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  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • It was due to this that the Atlantean could consciously employ his
  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • recognize the divine forces which they had unconsciously
    • conscious of their divine origin. So it was meant to be. Man was not
    • a mixture of the conscious and unconscious acting and thinking of
  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • men were not conscious. This was the case to such a degree that when
    • which in man is “unconscious.” The development of certain
  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • and so on. His consciousness was dreamlike; he lived in
    • consciousness. This was different among the superhuman beings
    • their soul had already attained a higher stage, their consciousness
    • consciousness. The soul of the superhuman beings also loves in this
    • will be combined with completely clear consciousness.
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • his regulation did not take place consciously in the modern sense,
    • mankind, one should speak of an image consciousness rather than of a
    • dream consciousness. For the most part, colored images filled this
    • consciousness. But these were not the only kind. Thus man wandered
    • consciously. In the rushing of the wind, in the rustling of the
    • from the spiritual world directly into their will. They consciously
    • originated with them. In this they acted quite consciously, but the
    • world. He became a being which was conscious of itself in the world
    • of the senses. Thereby it came about that man could consciously
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • scientifically in the contemporary sense, then only the consciousness
    • consciousness mentioned in the previous essay. He had feelings and
    • quite dull and dreamlike. It was not a self-conscious
    • self-conscious spirit within him. This spirit united with the
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • in a state of soul slumber, and as only very dimly conscious.
  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • direct themselves either consciously or — most often —
    • unconsciously in accordance with the instructions of the
    • spiritual scientists. Everything unconscious must finally have its
    • origin in something conscious. The bricklayer who works on a house
    • “unconsciously,” directs himself according to matters of
    • which others are conscious who have determined the place where the
    • of which the determiners remain unconscious, but of which others are
    • or were conscious. An artist, for example, knows why a
    • not become conscious of this “why.”
    • certain field stand higher, more conscious workers, and thus the
    • scale of consciousness goes up and down.
    • comprehensible only if one realizes that ordinary human consciousness
    • is but one form of consciousness, and that there are
    • the levels of consciousness which lie “higher” or
    • “lower” than ordinary human consciousness. When man
    • consciousness change. But these changes are connected with his
    • of consciousness here by means of examples.
    • as much the result of a consciousness as the institutions of man in
    • effect of his consciousness. However, the consciousness at the base
    • physical world in which the ordinary human consciousness exists. In
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  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • consciousness through them. Everything else can suitably arise
    • out of this consideration of consciousness.
    • The consciousness which man develops during his
    • European mystery science — the “clear consciousness of
    • ideas. Man formed this consciousness only in the fourth principal
    • yet exist. There he lived in other conditions of consciousness. As a
    • the unfolding of lower conditions of consciousness.
    • The lowest condition of consciousness was passed
    • then follows the Moon consciousness and finally that of earth.
    • These former consciousnesses are primarily
    • The Saturn consciousness has the lowest degree of
    • clearer than this consciousness. In abnormal, so-called deep states
    • consciousness. The clairvoyant in the sense of mystery science can
    • live in this state of consciousness. On the contrary, he ascends to a
    • by the “clear consciousness of day.” The
    • be perceived by a “Saturn consciousness.”
    • sense acquires such a Saturn consciousness, but in addition to it he
    • keeps his “clear consciousness of day,” which man did not
    • trance. Such a clairvoyant is not in the Saturn consciousness itself,
    • While this Saturn consciousness is by some degrees
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  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • lived on earth. This is that condition of consciousness in which man
    • middle of this cycle. At this stage of consciousness man no longer
    • consciousness consisted of such images, tones, and so forth, which
    • condition of consciousness does color no longer appear merely in the
    • this fourth, the earthly condition of consciousness, the
    • “objective consciousness.” It has been formed slowly
    • consciousness has been described in the preceding pages, and in the
    • consciousness. The latter consists solely of the images we have
    • basis for memory and for self-consciousness. Only conceptualizing man
    • his environment as an independent, self-conscious being, where he
    • have described were stages of consciousness; the fourth is not only
    • consciousness, but self-consciousness.
