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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • have this harp-music in between the passages of his talk. Here and
    • it may be kept safely within and not pass over into our outer
    • is forged in the centre of evil cannot pass beyond the realm of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • intellectualism will never help us to pass either behind the
    • know only the passing and the past. What our intellect gives us, if
    • world in process of passing away. But we know that with the intellect
    • of that part of the world which is going down and will pass away with
    • that out there in the world are phenomena which arise and pass away,
    • centres all his attention on what is passing away, and even when he
    • Oriental in him to see everywhere, within what is passing away and
    • some time in the future cease to be. Heaven and earth will pass away.
    • then heaven and earth may pass away, but the Logos, the Christ,
    • cannot pass away. Man bears within him that which will one day be,
    • nature, only what is “setting” and passing away. In
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • illusion. When he passes through death, necessity imprisons him,
    • the earth and obtained thoughts which encompassed man.
    • epoch and which encompass man; for although the conceptions of
    • to the inner necessity, to his instincts, impulses, and passions.
    • danger of passing through the portal of death without taking with
    • the right way that God passed through Man in the Mystery of
    • his being must pass through a kind of resurrection.
    • must develop freedom in life. He will then pass through the
    • instincts and passions, thus falling a prey to necessity. By
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • human knowledge did not as yet pervade the encompassing,
    • soul-attitude able to encompass a world-culture. We need faith
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • between the passages of his talk. Here and there he appeared
    • within and not pass over into outer instincts and thence
    • actually forged in the source of evil, cannot pass beyond the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • only the passing and the past. When we behold in the right
    • have a view back upon a world that is passing away. We can,
    • intellect in the course of passing away.
    • that part of the world that is perishing and that will pass
    • there in the world are outer phenomena that arise and pass
    • Heaven and earth will pass away, for what we see of the stars
    • transient. Heaven and earth will pass away, but the inner
    • heaven and earth may pass away, but the Logos, the Christ,
    • cannot pass away. Man bears in his inner being what will one
    • of what is reviving from what is passing away. Hence the most
    • important idea is that of Christ Who passes through death and
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • passing through the etheric body, when life reminiscences
    • one realizes distinctly that one must pass right through the
    • etheric body, for as long as one is passing through the
    • pass through the abyss, the intermediate space — to
    • dreamlike element in passing through the etheric body with
    • etheric body, or passing through it — is submerged into
    • physical bodies and pass right up to the region of the
    • dreams sink down, so do the motives of the will pass into our
    • impulses that pass over into our spiritual being, which we
    • passes over with us beyond death.
    • remaining bound to the I and passing with it through death
    • passes over into action; but one must withhold it: then it
    • human being. Every morning on awaking man passes the region
    • of his past karma; every evening on falling asleep he passes
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • passes, as it were, the space between the etheric body and
    • when he has full sense perception — and there he passes
    • not pass into deed, that stops short, as it were, before the
    • When, for instance, we pass from willing to real action, when
    • encompassed within our freedom, our deed is just as much an
    • Now let us pass
    • permeate our mental images with our feelings. We pass over to
    • just above man, beings who imagine themselves. We pass
    • in the Midnight Hour of Existence it passes over the abyss.
    • of Existence. We pass this Midnight Hour of Existence through
    • existence. When the soul has passed the Midnight Hour of
    • consciousness, through which we pass in the waking condition
    • passing through life between birth and death. It can no
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • the impulses of willing pass over into deeds of the human
    • What remains behind of a will nature passes over into future
    • carried through the portal of death and passes over into
    • Now, as we pass
    • feeling into the organism, what passes over into the will.
    • passes into future karma, becoming thus a constituent of
    • thought of the will impulse. This then passes in an
    • therefore into that world which is not encompassed within the
    • sensory, for this world that is not encompassed within the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • earthly evolution that encompasses many years we live as
    • but by the chemical structure passing into chaos. Man,
    • being passes through the portal of death his further life
    • element into the animal element. In passing through the
    • Having passed
    • terms. The moment we pass through the archai, we can express
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • molded. If we now say, therefore, that the human being passes
    • my books, Occult Science and Theosophy, as the passage of the
    • constitutes the period of his passage through the soul world.
    • after death man completes his passage through the soul world
    • consciousness of those who have passed through the portal of
    • passes there in and out of his consciousness, the human being
    • be related to one another. In what we may call the passage of
    • experiences in the passage through the planetary system
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • he has passed through death, what works as forces into this
    • form for a short time after passing through the portal of
    • passed through the portal of death he undergoes for a long
    • as the passage through the soul world. There I have described
    • Read the last few pages of this description of man's passage
    • how this is so in the description of the end of the passage
    • that if the passage through the soul world is described in
    • today already encompass two worlds. The world of the past can
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • body — for a short time, after we have passed through
    • is able to learn even more, is able to pass through the
    • what the modern I encompasses. If one is nevertheless able to
    • experience, completely passively. This passivity is then
    • attain through merely passive thinking what should be
    • Before things were disposed to move inwardly only passively,
    • earth after the earth has passed through its decline. On
    • makes a few people sense that man, due to his trespasses,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • physical body upon passage through the portal of death, as we
    • death, after passage of the few days when one still
    • being experiences his boundary as an encompassing feeling;
    • away, and which has passed over into complete abstraction
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • impulses, instincts, passions, and temperament, and
    • appearance. When he passes through death, he is imprisoned,
    • encompassed man. Conceptions of the end of the earth remained
    • our own era and which encompass the human being; and although
    • passions. Today we do not see much of everything that may be
    • passing through the portal of death without taking with him
    • understand in the right way how God passed through the human
    • life. When he passes through the portal of death, he will



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