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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • man's inner glance was captured by all that he experienced in the
    • experiences of man's inner being. The precept runs thus:
    • this precept was uttered from out of the inner experience to which a man,
    • picked up, but a true experience of them could not be attained,
    • towards life becomes when he admits into his inner experience this
    • his inner experiences with a certain emphasis, while a young person
    • you dwell within this world. What you experience there beyond the
    • senses was in fact experienced by the ancient Oriental sage in his
    • Mysteries. It can be experienced only when one has devotion for the
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • experience. That is all one can say about it. Do you think that this
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • turn them into experience through our senses and through our
    • experienced. We bear these pictures within us; they are for us
    • memory of a past experience.
    • enables us to experience in it something we would never be able to
    • experience in the external world. In the external world we see
    • Through inner experience, through his analysis and synthesis of the
    • experience he has Him no longer. Therefore he takes what he
    • experiences. The man of the West makes no distinction between God the
    • experiences each separately, and so he has still an understanding for
    • can come to the twofold experience, the experience of the Father and
    • the experience of the Son.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • experience it within us, but before or around us.
    • the present epoch we were not able to experience the world as an
    • unable to experience this illusion, we could not be free. The
    • reality the world which we experience may be compared with the
    • the world which we experience may be compared with the images
    • never can it enable him to experience freedom. Freedom can only
    • be experienced within a world of pictures, of semblance. When we
    • the darkened experiences of his inner being; there, he can only
    • before us as a semblance together with the experience of our own
    • Golgotha is experienced rightly, it already tears us away from
    • experience freedom.
    • experienced in feeling. The Christianity which Anthroposophy will
    • they are ignored, people will lose the possibility to experience
    • experienced, for it is the other pole of the experience of
    • freedom, which must appear. Freedom must be experienced, but the
    • experience of freedom alone would lead us into the abyss. Only
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • initiate's attention in general, in respect of the experiences
    • word has often been uttered from out [of] an inner experience, from
    • East, could experience when he advanced to a knowledge of man
    • not to experience them. Single individuals only had
    • being into the sphere of the experiences that count most of
    • but in the whole attitude of his soul, in his inner experience.
    • experiences, accompanied by a younger female being, with a
    • When you sleep, you are within this world. What you experience
    • natural sciences. What the old Oriental sage experienced in his
    • It is only possible to experience it through devoted surrender
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • enhanced to love.” This is how he would experience it,
    • experiences of man's inner being. The saying runs thus,
    • this saying was uttered from the inner experience that an
    • one could not attain a true experience of them. Individual
    • into this realm of experience through such intimations.
    • becomes when he admits into his inner experience this
    • of his inner experiences with a certain emphasis, while a
    • within this world. What you experience there beyond the
    • sphere of the senses was actually experienced by the ancient
    • Oriental sage in his mysteries. One can experience it,
    • ordinary human I, one would be harmed. The I, as experienced
    • experience. This is all that can be said. Do you believe that
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • impressions of the world. We gain experience of the world,
    • and we have our experiences through the senses, through the
    • afterimage of what we have experienced. We carry as our inner
    • life these afterimages of sense experiences.
    • past experience.
    • manifests itself in such a way that we can experience in it
    • something we would never be able to experience in the outer
    • consciousness. What man experiences inwardly, through which
    • wants to acknowledge Him but through inner experience no
    • Christ are experiences. The human being of the West makes no
    • is impossible. Soloviev experiences each separately, and so
    • experience, the experience of the Father and the experience
    • these experiences one comes to behold, in what is splintering
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • soul must be experienced, and in experiencing it one develops
    • ego. If we now bring the soul experience not into cognition
    • eye of the soul, what is experienced as transitory, in
    • thoughts, thoughts we cannot experience if we do not grasp
    • body. What is experienced in the etheric body is experienced,
    • of weaving thoughts. These thoughts are not experienced,
    • we experience as a thought-weaving of an objective nature
    • nevertheless. Cosmic thinking weaves in us, and we experience
    • find the following. When we are able to experience the
    • must cease. The usual experience of the dream is an
    • experience of reminiscing, is actually a later memory of the
    • to the experience of the dream. If it is thus grasped
    • that one experiences as substantial, within which one feels
    • one has the experience that one is within the picture.
    • experienced in the same way as one experiences the movement
    • of an arm, leg, or head; when one experiences the grasping of
    • progress toward awakening yet another experience is added.
