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- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
- animals. Plants are in a continuous state of sleep. A person who does
- that of animals and men in their waking state. That, however, can
- it makes certain movements like the animal. One speaks of the
- human and animal experiences are compared. The animal experiences with
- the animal it would always be possible, were we able to go far enough,
- animals than it is to ascribe consciousness to plants. It is very
- animal anything similar to human memory. Such an objection, however,
- factually how the animal behaves in the complex of its experiences
- being, and he realizes that the animal's behavior corresponds to the
- cannot carry out in the case of the animal, one states something based
- and with another human being and also with animals in exactly the same
- the animal. In regard to such things our current psychology suffers
- him. Consciousness of self can be developed in animals and in
- way the animal can experience it. Nothing can be known concerning the
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
- for a moment observes a part of the animal world with unprejudiced
- so far as the pleasure is founded in its own nature. The animal is
- animal passions, because they do not have their being in the sense
- the wildest animals, in which only passions are embodied that
- animal world. Supersensible knowledge must, in this way, enlarge the
- stand lower than the visible world of destructive animals.
- as minerals, plants, and animals surround him in the sense world and
- physical eye is manifest in its effects in plants, animals, and men.
- trace of an animal is to be seen, he will nevertheless acknowledge
- some animal and will not believe that it has been constructed in its
- existence within the bodily sheath. He will compare the animal with
- obvious reality. That animals can be trained, that is, that they
- results of animal training do not fuse in like manner with the
- animal's personal nature, as is the case with human beings. It is even
- emphasized that the abilities the domestic animal acquires through
- another any more than one species of animal resembles another.
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
- earth, and are counted among the mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms.
- beings of the mineral, plant, animal, and human kingdoms belong to the
- for the animals, plants, and minerals of the present time. (It is,
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
- kingdom a sort of plant-animal sprang up, covering and permeating the
- kind of animal man. His nature contained the essential elements of the
- described here. The mineral-plants, the plant-animals, and the
- animal-men are differentiated according to groups. This will be
- animal-plants. These animal-plants must be thought of as floating,
- the same way the present-day lower animals live in water or the land
- animals in the air. This element, however, is neither water nor air in
- animal-plants appear only as condensed, regular forms of this element,
- animal-plant kingdom; behind and within the mineral-plant beings the
- and plant-animals. These other creatures, however, remain endowed with
- wisdom in each plant leaf, in each animal and human bone, in the
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
- These beings are the ancestors of the present animal kingdom. In the
- for human beings on the ancient Moon. The animals thus created had
- souls that could not reside in the individual animal. The soul
- animals originating from a single configuration have a common soul.
- form of its forebear does a new animal soul commence its embodiment.
- We may speak in this sense in spiritual science in regard to animal
- reproduction of animal nature, and chiefly those of plant nature. He
- between the realm of human and animal souls. There were also beings
- little dependent on soul qualities. (The animal kingdom became denser
- to use the forces of growth and reproduction of animal and human
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
- bodies, as well as the mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms, formed the
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
- spectacle, the Christ Jesus spoke admiringly of the animal's beautiful
- beautiful teeth of a dead animal, you also see the
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
- does the plant or animal world in the realm of the physical senses.
- stones, plants, and animals stood before his senses. The student of
- animals. Also, man learns to know himself only partially through inner
- stones, animals, and plants are perceived. This feeling is thus the
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
- transformed animal kingdom; above it there is a human kingdom, which
- retransformed animal kingdom; this will be joined on an ascending
- Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Special Comments
- animal or even in the plant when something appears that resembles
- if an animal carries out an action a third or fourth time, it may then
- the corresponding processes in the plant and animal kingdoms, then one
- on the one hand, and in animal and plant on the other. What may appear
- as highly intelligent actions in animals has also no connection
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