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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • while yet at some time he must reach a point when he inwardly dies.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • observed. Indeed, the right path toward perception is that which
    • effect of heat, the being, for example, inwardly experiences pain.
    • activity toward what it has made its own out of the knowledge of the
    • might say that, with each step upward, one of the veils that envelop
    • toward the manifest world. He, thereby, develops to higher stages of
    • certain low inclinations and turns toward nobler ones. In doing so he
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • the expression of a healthy soul, and an inclination toward “idle
    • toward his environment he forms, by means of perception, thought
    • namely the fact that the sleeping person wishes to ward off something.
    • ward off. Dreams create symbols; they are symbol-makers. Inner
    • he is standing at an abyss. He sees a child running toward it. In his
    • teacher, while directly afterwards the teacher, himself, answers the
    • the activity of the astral body is directed toward this physical body.
    • created. Only when man in his backward journey has reached the point
    • the ego. While before death the outer perceptions had to flow toward
    • turned toward the outer world, spreads out before it. It is as though
    • Only, what he experiences of this environment streams toward him in
    • the way the perception of his own ego streams toward him during his
    • it become for him an inwardly pulsating life that may be likened to
    • longings toward physical life. The immersion of the ego in the
    • the third region, forces stream toward him out of which his astral
    • are also laid aside, all that streams toward the ego from the spirit
    • outwardly perceptible world. The moment, however, the astral body is
    • newly formed, his attention turns outward. The astral body once more
    • so that the hands move forward; therefore something spiritual must be
    • present that takes care of the forward movement of the hands. In
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 2)
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    • in the outwardly observable degrees of perfection of the physical,
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • and outwardly, into cosmic space, this all appears as tone, as a kind
    • “odors.” Toward the outside, toward celestial space,
    • such states may be mentioned: pure soul heat, which is outwardly
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • there exists a bond of attraction. Their behavior toward the retarded
    • advanced companions toward the human beings on Saturn. On the latter,
    • outwardly as tones. Something similar had to be described already for
    • develops an inward life that manifests itself to consciousness in a
    • way comparable to an inner perception of smell. Outwardly, however,
    • toward cosmic space, this human being presents himself as a
    • experiencing the first traces of sympathy and antipathy toward his
    • expresses itself outwardly as a kind of primitive language. If a
    • pleasant scent, or taste, or glimmer of light is perceived inwardly,
    • the human being expresses this outwardly by means of a tone, and this
    • also occurs in regard to an inwardly antipathetic perception. — In fact,
    • sleep, can be well understood if we direct our spiritual gaze toward
    • one of the orders of beings mentioned, for instance, toward the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • desire lacks inwardness and independence. It is guided by the Spirits
    • alternately turns its life toward and away from the sun. There is a
    • inwardly newly formed, although he was still insignificant in this new
    • external world, to one in which it was turned more toward the inner
    • harmonies. Toward the end of this period the images in the astral body
    • This being is one of the Sons of Life. He feels toward this being
    • outwardly physically. The physical can also be present in such a way
    • and it can, moreover, be permeated again more inwardly by those parts
    • they worked from without, downward upon the Moon. The human being is
    • development on the forward path. The following cycle, that is, the
    • them that, outwardly observed, appears like their period of rest,
    • farther evolution proceeds toward Earth.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • soul were constantly turned toward the Earth from which he has
    • man is evolving is turned toward the sun. The night period, that is,
    • Were we to turn our glance toward the Earth during its night period we
    • outwardly inconspicuous germinal nucleus. What is said here about day
    • structures of delicate substance that are inwardly mobile, appearing
    • part of the astral body, through which he experiences inwardly in
    • inwardly conscious of himself. He already distinguishes between his
    • after this middle period. Only toward the end of life was the earth
    • Angels. If the human being toward the end of his life felt himself
    • united inwardly with these forces, then he was able by means of
    • man. The parts that contained tendencies toward the subsequent head
    • through the presence of the moon forces, tended more and more toward
    • been only the predisposition toward this separation. The division into
    • way. They increased the urge toward error in his soul, especially the
