looking at the universe. And man felt himself
    • true insight into these matter the mathematical capacity is in itself
    • there I myself counted from star to star what I now merely copy and
    • through between death and rebirth, and He united Himself with the life
    • that concerns itself with the world we live in between death and
    • As man lives here on the earth and concerns himself with gaining
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • that does not concern itself in any way with current questions, with
    • of its advantages — that Spiritual Science concerns itself only
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • itself in bare abstractions, but must have something to say to human
    • himself to be truly practical is the one who can see beyond the
    • a truly significant man, who twenty five years ago, pitted himself
    • hand, has exposed not so much himself but the science of Physiology
    • the methods of this learned professor were applied to himself. After
    • insinuates itself more and more into the central position in the
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • occupied himself with the women's question, was at pains to study in
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • shortsightedness, for one must ask oneself: In other times, in all
    • education and that the women's question itself has come up in our
    • take a look at these books some time and ask yourself: ‘How
    • areas, and to show thereby that he has acquainted himself deeply with
    • lay here. Where the soul begins to feel the divine in itself, where
    • it begins in this dialogue with itself to say ‘I’ to
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    • that does not concern itself in any way with current questions, with
    • of its advantages — that Spiritual Science concerns itself only
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • itself in bare abstractions, but must have something to say to human
    • himself to be truly practical is the one who can see beyond the
    • a truly significant man, who twenty five years ago, pitted himself
    • hand, has exposed not so much himself but the science of Physiology
    • the methods of this learned professor were applied to himself. After
    • insinuates itself more and more into the central position in the
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • occupied himself with the women's question, was at pains to study in
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • shortsightedness, for one must ask oneself: In other times, in all
    • education and that the women's question itself has come up in our
    • take a look at these books some time and ask yourself: ‘How
    • areas, and to show thereby that he has acquainted himself deeply with
    • lay here. Where the soul begins to feel the divine in itself, where
    • it begins in this dialogue with itself to say ‘I’ to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • through our Ego. And unless the Ego, as it unfolds itself, can remain
    • Angels are the Hierarchy immediately above the Human Hierarchy itself.
    • itself.
    • revealing itself from the divine foundations of the world, revealing
    • itself through flesh and blood. To conceive man as a picture revealed
    • itself be in the nature of a religious rite, a sacrament, and nobody
    • sustain the religious life. If the Church understands itself truly,
    • its one aim must be to render itself unnecessary on the physical
    • is part of the process of human evolution itself. How can such a
    • far that it depends upon man himself whether he will sleep through
    • itself, the whole matter would become a game if, having reached the
    • itself is it not a game but serious business.
    • have to be performed in the etheric body while man himself was not
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • bad awakening for humanity! Man would pride himself upon the growth of
    • itself, is prescribed for man's essential being.
    • into the spiritual world is itself a greater awakening from ordinary
    • Anyone who looks at life, particularly in our own age, must himself be
    • self-discipline. This is something that can be a beginning, and of
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    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • through our Ego. And unless the Ego, as it unfolds itself, can remain
    • Angels are the Hierarchy immediately above the Human Hierarchy itself.
    • itself.
    • revealing itself from the divine foundations of the world, revealing
    • itself through flesh and blood. To conceive man as a picture revealed
    • itself be in the nature of a religious rite, a sacrament, and nobody
    • sustain the religious life. If the Church understands itself truly,
    • its one aim must be to render itself unnecessary on the physical
    • is part of the process of human evolution itself. How can such a
    • far that it depends upon man himself whether he will sleep through
    • itself, the whole matter would become a game if, having reached the
    • itself is it not a game but serious business.
    • have to be performed in the etheric body while man himself was not
    • man himself participating, to carry it out in his etheric and physical
    • bad awakening for humanity! Man would pride himself upon the growth of
    • itself, is prescribed for man's essential being.
    • into the spiritual world is itself a greater awakening from ordinary
    • Anyone who looks at life, particularly in our own age, must himself be
    • self-discipline. This is something that can be a beginning, and of
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • to know death itself, on the Earth, through one of their emissaries
    • death in himself, when he unites himself with it.
    • nearer to the understanding of death. By yielding himself up to the
    • Christ, he could gain for himself a sure power which enabled him to
    • himself, or else because he was connected in some way with the
    • seen an apostle, i.e. one who had known the Lord himself, after his
    • convince Saul. Only Christ himself could convince him, by appearing
    • the Christ himself taught to his initiated disciples after his
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    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • to know death itself, on the Earth, through one of their emissaries
    • death in himself, when he unites himself with it.
    • nearer to the understanding of death. By yielding himself up to the
    • Christ, he could gain for himself a sure power which enabled him to
    • himself, or else because he was connected in some way with the
    • seen an apostle, i.e. one who had known the Lord himself, after his
    • convince Saul. Only Christ himself could convince him, by appearing
    • the Christ himself taught to his initiated disciples after his
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    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • Of course, it is only with difficulty that Man can emancipate himself
    • from material perceptions, as a simple experiment on one's own self
    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • the undeveloped man. When he acquires for himself the faculty of
    • empty when it rids itself of the contents of sense-perception. It was
    • experiences within himself to its full extent what Plato here implies,
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • “Learn to emancipate thyself from the senses by mathematics,
    • thyself an imperishable and eternal knowledge when thou learnest to
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • render it possible for us to calculate with it; but in itself as such,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • Extension itself becomes the creation of the extensionless. Thus did
    • self-knowledge” the inner nature of our own spiritual
    • it does present itself as a good educational means. It teaches him to
    • effect a strict mental self-education where sense-perceptions are no
    • himself the transition from thought permeated with sense to thought
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    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • Of course, it is only with difficulty that Man can emancipate himself
    • from material perceptions, as a simple experiment on one's own self
    • withdraw into himself and does not allow any material impressions of
    • “Let a man withdraw himself ever so much within the realm of pure
    • the undeveloped man. When he acquires for himself the faculty of
    • empty when it rids itself of the contents of sense-perception. It was
    • experiences within himself to its full extent what Plato here implies,
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • “Learn to emancipate thyself from the senses by mathematics,
    • thyself an imperishable and eternal knowledge when thou learnest to
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • render it possible for us to calculate with it; but in itself as such,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • Extension itself becomes the creation of the extensionless. Thus did
    • self-knowledge” the inner nature of our own spiritual
    • it does present itself as a good educational means. It teaches him to
    • effect a strict mental self-education where sense-perceptions are no
    • himself the transition from thought permeated with sense to thought
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    • That Shakespeare himself did not publish his plays was simply in
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    • Shakespeare himself did not publish his plays was simply in
    • simply asked himself: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
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    • Shakespeare himself did not publish his plays was simply in
    • simply asked himself: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
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    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • supposed to have originated from Manes himself. In the legend of
    • it, whereby it consumed itself. It now carried within itself the seed
    • designates himself as the Son, He it is who prepares the soul to
    • everything which has not come from out of the soul itself. ‘You
    • contrary, supports himself on the inner spiritual light of the soul.
    • in order that through itself the Darkness may be redeemed, in order
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • task of the Sixth Root Race is to draw Evil again into itself through
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
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    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • supposed to have originated from Manes himself. In the legend of
    • it, whereby it consumed itself. It now carried within itself the seed
    • designates himself as the Son, He it is who prepares the soul to
    • everything which has not come from out of the soul itself. ‘You
    • contrary, supports himself on the inner spiritual light of the soul.
    • in order that through itself the Darkness may be redeemed, in order
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • task of the Sixth Root Race is to draw Evil again into itself through
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
  • Title: Man as a Being: Introduction
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    • yourself. If you drink an acid, and thus call into play your sense of
    • from that sphere in man which is in itself objective, from that sphere
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    • thereafter establishes itself firmly, applying reason ever more and
    • has to say about warmth, he did not find out for himself, but it has
    • to life, one cannot live by it. Life itself gives the lie to such an
    • something else — well, that is self-evident, there is no need to
    • myself. For instance, when a respectable newspaper in Wurttemburg
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    • speaking about the being of man himself or of his relationship to the
    • nature itself. To do this one needs an opportunity of watching how the
    • expresses itself quite differently in the very little child from the
    • way it expresses itself from the ages of six, seven or eight onwards.
    • extricates itself from those conditions. And if you look at the
    • confirmation of them in life itself. He will then find that it is from
    • aware of our head. The truth is that our head effaces itself in our
    • inward phenomenon, but confine yourself to what is external, you might
    • good imprint of itself on the brain. It certainly has had time during
    • metabolism, cannot portray itself in reflected images, as is possible
    • ideation, we have something of soul-life that can express itself
    • what shows itself later in more abstract intellectual form as the
    • in the earliest years of childhood, then manifests itself in the inner
    • love, which shows itself on the one hand to be entirely bound
    • necessity in the world in which man himself is involved.
    • centuries allowed itself to become entangled in certain abstractions,
    • becoming, as the thing in us that itself counteracts natural
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    • moment of human evolution, appeared again so that Christ Jesus Himself could
    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • beloved dies in her youth. He is himself still young. What is he going to do
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • poetry his magic idealism. He would fain not let himself be touched by Earth
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    • moment of human evolution, appeared again so that Christ Jesus Himself could
    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • beloved dies in her youth. He is himself still young. What is he going to do
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • poetry his magic idealism. He would fain not let himself be touched by Earth
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    • South, this is not caused by the needle itself, but that the Earth as
    • an imprint of cosmic forces and the hen herself is only a place, an
    • being of soul could never descend if it had not itself worked at the
    • know this soul as if he himself were within it, After death knowledge
    • attained true control of himself, that he experiences the rising of
    • ask: How do I approach the dead so that he experiences me in himself?
    • the heart, of inner interest. You must remind yourself of your love
    • for the dead when he was alive, and address yourself to him not
    • together with him, and then ask yourself: What was it that
    • it helpful and valuable? If you remind yourself of moments when you
    • sleep, it would seem to us as though the dead himself were speaking
    • grow strong to bear it, not let oneself be talked out of it. In regard
    • are dying in their youth, to be able to say to oneself: They are
    • from the spiritual world itself. Do not, therefore, be afraid of
    • think and speak about it comes from the spiritual world itself.
    • The dead are in our midst — this sentence is in itself an
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    • South, this is not caused by the needle itself, but that the Earth as
    • an imprint of cosmic forces and the hen herself is only a place, an
    • being of soul could never descend if it had not itself worked at the
    • know this soul as if he himself were within it, After death knowledge
    • attained true control of himself, that he experiences the rising of
    • ask: How do I approach the dead so that he experiences me in himself?
    • the heart, of inner interest. You must remind yourself of your love
    • for the dead when he was alive, and address yourself to him not
    • together with him, and then ask yourself: What was it that
    • it helpful and valuable? If you remind yourself of moments when you
    • sleep, it would seem to us as though the dead himself were speaking
    • grow strong to bear it, not let oneself be talked out of it. In regard
    • are dying in their youth, to be able to say to oneself: They are
    • from the spiritual world itself. Do not, therefore, be afraid of
    • think and speak about it comes from the spiritual world itself.
    • The dead are in our midst — this sentence is in itself an
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    • made use of the expression, “O man, know thyself!”
    • or less mysterious forces produced by the earth itself. Something
    • personality; he felt himself more as a Spartan or as an Athenian, than
    • In ancient Rome man learned to regard himself as an individual, he
    • town, but as a Roman citizen; that is to say he felt himself placed
    • felt himself primarily as a Spartan or as an Athenian. What was the
    • physical plane. The Greek looked primarily not to himself, but to
    • something above him, the Roman looked primarily to himself. It was he
    • down into humanity. This was the time when the Divinity Itself could
    • physical plane. To whom did this voice belong which could make itself
    • itself takes care that the soul shall return again and again to new
    • weans himself from what is earthly) he is still chained by certain
    • physical form, which has adapted itself to coarser, denser forces. Now
    • the disposal of the child, in order that the spirit can express itself
    • need be no human being anywhere near it, nor in the temple itself, and
    • temple is a whole; it is complete in itself, because it has a form
    • The Greek temple is the body of God; it is complete in itself. The
    • this as a reality; he cannot raise himself to that which is spiritual.
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    • discord. This was only possible when the self-consciousness of the
    • In the uplifting of the self to what was spiritual there was, in
    • put into a somnambulistic condition; self-consciousness will be fully
    • case of a person who occupies himself much with mathematical ideas
    • does not occupy himself with such things. This fact indicates the
    • applying himself to mathematics and one who does not. Suppose two
    • his like from himself through external influences which lay in the
    • herself in the health of man from the Spiritual World so said the
    • again attain, when it steeps itself anew in Spiritual Wisdom.
    • sexless self-propagating human forms was perceived as a masculine
    • and the time begins when his self-conscious “I” dwells
    • all-invigorating forces separated itself from the forces of darkness.
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    • self-conscious ego. With animals it is quite different; the ego of
    • fingers but not myself, and without much deep thought you say that
    • picture this diagrammatically, but must accustom oneself to picture
    • The next question that naturally presents itself is: How is it with
    • is a centre in himself, a “man-centre.” Plants form a wider
    • himself. Down to everyday details such as these we can trace the
    • development come to pass? Through working continually upon himself.
    • principle we call Manas, or Spirit-Self. It is nothing but the astral
    • looks up to his higher self, whom he must come to resemble more and
    • As man works further upon himself he will transform the etheric body
    • independent of such communities, yet that manifests itself
  • 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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    • here one has forgotten oneself! In this experiment, if there is no
    • he only then began to feel himself as a separate being; with this came
  • 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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    • not forced to regulate himself according to his environment, he has
    • oven without external limits, but which limited itself: you would have
    • 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
    • mineral stage. Upon the Sun he raised himself to the vegetable stage,
    • worked himself upward on the Moon to a condition when he was the
    • leave the study of the further development of the Moon itself. We must
    • served by a being belonging to himself. This legend has its origin
    • which rose within himself (much as is now the case in dreams); a
    • oneself to see the limitations of questions.
    • Imagine that one of the Spirits of Form united himself to the Moon as
    • as a darker God, thus limiting Himself to the period between birth and
  • 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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    • astral body within himself could the Spirits of Form give him what we
    • himself. This was actually possible at the time with which we are
    • learned to distinguish himself from other objects; for he only then
    • the astral body was to be gradually transformed and the Spirit-Self
    • assist man in the formation of the Spirit-Self, consequently they
    • self-consciousness. Man would have been tied to leading strings up
    • consequently now to mature by himself, so that he might later be able
    • matured, so that he could receive into himself the motives and
    • within itself; it hardened in the blood which is the expression of the
    • Spirit-Self. Those who (to speak symbolically) are thus hardened as
    • backwards over the course of his evolution he said to himself: I look
    • softness and pliability. He then observed himself; he saw that in
    • the other hand, the forces belonging to the type of the Greek himself
  • 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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    • kind of feeling of personality, no feeling of selfhood, had as yet
    • come to man. As he had no consciousness of self, and as the human
    • shapes that are in a state of material self-metamorphosis.
    • absorbed into himself from his environment the forces which made him
    • atmosphere that stimulated the organ of self-consciousness. On the
    • connected all the inner forces by which man inflated himself and was
    • solid, definite shape, he has separated himself from the beings
    • the mighty cosmos and then at the earth itself. We have explained
    • itself, was when man received full power to assimilate not only the
    • Man himself continued to progress, and now passed on into the middle
    • matter, he may once more tear himself free and turn again to his
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • himself regarding these bodies existing in space, and today we shall
    • when the earth was itself still sun (if we may call it so), it passed
    • sun was then itself at the planetary stage of existence, and was
    • the sun had itself to become a body fitted for their habitation; it
    • If man fills himself ever more and more with the Christ-Principle, if
    • with the Christ, he will himself grow ever more Christ-like, and will
    • an object even when the object itself is gone, was his even on the
    • make himself more easily understood by them. Both the picture
    • consciousness the power to connect himself with other things
    • expressed in tones, and that one who can raise himself to Inspiration
    • consciousness; here a man sinks himself into beings, he identifies
    • himself with them. This leads him still further. Where does
    • earthly form, but that man will raise himself once more from ordinary
  • 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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    • human kingdom to which he himself belonged there were other kingdoms
    • around him he at the same time gained that form of self-consciousness
    • although he does not himself feel it, and is only acquainted with it
    • longer make himself so generally known as before. There were people in
    • tells how the hero united himself with the Valkyre during life, just
    • thyself any graven image or likeness of thy God.
    • had to free himself from the bonds of sense and get away from all
    • Himself from the Elohim in order, from the moon, to prepare for the
    • through the Prophets. Christ Himself indicates this in the Gospel of
    • feature. If one transports oneself into these ancient Mysteries one
    • image of Christ before Christ Himself descended, for man had to learn
    • plane, man made himself sufficiently mature to understand the God-man
  • 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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    • means a being who exists absolutely by himself; he is related in
    • Think only how man's consciousness, his self-consciousness, depends
    • self-consciousness, is immersed during the day in the world that
    • drew into the physical world gradually, nourishing himself spiritually
    • highest, Archangels, and only when man had prepared himself in this
    • itself become an Osiris. The soul in this way actually experienced its
    • world, the more he had to content himself with the vision of lower
    • Mysteries. He united himself with high Initiates, and it became more
    • that time he had turned to self-spiritualization.
    • because of their individual self-consciousness and feeling for
    • himself through a life of thirty years had he succeeded in so far
    • himself solid bony substance. Death came to him because of this, and
    • principles of man. The physical body corresponds to itself; the
    • more with blood, thus becoming ever more capable of devoting himself
    • power by which it might raise itself again out of the state into which
  • 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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    • itself as it is now, but was really led and guided in its development
    • in a passage written by himself and which fills us with awe when we
    • be left to itself, as it were, as regards scientific progress, and the
    • Thus we see how science, which devoted itself to material things, was
    • Another powerful impulse was, however, already making itself felt,
    • since the Lemurian epoch, but each stage of selfhood in this small
    • astonishing height, can never of itself comprehend reincarnation,
    • spirituality is intensified, and itself becomes a science, when it
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    • acquired — through the School itself or in an equivalent
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    • complete self-sacrifice, the responsibility was assumed as the task of
    • a life-time. The Theosophical Society cut itself off from this influx
    • humanity, and must learn to find within itself the central
    • can rise and unite himself once more with the Godhead. That this might
    • The personality had to come into being, it had to comprehend itself,
    • to take itself in hand and recognize itself as a centre, to confront
    • and then overcome itself, to learn to die, that it might realize
    • itself again as a free ego-being whose central point is the Divine
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    • the theme itself, but it will all lead us back to
    • comes to birth. It takes only a little self-knowledge
    • which man himself belongs? We must then reply: Man
    • is to know itself to be healthy.
    • could recognise within himself the response which
    • seeks to root itself directly in the Jesus-element
    • for himself, in absolute solitude and seclusion, a
    • he were left to himself he would incur the utmost of
    • God, and have exposed myself to the possibility of
    • severe exercises, picturing to himself in
    • Lucifer’ must first of all be imagined by itself,
    • Lucifer and makes Himself King of the whole earth —
    • sought to guard itself from any influence which
    • to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being
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    • the theme itself, but it will all lead us back to
    • comes to birth. It takes only a little self-knowledge
    • which man himself belongs? We must then reply: Man
    • is to know itself to be healthy.
    • could recognise within himself the response which
    • seeks to root itself directly in the Jesus-element
    • for himself, in absolute solitude and seclusion, a
    • he were left to himself he would incur the utmost of
    • God, and have exposed myself to the possibility of
    • severe exercises, picturing to himself in
    • Lucifer’ must first of all be imagined by itself,
    • Lucifer and makes Himself King of the whole earth —
    • sought to guard itself from any influence which
    • to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being
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    • Loss of the ability to orient oneself in reality and the helplessness
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    • architecture of the future. And if one tries to acquaint oneself with
    • self-knowledge difficult, for it is rooted in the soul in such a way
    • from the depths of the soul. The nearer one comes to self-knowledge,
    • he read all kinds of things for himself. Of course others do that,
    • showed himself to be a gifted person, with many ideas about what was
    • rooted in our times. He was Jewish, and early on he acquainted himself
    • constructed a very unique theory for himself. On the one hand, he saw
    • world's lack of understanding and asking himself how long it will be
    • living there for some days, he shot himself, exactly in accordance
    • company of his younger friends that he was going to shoot himself
    • twenty-three years old. He shot himself in the house in which
    • who set himself against his teachers as Weininger did and who read
    • entirely different. And it is a dubious trait to see oneself as a
    • died in order to shoot oneself there! Weininger exhibited many such
    • for man carries within himself everything that is out there. Thus I am
    • himself was not far enough advanced to be aware of this. He was not
    • would be called initiation. In other words, he himself was not aware
    • Instead of the person being able to separate himself from the astral
    • pressed into it. This now expresses itself in the brain, leading that
    • Why does this happen? What leads the astral body to thrust itself into
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    • live in an age when humanity has been called upon to restrict itself
    • expressed itself in their awareness of the passage from one Jubilee
    • — until one has understood the connection of reason itself to the
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    • that plays itself out more or less unconsciously. The unconscious life
    • the stars, creates an image of itself in waking human consciousness.
    • weighty and significant facts, one must free oneself from prejudice.
    • Therefore I said that this prejudice expresses itself more as a
    • the head; during the first seven years, the body imprints itself into
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    • so one always has to limit oneself to speaking only about particular
    • done within oneself; it involves an interaction between our two parts,
    • Botocudian in his attitude to the sense of beauty deprives himself
    • must say to myself: ‘Yes, here I have something expressed like in
    • Naturally, it is terribly easy to deceive oneself in this regard.
    • Now, if you will be entirely honest with yourself, there is a simple
    • ask yourself how moral you are in your sleep or in your dreams —
    • submerge himself consciously in his etheric body, the truth appears to
    • him as a thing that is already complete in itself. One of the
    • the subjective life. It manifests itself in the fact that the feeling
    • imprint itself on the physical body — in other words, on the
    • imprint itself so strongly on the I that its vibrations are able to
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    • aura of the head, the head itself, and the breast. In other words, in
    • Return to holy light man's self.
    • Return to holy light man's self.
    • little by little does one disentangle oneself from the implications of
    • yet one can ask oneself: Are things as they appear? Is it really true
    • that rule in the human depths. Self-knowledge would be much more
    • life. One must imagine someone who has laid himself down to rest after
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    • not yet been turned over to mankind itself. We are still living in an
    • counts oneself among these latter! But there is more than a little
    • should always say to himself: When you obtain knowledge, you remove it
    • reasons for this. Now, it needs to heal itself of materialism, and
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    • sense manifests itself indistinctly from within the human organism.
    • collaboration of all the bodily organs expresses itself through the
    • course you do not get inside the point. Instead, you prick yourself,
    • but with the internal movements I make when I move part of myself or
    • you perceive yourself in your state of balance.
    • The first sense to take you outside yourself is the sense of smell.
    • outside yourself. You do not experience much about the external world
    • can enter through the words and transpose myself directly into the
    • that enables you to feel another being as yourself and that makes it
    • possible to be aware of yourself while at one with another being. That
    • and the awareness of yourself. The difference is not just that in one
    • of self. With respect to this distinction, my deep love of material
    • through us. That life also differentiates itself within us. It does so
    • The sense of smell could not manifest itself — neither sight, nor
    • something outside oneself. Instead, the eye penetrated into the colour
    • vibrated with a tone, one experienced oneself getting inwardly cooler
    • region, provided a basis for earthly self-awareness. The fact that the
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    • anyone who has applied a little self-observation to the sense of
    • himself with a pen while working in his office. There is a slight
    • who scratches himself with his pen while he is writing and then dies
    • already present in his etheric body before he scratched himself.
    • had begun to accept into itself the processes that lead to death. But
    • taken up residence in him. He just happened to scratch himself while
    • itself. But through it, the thought that he was going to die was able
    • contemporaries. We could picture one of them asking himself, ‘Is
    • it to lose any fragment of itself, nor does it cause it to lose any of
    • really plagues himself with this; he really strains at the yoke:
    • complete. Then the hare himself appears, tail foremost, head facing
    • You can see how Schleich exerts himself. Now he goes further, saying:
    • Then he asks himself, ‘How it would feel to be confronted with
    • At this point he stops himself; he cannot go any deeper into the
    • backward world that contrived to manifest itself to him physically? He
    • in the year 1880 — I definitively separated myself from the
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    • understand it. The poem does manifest itself to the sense of speech,
    • the ancient traditions of the Mysteries. You will find yourself much
    • ‘I do not quite trust myself to directly approach concrete
    • aesthetic man lifts himself above the stream of development and enters
    • stream of earthly events. That is self-evident. And what lives in a
    • the impetus to lift itself out of the sphere of earth existence. Nor
    • Now you might ask yourself whether things were different in earlier
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    • Loss of the ability to orient oneself in reality and the helplessness
    • marked by the loss of a sense for how to orient oneself in reality,
    • himself by means of sensations.
    • occurrences are as they are. Humanity has devoted itself to this folly
    • become a part of the way he lives. Then one day he thinks to himself:
    • letters. So I must finally release myself from the insane notion that
    • himself that will enable him to pass a true judgement about reality.
    • There is nothing in man that, in and of itself, leads to the decision:
    • feeling that one is powerless to find any original, self-sufficient
    • in the more recent schools of thought. One must ask oneself,
    • self-sufficient criterion of truth and falsehood has been lost —
    • account. One said to oneself: Now, plants consist of the same things
    • element manifests itself in the mineral realm and the animal realm
    • want to found some sort of mere pragmatism, or to restrict himself to
    • that thinking has emancipated itself in a particular way Torn from
    • oneself from reality and lives in abstractions, the way back to
    • make itself felt. People are beginning to discover in themselves a
    • grasp one's own being with thinking that exists in itself, that takes
    • hold of itself without any dependence on anything external or on any
    • external resistance, that beholds itself within itself, that proceeds
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    • himself as an individuality. He can only do this if his experiences
    • enter physical existence. This expresses itself in the way we behave
    • allowing it to develop more or less of itself, or whether we are
    • Oh, one must protect oneself from Lucifer; let us cease requiring our
    • protect oneself from Lucifer and Ahriman by doing everything possible
    • protect himself from them is the one to whom they really do have
    • greater degree in the Atlantean period itself, and which I have
    • did not have to exert himself very much to develop his memory, for it
    • increasingly necessary to exert himself in order to acquire the power
    • itself without his needing to do anything further about it. Thereby
    • means for protecting oneself from the ahrimanic fall, the fall into
    • is supposed to keep his fingers off — if I may express myself
    • What would help would be to acquaint oneself with the impulses that
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    • preserved only within himself, due to the forces of resistance in his
    • written into himself is true in so far as certain contents are
    • produced by a person out of himself can be corrected later. But if you
    • oneself. ‘Yes, I must feel a terrifying responsibility towards
    • itself, on the one side, untruths are spoken, whether directly out of
    • our heads, this article was itself the most false thing of all! In
    • undesirable and that one needs to immerse oneself in things and to
    • even the world itself could not contain the books that should be
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    • of our day. But that is how matters stand: what calls itself science
    • Now we have also spoken of how the head itself is actually a
    • herself beautiful. She must appear beautiful to herself so that she
    • can become the being who finds herself essentially beautiful and whose
    • herself beautiful and could bring about the Temptation. In order for
    • course, does not bother himself with such insignificant cases. But
    • can link himself to Ahriman so as to be able to convince people of
    • Ahriman never concerns himself with whether or not an idea agrees with
    • Lucifer's domain. And one can protect oneself from luciferic
    • stream has allied itself with ahrimanic streams. One brings about a
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    • I is a direct reality, a self-sufficient truth that we arrive at
    • others' thoughts. Think of yourself, not with regard to your form, but
    • when a person himself speaks involves a much smaller portion of the
    • through the whole manner in which one human being presents himself to
    • And, since I look just like them, I apply this conclusion to myself
    • experience oneself as belonging to the whole of the world is
    • extends itself and comes into contact with the surface created by the
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    • of itself, because of its natural structure, to remain in balance.
    • luciferic influence manifests itself immediately and powerfully during
    • should only be able to reproduce himself. And we must reproduce
    • case, to what is active within the human being himself. It is not
    • both impulses. This manner of submerging oneself in the world is one
    • knowledge, one must accustom oneself to some paradoxes.
    • Himself in many colours doth array.
    • itself and, for this, forces that emanate from the Moon are required:
    • Himself in many colours doth array.
    • Himself in many colours doth array.
    • reality but is not in itself real. I have frequently attempted to
    • one can prove for oneself that these are not merely words, merely
    • expressed in such verses, it was still possible to experience oneself
    • mankind creates a spectacle of concepts for itself. The concepts are
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    • knows how he himself must work in preparation for them to take place.
    • Jesus Himself, we clearly realize that the division of chronology into
    • was the living spirit, the living Word, the Logos Himself.
    • Baptist, the Spirit united itself with the body of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • reaches back to David, to Abraham, to Adam, and even to God Himself.
    • of Jesus of Nazareth back to Abraham to whom God revealed Himself.
    • Jesus and the holiest, most essential element in man himself. There
    • self. They, however, who know how a spiritual world may be attained,
    • When a man looks within himself, he finally comes to the conclusion
    • that what he finds in his inner self is the being of which he speaks
    • self. To every other being we are ‘thou’. This fact in itself enables
    • and around himself. But to this we must add something which the
    • themselves: ‘The self of which I have known hitherto partakes of the
    • outer world and passes away with it. But a second self slumbers in me
    • — a self of which men are not aware [but can become aware],
    • united with the eternal, as the first self with the transitory and the
    • They knew that this birth of the higher self which can look down upon
    • the lower self as a man looks upon the outer world — this event,
    • St. Luke's Gospel? He could say to himself: the genealogy of Jesus of
    • its supreme form as the Logos Himself. The God who was as though
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    • what he himself is able to read in the Akashic records. Then,
    • himself with the spirit of Goethe. He put himself the question: Goethe
    • as a part of divine, spiritual beings. Himself a being, man is born
    • important: the birth of the higher, spiritual self; we also spoke of
    • to develop himself in this way. His goal is the birth of his higher
    • self; however he reaches only a subordinate stage. He dies — and
    • knowledge, will of itself afford experiences which are the apparent
    • succeeding incarnation, life of itself brings a recapitulation of the
    • himself now reappears, so that he now again stands where he formerly
    • of his higher self or has just reached this stage, we may imagine that
    • later period of his life to receive into himself the
    • all that I have. Henceforth I renounce my independent self! I give
    • myself up to be the bearer of the Christ! He shall dwell in me and
    • Himself in a personality upon Earth. However much they may differ in
    • form of a dove and united itself with Jesus of Nazareth — in that
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, as the new, the Higher Self. And that other
    • self, the self of the great initiate, had attained such greatness that
    • an individual so highly advanced that he can receive into himself this
    • Jesus of Nazareth had in every respect prepared himself for this great
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    • self-contained organism. We know that at night when he sleeps, man's
    • express itself alone; it is also the physical expression of the
    • physical body itself we have to distinguish a fourfold system, and
    • falls asleep, and morning, when he awakens, is a self-contradictory
    • were, without a scruple and turn them into a self-contradictory being.
    • these marvels will feel himself aesthetically and morally elevated
    • Moon.’ The Bull-spirit said to himself: ‘I must care for the bull-men;
    • detached itself and again the more advanced beings who required a
    • standstill: our present Moon detached itself from the common cosmic
    • prevented when the Moon detached itself and went out into cosmic
    • said to yourself: ‘All around me is a waste; everything on Earth seems
    • would have watched how the body of the Moon detached itself from the
    • plastic, and you then might have said to yourself: ‘Everything has
    • Tomorrow we shall consider the picture that presents itself to the eye
    • enabling man to absorb into himself the astral element which had
    • on the Sun and united itself to the first bodily form, he calls Life;
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    • man himself fills and provides for his physical and etheric bodies,
    • even if he gives forth all that he has gradually taken to himself. On
    • astral being withdraws and unites itself with the life of the Sun. We
    • Earth in spring, and incarnates itself, if not IN this plant-body, at
    • then one drop detaches itself, followed by a second and a third —
    • teacher would bring himself to say: ‘Just as I stand here and turn the
    • be fulfilled on the planets named. Then the Sun detached itself, with
    • which it incarnates, and makes it a physical image of itself. Hence
    • who had waited longest received into himself the Christ. At the
    • as Vishva Karman. How must Vishva Karman have spoken of himself
    • said, had he spoken of himself? ‘I am the light of the world!’ What
    • ready to receive Him into himself? He who was once in universal space,
    • When the divine Being Himself had made His dwelling within a human
    • truest characterization of Himself by the guiding Cosmic Deity. It
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    • it could perfectly adapt itself to the etheric body. It was in this
    • but he could not say ‘I’ to himself; he could not distinguish himself
    • from his environment. He was without consciousness of himself. The
    • into himself his Ego in its embryonic state, and evolved until the
    • the feeling of self-dependence, and passion for the higher world would
    • mingled with whatever man had received into himself in the course of
    • become aglow for them; he could kindle within himself enthusiasm and
    • astral body. Man having now united himself with the sensible world,
    • Atlantean times sought, by purity of life and careful self-knowledge,
    • strength of character and thorough self-knowledge had enabled them to
    • lays stress upon his personal Ego, and seeks his being in himself
    • which thou canst find if thou remainest within thyself.’ Hence Christ
    • was none other than the name Christ applied to Himself. And if a
    • need not go back to Abraham; I find in myself the divine
    • an evil, he must look into his own soul and ask himself: ‘How comes it
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    • consciousness of himself to an increasing extent, and learnt more and
    • would-be leader had, above all things, to exercise self-knowledge and
    • those planets. Each soul saw the region corresponding to itself; but
    • the Sun itself, the high Sun beings. Having descended from the various
    • himself without setting a note vibrating in the soul of those who were
    • itself, to his pupil. And now came the great cataclysm which swept
    • he was himself to behold the spiritual world. For this it was
    • that he had elaborated for himself in his astral body. For vision in
    • meditation, and of other exercises to develop self-possession, inner
    • it is the very purpose of evolution that man should accustom himself
    • All that man has won for himself flows out, as it were, into the world
    • he were not himself an initiate. Hence, when he passed through the
    • Impulse is that man should develop his Ego entirely within himself,
    • it was necessary that one should offer himself as a sacrifice in order
    • that the Christ-Spirit Himself should be received into a human body.
    • We have already shown that an initiate who had prepared himself
    • his life, to yield up his own Ego and receive into himself the
    • past life takes place when a person finds himself in peril of death,
    • which was now approaching the Earth. He who had proclaimed Himself to
    • self-consciousness through the influence of Lucifer, man had become
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    • Moses, had united Himself with the Earth. The old spiritual world out
    • Deity Jehovah-Christ had united Himself with it. But now I know that
    • Again when a person is terrified, he seeks to protect himself against
    • being. The Ego, desiring to fortify itself, draws the blood back to
    • other opens himself to what we may call the will to spiritual
    • nature and cultivate that part of himself which is not inherited, will
    • reveal itself all the more certainly in their health and strength in
    • egoist; he desires everything for his own selfish ends. But if he
    • all succeeding incarnations. Now we see that when a man gives himself
    • examine the anthroposophical conception of the world itself.
