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  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture I: First Steps towards Imaginative Knowledge
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • in the whole part he plays in the world, was viewed as a
    • to admit that for ordinary sense-perception part of his being remains
    • look round at the only part of the sense-world understood by people today,
    • this particular stage of human evolution, when natural science is
    • particularly necessary now to point out the inner experiences
    • seen all of the human being that takes part in earthly
    • how small a part your will plays in the ordinary world and in ordinary
    • particularly to the illusions of those mystics who — I am
    • something to be stressed particularly when anyone ventures, more or less
    • dependence. It is then particularly necessary to continue to act in
    • the spiritual part of man.
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture II: Inspiration and Intuition
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • painful nor particularly pleasant; whereas blue induces a mood of
    • than a part of your organism, I have no independent existence. That
    • outside — we do not take part in it. We must learn to enter
    • wishes to acquire knowledge particularly important for himself, he must
    • most advanced side but only of what is imparted to children of six or
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture III: Initiation-Knowledge -- New and Old
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • experiences that have become part of our personality during
    • greater part of our geometry. But in the spiritual world it is the
    • particular stretch; I need do only what I do every day.” And
    • little word plays such a great part in the physical world,
    • particularly in our present civilisation, has no place in the
    • with you into earthly life, and that before this life you took part
    • to impart to men the great truth: What is living in you lives also
    • is during sleep — during a third part of his life on Earth
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IV: Dream Life
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • many other matters, but also because of the particular importance of
    • already said, the astral body is that part of our being which actually
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture V: The Relation of Man to the Three Worlds
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • perceived spiritually, it is open. The part of a man which does not
    • spiritual world participates with its activity in the head; with its
    • substance it participates in a man's third organisation, his metabolic-limb
    • participates through its activity in the metabolism and the
    • quite impartially the different way in which the people of older epochs
    • taken particularly for the experiences they offer. For example, during a
    • also plays its part. One thing pleases us, another does not.
    • member of man also plays a part on this walk, if we are fully awake. Here
    • Clothing ourselves is thus connected with the part of us that enables
    • can make nothing of them because we partly carry over into the
    • asleep in bed. At first with your feeling, with the middle part of
    • coverlet slips; part of your body gets chilled, and it enters your
    • dream consciousness that some part of you is unclothed. Now, because
    • sensation with any particular part of yourself, this feeling spreads,
    • feel yourself in three parts, among strangers, exposed to view on all
    • physical, naturalistic world as a harmonious unity falls apart,
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VI: The Ruling of Spirit in Nature
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • worlds reveal. But they are split apart when in sleep we enter the
    • in a circle. This inclination is particularly characteristic of our
    • the material part of the seed. Anyone able to perceive the spiritual
    • learn this through Inspiration, and more particularly when we enter
    • parts of the Earth show in different ways this sleep of spiritual beings
    • this from their sleep in other parts of the Earth. Here in
    • Penmaenmawr we find that the particular configuration of the Earth,
    • light, while in other parts of the Earth this has long ceased to be
    • soul-atmosphere here, we should need a particularly strong colour
    • believe that those taking part in this lecture-course will be able to
    • particularly grateful to the organisers of the course for having thus
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VII: The Interplay of Various Worlds
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • the super-sensible world — or, as is particularly true of the
    • particular stress on the necessity for the right sort of preparation.
    • his case, it was applied less to individual particulars on the Earth
    • particularly to people leading isolated lives on islands, in mountain
    • inner communications and are able to spread a partial darkness
    • Swedenborg particularly. On this account he developed a capacity for
    • impart to the etheric element of the Earth their activity in the
    • play a positive part in human life and also in other forms of life on
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VIII: During Sleep and after Death
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • know that a distinction has to be made between the part of man
    • the part that can be seen only through Imagination, his etheric or
    • remain in the physical and etheric bodies. It is particularly
    • when, in sleep, the etheric body and the astral body have to part
    • organisation, for neither do they ever part from one another during
    • during sleep. In our epoch, therefore, only the part of sleep-life
    • perfectly well understood by any impartial person with a healthy
    • always been part of Initiation-knowledge.
