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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • according to their nature, they are attracted by a deep, inner longing
    • science, in its essential nature, is not recognized by means of the
    • nature as a kind of self-education of the soul and to apply what it
    • knowledge of nature, since this knowledge can never lead to anything
    • soul-element does not live in what man knows about nature, but in the
    • occupation with nature. What it vitally achieves in this activity is
    • something besides the knowledge of nature itself: it is
    • self-development experienced in acquiring knowledge of nature. Occult
    • realms that lie beyond mere nature. The occult scientist has no desire
    • nature, the soul is guided by the object under consideration to a much
    • instance, scientific self-education in the observation of nature has
    • declarations, are able to enter into the nature of his communications
    • allow the capacity of soul unfolded through a knowledge of nature to
    • evolve further, as far as its own nature will allow, and then call
    • conception of the nature of “proof.” He learns that for an
    • possible. For the visible facts, through their very inner nature,
    • about the nature of man, about his conduct between birth and death,
    • world is considered to be much too much of the nature of thought. But
    • nature of what has been experienced will be gained in carrying out in
    • nature” offers him. The supersensible method of knowledge
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
    • so-called lifeless nature — the mineral kingdom — which always bears death
    • the same nature as the mineral world. On the other hand, what
    • nature as the mineral world. We can point to the corpse as that part
    • as they must appear, according to their own nature, namely, as the
    • naturally, nothing of a bodily nature, however tenuous we may picture
    • sure, is not visualized as having the nature of the lifebody
    • lies in the nature of man, during his evolution, at times to bring to
    • plants, he is, in regard to his astral body, of the same nature as the
    • happen only if he has an unclear idea of the nature of consciousness.
    • stimuli, but that the being experiences something in its inner nature
    • nature. One speaks of the astral body as long as one considers the
    • through its very nature, distinguishes itself from every other name.
    • nature of the “ I ” is independent of all that is external;
    • of an external nature has access to that part of the soul with which
    • soul. Only a being with whom the soul is of like nature can gain
    • but only that it is of the same nature and essence as the Divine.
    • difficult to gain the proper insight into the nature of the I. Much
    • consideration of the matter. But the nature of a thing is not decided
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • IT IS NOT possible to penetrate into the nature of waking
    • Nature has invented death that she might have abundant
    • soul-spirit nature of man as fatigue. But this fatigue is the
    • is of like nature to itself, to supply it with the means of
    • out of the nature of the three lower bodies can only be active within
    • nature, it could at death draw complete satisfaction from the
    • nature of the ego. As long as the ego is within the bodies, these
    • spiritual nature of the ego. The ego must have sense enjoyments as
    • spirit.” All desires of a sensual nature, in which the sensual is
    • that has not arisen out of the spiritual nature of the ego during life
    • is of a spiritual nature. These creatures appear like distortions and
    • so far as the pleasure is founded in its own nature. The animal is
    • nature, not to maintain and further it, then such craving can be
    • neither the effect of its three bodies, nor that of its own nature. It
    • nature of the ego and arouse in it passions that have no relationship
    • nature with his ego, for only an ego has access to another ego. Just
    • composed of beings of a spiritual nature. — Yet he brings with him into
    • spiritual nature, it has, in a certain respect, a similarity to the
    • kind imparts its own inner nature to this ego. Without that separation
    • physical organs is perceived in its spiritual nature in the first
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 1)
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    • spiritual nature is transformed into matter, but in matter we have
    • characterized above, the actual Earth itself. The essential nature of
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 2)
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    • being in such a manner that they be a manifestation of its own nature?