    • it; how the Earth itself has undergone transformations, having passed
    • — upon Christ Himself. The teachings of reincarnation, of the
    • circulation and express itself in a special circulatory movement of
    • himself in the events which occurred at that time, through the life of
    • him; when the whole power of these events communicates itself even to
    • evolution — through fire, an inner fire which expresses itself in
    • the spiritual world. But when man opens himself to the power of the
    • himself, apart from the documents. But when he finds again in the
    • Jesus Himself. For this reason the Gospel of St. John is a most
    • Gospel of St. John was initiated by Christ Jesus Himself. By virtue of
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    • having worked through the person of Jesus of Nazareth, united itself
    • learn from the Gospel itself that Christ had associated with Lazarus
    • but that, in his case, the condition came of itself, under the
    • advanced, that he offered up his own Ego and received into himself
    • Ego. It was a pure vessel, and could take into itself, at the baptism
    • history of Jesus of Nazareth before the sacrifice of himself to the
    • God Himself. Another contradiction could then be found in the fact
    • joined itself to the individuality which lived in it for thirty years.
    • Ahura Mazdao — that imprinted itself upon the astral body. Into
    • intelligible to us when we know that Christ Himself spoke through an
    • ‘Man-spirit’. He could say to himself: ‘The true Lord of the spiritual
    • Christ into himself. They were chiefly concerned with the question,
    • disquisition of Goethe. He first devoted himself to the preparatory
    • as he himself knew it. Matthew describes it in the manner of one who
    • initiation. He said to himself: ‘In the individuality who was in the
    • Himself. He could therefore give his work something which contained in
    • agree on the following points: that the Christ-Being Himself descended
    • Paul said to himself: ‘As a seer, I can be convinced that in him who
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    • us glance at the Gospel of St. John itself, and describe that
    • its historical truth, will reveal itself to us, when studied in the
    • am.’ The consciousness of himself (self-consciousness) was a faculty
    • then he acquired, little by little, a consciousness of himself and of
    • united with self-consciousness. Thus the path of humanity leads from a
    • consciousness, and ascends to self-conscious seership.
    • self-evident that the Christ-Being, having entered the body of Jesus
    • community itself; but it was quite possible for Him to do so in
    • Himself especially called, by virtue of His impulse?
    • personal self, which is confined within the limits of birth and death,
    • express himself as follows, not merely allegorically, but as a fact:
    • I can remember, depends upon my feeling myself a member of a great
    • hand. In the same way I am bereft of significance unless I feel myself
    • myself entirely contained by it, I conquer my temporal, transitory
    • Father Abraham down to myself!’
    • faith which He Himself needed, so that His power should pass from His
    • to man an Ego-consciousness which could say: In myself I find the
    • miracle itself. Were I to develop all the details, word for word, as
    • water none the less!’ A reasonable man must say to himself that the
    • is that Being who has approached the Earth and allied Himself with the
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    • Baptism by John this threefold bodily sheath received into itself that
    • by John this individual Being united Himself with a human body and
    • myself!’ For this is the rendering of the words. That mighty changes
    • over the bony structure itself. As a result, there once lived on earth
    • else as well. When Christ united Himself with the bodily sheath of
    • detaches itself from the physical. This is an unquestionable
    • the waters’ at the beginning of our earthly evolution, to unite itself
    • individual Ego expresses itself in the blood of individual man. Such
    • folk-blood. One who thus felt himself united with the whole blood of
    • folk-soul; and we have seen that the folk-soul expresses itself in the
    • Himself that spiritual force which works in the whole body of the
    • Himself! Do not therefore ask: ‘Does Christ then need to develop?’ Of
    • Nazareth. Note well: Christ Himself does not become changed by the
    • who exalt selfishness and who dishonour the Temple by selling all
    • He work, pouring His forces into the souls of others! And He Himself
    • Cana He showed Himself to be one with the forces which are at work in
    • individuality in him manifested itself in its works; he was to recover
    • myself. I have power to lay it down. ... If I do not the works of my
    • no longer speak of Himself as ‘I’ except in the sense of His union
    • into myself, that the Father may work in me, that the primal principle
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    • itself. Of course it is impossible, even in fourteen lectures, to
    • by the writer of the Gospel of St. John himself. He says that much
    • Man says to himself: Within me there lives an etheric body and in this
    • destined to establish himself upon his own Ego.
    • outer world. Whoever first combats what is to be combated in himself,
    • establish harmony within myself; my attitude towards my fellow-man
    • establishing harmony within himself, of harmonizing the antagonistic
    • man to establish harmony within himself between the paternal and
    • maternal elements. The failure to do so cannot but show itself in the
    • candidate was without self-consciousness during the three and a half
    • days of the initiation. His self-consciousness was extinguished, and
    • himself with the maternal element; in other words, he killed his
    • himself with his mother and killed his father.’ He became fatherless.
    • its horror, when man unites himself with his mother and kills his
    • to kill itself. Thus he was at first a benefactor to his country. He
    • as one who had himself destroyed his eyesight!
    • himself — between his own Ego (which contains the paternal
    • within himself harmony and concord between his Ego and the maternal
    • the maternal principle was established within the Ego itself. The time
    • (the Ego-principle) within himself and to bring it into true
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    • clairvoyance, but not as yet the faculty of clear, distinct self- or
    • learns to distinguish himself from outer objects. Let us picture to
    • present conditions, to distinguish between himself and his
    • himself. He knows that he no longer is and can be a whole human being,
    • them by the outer world itself. If it were possible for a man to watch
    • him than his own hand. he could reckon the air as belonging to himself
    • also perceived himself to be a part of the entire world around him. He
    • felt himself to be the member of an organism. He felt currents flowing
    • force himself out of their reach, he would cease to be a human being.
    • the spiritual world but could not distinguish himself as a being apart
    • from it, for he was without a strong Ego- or self-consciousness in the
    • self-consciousness or egoity, and this was precisely the task allotted
    • to develop his own feelings and his will — each for himself
    • when the etheric body drew into the physical body. It tore itself away
    • from these forces, but not completely; it began to cut itself adrift
    • occurred. Though it had wrested itself away from the action of its
    • of his father's fortune is left to him, and he earns nothing himself.
    • destitute. This was the position in which man found himself. He had
    • wrested himself from his Father-wisdom and, having added to it nothing
    • part of his capital, without having acquired this wisdom for himself;
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    • planet. The sun then detached itself from the universal body, leaving
    • Powers. This resulted in man's finding himself in a world of maya or
    • For a long period man found himself, and still finds himself to a
    • conclude that the form in which death presents itself to us is only
    • whence comes this outer physical world which presents itself to us as
    • divine Father-principle does not show itself in its true form; by
    • such as His, a groundless death, taken upon Himself by a Being without
    • death. Having yielded Himself up to death, He brought into human life
    • in the presence of death which does not extinguish life, but is itself
    • innocent death, was a contradiction in itself. Now what was actually
    • that he learned to distinguish himself from the spiritual world, and
    • spiritual hardening in selfishness and would have encountered the fate
    • condition of the earth was such that it could not of itself radiate
    • which has absorbed into itself the Christ-light? What is it that has
    • itself in the etheric bodies of men, as an effect of the Christ-light;
    • and which man gradually wins for himself through the influence of the
    • creative and to form a spiritual ring round itself which, in time to
    • Christ united Himself with death which has become, on earth, the
    • Father and unites Himself with the expression of the Father —
    • the characteristic expression of the Father and united Himself
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    • order that it may itself be the expression of the divine
    • itself. All previous forms of existence of our planet were of such a
    • Sun — contained within itself (hence within the bosom of the
    • spiritual Being. This Being, having borne within itself all creatures
    • them forth, spread as a carpet about itself. This was now an image of
    • inserted itself into all this, and Creation became, as it were, dimmed
    • He had to clothe himself in a material body of earthly, physical
    • man himself was still clothed in a soft substance; what is now human
    • when man himself was in a state comparable to sleep, he could say to
    • himself: ‘Now I am outside my body and in the sphere where the
    • self-consciousness. Then there were no longer such beings for man to
    • must name Lucifer so to insinuate himself into the human astral body,
    • physical matter, for here alone could man learn to address himself as
    • ‘I’ and develop his self-consciousness. Without the entanglement in
    • illusion or maya, man would never have learnt to address himself as
    • divine root; man would identify himself with his physical body and
    • gain his self-consciousness and human egoity. Were he to pass through
    • seed of a selfhood in eternity, in the spiritual world. But it is the
    • everlasting selfhood. The true form of death was presented to mankind
    • himself an Ego for eternity, and can advance into the future with his
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    • whether he himself could attend to them and quench their thirst for
    • becomes ill in any way, we discover that nature herself arranged such
    • here, nobody would say the table moved itself this way. It would be
    • convolutions by itself. Instead, I must think about what has actually
    • yourself that whereas all the others have a very artfully developed
    • Aries itself, of course. This constellation merely indicates the
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    • whether he himself could attend to them and quench their thirst for
    • becomes ill in any way, we discover that nature herself arranged such
    • here, nobody would say the table moved itself this way. It would be
    • convolutions by itself. Instead, I must think about what has actually
    • yourself that whereas all the others have a very artfully developed
    • Aries itself, of course. This constellation merely indicates the
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    • among the arts, and to art itself a quite special value in human life.
    • certain release for himself.
    • musical sound is a direct expression of the Will itself. The composer
    • unconsciousness. He then finds himself conscious in a world of which
    • light and colour; it first announces itself as a world of musical
    • which it is itself woven and they are its true home.
    • takes his model from the spiritual world. He has in himself the
    • the Spiritual Soul, which is linked with the Spirit-self, or Manas. In
    • itself on the wax, so the astral body imprints the devachanic rhythms
    • simplest souls are so receptive to music. A man then feels himself
    • himself: “Yes, you come from other worlds, and in music you can
    • music, lives in the pleasure of feeling himself in harmony with its
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    • among the arts, and to art itself a quite special value in human life.
    • certain release for himself.
    • musical sound is a direct expression of the Will itself. The composer
    • unconsciousness. He then finds himself conscious in a world of which
    • light and colour; it first announces itself as a world of musical
    • which it is itself woven and they are its true home.
    • takes his model from the spiritual world. He has in himself the
    • the Spiritual Soul, which is linked with the Spirit-self, or Manas. In
    • itself on the wax, so the astral body imprints the devachanic rhythms
    • simplest souls are so receptive to music. A man then feels himself
    • himself: “Yes, you come from other worlds, and in music you can
    • music, lives in the pleasure of feeling himself in harmony with its
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    • something different. That wears off, balances itself out. The youth
    • matter. There was not much in it: I went myself, and won my case in
    • himself.
    • I cannot let myself be told again tomorrow that I am unnecessary. As I
    • It is quite natural that this transition should present itself in two
    • place himself into the whole cosmos in a quite different way. For him
    • replaced by another, which arises from man himself and is experienced
    • in man himself. That is the endeavour of spiritual beings who have
    • spiritually, each one said to himself: “But I feel, all the same,
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    • something different. That wears off, balances itself out. The youth
    • matter. There was not much in it: I went myself, and won my case in
    • himself.
    • I cannot let myself be told again tomorrow that I am unnecessary. As I
    • It is quite natural that this transition should present itself in two
    • place himself into the whole cosmos in a quite different way. For him
    • replaced by another, which arises from man himself and is experienced
    • in man himself. That is the endeavour of spiritual beings who have
    • spiritually, each one said to himself: “But I feel, all the same,
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    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • relate himself to the world in the same way as during the Old Moon
    • described. But in some cases a man can shape himself in this other
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • art itself can be understood only if we realise that its task is to
    • reality. By itself it is no reality; it must be taken together with
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    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • relate himself to the world in the same way as during the Old Moon
    • described. But in some cases a man can shape himself in this other
    • Letters could not quite trust himself to reach the concrete
    • art itself can be understood only if we realise that its task is to
    • reality. By itself it is no reality; it must be taken together with
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    • self-education of man, which he regarded as a necessity of his time.
    • rather that by work upon himself, by self-education, man should reach
    • influence of rational necessity. Man can commit himself to follow
    • terribly abstract if he gave himself up to rational necessity. He must
    • learn what he is to create from the material itself, and from the
    • had wanted to become more personal: On Goethe and Myself. For Goethe
    • describing Goethe and himself.
    • said to himself: A lot of people go in for philosophising, and that is
    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • should the social order develop?”, he looks at man himself. He
    • endeavours to achieve self-education. Only the social structure in
    • self-education is expected to come through alterations in outer
    • Schiller or Goethe could not have believed that through self-education
    • able to feel in man himself the universally human qualities that
    • spiritual descriptions of the best self-education could be written
    • way. Today he concentrates everything upon a single power in himself,
    • because he has to stand entirely on the single point of his own self
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    • self-education of man, which he regarded as a necessity of his time.
    • rather that by work upon himself, by self-education, man should reach
    • influence of rational necessity. Man can commit himself to follow
    • terribly abstract if he gave himself up to rational necessity. He must
    • learn what he is to create from the material itself, and from the
    • had wanted to become more personal: On Goethe and Myself. For Goethe
    • describing Goethe and himself.
    • said to himself: A lot of people go in for philosophising, and that is
    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • should the social order develop?”, he looks at man himself. He
    • endeavours to achieve self-education. Only the social structure in
    • self-education is expected to come through alterations in outer
    • Schiller or Goethe could not have believed that through self-education
    • able to feel in man himself the universally human qualities that
    • spiritual descriptions of the best self-education could be written
    • way. Today he concentrates everything upon a single power in himself,
    • because he has to stand entirely on the single point of his own self
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • experience in yourself, but this experience is at the same time
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • infinite, but when it has spread itself out for a sufficient distance
    • himself in life, if you can feel what is in between the words he says
    • experienced by the man himself, takes place also as an absolutely
    • destiny that works itself out within the course of life is
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • recognised. Man will have to come to the point of knowing himself more
    • united Himself with the life of earthly humanity?’ People are not
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
    • out into the infinite, but swings back on itself — not indeed as
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • experience in yourself, but this experience is at the same time
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • infinite, but when it has spread itself out for a sufficient distance
    • himself in life, if you can feel what is in between the words he says
    • experienced by the man himself, takes place also as an absolutely
    • destiny that works itself out within the course of life is
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • recognised. Man will have to come to the point of knowing himself more
    • united Himself with the life of earthly humanity?’ People are not
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
    • out into the infinite, but swings back on itself — not indeed as
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    • particularly when he allows himself to be influenced by the claims of
    • ’ to himself, he experiences a force that is working within him,
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • originate in the metabolic processes itself. The Moon forces stream
    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
    • himself from them in the right way.
    • the heavens, but he must equip himself with forces which make him
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
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    • particularly when he allows himself to be influenced by the claims of
    • ’ to himself, he experiences a force that is working within him,
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • originate in the metabolic processes itself. The Moon forces stream
    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
    • himself from them in the right way.
    • the heavens, but he must equip himself with forces which make him
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
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    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • that man as he stands before himself in the physical world represents
    • man. Why then does not the ear itself change in this way? Why do not
    • dimensions of space. But the ear tears itself free from the three
    • Thus you can see in the form of man himself, how the transformation
    • being with the Beings of the Hierarchies. He actually forgets himself,
    • he is the Hierarchies himself. Nor would he ever become aware of
    • himself unless he were able, in turn, to extinguish this feeling of
    • the Hierarchies within him. Then, as it were, he goes out of himself,
    • but it is just in so doing that he finds himself. Here upon Earth we
    • the former case there remains behind, in the ear itself, a faithful
    • the physical aspect; but the eye itself was formed by the soul and
    • who places himself into the midst of the earthly. Moreover, we see
    • how he places himself into the midst of the earthly. He would
    • lie towards and within the mouth itself, we learn to speak and sing.
    • You hear some word, for instance Baum or Tree. You yourself can
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • you yourself with your etheric body — not with your physical but
    • yourself; and through the so-called Eustachian tube, which passes from
    • forth. Good and well! You say to yourself: science has made
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    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • that man as he stands before himself in the physical world represents
    • man. Why then does not the ear itself change in this way? Why do not
    • dimensions of space. But the ear tears itself free from the three
    • Thus you can see in the form of man himself, how the transformation
    • being with the Beings of the Hierarchies. He actually forgets himself,
    • he is the Hierarchies himself. Nor would he ever become aware of
    • himself unless he were able, in turn, to extinguish this feeling of
    • the Hierarchies within him. Then, as it were, he goes out of himself,
    • but it is just in so doing that he finds himself. Here upon Earth we
    • the former case there remains behind, in the ear itself, a faithful
    • the physical aspect; but the eye itself was formed by the soul and
    • who places himself into the midst of the earthly. Moreover, we see
    • how he places himself into the midst of the earthly. He would
    • lie towards and within the mouth itself, we learn to speak and sing.
    • You hear some word, for instance Baum or Tree. You yourself can
    • express in the simple word Tree. Again, you yourself can say the word.
    • you yourself with your etheric body — not with your physical but
    • yourself; and through the so-called Eustachian tube, which passes from
    • forth. Good and well! You say to yourself: science has made
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    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • self-occupied in this way is during the ages between 14, 15 and 21
    • best remedy for the overcoming of pain is to bring yourself, if you
    • towards self-preoccupation, unless we are sufficiently directed away
    • fool of yourself ...
    • inwardly, the teacher must be capable of doing this himself, so that
    • of him.” Those are the latent inadequacies, the self-exposures
    • itself. If we have children of six or seven, then the course is
    • It is important for oneself as a teacher to exercise a certain amount
    • of self-observation and not give in to any illusions; for it is fatal
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
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    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • self-occupied in this way is during the ages between 14, 15 and 21
    • best remedy for the overcoming of pain is to bring yourself, if you
    • towards self-preoccupation, unless we are sufficiently directed away
    • fool of yourself ...
    • inwardly, the teacher must be capable of doing this himself, so that
    • of him.” Those are the latent inadequacies, the self-exposures
    • itself. If we have children of six or seven, then the course is
    • It is important for oneself as a teacher to exercise a certain amount
    • of self-observation and not give in to any illusions; for it is fatal
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
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    • kinds of exercises are necessary for self-development, and such exercises
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • a house; he does not build this house for himself, but undertakes the task
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • and is cultivated as tradition. Selfless activity is, in very truth,
    • objectively and selflessly.
    • atom itself has undergone change as a result of having once been in a
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • who have been deeply imbued with this knowledge, have been so selfless that
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • this may be an unselfish deed; but only to the extent that it was
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • — and very few deeds are selfless to this degree. An act of charity
    • comforting feeling. Charity very often springs from selfish motives. If a
    • for himself immortality. The rule is therefore clear and unambiguous: As
    • much as you yourself lay into the world, that much consciousness the world
    • will give back to you. The measure of what you yourself place into the
    • for others, not for yourself. You can in very truth take into yourselves a
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
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    • kinds of exercises are necessary for self-development, and such exercises
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • a house; he does not build this house for himself, but undertakes the task
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • and is cultivated as tradition. Selfless activity is, in very truth,
    • objectively and selflessly.
    • atom itself has undergone change as a result of having once been in a
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • who have been deeply imbued with this knowledge, have been so selfless that
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • this may be an unselfish deed; but only to the extent that it was
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • — and very few deeds are selfless to this degree. An act of charity
    • comforting feeling. Charity very often springs from selfish motives. If a
    • for himself immortality. The rule is therefore clear and unambiguous: As
    • much as you yourself lay into the world, that much consciousness the world
    • will give back to you. The measure of what you yourself place into the
    • for others, not for yourself. You can in very truth take into yourselves a
    • such. To do something for the higher self does not partake of egoism
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    • demanded by this school, either through the school itself or in a
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    • connected with the lecture itself. Pardon me for speaking of my own
    • Society itself an instrument.
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    • One could, perhaps, if I may thus express myself, demur against the
    • awakening, when he immerses himself with his ego and his astral body
    • manifests itself to the higher, supersensuous knowledge, is that,
    • feel himself poured out into an etheric realm. He would feel himself
    • would sense or observe his body as some object outside of himself. If
    • the reason that the human being must first prepare himself to have
    • being many souls and consequently think that he had lost himself.
    • images of souls, represents something in which he has lost himself. In
    • the human being can now appropriate inwardly to himself as a feeling,
    • himself one with the deed which was accomplished for mankind by the
    • constitute his inner self. For we must find our way, even though we
    • experiences his own soul-spiritual inner self as a facsimile of the
    • the physical body, their inner self is filled with facsimiles of the
    • conscious again of its inner self only when the Gods withdraw and only
    • human being feels himself as a self-existent being. And that which now
    • one with them. When we spoke of our inner self we were really speaking
    • of the cosmos — but the cosmos itself consisted of Beings, Beings
    • may happen that he exposes himself to a decisive new moon in order to
    • may still, for one reason or another, decide to expose himself to the
    • cycle, the phase of the full moon. He then fills himself with lunar
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    • conscious of the cold in her bodily self, sinks into a sleep
    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • thyself — a spiritually free being — above thy
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • let only selflessness come to expression; thus thou becomest
    • veritably made itself manifest only on one plane, moving only
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form —
    • thou must merge thyself in me and become one with
    • the figure had an extension on only one plane, she herself
    • and could now itself pour out a talent into the souls of men
    • by reason of that which it had taken up into itself. By the
    • canst accomplish by joining thyself to me and becoming one
    • unite herself with this spirit being. Thereupon the spirit
    • “Thou must unite thyself with me! Thou must dare to
    • unite thyself with me! Then wilt thou be able to kindle in
    • into the soul of man himself. For that into which the soul of
    • thou thyself possessest the painter's gift for visualizing
    • figure from the realm of the Cherubim freed itself from the
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    • conscious of the cold in her bodily self, sinks into a sleep
    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • thyself — a spiritually free being — above thy
    • thyself with physical matter, thou hast been enabled to set
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • let only selflessness come to expression; thus thou becomest
    • veritably made itself manifest only on one plane, moving only
    • thyself a part of mine own being. Thou must abandon all human
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form —
    • thou must merge thyself in me and become one with
    • the figure had an extension on only one plane, she herself
    • and could now itself pour out a talent into the souls of men
    • by reason of that which it had taken up into itself. By the
    • canst accomplish by joining thyself to me and becoming one
    • unite herself with this spirit being. Thereupon the spirit
    • “Thou must unite thyself with me! Thou must dare to
    • unite thyself with me! Then wilt thou be able to kindle in
    • into the soul of man himself. For that into which the soul of
    • thou thyself possessest the painter's gift for visualizing
    • figure from the realm of the Cherubim freed itself from the
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    • Life could not manifest outwardly or present itself in the world if it
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • life was breathed by a Creator of worlds. This is what Darwin himself
    • form, and he himself feels that it is impossible to penetrate into
    • itself but upon the forms in which it manifests. How life comes to
    • the same. Their attention is focused, not upon life itself, but upon
    • with his inmost spirit. They study external life as it presents itself
    • soul present itself to us in the tightly knit forms of society and
    • he is able to understand life even when it seems to annihilate itself
    • expression of the life of soul; the soul, when it is itself sick,
    • the rediscovery of the self in the great primal Spirit of the world.
    • forms of life. But Darwin himself declared that he was not able
    • but knows nothing about the operations of life itself. It despairs of
    • assumes that he knows all that presents itself to him in space and
    • himself as an animal seems rather more knowable, animals and plants
    • brain. Only he cannot grasp how life itself comes into being, for what
    • believe that it is impossible to grasp the reality of life itself do
    • into the outer form? Tolstoy asks himself: How do I, how do other men
    • individual has to lend himself to the common weal, to be a member of
    • well-being and happiness is the life itself in the most manifold
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    • Life could not manifest outwardly or present itself in the world if it
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • life was breathed by a Creator of worlds. This is what Darwin himself
    • form, and he himself feels that it is impossible to penetrate into
    • itself but upon the forms in which it manifests. How life comes to
    • the same. Their attention is focused, not upon life itself, but upon
    • with his inmost spirit. They study external life as it presents itself
    • soul present itself to us in the tightly knit forms of society and
    • he is able to understand life even when it seems to annihilate itself
    • expression of the life of soul; the soul, when it is itself sick,
    • the rediscovery of the self in the great primal Spirit of the world.
    • forms of life. But Darwin himself declared that he was not able
    • but knows nothing about the operations of life itself. It despairs of
    • assumes that he knows all that presents itself to him in space and
    • himself as an animal seems rather more knowable, animals and plants
    • brain. Only he cannot grasp how life itself comes into being, for what
    • believe that it is impossible to grasp the reality of life itself do
    • into the outer form? Tolstoy asks himself: How do I, how do other men
    • individual has to lend himself to the common weal, to be a member of
    • well-being and happiness is the life itself in the most manifold
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    • itself, a world of its own still remains within it. This
    • itself. In contrast, we pointed out that modern spiritual
    • to burn ever more brilliantly of itself. Spiritual science,
    • carries within itself something of the past and, indeed, also
    • as everyone who observes himself would admit, a sort of
    • work itself out, urging us to set ourselves face to face with
    • feeling, something the soul does of itself. As it can, in
    • grows beyond itself. When, in looking back over the past, the
    • which it does not feel itself to be equal, we shall
    • flow into itself out of the stream of the past, it creates
    • within itself what we may call a devotion toward the divine.
    • If the soul surrenders itself in inmost calm to these
    • why it has failed so to form itself that it can approve of
    • overcome the feeling by asking itself clearly how it can make
    • truly part of itself what has lived unconsciously in all its
    • actions and experiences, how it can draw into itself this
    • raises itself even only a little above the immediate present.
    • that is losing itself in externalities collect itself in
    • just as mystic contemplation is itself preliminary to what we
    • withdrawal into itself, thus releasing it from the multiple
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    • itself, a world of its own still remains within it. This
    • itself. In contrast, we pointed out that modern spiritual
    • to burn ever more brilliantly of itself. Spiritual science,
    • carries within itself something of the past and, indeed, also
    • as everyone who observes himself would admit, a sort of
    • work itself out, urging us to set ourselves face to face with
    • feeling, something the soul does of itself. As it can, in
    • grows beyond itself. When, in looking back over the past, the
    • which it does not feel itself to be equal, we shall
    • flow into itself out of the stream of the past, it creates
    • within itself what we may call a devotion toward the divine.
    • If the soul surrenders itself in inmost calm to these
    • why it has failed so to form itself that it can approve of
    • overcome the feeling by asking itself clearly how it can make
    • truly part of itself what has lived unconsciously in all its
    • actions and experiences, how it can draw into itself this
    • raises itself even only a little above the immediate present.
    • that is losing itself in externalities collect itself in
    • just as mystic contemplation is itself preliminary to what we
    • withdrawal into itself, thus releasing it from the multiple
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    • was itself mixed with descendants of other races. The peoples of
    • Manu said to himself: peoples who know nothing of reincarnation will
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • who came from afar, not out of the home country itself. The
    • Christ is the inner, divine principle. He must pour Himself into the
    • Fathers, but John, the Initiator himself is our Teacher.” This
    • that man himself is born out of these constellations, in conformity
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
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    • was itself mixed with descendants of other races. The peoples of
    • Manu said to himself: peoples who know nothing of reincarnation will
    • complete, who felt himself entirely as personal man. The Greeks felt
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • who came from afar, not out of the home country itself. The
    • Christ is the inner, divine principle. He must pour Himself into the
    • Fathers, but John, the Initiator himself is our Teacher.” This
    • that man himself is born out of these constellations, in conformity
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
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    • sense of his own self-contained existence — distinct from the
    • side, he feels himself one with the Earth and with the whole Cosmos.
    • of the Spirit, man knows himself to be a Microcosm, a “little
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    • concerns itself with whatever it is in man that does not originate
    • acquainted himself with certain preparatory sciences, he passes on to
    • science herself has the co-operation of good Spirits. When, however,
    • be explained in and from itself. Even here we are led, perforce, to
    • applied to the being of man himself. This kind of observation has
    • then the Earth herself, Venus, Mercury, Moon — regarding the Moon
    • where Saturn itself is blotted out and we behold the “form”
    • itself into a figure of eight, a kind of lemniscate. Into this form
    • itself to us as the heavenly picture of what comes to expression in
    • world or substances from within the body itself — at these points
    • we must paint a form which attaches itself in some way to the channels
    • knowledge, and the better he has prepared himself — as he can
    • prepare himself — during earthly existence, the easier it will be
    • form and figure, he can look at himself in a mirror, or he can have
    • for himself or in regard to his fellowmen. After death he has to look
    • Earth and receives into itself earthly forces and substances. This
    • looked into a mirror or at a photograph of himself, is no longer
    • objectively. We know that it is our own self, and that we must
    • Anthropology. Supersensible man, who merely permeates himself with
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    • reveals itself to Imaginative perception in regard to this existence
    • been thus laid aside, something releases itself from these two
    • from without in the great Universe, the Sun shows itself as a
    • spirit-form, of course, — has himself already assumed the form of
    • speaking spiritually — in the Sun, he has himself become a
    • whole destiny of the man, the destiny he is undergoing and has himself
    • As time goes on, man becomes a part of the Cosmic Word itself. What at
    • first was all a blending of melodies, of harmonies, forms itself now
    • perceptible to divine and spiritual Beings — of what he himself
    • other and itself determining the connection there will be between them
    • were an expression of himself, were not alone a manifestation of him,
    • which is the real essence and self of the human being. The physical
    • and permeate himself with them.
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    • death and come into the super-sensible world, he reveals himself there
    • the Moon has become a dwelling place in itself for Spiritual Beings.
    • he sees himself and other human beings each with his physiognomy. He
    • in itself — as it were, soft and pliable. He draws near to the
    • other being, and at once tries to give himself a physiognomy similar
    • possible. Despite all his efforts he would continue to give himself
    • qualities were of like nature with himself in Earthly life. This is
    • impression: As those others are, so are you yourself; you can move
    • only among human beings who are like yourself! It is so, indeed. Man
    • does not see those who are different from himself; to begin with, he
    • which the Earth has rid herself; she has, as it were, put it out into
    • that he is seeing himself along with them, then he and they
    • yourself resemble the Ahrimanic forms! Once again is a stern judgement
    • also to the Earth itself; they want to hold it fast at a given point
    • only to the instincts of men, not to clear, self-conscious
    • Will becomes itself perception, becomes man's whole world of life. He
    • For he must form. and fashion himself in accordance with what he wants
    • within them from out of their will. Man sees himself in a
    • events that happened several centuries ago. You say to yourself:
    • existence. Earth life presented itself to you then as a
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    • part closely connected with himself. In the last lecture I told
    • nature to himself. I told you how he gradually changes his spirit-form
    • itself at all to expression in words. What we need is to feel —
    • itself; our form has undergone metamorphosis into what will become
    • a sound, by itself — they are expressing something which as pure
    • consonantal sound of “t” expresses a settling oneself down,
    • “d.” The whole experience is contained in the word itself.
    • the “population” of Mars — if I may so express myself.
    • becomes Cosmic Speech. At first he hears it; then he is himself
    • sojourn in the Saturn sphere he received into himself the planetary
    • between death and a new birth, he has good reason to say to himself:
    • You have no great cause to pride yourself upon your present condition;
    • substance from out of which, later on, the human Ego manifests itself.
    • memory of the whole planetary system. He has felt himself one with the
    • the Sun, he begins to shut himself off more as an individual being.
    • Macrocosm, through his macrocosmic spiritual heart, he feels himself
    • World-All are the circulation that now centres itself in this
    • from them. And just as the blood-stream on Earth centres itself in the
    • being feels himself living in very truth within the spiritual heart of
    • born on Earth, he has united himself with the line of generations
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    • has to be made to man to interest himself in knowledge concerning the
    • consciousness, cannot in itself afford him satisfaction. And for this
    • must renounce itself. It must be completely transparent if the
    • your physical being and this first super-sensible member begins itself
    • “catch” yourself at a stage that lies between ordinary
    • permeates it with the human soul itself, making this hard rocky
    • with the living soul of the Earth herself. The metallic ores tell us
    • to the wonderful story told by the metals, you say to yourself:
    • Earth herself. I have memories which are not my own personal memories;
    • memories of the Earth herself are sounding into my being, —
    • herself as she is to-day. I remember the time when the whole planetary
    • Earth, clothing himself in a physical, human body and partaking in the
    • themselves to him, precisely because he has prepared himself in this
    • the human being building and forming himself in the sense world. We
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    • the human soul must repeatedly unite itself, which must be
    • point of rousing himself out of sleep and returning to ordinary
    • music. Thus cosmic music does not reveal itself only as melody
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • essential being of the spiritual world itself. That is, we
    • This is connected with the Christ-force itself, not with belief
    • these things come about? Into the spiritual world itself there
    • death upon Himself, that is, assumed a human form in order to
    • opposite pole — to the man who, having freed himself from
    • death, having liberated himself from human bodily conditions,
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    • the human soul must repeatedly unite itself, which must be
    • point of rousing himself out of sleep and returning to ordinary
    • music. Thus cosmic music does not reveal itself only as melody
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • essential being of the spiritual world itself. That is, we
    • This is connected with the Christ-force itself, not with belief
    • these things come about? Into the spiritual world itself there
    • death upon Himself, that is, assumed a human form in order to
    • opposite pole — to the man who, having freed himself from
    • death, having liberated himself from human bodily conditions,
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    • place oneself over against the world in a technique of
    • learnt to know the concept itself as something, which is
    • whence comes this network of concepts itself? Here that can
    • shadow-picture of the hand you have the hand itself.
    • tried to make clear the self-constructiveness of the concept
    • inspection, the matter shows itself to be wholly different
    • as I relate myself in regard to the noise, as Spencer
    • the network of the concepts itself. That that takes place in
    • one terms all these self-mobile concepts, adapted to the two
    • justified in calling the sum of our self-mobile,
    • self-producing concepts ‘theory of categories’.
    • Hegel himself, of course, says this very thing: if one
    • itself of the Leipzig philosopher should (not) be constructed
    • the perusal of modern books, when one has trained oneself in
    • not got we find in the very dialectical method itself, when
    • it becomes clear that every concept contains in itself
    • something still more than the concept itself, as, to be sure,
    • the root contains the whole plant in itself which will yet
    • yourself confronting the external reality and contemplating
    • yourself. You contemplate, for example two men, one large and
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    • place oneself over against the world in a technique of
    • learnt to know the concept itself as something, which is
    • whence comes this network of concepts itself? Here that can
    • shadow-picture of the hand you have the hand itself.
    • tried to make clear the self-constructiveness of the concept
    • inspection, the matter shows itself to be wholly different
    • as I relate myself in regard to the noise, as Spencer
    • the network of the concepts itself. That that takes place in
    • one terms all these self-mobile concepts, adapted to the two
    • justified in calling the sum of our self-mobile,
    • self-producing concepts ‘theory of categories’.
