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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • again. Thus something coquettish in a higher sense of the word
    • around him by means of his sense-perceptions. What he sees, he orders
    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • originated in external sense-perceptions and has been
    • outer world. Here are the outer sense-perceptions. We link
    • survey all that we receive through our sense-perceptions, there
    • into man's innermost being — not frivolously in the sense of a
    • sense-perceptions. Just as little as man, when he looks into his
    • as sense-perceptions; he cannot see beyond it. He adds to it a
    • he cannot penetrate through the sense-images.
    • stranger to this world beyond the outer sense-images. Every night between
    • sense-images is not the atomistic world conjectured by the
    • senses was in fact experienced by the ancient Oriental sage in his
    • desires to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. And it was this
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • sense-perceptions. Hence to the ancient oriental sage it was clear
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • turn them into experience through our senses and through our
    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • objects in a material sense, and following the custom of present day
    • surrounded with sense-phenomena. We behold these phenomena spread
    • beyond this tapestry of the senses. We penetrate it just as little as
    • and the reason is that beyond the tapestry of the senses lies that
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • this yearning to reach the world behind the sense phenomena; while
    • memory-mirror or behind the tapestry of the world of the senses. And
    • consciousness, beginning with sense-perception and going on as far as
    • of the Father God. Thus in the sense of this theology Christ is of
    • we compare this finding? We cannot compare it with what our senses tell
    • to you that you perceive with your sense of hearing, then you know
    • for one who has insight to see behind the tapestry of the senses a spiritual
    • the tapestry of the senses and sees beyond; and the Beings who reveal
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • For what we see of the stars by means of our senses — that too
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
    • the senses is a revelation of Him; but it is none the less a dying,
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • When our senses
    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • would perceive here on earth if every sense perception were to
    • hypnotize him, as if every sense perception were to take hold of
    • historical course of development has no sense.
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • Thus, in a higher sense, he brought something frivolous into
    • through the outer physical sense-impressions. He combines what
    • his actions proceed. The sense-impressions he receives from
    • outside, what he evolves out of these sense-impressions in the
    • sense-impressions, transformed by feeling and will, can arise.
    • look at the world outside. We have the outer sense impressions
    • and survey all that comes to us through sense-impressions,
    • offers and the outer sense-perception. He adds to it a material
    • senses.
    • representations gained through the senses. Every night, between
    • then, lies beyond the representations gained through the senses
    • Mysteries, was the world lying beyond the sphere of the senses.
    • knowledge if we wish to penetrate behind the sense-impressions.
    • beyond the sense-world with our usual human Ego, we would
    • enter this world beyond the senses. How does the Ego arise?
    • sense-world.
    • evil. This human Ego cannot live beyond the human sense-sphere
    • existing within man, cannot go beyond the sphere of the sense
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • higher sense of the word — one cannot help
    • of his outer, physical sense impressions. What he sees, he
    • man surveys and out of which he acts. The sense impressions
    • sense impressions, these mental images as they penetrate
    • only emerges from what actually originated in outer sense
    • on the outer world. Here are the outer sense impressions. We
    • our sense impressions, there radiates into our inner being
    • into man's inner being — not frivolously in the sense
    • memory-mirror and the outer sense perceptions. Just as little
    • as sense perception; he cannot see beyond it. He adds to it a
    • sphere of the senses was actually experienced by the ancient
    • penetrate beyond the sense impression. It was this love in
    • one sought to enter the world beyond the senses with one's
    • into the world beyond the senses. How does this I originate?
    • sense world. Let us picture to ourselves the source of
    • senses in the outer world. That is why the I-consciousness
    • sphere of the sense phenomena. Hence to the perception of the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • and we have our experiences through the senses, through the
    • life these afterimages of sense experiences.
