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  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • detach themselves, a few days after man's death, as etheric body from
    • the Second Hierarchy. When he has gone through the gate of death, man
    • after death. Then he feels himself in his astral body. But again it is
    • the Second Hierarchy after death. Between birth and death the human
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • the individual Spirits. Between death and a new birth he must behold
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • passage through Death. You have often heard me speak of this.
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • experience of the Gods. Death came as a result of Luciferic and
    • too quickly. Death had no place in the life-experience of the higher
    • is, through Death, uniting Himself so deeply with the destiny of
    • passes through Death. The event of Golgotha is accordingly more than
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • an element of death, how they tend to become mere empty husks. In
    • through death. When those great sentences were uttered: “In the
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • death and a new birth to be full of strong and vital experiences. The
    • life of a man between death and a new birth is weakened when no
    • not only plays a part in the period immediately following death, but
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • period of sleep, and we bear with us through the Gate of Death into
    • between death and a new birth.
    • But the matter is not so simple. After death we have no physical
    • between death and a new birth, to work in communion with the Archai.
    • death. Then comes the backward review, lasting one, two, three days,
    • after death, upon his earthly life which has now run its course. The
    • death, both in sleeping and waking life — a great sea of
    • three days after death, but immediately thereafter the thoughts are
    • whole course of earthly life, releasing itself only at death in
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • determinative significance when we pass through the portal of death.
    • death and a new birth. Otherwise, in a far future time, if he has not
    • this we carry through the portal of death, and it later becomes
    • conscious. After death we must form our thoughts in association with
    • must acquire our concepts after death. The manner in which we take our
    • possessing self-consciousness after death through association with the
    • develops into a clearer power of consciousness between death and a new
    • death, he has in a certain way formed his nature morally. Always
    • portal of death, he enters in the right manner into association with
    • that after death, we then enter into a world where these two realms
    • view unless he can see beyond birth and death, if he does not look
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • birth and death. As long as we live in the pre-earthly existence, it
    • death. We know that, so to speak, we breathe in thoughts and again
    • did not need to pass through birth and death, for whom birth and death
    • death. This descent of Christ to the earth was the entire essential
    • most significant experiences — birth and death — this was
    • of Christ over death, symbolizing the victory of every human soul over
    • death. And the ancient idea, I should like to say, of the state of
    • While thinking was still living, man felt not the least fear of death;
    • the utmost importance in the history of human evolution, that death
    • as its instrumentality, brought about more and more fear of death and
    • the belief that death is something final. Ancient humanity had little
    • Both facts — the descent of Christ to birth and death and the
    • fact of His resurrection, the fact of victory over death — until
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas VII: The Creation of A Michael Festival Out Of The Spirit (Extract)
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    • their way back, in the right way, through death into spiritual life.
    • in which man contemplates death and the immortality which follows it,
    • through His own victory over death; but we human beings understand the
    • midst of earth-existence, namely, the Death and Resurrection of the
    • through death in the right way. This means that death and
    • inner resurrection in his soul, he may go through death in the right
    • At Easter we should submerge ourselves in Christ's Death and
    • the risen human soul may go through death in the right way. Just as in
    • death, so we are able to acquire another feeling when we have lived
    • we experience springtide. Just as we can experience the Death and
    • experience in the autumn the death and resurrection of the human soul,
    • go through death in the right way. Moreover, we must understand what
    • wither, the trees grow bare and Nature faces death, — just as it
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • Sheet from 1934. It is also known as, Life after Death.
    • death seems to be connected to the Earth. But if we consider
    • death and rebirth.
    • When we pass through the gates of death, we
    • death, we lay down our physical and life bodies. And so, in the
    • first days after death (since it takes about three days to let
    • through the gate of death has been accomplished. But it still
    • death our conscious life would be at an end. For everything we
    • when we pass through the gates of death, then we go backwards
    • actual spiritual experiences between death and rebirth. At the
    • death before us, or even after us. We meet again
    • through the gates of death.
    • waking life. As we step through the gates of death, we submerge
    • and life bodies on Earth, after death we receive a higher kind
    • between death and rebirth.
    • What follows between death and rebirth,
    • that fills most of our time between death and rebirth sinks
  • Title: Lecture I: The WHITSUN Mystery and its Connection with the Ascension
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    • death, they are not, like our mountains and rocks, in process of
    • earth is already involved in a death-process.
    • one or another state of consciousness. After death, as you know, the
    • at death, retains the etheric body for a few days, and then the
    • dissolution after death betokens union with the sun-nature streaming
    • stands before the soul of every human being who passes through death
    • picture after death becomes the source of the greatest consolation he
    • too learns to understand it. After death, the picture is as it were an
  • Title: Easter/Pentecost: Lecture II: The Mystery of Pentecost and the Ascension
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    • that content of death, that tendency to become pulverised and
    • in a process of disintegration — of death.
    • after death man experiences the going forth of his
    • etheric body. With death he lays the physical body aside. For a
    • death is really union with the sun-nature that permeates space,
    • death; they now realise the whole truth of the Mystery of
    • is, as it were, an exhortation to them after death, which urges

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