    • Hegel himself, of course, says this very thing: if one
    • itself of the Leipzig philosopher should (not) be constructed
    • the perusal of modern books, when one has trained oneself in
    • not got we find in the very dialectical method itself, when
    • it becomes clear that every concept contains in itself
    • something still more than the concept itself, as, to be sure,
    • the root contains the whole plant in itself which will yet
    • yourself confronting the external reality and contemplating
    • yourself. You contemplate, for example two men, one large and
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    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • rooted in the very existence and being of man himself. They belong to
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • contained the human astral body itself. This activity shows
    • itself in the etheric body — it exists in the astral
    • after death. Then he feels himself in his astral body. But again it is
    • developed in cosmic realms, this region reveals itself as an
    • himself the equality of individual being has developed more and
    • knows about himself becomes more and more abstract. But behind
    • itself; increasingly rich in inner spirituality. Man lost the
    • in becoming a self-apprehending being himself. He must realize again
    • spoken by the particular Beings in self-revelation, this is the
    • the self-experience of the world of individual Spirits. And when we go
    • the Being of the Divine only if he develops himself more and more in
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    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • rooted in the very existence and being of man himself. They belong to
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • contained the human astral body itself. This activity shows
    • itself in the etheric body — it exists in the astral
    • after death. Then he feels himself in his astral body. But again it is
    • developed in cosmic realms, this region reveals itself as an
    • himself the equality of individual being has developed more and
    • knows about himself becomes more and more abstract. But behind
    • itself; increasingly rich in inner spirituality. Man lost the
    • in becoming a self-apprehending being himself. He must realize again
    • spoken by the particular Beings in self-revelation, this is the
    • the self-experience of the world of individual Spirits. And when we go
    • the Being of the Divine only if he develops himself more and more in
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    • added a higher being — the Spirit-Self which will manifest within him.
    • we look forward to the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man. But
    • Hierarchies, who will endow us with the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and
    • Spirit-Self.’ And instead of saying that we are in connection
    • Spirit-Self within us, as well as that of the Life-Spirit and
    • from time to time encounter our Spirit-Self. Our ego must meet that
    • higher Self, — the Spirit-Self which we have yet to develop, and
    • will enable us some day to take in a Spirit-Self. We must also meet
    • This genius is none other than the Spirit-Self in process of
    • where such things are understood, persons who are capable of selfless
    • himself and his own personal relation to another, but is filled with a
    • his Spirit-Self, with the Spirit-Self which is visible in the astral
    • with his Spirit-Self. When does this occur?
    • inner union with the Spirit-Self — that is, with the Spiritual
    • qualities from which the Spirit-Self will be extracted; he can have a
    • nightly meeting with the genius will become more and more self-evident
    • himself; but then his Spiritual nature is more freed, and he is more
    • himself up to the Spirit. He then passes, as it were, through a realm
    • goes through the first meeting, that of his ego with the Spirit-Self.
    • Jesus. For Christ Jesus reveals Himself through the Life-Spirit. He
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    • added a higher being — the Spirit-Self which will manifest within him.
    • we look forward to the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man. But
    • Hierarchies, who will endow us with the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and
    • Spirit-Self.’ And instead of saying that we are in connection
    • Spirit-Self within us, as well as that of the Life-Spirit and
    • from time to time encounter our Spirit-Self. Our ego must meet that
    • higher Self, — the Spirit-Self which we have yet to develop, and
    • will enable us some day to take in a Spirit-Self. We must also meet
    • This genius is none other than the Spirit-Self in process of
    • where such things are understood, persons who are capable of selfless
    • himself and his own personal relation to another, but is filled with a
    • his Spirit-Self, with the Spirit-Self which is visible in the astral
    • with his Spirit-Self. When does this occur?
    • inner union with the Spirit-Self — that is, with the Spiritual
    • qualities from which the Spirit-Self will be extracted; he can have a
    • nightly meeting with the genius will become more and more self-evident
    • himself; but then his Spiritual nature is more freed, and he is more
    • himself up to the Spirit. He then passes, as it were, through a realm
    • goes through the first meeting, that of his ego with the Spirit-Self.
    • Jesus. For Christ Jesus reveals Himself through the Life-Spirit. He
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    • itself for generations to come. May I urge readers to use the
    • mantram itself, to point out some of the central directions of
    • charted to the origin of the soul itself within the breast of the
    • despair. The Self may be experienced as a participant in eternal
    • mankind itself has its origin in the Divine Thought and is
    • tempests, and will know itself as a being of feeling which
    • heart's unsullied feeling, the union of the higher self with the I of
    • tendencies to lose oneself in the flood of excessive sentimentality
    • united Himself with earthly destiny, and He now moves horizontally
    • Thus, “Death itself shall die.”
    • soul may attune itself to the reception of universal thinking
    • creative intuition becomes possible. The soul recognizes itself
    • existence itself thereby will be ennobled.
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    • necessary to ask oneself whether one will be strong enough to endure
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • the beginning, for it has in the meantime incorporated in itself what
    • with regard to Theosophy itself?”
    • worlds himself, without having first been given any of the facts of
    • himself clairvoyant cannot convince himself of the facts as such
    • convincing oneself that what is acquired from super-sensible worlds can
    • penetrate into the spiritual world, also to occupy himself at the same
    • glimpse of them myself by means of clairvoyant vision.” — I
    • may yet be able to see nothing at all for himself, may not be in the
    • developed the faculties which are the faculties of the self, of the
    • in the former incarnations, the self-hood was not there! What, then,
    • is there for people to remember? A self-contained ego must be there in
    • thus: What is revealed from out of the higher worlds impresses itself
    • before you. It reveals itself out of the spiritual world. Let us say,
    • phenomena for himself. Let us imagine a third person as well as the
    • you have the full value in yourself of what has been communicated to
    • each according to his karma — to be able oneself to ascend into
    • arrogance in disguise begins to assert itself. There is indeed hardly
    • dangerous, because the clairvoyant does not as a rule consider himself
    • actually expresses itself in the simplification of the convolutions of
    • occupies itself with analysis. Hence the greater simplicity of the
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    • the beginning, for it has in the meantime incorporated in itself what
    • with regard to Theosophy itself?”
    • worlds himself, without having first been given any of the facts of
    • himself clairvoyant cannot convince himself of the facts as such
    • convincing oneself that what is acquired from super-sensible worlds can
    • penetrate into the spiritual world, also to occupy himself at the same
    • glimpse of them myself by means of clairvoyant vision.” — I
    • may yet be able to see nothing at all for himself, may not be in the
    • developed the faculties which are the faculties of the self, of the
    • in the former incarnations, the self-hood was not there! What, then,
    • is there for people to remember? A self-contained ego must be there in
    • thus: What is revealed from out of the higher worlds impresses itself
    • before you. It reveals itself out of the spiritual world. Let us say,
    • phenomena for himself. Let us imagine a third person as well as the
    • you have the full value in yourself of what has been communicated to
    • each according to his karma — to be able oneself to ascend into
    • arrogance in disguise begins to assert itself. There is indeed hardly
    • dangerous, because the clairvoyant does not as a rule consider himself
    • actually expresses itself in the simplification of the convolutions of
    • occupies itself with analysis. Hence the greater simplicity of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • the one who united in himself all the knowledge was known as the
    • mortality. But he who steeps himself with all that is bound up with
    • himself with Christ, will realise that just as the sun irradiates and
    • ancient Hebrew consciousness. The ancient Hebrew felt himself one with
    • his “Fathers.” He said to himself: ‘My Ego is enclosed
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • itself, albeit the ties of blood are not ignored — the Ego that
    • within himself will become a true seer.” But the world was not
    • sense. This is how he experienced it. — He asked himself:
    • purified astral body there rises the “Spirit-Self” or
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • Spirit-Self or Manas, his ether-body into Life-Spirit or Budhi and
    • Ego. Feeling does not immediately attach itself to a thought, but the
    • realises himself as king within the sacred Three. A man who is not
    • the three bodies. The Initiate says to himself: ‘I am king over
    • anything in the external world, but unite himself in the innermost
    • self-consciousness has entered wholly into the rose, whereas it
    • world-evolution itself is contained in the mystery-teachings of
    • human soul that rises above itself. — To enable the soul to find
    • as he fashions himself in its image.
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    • the one who united in himself all the knowledge was known as the
    • mortality. But he who steeps himself with all that is bound up with
    • himself with Christ, will realise that just as the sun irradiates and
    • ancient Hebrew consciousness. The ancient Hebrew felt himself one with
    • his “Fathers.” He said to himself: ‘My Ego is enclosed
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • itself, albeit the ties of blood are not ignored — the Ego that
    • within himself will become a true seer.” But the world was not
    • sense. This is how he experienced it. — He asked himself:
    • purified astral body there rises the “Spirit-Self” or
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • Spirit-Self or Manas, his ether-body into Life-Spirit or Budhi and
    • Ego. Feeling does not immediately attach itself to a thought, but the
    • realises himself as king within the sacred Three. A man who is not
    • the three bodies. The Initiate says to himself: ‘I am king over
    • anything in the external world, but unite himself in the innermost
    • self-consciousness has entered wholly into the rose, whereas it
    • world-evolution itself is contained in the mystery-teachings of
    • human soul that rises above itself. — To enable the soul to find
    • as he fashions himself in its image.
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    • case of theological research, faith limited itself to what it was thought
    • that book but through the tide itself. For the title was not ‘The
    • but when the disciple of the Mysteries applied it to himself it stood
    • capacities of knowledge. The question in those times resolved itself
    • has lived through what these disciples experienced can himself bear
    • something special for himself as a member of a small circle, but
    • himself and worked with his own powers, had remained an imperfect
    • for through that which man was to bring forth from himself.
    • almost unconquerable selfishness lying within the inner recesses of a
    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
    • selfishness. It was clearly understood that if the disciple evoked
    • consequently the Greek disciple of Mysticism first filled himself with
    • with the Universe itself in the Mithraic Mysteries; not only did the
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • disciple learned to recognize that man must always hold himself under
    • himself to the great cosmic phenomena, something streamed into his
    • from without nor Dionysos from within) was Himself a fusion of Mithra
    • either. The Greek thought of himself as a weak man who must develop
    • the sphere of the Divine; regarding himself as standing below Adam he
    • lived in the depths of human nature, he could unite himself with the
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    • case of theological research, faith limited itself to what it was thought
    • that book but through the tide itself. For the title was not ‘The
    • but when the disciple of the Mysteries applied it to himself it stood
    • capacities of knowledge. The question in those times resolved itself
    • has lived through what these disciples experienced can himself bear
    • something special for himself as a member of a small circle, but
    • himself and worked with his own powers, had remained an imperfect
    • for through that which man was to bring forth from himself.
    • almost unconquerable selfishness lying within the inner recesses of a
    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
    • selfishness. It was clearly understood that if the disciple evoked
    • consequently the Greek disciple of Mysticism first filled himself with
    • with the Universe itself in the Mithraic Mysteries; not only did the
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • disciple learned to recognize that man must always hold himself under
    • himself to the great cosmic phenomena, something streamed into his
    • from without nor Dionysos from within) was Himself a fusion of Mithra
    • either. The Greek thought of himself as a weak man who must develop
    • the sphere of the Divine; regarding himself as standing below Adam he
    • lived in the depths of human nature, he could unite himself with the
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    • that of the Universe, of the Cosmos itself. Our consideration of the
    • before taking on a material existence, where he felt himself among
    • man to-day — confining himself purely to his inner being, and
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • to rise into the spiritual world of itself, supported only by its own
    • of man had become ripe for ‘Self-Initiation,’ under the
    • history itself records, we see that whereas in earlier times the
    • remembrance, but where he could unite himself with a Being Who
    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • of his stock, felt himself one with his Father Abraham. Clearly now
    • even when the Godhead speaks of Himself, as “Ejeh asher ejeh”
    • innermost core of his soul he knows himself as the “I AM.”
    • one can discover within himself. The old Gods were Folk-Gods,
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • Spiritual that reveals itself behind sense phenomena. In a certain
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • which man finds himself in regard to the world is not the true one;
    • developed to a higher level, when he has released himself from the
    • higher level — in effect when man knows himself freed from the
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    • that of the Universe, of the Cosmos itself. Our consideration of the
    • before taking on a material existence, where he felt himself among
    • man to-day — confining himself purely to his inner being, and
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • to rise into the spiritual world of itself, supported only by its own
    • of man had become ripe for ‘Self-Initiation,’ under the
    • history itself records, we see that whereas in earlier times the
    • remembrance, but where he could unite himself with a Being Who
    • In this Ego there is revealed, in man himself, what he possesses in
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • of his stock, felt himself one with his Father Abraham. Clearly now
    • even when the Godhead speaks of Himself, as “Ejeh asher ejeh”
    • innermost core of his soul he knows himself as the “I AM.”
    • one can discover within himself. The old Gods were Folk-Gods,
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • Spiritual that reveals itself behind sense phenomena. In a certain
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • which man finds himself in regard to the world is not the true one;
    • developed to a higher level, when he has released himself from the
    • higher level — in effect when man knows himself freed from the
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • himself.’ Such an objection is so patent that even those who think as
    • just because the plant itself is not conscious of these laws? There is
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • set himself the task of bringing about this re-union in what he termed
    • asked himself: ‘Is this not evidence of a severance that has taken
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • if a musician must limit himself to tones. In Beethoven's Ninth
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • the image of one human being sacrificing himself for another.
    • sacrificing himself for another reminds us of the mysterious link that
    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
    • and became a self-contained being. When all men live in close
    • being was felt to lie within himself, and, when he met another
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • Man had built a ‘Ring’ around himself and the Ring changed
    • since he himself is now entering into the sphere of Ego-wisdom
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • himself.’ Such an objection is so patent that even those who think as
    • just because the plant itself is not conscious of these laws? There is
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • Wagner himself ever express this conviction? Most certainly he did!
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • set himself the task of bringing about this re-union in what he termed
    • asked himself: ‘Is this not evidence of a severance that has taken
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • if a musician must limit himself to tones. In Beethoven's Ninth
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • the image of one human being sacrificing himself for another.
    • sacrificing himself for another reminds us of the mysterious link that
    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
    • and became a self-contained being. When all men live in close
    • being was felt to lie within himself, and, when he met another
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • Man had built a ‘Ring’ around himself and the Ring changed
    • since he himself is now entering into the sphere of Ego-wisdom
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • evolution, had passed into an earthly body and linked Himself with the
    • Brentano had allowed himself to be influenced by this hatred and
    • the ideas, and this is at a lower level than the picture itself.
    • cycle, repeated visibly in the Sun, repeats itself every year. But the
    • the teachings of Ammonius Saccas — felt himself living in an
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • Lo! instead of a demon there appeared the Godhead Himself!
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • evolution, had passed into an earthly body and linked Himself with the
    • Brentano had allowed himself to be influenced by this hatred and
    • the ideas, and this is at a lower level than the picture itself.
    • cycle, repeated visibly in the Sun, repeats itself every year. But the
    • the teachings of Ammonius Saccas — felt himself living in an
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • Lo! instead of a demon there appeared the Godhead Himself!
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    • already been arranged during the preceding night between himself
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
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    • already been arranged during the preceding night between himself
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • body must adapt itself. If you take a very soft piece of rubber and
    • put it into a glass, it will adapt itself to the form of the glass
    • the etheric body must adapt itself to the physical body, without a
    • eliminate the forces to which the etheric body had to adapt itself;
    • As a philosopher might express himself, he bears it within him as a
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • detaches itself and becomes incorporated with the universal ether and
    • comrades have already been hung, while Dostojevski himself is
    • is a far more concrete thing. We may come across this in life itself
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    • body must adapt itself. If you take a very soft piece of rubber and
    • put it into a glass, it will adapt itself to the form of the glass
    • the etheric body must adapt itself to the physical body, without a
    • eliminate the forces to which the etheric body had to adapt itself;
    • As a philosopher might express himself, he bears it within him as a
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • detaches itself and becomes incorporated with the universal ether and
    • comrades have already been hung, while Dostojevski himself is
    • is a far more concrete thing. We may come across this in life itself
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    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • investigation of the Akasha Chronicle itself is not possible, we
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • something that is whole and perfect in itself; an infinitude is here
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • self-contained, solitary majesty as the dwelling-place of the God.
    • The Greek Temple is an infinitude in itself in that it is the
    • away human beings are from the temple itself, the truer is the effect
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • where the interior space itself reaches out to the mysteries of
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • raising himself upright — with the movements of his hands, his
    • to its interior. A human being in the act of raising himself upright
    • perfection, permeated by soul, an infinitude complete in itself. And
    • perfect in itself as the physical body of man permeated by soul. In
    • Temple which, in its self-contained perfection, is at the same time
    • himself upright — that is the prototype of the oriental temple.
    • mysterious world within himself but able to let the forces of this
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    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • investigation of the Akasha Chronicle itself is not possible, we
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • something that is whole and perfect in itself; an infinitude is here
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • self-contained, solitary majesty as the dwelling-place of the God.
    • The Greek Temple is an infinitude in itself in that it is the
    • away human beings are from the temple itself, the truer is the effect
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • where the interior space itself reaches out to the mysteries of
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • raising himself upright — with the movements of his hands, his
    • to its interior. A human being in the act of raising himself upright
    • perfection, permeated by soul, an infinitude complete in itself. And
    • perfect in itself as the physical body of man permeated by soul. In
    • Temple which, in its self-contained perfection, is at the same time
    • himself upright — that is the prototype of the oriental temple.
    • mysterious world within himself but able to let the forces of this
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    • from this embodiment for himself or experiencing anything here
    • in the world of special significance for himself, is called an
    • sprung from human evolution itself and an avatar. An avatar being
    • reaps no benefits for himself from his physical embodiments, or
    • from even one embodiment to which he may subject himself; he enters a
    • himself into it. Although he was not so exalted as certain other
    • history named Melchizedek. He took upon himself the etheric body of
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • that Papias himself had sat at the feet of the Apostles’
    • of Christianity itself. But we can also learn to see how, in these
    • himself to what the ego can observe, to what the physical sensory
    • So you see how Christianity has gradually prepared itself for what it
    • Christ Being into itself, thereby rising to ever higher stages of
    • and is now to be developed little by little up to spirit self, life
    • the Christian spirit self; the transformed etheric body will appear
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    • from this embodiment for himself or experiencing anything here
    • in the world of special significance for himself, is called an
    • sprung from human evolution itself and an avatar. An avatar being
    • reaps no benefits for himself from his physical embodiments, or
    • from even one embodiment to which he may subject himself; he enters a
    • himself into it. Although he was not so exalted as certain other
    • history named Melchizedek. He took upon himself the etheric body of
    • prove by means of such memories of physical life that Christ Himself
    • that Papias himself had sat at the feet of the Apostles’
    • of Christianity itself. But we can also learn to see how, in these
    • himself to what the ego can observe, to what the physical sensory
    • So you see how Christianity has gradually prepared itself for what it
    • Christ Being into itself, thereby rising to ever higher stages of
    • and is now to be developed little by little up to spirit self, life
    • the Christian spirit self; the transformed etheric body will appear
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • himself in cosmic pictures. Looking up to the stars, he saw them not
    • body.” Never did the man of ancient time unite himself so
    • within himself the power to overcome his sickness. Increasingly the
    • full self-consciousness of the “ I ” and inner spiritual
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • Palestine, and sanctified the Earth inasmuch as He Himself had dwelt
    • But now there came the Christ Himself, and said: I will
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • more he imbues himself with that which all the world to-day calls
    • he feels himself bound up, even in life, with Death. Again and again
    • dies. Why is it, he asks himself, that he has a feeling comparable
    • the sentimental mystic says to himself out of some dark and mystic
    • thoughts, accompanied by Christ Himself, we approach the minerals,
    • the Earth. Our Science remains dead — nay, our Science itself
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • himself in cosmic pictures. Looking up to the stars, he saw them not
    • body.” Never did the man of ancient time unite himself so
    • within himself the power to overcome his sickness. Increasingly the
    • full self-consciousness of the “ I ” and inner spiritual
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • Palestine, and sanctified the Earth inasmuch as He Himself had dwelt
    • But now there came the Christ Himself, and said: I will
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • more he imbues himself with that which all the world to-day calls
    • he feels himself bound up, even in life, with Death. Again and again
    • dies. Why is it, he asks himself, that he has a feeling comparable
    • the sentimental mystic says to himself out of some dark and mystic
    • thoughts, accompanied by Christ Himself, we approach the minerals,
    • the Earth. Our Science remains dead — nay, our Science itself
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    • Anyone who has made himself in some degree acquainted
    • form of existence that was satisfying in itself. Therefore, one
    • physical world which in itself constitutes what is collectively
    • Is it then the Name and Form of the self-same Being that appears
    • transformed itself. That which was growing upon the mango-tree simply
    • head a man? No! Is the heart anything by itself? No! Because if we
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • parts. This man busies himself in the world, and performs various
    • everything around him. But he is led to free himself from his
    • Form, reveals itself in all its emptiness! There is no truth in
    • That which is revealed in the separate parts, and lives itself out in
    • them, has poured itself into all that is visible of the man; it is
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • himself in the sick man, the aged man, and the corpse. ‘What is
    • the value of life?’ he cried to himself, ‘if it bears
    • Christianity poured itself. It is possible to describe this
    • itself is the external world. He says: ‘It is inevitable that
    • if thou abandonest thyself to the physical world, suffering must be
    • concern itself with the non-historical relationship of opposition to
    • comes because man himself has brought with him a false relation to
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    • Anyone who has made himself in some degree acquainted
    • form of existence that was satisfying in itself. Therefore, one
    • physical world which in itself constitutes what is collectively
    • Is it then the Name and Form of the self-same Being that appears
    • transformed itself. That which was growing upon the mango-tree simply
    • head a man? No! Is the heart anything by itself? No! Because if we
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • parts. This man busies himself in the world, and performs various
    • everything around him. But he is led to free himself from his
    • Form, reveals itself in all its emptiness! There is no truth in
    • That which is revealed in the separate parts, and lives itself out in
    • them, has poured itself into all that is visible of the man; it is
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • himself in the sick man, the aged man, and the corpse. ‘What is
    • the value of life?’ he cried to himself, ‘if it bears
    • Christianity poured itself. It is possible to describe this
    • itself is the external world. He says: ‘It is inevitable that
    • if thou abandonest thyself to the physical world, suffering must be
    • concern itself with the non-historical relationship of opposition to
    • comes because man himself has brought with him a false relation to
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    • expresses itself, — that is to say Spiritual Science in our
    • life of the soul by observing how a man expresses himself in words.
    • as from out of himself, an echo of the particular object or process
    • itself; everything has sound in a certain sense, not only a glass we
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • etheric, astral, we must say: just as the Ego itself, as a spiritual
    • itself and elaborated a further fragment of what had already been
    • itself. We say that before man became this complete Ego-being, he was
    • brain, throughout the course of human life? Our brain adapts itself
    • to our thinking; it is an instrument that moulds itself according to
    • speaking of the eye: “The eye has formed itself from the light,
    • any conception of the Ego itself, but bear in mind all that has been
    • pre-Ego activity of the etheric body and the Ego activity itself.
    • externally (the eye itself is there for the reception of light), so,
    • and then we must wait until the spirit of the air itself sounds back
    • development took place in that the process tore itself loose, as it
    • emotion, everything that lives inwardly. This expresses itself in the
    • outer correspondence that first wrests itself from the soul, in the
    • inward element. When the child expresses itself thus, its mother
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    • expresses itself, — that is to say Spiritual Science in our
    • life of the soul by observing how a man expresses himself in words.
    • as from out of himself, an echo of the particular object or process
    • itself; everything has sound in a certain sense, not only a glass we
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • adding Spirit Self, Life Spirit and Spirit Man to physical body,
    • etheric, astral, we must say: just as the Ego itself, as a spiritual
    • itself and elaborated a further fragment of what had already been
    • itself. We say that before man became this complete Ego-being, he was
    • brain, throughout the course of human life? Our brain adapts itself
    • to our thinking; it is an instrument that moulds itself according to
    • speaking of the eye: “The eye has formed itself from the light,
    • any conception of the Ego itself, but bear in mind all that has been
    • pre-Ego activity of the etheric body and the Ego activity itself.
    • externally (the eye itself is there for the reception of light), so,
    • and then we must wait until the spirit of the air itself sounds back
    • development took place in that the process tore itself loose, as it
    • emotion, everything that lives inwardly. This expresses itself in the
    • outer correspondence that first wrests itself from the soul, in the
    • inward element. When the child expresses itself thus, its mother
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    • himself, or whether something else had a kindly and favourable
    • himself impelled to do under the influence of the world around him.
    • communicate speech to man, is Inspiration. Language itself is
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • feel the presence of the Archangel, who is himself subject to
    • is, through Death, uniting Himself so deeply with the destiny of
    • Christ first made Himself known to men, during all this time while He
    • understanding that derives from the Christ Himself as He still works
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
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    • himself, or whether something else had a kindly and favourable
    • himself impelled to do under the influence of the world around him.
    • communicate speech to man, is Inspiration. Language itself is
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • feel the presence of the Archangel, who is himself subject to
    • is, through Death, uniting Himself so deeply with the destiny of
    • Christ first made Himself known to men, during all this time while He
    • understanding that derives from the Christ Himself as He still works
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
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    • Creator of the world who sends forth other Beings from Himself. The
    • Grace from on high, this world of light revealed itself in and
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
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    • Creator of the world who sends forth other Beings from Himself. The
    • Grace from on high, this world of light revealed itself in and
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
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    • by many beings, no less abundantly than is the physical. Man himself,
    • able entirely to free himself from that which makes him earthly man.
    • himself from that which makes him earthly man. As earthly men, as you
    • human being himself to begin with — into the elemental world.
    • the human being himself, who has passed through the gate of death.
    • Hierarchies, down to man himself. And inasmuch as the etheric body
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • If you bear all this in mind, you will say to yourself: Complicated
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • Infinitely much would be achieved if once this selflessness gained
    • aid, as it were, another human being by whom he lets himself be borne
    • and which he slowly casts aside, he lets himself be borne into the
    • manifested itself. And only when you have got rid of it, only then
    • does there emerge the true being that is trying to reveal itself.
    • is revealing himself to us. His presence is first announced to us in
    • Himself, our relation within the spiritual world, to behold ourselves
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    • by many beings, no less abundantly than is the physical. Man himself,
    • able entirely to free himself from that which makes him earthly man.
    • himself from that which makes him earthly man. As earthly men, as you
    • human being himself to begin with — into the elemental world.
    • the human being himself, who has passed through the gate of death.
    • Hierarchies, down to man himself. And inasmuch as the etheric body
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • If you bear all this in mind, you will say to yourself: Complicated
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • Infinitely much would be achieved if once this selflessness gained
    • aid, as it were, another human being by whom he lets himself be borne
    • and which he slowly casts aside, he lets himself be borne into the
    • manifested itself. And only when you have got rid of it, only then
    • does there emerge the true being that is trying to reveal itself.
    • is revealing himself to us. His presence is first announced to us in
    • Himself, our relation within the spiritual world, to behold ourselves
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    • connect oneself with the Universe. Osiris-Isis Myth and the
    • overcome so that child may feel himself to be a member of whole
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    • would be very useful for the man of today if he made himself
    • himself with the instruction of Horus, the son whom Isis had borne
    • for they had been in the body of Chronos. Zeus himself alone had been
    • itself, had lived upon the earth, by once descending into a human
    • the Greek said to himself quietly (I shall again elaborate the matter
    • outside, but the earth that man carries in himself, i.e. —
    • describing to himself at the same time this knowledge: If I
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    • orientate oneself for what is to come by considering what has been.
    • himself out of the atmosphere. Formerly he had seen it outside; now
    • Imagination. And then she said to herself: what I now perceive
    • have spoken. That the divine was then pouring itself forth in man —
    • only the air, but man himself has become coarser. That which formerly
    • out of the air-filled space what he himself experienced.
    • has remained behind of that power of the air that revealed itself to
    • man in Imaginations in earlier ages, so in man himself are the coarse
    • of their subconsciousness the sexual clothes itself in the words:
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    • that Osiris once more betook himself from the Underworld, where he
    • related by the legend that Isis let herself be induced to set free
    • he himself, or, in other versions, Hermes, set cow-horns upon her
    • deeper-lying statue that conceals itself behind the external statue
    • the father. He regarded himself as the father, but he was not. The
    • it could reproduce itself again, fourteen-fold. And Typhon could give
    • knew that she had herself dragged it about, that she had herself
    • summoned — some say Typhon himself, some say, Mercury. And he
    • Legend. I will not of course make myself the commentator who explains
    • chuckling being — mankind still had self-knowledge about this
    • put before them for the benefit of their self-knowledge, in the 15th,
    • itself a looking-glass (Spiegel). And it is related that Till
    • to be read in the literature about Till Eulenspiegel himself.’
    • itself, a state of consciousness is to be roused in mankind which
    • and back from childhood to birth, if he asks himself ‘What do I
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    • ‘immortal’ one spoke actually of man himself. In the
    • different) as ‘mortal’ makes himself ‘immortal’.
    • lift the veil of Isis, but only that one who binds himself
    • was aware of them through something that took place in oneself. One
    • of making himself spiritual. No age has been so favourable to
    • unfounded to say: Well, what can I do by myself? The world takes its
    • himself should begin to wish to escape from abstraction, to lay aside
    • what is foreign to reality and so on, and to seek, each for himself,
    • through this present time and feels itself very, very well in so
    • mankind out of the calamities into which it has brought itself.
    • One must put certain questions to oneself if one is to be attentive
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    • is so proud. One cannot do enough to make oneself clear how
    • other aspects. On the whole it is fairly simple to say to oneself
    • say to it then? One should really put oneself this question when
    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • something which Friedrich Schlegel has not said to himself. What he
    • has not told himself is that one of the deepest and most significant
    • five years ago sought to attach himself to this Spiritual Science, to
    • various writings. Now the same man excuses himself by saying that it
    • read something of mine, some books of mine, and made himself
    • things. One only needs to transpose oneself in feeling into those
    • himself: What happiness someday to be as old as that, for as one
    • ancient times nature itself brought it in its course, in modern times
    • the later editions of his books, because he himself no longer took
    • And this is so. One can still force oneself later to turn back to
    • many things, but then one must really force oneself — it does
    • it is not perceived that an impulse in life can be harmful by itself,
    • itself upon mankind, it will bring the greatest unhappiness upon
    • force itself, then harm is again brought to mankind. This is
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    • has in reality no true understanding of himself. One could say that
    • ‘Know thyself’ stood on Apollo's temple as a challenge to
    • the Delphic temple ‘Know thyself’ merely a phrase at that
    • understanding of man. One must put oneself in the position of taking
    • no apparatus for comprehending the being of man himself. We have been
    • for itself an image in the head. In the rest of man that is not the
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • through other results of spiritual research. If one makes oneself
    • happens when the quickly gained head-knowledge lives itself into the
    • our organism withdraws itself from cosmic events. Our head which, as
    • whole star-strewn universal space: the whole world expresses itself
    • in me. It will be possible to train the human being to feel himself a
    • know himself as head-man and heart-man. For what I am now saying
    • means that man will learn to solve his own riddle, to say to himself:
    • learn; I must first be as old as he before I can find it in myself.
    • it in myself.’ Just think what a relationship is created again
    • through myself. What a bond of human fellowship would be formed, if
    • smallest, since he cannot raise himself to the great. But it
    • created a fine symptom for itself, by which one is able to recognize
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    • of mankind when we begin to observe man himself, seeing in his
    • man himself, again as totality, is its solution. We must not expect,
    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • acknowledges that the magnetic needle does not turn by itself to the
    • things, one can see for oneself externally the truth that lies in
    • forces. This remaining organism imbues itself with them, and it is
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • himself’ from the cosmos and how he gives back to the cosmos
    • what he has won for himself upon earth. This education must be given
    • natural science is already concerning itself with what can be
    • And so one can permeate oneself — not in thought as I said, but in
    • belongs to the future. In the human race itself rests the future of
    • who had been aware of it, would have said to himself. ‘When I
    • gone a little deeper — might rather say to itself ‘Well,
    • himself — as to how people quarrel over words. It is his
    • the matter itself, we do not want simply German peace, but peace, we
    • did not explain things to himself logically, he did not learn them,
    • which is nevertheless lacking in what man gains for himself today.
    • again I express myself somewhat drastically) that ever since he has
    • too — adapt himself to other conditions. We should have been
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    • conception if one lets oneself be ruled by the thoughts and ideas
    • himself acquainted with all that the modern sciences can teach from
    • science in the present day abandons himself entirely to his intellect
    • view, as it were, giving birth to itself from out of the gold of the
    • yearly returning cycle. Or again, a man may give himself up to
    • the vault of heaven, and he sinks himself in meditation on the wonder
    • this whole sense world is contained; he feels himself as a confluence
    • of the world that is around him. And he can say to himself: When I
    • it is crystallised out into the wonderful form of man himself.
    • not to feel oneself small in comparison with one's ideals can
    • only mean one has a mind that is itself pitiably small! For it is
    • myself as external being I am bound to say to myself: You are
    • tread in his observation of the world and of himself. He can look
    • upon himself from without and experience a wonderful sense of
    • blessedness in his God-willed nature; he can look upon himself from
    • to lift itself up in a worthy manner to a consideration of the great
    • at arithmetic and never troubled himself as to how it worked out that
    • does not order itself in accordance with correct thinking. You may
    • allowing yourself to be ruled by this particular connection of cause
    • whoever has had experience in these matters and concerned himself
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    • finally what we called knowing oneself to be in wisdom-filled
    • and thinks it is itself an evidence that the human faculty of
    • to take in hand our own self-education in wisdom, then it does not
    • self-education by this means. If we were perpetually being corrected
    • effective and independent self-education, and it can only do so
    • same time have accomplished something for his self-education, he will
    • not rest content to go through life with easy self-assurance; it must
    • investigate truth, does not allow himself to judge but tries to let
    • the following conclusion. He can say to himself: In reality there are
    • speak for itself? How will he think of that invisible quality of wolf
    • wolves alike? He will look at it in this way. He will say to himself:
    • event take place before him. Then he would have to say to himself:
    • which does not seek to investigate truth from out of itself, but
    • bring us further and further in wise self-education — that is
    • feeling oneself in wisdom-filled harmony with reality and finally to
    • represents the world of the senses as it shows itself to our view.
    • and reveals itself to him as something he cannot describe with any
    • will. Hence it is that a man who has developed in himself even a
    • evolution drives him on of itself to the next higher stage. For then,
    • the stages we have called feeling oneself in harmony with the wisdom
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    • nature of man himself. You will be ready to accept the assumption
    • the present day to picture to himself how the senses work, and I
    • aware of the activity that is going on in the eye itself. As it is
    • object; in the eye he ought to be already conscious of himself. The
    • of the hand itself. But if to-day a person directs his power of
    • what you yourself are doing with your hand. This is how it would be
    • for itself, it does not penetrate the whole of it; with the result
    • the physical over the etheric body, man would not feel himself to be
    • preponderance shows itself of the etheric body over the astral body
    • energetic and patient self-discipline and acquires the qualities we
    • itself and is no concern of ours. And it must be the same with
    • exceedingly difficult matter for him to extricate himself. He would
    • find it most difficult to go through the world saying to himself:
    • influence interposed. Man was destined to be an onlooker of himself,
    • it was not intended that he should live inside himself. For what was
    • itself to begin with in the fact that we are involved and entangled
    • an intelligence inside him and that he himself cherishes thoughts
    • opinion within himself. This forming of judgments within ourselves,
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    • and also follow one another in time, each requiring for itself a
    • from the time which you experience in your own soul. Ask yourself how
    • itself in your soul? Ponder over it as deeply as you will, and you
    • relationship between yourself and the idea or the thought, you have
    • to answer: While I have the thought, I myself am actually the
    • yourself to the thought. You are yourself the thought. Without a
    • to-day you cannot identify yourself with the chalk of yesterday. This
    • yourself of, it is already outside you. You may imagine, if you wish
    • have made it external to you, while you yourself have passed on to
    • and then draws itself together, expands and contracts — only as
    • itself which brings it into motion. If you stimulate your will you
    • itself, you must imagine it in so far as you remain within the
    • exactly what shows itself to occult knowledge. When certain forms,
    • fallen together in itself.
