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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • into certain mysteries. Thereby he became estranged from the ordinary
    • questions he wants to find the answers in his ordinary
    • consciousness. But this ordinary consciousness gives him only what
    • one's inner being with ordinary consciousness; and although the outer
    • What presents itself to the ordinary consciousness of modern man as
    • are just as unable to penetrate into man's inner being with ordinary
    • deeper than this life of memory, this ordinary life of thought which
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • are infinitely crude even from the point of view of ordinary
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • we remain within the limits of ordinary consciousness, we retain
    • the ordinary spatial mirror. For the ordinary mirror reflects what is in
    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • have to admit that within the world I survey with my ordinary
    • world that is given for ordinary consciousness; we come forth into it
    • ordinary rational observation of the world includes knowledge
    • analyse the world as it is given for ordinary consciousness, and does
    • ordinary consciousness, this is as far as we can go. With the ordinary
    • be read by a study of the world in the ordinary way. The Scholastics
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
    • part of ordinary consciousness, even as the doctrine of the Fall of
    • When we learn to know the world with the ordinary consciousness that
    • get beyond ordinary sense-perception and reach the point where
    • disperses like cosmic dust. It is only to ordinary sense-perception
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • his ordinary consciousness any conception of his own self. He
    • ordinary consciousness: consequently mankind is threatened by a
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • introduced into the ordinary world where pedantic human
    • in the mystery colonies of which I have spoken. The ordinary
    • ordinary consciousness. This ordinary consciousness, however,
    • when looking in to one's inner being with ordinary
    • This is not the case, however. What appears to the ordinary
    • inner being with ordinary consciousness as we are to look
    • this life of memory, this ordinary life of thought, which
    • ordinary human I, one would be harmed. The I, as experienced
    • in ordinary life, must be given up if one wishes to penetrate
    • infinitely crude, even from the point of view of ordinary
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • ordinary consciousness we retain memories only of the
    • differently from the ordinary spatial mirror. An ordinary
    • laws that we then call the laws of nature. With ordinary
    • tapestry of the senses. With ordinary consciousness we
    • we penetrate with ordinary consciousness the memory-mirror
    • world which we survey with our ordinary consciousness,
    • actually be ill, pathological, if, like the ordinary
    • for ordinary consciousness; we emerge into it as physical man
    • that knowledge obtainable by ordinary observation of the
    • world through ordinary human reason included knowledge of the
    • for ordinary consciousness and does not arrive at gathering
    • ordinary consciousness, however, one cannot go farther than
    • this Father God. This far one can go with ordinary
    • Father God cannot be found by an ordinary study of the world.
    • ordinary consciousness — even as the teaching of the
    • the world with the ordinary consciousness that provides us
    • get beyond ordinary sense perception and reach the point
    • there and disperses like cosmic dust. It is only to ordinary,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • stages of cognition, ascending from our ordinary
    • daily normal life, to ordinary modern science, and that
    • and Intuition. With ordinary objective cognition it is
    • ordinary consciousness; to understand the life of the soul,
    • ordinary life of the soul; you can picture no train of
    • the ordinary soul life, therefore, our will is not isolated
    • One hears so little said in ordinary life of the observations
    • ordinary consciousness, but fundamentally they are foreign
    • dream into the ordinary, conscious waking life and be
    • dream; the ordinary experiencing of the dream is actually
    • period of sleep but are not perceptible to the ordinary
    • form the ordinary life of dream.
    • willing is withdrawn entirely from ordinary waking
    • consciousness. This ordinary consciousness is aware of the
    • come into ordinary consciousness. As soon as the spiritual
    • themselves and learn to experience themselves. In ordinary
    • as the I in our ordinary consciousness? This must be
    • ordinary consciousness; we perceive it only as we perceive
    • comes to life in our ordinary actions. These indeed are
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • within and when he is active from without. The ordinary
    • reminiscence of dreams in ordinary consciousness. Then he
    • consciousness that indeed lies far from our ordinary human
    • far from us only apparently, only for the ordinary
    • ordinary consciousness the destiny of what actually goes on
    • more what lies in the center: the world of our ordinary
    • ordinary consciousness, a still further awakening with the
    • point, as it were, of ordinary human consciousness. It first
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • objective thoughts do not appear to the ordinary
    • moment. One can arrive already in ordinary life, however, at
    • as picture (red, inside). For the ordinary consciousness this
    • actually use this will in our ordinary consciousness; just
    • happens through us, what we experience in ordinary
    • one judges simply by the life of ordinary consciousness,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • ordinary consciousness the laws underlying the mineral realm.
    • himself intimately with his angel being, to use an ordinary
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • which they develop in ordinary human beings born correctly
    • this feeling and sensation is not limited by ordinary
    • wrong. In the cell, even in the ordinary organic cell
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • not to the earth. This becomes clear upon simple, ordinary
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • school, receives as inner soul life within our ordinary
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • ordinary consciousness, we can actually see as an immediate
    • significance only for earthly life. In our ordinary schools,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • any view of himself in his ordinary consciousness. He cannot



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