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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture I: First Steps towards Imaginative Knowledge
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • to arrive at so-called self-knowledge — the only true knowledge
    • in the visible world — seize upon the physically dead man. Then
    • that system of relationships, which we call the human organism, comes
    • called, throughout the ages, Initiation-knowledge — knowledge,
    • to-day through inner development, by calling up forces in the
    • leading to super-sensible cognition, called by us meditation and
    • have our first super-sensible member — we can call it the
    • etheric body or the formative forces body. It must be called
    • something, but the name is immaterial. In future I will call it the
    • picture. For this reason I call this cognition Imaginative
    • Imaginative knowledge, we may call it Inspired knowledge. If we
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture II: Inspiration and Intuition
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • more call up before our souls whither modern Initiation leads, after the
    • red. When we encounter something which calls up a mood of humility,
    • what I might call the etheric or formative-forces world. Anyone who
    • an old image, I have called this world, lying beyond that of
    • I have called “Intuition”. The term Intuition may easily be
    • in the world: we have to strain every nerve to call up from within
    • egotistically for momentary knowledge, but in a love that can forget
    • rhythmically through the stages of earthly existence from birth or
    • governed by what is called the law of cause and effect. This colours
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture III: Initiation-Knowledge -- New and Old
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • worlds depends upon calling up, through the training I have
    • world, one is simply recalling to people's memories something they
    • the other man to recall it also. It is just the same process,
    • spiritual investigator is only recalling what has been experienced by
    • says, therefore, is indeed a call to the very depths of the human
    • simply an appeal to men to call up in memory the greatest treasures
    • by his attention being called to what must be emphasised to-day: that
    • necessary to call up in those around them a different
    • passes his life rhythmically between two states, or really three: waking,
    • Initiation-knowledge has to recall what has lived in men's souls
    • the old Initiation-wisdom there was a recalling to memory of what a man
    • had lived through in sleep, to-day there is a recalling to memory of
    • spirit; and that what he experienced there he can recall on Earth in
    • live as light in the light. Thus we are not only what I have called a
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IV: Dream Life
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • elements in dream pictures often call attention both to other worlds,
    • find this article we think we have made, and start frantically
    • may have brought him to his present-day calling. For in human life
    • content of these conceptions from what I would call the dramatic
    • fantastic forms — at least we call them fantastic from the
    • call science. Then they turn their gaze to the vastness of the
    • it points to the confused thinking that comes in. It has been called
    • established the theory of what is called gravitation — the
    • the senses while we are asleep and dreaming.” The Greeks called
    • a so-called quintessence, a fifth mode of being, was spoken of
    • something that recalls the mediaeval vision when the poet with his intuitive
    • that is chaotically vague, but also inwardly consistent. Behind, in
    • words. We must have words, but we could just as well call the astral
    • this process schematically we must say: When we are awake we carry on
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture V: The Relation of Man to the Three Worlds
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • of the dream, behind what the Greeks called “chaos”, the
    • world we encounter is the one I have called in my book,
    • and open also for the limb system. When perceived physically, man's
    • Earth, but it is put together and plastically formed in such a
    • be called a heavenly creation. Anyone who contemplates spiritually
    • the highest spirituality, something that can be called heavenly, is
    • see my legs; they are physically perceptible, which they would not be
    • important warning given by that power we may call the Guardian of the
    • course — where, for example, we are called to meals at the
    • logically combined, fall asunder when, in passing by, you ignore the
    • chaotically, in conformity with the custom you take with you across
    • chaotically, according to the laws of the physical world, and you
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VI: The Ruling of Spirit in Nature
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • sleep a man crosses the so-called Threshold unconsciously or
    • weaving of our dreams and of our conscious Imagination. I have called
    • When a man is there before us physically, we have to look upon him in
    • shall we call this age of ours? We could take one of its symptoms and call
    • was evolving merely inorganically or with creatures of a lower order,
    • in a certain region Imaginative cognition exerts itself to call up an
    • perceive here something of what I would call the esoteric mood of the
    • a barrier which with a certain rightness we call the Threshold of the
    • a clock that exists physically for the senses, I make an inner
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VII: The Interplay of Various Worlds
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • somnambulist, and are abnormal. Call to him by his earthly name when
    • earthly man, in his so-called normal life to-day, is bound up with
    • the physical body. And that which the astral develops physically in
    • connection we are concerned entirely with human beings whom we can call
    • warmth or cold — we might call anti-warmth, and so on. So that,
    • ordinary sunlit world — have what is called second-sight: and
    • physically present among us, but in fact he belongs far more to the
    • circumstances, second-sight was evoked quite systematically. Stories
    • thereby calling up inner sensation as its polar opposite. A physical
    • mirror was thus used for calling up a spiritual reflection. The
    • Sun-evolution and may be called the Saturn age. It was made known at
    • the beings who were reflected etherically for Swedenborg vanish from
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VIII: During Sleep and after Death
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • physical body are two higher members, which we may call the astral
    • accumulated store of memories. This may be called the laying aside of
    • egoistically, but that he is placed in the world as a thinking being.
