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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • “secret” and therefore only accessible to certain people
    • do not become aware that a certain attitude of the human soul has been
    • Whoever wishes to speak about occult science must certainly, in
    • fruitless. Nothing, indeed, hinders them from making the certainly
    • assert this or that and say that occult science ascertains this.”
    • certainty in these matters.
    • the sense world. He refuses to perceive certain questions and riddles;
    • wait for answers to certain things who does not ask any questions?
    • is common to all human beings. It is certainly true that the insight
    • the answer to certain questions springing from his craving for
    • certain higher sense, a weakening of life, indeed a death of the soul,
    • supersensible, or to deny it. Indeed, under certain conditions it
    • occult-scientific observations man arrives at the certainty that,
    • estrange men from true reality, then such objections would certainly
    • appear as though a certain amount of alleged knowledge were presented
    • gaining information about certain of its facts, and then we account
    • investigated. The scientist makes use of certain instruments and
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • a certain degree of perfection particular faculties at the cost of
    • it makes certain movements like the animal. One speaks of the
    • their leaves if certain outer stimuli act upon them. Yet it is not the
    • characteristic of consciousness that a being reacts to certain
    • influence of heat and cold, pain and pleasure, under certain regularly
    • different. The dog feels a certain attraction to its master. This
    • Out of certain prejudices, one might object to this exposition by
    • life forces, so man has to eradicate certain parts of the past from
    • perception of the new. Consider certain facts, like that of learning
    • through a certain inner activity. The visualizations of external
    • certain low inclinations and turns toward nobler ones. In doing so he
    • pointing to certain changes that can take place in man in the course
    • of his development. Let us call to mind how certain human soul
    • with how little certain other qualities of man change in the course of
    • retain certain aspects of this violent temper in later life. This is
    • example, under certain circumstances a person blushes or turns pale.
    • are closely united and in a certain respect form a whole. In a similar
    • call the I, since it partakes of the  I  nature and, in a certain
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • forthwith that such an opinion is false, for it contains a certain
    • a certain degree, for, during the waking state, the soul puts its own
    • a certain sense it constitutes something that belongs to this world.
    • with his dwelling within the cosmic harmony for a certain length of
    • out of place in our age in which certain materialistic modes of
    • is certain: that definite physical processes must be assumed as lying
    • with certain concepts, but rather whether they are properly evaluated
    • interweaving of a picture world that conceals within it certain rules
    • dreams have certain mysterious laws that are fascinating and alluring
    • “dreaming.” It is only necessary to call to mind certain
    • seem to extend over a certain period of time. We need only keep in
    • but it still retains a certain connection with the ether body. That
    • perception, but there is no possibility of anyone else ascertaining
    • body, a certain perfection of memory exists, and it disappears to the
    • activity during its sojourn in the physical body. To a certain degree,
    • cease. Certain desires remain that maintain this connection. These are
    • without which, in a certain sense, the spirit could not evolve. The
    • person who loves another is certainly not attracted only to that in
    • human horizon to include a world of beings that, in a certain respect,
    • spiritual nature, it has, in a certain respect, a similarity to the
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 1)
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    • and astral body, are already developed and have already a certain
    • anything to do with this beginning of the earth. A certain point of
    • greatest clarity of perception. For this reason a certain school of
    • certain sense may be called our human ancestors, did not yet possess
    • planetary incarnation, reached a certain stage of maturity in his
    • this latter period, conditions prevailed that still show a certain
    • conditions has in this similarity to the present a certain starting
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 2)
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    • Certainly it is true that the astral body, as a soul member, stands at
    • certain climax of evolution. In this connection one need but think of
    • whole, we shall certainly find that it is correct to speak of the
    • connection, the fact that in certain parts of the physical body
    • are, in a certain sense, only the necessary shadow side of the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • certain lines, not straight lines, but in irregular forms, produced by
    • like a mirror of celestial life. Certain exalted beings whose life was
    • esotericism they are called “Thrones.”) — After a certain
    • has lasted a certain length of time, there begins the activity of
    • Flickering glimmers of light appear in certain places, and in others
    • evolution has been reached, again certain beings have the possibility
    • place on Saturn. These activities are in a certain sense their ego.
    • This gives them a certain kind of consciousness that may be designated
    • of music. — Within these processes certain beings again find the
    • a certain stage; it has reached that low, dim consciousness spoken of
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • continues for a certain length of time, after which an important
    • certain inner movements within the physical body. These movements may
    • After a certain length of time a pause again ensues, after which the
    • distinguishable shapes. — Again after a certain length of time there
    • certain Spirits of Personality who have remained behind at the Saturn
    • Sun evolution lasts for a certain time. Then another period of rest
    • primary nucleus of life spirit (buddhi) is formed. — At a certain time
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • what, in a certain sense, forms the spiritual sheath of the planet.
