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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • life. Whenever we were concerned to promulgate a world-conception and
    • of oneself in love to the world.” That is how he would put it,
    • — delight in the world and love for the world.
    • Greek civilisation set in. The old eastern world-picture,
    • surrounding world, and he had a special motive for giving over his
    • oriental wisdom, and in the world-conception that owed its origin to
    • “Turn your gaze outwards towards the world and endeavour to let
    • knowledge of the outer world and of the spiritual facts and beings
    • lying behind the outer world — simply by the strength of this
    • to penetrate into the spiritual worlds, they were now enabled to
    • different spiritual world; not only into his thoughts, but into his
    • — was introduced into the conventional world where Philistinism
    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • of which I have spoken. The average man to-day is aware of the world
    • transformed reflection of the outer world, and takes it, perhaps, as
    • a special message from the divine eternal world. But this is not so.
    • self-knowledge is only the transformed outer world, which is
    • outer world. Here are the outer sense-perceptions. We link
    • physical body of man. In the outer world, matter is nowhere
    • matter is valid only for the outer world. Within the human being,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • Worlds
    • memories of the impressions made upon us by the world, but that this
    • is as far as we can go. We receive our impressions from the world; we
    • 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,
    • experience in the external world. In the external world we see
    • seeds of future worlds arise. Then we, as men, take part there in the
    • coming into being of worlds.
    • instinctive vision. And then they looked upon a world where egohood
    • world every time we go to sleep. When we fall asleep, the Ego is dulled,
    • world where, to begin with, the ego-power, as it develops for human
    • doing acquired a power of vision into a spiritual world which is not
    • composed of atoms and molecules but of spiritual Beings. This world
    • also in other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • this yearning to reach the world behind the sense phenomena; while
    • memory-mirror or behind the tapestry of the world of the senses. And
    • these worlds. He must do so, if Christianity is again to become a
    • round about him on the world, and uses the combining faculty of his
    • comes to the point when he could say: “The world is permeated
    • thoughts; they are in reality the thoughts of the world. If I follow
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • here, from birth to death, and in the spiritual world, from death
    • and death, man only has a conception of the external world. But
    • are turned to the things which surround us in the world in which
    • we live from birth to death, then the world appears to us as a
    • us when looking out into the world, it is an illusion which
    • the present epoch we were not able to experience the world as an
    • development of freedom is only possible in the world of illusion.
    • reality the world which we experience may be compared with the
    • the world which we experience may be compared with the images
    • world which we perceive is a semblance, an illusion. But the
    • world. He is woven into it only in regard to his perception,
    • death, man lives in a real world unknown to him, one which cannot
    • be experienced within a world of pictures, of semblance. When we
    • way say that man was surrounded only by a world of semblance. Of
    • course, everything which man saw in his own way as the world's
    • manifestation of a spiritual world. This spiritual world then
    • divine spiritual world, but the divine spiritual vanished from
    • order that he might discover freedom in this world of semblance.
    • Man must therefore find freedom in a world of illusion; he does
    • not find it in the world of reality which completely withdrew to
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  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • civilisation. In my days, when a world-conception had to
    • be brought into the world, so that deeds and social life may
    • the world, into love.
    • original element of pleasure, joy, love of the world and
    • towards the world, even in the manifestations of decadence to
    • enlightened world-conception of the ancient East, for it really
    • in the world around him. The ancient Oriental culture was
    • him as world, and he felt particularly induced to devote
    • himself to the world with all his inner being. What weaved in
    • this old Oriental wisdom and in the conception of the world
    • the world. Even the Mysteries — you can gather it from
    • the world, try to approach what lies hidden in the depths of
    • the world's manifestations,” this could be taken as a
    • different elementary formation of the Western world. What these
    • shape of outer knowledge of the world, and knowledge concerning
    • world, this enabled them now to penetrate deeply into what is
    • of the West as an acquisition gained by contemplating the world
    • really quite an influence in the world outside. But it is no
    • differently-organised spiritual world, not only in thoughts,
    • this narrow-minded world, this narrowmindedness into
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • Whenever we were to promulgate a world conception, allowing
    • complete giving of oneself to the world, that then could be
    • the world and love for the world.