    • becomes, so to say, exhausted and splits asunder in itself. We must
    • as it were, to the end of its energy, is thrown back upon itself and
    • spirit itself we have to distinguish between an outer and an inner.
    • itself, without having come up against any kind of external obstacle
    • all actually break up in itself from out of spirit: then mineral
    • itself to us as what we have described in
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    • see that when it has played itself out in man it passes away and is
    • repeats itself again and again in the same way, and that we as human
    • there is anyone who could even allow himself to dream such a thing.
    • himself in an Imaginative picture what the other only feels more
    • the world builds itself up anew. Man, as it were, provides the
    • digests and who nourishes himself — that is the man who is
    • stream out from him into his environment divides itself quite
    • time as the human being comes and himself destroys it by means of
    • are rejected by the cosmos than the one who himself sent them out.
    • feeling and whatever is morally evil — a man must himself erase
    • neutral laws of nature or expresses itself only in neutral laws of
    • false and is eager to receive into itself the good, the beautiful and
    • undergone, as substance itself, the Luciferic influence. You will
    • material substance itself we have evidence that present-day man is
    • scatters; this pulverised form then shows itself as matter. That is
    • itself, spray directly back again into the spiritual.
    • not feeling to himself: “I am in that being,” but: “I
    • intended he should him-self produce on the earth his reflection, and
    • of form in blood, and he should then have said to himself: “There
    • inscribing myself in the earth below, so that I can always read in
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    • dying away. He says to himself at every turn: Here I have to do with
    • his own self before the world; that is to say, the propagation of man
    • clothe itself in the music of the spheres — that Word of the
    • himself; man himself was created in his original state by being
    • itself known to us in descending organs, and the world of the spirit
    • In the whole world as it presents itself to our view we can follow in
    • kind of descending evolution. Copper will, in the future, show itself
    • eat of the root nature of plants it will be rather he himself who
    • it to be more himself who works in him, then he must diminish his
    • something outside himself; and it may very easily happen. that a man
    • way for the heart, but only when the heart sets itself too strongly
    • all that presents itself to our senses in the world of nature is
    • itself to sight and taste and smell are the soul-and-spirit forces of
    • Whoever were to imagine it would be giving himself up to the same
    • does not want to enter itself, even as Mephistopheles does not want
    • to enter himself into the realm of the Mothers. It is true in a sense
    • yourself: “How do I come to have such a dream? It gives the
    • seems to relate itself to physical life. But where does it come from?
    • himself receive back again and carry away through his destiny. But
    • he has himself imparted to the earth in earlier epochs of its
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    • of these works who has not acquired — through the School itself
    • himself. The etheric body bears within itself, as it were, the
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • what has imprinted itself upon the etheric body actually continues to
    • detaches itself in a certain way only to be gathered up into the
    • itself to the universe, though to be sure, to the spirit-soul part of
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • astral body imparts itself to the universe; if I may use the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • spiritual researcher is often himself astonished at his own results.
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
    • selflessness of Christianity. As a result the soul was shaped in a
    • curious paradox reveals itself: those souls who lived in the Orient,
    • itself in the super-earthly, this embodiment of the ego, as it now
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
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    • of these works who has not acquired — through the School itself
    • himself. The etheric body bears within itself, as it were, the
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • what has imprinted itself upon the etheric body actually continues to
    • detaches itself in a certain way only to be gathered up into the
    • itself to the universe, though to be sure, to the spirit-soul part of
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • astral body imparts itself to the universe; if I may use the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • spiritual researcher is often himself astonished at his own results.
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
    • selflessness of Christianity. As a result the soul was shaped in a
    • curious paradox reveals itself: those souls who lived in the Orient,
    • itself in the super-earthly, this embodiment of the ego, as it now
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
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    • period of sleep holds within itself, in the world of soul and spirit,
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • soul-element that pours into speech (speech being in itself so
    • itself in glimmering material light and other such phenomena!
    • itself lacks idealism, then it is exceedingly difficult, during
    • unselfish love for human beings, sincere interest in every fellow man
    • walk. One who develops insight into such matters and sets himself the
    • aim, let us say, of fitting himself to be an educator in the true
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
    • may itself be the compensation.
    • faces misfortune aright who says to himself: ‘If it has
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • first step in karma, the right attitude is to say to oneself: If we
    • listening to his words, I say to myself: Lungs, larynx are at work as
    • Divine-Spiritual world is expressed. I say to myself: When, during
    • conceals itself in the man's speech and similar activities;
    • the Archangeloi. This relationship has repeated itself in every
    • the Archai, the results of the work that he himself does on his karma
    • Archai. The result is that he prevents himself from weaving his karma
    • over man for this very purpose — that he may, himself, draw out
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    • period of sleep holds within itself, in the world of soul and spirit,
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • soul-element that pours into speech (speech being in itself so
    • itself in glimmering material light and other such phenomena!
    • itself lacks idealism, then it is exceedingly difficult, during
    • unselfish love for human beings, sincere interest in every fellow man
    • walk. One who develops insight into such matters and sets himself the
    • aim, let us say, of fitting himself to be an educator in the true
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
    • may itself be the compensation.
    • faces misfortune aright who says to himself: ‘If it has
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • first step in karma, the right attitude is to say to oneself: If we
    • listening to his words, I say to myself: Lungs, larynx are at work as
    • Divine-Spiritual world is expressed. I say to myself: When, during
    • conceals itself in the man's speech and similar activities;
    • the Archangeloi. This relationship has repeated itself in every
    • the Archai, the results of the work that he himself does on his karma
    • Archai. The result is that he prevents himself from weaving his karma
    • over man for this very purpose — that he may, himself, draw out
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    • not enrich. But one must not allow oneself to be deceived by the
    • Goethe himself often has shown how justified we are in
    • the track that you have marked out for yourself. You seek for the
    • himself at one with the world as a great, beautiful, worthy whole,
    • itself at the goal, cry out for very joy, and be lost in admiration
    • upon this stage, he expressed himself thus concerning it:
    • comprehension of polarity and self-perfecting evolution,
    • to raise itself, nor can spirit be prevented from attracting and
    • the strictest inward self-education. To this he frequently refers;
    • he himself says concerning his connection with the earthly part of
    • Anthroposophical teaching of Spirit-self, Life-spirit, Spirit-man).
    • Delight thyself in forms long past away!
    • expresses himself very clearly on the subject of the spiritual
    • soul with the higher self. The illusion that the real man
    • desires as enemies, and was obliged to place himself under the rule
    • lower nature that it becomes by itself an expression of the higher
    • In his way Schiller refers to the higher self of man thus:
    • himself.
    • accomplishes within himself an education which brings him
    • one another by a river. The river itself stands for the astral plane. On
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    • not enrich. But one must not allow oneself to be deceived by the
    • Goethe himself often has shown how justified we are in
    • the track that you have marked out for yourself. You seek for the
    • himself at one with the world as a great, beautiful, worthy whole,
    • itself at the goal, cry out for very joy, and be lost in admiration
    • upon this stage, he expressed himself thus concerning it:
    • comprehension of polarity and self-perfecting evolution,
    • to raise itself, nor can spirit be prevented from attracting and
    • the strictest inward self-education. To this he frequently refers;
    • he himself says concerning his connection with the earthly part of
    • Anthroposophical teaching of Spirit-self, Life-spirit, Spirit-man).
    • Delight thyself in forms long past away!
    • expresses himself very clearly on the subject of the spiritual
    • soul with the higher self. The illusion that the real man
    • desires as enemies, and was obliged to place himself under the rule
    • lower nature that it becomes by itself an expression of the higher
    • In his way Schiller refers to the higher self of man thus:
    • himself.
    • accomplishes within himself an education which brings him
    • one another by a river. The river itself stands for the astral plane. On
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    • contemporaries around him. He himself relates — and I have
    • Nature herself proceeds, and of which I am on the track.” —
    • carried into the word itself. And their thinking was not abstract and
    • incarnate in speech itself. This may be said by some to have been a
    • strongly Goethe's soul longed for Greece. Goethe himself is an
    • soul was itself living, men were able to understand the living
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • meaning of the word, to the world where speech itself is shaped and
    • where we understand the process wherein sound itself is moulded and
    • that from which feeling itself arises. When we thus begin to realise
    • knocks himself against the corner of a table will strike the table
    • absolute, and think that man would lose himself irretrievably if the
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    • contemporaries around him. He himself relates — and I have
    • Nature herself proceeds, and of which I am on the track.” —
    • carried into the word itself. And their thinking was not abstract and
    • incarnate in speech itself. This may be said by some to have been a
    • strongly Goethe's soul longed for Greece. Goethe himself is an
    • soul was itself living, men were able to understand the living
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • meaning of the word, to the world where speech itself is shaped and
    • where we understand the process wherein sound itself is moulded and
    • that from which feeling itself arises. When we thus begin to realise
    • knocks himself against the corner of a table will strike the table
    • absolute, and think that man would lose himself irretrievably if the
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    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • knowledge itself, have all been evolved from investigation of the
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • into the very tissue of which the tableau is woven; he feels himself
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • intelligence can follow what is said, even if he is not himself an
    • physical rhythm of the breath he made himself one with the spiritual
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • Through Imagination and Inspiration a man reaches his innermost Self.
    • But this innermost Self must also surrender itself to the world
    • when it has worked itself a little way out of the sinful in the
    • our existence in the form of necessity, living itself out as destiny
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    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • Also known as: Self-Consciousness: The Spiritual Human Being.
    • knowledge itself, have all been evolved from investigation of the
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • into the very tissue of which the tableau is woven; he feels himself
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • intelligence can follow what is said, even if he is not himself an
    • physical rhythm of the breath he made himself one with the spiritual
    • sphere. And when, in the way described, he beholds himself in his own
    • Through Imagination and Inspiration a man reaches his innermost Self.
    • But this innermost Self must also surrender itself to the world
    • when it has worked itself a little way out of the sinful in the
    • our existence in the form of necessity, living itself out as destiny
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    • suppression of full self-consciousness and the presence of mind of
    • Jahve Himself spoke out of their mouths, so wise were their
    • time, but he devoted himself to astrological prophecy. In his time —
    • gifts and the selflessness with which he devoted himself to his
    • account of his selflessness he had been much maligned by his
    • withdrew and, as can be gathered from what he himself says, from this
    • immersed himself in what the soul, the heart, the imagination can
    • Nostradamus. Nostradamus himself made some of his prophecies known to
    • including the Queen herself, who said that this clearly showed what
    • Hans would find himself. And now, what was the history of Duke Hans’
    • stand he would otherwise have taken and so was himself the cause of
    • may have been able to devote himself to study but was suddenly
    • life reveals itself in its effects an equal number of years
    • his fifty-fourth year, no more deprives himself of his freedom than
    • deprives himself of his freedom when he moves into the house. Nobody
    • deprives himself of freedom by anticipating that causes will have
    • itself into successive epochs of culture. Two of the epochs most
    • External observation itself can
    • calculations at all; he sits up in his attic and gives himself up to
    • his meaning is: There is something in this man which presents itself
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    • suppression of full self-consciousness and the presence of mind of
    • Jahve Himself spoke out of their mouths, so wise were their
    • time, but he devoted himself to astrological prophecy. In his time —
    • gifts and the selflessness with which he devoted himself to his
    • account of his selflessness he had been much maligned by his
    • withdrew and, as can be gathered from what he himself says, from this
    • immersed himself in what the soul, the heart, the imagination can
    • Nostradamus. Nostradamus himself made some of his prophecies known to
    • including the Queen herself, who said that this clearly showed what
    • Hans would find himself. And now, what was the history of Duke Hans’
    • stand he would otherwise have taken and so was himself the cause of
    • may have been able to devote himself to study but was suddenly
    • life reveals itself in its effects an equal number of years
    • his fifty-fourth year, no more deprives himself of his freedom than
    • deprives himself of his freedom when he moves into the house. Nobody
    • deprives himself of freedom by anticipating that causes will have
    • itself into successive epochs of culture. Two of the epochs most
    • External observation itself can
    • calculations at all; he sits up in his attic and gives himself up to
    • his meaning is: There is something in this man which presents itself
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    • which Homer applied himself when he was developing the hexameter, in
    • become so vain and self-glorious in our times, anything that is
    • make us feel perhaps he blinded himself voluntarily — I am, of
    • himself blind in order that sight should not disturb a certain kind of
    • him, but we will turn to the Iliad itself. Let us read this epic of
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    • the modern world, a man cannot altogether rid himself of
    • himself must enter as an impulse into the out-breathing and pass,
    • proceeding from the human being himself.
    • individual moral quality can be derived from the blood itself. These
    • aim that ought really to be pursued by modern man is to free himself
    • are embodied, is well on the way to losing his real self, to knowing
    • had equipped itself to storm a city; but only two of the bravest
    • to show that the individual, out of himself, can give birth to moral
    • grotesque that this should come from a man who, in himself, is honest
    • earnest something that you, yourself, ought to take in earnest, but are
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    • outer nature herself and moreover when they would be capable of doing
    • of outer nature without knowledge of himself and of his own form. When
    • unable to unfold this himself.
    • himself had an inkling of this, at any rate in his younger years, when
    • into their individual qualities of soul and this expressed itself in
    • intellectualistic. Ranke's style in itself is intellectualistic. The
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    • that exists in the cosmos is also to be found in the earth itself.
    • outermost layer of the earth itself.
    • pupils — no observation of the human head can, in itself, enable
    • us to understand its real nature, for the head in itself does not
    • death but it does not contain within itself the effects of its own
    • parts of the organism, not in the head itself.
    • processes that take place in the brain itself are deeds of the outer
    • world. But the brain itself does something. When the brain receives a
    • organism, not in the brain itself. Whereas the working of the external
    • answer for himself the question: How does my head work in my
    • itself into a mummy and is in turn dissolved into a kind of resemblance
    • and of how the human being himself can be an intermediary between the
    • inmost depths of man himself, something that lives and has its being in
    • through the human being himself. The ancient Egyptians said: The mummy
    • himself sends forth into the external world with his out-breathing. It
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    • thinking, of human thought, is that it cannot, of itself, have become
    • looked at the plant itself and the thought came to him that down below
    • transformations of the one fundamental form of the leaf itself. Goethe
    • externality. Viewed inwardly, the matter is as follows. The leaf itself
    • plant cannot be comprised within such theories. He said to himself: The
    • itself in every conceivable way. It is spirit that is living in the
    • within the poppy itself, in tendency at least, some kind of mushroom or
    • may drag itself away from the poppy without inner exertion, without
    • organism, being a new formation, affixes itself to the head. The head
    • to itself the other members. Accepting the fact of repeated earthly
    • nature herself is an artist ... presuming this, the whole of natural
    • science which excludes art and bases itself only upon the concepts of
    • logical deduction might find itself in a position similar to one of
    • “rapture-monger” by artists, so, if nature herself were to
    • let herself be comprehended according to the laws of strict logic.
    • dead concepts through contemplating the human being himself in the
    • are as rigid and stiff as the mummy itself. A typical standard work
    • thoughts of men and he himself became a pillar of salt. Like the woman
    • lump of salt that calls itself The Decline of the West. But it
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    • Amiens, himself a victim of this oppression, traveled through Western
    • There is an indication of this in the Bible itself — in the
    • embrasures, into the hearts of men, revealing itself now here, now
    • In the East itself,
    • what he had experienced in image in the ceremonies, he himself went
    • himself to the workings of his etheric body? — Just as in the
    • South and West the question was: How is man to adjust himself to the
    • esoteric stream itself takes on a materialistic mode of thinking, that
    • of it that took shape in Western and Middle Europe and allied itself
    • stream belonging to the East of Europe, regarded in Europe itself as a
    • backward tendency in religion; and the Western stream converts itself
    • outer world in which the human being himself participates, pre-eminent
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    • new birth, one's soul-spiritual being can connect itself with
    • short, with what unites itself with these purely physical substances
    • perception in itself may strike some people as a rather daring
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • look into their inner self and survey all that lives in their soul in
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • sympathy for another human soul, I experience within myself,
    • of compassion, I can lose myself in the soul of another person, and I
    • regard to beings outside our own self, in regard to experiences
    • pedagogical means of self-training. We should let our thoughts and
    • self-chosen picture and concentrates upon it more and more until the
    • concentration of the will, is centered upon this self-chosen content.
    • world by concentrating upon our inner self. The first thing we thus
    • visions is the self, and that we ourselves produce this world.
    • moment, know and must know, through an intensive self-training, that
    • self,” if our consciousness never falls asleep, something
    • soon reveals itself as the creative activity within our own being,
    • soul-spiritual part of the child's being unites itself with
    • express its own content, and even the soul itself seems to decay, we
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    • new birth, one's soul-spiritual being can connect itself with
    • short, with what unites itself with these purely physical substances
    • perception in itself may strike some people as a rather daring
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • look into their inner self and survey all that lives in their soul in
    • objects and the reality of that part of the self which belongs to the
    • sympathy for another human soul, I experience within myself,
    • of compassion, I can lose myself in the soul of another person, and I
    • regard to beings outside our own self, in regard to experiences
    • pedagogical means of self-training. We should let our thoughts and
    • self-chosen picture and concentrates upon it more and more until the
    • concentration of the will, is centered upon this self-chosen content.
    • world by concentrating upon our inner self. The first thing we thus
    • visions is the self, and that we ourselves produce this world.
    • moment, know and must know, through an intensive self-training, that
    • self,” if our consciousness never falls asleep, something
    • soon reveals itself as the creative activity within our own being,
    • soul-spiritual part of the child's being unites itself with
    • express its own content, and even the soul itself seems to decay, we
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    • unfolded, but throughout that time it had not enriched itself
    • itself directed towards the contents of super-sensible dogmas
    • a Whole and Its End”. Richard Wahle very incisively set himself
    • the super-sensible. Man himself, in the form in which he appears
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    • unfolded, but throughout that time it had not enriched itself
    • itself directed towards the contents of super-sensible dogmas
    • a Whole and Its End”. Richard Wahle very incisively set himself
    • the super-sensible. Man himself, in the form in which he appears
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    • task, as I have expressed myself yesterday, in justifying its
    • repeating himself.
    • can only surrender himself to the material things and phenomena
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • human being identifies himself with the earth. For this reason, he
    • Development of Man for His Involucres and for His Own Self?”]
    • a particular wisdom, or anything else in life, may possess in itself,
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • upon human life itself as a chronic illness. One who was both a
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    • task, as I have expressed myself yesterday, in justifying its
    • repeating himself.
    • can only surrender himself to the material things and phenomena
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • human being identifies himself with the earth. For this reason, he
    • Development of Man for His Involucres and for His Own Self?”]
    • a particular wisdom, or anything else in life, may possess in itself,
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • upon human life itself as a chronic illness. One who was both a
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    • Sprit-Self or Manas, their Life-Spirit or Buddhi, their Spirit-Man or
    • body and Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man, so these
    • Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, of the Holy Ghost, the Son
    • highest of all, gave their Ego as an offering of self-renunciation
    • in a selfish manner.
    • be active. This contrast has always been felt. Christianity itself
    • Spirit-Self, the Life-Spirit, the Spirit-Man or Atma, then the Holy
    • begins to circle around it. The ancient Sun thus divided itself into
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
    • had already severed itself from the Sun, was quite different from the
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    • Sprit-Self or Manas, their Life-Spirit or Buddhi, their Spirit-Man or
    • body and Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man, so these
    • Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man, of the Holy Ghost, the Son
    • highest of all, gave their Ego as an offering of self-renunciation
    • in a selfish manner.
    • be active. This contrast has always been felt. Christianity itself
    • Spirit-Self, the Life-Spirit, the Spirit-Man or Atma, then the Holy
    • begins to circle around it. The ancient Sun thus divided itself into
    • body, then the Ego, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Man or Atma, and
    • had already severed itself from the Sun, was quite different from the
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    • its Karma. Trivially speaking, we might say: The child's Higher Self,
    • body of a child of seven severed itself from the child's
    • have often explained to you that when the etheric body frees itself
    • itself off from the existence of a human being at a moment when death
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
    • but it is Lucifer himself who breaks them, as a result of what takes
    • of Christ. And Ahriman fetters himself, as a result of what takes
    • himself who breaks his own wings.
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    • its Karma. Trivially speaking, we might say: The child's Higher Self,
    • body of a child of seven severed itself from the child's
    • have often explained to you that when the etheric body frees itself
    • itself off from the existence of a human being at a moment when death
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
    • but it is Lucifer himself who breaks them, as a result of what takes
    • of Christ. And Ahriman fetters himself, as a result of what takes
    • himself who breaks his own wings.
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    • universe of space and the nature of the spatial universe itself.
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • absorbs nutriment; he takes into himself the external substances of
    • from nature outside, on into man himself.
    • nature within himself. The cosmic thoughts became his thoughts. What
    • dissolved in water. Man bears this water within himself, in his vital
    • process by which the world presents itself to man in pictures —
    • matters of which Boehme himself had only a glimmering understanding
    • within himself. Cosmic thoughts repeat themselves in the thoughts of
    • the cosmic thoughts, a universal Word which enshrines itself in the
    • crystal; man takes into himself these cosmic thoughts when, knowingly
    • spreads itself over the whole of the microcosm, renders the shapes
    • felt himself placed in the universe in earlier times not the faintest
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
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    • universe of space and the nature of the spatial universe itself.
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • absorbs nutriment; he takes into himself the external substances of
    • from nature outside, on into man himself.
    • nature within himself. The cosmic thoughts became his thoughts. What
    • dissolved in water. Man bears this water within himself, in his vital
    • process by which the world presents itself to man in pictures —
    • matters of which Boehme himself had only a glimmering understanding
    • within himself. Cosmic thoughts repeat themselves in the thoughts of
    • the cosmic thoughts, a universal Word which enshrines itself in the
    • crystal; man takes into himself these cosmic thoughts when, knowingly
    • spreads itself over the whole of the microcosm, renders the shapes
    • felt himself placed in the universe in earlier times not the faintest
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
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    • connected with him. Since then, Michael himself has been taking part
    • oneself with all that goes on more finely and intimately in the
    • — the destiny that works itself out between anthroposophists
    • imagine yourself in the 13th century. They managed without the
    • When you transplant yourself into the 13th century you can look out
    • indeed to incarnate, — but to incorporate himself and to work
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    • connected with him. Since then, Michael himself has been taking part
    • oneself with all that goes on more finely and intimately in the
    • — the destiny that works itself out between anthroposophists
    • imagine yourself in the 13th century. They managed without the
    • When you transplant yourself into the 13th century you can look out
    • indeed to incarnate, — but to incorporate himself and to work
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    • looked up to the stars in former times, he said to himself, “I
    • for any one living in our day to picture to himself the divine and
    • It tells us, for example, that the earth itself also goes through an
    • in which the initiate finds himself in his relation to
    • can I believe that which I cannot verify for myself? And inasmuch as
    • I cannot do so, what object is there in occupying myself with such
    • detail. But who among us has ever really seen this for himself with
    • for himself, the scientist is obliged to believe, and the
    • shall believe, and that no one shall know more than himself.
    • supply the “fuel”! It is itself fuel in this sense, for
    • ourselves, till the veil is of itself withdrawn from before our eyes.
    • that in days to come Ahura Mazdao would manifest himself in man.
    • self. Moses, however, knew that this would come to pass.
    • suffering. So he said to himself, and taught the people, that they
    • suffering, if he has united himself with the Christ-Being, the Being
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    • looked up to the stars in former times, he said to himself, “I
    • for any one living in our day to picture to himself the divine and
    • It tells us, for example, that the earth itself also goes through an
    • in which the initiate finds himself in his relation to
    • can I believe that which I cannot verify for myself? And inasmuch as
    • I cannot do so, what object is there in occupying myself with such
    • detail. But who among us has ever really seen this for himself with
    • for himself, the scientist is obliged to believe, and the
    • shall believe, and that no one shall know more than himself.
    • supply the “fuel”! It is itself fuel in this sense, for
    • ourselves, till the veil is of itself withdrawn from before our eyes.
    • that in days to come Ahura Mazdao would manifest himself in man.
    • self. Moses, however, knew that this would come to pass.
    • suffering. So he said to himself, and taught the people, that they
    • suffering, if he has united himself with the Christ-Being, the Being
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    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • his own self. The human soul of the European peoples indeed passed
    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • visible, is active within me, by reflecting itself, as it were,
    • his ordinary dignity as a human being. He felt himself lifted above
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • the food, that became he himself, as it passed through his mouth, his
    • or whether he experienced within himself what chained him to the
    • what constitutes, as it were, a physical self-knowledge, an insight
    • power, the Christ, had connected Himself with an earthly man, Jesus
    • unwilling to progress to a spiritual self-knowledge. We sleep another
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • himself: I wish to enter the world that contains the forces of growth
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • restrict itself to some sectarian group, but if must be brought out
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    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • his own self. The human soul of the European peoples indeed passed
    • himself a real feeling of freedom. This feeling of freedom is
    • visible, is active within me, by reflecting itself, as it were,
    • his ordinary dignity as a human being. He felt himself lifted above
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • the food, that became he himself, as it passed through his mouth, his
    • or whether he experienced within himself what chained him to the
    • what constitutes, as it were, a physical self-knowledge, an insight
    • power, the Christ, had connected Himself with an earthly man, Jesus
    • unwilling to progress to a spiritual self-knowledge. We sleep another
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • himself: I wish to enter the world that contains the forces of growth
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • restrict itself to some sectarian group, but if must be brought out
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • prides itself particularly on the exercise of this very reason. But
    • untruthfulness asserts itself, the super-sensible experiences fade
    • everybody to-day ought constantly to repeat them to himself. Only so
    • myself at the moment to the example of the sunlight, directly the
    • pass into the very light itself. Objects can be seen with the help of
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
    • light itself, then for the first time he becomes aware that thinking
    • such a way that his being reflects itself through the body, and he
    • feels himself to be a part of the earth, as the finger feels itself
    • radiating light concerns himself with the things of the world.
    • and death we say: Man lives in the body and concerns himself with
    • is now living in the light, concerns himself with the things of the
    • The reason for the hostility that is asserting itself at the present
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
    • This living grasp of the self (Sicherfassen) must again be
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    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • prides itself particularly on the exercise of this very reason. But
    • untruthfulness asserts itself, the super-sensible experiences fade
    • everybody to-day ought constantly to repeat them to himself. Only so
    • myself at the moment to the example of the sunlight, directly the
    • pass into the very light itself. Objects can be seen with the help of
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
    • light itself, then for the first time he becomes aware that thinking
    • such a way that his being reflects itself through the body, and he
    • feels himself to be a part of the earth, as the finger feels itself
    • radiating light concerns himself with the things of the world.
    • and death we say: Man lives in the body and concerns himself with
    • is now living in the light, concerns himself with the things of the
    • The reason for the hostility that is asserting itself at the present
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
    • This living grasp of the self (Sicherfassen) must again be
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    • whole man felt himself uplifted to the divine-spiritual ground
    • a knowledge that raises itself to art, not symbolical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • strive after the truth in the way in which it must disclose itself to
    • myself; I only showed, step by step, to those who wished to enact the
    • Movement which originated of itself but received counsel from me
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself, but who will be able to come to it
    • Thus in view of the way in which I myself have helped this Movement
    • picture to myself that this Movement — which puts its trust in
    • religious Movement, but cannot directly immerse himself in it. If he
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • the thing itself.
    • out of the necessity of the case itself. And it is also important to
    • If therefore someone were to exclaim: The very one who himself put
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself.
    • Movement for Religious Renewal who is himself first a good
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
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    • whole man felt himself uplifted to the divine-spiritual ground
    • a knowledge that raises itself to art, not symbolical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • strive after the truth in the way in which it must disclose itself to
    • myself; I only showed, step by step, to those who wished to enact the
    • Movement which originated of itself but received counsel from me
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself, but who will be able to come to it
    • Thus in view of the way in which I myself have helped this Movement
    • picture to myself that this Movement — which puts its trust in
    • religious Movement, but cannot directly immerse himself in it. If he
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • the thing itself.
    • out of the necessity of the case itself. And it is also important to
    • If therefore someone were to exclaim: The very one who himself put
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself.
    • Movement for Religious Renewal who is himself first a good
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • the manner in which the human being presents himself to us in the
    • physical body that come from the earth itself. We cannot,
    • what the earth itself has given to the physical body. And where is
    • that is extricating itself from the physical. It then appears as the
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • know that we have died, that our spiritual has freed itself from our
    • self, from outside; we look into a concavity. This remains empty. It
    • life that frees itself from us and becomes inwoven with the
    • the Spirit-Self.
    • A Spirit-Self is
    • inwoven with the universe; this Spirit-Self comes to birth
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • the Spirit-Self.
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Ego.
    • moment of bur childhood in which we acquire self-consciousness, which
    • hardened within us and because it pushes itself, as it were, into our
    • yourself. You must therefore build up in inner activity the image of
    • feel: “I experience myself together with this soul”. Now
    • within you the power of vision, so that you may look upon yourself,
    • particularly through the many deaths of self-sacrifice.
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    • the manner in which the human being presents himself to us in the
    • physical body that come from the earth itself. We cannot,
    • what the earth itself has given to the physical body. And where is
    • that is extricating itself from the physical. It then appears as the
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • know that we have died, that our spiritual has freed itself from our
    • self, from outside; we look into a concavity. This remains empty. It
    • life that frees itself from us and becomes inwoven with the
    • the Spirit-Self.
    • A Spirit-Self is
    • inwoven with the universe; this Spirit-Self comes to birth
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • the Spirit-Self.
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Ego.
    • moment of bur childhood in which we acquire self-consciousness, which
    • hardened within us and because it pushes itself, as it were, into our
    • yourself. You must therefore build up in inner activity the image of
    • feel: “I experience myself together with this soul”. Now
    • within you the power of vision, so that you may look upon yourself,
    • particularly through the many deaths of self-sacrifice.
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    • connected with the divine forces, (for, if the soul feels itself
    • working upwards from below, from the earth itself, so man’s
    • soul-element, revealing itself as an existence connected with his
    • the human being himself. It must, as it were, penetrate into man as a
    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • something that is, in itself, spiritual: a Being must be there, a
    • arise, that enable the soul to feel itself split into three.
    • itself, when this wonderful epic poem will be spiritualised and
    • not the words, but that which lives in the poem itself, continues to
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    • connected with the divine forces, (for, if the soul feels itself
    • working upwards from below, from the earth itself, so man’s
    • soul-element, revealing itself as an existence connected with his
    • the human being himself. It must, as it were, penetrate into man as a
    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • something that is, in itself, spiritual: a Being must be there, a
    • arise, that enable the soul to feel itself split into three.
    • itself, when this wonderful epic poem will be spiritualised and
    • not the words, but that which lives in the poem itself, continues to
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • beheld himself. Three stages were shown to him. He saw first forms as
    • to the Mystic how the God himself descended into nature, how he
    • the tree divides itself into different branches, so did religion,
    • thought I touched the God and felt him near, I myself being at the
    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • We have here to do with something founded by Saint Paul himself,
    • day by day, then something shows itself in the soul which gives him
    • John Gospel itself in mighty pictures.
    • the plant: ‘Without thee I could not live, I incline myself
    • you I could not be, I incline myself to you as the plant to the
    • saw himself scourged, and could feel in his own body something like
    • saw himself with the crown of thorns and experienced a kind of pain
    • Mystery-schools one learned to accustom oneself to speak in the
    • on. In this way the mystic experienced in himself the Crucifixion. He
    • saw himself crucified. The outer symbol was that during the
    • earth is for men. The independence man attributes to himself is an
    • John Gospel itself, these things can be experienced.
    • Himself with whom one must be united. It is a question of belief in
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    • beheld himself. Three stages were shown to him. He saw first forms as
    • to the Mystic how the God himself descended into nature, how he
    • the tree divides itself into different branches, so did religion,
    • thought I touched the God and felt him near, I myself being at the
    • so as none can describe or realise who has not himself been
    • We have here to do with something founded by Saint Paul himself,
    • day by day, then something shows itself in the soul which gives him
    • John Gospel itself in mighty pictures.
    • the plant: ‘Without thee I could not live, I incline myself
    • you I could not be, I incline myself to you as the plant to the
    • saw himself scourged, and could feel in his own body something like
    • saw himself with the crown of thorns and experienced a kind of pain
    • Mystery-schools one learned to accustom oneself to speak in the
    • on. In this way the mystic experienced in himself the Crucifixion. He
    • saw himself crucified. The outer symbol was that during the
    • earth is for men. The independence man attributes to himself is an
    • John Gospel itself, these things can be experienced.
    • Himself with whom one must be united. It is a question of belief in
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    • senses. The animal goes into the fields and feeds itself. —
    • intellectual art. Man has enmeshed himself in a net of intellect and
    • slave, so I myself shall one day be in command.’ And so life
    • himself. The occultist knows the truth of the words: “I am with
    • it is misunderstood, and theology itself became tainted with this
    • himself, he accumulated this sum in the course of his life. He
    • There are no inferior functions in the physical body itself; they are
    • was necessary for the astral body to descend and adapt itself to the
    • the astral body has not united itself with the material world without
    • It must itself become divine, must be purified, just as the physical
    • body, and the servant is the astral body. The Lord himself has made
    • not set himself above the Lord ....... (Lavater?) said: A
    • not put himself above the Lord. If, however, materialistic wisdom and
    • that has been drawn from the very source itself. Whoever has stood on
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    • senses. The animal goes into the fields and feeds itself. —
    • intellectual art. Man has enmeshed himself in a net of intellect and
    • slave, so I myself shall one day be in command.’ And so life
    • himself. The occultist knows the truth of the words: “I am with
    • it is misunderstood, and theology itself became tainted with this
    • himself, he accumulated this sum in the course of his life. He
    • There are no inferior functions in the physical body itself; they are
    • was necessary for the astral body to descend and adapt itself to the
    • the astral body has not united itself with the material world without
    • It must itself become divine, must be purified, just as the physical
    • body, and the servant is the astral body. The Lord himself has made
    • not set himself above the Lord ....... (Lavater?) said: A
    • not put himself above the Lord. If, however, materialistic wisdom and
    • that has been drawn from the very source itself. Whoever has stood on
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    • self-knowledge and thus prove a good preparation for the delegates'
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • itself. Everything that the will thus experiences as its destiny,
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • with things outside oneself. It is just because the soul wants to
    • himself in two, one part going to an office or a classroom, the other
    • that broke out. It is comparatively easy to train oneself to send out
    • matter itself becomes imbued with spirit as a result of one's having
    • everything falls so short of perfection, but because life itself
    • Anthroposophical Society and itself starts projects that call for the
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
    • if the kind I am referring to sometimes vents itself in a sort of
    • for a while, due to the fact that anthroposophy itself is full of
    • anthroposophy itself is, and instead ask questions like, “How
    • this talk, the Society itself is also eager to deal.