    • thus formed from one. Certain higher beings who, prior to this, were
    • certain higher beings who did not go over to the first cosmic body.
    • of the deepest significance for all subsequent evolution. Certain
    • this elimination and for a certain time thereafter, the human ancestor
    • renewed. After a certain length of time, this process was repeated
    • understood if we bear in mind that, because certain organisms have
    • body remain behind, so is this also the case with certain beings
    • certain retarded Spirits of Personality withdrew during the Sun
    • certain time, bring to bear upon them.
    • separate. Certain parts condense, others become rarefied. All of this
    • themselves determine certain movements of cosmic bodies and their
    • of the secession of certain Moon beings already described and the
    • body in quite regular periods. At certain times they seek out the
    • attain a certain size and form, but in order that this may occur, the
    • kind with respect to certain parts of the physical and ether bodies.
    • after a certain length of time, to be reunited with the
    • reached a certain degree of perfection. It becomes ether-like. When,
    • a certain sense an independent soul. To the influence of these beings
    • of the Moon conditions only certain transitory forms of evolution
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • light. — Certain higher beings who were previously within the Earth body
    • from the physical body at certain times so that man now lives
    • it to grow. A certain limit, however, was set to this growth. As a
    • human soul. Certain human souls, therefore, found it no longer
    • spoken of here; in a certain respect, even their location in heavenly
    • bodies for a certain length of time, could no longer do so when the
    • its constitution, it became evident that certain souls proved to be
    • feels himself now to a certain degree as a unity in this world, but he
    • existence with it, thus becoming earth-moon beings, caused a certain
    • time a certain independence in his organism and a less restricted
    • nature. This did not occur. Certain spiritual beings took an active
    • exercised this force by giving the astral body a certain independence
    • certain sense, deprived it of the faculties the human being had
    • earthly consciousness the entire process was to a certain degree
    • these perceptions. The future now became uncertain. With this
    • uncertainty, the possibility of the sense of fear implanted itself in
    • under the Luciferic influence man became independent of certain forces
    • in a certain way, to the phase of human evolution characterized above
    • Himself, but only that of other higher beings. There were certain
    • Certain human individuals who were affected most by the Luciferic
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • overcome to a certain degree. In this way it has been described by the
    • all mystery wisdom had in a certain regard to assume a new form.
    • attained a certain maturity. Previously these descendants let it
    • evolution at a certain time begins to ripen in the preceding age. What
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • This state of consciousness resembles sleep only in a certain respect,
    • being at a certain moment in the course of his life, without special
    • knowledge inaccessible to the physical eye. Strength and certainty of
    • view when a certain thought makes a sufficiently strong impression
    • has given me certain faculties; it did not bestow them upon me to be
    • certain transformation of his entire nature. The means for such a
    • consider it permissible to publish certain truths relating to the
    • human evolution — must, in a certain sense, be declared outmoded. It is
    • we may do so only to a certain point. Yet the information given leads
    • such a soul has a certain dim presentiment of its maturity and through
    • presentiment may produce a certain pride that hinders faith in a true
    • spiritual training. It is possible that a certain stage of soul
    • development may remain concealed up to a certain age in human life and
    • it is important to avoid certain obvious misunderstandings. One of
    • with certain instructions concerning conduct in as far as, without an
    • recognized that are also valid for the sensory-physical world. Certain
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • nature, an awakening power upon certain hidden faculties of the human
    • in a certain sense more perfect than the human being who is filled
    • certain higher perfections must be purchased through the acquirement
    • certain thoughts about plant and man. For the effect of such a symbol
    • awakening power for certain purely soul faculties. To be sure, someone
    • whole is certainly not produced by nature, but all its details are,
    • varied manner. Also certain sentences, formulae, even single words,
    • attempt to keep alive such joy in the soul for a certain length of
    • but the holding sway, for a certain length of time, of the feeling
    • certain inner discretion that results through the exercises themselves
    • in a certain sense, self-perception. It belongs to the essence of
    • soul is active in a certain way while sleeping. In such states the
    • certain times during sleep intervals in which he can consciously
    • this state in the course of training, but one should certainly not
    • and spirit should be derived from it. The soul is uncertain in this
    • him, in a certain sense. He feels himself at times outside of what he
    • born, above it. The student feels how the first ego attains a certain
    • certain independence of the first ego. — This experience is of great
    • a certain sense. From this ego just as much of living force is
    • certainty of character, keenness of conscience, which are developed in
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • by reflecting on what is given, to attain the certain conviction that
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment, certain
    • student in a certain sphere of his inner life of all that springs only
    • One will then certainly notice that one's astral body, upon which one
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
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    • training, as though located in the neighborhood of certain organs of
    • physical world there is, however, a significant difference. Certain
    • then, after a certain time, enter a higher world in which he not only
    • obscure, uncertain insight into a fact, that is, for a certain idea