    • urge toward the misuse of the forces of growth and reproduction that
    • inclined toward the world of the senses. In this way they became ever
    • the “Vulcan oracle.” Their eyes were turned more toward
    • Toward the middle of the Atlantean period of evolution a great evil
    • were those that went eastward from Atlantis. What is now Europe, Asia,
    • their adherents was chiefly directed toward earthly matters. Mankind,
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • more the human being turned his interest toward the physical-sensory
    • turned their interest toward the physical world of the senses. They
    • that age, turning toward the sense world, says, “Rather a beggar
    • and adoration had only directed their gaze toward the sensory
    • counterparts instead of toward the spiritual archetypes. During the
    • assumed His mission as teacher of mankind. From this moment onward the
    • soul did not preserve from ancient times the urge toward the spirit so
    • attention of the human being was directed more and more toward the
    • toward sensory-physical existence, the other is receptive to the
    • and sensation, but without perceiving it. The tendencies toward this
    • could not find the connection with what the intellect, directed toward
    • outwardly spiritual culture had yielded only to these influences, the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • leads straight forward. If self-initiation takes place for such a
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • become the bearer of inwardly pure experiences. It is of importance
    • it in inward meditation. We must seek to exclude all other thoughts
    • while awake, in warding off the disturbing influences of the physical
    • are brought together afterward, when pencils were invented, and so
    • toward the world shown by this legend. The erroneous, the bad, the
    • positiveness in judging the world; impartiality in our attitude toward
    • backward has a special value for spiritual training for the reason
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • a safe path, and through it he is able to gain a feeling toward the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • yet gained the right attitude toward a higher world. This attitude can
    • If the student has acquired the right attitude toward the exercises of
    • takes the right attitude toward them, he finds that the satisfaction
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • question before one's soul. What have I done inwardly in order to
    • I do not wish to hold the image itself; I wish to live quite inwardly
    • meditate upon what he has himself done inwardly. Only through such
    • develop such an inclination toward it that he begins to shut himself
    • who preserve, alongside the ability to withdraw inwardly, an open
    • toward such occurrences in life. It then becomes aware, as though in a
    • human being directs his efforts toward an extension of soul-life, but
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 7)
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    • various petals, then proceeding outward, pouring themselves like
    • perception. What sensory-physical cognition gains only afterwards in
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
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    • certain thought has no longer an inward urge toward a certain feeling
    • perceives himself in so far as he experiences himself inwardly in his
    • himself, with this feeling does not become evident outwardly in
    • become outwardly perceptible. If we give this due consideration, we
    • be experienced inwardly, but would be perceived outwardly just as
    • is taken for granted that one only takes this attitude toward the
    • worlds, and not toward what one receives as communications from other
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 10)
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    • toward which he strives. If this feeling emerges in the student of the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • fifth centuries. From the fifteenth century onward it emerged quite
    • from the sixteenth century onward into the present time. Under these
    • direction toward evil. The laggard souls will have accumulated in
    • now moves toward an evolution, for the character of which no
    • first divines and afterwards recognizes spiritual beings behind these
    • wisdom.” From the Earth stage onward, “wisdom of the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • outwardly, for instance, through the fact that the point of the
    • inner spiritual experiences, and which develops the longing toward the
    • from the seventh year onward. Whereas the astral body has previously
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface First Edition
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    • regard to this book. To be sure, nothing will be brought forward that
    • in this book really agree, with every forward step of modern science.
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • forward to show that the knowledge considered scientific today cannot
    • entirely inwardly, the universal validity of which, however, is
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Sixteenth to Twentieth Edition
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    • responsible I felt toward natural science in all that I wrote at that
    • nature, but in that region toward which the soul turns when it directs
    • its inner being toward the spirit.

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