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    • self-knowledge and thus prove a good preparation for the delegates'
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • itself. Everything that the will thus experiences as its destiny,
    • person. He cannot just cut himself loose from external life and
    • where it becomes one's personal destiny. One feels oneself sharing
    • with things outside oneself. It is just because the soul wants to
    • himself in two, one part going to an office or a classroom, the other
    • that broke out. It is comparatively easy to train oneself to send out
    • matter itself becomes imbued with spirit as a result of one's having
    • everything falls so short of perfection, but because life itself
    • Anthroposophical Society and itself starts projects that call for the
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
    • if the kind I am referring to sometimes vents itself in a sort of
    • for a while, due to the fact that anthroposophy itself is full of
    • anthroposophy itself is, and instead ask questions like, “How
    • this talk, the Society itself is also eager to deal.
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    • continually to repeat and to reproduce from within itself all those movements
    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • that the etheric body cannot easily free itself; because he has so densely
    • place in its own light-body, it has liberated itself from the Ahrimanic
    • will not desire to understand it until one has called forth in one's self the
    • without preparing ourself for the understanding of it. In our day a far more
    • on all that can only be reached by a soul that has first prepared itself with
    • I will not say much on the subject, myself. You can read in Dr. Ed. Engel's
    • myself to join these observations to what I said today and yesterday in
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    • continually to repeat and to reproduce from within itself all those movements
    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • that the etheric body cannot easily free itself; because he has so densely
    • place in its own light-body, it has liberated itself from the Ahrimanic
    • will not desire to understand it until one has called forth in one's self the
    • without preparing ourself for the understanding of it. In our day a far more
    • on all that can only be reached by a soul that has first prepared itself with
    • I will not say much on the subject, myself. You can read in Dr. Ed. Engel's
    • myself to join these observations to what I said today and yesterday in
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    • energetic through many impressions asserts itself, and its inner
    • remained alive. You can see this for yourself if you look at the
    • indication of the necessity not to force yourself to remember
    • memory of the connections with life expresses itself in all that the
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    • medicine, irrespective of its various forms, still makes itself felt
    • medicine assumes greater and greater dimensions and insinuates itself
    • himself to be, he is nevertheless a materialist. For it does not
    • types of illnesses connected with the ego itself and therefore also
    • you see, the first thing you have to ask yourself when somebody comes
    • the stomach itself. In the domain of materialistic medicine, too, you
    • physical body itself, having to do with the physical body, and these
    • hope of forgiveness. For Paracelsus himself said he was not a man of
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • further that reveals itself to us is that the earth itself became
    • individuality the power to change himself Man always has an inner
    • became less and less capable of transforming himself through the
    • yourself actually there in those ancient times when man was entirely
    • himself off from his spiritual surroundings. The further we go back
    • fructification which, as an independent, self-contained being, he had
    • taken into himself from the world of the senses.
    • man, as an independent being, detached himself from the all-embracing
    • himself up in his individualism against the whole of this
    • himself off in his skin, then in addition to the characteristics of
    • body into his organism himself to begin with as he comes down from
    • remarkable presents itself to clairvoyant consciousness. This mineral
    • substance has become very thinly diffused and has itself acquired the
    • body to itself and removes it from the influences of the astral and
    • been dosing himself in this way for a long time applies for treatment
    • pull him hither and thither. If the human being has deprived himself
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • this ego that has freed itself in the daytime from the large cosmic
    • observation. If the physical body were entirely left to itself this
    • instance, if he were left entirely to himself, only approximate, of
    • upon himself in the cause of freedom, and his relationship to the
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
    • cannot heal by itself, and it has to receive the forces from other
    • has emancipated itself from outer rhythm, but he has kept his inner
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    • attempts to pull itself together and develop the forces within itself
    • expresses itself in four times seven. In the case of other illnesses
    • that it also separated itself from the sun for a certain length of
    • good to forget yourself, in this particular case it is not. For the
    • now. Nowadays man does not adjust himself very much to the cosmic
    • himself was a clock. His life's course, which he could clearly feel,
    • severing himself from external rhythm. He has become like a clock
    • inner life, in that he has lifted himself as it were out of the
    • forward, cannot sort himself out any more. This is what happened to
    • thought man has torn himself away from the great universal rhythm.
    • year because nature herself indicates this by making foods grow only
    • salvation to return to the old rhythm and ask himself how he should
    • created the cosmos, man has to permeate himself with a new rhythm if
    • and the astral body is changed into manas or spirit-self, the etheric
    • spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man, you have seven. And if you
    • macrocosmic rhythm again from out of yourself You are repeating the
    • rediscover within himself the laws with which to regulate the
    • will take into himself more and more from the world of his origins.
    • the cosmos. He will go further and feel himself filled with certain
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    • complexes of the physical body itself. That is, the ego has its chief
    • glandular system, and the physical body represents itself. Then we
    • connected with causes made by man himself in earlier lives. In order
    • the period of breaking himself of his habits, or Kamaloca.
    • if he put no obstacles in his own way. It is only by setting himself
    • beginning, that man should have the possibility of setting himself
    • in the spiritual world everything you yourself did in the external
    • the pain himself, and resolves to recompense A in a future life, that
    • whether we meet them again in the following life. That spreads itself
    • external connection with the karma our soul has set itself. For as it
    • developing himself in such a way that everything can come to
    • have brought it upon myself through my karma.’ For we should
    • existence into today's external existence, cladding himself first of
    • there for him to engender illness within himself in the way he can
    • before that for man to give rise to the process of illness in himself.
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    • distances, for it reveals itself in the most ordinary things of life.
    • itself does not begin until the child has come into the world. And
    • expressed in the desire to defend himself and restore the balance.
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • astral body within itself, squeezing together its forces, as it were.
    • body, compresses it as it were, to defend itself against being
    • definite form, a form that is complete in itself? This is because
    • human physical body, has to be more mobile within itself than an
    • him to imprint his own form on himself because his ego dwells within
    • we can see the way his particular individual soul forms itself more
    • still has this mobility because man can give himself his own form
    • himself that raises man above the other kingdoms.
    • taking an individual ego into himself and working from out of it on
    • himself can laugh and weep. The individuality of the ego begins at
    • itself in an external form like laughter and weeping.
    • compresses his astral body with his ego. He tries to make himself
    • invariably laughs when he fancies himself to be above what he sees.
    • at yourself or at someone else your ego is always feeling superior to
    • why laughter can be such a healthy thing. And this pluming oneself
    • be very healthy when it strengthens man's feeling of selfhood,
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    • or what we have learnt through anthroposophical science itself.
    • today not standing with his feet on the earth, but raising himself
    • himself with a body as airy as it was before, and he would have to be
    • tells us that at the North Pole itself earth conditions in Lemurian
    • and the moon are at their least. What has made itself felt since
    • spiritual species that did not concern itself very much with the
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • developing a strong consciousness of self within the bodily nature.
    • that it could become the bearer of self-consciousness in a harmonious
    • we see that in Atlantean times the human body could still form itself
    • actual ego being, a being with self-consciousness. These capacities
    • self-respect can even nowadays turn a man as it were yellow with
    • whose inner nature is showing itself right into his skin. Those
    • passive, self-effacing natures in whom just this passivity expresses
    • itself in the highest degree. This makes the people dreamy, and the
    • passivity and self-effacement. The Afro-Asiatic peoples do not
    • flowing out of myself and surrendering myself to the universe!
    • who belonged to the East would have said: I unite myself with the
    • one, all-embracing Brahma! Thou unitest thyself with Brahma! The
    • other man unites himself with Brahma, they all unite themselves with
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    • physical world when he leaves his mother's body and frees himself of
    • itself as a sum of impulses, instincts and passions. And this
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • himself between birth and death is added to what was there
    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • which he experiences by bringing himself into a relationship with
    • a Raphael painting. It would see what is there in the picture itself,
    • himself from relationships, something previously nonexistent. Thus on
    • given me, and out of them I have created for myself a new being.
    • distant future, of having not only a consciousness of himself but a
    • consciousness of having created himself, was already developed in
    • ego itself, man s new creation out of pure relations, which is no
    • which the ego produces out of itself. This the spirits of personality
    • himself of thoughts that have nothing to do with the thief and yet
    • is something that is added to things by man. When man devotes himself
    • to this pure logic, the ego creates something beyond itself.
    • the ego creates beyond itself when it develops pleasure or
    • in short, in everything that man himself produces. Let us say you see
    • yourself in that particular situation. Or, let us say, you see people
    • means of which man goes beyond himself and then advances further and
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    • himself. The thoughts conceived by divine-spiritual Beings in the
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    • soul must be involved. But life itself is a process of Becoming, of
    • ally himself with an Anthroposophical Movement if he is immediately
    • faced with a demand for self-development and told that he can only
    • only devote himself open-mindedly to this sense of truth, with the
    • enters the spiritual world it finds itself in a sphere in which it is
    • — that when he wishes to call a human soul to himself, it is
    • who says to himself: I must wait until the answer comes to me like a
    • particularly true of everything that man can himself bring about in
    • martyrdom of spiritual knowledge, in so far as it is self-knowledge
    • recently this fact presented itself to my spiritual sight with
    • self-absorption. Paradoxical though it may seem, I can only say that
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    • study that everyone can undertake for himself.
    • made between the ‘I’ itself and the ‘I’
    • the language he uses he speaks of himself as if he were another
    • have some consciousness of himself and to speak of himself in the
    • no possibility of any clear and distinct experience of himself as
    • ‘I’. After that point he can experience himself as an
    • Ego, as ‘I’; he finds himself so at home in his ‘I’
    • given yourself a hard bump! In the case of a child these collisions
    • consists in learning to distinguish himself from the world outside
    • and thus becoming aware of the self, the ‘I’, within him.
    • world the child acquires self-consciousness and says ‘I’
    • of himself. Once ‘I’-consciousness has been acquired the
    • of himself, and there is nothing further to be learnt by this means
    • life itself makes it obvious that we can also work destructively upon
    • man must himself possess some quality that will enable him to
    • and make no contact with them. This self-isolation is an outcome of
    • everything transitory in physical things and in man himself is after
    • of a different religion — no matter whether he calls himself
    • asks himself: To what extent is he Christ-like? The fact of knowing
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
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    • relationships he himself prepared during his existence on Earth. It
    • we allowed the relationship caused by our self-incurred debt of love
    • that the dead himself can change them. Above all during the first
    • greater influence on the dead than the dead has on himself or others
    • find Anthroposophy he might himself have become a very good adherent.
    • between the astral body and the ‘I’ expresses itself as a
    • feeling of depression, dissatisfaction with oneself. After death, the
    • now asserts itself and becomes an intense wish for Anthroposophy.
    • happen that after death he himself would have an opportunity of
    • not only to gather for himself the fruits of physical existence
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • world and in himself, establishes some kind of association between
    • feelings. If he develops such feelings he is preparing himself to
    • is to be seen inside the watch itself. Or let us take another
    • our existence on Earth, for the soul to express itself. But it is
    • that would enable the soul to express itself.
    • shining. In his Ego and astral body man has emancipated himself from
    • united Himself with the Earth and its forces and has thus made it
    • possible for man to take into himself the Christ-force on Earth;
    • thirteenth century by the poet himself, so it cannot be called a mere
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    • is making use of his senses, as long as he lets himself be guided and
    • as if you could duplicate yourself, move around while leaving
    • yourself at the centre, and could drink in the forces of the
    • the world of stars and draw its forces into himself.
    • BC. and was the founder of logic, of the art of judgement; he himself
    • witness of how the forces he took into himself together with the
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    • had revealed himself at the time of the birth of Jesus; and he
    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • make it possible for every human soul to discover for itself the path
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    • there at all or merely continuing to live knowing nothing of itself,
    • must also have some knowledge of itself. Thus the immortality of the
    • already present and manifests itself in a very striking way.
    • and very special effort is required on his part to lift himself out
    • made the first effort to lift yourself from the crawling into the
    • has its natural habitation and asserts itself during the first months
    • the sway of gravity out of which he must lift himself with the help
    • himself and his outer form. By his own efforts he has to make his way
    • the part of the human being which expresses itself through gestures —
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    • he begins to feel and know himself as an ‘I’, when
    • into his very self something that in the next life on Earth will make
    • on Earth, which was that man should free himself from the need for
    • the period between death and rebirth. The Buddha himself appeared in
    • Christ Himself leads men between death and rebirth through the Mars
    • pupil of Buddha in the life between death and rebirth reveals itself
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    • himself. The thoughts conceived by divine-spiritual Beings in the
    • with man himself. In other words, what a man can observe if he is not
    • reason we cannot see it. After all, the eye cannot see itself while
    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • immediate present when he concerns himself only with his memory. The
    • on man himself. It is actually as if everything else were blotted out
    • sleep, this human body itself has a singular appearance, a
    • man bears within himself characteristics inherited from his
    • time between death and rebirth a human being himself begins to
    • connection between himself and the whole line of his ancestors. And
    • the Earth. The physical body we bear is in itself fourfold. It has
    • earthly realm itself. Everything else stems from cosmic, not from
    • is when the human being concerned ceases to concern himself only with
    • soul itself at this moment experiences a severe shock. The only
    • itself with colours as such. In reality it takes no account of the
    • actual quality of colour but concerns itself only with the vibrations
    • itself into vibrations and wave-lengths. This kind of observation
    • himself as belonging to a Movement for the promulgation of Spiritual
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    • not only find himself living amid a multitude of super-sensible facts
    • acquired in the super-sensible world itself; it must be acquired here,
    • itself occurs because we shall then discover what the facts are —
    • speak, for speech does not come of itself. So our free-thinking
    • idea, assuming one can get hold of it, cancels itself out.
    • individual of this type might say: I seek within myself in order that
    • own self made into God! In the case of many pious souls it becomes
    • makes efforts to adapt himself to his environment and its demands.
    • In such cases the soul cannot adapt itself to the environment is not
    • effects. A man who makes efforts to adapt himself to his environment,
    • falling asleep, is preparing himself to become, after death, a helper
    • seemed that he was trying to make himself noticed by means of all
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    • firmament itself. The soul or, let us say, the actual spiritual
    • during which the soul feels bound to disengage itself gradually from
    • this stage, when the human being has weaned himself from fostering
    • rids himself of all longing to be connected with a physical body,
    • however, he then rids himself of this longing too.
    • external to itself the ‘archetype’, as it were, of the
    • place through the man throwing himself completely into the life of
    • ability to grasp the thought that he himself is related to all
    • clearer to us through spiritual experience. And man himself comes to
    • he belongs to the spirit-world. He is aware of himself as a spirit
    • in his own self the word of the Primordial Spirit: ‘I am the
    • earthly rendering of what is a self-evident experience in the Mars
    • you now know to be the Mars region and in which a self-evident
    • starry firmament itself. From the descriptions that were given from
    • itself entirely from the element of personality. In the Mars region,
    • put it today, receives the Buddha-impulse, it frees itself from
    • liberates itself spiritually by recognising that all ties of blood
    • liberate itself entirely from the particular creed to which it
    • Jupiter region only if it is able to liberate itself from the
    • religious beliefs; and then it must free itself so completely from
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    • only in a very few instances able to correct the notes himself his
    • taken into account: “Errors occurring in transcripts which I myself
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    • (The Effect of Occult Development upon the Self and the Sheaths of Man)
    • gradually to raise himself consciously to what the Holy Grail is
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    • far-distant spiritual worlds and would not unveil itself.
    • full activity within oneself, the impression is received that neither
    • while steeping oneself in that past world of ideas, of anything told
    • But if one places oneself in this thought-world, and has
    • says to oneself: Yes, as this thinking flowers into idea, with Plato
    • and brings it to a loftier view of itself. Whatever else you may
    • in yourself; in your thinking you lay hold, as it were, of your own
    • immerses himself with clairvoyant perception in the world of thought
    • soul says to itself — that in this third world lies the true
    • makes itself felt in the thought world of Graeco-Roman antiquity.
    • Then one feels oneself here on Earth, but carried away from the world
    • to oneself: Yes, the experience of the isolation of thought, and of
    • yourself living in the midst of that. And then you wait ... and truly
    • Now, anyone who steeps himself in the Gnosis of that
    • the Gnosis that the world in which he finds himself, the world he
    • Aeon-world only by saying to oneself: To the thirty-first stage there
    • herself. And she separated from herself that which existed in her as
    • If you look into yourself, without raising yourself into
    • itself that which is revealed by looking out into the world of the
    • sense of the Gnosis — raised himself above everything in which
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    • culture-epochs, we find the Bible itself indicating that a certain
    • beyond anything a human being can experience in himself in so far as
    • world-spirit itself. Only the outermost fringe of the world-spirit
    • that this strangeness explains itself, in a certain sense, when
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    • are not confined to those who incarnate on the Earth itself; there
    • which divided itself among single human souls remained behind, and
    • affected by a colour that it would have felt itself permeated with
    • response to this cry made himself fitted to be permeated by the
    • been able to restrain himself from hurling himself greedily upon a
    • Earth itself is essentially the scene of action for the Ego. The
    • of human evolution. Thereby he called to himself the high Sun-spirit,
    • was still making itself felt at that later time.
    • can say: The Christ “ensouled” himself in an angelic
    • Being. We say of Christ that he embodied himself in Jesus of
    • spiritual worlds: the Christ “ensouled” himself in an
    • had actually to connect himself with the Dragon-nature; to take on as
    • through the lips of the Pythia. And the Greeks, that self-conscious
    • Being once sank Himself into a Being of the Hierarchy of Angels and
    • before birth he had not rightly devoted himself to the influence of
    • reflection revered by the Greeks, but Apollo himself? A celestial
    • Now, at this fourth stage, this Being made himself ripe
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    • creates, and nourishes itself in creating, in that which takes the
    • world-pictures into itself, absorbing them spiritually and carrying
    • form into man something taken from the Earth itself. He wishes to
    • substance a living soul into man. So Jahve unites himself through his
    • itself.
    • was connected with the Earth and its forces. Jahve felt himself as
    • will find that the prophet sets himself — and that is the aim
    • of his training — to suppress in himself the Sibylline urge and
    • sinking himself into it and speaking through her. The Prophets wanted
    • reveals itself in the Ego through calm repose, when the Sibylline
    • Pythia had to prepare himself, so that the god might be able to speak
    • of Himself. As the moon reflects the sunlight, so did Jahve reflect
    • himself never went about on Earth. If you reflect on that, the
    • Earth itself. The Christ entered into the forces which the Jahve-god
    • We can feel it in his words. He immerses himself, as it were, in
    • Geology up to himself, then it was that — inspired by the olive
    • share the same root and sap as the olive, do not make yourself
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    • of Rome — himself.
    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • the truth which can of itself impart a kind of conviction of its
    • the Holy Vessel itself “Parsifal” was to shine. I was
    • to be there, as the saga itself tells us; and now we need to recall
    • and wanted to be a knight himself, she put on him a fool's
    • distinguished himself, he came to the Castle of the Grail. On other
    • night, how he devoted himself to nature by day and to the stars by
    • night, as if the stellar script had spoken to his unconscious self
    • very well interpret it, however much one may try to immerse oneself
    • exoteric research itself tells us how Kyot came to these words —
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    • final result and have nothing to do with the result itself.
    • itself. I have pointed to the fact that in the gold-gleaming sickle
    • able to perceive in himself something of the Christ Impulse at work
    • constrained to say to himself: “Let us guard ourselves against
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • revelation of the spirit. He had vowed himself to the Jahve-god who
    • myself to you in all humility, while praying the Almighty to protect
    • who, one might say, was justified in feeling himself permeated with
    • forms or impressions of itself in all directions, and in this way
    • experiences all harmonious changes and objects outside itself. As it
    • from out of itself, or they would not have such a high degree of
    • unceasing pain from his wound? What was this time? The saga itself
    • oneself above those earthly ties and from the influence of the old
    • Astrology. A man had to raise himself if he was to find the old
    • which had freed itself from everything earthly.
    • fear of all that reveals itself from the heavens. This outlook had to
    • came from above had to establish itself. And in such forces as those
    • Earth with the Moon-Mother. For the Christ, Who had poured Himself
    • Thus we see how the new age declares itself; how the
    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
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    • all this man — however well he believes he knows himself
    • outer testimony of life itself and daily service are proof of his
    • of perception, the memory proves itself independent? Let us ask life to
    • answered by seeing whether they are verified by life itself.
    • anything that happened. He made no difficulty over allowing himself to
    • clearly shown by Nature herself lets us see how matters stand when we
    • pictures. She looks back on a world she believes herself to have
    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
    • itself a reality but no true reflection, and merely points to the fact
    • himself to the peace and blessedness through which life acquires
    • meaning. The quality of the experience, not the experience itself,
    • more. So we can say that following the dream the man felt himself
    • filled with a greater capacity for expressing himself in his drawing.
    • consciousness, its task is completed, and after expressing itself in a
    • mankind is involved in continuous self-transformation. Man is sometimes
    • soul life. We now begin to understand how man has to look upon himself
    • observes in this way can convince himself of it — that in early
    • offers — he feels himself leaving his every day world and
    • it not be that life itself offers millions of possibilities, whereas
    • himself to a definite thought or chain of thoughts, thus performing the
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    • all this man — however well he believes he knows himself
    • outer testimony of life itself and daily service are proof of his
    • of perception, the memory proves itself independent? Let us ask life to
    • answered by seeing whether they are verified by life itself.
    • anything that happened. He made no difficulty over allowing himself to
    • clearly shown by Nature herself lets us see how matters stand when we
    • pictures. She looks back on a world she believes herself to have
    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
    • itself a reality but no true reflection, and merely points to the fact
    • himself to the peace and blessedness through which life acquires
    • meaning. The quality of the experience, not the experience itself,
    • more. So we can say that following the dream the man felt himself
    • filled with a greater capacity for expressing himself in his drawing.
    • consciousness, its task is completed, and after expressing itself in a
    • mankind is involved in continuous self-transformation. Man is sometimes
    • soul life. We now begin to understand how man has to look upon himself
    • observes in this way can convince himself of it — that in early
    • offers — he feels himself leaving his every day world and
    • it not be that life itself offers millions of possibilities, whereas
    • himself to a definite thought or chain of thoughts, thus performing the
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    • for itself and embodies itself. The laws of the Moon evolution, the
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • you yourself who thinks, the thoughts rise up out of you.”
    • thoughts arose out of himself. It began to occur to him that perhaps
    • ‘One creates thoughts oneself ... well, then, what have
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • of man himself: from the etheric body to the sentient body, to the
    • comes from Spirit itself, philosophically at first, otherwise
    • himself.
    • born. But in modern times it comes to actual self-consciousness in
    • not brought into it, but results of itself out of the very subject
    • the stage of its self-consciousness and since the 16th
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • As Spirit of negation, self-possession,
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    • for itself and embodies itself. The laws of the Moon evolution, the
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • you yourself who thinks, the thoughts rise up out of you.”
    • thoughts arose out of himself. It began to occur to him that perhaps
    • ‘One creates thoughts oneself ... well, then, what have
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • of man himself: from the etheric body to the sentient body, to the
    • comes from Spirit itself, philosophically at first, otherwise
    • himself.
    • born. But in modern times it comes to actual self-consciousness in
    • not brought into it, but results of itself out of the very subject
    • the stage of its self-consciousness and since the 16th
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
    • As Spirit of negation, self-possession,
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    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • twofold aspect. It reveals itself in the environment of the Earth and
    • human heart, succeeds in relating himself to the Sun's light in such
    • itself. What the Moon is able to reflect from the whole universe
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • He speaks only of himself, tells us only what he himself is. And what
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • Saturn presents himself to us as the heavenly individuality who has
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • he holds its secrets of this kind within himself.
    • grasped with thoughtful intelligence. If a man does not himself make
    • universe. Her attitude is that if she were to expose herself to the
    • the world. Venus receives into herself everything that comes from the
    • misused freedom is moulded into destiny — until destiny itself
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    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • twofold aspect. It reveals itself in the environment of the Earth and
    • human heart, succeeds in relating himself to the Sun's light in such
    • itself. What the Moon is able to reflect from the whole universe
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • He speaks only of himself, tells us only what he himself is. And what
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • Saturn presents himself to us as the heavenly individuality who has
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • he holds its secrets of this kind within himself.
    • grasped with thoughtful intelligence. If a man does not himself make
    • universe. Her attitude is that if she were to expose herself to the
    • the world. Venus receives into herself everything that comes from the
    • misused freedom is moulded into destiny — until destiny itself
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    • himself, as it were, abandoned and lonely in the midst of the
    • such as he presents himself as an individual corporality,
    • — The earth itself. For this rhythm is regulated through
    • When we therefore say: The air breathes within us, it uses itself up
    • out, as he himself designated it.
    • recognising that the earth itself breathes just as if it were a
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    • himself, as it were, abandoned and lonely in the midst of the
    • such as he presents himself as an individual corporality,
    • — The earth itself. For this rhythm is regulated through
    • When we therefore say: The air breathes within us, it uses itself up
    • out, as he himself designated it.
    • recognising that the earth itself breathes just as if it were a
  • Title: Geographic Medicine: Lecture I
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    • apologize not only to the world in general but to himself if he
    • structure of nature. He believes that he has to regard himself as
    • occupies itself. The possibility of developing conceptual beliefs in
    • view. This natural scientific mode of observation sets itself the
    • the anthroposophical sense finds itself in another position. And by
    • resolved. It is a contradiction that poses itself with immutable
    • sense of touch but experienced only inwardly, experienced itself
    • within itself, unable as yet to feel, to touch, what is there outside
    • person struggling with knowledge feels himself purely
    • sense-perceptible world by its impact with it, differentiating itself
    • cold. In the same way, when what has lived only inwardly opens itself
    • being enclosed within oneself, spiritual eyes, spiritual ears
    • what the soul must take upon itself in the way of inner activity and
    • itself at all to the life of mental images, the life of concepts, in
    • it. You are able to form this mental image yourself. You will often
    • on a short stalk, the rose is not real in itself. It can be real only
    • spiritual investigator must accustom himself to regarding every
    • itself is renewed, and we do not thereby get the crippled, dead
    • itself in a living reality, how mental images themselves must be
    • therefore seeks out the object, the thing, the being itself. If we
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    • he makes for himself a spiritual conception, as can be offered by
    • One must permeate oneself with this feeling if one wishes to
    • face the terrible prospect of condemning himself, as soul, to inhabit
    • itself over the entire world, but we are not able to distinguish
    • himself from the beings of the spiritual world and have them before
    • you yourself love this destructive work.
    • conquers for himself through spiritual concepts. Let us not forget
    • conceptions is able to become an evil force. A force in itself is
    • this world with the organism in which he has clothed himself but
    • place within, within the human being himself.
    • earth, with which he permeates himself, gives him many weaknesses,
    • a mere sheath of the double, through whom the double himself works
    • heads. The educated part of humanity need not bother itself with
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • correspond with these descriptions, I shall never adapt myself to such
    • special aspects of truth, spiritual science itself will also acquire
    • spiritual world itself, will be solved.
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • unites himself with the thoughts which we send out to him from the
    • forces coming from the earth itself, forces which men develop as they
    • will, for instance, grow more and more obstinate and self-willed (we
    • fulfils itself between birth and death. But we also work upon the
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    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • correspond with these descriptions, I shall never adapt myself to such
    • special aspects of truth, spiritual science itself will also acquire
    • spiritual world itself, will be solved.
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • unites himself with the thoughts which we send out to him from the
    • forces coming from the earth itself, forces which men develop as they
    • will, for instance, grow more and more obstinate and self-willed (we
    • fulfils itself between birth and death. But we also work upon the
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    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • and feeling and outlook — our outlook on the world itself, or
    • say, our soul's interest in the surrounding world which makes itself
    • forces of our etheric body, and it makes itself felt in this way.
    • weaves itself into the forces of the spiritual world. We must be very
    • so only if you feel yourself, by virtue of this knowledge, within the
    • spiritual world; if you know yourself quite definitely as a member in
    • the spiritual world. Then you will say to yourself: the thought you
    • is in some abnormal state or has normally prepared himself by proper
    • conveys to his etheric body what he himself wishes to transmit to us
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • trained can make himself a certain substitute. For instance —
    • into something far more inward) — one can give oneself up to
    • perhaps, he finds himself obliged to do this or that by way of
    • the Gate of Death. Through his etheric body, with which he himself
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • if he is able, so to speak, to take into himself some portion of the
    • transform himself as to receive into his own being something of the
    • truly say to himself, ‘I am taking on his habits to such an
    • coming thus near to the dead, provided the dead person himself allows
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    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • and feeling and outlook — our outlook on the world itself, or
    • say, our soul's interest in the surrounding world which makes itself
    • forces of our etheric body, and it makes itself felt in this way.
    • weaves itself into the forces of the spiritual world. We must be very
    • so only if you feel yourself, by virtue of this knowledge, within the
    • spiritual world; if you know yourself quite definitely as a member in
    • the spiritual world. Then you will say to yourself: the thought you
    • is in some abnormal state or has normally prepared himself by proper
    • conveys to his etheric body what he himself wishes to transmit to us
    • can inscribe in it what lives within himself, and thus enable us to
    • trained can make himself a certain substitute. For instance —
    • into something far more inward) — one can give oneself up to
    • perhaps, he finds himself obliged to do this or that by way of
    • the Gate of Death. Through his etheric body, with which he himself
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • if he is able, so to speak, to take into himself some portion of the
    • transform himself as to receive into his own being something of the
    • truly say to himself, ‘I am taking on his habits to such an
    • coming thus near to the dead, provided the dead person himself allows
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    • consciousness which the human soul can develop in itself will change
    • itself for the peculiarities and requirements there — it would
    • you confront a new situation; you can never lose yourself in another
    • sense world, the consciousness of ‘I am myself.’ In the
    • able to change itself continuously and adapt itself to every sort of
    • immerse itself in other entities without losing itself in the
    • sense world is the world of self-contained forms, for here the
    • it wants to unfold itself there. Then in the physical sense world we
    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • itself from physical constraints he may imagine himself to be the
    • conducting itself differently on this side and that. We have
    • how to conduct oneself in both worlds; one may not carry over into
    • for finding and feeling oneself in the elemental world is the faculty
    • permanently in a state of being able to transform itself as a human
    • world the human being is a self, an ego, an ‘I’. It is
    • necessary for this feeling of self. The forces of the physical body,
    • feel himself an ego, an ‘I’. It is different in the
    • elemental world. There the human being himself must achieve to some
    • develop no feeling of self in the elemental world if he does not
    • exert his will, if he himself does not do the willing. This, however,
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    • consciousness which the human soul can develop in itself will change
    • itself for the peculiarities and requirements there — it would
    • you confront a new situation; you can never lose yourself in another
    • sense world, the consciousness of ‘I am myself.’ In the
    • able to change itself continuously and adapt itself to every sort of
    • immerse itself in other entities without losing itself in the
    • sense world is the world of self-contained forms, for here the
    • it wants to unfold itself there. Then in the physical sense world we
    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • itself from physical constraints he may imagine himself to be the
    • conducting itself differently on this side and that. We have
    • how to conduct oneself in both worlds; one may not carry over into
    • for finding and feeling oneself in the elemental world is the faculty
    • permanently in a state of being able to transform itself as a human
    • world the human being is a self, an ego, an ‘I’. It is
    • necessary for this feeling of self. The forces of the physical body,
    • feel himself an ego, an ‘I’. It is different in the
    • elemental world. There the human being himself must achieve to some
    • develop no feeling of self in the elemental world if he does not
    • exert his will, if he himself does not do the willing. This, however,
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    • comes out automatically; it is as if the brain itself has lost its
    • to his own self. Through inner exercises he sought to attain what
    • consciousness of the ‘I’ the feeling of selfhood. This
    • the yogi had first to develop in himself.
    • ordinary consciousness of self that we have today with that of the
    • consciousness of self, then, through the inner effort, one was
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • being bound up with the subject, is able to unite itself with the
    • and breath. In so doing he identified himself with what his
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • comes out automatically; it is as if the brain itself has lost its
    • to his own self. Through inner exercises he sought to attain what
    • consciousness of the ‘I’ the feeling of selfhood. This
    • the yogi had first to develop in himself.
    • ordinary consciousness of self that we have today with that of the
    • consciousness of self, then, through the inner effort, one was
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • being bound up with the subject, is able to unite itself with the
    • and breath. In so doing he identified himself with what his
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • presents himself to us in the physical world; and for this reason, I
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • the spirit, as the Spirit that is extricating itself from the
    • which our spiritual part extricated itself from the physical. We know
    • spiritual has freed itself from our physical part. When we cannot
    • to say, we look upon our own self, from outside; we look into a
    • this life-tableau, by this etheric life that frees itself from us
    • day possess upon Jupiter: namely, the Spirit-Self.
    • A Spirit-Self is therefore born to us through the fact
    • Spirit-Self comes to birth spiritually, not in the form in which we
    • The etheric body has now detached itself, so that we
    • now have the astral body, the ego and the Spirit-Self.
    • We now consist of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and ego.
    • acquire self-consciousness, which is the earliest moment of life
    • itself, as it were, into our being. Just because it develops so
    • yourself. You must therefore build up in inner activity the image of
    • to feel: ‘I experience myself together with this soul.’
    • the many deaths of self-sacrifice.
    • self-sacrifice! Imagine what this would mean! In that case, all
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    • presents himself to us in the physical world; and for this reason, I
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • the spirit, as the Spirit that is extricating itself from the
    • which our spiritual part extricated itself from the physical. We know
    • spiritual has freed itself from our physical part. When we cannot
    • to say, we look upon our own self, from outside; we look into a
    • this life-tableau, by this etheric life that frees itself from us
    • day possess upon Jupiter: namely, the Spirit-Self.
    • A Spirit-Self is therefore born to us through the fact
    • Spirit-Self comes to birth spiritually, not in the form in which we
    • The etheric body has now detached itself, so that we
    • now have the astral body, the ego and the Spirit-Self.
    • We now consist of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and ego.
    • acquire self-consciousness, which is the earliest moment of life
    • itself, as it were, into our being. Just because it develops so
    • yourself. You must therefore build up in inner activity the image of
    • to feel: ‘I experience myself together with this soul.’
    • the many deaths of self-sacrifice.
    • self-sacrifice! Imagine what this would mean! In that case, all
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    • when we approach the world which has received into itself our dead,
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • and unites itself with the earth, as we say, — if we consider
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • the spiritual world, consciousness, self-consciousness is the result
    • of death — that death stimulates this self-consciousness, in
    • visible to us. It unites itself with the whole universe;
    • for instance, to follow what the dead beholds: that part of himself
    • even if we were unable to come into contact with the Being itself,
    • carries both the consciousness and the self-consciousness of the
    • in any way excited through these exercises, he will damage himself.
