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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • of oneself in love to the world.” That is how he would put it,
    • the Greek saying, “Know thyself!” This “Know
    • thyself” entered the historical life of man only when the early
    • of the challenge, “Know thyself!” On the contrary —
    • cultivating self-knowledge and a true inner vision. And simply
    • realise when an impression was produced by this self-knowledge on the
    • self-knowledge was to be approached. The precept I mean is frequently
    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • to begin with, the tradition of self-knowledge, but how, too, by
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of older
    • inner being? What does self-knowledge yield?” In raising such
    • What presents itself to the ordinary consciousness of modern man as
    • self-knowledge is only the transformed outer world, which is
    • respect of matter. There is no human self-knowledge which does not
    • to himself: Spirit must exist, and for the sake of the maintenance of
    • otherwise man would consider himself to be something different from
    • man's inner being. “Know thyself” has become a rightful
    • self-knowledge in the true way.
    • world, when one has the desire and the urge to surrender oneself
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • of man establish itself. It is a centre for the strengthening and
    • coming into existence of man himself as a physical being, and then I
    • the Ego of man is as it were submerged, where it cannot hold itself
    • that his being is outside you, but that you have to give yourself up,
    • to surrender yourself, in order that you may perceive his being in
    • through himself, but in reality from out of the world.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • exist; whatever makes itself known to eye, ear, and so on, will at
    • and it takes its beginning from man himself. When man ennobles his
    • life, a continual coming to birth. This does not reveal itself in any
    • great variety of ways, manifesting itself visibly to our senses. But
    • developed under the influence of a science that concerns itself only
    • for ever splitting up and scattering itself abroad. There, where the
    • closer circle, until the circle becomes the moon itself. Then it
    • itself with all that streams out. The sun is in reality
    • clarity of thought, if man wants to say of himself in all truth and
  • 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
    • cannot look into his own self. It is, of course, an illusion to
    • manifests itself particularly — as I have already explained
    • perceives the human being himself, man's inner being. Man's world
    • him so as to render him unable to free himself from them of his
    • people thought that life on earth and the earth itself would end
    • he could still assert himself and view himself within the cosmos
    • self, between birth and death. Modern people simply lack the
    • the greatest of riddles. He should say to himself that the
    • self, so modern times must find in a right conception of the
    • himself up entirely to the contemplation of the world; he could
    • upon man, whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself
    • Spiritual Being manifesting itself only outwardly in the way in
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • pleasure, able to transform itself into devoted surrender to
    • radical form in the Greek saying: Know thyself. This “Know
    • thyself” entered man's historical life only with the
    • himself to the world with all his inner being. What weaved in
    • demand: “Know thyself!” “Turn your gaze into
    • East had to face the necessity of man's knowledge of self, of a
    • what an impression this self-knowledge of manmade on these
    • self-knowledge of man, but owing to his particular individual
    • man's knowledge of self used to be in the Mystery-colonies I
    • self. This is really the world looked over by man, out of which
    • really contained in his inner being and what self-knowledge
    • What appears to a normal consciousness as self-knowledge, is
    • only the transformed world outside reflecting itself into
    • look within himself, then — I have often used this image
    • thoughtful Ego. There is no human self-knowledge that does not
    • himself, and concerning what he really is within the
    • to look into man's inner being. “Know thyself”,
    • of the Mysteries were led to self-knowledge in the right
    • The human Self, the human Ego, must be hardened in this chaos,
    • strange and a weak one towards its own self. The Ego which
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • complete giving of oneself to the world, that then could be
    • saying, “Know thyself!” This “Know
    • thyself” actually entered human historical life only in
    • thyself!” On the contrary — “Turn your gaze
    • necessity of cultivating self-knowledge and a true inner
    • self-knowledge on the teachers and pupils of the Oriental
    • self-knowledge was actually to be approached. The saying to
    • itself, and the ear burdens itself with sin when it hearkens
    • begin with, the tradition of self-knowledge, but how, by
    • development; one can quite well picture to oneself people of
    • within my inner being? What does self-knowledge yield?”
    • consciousness of modern man as self-knowledge is only the
    • in relation to matter. There is no self-knowledge that does
    • to say to himself: spirit must exist and, for the sake of the
    • man would consider himself to be something different from
    • “Know thyself” has become a rightful demand. It
    • directed to self-knowlege in the right way.
