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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual it is in a sense an actual fact, that
    • and legend, not only in the poetic, but also in the spiritual sense,
    • the life of knowledge, of art, of beauty, in the widest sense of the
    • relation between religion in the ordinary sense and Christianity. The
    • senses: the eyes for seeing, the ears for hearing, and all the other
    • senses, in order to receive the impressions coming from the material
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • sense-world and of the waking life of day are obliterated; joy,
    • religion in our modern sense. What now forms the content of the various
    • experiencing existence through his physical senses, in order, finally,
    • experienced through the physical senses. But just because the etheric
    • formerly reality — in the physical sense — must gradually be
    • itself from the physical, man is to live his life in any real sense,
    • the deepest sense with our innermost being and Whose example we follow
    • world of sense cease to be all-important and fade into shadow, man
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture I
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    • Working of the Saturn spirits through the sense organs; (Perfumes).
    • when, for instance, young children are overfed in such a senseless way
    • more hidden way, namely, through sense perception. When we turn our
    • into human sense perception in perfumes. I could refer you to quite
    • senses came into existence through the forces of Saturn. In a similar
    • understand in ever deeper sense the task of Spiritual Science.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture II
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    • we call lymph, to the digestive fluids, also to our sense-perceptions.
    • The sense-consciousness which we call the clear consciousness of day
    • a certain sense you can perceive in the heavens: there arises what we
    • evolutions in an age which, speaking in the sense of occult astronomy,
    • This, as already said, must be taken in the relative sense, but for
    • In a certain sense, therefore, we may say that at the present time,
    • and we think of man only in this sense — is a seven-fold being,
    • astral body in our sense but whose Ego streams outwards without the
    • is related with the whole of mankind and in a certain sense the beings
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IV
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    • the modern sense, nor was there water in the modern sense, not even
    • on ancient Saturn, in the most literal sense a likeness of his Godhead.
    • in a spiritual sense, then the myths disclose their truth in a surprising
    • the opening of the physical senses. The ego presses through the eye,
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture V
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    • Albumen formation. Origin of sense organs. Origin of ash after
    • nerves that went to the sense organs. But the sense organs had not yet
    • to a higher condition. His senses were opened, the two heavenly bodies
    • from out-side; they opened his senses and made him a seeing, hearing
    • who had not yet opened his sense-organs but who had a powerful gift
    • sense, the significance, of the word pressed into this living substance
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VI
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    • senses, nerves in the course of evolution. The personality consciousness
    • rudiments of man went through something like a sort of senses-system,
    • sense-organs; then on the Sun a glandular system developed: on the Moon
    • senses-system is not the first to re-appear, then a glandular system,
    • deposits which, as it was emphasized, first open the senses towards
    • Record it is a fact that one must say a kind of senses-system was planned
    • and only then arises what appears as the senses-system in the form suited
    • it was really a kind of sense-system. It was in fact a system of warmth
    • a kind of sense-system. It was the first rudiments of a sense-system,
    • a sense-system which is transformed later, and it is the same with the
    • would only lead to nonsense. For concepts are only valid if we understand
    • Christ then the human body — if we speak in a comprehensive sense
    • things in the true sense as given by occultism, then they cannot be
    • be called in the best sense of the word the “madness of materiality”
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VII
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    • in the Christian sense, one calls the actual “Godhead.”
    • its contents these four kingdoms perceptible to the outer senses. Everything
    • that man perceives through the senses, no matter what it is, be-longs
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture VIII
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    • pulsing through our world imperceptibly to our senses. People who have
    • perceptible to the senses. They passed through the stage of humanity
    • which are no longer visible to the physical senses, beings possessing
    • preserved a certain nature-sense, i.e. the old clairvoyant forces which
    • something of a healthy nature-sense — not so much the miners in
    • nature-sense are not unjustified in making their heads a special characteristic.
    • they have possessed senses in order to perceive the world, to enrich
    • is in a certain sense crystallized wisdom, which was formed little by
    • when understood in the sense often expressed here, is something that
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • of external facts of the physical senses. Science will confine itself
    • more in the hand than sheer sense-perceptible facts in the fields of
    • of group soul, though in quite a different sense from the early group
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • The four systems of man's physical body: senses system as
    • beings which are to be found, so to speak, between the sense-perceptible
    • on the Earth, and is expressed in man's present sense-organs.
    • of sense-organs. On the Sun the etheric body was added, the physical
    • body, and the senses system the physical expression of the physical
    • our sense, and on Saturn no animal kingdom — there was solely the
    • were no minerals in the present earthly sense. Let us remember that
    • clear about this and realize particularly how the sense-organs, glands,
    • body. We might call them intruders, but that is in no sense correct.
    • sense we call fatigue. Man is refreshed and renewed in the morning because
    • here in the ordinary crude sense. When more subtly, out of convention,
    • people color the truth, we there have to do with a lie in the sense
    • perceive through our physical senses, and which very definitely produce
    • entanglements between the spiritual world in the higher sense and our
    • so that man could become the sense being that he is within our physical
    • through sense impressions, through smell, taste, sight, and so on. All
    • always said we must not take Spiritual Science in an ascetic sense,
    • again it will take with it the right fruits from the physical sense
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • impressions of the day. What in a comprehensive sense we call man's
    • soul” in the sense of spiritual science, we must not think of
    • spiritual science “intellect” is the sense for harmony which
    • cannot be embodied in external matter, the sense for harmony experienced
    • when art is actually lifted above mere outer sense perception. In what
    • external senses hold alone to be of value, works so strongly on his
    • time be elevation above the external sense element. If spiritual science
    • of a spirituality which reveals itself in the sense world. Far more

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