    • and that he says to himself: — With my eyes I see red, blue,
    • of the surface, as it were, and thrusts itself at us. Whereas blue,
    • soul pours itself into the blue colour, how it is accepted with a
    • the Building, must himself create all that is in it — its forms
    • reciprocal has taken place between himself and the object which he
    • consciousness. He will say to himself, when he sees something: —
    • outside. What reveals itself here through feeling and will, remains
    • Our Ego lights up in self-consciousness through the
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    • when we approach the world which has received into itself our dead,
    • himself of four parts, which are well known to us: physical body,
    • and unites itself with the earth, as we say, — if we consider
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • the spiritual world, consciousness, self-consciousness is the result
    • of death — that death stimulates this self-consciousness, in
    • visible to us. It unites itself with the whole universe;
    • for instance, to follow what the dead beholds: that part of himself
    • even if we were unable to come into contact with the Being itself,
    • carries both the consciousness and the self-consciousness of the
    • in any way excited through these exercises, he will damage himself.
    • and that he says to himself: — With my eyes I see red, blue,
    • of the surface, as it were, and thrusts itself at us. Whereas blue,
    • soul pours itself into the blue colour, how it is accepted with a
    • the Building, must himself create all that is in it — its forms
    • reciprocal has taken place between himself and the object which he
    • consciousness. He will say to himself, when he sees something: —
    • outside. What reveals itself here through feeling and will, remains
    • Our Ego lights up in self-consciousness through the
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    • astral body, itself evolves in respect of the relationships between
    • claims them for itself, with the result that the direct influence
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • physical body it was able to open itself to a higher world, to the
    • the future, will chain the astral and etheric bodies to itself, and
    • himself to develop those strong forces which were formerly poured by
    • pliable bodily forms in which the spiritual was expressing itself
    • deeply he acquaints himself with spiritual ideas, the more will his
    • longer emancipate itself from the physical body. In such
    • drawing the etheric body and also the astral body to itself. By this
    • considering the development of the individual himself, account
    • it is as if some of this force were cut off, as if he himself were
    • wisest can learn most from a child. And when someone who is himself
    • himself has no knowledge of what is streaming down into him and those
    • so to transform and make himself master of his external sheaths that
    • actually facing a withering process and takes into itself the
    • should sternly dissociate itself. And then it will assuredly
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    • astral body, itself evolves in respect of the relationships between
    • claims them for itself, with the result that the direct influence
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • physical body it was able to open itself to a higher world, to the
    • the future, will chain the astral and etheric bodies to itself, and
    • himself to develop those strong forces which were formerly poured by
    • pliable bodily forms in which the spiritual was expressing itself
    • deeply he acquaints himself with spiritual ideas, the more will his
    • longer emancipate itself from the physical body. In such
    • drawing the etheric body and also the astral body to itself. By this
    • considering the development of the individual himself, account
    • it is as if some of this force were cut off, as if he himself were
    • wisest can learn most from a child. And when someone who is himself
    • himself has no knowledge of what is streaming down into him and those
    • so to transform and make himself master of his external sheaths that
    • actually facing a withering process and takes into itself the
    • should sternly dissociate itself. And then it will assuredly
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    • not acquired — through the School itself or in an equivalent
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    • decline. Angels transform their Astral body into Spirit-self or
    • and man must do this first within himself. Equilateral triangle
    • self-consciousness they could reach spiritual worlds unaided and
    • selfishness. The physical body to sickness and death. Midgard,
    • snake, selfishness. Fenris-wolf, self-deceit. The wolf pursues
    • The sixth age of civilisation when the Spirit-self shines into the
    • as a stimulus, and prove it by life itself. Anthroposophical
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    • magnet lie in the direction North-South in the needle itself. He
    • Self-knowledge of the Folk.” Presumably the time has now come
    • when the fate of humanity itself teaches the truth of this view.
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    • is one who is able to identify himself with the great mission of
    • certain respect free himself. Now the ‘homeless’ men of
    • Self-knowledge of the Folk.’ In ancient Greece, in the
    • Apollonic Mysteries the sentence ‘Know thyself’ played a
    • different, a being, in fact, just as man himself is a being; only man
    • us a sensibly perceptible outer side. A human being presents himself
    • himself in an external form that can be perceived or felt by the
    • by the name of Spirit-self or Manas. In the same way a still higher
    • ‘ I ’ itself as inwardly organized. It works
    • astral body, such as man has it from the past, and the Spirit-self or
    • developing as Spirit-self or Manas very little can be found in man
    • On the other hand man has prepared himself for this
    • to master his three lower members. He has prepared himself by having
    • beginning of Spirit-self or Manas, — four different members. We
    • Here we have man as a being such as he presents himself
    • upon the beginnings of the Spirit-self. At the present time we see
    • self-conscious human condition, so during the earlier conditions of
    • Spirit-Self or Manas? Just as we during the next incarnation of the
    • astral body into the Spirit-self or Manas, so have the Angels, those
    • their astral bodies into Spirit-self or Manas, or they will finish it
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    • itself in three ways in man. It is the etheric aura of the people
    • Naturally man himself also advances through their work; it reacts
    • embodies himself in the world, lives again for a time in the
    • spiritual world, and then embodies himself again somewhere else. When
    • possess the secret of how the Folk-spirit shows himself to us in his
    • to himself if the Spirits of Form had not formed the brain into that
    • and that is speech itself. We must therefore look upon what confronts
    • express in words, that by which he shows himself to be a member of
    • activity of the Zeitgeist, something which manifests itself in the
    • it to man himself to observe what is brought about in the physical,
    • Spirits of Personality by whom he allows himself to be stirred to do
    • thought manifests itself physically from within, just as in the
    • purest temperament, is itself a product of that temperament. That is
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    • able to interest himself in them intensely and directly. But as the
    • itself, as the folk-character of the single human individual.
    • called human self-consciousness. Nevertheless the ‘ I ’
    • call the sentient-soul. It first works itself out and begins to
    • body, prepare the transformation of the astral body itself, of the
    • works and imprints itself, is represented by these three
    • need not go outside yourself. You may imagine for one moment, that
    • inner experience, that which takes place in the consciousness itself.
    • of the human sentient-soul, and tell yourself that all that is in the
    • from within, and indeed exactly so far as man permeates himself
    • were inwards, but can, by means of the senses, open itself outwards
    • his highest member, encloses within itself the sentient, the
    • which then spreads itself out in a world of higher realms, in a realm
    • incorporating himself occurs, when there is a people living in the
    • down into a people and embodies himself in it. In the same way too,
    • finished the transforming of their astral bodies into Spirit-self or
    • body into Spirit-self or Manas, but have not yet concluded their
    • who expresses himself in the Spirit of the Age becomes, so to speak,
    • had to sever itself from the common folk; that is the case with the
    • In that which incorporated itself here, in the difference in the
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    • itself, before it attained its present condition, had to go through
    • become capable of taking into himself an ‘ I ’.
    • as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and through our Earth period itself in so far
    • saying ‘ I ’ to himself, of gradually coming to
    • followed a normal development he would only then come out of himself
    • twenty-first year of his life, when he finds himself bound to the
    • upon that place, because he unites himself to the earth in a state
    • part of the earth and which afterwards propagated itself in mankind
    • objectively. If you consider what presents itself, if you consider
    • civilization itself, the further it goes towards the West, assumes a
    • lived more towards the East. The law thus revealed verifies itself
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    • presents itself as forces which come out of the earth and radiate
    • our earth to form itself into just such a planet as it now is. The
    • which expresses itself on the surface of our earth by the fact that
    • Spirits of Will or Thrones. But another element always mingles itself
    • conditions. Hence, that which to-day shows itself as will, is to be
    • which later, during the earth evolution, manifests itself as will. It
    • self-knowledge can feel that the inner balance of present-day man is
    • thought, feeling and will within himself, by means of which he can
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    • essential ‘ I ’-man would express himself. But
    • of the Spirits of Form should detach Himself from the community; so
    • isolate Himself, in order that through
    • himself the whole human nature. But now from the Mercury centre the
    • ‘ I ’ images itself in the blood; the astral
    • system, and only the physical body stands for itself, it is an image
    • laws within itself. The ‘ I ’ reflects itself
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • Himself off from the other Elohim and invests this people with a
    • God Jahve describes Himself in the Semitic people as the God Who
    • generations. By describing Himself as ‘I am the God of Abraham,
    • of One still greater, set itself the task of investigating into the
    • manner; it has withdrawn into itself and left man alone with his hard
    • who revealed himself to man in ancient Atlantis. The Atlantean had
    • not taken into himself all that the Venus, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter
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    • the Age who had gradually evolved himself up from the rank of the
    • and synthetically devoting itself to the unity; hence, for example,
    • age that the Archangel of Greece raised himself out of the various
    • himself became manifest, when he had become the Spirit of the Age, in
    • guiding Spirit of the Greeks, placed himself in front of the
    • had then raised himself to be the Zeitgeist, or the Spirit of the Age
    • striving in a certain respect to raise himself up to spiritual
    • post-Atlantean age of civilization, and the people itself gives a
    • had raised himself to a certain rank among the Spirits of Form. Now
    • of that Spirit of the Age who had placed himself in front of the
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    • this fact prevented the Easterner from interesting himself at the
    • their ‘ I ’ awoke to full self-consciousness.
    • awoke to self-consciousness when they were already furnished with
    • Odin himself worked upon his peoples in order to make speech possible
    • expresses itself directly in sound. Odin at his initiation obtained
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • etheric body, whilst making itself at home in the physical body —
    • itself at an abnormal stage of evolution, where it is present even
    • when the subordinate soul-powers are being developed, feels itself to
    • very advanced if he had evolved himself normally further, but who
    • He was present when the ‘ I ’ membered itself
    • itself into speech correspond outside in the macrocosm to thunder and
    • from the astral, his inner being unites itself with him; he
    • also understand when Initiates told him how the world forms itself
    • events have a past, which he himself can still see as a working of
    • Ginnungagap, is about the time when the earth begins to form itself
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    • higher Beings, and he himself could do nothing in the matter. The
    • oneself. The chief requirement there is to be impersonal.
    • himself in the human organism. Man would see the world differently if
    • conquest of Ahriman and to uniting himself to the Spirits who in this
    • placed himself between the two. He said to himself: ‘In the
    • itself in these forces. The Luciferic element was felt in that power
    • merely yield himself to some external power, but who possesses within
    • himself the firm kernel of existence and wishes to act out of
    • himself.
    • else proceeded also from this influence. Lucifer conceals himself
    • would have held if he had only devoted himself to Odin and the Asa,
    • itself in the astral body and thence works upon all the three members
    • makes itself felt in three different ways: in the astral body, in the
    • astral body, the purely inner part of man, the self is permeated with
    • the Luciferic influence and this appears as selfishness. The etheric
    • the astral body selfishness, in the etheric body lying and
    • selfishness. I should like to draw your attention to the fact that
    • is selfishness, in the etheric body lying and untruthfulness, and in
    • three offspring. The first is the one who brings about selfishness.
    • that which to us is an abstract lie, expressed itself at once as an
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    • Thor. We have seen that each single individual felt himself to be
    • still felt himself attached to a group-soul, belonging to a whole
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • forth. Sif is the being who unites herself with the God of the
    • forces of the etheric body itself.
    • of the Higher Feelings, and worked in that. He himself was only able
    • Spiritual Soul itself — in some way or other fertilizes the
    • the contents of the Spiritual Soul itself, and looks upon Nature
    • Chinese, that shuts itself off and remains rigid, repeating what
    • Spirit-Self can specially develop? Let us recollect that the Etheric
    • the laying hold of the Spirit-Self by the Spiritual Soul, so that the
    • Spirit-Self shines into the Spiritual Soul, which, as that is the
    • one, for it must reverently await the penetrating of the Spirit-Self
    • prepared beforehand, must already push itself in, in order to provide
    • guards of a Folk-soul who is preparing himself for later epochs. This
    • Spirit-Self into man, in readiness for that epoch when the
    • Spiritual-Soul shall ascend to Spirit-Self, in the sixth age of
    • and less in details, because he is preparing himself to take up that
    • which as Spirit-Self is to enter into mankind. It is particularly
    • himself will reach a culture in which his Spiritual Soul will attain
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    • consciousness of this was preserved so long that even Tacitus himself
    • earthly body itself, and which Northern tradition knows as Riesenheim
    • received forces. He had therefore to unite himself with the physical
    • instruments existing in the human body itself for the use of these
    • which, in its development on the physical plane, connects itself on
    • himself impelled to observe something. A sort of dream-picture will
    • of Christ manifesting Himself, but will at the same time believe that
    • Sabbatai Zevi, of Smyrna, represented himself as the re-appeared
    • manifest Himself were to be taken in a materialistic sense, as though
    • would not progress, it would not be able to defend itself against
    • itself proceeded from old clairvoyant power, but only by that which
    • and Thor, about Christ Jesus Himself, I beg of you not to believe it
    • life, so as to prove it by life itself. For in life also, at every
    • oneself be stimulated by, Spiritual Science, and to test what one
    • receives by life itself. Then what ever might color our
    • in each people practicing self-knowledge and inquiring, ‘What
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    • Behind it all there may be an instinctive feeling true in itself though often
    • concern itself with them; it ignores their existence. And it is this which will
    • even in the human kingdom itself all these thoughts which have no reality
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • in the mineral kingdom itself or in the kingdoms of plant, animal and man. Even
    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • existence. Man must so prepare himself that he need not be involved in what
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
    • but bring himself to look concretely at things that are connected with his
    • herself as an active expression of artistic creation. In connection with the
    • existence. It separated itself from the earth in order that man might become a
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    • Behind it all there may be an instinctive feeling true in itself though often
    • concern itself with them; it ignores their existence. And it is this which will
    • even in the human kingdom itself all these thoughts which have no reality
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • in the mineral kingdom itself or in the kingdoms of plant, animal and man. Even
    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • existence. Man must so prepare himself that he need not be involved in what
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
    • but bring himself to look concretely at things that are connected with his
    • herself as an active expression of artistic creation. In connection with the
    • existence. It separated itself from the earth in order that man might become a
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    • Christ and ancient Judaism. Moses led the Jews out of Egypt, himself
    • thyself!” Immortality and passing through the gate of death
    • Being united Himself with the Earth.
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    • also began, in conformity with law, to bestir itself in man. At first
    • finding within itself the way to the divine in the world. On the one
    • through which the soul can feel united to the divine within itself.
    • impressed itself — and should indeed have impressed itself even
    • reached a point where it had lost itself, where it had condemned that
    • fall into sin which he was not himself able to wash away; that is
    • experience within itself, the soul feels, even though it may not be
    • anything to which I can cling, which I can take into myself and with
    • itself — when the soul finds that which bestows this power, it
    • Christ, saying to itself: “At the very beginning of the Earth a
    • Christ and knows that it cannot find Him if He does not give Himself
    • Christian teaching. St. Augustine himself said: “All religions
    • himself being led by God. Who was the God of Moses? We will in the
    • asks himself. The passage (Numbers XX:11-12) is as follows: “And
    • was not yet come; Moses himself did not recognize Him; Moses thought
    • itself. Thus the Jewish soul could look into nature; it could allow
    • directly within itself, as the Jewish soul then was, it could not
    • revealed itself to him. Will is the fundamental note of the Old
    • himself, we find that it consisted in the fact that outside the body
    • was there only in the Mysteries. He revealed Himself to them only
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    • carries no such assurance in itself. When we think and feel in a
    • the dead man feels himself magnetically attracted to these ideals of
    • In order to express myself quite clearly, I should like
    • dwelt in a failing body, he devoted himself heart and soul to our
    • having passed through the gate of death, presents itself as a mighty
    • fact, as it presents itself in Christian Morgenstern, shows me
    • presents itself. The man who goes through the gate of death can
    • itself must come to our aid; the powers and forces which stream out
    • feeling, and I was able to say to myself: When it is a question of
    • such a way that one felt in oneself the power to take the necessary
    • this perfecting. But because this soul had taken into herself the
    • she had absorbed was able not merely to work for herself but to flow
    • ideals he can draw us to himself. But when we permeate with Christ
    • ideals His own concern. He takes our ideals upon Himself. And the
    • individual can say: “Not I alone can take my ideals upon myself
    • Himself.” These ideals are true seeds of future reality.
    • Christ Impulse into himself perceives that everything which ripens in
    • does, in all that he thinks, he feels himself Christ-enfilled, takes
    • I have loved Him above all, even above myself,” and therefore I
    • thy neighbor as thyself”, for whatever I have attained for
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    • thou wilt be God, help thyself and us!” The malefactor on the
    • whom one must defend oneself. Naturally, an anthroposophist cannot go
    • doing can he bring himself back to the stage he had reached before
    • The reason is that Christ has taken upon Himself the
    • objective debt. In the moment that I permeate myself with Christ, I
    • in the world our debts and our sins, taking them upon Himself.
    • thy Karma thou wilt have later on to do for thyself all that the act
    • sin, but they will see Him who has taken them upon himself; they will
    • Christ stands before them, having taken all upon Himself.
    • Himself. For the saying: “Thy sins are forgiven thee”
    • is otherwise. Christ takes upon Himself the spiritual consequence.
    • absolute sense, but that He takes upon Himself the consequences of
    • soul is able to say to itself: “Yes, I have done this or that
    • if a Being had not united Himself with the Earth, a Being who undoes
    • is indeed able to redeem himself subjectively through Karma, he
    • they really think and feel: “If I can only redeem myself
    • of himself. Man is a member of the whole world, and he must think
    • Earth-existence. We do not then think of our self-redemption, but we
    • itself in many other ways as well. Many elements will fall away from
    • conscientious, must prove himself worthy of Christ, this Cosmic
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    • be found in the world, or in the certainty that he must himself pass
    • the rays of light if our eye did not set itself up against the ray of
    • side. Life as a whole shows itself to us only from the external side.
    • for yourself. Today I have to present the matter from another side.
    • and bears within himself, for he sends it all out into his earthly
    • fundamental characteristic, the death which man develops in himself
    • to the objective guilt and sin which detaches itself from us and is
    • temptation of Lucifer. He took death into himself; into him there
    • When man takes Christ into himself, so as to feel
    • permeated with Christ, he is able to say to himself: “The
    • itself. Only then am I fully soul; only then am I again all that the
    • “Am I really a soul without Christ?” man asks himself,
    • written much which in itself seems to be too strongly colored by the
    • as the soul-bridegroom who united Himself with the soul; the
    • feels itself inwardly vivified through the Christ. The soul feels a
    • sides) we understand how Christ takes upon Himself the guilt and sin
    • years ago: that the human race on Jupiter will divide itself into
    • itself in its outer observances with this saying of Christ, in order
    • recognized that you have permeated yourself with Christ —
    • himself, works through them with His being.” If the expression
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    • itself puts this principle of an all-embracing mutual help as the
    • relevant. “As the rose beautifies herself, she beautifies the
    • their fellows in a spirit of mutual help. It is right to make oneself
    • body; it consists of millions and trillions of self-sufficient,
    • selflessness come about in forming the totality? None of our cells
    • that a higher being expresses itself through those tiny living
    • not have given up their selfhood to serve a large common being which
    • that a higher being presses itself through the unified members. It is
    • himself but also out of the others. It can only happen if each of us
    • lives selflessly in the others.
    • beings just as the soul expresses itself in the members of the body.
    • anything by him or herself.
    • our soul. What later manifests itself in physical life is always
    • brings oneself as far as to understand that it is much more
    • principle. You can imagine for yourself how far man is away from such
    • yourself, develop a loving attitude and let your thoughts stream from
    • stuck in self-centered isolation, our talents are uprooted like a
    • sense what the poet said that one has to be quiet in oneself if one's
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    • itself puts this principle of an all-embracing mutual help as the
    • relevant. “As the rose beautifies herself, she beautifies the
    • their fellows in a spirit of mutual help. It is right to make oneself
    • body; it consists of millions and trillions of self-sufficient,
    • selflessness come about in forming the totality? None of our cells
    • that a higher being expresses itself through those tiny living
    • not have given up their selfhood to serve a large common being which
    • that a higher being presses itself through the unified members. It is
    • himself but also out of the others. It can only happen if each of us
    • lives selflessly in the others.
    • beings just as the soul expresses itself in the members of the body.
    • anything by him or herself.
    • our soul. What later manifests itself in physical life is always
    • brings oneself as far as to understand that it is much more
    • principle. You can imagine for yourself how far man is away from such
    • yourself, develop a loving attitude and let your thoughts stream from
    • stuck in self-centered isolation, our talents are uprooted like a
    • sense what the poet said that one has to be quiet in oneself if one's
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    • might, through great sacrifice, unite Himself with human existence.”
    • Night. Yet he says to himself: “What is born here is something
    • who depends on himself. As men we must pass through the being
    • understanding of the birth of Christ revealed itself to man. We have
    • For just as truly as that which reveals itself in the deepest nature
    • itself free from the dry, prosaic, non-human method pursued in the
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    • having himself to move a finger, — if we leave aside such
    • He came down from spiritual heights, connected Himself with the man
    • him as an active force outside. Thus the Egyptian who was himself
    • calls itself the anthroposophical community, would be worthy of its
    • may become a force which can help humanity to raise itself up again
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    • attitude of the human soul to the universe and to itself was quite
    • mystery of the birth of Jesus could announce itself from these two
    • drawing near. The Earth felt this approach of Christ, bore in herself
    • earth that the earth herself became aware of the approach of these
    • more profound. External perception has itself descended from what was
    • will be human willing permeated by Christ. And it will express itself
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    • itself to the Magi out of the stars and the secrets which were read
    • only in the modern age, revealing itself since the middle of the 15th
    • man through the power of knowledge he himself manifests; and we find
    • today of the extent to which the human being himself has been lost.
    • Philosopher's Stone is. Neither do I myself propose to speak about
    • itself felt, but they are afraid to raise this will into
    • executant musicians. Self-seeking interests and rivalry have put off
    • say to himself: “It will be difficult for anyone who goes into
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    • says (p. 609), “Thus, finally, Anthroposophy itself is only
    • yourself how, by constraint of thought, the scientific physician
    • will read, “The fact that Gœthe occupied himself not only
    • on the vertebral nature of the skull-bones: ‘The brain itself
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    • through the circumstance that the lecturer himself had them printed
    • they are directed against self-made targets and not against
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    • acquainted, and about that building itself, it is in no wise my
    • gave the name. Our science itself leads us to, the conviction that
    • placed itself for a time within the framework of the general
    • time endeavoured, purely out of what I had discovered for myself, to
    • if the occasion should have presented itself in the Theosophical
    • mission of spiritual science itself. It may be quite easy to understand
    • In order to make myself
    • educates itself by the facts of nature itself.
    • spiritual investigator, he puts himself into such a state, that there
    • itself becomes a living being within him. Thereby he has grasped
    • be experienced in itself alone. Thinking may be made active, so as to
    • body, together with what he has developed within himself; and one who
    • cannot himself investigate spiritually, really need not see that the
    • itself as an object to the spiritual investigator is of a soul and
    • with them. But this turning to the dead must itself be of a purely
    • life. In this connection I can perhaps make myself clear in the
    • able to create something in nature itself. Knowledge of nature does not
    • a religion, any more than natural science surrenders itself to the
    • are aroused by spiritual science itself, the name “GOD” is,
    • himself declares.
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    • presented itself to them in pictures — not the pictures of
    • man of the modern age is to have thoughts, he must exert himself
    • art the Greeks proceeded by the same laws by which Nature herself
    • in which he built up for himself a picture of the plant-form and
    • thoughts. Man said to himself as he contemplated his thoughts: “A
    • not contracted because of the cold or enveloped itself in a raiment
    • the Summer he feels himself united with the Upper Gods. And in those
    • contact with the Upper Gods. He availed himself of his natural
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • surrounds him, which he draws into himself but always gives out
    • into himself but which was received by him through revelation and
    • the leader of the others but was himself in a state of dullness
    • thoughts were produced within himself, like the blood. We can
    • But then man also said to himself:
    • that arises in the human being himself, something that is earthly.”
    • thoughts, the self-produced thoughts, are in danger of succumbing to
    • himself in thought and feeling with the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Winter, when the earth envelops herself in her raiment of snow and is
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • self-produced thoughts, man felt the need to unite these thoughts
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    • presented itself to them in pictures — not the pictures of
    • man of the modern age is to have thoughts, he must exert himself
    • art the Greeks proceeded by the same laws by which Nature herself
    • in which he built up for himself a picture of the plant-form and
    • thoughts. Man said to himself as he contemplated his thoughts: “A
    • not contracted because of the cold or enveloped itself in a raiment
    • the Summer he feels himself united with the Upper Gods. And in those
    • contact with the Upper Gods. He availed himself of his natural
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • surrounds him, which he draws into himself but always gives out
    • into himself but which was received by him through revelation and
    • the leader of the others but was himself in a state of dullness
    • thoughts were produced within himself, like the blood. We can
    • But then man also said to himself:
    • that arises in the human being himself, something that is earthly.”
    • thoughts, the self-produced thoughts, are in danger of succumbing to
    • himself in thought and feeling with the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Winter, when the earth envelops herself in her raiment of snow and is
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • self-produced thoughts, man felt the need to unite these thoughts
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    • relate itself according to its particular temperament and character,
    • Leonardo felt himself
    • colors must be affected. Damp came out of the very wall itself; the
    • acquainted himself with Leonardo's other works, and tried to
    • more or less as he painted them, anyone who has acquainted himself
    • of Leonardo himself. The extent of the influence of Leonardo's
    • to that portrait of his in Turin, supposed to be painted by himself,
    • last touch to it? Did he say to himself: “Thou hast here
    • works of his pupils, but many by himself as well) in which he has
    • Leonardo, which was too great in itself ever to be able to reveal its
    • machine. To accomplish this he busied himself in observing the flight
    • dead matter should be a manifestation of life, as it reveals itself
    • himself! It was thus extraordinarily difficult to bring the picture
    • to a conclusion but within himself Leonardo did not feel happy. For
    • hypothesis presented itself to me as I tried to find an answer to the
    • this way one says to oneself: in this man there lived an enormous
    • bound to ask such a question: and it almost answers itself. If
    • itself, and if, after sixteen years of work, he finally said good-bye
    • impressions one receives from the picture itself, but there are also
    • it presented itself to the human eye. How light and shade and
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    • relate itself according to its particular temperament and character,
    • Leonardo felt himself
    • colors must be affected. Damp came out of the very wall itself; the
    • acquainted himself with Leonardo's other works, and tried to
    • more or less as he painted them, anyone who has acquainted himself
    • of Leonardo himself. The extent of the influence of Leonardo's
    • to that portrait of his in Turin, supposed to be painted by himself,
    • last touch to it? Did he say to himself: “Thou hast here
    • works of his pupils, but many by himself as well) in which he has
    • Leonardo, which was too great in itself ever to be able to reveal its
    • machine. To accomplish this he busied himself in observing the flight
    • dead matter should be a manifestation of life, as it reveals itself
    • himself! It was thus extraordinarily difficult to bring the picture
    • to a conclusion but within himself Leonardo did not feel happy. For
    • hypothesis presented itself to me as I tried to find an answer to the
    • this way one says to oneself: in this man there lived an enormous
    • bound to ask such a question: and it almost answers itself. If
    • itself, and if, after sixteen years of work, he finally said good-bye
    • impressions one receives from the picture itself, but there are also
    • it presented itself to the human eye. How light and shade and
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    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
    • earth; and how the earth — being in itself alive, with a soul
    • forth out of the great whole. From that we begin to perceive our self
    • feels himself to be “I”. When at death he loses his
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    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
    • earth; and how the earth — being in itself alive, with a soul
    • forth out of the great whole. From that we begin to perceive our self
    • feels himself to be “I”. When at death he loses his
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    • vanish, and each one will always only remember himself the more his
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • it had happened to himself, etc. This cohesion disappeared more and
    • to the ego, but not yet the ego itself, beings that were adapted to
    • dwelling in each single one, but that one soul distributed itself as
    • higher stage. Man adapts himself to higher stages. Thus his becoming
    • Thus man says to all animal beings (speaking of himself), “All
    • quite selfless can even now become ripe for the Sixth Race. He may
    • the soul does not see itself as long as it is in a physical body.
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    • vanish, and each one will always only remember himself the more his
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • it had happened to himself, etc. This cohesion disappeared more and
    • to the ego, but not yet the ego itself, beings that were adapted to
    • dwelling in each single one, but that one soul distributed itself as
    • higher stage. Man adapts himself to higher stages. Thus his becoming
    • Thus man says to all animal beings (speaking of himself), “All
    • quite selfless can even now become ripe for the Sixth Race. He may
    • the soul does not see itself as long as it is in a physical body.
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    • the ego, of self-consciousness. If we observe the process lying
    • himself. Thus twelve egos are sitting in this circle. Let us consider
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • They were courageous, self-assertive, sought to overcome the others —
    • sight would have offered itself to the observer. One would have found
    • densified itself to the physical lion body. The bull race, however,
    • itself, so that the procreation of humanity was especially cared for
    • evolution, the process fashioned itself differently. Whereas the lion
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    • the ego, of self-consciousness. If we observe the process lying
    • himself. Thus twelve egos are sitting in this circle. Let us consider
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • They were courageous, self-assertive, sought to overcome the others —
    • sight would have offered itself to the observer. One would have found
    • densified itself to the physical lion body. The bull race, however,
    • itself, so that the procreation of humanity was especially cared for
    • evolution, the process fashioned itself differently. Whereas the lion
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    • world, whereas he found nothing in science itself concerning the
    • place set herself the task of investigating material life. But
    • processes of life itself, in that whereby life is to some extent
    • in life itself, yet at a certain point of time death intervenes; so
    • organism itself everywhere shows signs that it does not actually come
    • amply shown by Huxley himself when, in those pages where he speaks of
    • recognized when it is studied not as an individual by itself but in
    • the study of man himself. It is true it is often said that Spiritual
    • himself widens his consciousness, ceasing to live in himself alone,
    • apprehend. The result of such research is that the man frees himself
    • to the spiritual scientist that he has something within himself to
    • active in the soul works itself out in our bodily life — in
    • left to itself to follow the processes inborn, inherent in it. Here
    • Now, can we not say that consciousness itself, man's spiritual
    • life itself, causes — in order that it may subsist, that it may
    • consciousness with its content must itself intrude destructively into
    • falling asleep and waking. It is self-knowledge in the widest sense
    • in herself experiencing in spring — in that part of the earth
    • remarkable fact, but everyone in himself can follow up the statement.
    • detached as the mood of heart and soul has united itself with our
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    • world, whereas he found nothing in science itself concerning the
    • place set herself the task of investigating material life. But
    • processes of life itself, in that whereby life is to some extent
    • in life itself, yet at a certain point of time death intervenes; so
    • organism itself everywhere shows signs that it does not actually come
    • amply shown by Huxley himself when, in those pages where he speaks of
    • recognized when it is studied not as an individual by itself but in
    • the study of man himself. It is true it is often said that Spiritual
    • himself widens his consciousness, ceasing to live in himself alone,
    • apprehend. The result of such research is that the man frees himself
    • to the spiritual scientist that he has something within himself to
    • active in the soul works itself out in our bodily life — in
    • left to itself to follow the processes inborn, inherent in it. Here
    • Now, can we not say that consciousness itself, man's spiritual
    • life itself, causes — in order that it may subsist, that it may
    • consciousness with its content must itself intrude destructively into
    • falling asleep and waking. It is self-knowledge in the widest sense
    • in herself experiencing in spring — in that part of the earth
    • remarkable fact, but everyone in himself can follow up the statement.
    • detached as the mood of heart and soul has united itself with our
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    • of itself lifeless processes, and at a certain point of time some
    • Darwinism. Preyer also pictured to himself that the earth, at its
    • and way in which the burning, as a fact, presents itself to us. And
    • earth itself was a huge life process, a life process that took place,
    • spiritual realities at any point in earth evolution. He felt himself
    • able to transform itself to complicated and manifold forms. —
    • restrict myself to the limits of a simple observer of nature.”
    • we see that this man has thereby pointed out to himself his program
    • investigator has traced for himself his special program by
    • restricting himself to the species of the outer world, and by not
    • Creator — but he restricts himself to the presentation of what
    • evolution finally culminates in the spiritual, as it presents itself
    • spirit itself, thus this spiritual likewise originating itself at
    • anticipating, advocating a truth which will familiarize itself with
    • have set myself the task in these lectures to harmonize what
    • Spiritual Science produces out of itself with the acquisitions of
    • back to a form of the earth where the earth does not present itself
    • itself gas and vapor, not only in a lifeless manner, as the theory of
    • senses, as it were, in an image, this being would present itself to
    • creeping over the ground, but has in itself no distinct shape. If we
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    • of itself lifeless processes, and at a certain point of time some
    • Darwinism. Preyer also pictured to himself that the earth, at its
    • and way in which the burning, as a fact, presents itself to us. And
    • earth itself was a huge life process, a life process that took place,
    • spiritual realities at any point in earth evolution. He felt himself
    • able to transform itself to complicated and manifold forms. —
    • restrict myself to the limits of a simple observer of nature.”
    • we see that this man has thereby pointed out to himself his program
    • investigator has traced for himself his special program by
    • restricting himself to the species of the outer world, and by not
    • Creator — but he restricts himself to the presentation of what
    • evolution finally culminates in the spiritual, as it presents itself
    • spirit itself, thus this spiritual likewise originating itself at
    • anticipating, advocating a truth which will familiarize itself with
    • have set myself the task in these lectures to harmonize what
    • Spiritual Science produces out of itself with the acquisitions of
    • back to a form of the earth where the earth does not present itself
    • itself gas and vapor, not only in a lifeless manner, as the theory of
    • senses, as it were, in an image, this being would present itself to
    • creeping over the ground, but has in itself no distinct shape. If we
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • having to go out in order to enter space, to manifest itself in
    • world that strives to reveal itself. This is true also of the larger
    • from some self-evident quality of genius. Through having his
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • from Rome to Florence we can see a remarkable drama unfolding itself.
    • himself, had to fall back on what he could get from his anatomical
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • then that Michelangelo sets himself the task, supported to begin with
    • who loved to compare himself to St. Paul, seemed the mighty
    • incorporation of his age; he was, and seemed to himself to be, the
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • painter; nor did he regard himself as sufficiently prepared for his
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • has to tell us himself out of the depth of a sorrowing heart about
    • to apply himself. Of them we need not say anything here; but we
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • himself in the Medici Chapel, working in the night alone till he was
    • himself the marks of the age in which we are living, yet he could not
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • having to go out in order to enter space, to manifest itself in
    • world that strives to reveal itself. This is true also of the larger
    • from some self-evident quality of genius. Through having his
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • from Rome to Florence we can see a remarkable drama unfolding itself.