    • rays of the Sun differ according to particular constellations of the
    • consciousness, but Inspiration can call it up. Then the particular
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, with its particular bearing on our
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture IX: Experiences between Death and Rebirth
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • historic part also in the world-evolution of mankind. What I am now
    • describing is the part it plays during earthly existence in the life
    • ourselves carried along in a particular stream of time. It is
    • Hence, if one is to give a true picture of that part of the world of
    • yourself with them. That is one part of the experience we pass
    • connected part of his world of feeling. When he intends to do anything,
    • sleep. Only in our concepts and in part of our feeling-life are we
    • normally awake. In the other part of our feeling, the part that
    • subconscious — our will and the part of our feeling
    • given you a description of part of a man's experience after he passes
    • be said particularly in Penmaenmawr, for here, on the one hand, we perceive
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture X: Man's Life after Death in the Spiritual Cosmos
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • Beings, partly with those whose whole existence has been in the
    • terminology. These particular names are old and venerable; they
    • death and rebirth, accordingly, a man dwells partly among such Beings,
    • and partly with the souls of men who have cast off their earthly bodies
    • action, the handling and fitting together of the parts, flow from our
    • the stars and in its stead there arises the spiritual counterpart of
    • through its spiritual counterpart, through life in common with the
    • state of existence, is partly the onward driving force of the Mercury
    • arouses contemporary criticism. For to-day it is particularly
    • this is really the least part of it. We are seeing a mirror of cosmic
    • spheres and participating in its forces, he is continually
    • Earth, and cared for its spiritual element, with the participation,
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XI: Experience of the World's Past
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • and particularly (as we shall see later) through his attitude towards
    • was true also of the inhabitants of the Sun; they, too, participated
    • Cosmos. Whereas a man, while here on Earth, goes through only part of
    • human evolution, between death and rebirth he goes through part of
    • cosmic evolution, part of the evolution of the universe. Those Beings
    • twelfth part of this is 2,160 years. In 2,160 years the Sun
    • shapes the part of the future for which he is responsible — his
    • part of the world-evolution of the Earth. We look back indeed into an age
    • with those of the Earth, develop a particularly intimate relation
    • Christianity — particularly the first four centuries, for
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XII: The Evolution of the World in Connection with the Evolution of Man
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • about the particular configuration of the head, with its covering of
    • bones of arms and legs — naturally I mean the spiritual part of
    • first three particularly significant impulses in the earthly life of human
    • light this learning to walk on the part of the child. Scientists have
    • only a small part of all this. It knows that a right-handed person has his
    • became an essential part of his organism. In this way man's past can
    • part of man is intensified in old age is far from evident to anyone
    • is now about to live himself out of the past into the future. Part of
    • the past, it is true, lies in his own karma; part of the future lies
    • they are particularly repelled by the region of the planetoids.
    • attempts are made to investigate at least the spiritual part of man.
    • effect on the patient — particularly on his etheric body, which
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture XIII: The Entry of Man into the Era of Freedom
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    • consciousness - Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition. A particularly
    • upsetting the balance between the two parts of the human astral
    • keep to the astral body first. Before the year 333 the greater part
    • its smaller part in his lower body — the middle man being
    • between the two. And because in those times the upper part of the
    • before Christ the lower part of the astral body was becoming larger
    • and the upper part relatively smaller, until, in the year 333, the
    • two parts had become equal. This was the critical situation 333 years
    • after the coming of Christ, and since then the upper part of a man's
    • the upper part of the astral body, their Ego would never have been
    • part of man — not on its size as a whole — depends his
    • be, but they are part of man's earthly existence. None of the
    • evolution of Earth and man, and to the mighty part played by the
    • spiritual knowledge must teach us what happens when the upper part of
    • the astral body decreases, while in its lower part there is a
    • became involved with other interests, particularly with those of
    • part. I appreciate science fully; it cannot be sufficiently praised,
    • though atomic processes were part of nature. The spirit in nature is
    • A great part
    • preserved, can be felt in a particularly living way.



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