    • the ancient Greek culture. The ancient Eastern world
    • being as the world, and he had a special Inducement for
    • giving over his entire inner being to the world. It was
    • wisdom and in the view of the world that owed its origin to
    • outward toward the world and try to let that approach you
    • virtue of the geographical conditions of the Western world
    • Asia, had acquired knowledge of the outer world
    • outer world — simply through this, they were now able to
    • spiritual worlds, was now enabled to penetrate into man's
    • “foreign” spiritual world, not merely into his
    • introduced into the ordinary world where pedantic human
    • more ancient times traveling about in the world accompanied
    • human being today is aware of the world around him by means
    • into his own inner being .Basically this is the world that
    • transformed mirror-image of the outer world and takes it,
    • perhaps, as a special message from the divine, eternal world.
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • impressions of the world. We gain experience of the world,
    • world; the good man keeps it inside him. If it miscarried
    • nothing in the world that would not, in its place, have a
    • world. In the outer world we see things materially.
    • this very source of destruction the seeds of future worlds
    • being of worlds.
    • vision. They beheld that world in which egoity cannot hold
    • world every time we go to sleep. There the egoity is dimmed,
    • because beyond the tapestry of the senses lies the world
    • existence, has no place at all. Hence the world conception of
    • vision into a spiritual world that is composed not of atoms
    • and molecules but of spiritual beings. This world was present
    • for the ancient Oriental world conception as visible reality.
    • other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • development of this inner yearning to reach the world behind
    • either the memory-mirror or the tapestry of the world of the
    • more a consciousness of these worlds. He must acquire a
    • consciousness of these worlds if Christianity is again to be
    • beholds the world all around and uses the combining faculty
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment.
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • that may be made of the spiritual world, because people lack
    • awaking a whole world appears before the soul. As quickly as
    • whole world that appears before the soul and that is indeed
    • presence of mind, what confronts the soul is a whole world of
    • observe this world with the same calm and self-possession
    • Nevertheless, this flowing thought world is there and is
    • — of being placed in a world that is thoroughly a world
    • of the outer world, which can form in you from the sense
    • which we develop in our association with the sense world. I
    • perceive what is weaving in the outer world in this dreamlike
    • the world of feeling. What feeling is takes place between the
    • feel sympathy or antipathy with the world, or whatever
    • our feeling life, streaming into the outer world. One then
    • placing our whole organization into the outer world, willing becomes
    • it is a world of thought. If one can study it more accurately
    • with an inner grasp that we are woven out of the world of
    • sum of will impulses out into the purely spiritual world in
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • the world from two sides, as it were: when he is active from
    • within the world, in order to be able to give all this a sort
    • the animal world, we find in the animal world a consciousness
    • descend to the plant world we find there not the same sort of
    • in the plant world is of essentially the same nature as what
    • willing actually prevails over the whole plant world. The
    • event of the world as what takes place in the mineral
    • aware of the mineral world around him and seeing the minerals
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment,
    • into a world that lives in imagining, whose activity is
    • world that is first experienced above the human being, this
    • weaving world, this self-imagining world. What is woven in
    • conception and birth into this physical world from the
    • spiritual world, this we find only as a fragment, as
    • something cut out of this weaving, self-imagining world. That
    • world which is the self-imagining world finally dismisses us,
    • have this universal thought-weaving of the world (
    • the world through our birth. The thought-weaving of the world
    • world, and then they work in us with the help of the etheric
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • through birth into the earthly world from the soul spiritual
    • world. It is necessary for one to imagine that what we
    • can call world thoughts. That is not the case, at least not
    • which are kindled through the outer world, have their life in
    • sense world itself today, however, the fact is that we do not
    • the etheric world when the human being enters existence
    • fact that what constitutes man's world of feeling descends
    • experiencing something of the world through sense impressions
    • and thus forming a sensory world conception, in working over
    • therefore into that world which is not encompassed within the
    • sensory, for this world that is not encompassed within the
    • It is experienced in intercourse with the outer world, in
    • encounter with things in the outer world. What goes on
    • world becoming. He thus stands within it. These things are
    • about the surrounding world. By reason of the present
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • confronts us as a self-contained being in the world between
    • understands the mineral world through this mineral
    • were, to spread itself out in the world. It strives to become
    • condition and live out their life in the world of dreams. The
    • world of thoughts is woven between birth and death. In going
    • would like at least to set up these two worlds; on the one
    • in the spiritual world — that it not only comes from
    • inscribed from outside, as it were, by means of the world
    • today it is exactly this that provides the keynote for world
    • over the world. Then, after the Midnight Hour of Existence,
    • increasingly one with the world. He hardly distinguishes
    • himself from the world. Expressing myself figuratively
    • this is not the world, this is the human being. A
    • that if we take the seemingly quite complicated world that
    • the world with its soul and spiritual elements, it is indeed
    • as complicated and is different from the world outside only
    • death our world is what lies outside our skin; what is within
    • human world, the inner being of man, is his body, soul, and
    • There man is, as it were, the world. Up to the Midnight Hour
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • being to the spiritual world, and this relationship has in
    • because essentially its content is the mineral world with its
    • human being makes his way in the world through which he
    • earthly evolution that the mineral world has been added to
    • Science. The outer, mineral world is, therefore, bound up
    • first appears to us as world body, we understand it very
    • imperfectly. The earth as world body, as it were, is a being
    • human being through the soul world.