    • himself, had to fall back on what he could get from his anatomical
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • then that Michelangelo sets himself the task, supported to begin with
    • who loved to compare himself to St. Paul, seemed the mighty
    • incorporation of his age; he was, and seemed to himself to be, the
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • painter; nor did he regard himself as sufficiently prepared for his
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • has to tell us himself out of the depth of a sorrowing heart about
    • to apply himself. Of them we need not say anything here; but we
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • himself in the Medici Chapel, working in the night alone till he was
    • himself the marks of the age in which we are living, yet he could not
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    • soul without having a clear awareness of yourself. Self-awareness,
    • etheric body itself is not sick, but it has been separated from the
    • you yourself place the dream images in space and time just as you set
    • another just as you do when writing something on paper. You yourself
    • itself. But that would be nothing but hallucinating or dreaming. To
    • fabric unrolls itself before us, so to speak, and we have no clear
    • reflect on the dream with self-consciousness.
    • happens. Well, you will understand that it was he himself who came
    • result from the astral body we took along revealing a part of itself
    • itself in our dreams, it can confront us with our self in a form that
    • are looking at and observing ourselves. Our self must always be
    • outside yourself. For example, if you said to someone, “It is
    • and look at yourself, you see how you stick your tongue out at
    • yourself. You say, “This isn't you!” And then you start
    • to correct yourself and say what is true, “It is now twenty
    • by looking at yourself.
    • self-control and the capacity for self-observation are required to
    • by someone “above” the situation, who yields himself to
    • we will gradually develop into a Society that can set itself the task
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    • right kind of ideas about the spiritual world itself but also with
    • trying to establish itself in the world at large. Just try to
    • shining in the spiritual world that prepared itself here on earth.
    • itself to the inner gaze in the Imaginations of a human soul, and we
    • be drawn from all this than to decide to make oneself suffer in some
    • itself, forces this soul gathered while the body was overtaken by
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    • concern himself with — I do not even want to say spiritual
    • self-centeredness and apply the description of a particular case to
    • develop selflessness so we can observe someone else's destiny without
    • suffering, our friend fought not against admitting to himself that he
    • condition, he could not call himself ill. This definition is very
    • suffering body. Yet he did not see himself as sick but only as
    • by a kind of aura. He presented himself everywhere as a healer in a
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    • completely different from our usual self. What happens to our soul
    • type of selflessness and a capacity for love. That is why I stressed
    • right love, the selfless love we have for such a person, and selfish
    • selfless love for her. Her spiritual gaze, her spiritual will
    • selfless love, this stream, her spiritual gaze as it were, flows into
    • our soul like a feeling of warm mildness and pours itself into our
    • occult development, the soul immerses itself in specific moods and
    • longer subjective and as if you yourself are no longer within
    • yourself, as if you are living outside in the wide world. When you
    • itself to us. And as soon as we can recognize that real forces of
    • develop selflessness and reach the stage of living in the world of
    • the angels while remaining selfish and unloving, then we carry the
    • self intended for the physical world into their realm. Instead of
    • our self up into their realm. As a result, instead of being
    • higher perspective. Our higher self discards the lower one and
    • see in your clairvoyant vision is yourself. “That is you”
    • signifies only itself, just as our hands or head stand only for
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    • Perception of the inner word. Illusion and self-knowledge. The
    • soul is increasingly able to tear itself away from the physical body.
    • I experience myself as a soul-spiritual being. I am active in myself
    • let me add that our first experience in this self-development is the
    • its greatness, its color, and to project myself completely into that
    • true self-knowledge. Then we will begin to know what we can and
    • cannot do. Self-knowledge, particularly for the researcher of the
    • ourselves in self-knowledge in the way described in my
    • stops and bread begins; just as everyone knows that hunger itself
    • social standpoint. True self-knowledge enables us to differentiate
    • with the other being, and then we come to know the being itself as a
    • developed yourself along these paths, you know that when you
    • accomplished something you could not possibly have done by yourself,
    • although our liberated thinking is connected with our higher self, it
    • about self-knowledge as a necessity on the path of spiritual
    • herself with a human being so that what lived in her in a completely
    • reveals itself to clairvoyant perception, and it is only then that we
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    • itself from life. In the morning, after sleep, our eyes have been
    • our soul itself cannot do it. If we resolved firmly to wake up, we
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    • they were waking dreams and premonitions. Speaking about himself,
    • as if it were a miracle the cosmos itself performed on him.
    • could tell himself was: “Well, I cannot really tell them what I
    • urge to take pencil and paper, and he felt himself transported into
    • around, and yet could immerse itself deeply in the beauty of the
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    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • man himself, we may say that in relation to life this expression may
    • enigma for others and for himself because of his special nature and
    • law. The opposition against which this teaching has to assert itself
    • permanent which unites itself with his inherited characteristics.
    • present existence has united itself again to what it is possible for
    • reaction, and feels himself thus to be surrounded by the new life. So
    • man's essential being is able to express itself in life according to
    • placed. Surely it is quite self-evident that the qualities of the
    • spiritual world. The individual clothes himself in the sheaths which
    • the race; it envelops itself with what is given by the ancestors, but
    • outer covering with which it is now to envelop itself, and which
    • worlds, which must seek father and mother for itself, unite with the
    • physical body? How can it clothe itself with the physical attributes
    • must be effected. We find that a man must adapt himself to this
    • merely adapt itself to what is most suitable to it, we shall see that
    • to earth this kernel of being were to envelop itself with a spiritual
    • this kernel of being is able best to adapt itself to this covering
    • for the human being, the kernel of being colors itself according to
    • part has built up for itself the physical body.
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    • riddle here in our physical life is man himself. And we may
    • man himself, we may say that in relation to life this expression may
    • enigma for others and for himself because of his special nature and
    • law. The opposition against which this teaching has to assert itself
    • permanent which unites itself with his inherited characteristics.
    • present existence has united itself again to what it is possible for
    • reaction, and feels himself thus to be surrounded by the new life. So
    • man's essential being is able to express itself in life according to
    • placed. Surely it is quite self-evident that the qualities of the
    • spiritual world. The individual clothes himself in the sheaths which
    • the race; it envelops itself with what is given by the ancestors, but
    • outer covering with which it is now to envelop itself, and which
    • worlds, which must seek father and mother for itself, unite with the
    • physical body? How can it clothe itself with the physical attributes
    • must be effected. We find that a man must adapt himself to this
    • merely adapt itself to what is most suitable to it, we shall see that
    • to earth this kernel of being were to envelop itself with a spiritual
    • this kernel of being is able best to adapt itself to this covering
    • for the human being, the kernel of being colors itself according to
    • part has built up for itself the physical body.
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    • civilisation to work upon himself, he has experiences which inform
    • What I mean by this arrogance is that someone may say to himself: “I
    • I must strictly protect myself from all the influences of modern
    • this effect. All desire to withdraw, to protect oneself from the
    • truth that he is protecting himself from Ahriman, for there are no
    • soul. He may tear himself away from modern life, but modern
    • this or that. Spiritual Science itself speaks of what it must
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • to manifestation actually in himself: he was related in a different
    • the Building itself, but the experience induced in the soul by
    • when it encounters the (impact of the painting, may itself become a
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    • What I mean by this arrogance is that someone may say to himself: “I
    • I must strictly protect myself from all the influences of modern
    • this effect. All desire to withdraw, to protect oneself from the
    • truth that he is protecting himself from Ahriman, for there are no
    • soul. He may tear himself away from modern life, but modern
    • this or that. Spiritual Science itself speaks of what it must
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • to manifestation actually in himself: he was related in a different
    • the Building itself, but the experience induced in the soul by
    • when it encounters the (impact of the painting, may itself become a
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    • at that time, arose within their hearts, and felt itself drawn to
    • northern part of Scotland itself. Here we must seek for the kernel of
    • which mirrored their own music's inner depths and was itself
    • give to the people poured itself out over these individual groups as
    • as if by Nature herself, and which caused them to say to themselves —
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    • at that time, arose within their hearts, and felt itself drawn to
    • northern part of Scotland itself. Here we must seek for the kernel of
    • which mirrored their own music's inner depths and was itself
    • give to the people poured itself out over these individual groups as
    • as if by Nature herself, and which caused them to say to themselves —
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    • understand life itself in the light of the principles of Spiritual
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • in Middle Europe, of whom he himself is one. He reads the story of
    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • what presents itself to the mind is usually the opposite of the
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • dinned into their ears and has presented itself to their minds and
    • you, another question forces itself upon him; namely: What has become
    • Life itself indicates the line of investigation, and then the faculty
    • men at the present time do not want self-knowledge. They are not
    • I can accept them without having experienced them myself. But I must
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    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • in Middle Europe, of whom he himself is one. He reads the story of
    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • what presents itself to the mind is usually the opposite of the
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • dinned into their ears and has presented itself to their minds and
    • you, another question forces itself upon him; namely: What has become
    • Life itself indicates the line of investigation, and then the faculty
    • men at the present time do not want self-knowledge. They are not
    • I can accept them without having experienced them myself. But I must
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    • about Rosicrucians — no one who was not a Rosicrucian himself;
    • Movement worked upon Lessing, albeit in a way of which he himself
    • himself into the higher worlds by a strong and energetic will. It is
    • to himself: How did all this that is here, originally come to be?
    • imagine that the gas is itself a vapour of the Spirit, just as the
    • it is the infinite Spirit who shows Himself to us in place of a mere
    • the laws of this space itself, then we shall clearly feel the
    • us into vibration, and every word shapes itself into forms in the
    • himself ideas, feelings and impulses of will, taken directly from
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    • about Rosicrucians — no one who was not a Rosicrucian himself;
    • Movement worked upon Lessing, albeit in a way of which he himself
    • himself into the higher worlds by a strong and energetic will. It is
    • to himself: How did all this that is here, originally come to be?
    • imagine that the gas is itself a vapour of the Spirit, just as the
    • it is the infinite Spirit who shows Himself to us in place of a mere
    • the laws of this space itself, then we shall clearly feel the
    • us into vibration, and every word shapes itself into forms in the
    • himself ideas, feelings and impulses of will, taken directly from
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    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • itself.
    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • must become less selfish; we should be able to rejoice at another
    • insinuate himself into the etheric body, darkening our judgments on
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • same incarnation, so that a person withdraws into himself. All the
    • qualities and by immersing himself lovingly in his soul, may be sure
    • say that this is egoism, that it is selfish to be good and noble. No,
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
    • observing life itself. This will enable us to recognize the truth of
    • proofs which establish this truth in life itself.
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    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • itself.
    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • must become less selfish; we should be able to rejoice at another
    • insinuate himself into the etheric body, darkening our judgments on
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • same incarnation, so that a person withdraws into himself. All the
    • qualities and by immersing himself lovingly in his soul, may be sure
    • say that this is egoism, that it is selfish to be good and noble. No,
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
    • observing life itself. This will enable us to recognize the truth of
    • proofs which establish this truth in life itself.
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    • conception of yourself if you think that you are carrying through
    • better conception of yourself, if you were to think of yourself as a
    • yourself. You pronounce this word “I” very carelessly.
    • During my present visit, I pointed out to you how selfishly modern
    • conception. Our world conception would become far less selfish than
    • weaving spiritual life of the soul which manifests itself so
    • nevertheless only mean their Angel. The selfish note of religious
    • itself. We take it from the preceding epoch and train the human
    • conflict with Roman law, but it cannot assert itself. This, too,
    • obtains eternal life through the church itself. The church sees to
    • the state should limit itself to the juridical sphere. The right of
    • are especially pious. But they are simply selfish, thoroughly selfish
    • itself, then people say that they cannot understand it, and that it
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    • conception of yourself if you think that you are carrying through
    • better conception of yourself, if you were to think of yourself as a
    • yourself. You pronounce this word “I” very carelessly.
    • During my present visit, I pointed out to you how selfishly modern
    • conception. Our world conception would become far less selfish than
    • weaving spiritual life of the soul which manifests itself so
    • nevertheless only mean their Angel. The selfish note of religious
    • itself. We take it from the preceding epoch and train the human
    • conflict with Roman law, but it cannot assert itself. This, too,
    • obtains eternal life through the church itself. The church sees to
    • the state should limit itself to the juridical sphere. The right of
    • are especially pious. But they are simply selfish, thoroughly selfish
    • itself, then people say that they cannot understand it, and that it
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    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • being expands and becomes a world. Man himself actually grows to
    • self, the human world expands into an immense world, and we
    • the Ego. Man says “I” to himself only because he is a
    • ordinarily remains concealed, may shine through and reveal itself
    • himself some apples. He went to his room and sat down at his desk
    • could not protect himself, yet something entered his Karma so
    • itself. These are, of course, finer observations, and if we want
    • reveals itself to us. This will push our feeling in the right
    • now, which reveals itself to higher knowledge. And then we notice
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    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • being expands and becomes a world. Man himself actually grows to
    • self, the human world expands into an immense world, and we
    • the Ego. Man says “I” to himself only because he is a
    • ordinarily remains concealed, may shine through and reveal itself
    • himself some apples. He went to his room and sat down at his desk
    • could not protect himself, yet something entered his Karma so
    • itself. These are, of course, finer observations, and if we want
    • reveals itself to us. This will push our feeling in the right
    • now, which reveals itself to higher knowledge. And then we notice
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • Phases of memory and the real self.
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • and devoting myself solely to problems connected with imparting facts
    • in these lecture-reports not revised by myself.
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • Anthroposophie), he himself described the course as an
    • and he may well have had in mind that the Movement itself had, in some
    • of the General Anthroposophical Society under himself as President at
    • or teachings which constitutes Spiritual Science. As with Nature herself,
    • lectures — as Steiner himself makes it clear that he does —
    • itself, it undoubtedly gives (quite apart from the dubious associations
    • says to oneself: What I am observing as the astral body of this person
    • itself — fills itself again and again with its own content. ...
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • itself saying. Indeed, no science based on initiation has ever intended
    • man today. The first presents itself to man's soul when he contemplates
    • that Nature receives into herself all the human soul perceives of physical,
    • carbonate of lime, itself inwardly disintegrated. This mass of carbonate
    • root in mind and heart. It is not from a merely selfish feeling nor
    • this — man says to himself — but the human form can come
    • way the anxious question presents itself to the human mind and heart:
    • begin with, man stands before the great Unknown, but must regard himself
    • himself, the whole world grows dark, and he gropes in the darkness,
    • man regards himself from outside, finding himself an external being
    • being is that I designate as myself. I surrender to the visible world,
    • lifts man out of the visible world, letting him appear to himself as
    • mentioned. It presents itself when man looks at himself from outside,
    • question presents itself when man looks into his own inner being. Here
    • Nature which man represents to himself through them. He develops sensations
    • and unable to relate himself, through his senses, to the outer world,
    • it to myself now, in an hour's time, in two hours' time. In the meantime
    • himself as an object, man is confronted by the anxious question about
    • without becoming a mere semblance. When man projects himself in thought
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • the blood within the living human organism itself? This cannot be done
    • itself. From the study of what the human physical organism takes in
    • unlike itself and to resemble external Nature very much. It does this
    • this over you will say to yourself: There, outside, are the substances
    • what the earth itself has accomplished in the course of long ages.
    • myself be filled with thoughts, I will place in my consciousness the
    • through the force of inner thinking itself. In this way our thinking
    • within, who is as real as the physical man himself, we come, at the
    • of the earth. And I myself bear within me, as a second man, the human
    • thinking he perceives, besides the physical, the etheric in himself,
    • — let us call him — into whom man himself pours the force
    • we attain something special. Of course, if one frees oneself of ordinary
    • reveal itself as such.
    • in which man finds himself and which I described at the outset. We shall
    • and auto-intoxication, self-poisoning, is set up. Thus it is harmful
    • that a man who fills himself with one hundred and twenty grammes of
    • poison oneself and be exposed to every kind of infection. That was
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • a person must first be initiated himself in order to understand what the
    • of Initiation itself. These three lectures will then form a kind of
    • the cosmos, but does not feel any connection between these and himself
    • personality as really within oneself. If an initiate meets another person
    • other person speaks from out of the initiate himself. For one possessing
    • a part of oneself.
    • people. Nevertheless, he does accustom himself, under certain conditions,
    • of the cosmos, and on looking into man himself. And the more we look
    • into man himself, the more we learn to understand what the wide cosmic
    • myself at the age of thirty, because my ‘probable death’
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IV: Meditation and Inspiration
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • itself is concerned you look at your hand exactly as at a crystal, or
    • itself.
    • study that is not guided by theory but controlled by life itself, leads
    • itself.
    • on which this moral world itself depends. But where is this inner life
    • as we experience it. For the spiritual always reveals itself as something
    • led by life itself to find — from this starting point in thought
    • Today one allows oneself to be stimulated from without; one surrenders
    • now arrives when you say to yourself: True, I am this human being who,
    • to begin with, can look at himself externally as one looks at the things
    • is unreal and of less value. From now on I shall only concern myself
    • much as what is on the earth itself. We know that the crust of the earth
    • visible. To begin with, I know nothing. If I restrict myself to the earth
    • I begin to know that I myself, as the second man, am made of that which
    • From this point one says to oneself: If you stand on the earth you see
    • earth itself, you find it is an image of the whole universe. Of course,
    • itself. Whether you take a drop of rain, or the waters of the earth
    • to grasp how it is with man himself.
    • as you restrict yourself to the solid part of man, you need not look
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • not such sharp boundaries and is mobile in itself; nevertheless we can
    • body is, of course, self-contained at any given moment; the etheric
    • following insight. One says to oneself: What I am observing as the astral
    • is self-understood. But imagine some being or other were here, and by
    • yourself with another being — a being with whom, in the physical
    • passing in the other being just as you feel what is passing in yourself;
    • you must be able to go out of yourself and live again in another. In
    • yourself with it — to accept it. Now, when one has attained the
    • consists not in ‘forgetting oneself’ in a theoretical sense,
    • but in being able to ignore oneself completely and enter into what is not
    • oneself. And only when this love goes hand in hand with that higher
    • to possess it — to experience it as ourself — but we must
    • incarnation as something quite other than ourself. Then, when our cognitive
    • differentiated with respect to temperature. In this you yourself live.
    • approaches you from without or from within, you yourself are within
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    • will then have certain experiences. But he will also say to himself: These
    • your physical body. You belong to your body, for you say to yourself:
    • say this unconsciously. You feel yourself connected with your body through
    • its returning the air in this condition. Youfeel yourself entirely within
    • its appearance leads you to say: That is I myself, my inner human being,
    • We behold thoughts; they surge through what appears to us as ourself in
    • expression of his will; but now you look back upon yourself and only
    • process, a process that conceals innumerable secrets and shows of itself
    • body; when they are awakened, man, through them, beholds himself from
    • is otherwise in the physical body, and to accompany it yourself. Sleep
    • You receive a sense impression from without, and a thought links itself
    • the thought presents itself from without in connection with this
    • have him before me as he impressed himself upon my etheric body. He
    • us because, through us, it ‘fulfils’ itself — fills
    • itself again and again with its own content. There is an interchange, not
    • We began by saying that man feels himself estranged from the world in
    • as a result of spiritual study, man begins to feel himself no mere stranger
    • I, myself.
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • experiences; and if man asks himself what it really signifies for the
    • Let us now consider this dream-life as it presents itself to us. We
    • of the man himself, from the individuality of his ego. (Only, we must
    • an idea of the way he dreams, look at the man himself. Stimulated by
    • spiritual beings of the world. All that man does, he does not do himself.
    • more life itself adds that which happens through him, and of which he
    • found himself in a casual ward in Berlin, where he had finally landed.
    • This significant question presents itself to us. What we have gained
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • a dream with the self-perception attained by the imaginative seer when he
    • with which he is connected, with which he unites himself much more strongly
    • done by himself; the rest is done by the gods in and through him. The
    • man knows of himself while he dreams — dreams in his sleep — we
    • presentations; you represent to yourself past experiences. These, as you
    • confession to himself; but I ask you to look into yourself to find out
    • memory back to his birth. One feels oneself outside of space; here all
    • for the tree trunk itself. Such a section is really nothing at all; the
    • ‘inspired’ consciousness and one says to one's self: I must
    • make it possible for myself to experience all I have failed to experience;
    • him, man feels himself pretty well as the lord of creation; and even
    • though he calls the lion the king of beasts, he still feels himself,
    • experience I have just described. He no longer feels himself confronting
    • that are superior to him. He feels himself as the lowest kingdom, the
    • around him beings far higher than himself. They unfold their sympathies
    • into the secrets of life seems to himself so burdened with debt, so
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    • of destiny; and phases of memory and the true self.
    • PHASES OF MEMORY AND THE REALSELF
    • — our ego itself suffers injury. We feel that our immernnost being,
    • of memory teaches us that what we had called ourself during earthly
    • life — in virtue of our memories — has spread itself through
    • himself to live in his psycho-spiritual being without his physical body;
    • accustom himself to use his organs — must learn to speak, for
    • himself to do without his physical body as the foundation of his
    • man through having caused him pain on earth, you say to yourself at
    • after death, to compensate for this pain by experiencing it yourself.
    • We do, indeed, feel that the world takes to itself the inner life we
    • our own self again. Then, as we retrace our life backwards through birth
    • of it. It has engraved itself into the world and now we, ourselves,
    • self-experience. We might compare this with the embryonic stage of human
    • all we experience does not yet reach the level of self-consciousness,
    • gradually becomes ourself, our spiritual self-consciousness. We are
    • a real evaluation; and this evaluation is itself the reality of our
    • yourself if you have sufficient conscience and reason; or it is condemned
    • man has himself experienced all he has done for good or ill in earthly
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    • his own convictions out of his own inner self, about the most
    • oneself how this going by foot or by coach, by slow train or by
    • instance, the accusation that I myself had once been a priest and had
    • which has built a wall round itself. We must look at what is around
    • extricated himself as follows: “First, let me say that a
    • of Christ are based upon the will. Christ Himself says: ‘I have
    • particular what the spiritual life itself has to say to what is
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    • calls himself ‘Spectator’ — a pack of sheer lies, I
    • Church represents in a number of dogmas, as a self-contained
    • is to maintain itself as an institution, can only fight for the past.
    • has had constantly to defend oneself against attacks which came from
    • Catholic Church has shown itself in the course of the German ‘Kultur’
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    • science busies itself with all kinds of knowledge about super-sensible
    • Himself, and has redeemed mankind through His sacrificial death,
    • Thus we can say that the Catholic Church itself accepted the
    • of himself. Now, my dear friends, let us add to what has just been
    • Himself Who has laid on us a mission for this life on earth, that we
    • greatest difficulty in freeing oneself.
    • Catholic Church has never been willing to deprive herself of magical
    • investigate such things, and I set myself the task of making certain
    • resolve on the part of mankind to fill itself with that spirit which
    • more profound say that one must raise oneself into the spiritual
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    • essential being of the animal, but this essential being is in itself
    • hundredweight heavy? We raise our hand and it carries itself
    • a happy moment as we fall asleep, when a man says to himself: ‘Could
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    • essential being of the animal, but this essential being is in itself
    • hundredweight heavy? We raise our hand and it carries itself
    • a happy moment as we fall asleep, when a man says to himself: ‘Could
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    • from that of the animal world. The ability to keep man himself in
    • himself becomes comprehensible. There is no place for man in the
    • riddle to himself. Only a very few people are aware of this, and
    • so to speak, as regards his perception of self. And yet we hear the
    • basis of what he is in himself. This stands out clearly as a
    • — demands that man should be able to raise himself to an
    • oneself in the purely inherited characteristics will lie like a
    • to give man an understanding of himself shows itself in all its
    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • you will see that spirit-self is the transmutation of the astral body
    • nature. He will have to say to himself: “It is true that I
    • cannot during earth-existence attain spirit-self in my astral body,
    • And by developing the consciousness-soul now, I am preparing myself
    • to take spirit-self into it in the next, the sixth, culture-epoch. I
    • know that I cannot yet bring spirit-self into my entire astral body,
    • next condition. I must prepare myself in germ inwardly, so that in
    • growing into spirit-self, as I have often explained he is growing
    • as earthly man, he cannot achieve this. He has to say to himself that
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    • from that of the animal world. The ability to keep man himself in
    • himself becomes comprehensible. There is no place for man in the
    • riddle to himself. Only a very few people are aware of this, and
    • so to speak, as regards his perception of self. And yet we hear the
    • basis of what he is in himself. This stands out clearly as a
    • — demands that man should be able to raise himself to an
    • oneself in the purely inherited characteristics will lie like a
    • to give man an understanding of himself shows itself in all its
    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • you will see that spirit-self is the transmutation of the astral body
    • nature. He will have to say to himself: “It is true that I
    • cannot during earth-existence attain spirit-self in my astral body,
    • And by developing the consciousness-soul now, I am preparing myself
    • to take spirit-self into it in the next, the sixth, culture-epoch. I
    • know that I cannot yet bring spirit-self into my entire astral body,
    • next condition. I must prepare myself in germ inwardly, so that in
    • growing into spirit-self, as I have often explained he is growing
    • as earthly man, he cannot achieve this. He has to say to himself that
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    • acquired, he is, of course, ready to be himself — to be man —
    • body; he begins, so to say, to devour himself. Certain illnesses are
    • truths leave man to feed upon himself.
    • sound knowledge is related to selflessness in man — not
    • the selflessness that loses the self but that leads rather to the
    • possession of the self in the true sense. When man has learned to go
    • out of himself and into the world, becoming in this way not empty but
    • inclination to selflessness, to love. He comes also to understand
    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • little the complete man who knows what true selflessness —
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • self-observation, and into the way it is led over into deed and
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • undergo in himself a development wherein the body acts as a
    • Only a selfless, love-imbued faculty of cognition can grasp this
    • we recognise that when man devotes himself to moral truth, he becomes
    • himself up to error he becomes a cripple in soul and spirit.
    • thought that what he has to say concerns himself alone! In any case,
    • hold of the traveler in his entire being; but then, it wrests itself
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    • acquired, he is, of course, ready to be himself — to be man —
    • body; he begins, so to say, to devour himself. Certain illnesses are
    • truths leave man to feed upon himself.
    • sound knowledge is related to selflessness in man — not
    • the selflessness that loses the self but that leads rather to the
    • possession of the self in the true sense. When man has learned to go
    • out of himself and into the world, becoming in this way not empty but
    • inclination to selflessness, to love. He comes also to understand
    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • little the complete man who knows what true selflessness —
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • self-observation, and into the way it is led over into deed and
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • undergo in himself a development wherein the body acts as a
    • Only a selfless, love-imbued faculty of cognition can grasp this
    • we recognise that when man devotes himself to moral truth, he becomes
    • himself up to error he becomes a cripple in soul and spirit.
    • thought that what he has to say concerns himself alone! In any case,
    • hold of the traveler in his entire being; but then, it wrests itself
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    • Nevertheless, spiritual science itself is infinitely
    • Now the self-contained consciousness soul can only
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • soul this self-culture of the individual is one of the most important
    • moral forces, is in itself a fixed structure and will in the fifth
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • adapt itself to the needs of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but
    • is a passion for dulling the consciousness and for self-deception
    • fights against sound judgment in this respect and submits himself
    • But the same Jesuitical principle will gradually transfer itself to
    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
    • necessary, the will to gain knowledge of life itself, rather than to
    • unfold itself, and in releasing his intellectual life from the
    • we say — to myself. Actually it came about through karma that
    • the peculiarities of the age itself and its demand that the
    • interest himself in it and for this reason claims our attention.
    • concentration upon self-education.” As I have already said; I
    • purification and self-improvement. The speculations contained in
    • soul is the spirit-self, the natural predisposition for which
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    • Nevertheless, spiritual science itself is infinitely
    • Now the self-contained consciousness soul can only
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • soul this self-culture of the individual is one of the most important
    • moral forces, is in itself a fixed structure and will in the fifth
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • adapt itself to the needs of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but
    • is a passion for dulling the consciousness and for self-deception
    • fights against sound judgment in this respect and submits himself
    • But the same Jesuitical principle will gradually transfer itself to
    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
    • necessary, the will to gain knowledge of life itself, rather than to
    • unfold itself, and in releasing his intellectual life from the
    • we say — to myself. Actually it came about through karma that
    • the peculiarities of the age itself and its demand that the
    • interest himself in it and for this reason claims our attention.
    • concentration upon self-education.” As I have already said; I
    • purification and self-improvement. The speculations contained in
    • soul is the spirit-self, the natural predisposition for which
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    • consciousness of self.
    • The clear self-consciousness which permeates the
    • man did not, as it were, distinguish himself from the external world. He
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried along by the
    • himself guided downstream by something spiritual. That is only an example
    • himself to be supported and impelled by gods of wind, river and all
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • process became conscious. The yogi projected himself, as it were, into
    • his breathing. He felt himself one with the indrawn breath, with the
    • something from the external world into himself which he then let flow with
    • feeling of his own ‘I’, an intensified feeling of self. He felt
    • definite effect upon the yogi. When man today is aware of himself within
    • back upon himself he perceives at least a portion of his own being. This
    • there arose in him an enhanced feeling of selfhood. But in this experience
    • he did not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • feel himself drawn back into the wood and atmosphere, into the whole
    • now awakened selfhood to the whole universe gave rise to the wonderful
    • itself in the mysteries of the world. These descriptions are all
    • through them. The soul, with enhanced feeling of selfhood, is transported
    • self-consciousness.
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    • consciousness of self.
    • The clear self-consciousness which permeates the
    • man did not, as it were, distinguish himself from the external world. He
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried along by the
    • himself guided downstream by something spiritual. That is only an example
    • himself to be supported and impelled by gods of wind, river and all
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • process became conscious. The yogi projected himself, as it were, into
    • his breathing. He felt himself one with the indrawn breath, with the
    • something from the external world into himself which he then let flow with
    • feeling of his own ‘I’, an intensified feeling of self. He felt
    • definite effect upon the yogi. When man today is aware of himself within
    • back upon himself he perceives at least a portion of his own being. This
    • there arose in him an enhanced feeling of selfhood. But in this experience
    • he did not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • feel himself drawn back into the wood and atmosphere, into the whole
    • now awakened selfhood to the whole universe gave rise to the wonderful
    • itself in the mysteries of the world. These descriptions are all
    • through them. The soul, with enhanced feeling of selfhood, is transported
    • self-consciousness.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • festival. It contains a call to man to lift himself up to the worlds
    • Paul had had abundant opportunity to inform himself, by external observation,
    • was of about the same age as Christ Jesus Himself. The time that Christ
    • himself of super-sensible knowledge. It is like a declaration that
    • accompanied by a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by
    • vision of the spiritual, he must exert himself inwardly and draw it forth
    • when man must perforce lift himself up to the divine and spiritual by an
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • to associate itself with modern science; then Christianity has no
    • he asks himself: In the time that has been christened
    • has left himself no more insight into what is beyond the earth than at
    • longer feels that he is himself united with those worlds, and that the
    • when the earth itself will fall like a bit of slag into the sun; and
    • then, in a still later time, the sun will burn itself out and be
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • this — that mankind has brought upon itself the doom of being
    • something himself before there arises from the grave of human materialism
    • after super-sensible knowledge is itself an Easter deed, it is something
    • meditate on the need today to go in search of a true self-knowledge
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    • festival. It contains a call to man to lift himself up to the worlds
    • Paul had had abundant opportunity to inform himself, by external observation,
    • was of about the same age as Christ Jesus Himself. The time that Christ
    • himself of super-sensible knowledge. It is like a declaration that
    • accompanied by a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by
    • vision of the spiritual, he must exert himself inwardly and draw it forth
    • when man must perforce lift himself up to the divine and spiritual by an
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • to associate itself with modern science; then Christianity has no
    • he asks himself: In the time that has been christened
    • has left himself no more insight into what is beyond the earth than at
    • longer feels that he is himself united with those worlds, and that the
    • when the earth itself will fall like a bit of slag into the sun; and
    • then, in a still later time, the sun will burn itself out and be
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • this — that mankind has brought upon itself the doom of being
    • something himself before there arises from the grave of human materialism
    • after super-sensible knowledge is itself an Easter deed, it is something
    • meditate on the need today to go in search of a true self-knowledge
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    • lines in agriculture, which he himself has tested in one way or another
    • their full life in the heart of Anthroposophia itself — in Anthroposophical
    • I myself admitted, rightly not), what had been patched together as a
    • There we shall find, out of the heart of Anthroposophia itself,
    • and myself — an agricultural estate is always an individuality,
    • sound, you will be able to do more, the more you restrict yourself in
    • is here making itself felt is the foundation of a rather intimate mutual
    • I took upon myself in coming here, I for my part would answer —
    • for himself if he wants to run his farm in an intelligent way—with
    • and what the soil itself is, with all that surrounds it. With these
    • have to grow far more together; in Dornach itself, as much as possible
    • in stirring the manure — a tack to which I had to give myself
    • domain I myself planted potatoes, and though I did not breed horses,
    • of it myself, and there is far more of that in me than the little bit
    • I may also declare myself not quite in agreement with another matter
    • who himself as a little boy worked on the farm. And if this is to be
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    • more manually or mechanically. When a man works at a thing himself,
    • difference if the doctor himself possesses the remedy and gives it to
    • with spiritual things — unless you drive them away yourself from
    • of which you are thinking. Nature herself, in any case, sees to it
    • example; Nature does it for herself.
    • itself beforehand.
    • meditation; preparing himself by meditative life, as I described it
    • with the nitrogen which contains the Imaginations. You thereby put yourself
    • put yourself in this position over against the whole world of plant-growth.
    • are most concentrated in the earth itself. Establish a kind of festival
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    • side, I had a friend who was himself a strict abstainer, and who, moreover,
    • in Nature herself. You should not permeate the living Earth with something
    • itself, the proper constellation will therefore be more towards Aquarius.
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    • Has liquid manure the same Ego-organising force as manure itself?
    • itself the stronger Ego-force. The dung is like the brain; the liquid
    • itself. If you get no seed, you have not really got the weed. If, on
    • the other hand, it establishes itself so strongly that it plants itself
    • changed back again by the etheric body of man himself (or of the animal)
    • and transmuted by the living organism itself. Indeed, it cannot rightly
    • for preservation, that in itself is a sign that the process is right.
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    • Dr. Wegman, Dr. Wachsmuth, a few other co-workers and myself. It was
    • “Address to Youth.” I myself had to forgo attendance at
    • and realise itself in human beings! With this as a background, one can
    • the good effects of the preparations and of the whole method itself
    • thinking to-day. But it does Liebig an injustice. He himself expressed
    • itself and ebbs away. The formative forces of this original impulse
    • follows; pests and diseases make their appearance. Nature herself liquidates
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    • deeply what I may call the thanks of Anthroposophia itself
    • away equally satisfied with the Lecture-Course itself, is doubtless a
    • The Course itself
    • central domain of Agriculture itself, albeit this of its own accord
    • of Anthroposophia itself.
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • involved. Such things must be determined out of the thing itself,
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • the magnet-needle itself for the cause of the peculiar position it
    • and animal, and of the Earth itself. We must extend our view to the
    • does it cease when they cease. It has emancipated itself. It shows
    • itself.
    • emancipated himself; he only bears the inner rhythms in
    • himself. To the plant world, however, it applies in the highest
    • itself in abnormal conditions of the senses is influenced in a
    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
    • and every single species, is able to maintain itself — that is
    • itself in the plant-nature of the Earth.