    • One feels that the activity experienced in the dream, when
    • experience in the dream as inner activity. What is
    • experienced at the moment of awaking, or rather just before
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • this feeling. The animal experience consists essentially of
    • experience, going out even beyond our willing. Nevertheless,
    • as human beings are able to experience. Our own deed,
    • can experience. Insofar, therefore, as our deed does not
    • his experience. We could say that if this (
    • world that is first experienced above the human being, this
    • stage is the stage of Inspiration. We can experience
    • from the reverse side what we experience inwardly as
    • organs have formed inwardly as soul experience of the outer
    • death and a new birth the will has experienced a spiritual
    • an activity that resembles, experienced inwardly, an
    • in higher cognition is Intuitive cognition. If we experience
    • it from within, we have experienced it from one side; if we
    • experience it from without then we have an intuiting, a
    • spiritual being, we must ask what man experiences with the
    • — at first in a subjective way through inner experience
    • spirituality as experience of our activity with the beings of
    • the higher hierarchies. What is experienced above as the
    • actual spirituality and what is experienced below in nature
    • is experienced as an alternation, a rhythmic alternation
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • middle, for subjective experience, stands feeling.
    • nothing other than subjective experience, shaded in all sorts
    • experience.
    • in this subjective experience, that is, in the actual inner
    • following experience. Outer observation, it is true, will
    • conscious experience. What is still unknown to him lives
    • experienced.
    • our consciousness just what the experience of the feeling is,
    • but downward there streams what can be experienced by
    • of basic tone the outcome of his future experiences. It is
    • experience in our soul as a result of the sense impressions
    • reflect as a past experience, if it were permeated by will!
    • happens through us, what we experience in ordinary
    • experience everything in the conceptual life; we dream of it
    • into that which constitutes our subjective experience when we
    • thoughts, and in this we experience ourselves as given, as
    • the other hand, we can experience ourselves as beings who go
    • same as it is when actually beheld and experienced. The
    • future is not reflected, however, as it is later experienced!
    • It is experienced in intercourse with the outer world, in
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • mineral consciousness colored by moral experience; with what
    • experience into what he possesses as mineral consciousness.
    • takes its course in such a way that he experiences to begin
    • this in such a way that we actually experience a kind of
    • organization something that he experiences in such a way that
    • the archai. He will experience the forces directing human
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • rather steeped with man's moral feelings and experiences.
    • experienced from the working of the planetary world on his
    • experiences in the passage through the planetary system
    • the cosmos through my perceptions, through my experiences. I
    • all that he inwardly experiences pulses forth again into the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • how in this soul world after death human experiences undergo
    • of spirit has inner experiences that can be described there
    • experienced–vividly like a continental region of the
    • the center, forms the present experiences of the human being
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • impulses. Everything else he experiences is weakened,
    • modern man experiences is here in the I, and his thoughts are
    • experience, completely passively. This passivity is then
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • the thinking component, or what we experience directly as the
    • real than what we experience in consciousness. What we
    • experience in consciousness is, as I have said, only
    • can say that the I has its most immediate experience of
    • experienced by us, is experienced dully. Of the will, as it
    • images that we experience consciously are the shadow pictures
    • pictures, while we experience the will in a most immediate
    • experience this dullness almost as a void. Only upon
    • impressions — really to experience yourself as an I.
    • or sat together, as we experienced the world with him. One
    • pallid thought with the I experience, is carried through
    • beings experienced much more of everything that could be
    • experience for the human being immediately after death
    • through his knowledge. He lays this brief experience aside,
    • experiences the thought life. — because one still has
    • waking state, then his inner experiences are formed by the
    • being experiences his boundary as an encompassing feeling;
    • during earthly life could say, “My soul experiences are
    • “My soul experiences are in front of me,” or,
    • rose; then, when after death he experiences this wandering
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • experienced in us but is experienced in front of or around
    • reality the world that we experience may be compared with the
    • human being to experience freedom. Freedom can be experienced
    • experienced as the manifestation of a divine-spiritual world,
    • completely withdrew to the dull experiences of his inner
    • concepts so as to experience his freedom of action in these
    • experiences nature between birth and death. History becomes
    • of Golgotha if it is experienced rightly. What arises in that
    • the experience of freedom.
    • experienced this in the right way and they used the right
    • experienced by a more ancient humanity as one with the
    • that must be felt, must be experienced in feeling. The
    • be experienced, for it is the opposite pole to the experience
    • of freedom, which must emerge. Freedom must be experienced,
    • but the experience of freedom alone would lead human beings



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