    • to grasp this calls for an unprejudiced approach. Directly we rise to
    • which are impenetrable to physically perceptible Sun-forces, and by passing
    • consciousness, but Inspiration can call it up. Then the particular
    • life, however, a man cannot normally call this experience up into
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IX: Experiences between Death and Rebirth
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • These sleep-experiences lie beyond the so-called threshold which, in
    • might call a sphere of anxiety.
    • Egyptian Mysteries, for example. They called the conscious
    • physically to the senses there come forth from their rays —
    • same time they imprint on the human soul what can truly be called the
    • spiritual worlds are spoken of theoretically and with little
    • So that, in accordance with what in earthly life is called time, we
    • I have called Spirit-Man
    • materialistically thinking age little is said about such circles of
    • fundamentally unable to picture things historically. Those who
    • movements — which are of course meant metaphorically, since one
    • through between death and a new birth — whether you call it
    • medieval man, including his shadow-side; consider the so-called Dark Ages;
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture X: Man's Life after Death in the Spiritual Cosmos
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • I called the soul-world, we are pre-occupied
    • into the realm called spirit-land in my book,
    • called the temple of the Gods, for so was its wonderful structure
    • must be able to recall what was said yesterday — that, on growing
    • the brilliance of their rays which meet the eye physically. Just as
    • be called the middle brain — the pineal gland and so on.
    • in the Mysteries, to whom physically incorporated men stood merely as
    • I called spirit-land, the spiritual realm of the Sun — must
    • been called Bodhisattvas. Although they have always made their
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XI: Experience of the World's Past
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • united with the judgments of the Cosmos, as I called them yesterday.
    • always called it. These impulses are thus absorbed while the human
    • 2,160 years signify? You have only to recall that the position of the Sun
    • cosmically elaborated karma derived from his earlier lives on
    • might call it. The world-memories thus lived through become a man's
    • from which he is separated by what geologists call the Ice Age. He
    • to what is called the age of Lemuria, when man is still to be found
    • again names are unimportant — called the Lemurian, which
    • corresponds to what natural scientists call, with some
    • the Moon were called Bodhisattvas. They dwelt on Earth as men, but in
    • ambassadors — called in the East the Bodhisattvas —
    • great, momentous event we call the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • good service mechanically. It can truly be said that men will be
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XII: The Evolution of the World in Connection with the Evolution of Man
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • involved. All the limbs are called into play when, in order to stand
    • arriving at the so-called higher potencies. The results can be
    • siding with homoeopaths, but of establishing scientifically the
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XIII: The Entry of Man into the Era of Freedom
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    • of the Hierarchies. The lectures culminate in the call for humanity to
    • these matters — a knowledge later called Gnosis. They were
    • question for those we might call successors of the old
    • poet-priests, as I might call them, of the first four Christian centuries,
    • remember how it was merely by so-called chance that later on the
    • Impulse, already rigid in dogma, but are called upon, out of direct
    • dogmatically what I have just been relating about a lost poem and a
    • though dogmatically inclined, owed some of its inspiration to what
    • that if the patient recalled his experience, and so became fully conscious
    • are not sure of, and by this means they lead him into what is called
    • of what to-day is called the scientific outlook — not the facts of



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