    • constitutes the period of his passage through the soul world.
    • after death man completes his passage through the soul world
    • is, the thought world, which is related to what is mineral.
    • It is actually the case that this thought world borne by man
    • the world of human consciousness in the middle period between
    • relationship between the human being and the world about
    • world is knowledge of man, and knowledge of man is knowledge
    • of the world.” This relationship reveals itself here in
    • following death. When we look at the plant world, we see
    • that he never actually came quite fully into the world. He
    • came to the world as a painter, but never became one. He then
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • Now, the moment we approach this physical world with the
    • mineral world, in which the plant world is immersed,
    • with no dead mineral realm, and a plant world that is not
    • death. Then we look back on a picture-world, which is also a
    • world of weaving thoughts. This picture-world is the true
    • between the world of the plants and that of the animals.
    • ourselves the plant world of today, which develops only life;
    • substance resembling that of the present plant world but
    • seed a future world planet with its lowest realm being a
    • death, a second realm of this future world planet will be
    • as the passage through the soul world. There I have described
    • how in this soul world after death human experiences undergo
    • through the soul world after death, and, from the very way in
    • disappearing in the world, that what man has been bearing in
    • through the human soul world after death. Then you will say
    • that if the passage through the soul world is described in
    • were, by the universal world environment and becomes the seed
    • astral body, rises into the world of spirit and in the world
    • spiritual outer world. To be able to describe this at all, I
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • relationship to the world, a relationship that he is seeking
    • our gaze to the spiritual worlds. For, in fact, playing into
    • future worlds. In fact, what will be formed in the world's
    • surrounds him in the world in the same way as things
    • the human being in feeling is just what the world today
    • to the outer world only by outer methods. Let us assume that
    • worlds? One cannot arrive at such a view, of course, with
    • possible to relate to the world, in relation to one's inner
    • a theory or a theoretical world view, but it gives the human
    • soul, and body within the entire evolution of the world and
    • around in the world who do not know what to do with
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • however, that the world of sense perceptions breaks upon
    • awakening, when you open your senses to the outside world,
    • outside world through our sensory pictures and through all
    • put forward our physical body to meet the outer world. This
    • constituting only the seed for further worlds, but it does
    • or sat together, as we experienced the world with him. One
    • cultured, world today, is something that is obliterated upon
    • he in turn is connected to the world itself, we can acquire
    • world conception of civilized humanity had reached a
    • speaks of something divine-spiritual in the outer world,
    • world according to what lies within him. Then, of course, in
    • meant to illustrate how splendidly advanced the world of
    • “The ancients believed that God created the world. We
    • formed; rather, they had formed a world view that was in fact
    • not see the world described like our human mental images from
    • outward. Never will one be able to describe an outer world as
    • perceives the world in color through his sense of sight, so
    • he also perceives the world in warmth through his sense of
    • perceived in the life of the world really cannot be pictured
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • "The modern, materialistic world conception is a product of fear
    • spiritual world, between death and a new birth. We explained
    • the outer world. What kind of view is this, however? It is
    • the world appears to us as appearance, as semblance. We can
    • when we look out into the world, however, it is an appearance
    • not to perceive the world as appearance, if he could not
    • development of freedom is possible only in the world of
    • reality the world that we experience may be compared with the
    • man's world of perception is also appearance. The human being
    • is not completely woven into the appearance of the world. He
    • is woven into a world of appearance only with his perceiving,
    • and death, the human being lives in a true world that he does
    • only within a world of pictures, of appearance. When we
    • world of appearance. Everything that the human being saw in
    • his own way as the world's spiritual background spoke through
    • manifestation, of a spiritual world. This spiritual world
    • experienced as the manifestation of a divine-spiritual world,
    • might discover his freedom within this world of appearance.
    • The human being therefore must find his freedom in a world of
    • appearance; he does not find freedom in the true world, which
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