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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • says, “Love was the fundamental force of the ancient oriental
    • of the forces of will. As we look out into the sunlit space and
    • The thought-forces
    • permeated in this way by the thought-forces, works in a very special
    • permeating the etheric body with thought-forces. But an etheric body
    • thus permeated with thought-forces works on the physical body in such
    • him he has a fiery centre of destruction, and in truth the forces of
    • decline can be transformed into forces of ascent only if he becomes
    • destructive forces appearing to-day — in the East of Europe,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • force us, for they are only pictures, only a semblance. Similarly
    • that look out at us from a mirror. These pictures cannot force
    • semblance with the forces of inner life. Man would like to submit
    • freely. But the content of the ancient cosmogonies was forced
    • upon man, whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself
    • recognized also with the aid of human forces, not only with the
    • aid of the forces working through the Gospel. This is what
    • forces of descent and enter the ascending forces. This should be
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • East declares that love was the fundamental force of the
    • we can see how something pertaining to the force of thought and
    • origin of will-forces'. When we look out into the sunlit space
    • thought-forces first permeate the etheric body, this now
    • develop through the forces of thought which permeate the
    • etheric body. But an etheric body permeated with the forces of
    • downward forces can only be changed into ascending forces if
    • destructive forces, for instance in Eastern Europe. This is
    • sake of the development of human thought. This very force of
    • world-conception needed in the present age, this force of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • fundamental force of the ancient Oriental
    • is also the origin of the forces of will. In looking out into
    • thought-forces first permeate the etheric body, and the
    • etheric body, permeated in this way by the thought-forces,
    • the etheric body with thought-forces. An etheric body that is
    • permeated with thought-forces, however, works on the physical
    • and actually the forces of decline can be trans-formed into
    • forces of ascent only if man becomes conscious of this, that
    • destructive forces appearing today — in Eastern Europe,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • body, the etheric body or body of formative forces, which is
    • thought but as what lives in us as forces of growth, as
    • forces of life in general. These life forces are united with
    • formative forces, astral body, and I. Between the physical body and
    • would like to say, then one is aware of it as force of
    • growth, as force of nutrition, as the human being in the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • sought to indicate briefly how the forces of karma live in
    • possesses, however, the force of life. It presents itself to
    • weaves into us, forms the forces that underlie our etheric
    • body, the actual body of formative forces.
    • becomes inwardly penetrated by the forces of feeling and
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • is particularly involved in building up the forces that bring
    • one-sided nationalism; he takes up the fruitful forces within
    • human being. Through very subconscious forces connected with
    • forces — naturally not the organs but first the forces
    • differentiated breathing. The concentration of these forces
    • into the actual forces of the organs comes about only after
    • exercised upon the human being as forces coming from the
    • (see drawing, blue) those forces incorporate themselves into
    • the human being that work in him as plantlike forces. Man
    • organs of the human being, in the sense of animal forces. I
    • therefore into the forces of the planetary system, our
    • more subject to the directional forces governing the posture
    • pulsates in rhythm with the animal forces. We live through
    • of our consciousness. We carry in us as a system of forces
    • earth, for all the forces of the archai tend toward that end.
    • the archai. He will experience the forces directing human
    • it were, experiencing their forces out of himself, he can
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • through those forces that exist on earth the I is formed, is
    • permeated with plant-creating forces. The human being
    • then the inner side consists of the sphere of those forces
    • his brain — of course at first as forces, not as a lump
    • of matter, as such, but as forces — his lungs, heart,
    • you yesterday, the sphere of the planetary forces. This is a
    • a cosmic force impelling him forward, which works through his
    • with this cosmic impelling force and are active in it.
    • force that he brings along with him from the influence of the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • etheric body or body of formative forces, astral body, and I?
    • forces working outside in earthly, physical nature destroy
    • within the forces composing the earth in the mineral, plant,
    • he has passed through death, what works as forces into this
    • forces to which the substances of the physical body are
    • unequal with their forces.
    • is what contains the forces of growth and also those of
    • our present earthly existence. What is in us as forces of
    • growth, forces of nourishment — therefore all that
    • as body of formative forces. They are dissolved into the
    • the forces of earthly existence. By means of its own being,
    • becomes in the cosmos forces of a future Jupiter realm of
    • forces, out of the human physical bodies, there will arise as
    • willing, we must observe the mutual flow of forces between I
    • the Mystery of Golgotha gives us the forces that make Christ
    • force and spirit — force and spirit, however, that grow
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • the force of gravity is like the breath of a snowflake, a
    • inwardly he were permeated by strong, healthy life forces, by
    • life forces that now link him with what already proceeds from
    • being the life force that can guide him beyond mere earthly
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • who abandon themselves only to their natural forces, that is,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • look out at us from a mirror cannot force us to do anything,
    • The content of the ancient cosmogonies was forced upon man,
    • whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself upon
    • own human force, not only through the forces working out of
    • transcend the forces of decline and enter the forces of



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