    • reflects in the course of time the sense impressions we
    • existence, with the side where sense phenomena are spread out
    • around us. We behold these sense phenomena spread around us
    • relate them in order to discover within these sense phenomena
    • tapestry of the senses. With ordinary consciousness we
    • penetrate the tapestry of sense impressions just as little as
    • because beyond the tapestry of the senses lies the world
    • live behind the sense phenomena, used to speak of Nirvana, of
    • behold behind the sense phenomena, and he cultivated the
    • the sense phenomena, while the human being of the West has
    • senses spread out before us. Man must, however, acquire once
    • beginning with sense perception and going on as far as the
    • more than the message of the Father God. In the sense of this
    • he still has a sense for the battles, the spiritual battles,
    • compare it with what our senses at first convey to us of
    • same time entered a realm where it no longer makes sense to
    • with your sense of hearing, you know that this being of
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • in the sense of what is described in
    • before the impressions that the senses have after awaking
    • senses. As soon as one has slipped into the physical body,
    • the outer physical sense impressions are simply there. What
    • the life of sense perception. By having within you the life
    • of sense perception, you become permeated with the thoughts
    • of the outer world, which can form in you from the sense
    • which we develop in our association with the sense world. I
    • to the boundary of our physical body, where the sense organs
    • are, and perceive the sense impressions with the thinking, so
    • physical organization, not as far as the senses and therefore
    • senses, thus coming to the periphery of the body, taking
    • sense perception. Inasmuch as by way of our I we emerge out of ourselves,
    • action, the other pole of sense perception (see last
    • arrive at sense perception we grasp it. When we learn to
    • next diagram). Before we arrive at sense perceptions,
    • to the place to which otherwise the sense impressions come.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • when he has full sense perception — and there he passes
    • upon our senses. On the other side, however, where we can no
    • our sense perceptions. We form mental images about these and
    • life. If you look from within, as it were, at what the sense
    • live fully as human beings only in our outer sense
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • the side of the skin, insofar as the sum of the senses is
    • sense world itself today, however, the fact is that we do not
    • come right to the senses, in looking upon them as being what
    • surrounded from outside by the sense life incorporated in the
    • skin (red). This sense life is thus formed out of the cosmos,
    • mainly in the configuration of the sense organs. This is
    • proceeds from the senses.
    • experiencing something of the world through sense impressions
    • these sense impressions thoughtfully, we actually weave with
    • experience in our soul as a result of the sense impressions
    • into these thoughts that we develop about outer sense
    • sought. In feeling, in the most essential sense, past and
    • there that we sense as something objective, because it
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • everything that makes the mineral realm in a certain sense
    • sense he sleeps through but that reach up out of the sleeping
    • outer sense reality and often actually denies contact with
    • organs of the human being, in the sense of animal forces. I
    • the laws that work in us in the sense of the universe —
    • not speak of the cosmos in the sense of a cosmic law that
    • sensed knowledge. It is tremendously moving when one finds
    • sense, knowledge of man is knowledge of the world; knowledge
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • universal sense organ that was developed further in the Sun,
    • senses — in all these mineral effects live the thoughts
    • kingdom in the sense that at first the human thoughts, the
    • he develops, in the sense in which I spoke yesterday, a
    • in a certain sense, but still more so “The Natural
    • true sense a physicist. He occupied himself with natural
    • everywhere, if one feels and senses these things, and if only
    • the physical, sense activity into the soul-spiritual world,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • felt and sensed, as if darkness were being dissolved into the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • inner work, though not now in the Goethean sense. Such a
    • who sense this when they read an anthroposophical book. As
    • they read it they sense something; something stirs in them.
    • makes a few people sense that man, due to his trespasses,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • however, that the world of sense perceptions breaks upon
    • awakening, when you open your senses to the outside world,
    • will you be in a position — thanks to your sense
    • of the sense perceptions
    • penetrates the I. Now the appearance of the sense perceptions
    • that has penetrated our senses; and coming from within as the
    • then, that the sense perceptions penetrate in from without.
    • feeling content rises upward and unites with the sense
    • what these sense impressions are. The thought content, which
    • comes from within interweaves itself with the sense
    • this we actually 'owe to the appearance of the senses
    • well this appearance of the senses. Let us look upon it and
    • appearance of the senses ceases at the moment we lay down our
    • appearance of the senses. Of our actual nature as awake,
    • enlivened by the appearance of the senses. Imagine vividly
    • the senses — which is, after all, only an appearance
    • tissue is spun inside of us, as it were, into which the sense
    • the sense impressions. The outer becomes inner. Only what
    • It had mediated the sense impressions for Therefore the sense
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • and outer realities. In a sense deeper than normally recognized, the
    • When our senses
    • certain sense our own. Insofar as it stands in front of us
    • fifteenth century), we cannot say in the same sense that the
    • if he were to be hypnotized by every single sense perception,
    • if he were to be overpowered by every single sense perception
    • should really sense that humanity's historical development is
    • really sensed this absence of meaning in history. We should
    • Goethe's sense, if we give up hypotheses and remain in the
    • is in a certain sense torn away from the world by the Mystery
    • Christ must be able to be sensed, felt, known through one's
    • outwardly luminous sun, the ancient human being sensed the



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