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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture I: First Steps towards Imaginative Knowledge
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • are conscious only of the immediate present. Then they do the
    • blotted out from their consciousness, and they remember only what
    • the general level of human consciousness which has been reached at this
    • — of that you are wholly unconscious. Only the result comes
    • all your activities when awake, the will is the most unconscious. We
    • consciousness. What is important is not that the concept should
    • received, one is conscious that every step has been taken
    • one is conscious of all this, there is no longer any question of
    • full consciousness.
    • any consciousness of such things, people searching for the
    • in blotting this out from our consciousness. In ordinary life this
    • consciousness. For the examination candidate would hardly wipe out
    • his knowledge consciously; it is a passive process, a sign of
    • one must be able to extinguish from consciousness the very thing one
    • consciousness, that comes to anyone on the verge of sleep, now has to
    • be brought about at will. But while all conscious impressions, even
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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture II: Inspiration and Intuition
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    • this finger of yours had a consciousness, it would say: I am no more
    • consciousness that we understand how matters really are in the
    • It is only at this stage of empty consciousness that — just as
    • when we have arrived at being able to empty our consciousness, our
    • consciousness, what I have described as an inwardly
    • time when man was still an unconscious being. If he had been
    • conscious of it, it would have involved a painful wounding of
    • present-day consciousness would be an experience of pain. At this
    • has its roots in an element of suffering. If as conscious beings we
    • emptiness of consciousness — the capacity for love we can first
    • now in the midst of a completely empty consciousness. All around is
    • conscious of himself; he learns to find spirituality in that one
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture III: Initiation-Knowledge -- New and Old
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    • empty consciousness and in absolute stillness and peace, to survey
    • we have a memory, at first unconscious but capable of being made
    • conscious, of pre-earthly existence. In the old Mysteries,
    • dreaming, sleeping. Sleep takes its course in unconsciousness. The
    • human beings of older epochs had indeed this state of unconsciousness
    • consciousness. But during sleep we are of course still living; we do
    • for ordinary, everyday consciousness. People remember their waking
    • ordinary consciousness they have no memory of anything they
    • things that are hidden from ordinary consciousness, but are all the
    • experiences of the night up into waking consciousness of day,
    • his waking state and with empty consciousness he is wrapped in cosmic
    • Inspiration we become conscious of that which remains unconscious during
    • normally brought into consciousness. Hence, in speaking to you of
    • experience light unconsciously. In waking life we think about the
    • rises up into his waking consciousness, he at once realises that during
    • it. Hence, whoever aspires to enter consciously the world he
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IV: Dream Life
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    • consciousness, to go deeply into the enigmas of dream life, for
    • point of view of ordinary consciousness. The dissolving of a salt in
    • substance is discovered, unconscious indications are sometimes given
    • sharply outlined world of our ordinary consciousness is born out of
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture V: The Relation of Man to the Three Worlds
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • unconsciously, as we do in dreams, or consciously through Imagination
    • and Inspiration. For if we enter it consciously, everything there
    • state of consciousness a man sees of the external world is merely its
    • world in full consciousness, it immediately appears to us to be
    • ordinary consciousness merely to the impulses of the sense-world, and
    • so on, but always to be conscious that to his physical world he has
    • dream consciousness that some part of you is unclothed. Now, because
    • You are unable to move your limbs and you become conscious of this in
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VI: The Ruling of Spirit in Nature
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    • sleep a man crosses the so-called Threshold unconsciously or
    • half-consciously. Leaving the physical world of the senses, he enters
    • memory-consciousness, deceptions and illusions arise in dreams.
    • Imaginative consciousness does not see the dream merely in this way,
    • dream-consciousness is due to our confronting three different worlds.
    • Haven't I sometimes had a tendency in daytime consciousness not
    • conscious of the Guardian of the Threshold, took to heart his warning
    • ordinary consciousness this dream is easily taken at its face value.
    • in your own thoughts. In waking consciousness, however, people are
    • consciousness, naturally, they are not disposed to admit
    • ordinary consciousness — they say perhaps that they are
    • conscious Imagination is reached, one can see how the dream,
    • how the dream can be said to lead ordinary consciousness into the spiritual
    • our experience, either in dreams or consciously in Imagination,
    • weaving of our dreams and of our conscious Imagination. I have called
    • dream or in conscious Imagination.