    • has the desire and the urge to surrender oneself entirely to
    • itself. With us, Nirvana spoke, while the I flowed out
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • source can the I of man solidify itself. It is actually a
    • manifests itself in such a way that we can experience in it
    • himself as physical being, one has to say, “Within that
    • would be unable to call oneself a Christian in modern
    • submerged, where it cannot hold itself fast — just as
    • another person is outside you, but you must give yourself up,
    • must surrender yourself, as it were, in order to perceive the
    • through himself but in reality from out of the world.
    • God lies at the foundation of a world revealing itself to our
    • longer exist one day; whatever makes itself known to eye,
    • to say to himself: I look up to the Father God. The Father
    • however, and it takes its beginning from man himself. When
    • the influence of a science that concerns itself only with
    • scattering itself abroad. There, where the moon is situated,
    • circle becomes the moon itself. Then it dissolves, splinters;
    • itself with all that streams forth. The sun is in truth
    • of himself in all honesty: I am a Christian. This is what I
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • in itself but is permeated by thought. Even more do thoughts,
    • — what presents itself to Imaginative cognition is the
    • observe this world with the same calm and self-possession
    • however, as dream thoughts, such as one knows are in oneself
    • express myself figuratively and perhaps therefore more
    • soul itself we live in what I have called the space between
    • daydreamers, thus losing our self-possession. Dreams as such
    • oneself. The picture-nature ceases to be merely pictorial;
    • surface of the conceptual life — and one trains oneself
    • for this by grasping the moment of the dream itself with
    • presence of mind — whoever has so trained himself that
    • and the etheric body. This naturally expresses itself in the
    • day links itself on, and so forth. What we observe in this
    • reminiscence bears in itself also those states that we have
    • and would have to eliminate himself entirely. He would not be
    • able to feel himself within himself at all. Only because of
    • self in our remembering. We owe it solely to the intervals of
    • sleep that we have our self-assertion in memory. What I am
    • deed, if we can develop so much self-discipline through
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • deed, is future karma, which is forming itself and which we
    • objectively the human soul life itself, and we found that
    • thinking develops itself in that region which is in fact the
    • etheric body. We also found that feeling develops itself
    • itself between the astral body and the I or ego. The actual
    • activity of the soul thus develops itself in the spaces
    • life lives itself out in feelings.
    • can form a picture of what reveals itself in the soul life of
    • and sleeps itself into the plant consciousness. Only insofar
    • we perform some action, then our willing cuts itself off from
    • picture it) but what penetrates the deed itself, the content of
    • our action itself is also accomplished. The mineral
    • possesses, however, the force of life. It presents itself to
    • weaving world, this self-imagining world. What is woven in
    • something cut out of this weaving, self-imagining world. That
    • world which is the self-imagining world finally dismisses us,
    • our environment is the self-imagining one, expressing itself
    • world beyond the world of self-imagining, however, is one
    • “exspiration,” a spreading out of oneself, as it
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • sense world itself today, however, the fact is that we do not
    • in the deeds of man. What the I withholds in itself is then
    • being. Now, if one explores this mood in oneself through a
    • kind of self-knowledge, one actually finds in this mood
    • things objectively, one cannot clarify to oneself the nature,
    • One can, for example, set oneself the task of studying in
    • is so inexplicable to himself; it appears as something elemental
    • unites itself with the other content of will and feeling and
    • would a man become if he were continually examining himself
    • inwardly in man manifests itself as a raying out and is
    • he develops himself with two longings that proceed on the one
    • the will element begins to long to pour itself out into the
    • incorporates himself into the spatial and into the course of
    • thus experiences himself today — and will do so always
    • in himself his actual being, though he may recognize much
    • would be entirely estranged from himself. His inner
    • must really come to the self-knowledge characterized. It is
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • confronts us as a self-contained being in the world between
    • From birth to death man fills himself, we might say, with
    • animal realm or even to self-knowledge. All this must be
    • lives in the spiritual realm itself, he can journey through
    • were, to spread itself out in the world. It strives to become
    • cosmic, to adapt itself to the whole universe; it strives to
    • dream itself, though in its outlines it does not adhere to
    • with him what he has developed in himself within his mineral
    • especially when he reckons himself to be among the most
    • himself intimately with his angel being, to use an ordinary
    • expression itself is an expression of the element of
    • moral coloring — thereby expanding himself, as it were,
    • he draws himself together again. First he is led over into
    • nearly he approaches earthly life, the more he draws himself
    • himself together more and more. Up to the Midnight Hour of
    • confine himself within the appropriate limits for earthly
    • himself from the world. Expressing myself figuratively
    • light, or the sound from the ear. By expanding himself out
    • himself together in order to become once more a being with
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • himself from the earth with the mineral consciousness
    • unseen. It may be said that if one observes the plant itself
    • of the world.” This relationship reveals itself here in
    • characteristic in this respect, one says to oneself that
    • true sense a physicist. He occupied himself with natural
    • recedes more and more into himself, finally building up the
    • descends? Immediately after death he poured out of himself
    • he withdraws into himself again, works out of the animal
    • formed, not through the germ itself but through the processes
    • reaches the planetary realm, he fashions man himself and
    • incorporates himself in this way into the place prepared for
    • life on earth incorporates itself into the etheric impelling
    • himself at one with the universe. He feels the world in
    • himself and himself in the world. He feels the life of the
    • leaves the organism spreads itself out again into the world.
