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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • published in German as:
    • "At the Center of Man's Being: I," or
    • AT THE CENTRE OF MAN'S
    • times there was in the Orient little of what was afterwards required of man
    • thyself” entered the historical life of man only when the early
    • human knowledge; it was in no way orientated towards directing man's
    • man is dependent on the circumstances prevailing in his environment. The
    • man's inner glance was captured by all that he experienced in the
    • infer this from all you have been hearing for many years — in
    • glance to the inner being of man when the Asiatic civilisation began
    • man's innermost being.
    • pierce through into man's inner being. And it was only the strongest
    • who had already cultivated that vision of man's inner being, a
    • experiences of man's inner being. The precept runs thus:
    • learn to know the secrets of man's innermost being; to utter these
    • this precept was uttered from out of the inner experience to which a man,
    • knowledge of man. Tradition has preserved this precept, and to-day it
    • man's inner being that can be transmitted to men only within the
    • aware that in the course of time many men in Western countries (I am not
    • of the 15th century — the human constitution became such as to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • published in German as:
    • "At the Center of Man's Being: II," or
    • AT THE CENTRE OF MAN'S
    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • understanding, through all the manifold effects they have upon our
    • of man establish itself. It is a centre for the strengthening and
    • see from this how complicated is the life into which man is placed.
    • man, for otherwise he would not be able to develop his ego, but
    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • into the outer world; the good man keeps it inside him. If it is
    • there is really nothing in the world that would not bring blessing to man,
    • will one day suffer dissolution, and of how out of all manner of
    • being formed to-day in man within this centre of destruction. It is
    • being formed out of man's moral ideals, but also out of his
    • the Jupiter existence will be a battle between the good which man,
    • indicate how it is with the other side of human existence, where we are
    • world where, to begin with, the ego-power, as it develops for human
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • we are already on the way to seeing what it is that must enter into man's
    • 15th century were to continue, mankind would fall into decline; for
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
    • Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy Vol. I. It appears in the original German in
    • It appears in the original German in
    • HUMAN FREEDOM AND
    • showed the fundamental difference between man's whole conception
    • epoch; i.e., ever since the middle of the Fifteenth Century, man
    • When we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • from many different aspects. In the course of the past years, we
    • the study of freedom and its significance for the human
    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have in
    • a knowledge of the inner constitution of the human organism by
    • observing man's lifeless parts, indeed sometimes by studying only
    • and death, man only has a conception of the external world. But
    • manifests itself particularly — as I have already explained
    • “The Riddle of Man,”
    • human being is not completely woven into this illusion of the
    • that surges up from the human depths without his being able to
    • man's present consciousness.
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • always exist in this form in mankind's historical evolution.
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  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • entitled, Anthroposophy as Cosmosophy Volume I, published in German as,
    • mit dem Kosmos. Band VII. It is also known as, The Center of Man's Being,
    • published in German as,
    • The Center of Man's Being, part 1,
    • misunderstand me. I mean: were a wise man of the ancient
    • civilisation is decadent and when the wise man of the ancient
    • towards the world, even in the manifestations of decadence to
    • ancient times, the East contained little of what was demanded
    • of man later on, when the word resounded, appearing in its most
    • thyself” entered man's historical life only with the
    • human knowledge did not as yet pervade the encompassing,
    • did not turn its eye towards man's inner being. In this
    • connection man is dependent on the circumstances ruling
    • demand: “Know thyself!” “Turn your gaze into
    • the world's manifestations,” this could be taken as a
    • demand of the ancient Eastern civilisation. But when Asiatic
    • their gaze toward man s inner being. Particularly when the
    • East had to face the necessity of man's knowledge of self, of a
    • real inner contemplation of man, because of the geographical
    • really contained within man.
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • afterward has been required of man since the thought
    • thyself” actually entered human historical life only in
    • permeated by this kind of human knowledge; it was in no way
    • oriented toward directing man's gaze into his own being.
