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- Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
- life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
- as the experiences of deep, dreamless sleep; so that in this respect
- will lies and which, like the experiences of deep sleep, is wrapt in
- feeling is a dimly apprehended experience, that so far as actual
- experiences of feeling which have in them the quality of sympathy. The
- dreamlike experience of feeling which comes to expression in
- trying to penetrate into us, preventing us from full experience of our
- We are gazing here into deep secrets of human experience. If a man
- antipathy not to be explained by outer circumstances are experienced,
- experience of darkness — where we see nothing. On the other hand,
- affirmative judgment becomes experience of light. The same could be
- said with regard to the experience of silence, or of tone and sound.
- been said in connection with the experiences of light and of darkness.
- the world was an especially vivid experience in the wisdom of the
- with an Ahrimanic quality. — Thus did the ancient Persians experience
- The sun as the divine source of Light — so it was experienced
- Post-Atlantean epoch (Egypto-Chaldean) men experienced more strongly
- experienced in light or darkness, but rather in the impact between
- conceptual activity and feeling. Experience of divine activity among
- life. Men did not experience merely light and darkness but something
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- Title: Lecture: The Universe
- is born, everything which it experienced from death to a
- to look back on the experiences which it had before birth.
- But these prenatal experiences then begin to be active in
- third thing is: To experience or touch ourselves (see
- experienced man's connection with the universe and
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