    • But within the self-consciousness, the present-day
    • still higher states of consciousness. Man will live through these
    • states of consciousness on the next planets into which the earth will
    • about these future conditions of consciousness, and therewith about
    • Thus those states of consciousness which all of mankind must attain
    • him at this time. In the consciousness of the clairvoyant one finds
    • subsequent conditions of consciousness are now already present in all
    • developing in himself the states of consciousness to which in future
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • development of humanity through the seven stages of consciousness
    • development of the stages of consciousness, The aged man, the mature
    • beings with the dull Saturn consciousness, but also along with these
    • consciousness. When the Saturn development began, there already
    • existed natures with Sun consciousness, others with image
    • consciousness (Moon consciousness) those with a consciousness similar
    • to the present consciousness of man, then a fourth kind with
    • self-conscious (psychic) image consciousness, a fifth with
    • self-conscious (supra-psychic) object consciousness, and a sixth with
    • creative (spiritual) consciousness. This does not exhaust the series
    • will ascend to still higher levels of consciousness. As the external
    • looks upon five more forms of consciousness, as far off as distant
    • all, one can speak of twelve stages of consciousness.
    • sublime of these beings already had attained a level of consciousness
    • creative (supra-spiritual) consciousness. These
    • carrier of the human Saturn consciousness. The period of development
    • dull Saturn consciousness.
    • degree of consciousness. But the material body which he has received
    • follow beings with a creative (spiritual) consciousness, similar to
    • The third kind of spirits with the self-conscious
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  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • consciousness on the Sun. It resembles that into which today man
    • compare it with that dull state of consciousness in which the world
    • these “Spirits of Form” receive a consciousness like that
    • supra-psychic consciousness. These spirits attain this as a fruit of
    • consciousness, which man will develop only on Jupiter as conscious
    • image consciousness. Thereby they become capable of acting
    • consciously from the astral world. Now the ether body of a being can
    • attained the stage of consciousness which man today possesses as his
    • waking consciousness. One can say of them that they now become men.
    • consciousness such as man will have on the Moon. On Saturn they had
    • he will consciously use at later stages of his development. Thereby,
    • onward, man himself is so far advanced that he can unconsciously work
    • development will he become conscious of this spirit of life. As from
    • While man works unconsciously on his physical body
    • their consciousness into this ether body and thereby, in a kind of
    • condition of consciousness, that of dreamless sleep. The physical
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • of consciousness. The first had developed during the seven Saturn
    • condition of consciousness of Saturn man cannot be compared with any
    • state of consciousness of present-day man, for it was duller than
    • that of dreamless sleep. The Sun consciousness, however, can be
    • consciousness of the sleeping plant world. But in all these instances
    • consciousness is now compared with one with which it has some
    • so-called image consciousness on the Moon. The similarity consists in
    • that in the Moon consciousness as well as in dream consciousness,
    • Moon consciousness on the basis of such confused dream images, one
    • prevails. It is true that the images of the Moon consciousness have
    • table itself. This is not the case with the Moon consciousness.
    • consciousness in man's ancestors on the Moon was the formation of a
    • reaches the point where he can be engaged unconsciously on the
    • consciousness he creates for himself the first germinal
    • body means that they connect their own states of consciousness with
    • the images of the consciousness of the ether body. They thereby
    • dim human consciousness the Spirits of Twilight thus experience a
    • experience for himself in his earth consciousness.
    • lack the object consciousness. In the astral body images flow and
    • thinking object consciousness will make its appearance on the earth,
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • later. An advance of human consciousness is also associated with this
    • possess merely an utterly dull consciousness, which is not equivalent
    • today this latter state of consciousness is in fact an
    • “unconscious” one. In the time when the ether body
    • appears, man reaches the consciousness which is his today in
    • consciousness makes its appearance, similar to, but not identical
    • The fourth, the current condition of consciousness of earth man, will
    • This present condition of consciousness develops
    • states of consciousness of the Spirits of Fire, the plants as states
    • of consciousness of the Spirits of Twilight. The minerals have a
    • consciousness of the Spirits of Form. The “higher man”
    • consciousness of the Spirits of Form.
    • the consciousness of the Fire Spirits and become independent thought
    • which the conceptions of the dreamlike image consciousness are woven.
    • similar astral body, and the plants emerge from the consciousness of
    • dreamlike image consciousness. They form the second elementary realm.
    • For beings which are endowed with a dreamlike image consciousness, or
    • with conscious image consciousness, these creations of the third
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • development of the earth; the conscious transformation of the ether
    • conscious one; it was preceded by one more or less unconscious during
    • the previous development of the earth. It is in this unconscious
    • and of the consciousness soul.
    • consciousness, but they are more vivid and colorful, and, most
    • images of the Moon consciousness corresponded completely to whatever
    • this has become possible only in the earth consciousness of man; but
    • his image consciousness, These images were a complete means of
    • out of the mere image consciousness of the old Moon the object
    • consciousness could develop, which makes possible the perception of
    • images of consciousness arose from within, and just this opening of
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • threshold of consciousness if a new one is to be acquired. For
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • thinking totally lacks the consciousness that it is possible to
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • perception which he described as “a fully conscious

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