    • what can be experienced in the unconscious Imagination of a
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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VII: The Interplay of Various Worlds
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    • — and everyone does so, if only unconsciously, whenever he goes
    • be weighed, but in the imponderable. The first conscious experience
    • consciousness with the reality he absorbs by entering into other
    • will be able in full consciousness to walk up steeply sloping
    • consciously, during the Jupiter-evolution. So this
    • be accomplished spiritually, in full consciousness, if at the same time
    • unconsciously to them and makes every movement to which they impel
    • conscious clairvoyance refrains from any such movements; he keeps
    • him and become Intuitions. Conscious Intuition, therefore, the
    • this experience without being conscious of it — who are, that is, in
    • Consciousness was then very dim.
    • consciousness the darkness around him, producing by his own efforts a
    • learns to master consciously the hidden Sun-forces, so that he does not
    • indeed conscious Imagination arises. This conscious Imagination, that
    • recorded to a certain extent unconsciously in his writings, and with
    • are changed to conscious Imagination.
    • has acquired the capacity for seeing consciously the pictures
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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VIII: During Sleep and after Death
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    • perceived by ordinary consciousness to-day, but anyone who has
    • Imaginative cognition, a man experiences more or less unconsciously
    • experiences of the Ego in sleep remain subconscious for
    • ordinary consciousness, and even for Imaginative consciousness. They
    • are revealed only to Inspired consciousness, as already described.
    • over into the conscious waking life of earthly men; while the
    • and Inspired consciousness bring to light here things which can be
    • conscious knowledge of what it was. Much that is still handed down in
    • clear consciousness of earthly man; they are the source of the
    • consciousness, but Inspiration can call it up. Then the particular
    • consciousness. Yet he must become conscious of it, or his human
    • all that could manifest only unconsciously, in picture form, while we
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IX: Experiences between Death and Rebirth
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    • though they do not rise up into ordinary consciousness in life on Earth,
    • Because they do not enter consciousness, we should not believe they do
    • darkness, since the consciousness is blind to it, but it is
    • In ordinary life on Earth this anxiety does not rise into consciousness,
    • organism, is throughout an effect of subconscious anxiety during the
    • a movement to and fro that, if the man were conscious of it, he might
    • the world from experiencing consciously all that he goes through
    • unconsciously every night.
    • Egyptian Mysteries, for example. They called the conscious
    • experiences during sleep produce in the man, again unconsciously,
    • is experienced unconsciously during sleep. A man then feels his soul
    • to be filled with an inner unconscious conviction, born, one
    • consciousness in three words — words which should pervade your
    • vague for ordinary consciousness, but raised into consciousness
    • stars. For conscious Inspiration the Cosmos changes into a speaking
    • experienced in such a way that, if a man became conscious of it, he would
    • consciously, as Inspiration does, he would notice this — is
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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture X: Man's Life after Death in the Spiritual Cosmos
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    • consciousness, for with these forms of consciousness one can see into
    • course of evolution, consciousness of this has been lost; and to-day
    • prodigious arrogance of modern man — a subconscious
    • that we have slept through in unconscious imagery during our nights
    • yesterday, he is not conscious of returning to his birth, and so his
    • with Moon, Mercury and Venus. Why has this consciousness
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XI: Experience of the World's Past
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    • universal consciousness which must flow essentially from the Christ
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XII: The Evolution of the World in Connection with the Evolution of Man
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    • conjure up these pictures. In our ordinary daytime consciousness
    • consciousness to following the path I have indicated, then, as
    • his spiritual consciousness grows clearer and clearer, more and more
    • with ordinary consciousness only as much as the senses offer and
    • unconscious of it — is that which expresses itself as a man's
    • consciousness, everything below the heart remains unconscious. This
    • does not mean that it is any less fully imbued with consciousness,
    • but this is a consciousness beyond our normal reach to-day. Hence
    • consciousness. He is conscious only of what is on the surface,
    • endowed to-day with these subconscious forces. We can then see how a
    • consciousness. But although his head may be perfectly
    • subconsciously affected by it — and the subconscious is
    • really another form of consciousness — and his hand quivers.
    • subconsciously causes a trembling in the astral and etheric organs
    • head by a bad deed, consciousness is — we might say —
    • benumbed; but another form of consciousness arises in the depths of a
    • beings. If one looks quite simply, with ordinary consciousness, at
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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XIII: The Entry of Man into the Era of Freedom
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    • effect, if only unconsciously, he is always led between death and
    • conscious work of raising himself to knowledge of these Beings and so
    • Ego-consciousness, everything that derives from the deeper forces
    • subconscious depths of their being a premonition of this coming of
    • repressed into the realm of the subconscious, the unconscious,
    • unconscious.
    • that if the patient recalled his experience, and so became fully conscious
    • tendency to accumulate subconscious provinces of the soul. We must
    • sides, without it being realised, these subconscious yearnings arise.



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