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • determined by outer impressions immediately finds himself uncertain
    • he surrenders himself to a certain soul activity, to fall into
    • certainly be disastrous to the human being were he to let himself be
    • certain processes of life with which his personal judgment is not, at
    • make this clear. A man is in a certain situation in life where he may
    • perform a certain deed or leave it undone. His judgment suggests to
    • him: Do this! But there may be a certain inexplicable something in his
    • become the plaything of all sorts of uncertain impulses, and from such
    • preference for the “inexplicable” certainly makes no one a
    • There is a certain attitude of soul that is important for the student
    • the answer to certain questions is received. Students of the spirit
    • renounce the desire to force answers to certain questions. They will
    • also have the feeling at a certain point of his development that he,
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 7)
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    • undertaken for acquiring inspiration and intuition, certain definite
    • certain expressions of the physical body that formerly took place
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    • worlds of knowledge, he notices at a certain stage that the cohesion
    • These three soul forces stand always in a certain relationship to each
    • a certain object in the outer world. It pleases or displeases the
    • separate and each assumes a certain independence. For example, a
    • certain thought has no longer an inward urge toward a certain feeling
    • certainty and firmness to the power of judgment, and to the life of
    • a certain picture appears before man in the world of imagination. If,
    • itself in a certain form. At the moment, however, when pleasure or
    • surrounding world of soul and spirit. Now, certain facts of human
    • unconcealed it would show that certain forms of destiny must still be
    • the cosmos and mankind and knows how, at a certain point of time of
    • physical-sensory world, certain truths about the spiritual world. The
    • In a training in which no attention is paid to the certainty and
    • a certain direction and believes the trees and other objects of
    • him certainty in distinguishing between delusion and reality. All of
    • between illusion and reality. He may be certain that by employing this
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 9)
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    • this seventh principle is in a certain regard nothing else but the
    • powers. — In the higher world, self-knowledge is different, in a certain
    • The “guardian of the threshold” will assume, to a certain
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 10)
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    • reached only a certain degree of perfection in a preceding stage when
    • imaginations with certainty, yet he already performs exercises leading
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • Moon, Sun, and Saturn evolutions are contained in a certain sense
    • over from the Moon becomes evident only at a certain stage of
    • Further observation shows that, in a certain sense, the effect of what
    • perception, we can see that in the future certain processes must take
    • on the Moon certain beings and things are present that will assume
    • certain forms when, within the earth of the physical senses, this or
    • only he can know who is cognizant of certain things of the
    • directly through an inner, in a certain respect, supersensible
    • certain knowledge of non-sensory facts and beings. This was the
    • state continued in a certain respect throughout the entire fourth
    • however, certain initiates who still possessed the natural clairvoyant
    • has bestowed upon human evolution repeats itself, in a certain way, in
    • the fifth period. In the third period the soul still perceived certain
    • human being occur with a certain relationship to humanity's own
    • level of development that will have been reached by a certain number
    • moon, will be able, after a certain period of evolution, to reunite
    • certain point of time the sun departs once more from Jupiter and the
    • a certain number of men would be condemned to belong to the kingdom of
    • and spirit form, within certain limits, separate evolutionary streams.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • These perceptions appear at a certain stage of development, however,
    • are certainly different in content from the outer sense-impressions.
    • it was, therefore, possible also to speak of certain relationships of
    • a change. This change is connected in a certain respect with the great
    • so forth. These are changes, however, in which certain repetitions
    • that time. These states lead the ego, after a certain lapse of time,
    • outer world, it begins from a certain point of time to nourish itself
    • these processes were indicated. We may thus say, in a certain sense,
    • The dream state has been characterized, in a certain respect, in the
    • surrenders itself completely to a feeling for a certain length of
    • the soul reaches through its immersion in certain feelings. In
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface First Edition
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    • say to himself, ‘It is certainly queer what eccentricities can be
    • a judgment. A certain necessity arises to clarify what the author
    • such a book would certainly have no reason for existence were it to
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • certainly appreciate their seriousness where they are to be taken
    • penetrate into the spirit world, and these reasons are in a certain
    • indeed, to be almost impossible that someone in a certain sense admits
    • more value for a certain kind of soul-life than the proof that is
    • soul-life frees itself from them. To certain modern schools of thought
    • Here certain entirely comprehensible habits of thought confront what
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Special Comments
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    • memory, and what is here described as actual memory in man. Certainly,
    • and through it gains a certain power of discrimination, then a change
    • In certain chapters of this book it has been indicated how the world
    • because, before the separation of the sun from the earth, certain
    • dwelling place of beings who, by having developed certain earth

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