    • soul-spiritually and disperses itself in the cosmos until it
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • itself in this dead mineral realm, enlivens it, gives it
    • immersed itself in possesses life: an entire living earth,
    • itself alive within a living mineral realm. Imagine this
    • in such a way that it forms itself into plants, that what now
    • immerses itself into the plant realm in a merely material way
    • also can feel as dissolving itself, even as vanishing away.
    • himself as astral body disappears, as if dark clouds were
    • cocoon as seed for the future. It loosens itself from the
    • itself to become the seed for a plant-mineral realm; the
    • etheric body loosens itself to become the seed for an
    • actually had to wrest itself away from what today is already
    • he associates himself with something that is the task of our
    • cosmos. It vanishes from the human being; it lifts itself
    • If you wish to know the world look into yourself. If you wish
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • the portal of death, it apparently dissolves itself in the
    • higher stages of culture and absorb all this into himself, by
    • immersed but that are not called to do actual self-conscious
    • clairvoyant oneself, but only to the research of the
    • images (yellow). It is not necessary to strain oneself by
    • with the earth. He must evolve himself further in other forms.
    • being has developed himself right into his astral body,
    • earth, in order to develop himself further in these future
    • oneself with? They should be given anthroposophical
    • self-achievement of the thoughts, the ideas of
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • what the human being feels occurring within himself as
    • itself in the will, while feeling content and thought content
    • manifests itself in an arm movement, in a leg movement, we
    • impressions — really to experience yourself as an I.
    • comes from within interweaves itself with the sense
    • up into itself is borne through the portal of death. The
    • combined itself with the appearance of the senses continues
    • him. By developing himself up to modern civilization, man has
    • itself into the far reaches of the cosmos. There is a brief
    • inside of me,” now says to himself, after death,
    • himself in ever-repeated sense impressions a rose, a red
    • he in turn is connected to the world itself, we can acquire
    • presents itself to us between birth and death and then
    • at last to cast, to project, out of himself.
    • death, that is, what he can place in front of himself. There
    • colors, but the light itself he does not perceive. You may
    • itself: it is what comprises the content of the earth, of the
    • earth lives, and it reveals itself immediately to us in its
    • be able to say to yourself: in order to be able to experience
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • itself surrounded by. Healing will come when we summon the courage
    • any view of himself in his ordinary consciousness. He cannot
    • look into himself. It is an illusion, of course, to believe,
    • that manifests itself particularly — as I already
    • essentially perceives the human being himself, the inner
    • so that he would be unable to liberate himself from them out
    • because they still saw the self-revelation of the
    • find his own value and see himself within the cosmos as a
    • the greatest of riddles. He should say to himself that this
    • self, so modern times must find in a right view of the
    • instead that in the past the human being gave himself up
    • in this; it was altogether something that yielded itself to
    • whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself upon
    • being has the possibility of saving himself from the danger
    • surrenders himself to instincts and drives and therefore
    • religious faith living in freedom, he transforms himself for
    • itself only outwardly in the way in which the eye is able to



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