    • complete about water itself. Water contains far, far more than what
    • revolution is short. That, on the other hand, which frees itself from
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    • as a kind of individual entity in itself — a self-contained
    • should try to posses it within the farm itself (including in the
    • produce within itself all that it needs.
    • concept of the necessary self-containedness of any farm.
    • of the Earth is a kind of organ in that organism which reveals itself
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • of the soil. The limestone content of the soil itself, and the
    • Mercury and Moon — and that warmth which makes itself felt
    • water and of the solid earthy element itself. They become still more
    • then has the property of being least dependent on itself — on
    • to work and stamps itself upon the seed, thus building up out of the
    • into a state of chaos. For plant-growth, Nature herself will see to
    • sparingly replace by artificial means the fertility the Earth itself
    • Sun itself. But that which thus shines out in the colouring of the
    • within the plant itself. Then it will not reveal itself to any great
    • extent. It will not shoot out into blossom but will express itself in
    • plant. It has this peculiarity: it draws the cosmic nature to itself;
    • it permeates itself with the silicious nature. It contains no less
    • upward and reveal itself in the flower but betrays its presence in
    • stem-forming process is held back, retained in the potato itself. The
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    • the functions and significance of nitrogen herself in Nature's
    • the Spiritual itself as it spreads far and wide. Therefore they named
    • great plastician. It does not only carry in itself its black
    • behold the Spirit-activity of the great Universe, moistening itself
    • itself, dissolving the form again. It is on the paths of this carbon
    • carbon as it forms itself and ever again dissolves the form.
    • his ever-mobile carbon-formative process, man lifts himself out of
    • and this astral impresses itself upon the physical by making use of
    • nitrogen is so essential to the life of the soul. For the soul itself
    • the human breathing process. Through it man receives into himself the
    • within the human being. He himself would have to give it off,
    • outside. The astral is everywhere, and nitrogen itself — the
    • works itself out in the life of plants, in tim life of Earth.
    • all this, life itself is working through the oxygen-principle.
    • the carbon, drawing the life to itself out of the oxygen as it does
    • Truly, in hydrogen — although it is itself the finest of
    • now once more — moistening itself with sulphur — it needs
    • has farming to do can meditate. He thereby makes himself receptive to
    • himself a meditator. Oh, it is very much that he meditates in
    • behaves itself tolerably well. There in the human being the
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    • itself. You need only remember the absurdities that prevailed not long
    • Science has corrected itself in the meantime. To-day as everybody knows,
    • instance, science has corrected itself, and it is well-known that if
    • orthodox science because it has to correct itself as in this instance.
    • how science has had to correct itself in this instance, notably in the
    • most recent period. Why has it to correct itself? Because it takes its
    • into himself is cast out again.
    • in itself — to provide itself with substances (which are expelled
    • in itself as actual substance — this it is constantly
    • remains at the merely herbaccous stage. A tree surrounds itself with
    • tendency to life — a tendency to permeate itself with
    • with the said substance. For then the earthly material itself will tend
    • process takes place in the forming of the tree. The earth itself is
    • districts, we cannot reckon upon Nature herself letting fall into the
    • at any rate in certain districts — Nature herself sees to it that
    • itself essentially consists in this, that what would otherwise
    • to bring to life the earth-element itself. Plants, therefore, which
    • earth itself. We include in compost any kind of refuse to which little
    • something in Nature, the excellence of which for Nature herself I have
    • And we shall kindle in the soil itself the same inner quickness and
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    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • plant-life in the earth itself.
    • We shall attain far more by tackling the dirt itself, directly.
    • such conditions in the dung-substance itself. But there can be no great
    • earthy element itself. To endow the mass of manure, or the liquid manure,
    • not the most important. It does not primarily concern itself with the
    • prevent the Earth from drawing into itself what it needs by way of silicic
    • we endowed the plant itself which the power to receive into its body
    • then assist the working of the manure itself. We add these forces, so
    • will enable it to bring the right vitality into the Earth itself.
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • it: the radiation itself will do the work. The radiating power is so
    • in the plant itself, but enables the yarrow to ray out its influences
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
    • the life in the earth, so that the earth itself will have a wonderfully
    • to make the earth itself intelligent — the earth into which the
    • manure is worked. The soil will individualise itself in nice relationship
    • it, so that the soil itself will aid in this relationship.
    • to itself all that it needs.
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    • proceed from the earth itself, nevertheless they transmit what proceeds
    • the Earth itself was far more living, fruiting, inherently fertile.
    • Earth by itself is still just able to transmit that feeble reproductive
    • Do not be alarmed; say to yourself: Something must now be done. So now
    • that a thing can be true in itself. However, to get anywhere nowadays
    • workers. I say to myself: I want to produce three times as much, therefore
    • itself, though to some extent it may help even then. It will not be
    • itself from the Moon. The Moon-force is developed in the animal kingdom
    • force of the full Moon within it, conserves it, and so emancipates itself
    • the cosmic element which normally makes itself felt only in the Earth's
    • itself, it certainly applies to what we must do in counteracting it.
    • receive the faculty to bring forth plant-life out of itself. This faculty
    • makes it to some extent alive in itself; awakens waves and weavings
    • itself — the solid, mineral element — which must be made
    • Through its very intensity, it will work itself out more in the lower
    • receives something of dying life into itself, and through this dying
    • itself for the causes of its always turning northward — would
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    • one generally considers a single plant by itself. Then, from the single
    • plant, one proceeds to consider a plant-species by itself; and other
    • such a complex of roots would not allow itself to remain a mere tangle;
    • In the tree with its cambium or formative layer, the earth-realm itself
    • yourself to specialise your sense of smell — to distinguish, to
    • does the cambium itself do?
    • insects and birds flutter around in the right way. The farmer himself
    • not trust myself to expound them with equal certainty.) The old instincts
    • portion of the breathing system — the animal is itself. In its
    • itself thus directly to the earthy and watery elements. It cannot assimilate
    • assimilate earth and water, the animal itself must be there by virtue
    • into itself directly all that is earth and water; just as the animal
    • for itself, but, on the contrary, it gives away what the animal takes
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    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • we need to be aware: whatever substances are required for the head itself
    • for instance, seeking its food for itself in the open air; following
    • smell, going after the food, choosing for itself, unfolding all its
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • with things — neglecting the fact that this is a perfect and self-contained
    • cycle, which ought to be maintained, complete in itself. Needless to
    • to make the farm, as far as possible, so self-contained that it is able
    • to sustain itself. As far as possible — not quite! Why not? The
    • the digestive process itself — to the sexual digestive process.
    • I say to myself, it surely can be increased. What shall I do? I shall
    • cow in this way and you will not see much result in the cow herself,
    • the flowers, Nature herself has enhanced the fruiting, flowering activity
    • mystic.” Well, if you say that to yourself, you will become a
    • within him — and, moreover, the forces which the raw food itself
    • and claiming for themselves things that the human being himself should
    • within the organism — that which specialises itself out of the
    • made of the tomato-plant itself — stem, foliage and all —
    • does not want to go out of itself; it does not want to depart from the
    • Circle, must exercise the necessary self-restraint. They must keep it
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    • occult pupil before us. He had to arouse within himself the
    • lower within himself. That was Katharsis, the purification
    • himself in a similar way. First of all he experienced a
    • thine own.” He saw the picture of himself in our
    • himself within his aura, having forsaken the physical body.
    • thou hast now seen Osiris, so hast thou once thyself. Thou
    • himself.
    • himself. The Chalice is the outer symbol of the human
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • priest himself. This is symbolical of the fact that the
    • within himself. Every man can only say “I” to
    • himself. For this reason the Hebrew Secret Doctrine was
    • Thus does man unite himself with his sevenfold nature in
    • feels himself a servant of the Church. He may then have no
    • priests. He tells himself: “They may be wrong,”
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    • occult pupil before us. He had to arouse within himself the
    • lower within himself. That was Katharsis, the purification
    • himself in a similar way. First of all he experienced a
    • thine own.” He saw the picture of himself in our
    • himself within his aura, having forsaken the physical body.
    • thou hast now seen Osiris, so hast thou once thyself. Thou
    • himself.
    • himself. The Chalice is the outer symbol of the human
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • priest himself. This is symbolical of the fact that the
    • within himself. Every man can only say “I” to
    • himself. For this reason the Hebrew Secret Doctrine was
    • Thus does man unite himself with his sevenfold nature in
    • feels himself a servant of the Church. He may then have no
    • priests. He tells himself: “They may be wrong,”
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    • himself could have knowledge of. This is, in truth, the
    • Wagner than he himself was conscious of, we must at the
    • Wagner concerned himself with
    • the world and devotes himself to the religious life. An
    • explanation, the girl then attaches herself also to the
    • succeed, but a year later the same impulse presented itself
    • are lower than himself, so has he above him higher beings
    • clothes herself with her robe of green, and the divine
    • power unite itself with this divine chalice. It can
    • it lifts itself up from man to heaven.” And this
    • suffering that pours itself out as divine compassion for
    • approach. The force of reproduction that shows itself in
    • expresses himself in his writings when we look carefully
    • raising himself up to the
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    • himself could have knowledge of. This is, in truth, the
    • Wagner than he himself was conscious of, we must at the
    • Wagner concerned himself with
    • the world and devotes himself to the religious life. An
    • explanation, the girl then attaches herself also to the
    • succeed, but a year later the same impulse presented itself
    • are lower than himself, so has he above him higher beings
    • clothes herself with her robe of green, and the divine
    • power unite itself with this divine chalice. It can
    • it lifts itself up from man to heaven.” And this
    • suffering that pours itself out as divine compassion for
    • approach. The force of reproduction that shows itself in
    • expresses himself in his writings when we look carefully
    • raising himself up to the
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    • the same time a self-contained being, by bearing in mind
    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • head, he takes back, as it were, into himself, what is
    • first stage of fitting himself into the cosmos by saying:
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • yourself — in order to remain completely within
    • yourself. You do something with your right hand, but you
    • are taking hold of something which is your own self. You
    • now touch yourself in the same way in which you feel about
    • take hold of one's own self. We also do it indirectly
    • yourself.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • say: He fits himself into the external forces of
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • have to adapt himself to the earth in regard to his stars.
    • possibility to develop himself inwardly.
    • take hold of himself and to encompass himself. (See
    • man once more fits himself into the external world, or in
    • grasps himself (touches himself).
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    • the same time a self-contained being, by bearing in mind
    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • head, he takes back, as it were, into himself, what is
    • first stage of fitting himself into the cosmos by saying:
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • yourself — in order to remain completely within
    • yourself. You do something with your right hand, but you
    • are taking hold of something which is your own self. You
    • now touch yourself in the same way in which you feel about
    • take hold of one's own self. We also do it indirectly
    • yourself.
    • he fits himself into the inorganic world. We might also
    • say: He fits himself into the external forces of
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • have to adapt himself to the earth in regard to his stars.
    • possibility to develop himself inwardly.
    • take hold of himself and to encompass himself. (See
    • man once more fits himself into the external world, or in
    • grasps himself (touches himself).
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    • partition we should only see the ten fingers, the man himself would
    • within it. In the human body itself much goes on over which man is not
    • which a man must ponder over a long time if he is to express himself,
    • expression as the ego itself finds its centre, finds its inner centre
    • course in the human body, with the members of human nature itself.
    • changes the former into spirit-self or Manas and the latter into life
    • and antipathies unfolds around himself as environment, as what he hears
    • and sees and smells, he exposes himself to the insinuations of the one
    • take into oneself the truth concerning higher worlds means to become
    • liver from which man must free himself, yet they were necessary to enable
    • is given: because Prometheus raises himself above the forces which chain
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    • Earth, like man himself, has passed through different embodiments and
    • that our Earth itself in an earlier state of evolution, was “Sun,”
    • beings established itself at the centre of our system. Therefore two
    • sun. During the stage of Earth-existence itself, the earth will reunite
    • all time into the sun. During the Vulcan-condition our earth will itself
    • the Venus-condition it will itself have become sun, and all the beings
    • itself these light-masses developed into the present star clusters comprised
    • from what did this ocean of flame itself arise?
    • system which preceded our own. Saturn itself was preceded by planetary
    • existence, what does it do? It offers itself in sacrifice! Please take
    • to zodiacal existence and then has the power to be itself creative,
    • to offer itself in sacrifice within a planetary existence. The forces
    • consisting of physical body, etheric body, astral body, ego, spirit-self,
    • 5. Spirit-Self
    • of eyes”. Then there are beings in whom spirit-self (Manas) is
    • could experience nothing in itself were it not beholden to the whole
    • the time when the ego itself began to operate, the ‘Balance’
    • deeds of the ego in our planetary evolution, but the ego had not itself
    • begun to work. When Libra had been reached the ego itself began to participate
    • into himself, so does this Being radiate life through the whole of our
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    • Before that we had considered the planetary system itself in so far
    • system has separated itself off into globes in space. The experimenter
    • has only forgotten one thing. He forgets that he himself was there,
    • and that what cannot go of itself on a miniature scale cannot go of
    • itself in the universe. Out there it is supposed to go of itself. Things
    • itself and the present moon as its satellite. To the sun withdrew all
    • itself from the earth and man began his existence in his present form.
    • from continuing his existence on the sun, but united himself with the
    • order existed on the moon, but one of the Sun-Spirits united himself
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man. The more correct division,
    • soul, consciousness soul — and that only then we have spirit-self
    • time to say “I” to himself, did the consciousness-soul arise.
    • soul, and inasmuch as spirit-self presses into the consciousness soul,
    • ball of oil and forgets that he himself turns it. We have sought for
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    • soul, spirit-self, and life spirit. The Mystery of Golgotha...
    • is an element for itself, and this element alone was present on ancient
    • these beings had an astral body, an ego, spirit-self or Manas, life
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man, an eighth and a ninth
    • Moon have the ego as lowest member, then they have spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • and have an etheric body, astral body, I, spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • and spirit-self, and so forth, up to the tenth member. All that we call
    • on the Earth itself: at the beginning man has the rudiments of his
    • beings have now Spirit-Self or Manas as their lowest member.
    • Spirits of Form, their lowest member is Spirit-Self or Manas; in this they
    • progress of man on the Earth itself. There one can point to the spot
    • the outside. He was aware only of himself and what went on in him internally.
    • Spirits of Form an ego was instilled with the propensity to selflessness,
    • propensities towards selfishness, egotism. That is the ego which will
    • still not free itself from instincts, desires, and passions. They press
    • astral body there is a twofold nature: selfless impulses that aspire
    • to rise higher and those passions which are imbued with selfishness
    • evolution itself. We have seen how the astral body has been entirely
    • indenting had appeared, the physical body took up the ego into itself.
    • connection with the outside world he forms in himself an enclosure.
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    • human being himself. We will describe the processes which are presented
    • back at the evolution of our Earth itself we have at the beginning a
    • and lifted itself, so to speak, out of the darkness of cosmic space,
    • over into blood formation. The congealed water established itself as
    • depositing itself in these lines of force, and only relatively later
    • out of cells, but the cell has first formed itself from the living.
    • the protoplasmic material which inserted itself into the organs and
    • When you burn something it gives rise to ash. The ash embedded itself
    • beings? The hard bone substance! If I may express myself popularly,
    • substance has embedded itself in everything. Think the mineral substance
    • behind as ash was there previously; it stored up the ash in itself.
    • must say to himself: that is the mineral substance in me, which was
    • Atlantean Age man was penetrated by thoughts, by self-consciousness.
    • His intellect dawned and he became increasingly a self-conscious being.
    • man becomes a self-conscious being. Such was the course of evolution
    • itself in the human being later than the spiritual forces, and this
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    • under the influence of cosmic sound and tone, arranged itself into the
    • and does not trust oneself to mere intellect or any purely logical conclusions.
    • itself changed to a kind of nerve-system; and when that was achieved
    • with patience and perseverance to familiarize oneself with this complicated
    • on the Earth and how in ancient times man still felt himself much more
    • did not feel him-self to the same extent a personality as does the man
    • of to-day, he felt himself one of his tribe. And when he said “I,”
    • felt himself in the first place as a member of the Sugambri, Heruli,
    • he did not feel himself as representative of his ego, but felt the blood
    • only of what he had himself experienced, but also of the experiences
    • as clouds today let the rain trickle down — and membered itself
    • put Venus and Mercury out of itself in order to give these beings a
    • schooling for the higher love. Earthly man is to develop love in himself,
    • What man is between birth and death, what he develops in himself while
    • developed to spirituality, burning himself up bodily through-out evolution.
    • oneself united with the Christ purifies and ennobles the personality.
    • them-selves more and more with His Spirit. And when the earth itself
    • reaches the point where man will have spiritualized himself fully, then
    • to yourself through simple reflection.
    • It sharply set itself against the sentence “I and the Father Abraham
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    • stages. We know too that he will lift himself to higher stages of evolution
    • man will himself have the consciousness which is possessed today by
    • mineral beings, plant beings, animal beings and the human kingdom itself.
    • his astral body so that it gradually becomes spirit-self. He is working
    • consists in the full development of the spirit-self. The Angels have
    • body into the spirit-self.
    • can keep himself from sleeping. Then the etheric body dissolves and
    • himself. with himself. The world is not built up on such egotism. In
    • developing the spirit-self in the astral body. In a part of Christian
    • that he can release his Angel. He will then himself have the consciousness
    • lifts himself to intercourse with the Original Forces, he does not impart
    • to occupy oneself seriously with physical laws in order to people the
    • element which he must work upon. He united himself with the good Spirit,
    • Forces. He expresses himself by continually bringing confusion into
    • is only a lack of warmth, it is not real in itself; if we make the warmth
    • companions who separated off the sun. Yahve himself went with the moon
    • Christ Being Himself. Christ brings something to earth which is not
    • And to the Christ man must find his way himself; for it is only the
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    • with their so-called group ego, and that this is itself of a spiritual
    • astral body, and ego and what is to evolve from them as spirit-self,
    • by this when you remember that the ego itself remains the same from
    • know that man himself is actually a co-creator in each new incarnation
    • as his destiny are the deeds which he himself formerly engraved into
    • engraved into himself through his life comes back to him as his talents
    • He must then content himself with an inferior incarnation which has
    • to himself. Any human wisdom is not merely in man, but is present in
    • of which we have not the least idea shows itself only too well in external
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    • become increasingly materialistic, will confine itself simply to a description
    • of external facts of the physical senses. Science will confine itself
    • of years we find man himself as a being still belonging to a group soul.
    • etheric bodies lie in bed, the astral body with the ego lifts itself
    • worlds. In these worlds man felt himself not as an individual being
    • his physical body and emancipated himself from the “dance”
    • soul, he felt himself immersed in the group soul when he left his physical
    • “I and Father Abraham are one.” Each individual felt himself
    • himself from the old group soul element and individualizes himself.
    • together fan-wise; then angle a = d, b = e, c = itself, and so the three
    • truth being found by everyone for himself inwardly, harmony will prevail.
    • has grown out of the group soul condition and emancipates himself from
    • if his individual soul keeps itself aloof too long on the earth, and
    • lets the chance of union go by. It would then itself become a sort of
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    • body itself. We have seen in former lectures that the blood system appeared
    • namely, the nervous system. For only when the astral body membered itself
    • man's astral body and ego are in a higher world, but he himself
    • to himself and feel an independent personality. Thus the etheric and
    • body gradually loosens itself again and becomes independent. The way
    • has absorbed so much into himself that when his etheric body goes out
    • body becomes self-dependent. Thus must men immerse in the spiritual
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    • streams musical tones is an opportunity for the freely-changing, self-determined
    • spirit-self or Manas. If we place this more particularized membering
    • nature — detaches itself when man goes to sleep, but a part of
    • soul — is in the astral world and from there draws for itself
    • itself in space.
    • it, no-one to enter it. Think to yourself of the Greek temple standing
    • congregation of the faithful within. It is not complete in itself. If
    • active in us and felt in the physical body as a feeling of oneself-in-space.
    • when the astral body becomes aware of itself. In the creative musician
    • it comes to life — so he said to himself — but it does not
    • itself in tone and at the same time flows into the action. Secular speech
    • enter, when spirit-self or Manas unites with what man has brought with
    • the soul experiences is immersed in the principle of spirit-self or
    • of a spirituality which reveals itself in the sense world. Far more
    • used in the forms. When man learns how the inner expresses itself in
    • only feels him-self as such when he is conscious that in his soul he
    • Then he says to himself: What did the Christians of the catacombs accomplish,
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    • itself until the beginning of the new Michael Age on
    • himself and to work out of that human being. The age is
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    • reflects upon himself, he feels himself as the possessor of
    • action. Above all, man ascribes to himself the
    • a man can also familiarise himself with such an idea as a
    • himself — which is just as though he were to think
    • myself.’
    • was trying to spread itself ever more and more, impelled
    • itself.
    • breath — that is the earthly life itself. The
    • been able to emerge; the Ego would not have grasped itself
    • be gathered up again by the Moon itself at the end of that
    • himself independent of such universality. The former stream
    • self-understood. To Descartes, as you know, is due the
    • indeed. Thinking itself is not to be attacked, but only the
    • the truth itself.
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    • self-contained being. The Group-soul is standing there
    • The man himself,
    • himself sees it only from the one side. With the vision of
    • finds himself directly after death? Normally when he goes
    • itself, carries forth the living thoughts from man to the
    • which loosens itself from the human being — which is
    • whatever good or ill. And once again it shows itself, how
    • consciousness that he knows himself to be in the centre of
    • backward, he feels himself once more at the starting point
    • oneself: — Here you are speaking to a human being of
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    • is down there, and I from myself am giving thee what he
    • had not become fully clear or self-conscious, became at
    • interwoven, and that works itself out karmically today,
    • him, indeed, in a way that very nearly concerned myself and
    • The sense of shame against himself becomes transformed into
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    • connections of the Anthroposophical Movement itself. What I
    • itself on the character and temperament, the mode of action
    • about the Being of Christ Himself. In these traditions, He
    • Himself with the body of Jesus. Under these conditions,
    • the name, not in relation to the thing itself, of which it
    • is the name. For the thing itself, which is now called the
    • abstract philosophic way. He himself — the one of
    • make itself intelligible to them through these
    • self-knowledge which is to realise that we belong to the
    • am now saying shows itself not so very much in the ideal
    • considerations; it shows itself far more in the practical
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    • himself: Now I am letting go that quality, that aura from
    • the Ego. Now under such conditions the astral body itself
    • Himself with what lives as humanity on earth. Such was the
    • say: “Behold what shows itself in the rainbow-shining
    • glory over the plants, what shows itself as the
    • he listened that he was going a little out of himself. He
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    • itself. Even the men of knowledge and learning in that time
    • the spirituality that can manifest itself in the
    • knowledge must in a certain way unite himself. She appeared
    • Air. He felt himself with his etheric body interwoven with
    • School of Chartres itself these teachings continued to be
    • since received Christianity into itself.
    • was still making itself felt. It was still to some extent
    • he sent a pupil down to the earth expressed itself in this:
    • expressed itself outwardly in a remarkable symptom. For the
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    • underlie what is now striving to make itself known to the
    • dear friends, how this expresses itself. We know that in
    • departed from the Sun to unite Himself with earthly
    • out of himself, who is able to think logically — to
    • Thoughts were inspired, not self-made Thoughts. Now he who
    • matters. Such a man as Alexander the Great regarded himself
    • from the Sun, but above all they saw how Michael himself
    • time must come when man himself must reach his own
    • — all this Michael himself now gathered up,
    • the Intelligence of the human soul itself.
    • of this century) Michael himself would once again assume
    • that the Cosmic Intelligence had always expressed itself in
    • expresses itself as the battle of Ahriman and Michael. For
    • versus Michael: Michael finding himself obliged to defend
    • extent at least. It shows itself everywhere; in its true
    • events, but it shows itself even in the facts that lie
    • super-sensible School directed by Michael himself, the same
    • itself, as seen from the aspect of the Supersensible. What
    • is taking place at such a moment in humanity shows itself
    • But it revealed itself mightily to the spirits around
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    • placed himself into the Anthroposophical Society, or at any
    • himself was the great Teacher in that School. Numbers of
    • man ascribes his cleverness, his intelligence, to himself.
    • that estate in which he finds himself today.
    • possessed by Ahriman, Ahriman himself, in human heads,
    • himself. For Michael does not wish to seize the
    • that to undergo through the fact that he must tear himself
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    • the facts connected with him. Since then, Michael himself
    • other hand it is immensely right to occupy oneself with all
    • works itself out between anthroposophists and
    • the atmosphere of the earth! And now imagine yourself in
    • — When you transplant yourself into the 13th century
    • incorporate himself and to work out of that human being,
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    • enter less deeply, unite himself less strongly with the
    • this proverb must hold good. He must say to himself:
    • materialism itself. When we learn anatomy or physiology or
    • himself administered the Cosmic Intelligence, these things
    • connection, as it would work itself out in ordinary life,
    • itself in man himself, through the wise councils of the
    • time incorporate itself in him. Then it is Ahriman who
    • opportunity. If the Spiritual has implanted itself so
    • happen that Ahriman himself emerges, incorporated in human
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    • could say to himself: ‘Thus Michael, through the Sun,
    • man on earth could yet feel himself as man; could feel
    • himself as single man and not as a mere vehicle for the
    • holds oneself entirely upright with the true use of the
    • the rulership of Gabriel — Michael himself is
    • itself must have the will to stand fully in the midst of
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    • Christian impulse pushed itself into this world. At that
    • life in Darwinism itself; in other words, if you accept
    • not even moral impulses? What is it? It is Christ himself,
    • himself changes into many thousands of impulses, immersing
    • It is Christ himself who strode in the simple men through
    • the Greek and Italian world; it is Christ himself who stood
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    • event presents itself to clairvoyance as a kind of
    • day. One can only bring one's self to speak of these
    • opportunity, the human soul must free itself of quite a few
    • Nevertheless, I feel myself obliged to express in words as
    • man's self-created knowledge was placed in front of
    • end of this report as an aside. I feel myself obliged to
    • spiritual investigation to which I have devoted myself, it
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    • immerses itself in the souls of those apostles, it
    • understand the Mystery of Golgotha itself as an earthly
    • the spirit gradually bound itself ever more closely to the
    • Christ-Being. The macrocosmic Sun-Being formed itself
    • helped others, now help yourself! That was the Passion path
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    • struggle, a mighty struggle in himself between his twelfth
    • that God himself had spoken to the old prophets and that
    • of Jahveh himself. “Bath Kol” was the name
    • a Carob tree rise from the earth and replant itself a
    • he said to himself: All the soul powers with which I
    • thought myself to possess only allow me to understand that
    • Nazareth's soul felt itself carried up to a spiritual
    • Selfhood's guilt by others owed,
    • life itself. That became known to people who at that time
    • life. One feels himself united to the part of his soul in
    • injected itself into the conversations.
    • though he asked it himself, but a strong elemental force
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    • whenever he had a minute to himself he thought back to how
    • Selfhood's guilt by others owed,
    • he had himself experienced when he was around twenty-four
    • separate yourself from society, but live and work within
    • impressed the loving mother, and she felt herself
    • forty-five, forty-six years old -, she felt herself imbued
    • onto other people. He felt himself drawn to Ahriman and
    • little humility and self-knowledge. Take advantage of
    • man's false pride and self-importance: that is what
    • must separate yourself from the old and recognize me! And
    • Ahriman said: I will protect you from fear, throw yourself
    • on earth to raise himself above Lucifer and Ahriman.
    • Jesus left the solitude of the wilderness he felt himself
    • bread”. And the words: “Selfhood's guilt
    • Jesus himself could say. So the group traveled around and
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    • themselves contain the power of the Word, the Logos himself, the power
    • technical manner. Steiner himself did not employ the German terms in
    • when he himself avoided one.
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    • itself will have changed then both in form and substance. But how can
    • preliminary consciousness of self, their I-consciousness, came to them
    • develop itself on the field of the sense world through minute, mathematical
    • and the sun is itself a planet. Copernicus's map is concerned
    • existence the possibility of a seventh epoch which itself will form
    • It lies within the freedom of every single soul to develop itself toward
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    • itself will have changed then both in form and substance. But how can
    • preliminary consciousness of self, their I-consciousness, came to them
    • develop itself on the field of the sense world through minute, mathematical
    • and the sun is itself a planet. Copernicus's map is concerned
    • existence the possibility of a seventh epoch which itself will form
    • It lies within the freedom of every single soul to develop itself toward
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    • physical plane, then it must form a body for itself: it must build and
    • form matter and forces in such a way that it can express itself through
    • soul freed itself from her physical body. Even now she is working as
    • a long wait. Selfless are those who devote themselves to the spiritual
    • find its destruction in conflict between selfish, egoistic powers in
    • body. The etheric body must itself become an expression of the astral
    • Spirit self
    • as Spirit-self, Life-spirit,
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    • world. If you raise yourself to that elevated condition as the servant
    • on the physical plane. Place yourself with a seer presently on the astral
    • will raise myself above what I am capable of giving today to something
    • because he had pushed the redeemer away from himself.
    • is designated by the term “spirit self” or “manas.”
    • rod of iron, as when earthen pots are broken in pieces, even as I myself
    • unpurified astral body is one that knows only itself, that finds everything
    • What happens to a soul that develops itself up to the fifth
    • In this way human breathing, which expresses itself in our actual
    • given to him. Cain was a farmer who himself built whatever he needed.
    • to work for knowledge. Everything else will come by itself through this
    • put wood in the stove then it will warm the room by itself without having
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    • church itself became the expression of this kingdom of the Antichrist;
    • ages will go beyond it. But the Apocalypse itself will not, therefore,
    • the redeemer. The Messiah, Paul said to himself, could not end up like
    • himself ahead of time in the burning bush, in the fire of Mount Sinai.
    • With these words Christ is saying that he had announced himself
    • that he then, however, went on to reveal himself through life, suffering
    • chaotic forms seen in ordinary people. This shows itself as the results
    • forth from the nation itself, that he would incarnate the principles
    • Paul said of himself that
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    • limits itself to the three kingdoms that do not go beyond the earth.
    • Zarathustra. He was himself an initiated student of the great sun initiate,
    • reborn as the Egyptian Hermes, he bore within himself the astral body
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    • seven post-Atlantean epochs reveals itself to the initiate in seven seals
    • ancient past when the human being's feeling for self was just
    • itself to the clairvoyant can be compared approximately with what those
    • be made to serve when selfish purposes are involved. Hence, the employment
    • not so obvious. Today the feeling for one's self, the overwhelming egohood
    • have the fruits of selfhood but without its disadvantages. An age will
    • consciousness of self. We will then have learned, in these seven cultures
    • This self-perception or consciousness of self can only awaken in a
    • of self within our physical bodily nature. On the other hand, we thank
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    • beings should struggle through to a consciousness of self, to their
    • descended into Hades. Humankind is in danger of losing itself in the world
    • sensible-sensual world. Then the same power proclaimed himself as Christ
    • the leading spirit characterizes himself as “the alpha and the
    • Let us now consider the full character of this age. Yahweh reveals himself
    • Through the fact that Christ revealed himself in a physical body on
    • himself carried his own mortal remains to heaven after three and a half
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    • itself cosmically in the Atlantean age. The human being became denser
    • essential being, just as sunlight announces itself through the rays
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    • with copies of his etheric body. But the etheric body of Sem himself,
    • had to use this etheric body in order to make himself understood to
    • who could only show himself to Abraham in the etheric body of Sem.
    • Christian mysticism out of himself. His writings can only be understood
    • the I must carry the question in itself. Every soul today that passively
    • receives what is given to it cannot go beyond itself. It can only observe
    • ask questions, must lift itself above itself; it must grow out of itself.
    • — and with the means that the student himself has received as
    • self-evident for the cultural epoch of the community of Philadelphia.
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    • within ourselves presents itself as a picture in the various animals.
    • the soul of the human being was itself hardened in matter. With some
    • a nature that has egotistically closed itself off from the world.
    • unmediated. But later it will show itself on the human face. Humankind
    • “receiving the Yahweh-Christ being” will later show itself
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    • from the earth; once again he shows himself with a sword in the battle
    • selfless — and taken in with increasing understanding. Its followers
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    • will look down upon the earth itself as it becomes increasingly material;
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    • 18:7 How much she hath glorified herself, and lived deliciously, so much torment and sorrow give her: for she saith in her heart, I sit a queen, and am no widow, and shall see no sorrow. \
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    • basis for the experience of self that was only like a seed at the time,
    • sense of self. The rest of Atlantean evolution was used to make the human
    • spirit-self, the etheric body into budhi or life-spirit, and the physical
    • consciousness soul can the spirit-self gradually — and at first,
    • age of “Philadelphia” the I will permeate the spirit-self,
    • through wisdom, through Theosophy, so that it receives manas or spirit-self
    • Saturn, Sun, and Moon stages, as well as the earth condition itself and
    • and the remnant that has maintained itself: “... one is ...”
    • knows but he himself.”
    • (were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knew, but he himselfRev. 19:12)
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    • Mystery of Golgotha itself, of worshiping idols, of introducing paganism into
    • rack, and they acknowledged the very thing that each one for himself had
    • Hence it has come about that what we know as materialism has spread itself so
    • itself still
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • electricity and work in an invisible manner in Man himself, after this time
    • and that was the time when he implanted into himself the principle of
    • implanted into himself from the cosmos the principle of electricity. There
    • weaves and works everlastingly, reveals itself in order that we may
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    • Mystery of Golgotha itself, of worshiping idols, of introducing paganism into
    • rack, and they acknowledged the very thing that each one for himself had
    • Hence it has come about that what we know as materialism has spread itself so
    • itself still
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • electricity and work in an invisible manner in Man himself, after this time
    • and that was the time when he implanted into himself the principle of
    • implanted into himself from the cosmos the principle of electricity. There
    • weaves and works everlastingly, reveals itself in order that we may
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 1: The Being of Man
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    • himself. Although so close to man, because it concerns himself; the
    • to the challenge ”Know thyself!”, a challenge that has
    • forced itself upon man through all the ages, as we may say, from
    • self-knowledge is very hard of attainment. This applies not only to
    • individual, personal self-knowledge, but above all to knowledge of
    • know himself, that the subject we are about to discuss in the course
    • without reason that I myself have only reached the point where I can
    • what he appears to be in everyday life, whether it be oneself or
    • when a man speaks of aspiring after self-knowledge, of aspiring to
    • man, who cannot permeate himself to the very fibres of his soul with
    • presents itself to the spiritual eye; so that we may look
    • himself and others with what science has to say, including those
    • a totality complete within itself; and that the rest of man (which we
    • constituting man proves itself to be a duality, the one portion lying
    • the animal by itself, and to investigate whether that which we are in
    • science will accustom itself gradually to enter into what can be
    • suggest itself, when for instance we speak as we have just been doing
    • consider that it has in itself the forces through which it may also
    • to-day is our spinal cord has not within itself, as a matter
    • myself grotesquely, the human being is not called upon to believe
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    • third of these systems of organs, the blood-vessel system itself,
    • inside us. Thus the blood presents itself inwardly to the liver,
    • human organism presents itself to the outside world. And so we have
    • first contracted itself, and there, from the opposite direction, acts
    • upon our blood, presenting itself</