    • the human being is dependent on the conditions prevailing in
    • later Western culture. In the ancient East, man's inner gaze
    • was captured, one could say, by all that surrounds the human
    • infer this from all you have been hearing for many years
    • their gaze to the inner being of man when the Asiatic
    • penetrate deeply into all that actually exists in man's
    • the East to the Western mystery colonies, however, man's gaze
    • spiritual worlds, was now enabled to penetrate into man's
    • could endure what they perceived. Man's inner being actually
    • first came to the consciousness of humanity in these mystery
    • cultivated that vision of man's inner being, a saying that
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • spoke of how we find within the human being a kind of source
    • source can the I of man solidify itself. It is actually a
    • life and actions of human beings.
    • from this how truly complicated is the life into which man is
    • placed. What within the human being has a good purpose,
    • allowed outside. The evil man carries it into the outer
    • world; the good man keeps it inside him. If it miscarried
    • within, it is the very thing we need to give the human I its
    • manifests itself in such a way that we can experience in it
    • arise. Then we, as human beings, take part in the coming into
    • that already is being formed today in the human being out of
    • struggle between what man on earth is already bringing to
    • indicate how matters stand with the other side of human
    • penetrate it, and the human beings of ancient Oriental wisdom
    • where, to begin with, the I-power, as it develops for human
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • if we survey the human being, confining ourselves to what
    • exists in the human being today, we distinguish the physical
    • explained, we nevertheless know that when we as human beings
    • to a vis ion of human freedom only by means of such a
    • connection among the individual members of the human being
    • human being advances to Imaginative cognition he becomes more
    • cultivated among human beings, all people would be able to
    • of man.
    • penetrating I and astral body of man entirely objectively;
    • the same region, as it were, of our human nature: the
    • look between the members of the human organization. We think
    • consciousness of man's experiences between falling asleep and
    • observation of the course of different human lives.
    • we divide the human being into physical body, etheric body or body of
    • growth, as force of nutrition, as the human being in the
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • yesterday how the human being in his consciousness approaches
    • within the human being, because consciousness strikes up
    • man from two sides between birth and death. On the one hand
    • there is the moment of awaking when man plunges into his
    • his completed karma. On falling asleep, however, man strikes
    • this is taken by the human being into his sleep. Yet it is also
    • the human being. Today we will consider something of the
    • human environment to show how the human being actually stands
    • objectively the human soul life itself, and we found that
    • must suppose are between the four members of human nature,
    • the interactions among the members of the human being.
    • to look at something of the human environment. Let us bring
    • to mind clearly how the human being is in a fully living
    • would be grasped if one were to look more deeply into man's
    • into the environment of the human being and consider first
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • relation to cognition of the soul-spiritual life of the human
    • works on the human being during his whole life between birth
    • instance, that the human being is formed entirely by this web
    • of thought, that man is thus woven entirely out of what one
    • and physical bodies. Man is definitely constituted by
    • the human being from the one side. It is the human being from
    • was incorporated into man when he entered existence through
    • as it were, and incorporated into the human being. It is what
    • man has received as a gift, as it were, from the cosmos when
    • of thoughts. Actually, when one speaks of the human being as
    • system, nervous system, and so on; what the human being
    • fully to the individual human being. It is incorporated from
    • the etheric world when the human being enters existence
    • human being, that is, it has to do with the individual
    • earthly evolution of the human being. One can thus say that
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • how the study of the conditions of soul of the human being
    • conditions in the human being, however, leads us beyond the
    • phenomenon of the human being as he is here in his life
    • One might say that insofar as the human being is spirit he
    • universe that we can study what takes place in the human
    • man's intimate inner life, taking its course in a threefold
    • our study of the soul element entirely within the human
    • however, we must leave the human being as he usually
    • spiritual we come to beings who are arranged above the human
    • being in the same way as the human being has his place above
    • we perceive the position of human beings in regard to the
    • individual, to the single human being. The individual human
    • make man's physical life on earth comprehensible by asking
    • ourselves what kind of relationship the human being has to
    • order to learn what man is as a spiritual being, what kind of
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • studies have led us to consider the relationship of the human
    • development man goes through between death and a new birth.