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • of this effect of heat, not of its inner nature. Let us try to
    • beginning of the Saturn evolution. At that time the bodily nature of
    • “Authorities,”) is of such a nature that the expressions of
    • down upon Saturn from its environment and communicates its nature to
    • nature. If he gives himself up to ideas that he himself forms in his
    • like the one just cited for the sake of comparison where the nature of
    • a being possessed of a semblance of life, of a soullike nature and
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • the Sun evolution because at that time his nature is invested with the
    • himself through spiritual-scientific training. The nature of this
    • were, by the human bodies and forms a kind of lower nature within the
    • Spirits of Love. A part of the retarded Saturn nature is mixed with
    • Saturn nature the precursors of the sense organs of the present earth
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • at first by themselves. They bear within their inner nature all that
    • astral body to flow forth from their own essential nature into the
    • however, the Spirits of Form do not give up their own nature to him,
    • the latter bear within themselves a Saturn and a Sun nature. As a
    • result, a kind of cleavage arises in human nature, and through this
    • nature of passion and desire. This expresses itself gradually by a
    • kind of animal — man. His nature contained the essential elements of the
    • by these spirits he had the power to ennoble his own nature, indeed,
    • sort of conflict within human nature, and through the influence of the
    • the inner nature of these beings as a spiritual tone language. The
    • much more intimate relationship with the actual nature of the
    • more important effect upon the inner nature of the human being than
    • corporeality. The latter divides into two parts, two natures. Members
    • his nature is, as it were, too dense, too much determined by other
    • two natures. One of these natures, not subject to the independent
    • his own nature. An inner vivacity begins chiefly in the astral body,
    • belonging to him, as a completion of his own nature. He feels it as
    • upon his own bodily nature during the sunless period. Then when the
    • into the inner nature of the human body.
    • surroundings. They appear with a nature that has little in common with
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • of the new stage of evolution the three members of human nature appear
    • external form that appears like a copy of the human soul nature. It is
    • soul-spirit nature, entirely pictorial. It appears in the form of an
    • the soul-spirit nature of the human being were now on Earth,
    • heat who introduced a spark into his inner nature. When their external
    • his inner nature. He felt himself united with their forces, and this
    • began to shine through this influence. This was a time when nature
    • of man himself. Anyone who might have observed the processes of nature
    • beings who were most harmonious in their nature. Others were ready to
    • human nature, it came under the influence of the beings who had, under
    • extended its nature upon the inheritors of the forebear's form. The
    • Prior to this point in the evolution of his nature, man had no
    • Only that part of soul nature felt itself attracted to these forms
    • nature. This did not occur. Certain spiritual beings took an active
    • separation, beings who had retained so much of their Moon nature that
    • beings with the ancient Moon nature were confined with their irregular
    • development to the earth. In their Moon nature lay the cause of their
    • Moon nature, the force to work on the human astral body, namely, in
    • activity as something like a present-day nature force, nor as
    • place in the primeval age was not a nature effect but a spiritual
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • of human nature, and in these members they carried the astrally
    • nature were revealed to them. They were able to speak of the spiritual
    • beings behind nature. The creative powers of the forces active in
    • nature below the human being revealed themselves to them. What had
    • And the physical body of this human being must be of such a nature
    • to the being of the powers of nature in special states of the soul.
    • unveil only as much of Its inner nature as human beings, peoples, were
    • Lemurian age. The human beings, as to their soul nature, may thus be
    • spiritual powers behind the forces of nature that were revealed in
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • entire nature is transformed. A boundless enrichment of his soul
    • certain transformation of his entire nature. The means for such a
    • transformation cannot, by its very nature, be thought out by
    • knowledge. These doubts disappear if one holds in mind the nature of
    • inner nature of the disciple would only occur were the teacher to
    • this domain. Whoever considers the nature of the human soul, as far as
  • 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
    • truly they do this, the truer they are, and it is part of their nature
    • permitting instincts, desires, and passions to enter into his nature
    • the nature of meditation was to be described by a single example.)
    • that is brought forth by nature. But just because of this it has an
    • whole is certainly not produced by nature, but all its details are,
    • nevertheless, borrowed from nature — the black color, the red roses, and
    • deeply into the nature of things than ordinary thinking, it is able
    • bodily nature just as it does during sleep, but it does not, as in the
    • experiences itself in its true inner, independent nature, while in the
    • their very nature, not yet relate to anything real in the spiritual
    • previously unorganized soul-spirit nature. The individual beholds
    • everyday life. — The very nature of the human being, however, makes
    • new being in itself as the kernel of its soul nature, and this being
    • nature force within the human soul, and in order to vanquish this
    • upon the origin of man, or upon the nature of life. Through simple
    • action and the nature of the thing to be done so as to permit its
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • feeling, “Whatever has the nature of being in itself may also
    • saying, “Something possessing the nature of being acts within
    • nature, stands already within the spiritual world; it presents itself
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • are, in truth, work performed on the soul-spirit nature, that is to
    • soul-spirit nature. If, however, one forms a definite opinion right at
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
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    • entitled “The Essential Nature of Mankind.” To
    • death.” The other members of human nature — life body, sentient
    • spiritual nature. One recognizes above all a host of spiritual beings
    • supersensible observation, if one has learned to understand its nature
    • Otherwise its very nature remains unintelligible, just as Raphael's
    • higher stage of cognition to understand the inner nature of these
    • to have become united with its inner nature. Step by step the student
    • inspiration leads him further into the inner nature of beings. He
    • life. What is released after death from the human bodily nature goes
    • nature, we must investigate it by means of intuition also in the
    • period between birth and death. Whoever wished to fathom the nature of
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • fortunate gift of nature have an excellent basis for the forces of
    • acknowledge anything in the world will find that the essential nature
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
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    • gives them form that depends upon his own nature. Let us imagine that
    • are permeated through and through by his own nature. The latter
    • in regard to what man notices in himself as his own essential nature,
    • feeling of shame. This is indeed the reaction of healthy human nature:
    • shame in everyday life; it prevents the innermost nature of the human
    • that his inner nature is concealed from him, he is also not able to
    • transform his nature that it may unfold spiritual organs of
    • image of his own nature. — We see from this how necessary it is that man
    • that flows from one's own inner nature becomes detached from the
    • This training will of itself be of such a nature that the encounter
    • coloring of reality through one's own soul nature. In ordinary life of
    • “guardian of the threshold,” his own inner nature, which he
    • speak to him purely out of their own nature. If the student has thus
    • to disregard his own nature also when he confronts the world of soul
    • coloring of supersensible world-phenomena with his own nature, must
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 9)
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    • nature that it causes the impression in the soul of the observer of
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • field of consciousness do not possess the nature of sense images; they
    • this body shows itself within their soul nature, which reveals itself
    • remember. The latter is contained within them like a bodily nature.
    • Something of the real nature of the Christ event could also be known
    • essential nature of the Christ event.
    • fifth cultural period. Its nature consists in the advance of the
    • we shall find that it is a significant image of the nature of what has
    • justified through its own nature; if a knowledge of a different kind
    • possible for him to be according to his inner nature, precisely in the
    • the innermost core of human nature. And from there it is to flow into
    • the present-day “nature forces,” so in the future love will
    • reveal itself in all phenomena as a new nature force. It is the
    • transmuted by its very nature into love. The entire process that has
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • nature of the earth, but, at the outset, also the supersensible nature
    • the supersensible nature of other cosmic bodies should be considered
    • depend also upon the nature of the forces man takes with him from
    • of his bodily nature is connected with these conditions.
    • nature. — We may regard these changes in the following manner. Physical
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Table of Contents
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    • II.The Essential Nature of Mankind
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface First Edition
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    • discuss anything of a personal nature, it seems essential to do so in
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • thinking, of the nature of this thinking is a necessary spiritual
    • strengthening cognition are of an entirely spiritual nature; they are
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Sixteenth to Twentieth Edition
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    • In my imaginative perceptions the spiritual nature of individual man stood
    • the content I had seen as the nature of the life of individual man,
    • experienced the nature of such revelation knows that the thoughts of
    • through an incorrectly conceived view of nature.
    • comprehension of the spirit world is not of the nature of artistic
    • the knowledge of “nature”? Occult science is the science of
    • nature, but in that region toward which the soul turns when it directs
    • is necessary to know concerning the nature of imagination,
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Special Comments
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    • nature. Two soul states alternate: the state of surrender to outer
    • impressions and the state of surrender to one's own bodily nature. In
    • expression of the desire for the enjoyment of one's own bodily nature
    • its own bodily nature; that is to say, the soul goes to sleep, even
    • intellect trained in outer observation of nature. But just as it is
    • observation of nature insofar as supersensible cognition is concerned

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