    • said that the human being carries through the portal of death
    • rather steeped with man's moral feelings and experiences.
    • human being makes his way in the world through which he
    • the human being is after death, we find that the astral body
    • picture the cosmic evolution of humanity, together with the
    • and Moon evolutions, and how the human being then arrived at
    • of man is evolved.
    • consider the human being as a whole, we find that he has his
    • ego through the bond of the human being with the earth, for
    • molded. If we now say, therefore, that the human being passes
    • connected with what the human being actually has gained from
    • varying density. What the human being incorporates into
    • in such a way that the human being takes with him through the
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • spoken of the soul-spiritual evolution of the human being.
    • show the way in which this spiritual evolution of the human
    • hierarchies, in the realms above man. If we look again into
    • human stage during the evolution of the ancient Moon, how the
    • archangeloi went through their human stage during the ancient
    • the ancient Saturn evolution. In short, if in the human being
    • man as spirit, we must look up to the present evolutionary
    • particular way gone through what the human being is going
    • spiritual unfolding of the human being, we therefore must
    • no doubt that what determines man's life of soul is the
    • develop between the four members of man's being. We take up
    • of the human being, we must awaken an understanding in
    • we fmd when focusing our attention on man's physical body,
    • This physical body is borne by the human being from birth, or
    • nature, only when permeated by human soul and spirit. The
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • studies I have shown how the human being can find a
    • of the human being into our consciousness, we can only apply
    • our human spirit are the deeds and reciprocal relationships
    • consciousness, the human being at the same time brings his
    • occurs between man's etheric body and physical body, how
    • feeling occurs between man's etheric body and his astral
    • I. Then I showed you how what man today can call his bodies
    • future existence has its seed in the human bodies that we
    • I-sheath, however, as we have it here on earth as human
    • in the intellectual age. The human being understands what
    • means of intellectual knowing. Everything that the human
    • the human being in feeling is just what the world today
    • knowledge. Thus the human being, from the time he enters
    • which means one becomes a leader of humanity in some realm
    • those members of his human nature in which the I is certainly
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • get some picture of how the human life of spirit, the human
    • soul life, and the human life of the body are to be
    • comprehended. When we visualize the human soul life, that is,
    • what the human being feels occurring within himself as
    • shadows is cast upward from the depths of the human being,
    • manifests itself in an arm movement, in a leg movement, we
    • awake manner, we do so only through the projected thought
    • matter appears to us when we study our human nature while
    • the I lives as a fully conscious entity in the earthly human
    • earthly human beings, we can possess only so much as is
    • how the being that is the human I grasps this appearance of
    • — and interweaves it with our actual human being. Now
    • does become inner, however, can carry the human being through
    • a delicate tissue to begin with that the human being carries
    • not really continue to live together with our human essence
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • and anxiety. This fear lives on in the outer actions of human beings,
    • into the depths of the human being."
    • human being. This lack of inner courage rebounds on society and
    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to penetrate the hidden mysteries within. These themes and many more
    • man's whole view here, between birth and death, and in the
    • fifteenth century, man may gain freedom between birth and
    • we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • for the human being.
    • between birth and death, the human being really does not have
    • knowledge of the human organization by studying what is dead
    • in the human being, indeed sometimes by studying only the
    • between birth and death, the human being has only a view of
    • that manifests itself particularly — as I already
    • the present age the human being between birth and death were
    • The Riddle of Man
    • man's world of perception is also appearance. The human being
    • which fills his waking consciousness. If man views his
    • everything that surges up from the human being, without being
    • reality, but a reality that does not rise up in man's present
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