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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • how impossible it is, in a state of illusion, to overcome all these
    • states, and the environment of their waking life was called
    • Schools was that when man, in a state of sleep, shared the flux and
    • things. Soph is a particle that suggests (approximately) a state of
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • first of all have a clear idea about the different states of
    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • in their states of consciousness during the successive
    • Chaldeans knew three states of consciousness. We experience two, with
    • man. We do not survey the world simply through a single state of
    • to the children of ancient Chaldea. It resembled our own dream state,
    • third state of consciousness which is extinguished today. It
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • situation historically, we find that we encounter states of
    • go, the wider are the divergences. By comparison, our normal states
    • desirable, the only reliable state is the condition of waking
    • lived in a paradisal state, when their utterances proceeded from the
    • course of time they reached the state of consciousness when
    • to share these various states of consciousness.
    • the states of consciousness let us set aside for a moment the
    • waking state with which you are familiar when you say: I am fully
    • constrained to say if you are in a normally healthy state: these
    • state of consciousness is now added to the first. Waking dreams
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • sensation, which is wholly foreign to us, reduces us to a state of
    • sense of satisfaction. But very soon that state of anxiety and fear
    • state of consciousness. Under conditions of pain normal consciousness
    • intermediate state of consciousness. This may well serve for
    • in a state of swoon, and the state of tension under the influence of
    • state of swoon we might at any moment be dissolved in the universe,
    • thereby restored to a state of inner equilibrium. If, after becoming
    • person as before. If we attain this state in full, clear
    • advance, we can hold ourselves in this state of diminished
    • or the forehead, is an indication that all these various states of
    • have within you these states of consciousness, but you are not aware
    • state that the Earth is your sole habitat. It is the heart that
    • state of complete insensibility.
    • yourselves the state of illusion in which man habitually lives. When
    • state of insensibility. And that is why it is also peculiarly subject
    • little further. When, in our present state, we try to find the
    • gradually increases. Everything seems to be in a state of inner
    • strange thing happened. A few anthroposophists tumbled to the state
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • inducing states of consciousness that differ from the normal.
    • too glad to know something of other worlds and other states of
    • one will no longer be tempted to induce other states of consciousness
    • no specific statement to the effect that one should meditate
    • a different state of consciousness. The full implication of this must
    • heart centre. Other states of consciousness are associated with other
    • lives continuously in a state of consciousness sequential to the
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • the dead after death. Man always participates in this state of
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • a state of affairs that hardly inspires confidence; everything
    • this state of sleep, the teacher spoke of realities, saying: You are
    • characterize, not only the separate states of consciousness within
    • man's reach, but also show how these states have been transformed in
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • attempted to show how man can develop states of consciousness other
    • the metal copper, I described the state of consciousness that enables
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • state between death and rebirth, it survives only as a memory.
    • development of states of consciousness that are higher and more
    • exists universally in a subtle state of diffusion. We are surrounded,
    • stirring within him, as if he were in a state of inner ferment,
    • knowledge of the states of consciousness in man and the knowledge of
    • Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante, returns in a state of
    • state of mind that a slight heat-stroke overcame him. The metallity
    • of his pathological states. Now the blood should not take its warmth
    • particular states of consciousness — if, then, the blood
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • already spoken of the different states of consciousness which
    • the world stems from these different states of
    • determined by these different states of consciousness. First of
    • two further states of consciousness in addition to his normal waking
    • the state of dream consciousness in which man experiences
    • has developed the first state of consciousness which is able to
    • order to enter the dream-state, it is as if he had a physical
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • dreamlike state. Then for the first time we begin to understand what
    • appear to contradict the statement that the dream consciousness also
    • chaotic dream life, if we were to have perception in a state of deep,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • necessary states of consciousness and the necessary psychic
    • of the medium in a state of diminished consciousness. These
    • psychics, who, in a state of diminished consciousness, when the Ego
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • each state of consciousness we enter into a specific region of the
    • the right way the state of consciousness appropriate to a particular
    • are standing amongst the autumn crocuses, you try to evoke the state
    • yourself into the state of consciousness of which I have spoken, you
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • here we moved on to a consideration of further states of
    • somnambulistic condition, for the mediumistic state is always of this
    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • latter state an after-vibration of his experiences in the etheric and
    • This state
    • dream state. In ordinary life the dream state represents, so to
    • speak, only the rudimentary beginnings of this state. Now it is
    • dream state experience is solely the province of the Ego. The
    • that could not be equated with our dream state, but was a form of
    • condition diametrically opposed to the dream state is that of
    • therefore surrenders himself in a dreamlike state to his inner
    • that which is in a state of constant transformation. When we
    • It is dreaming in action, activity in a dreamlike state, in place of
    • whether the statements of mathematicians are true or false. The
    • yet another region. Man in a healthy state feels impelled to bridge
    • invents theories of an ideal State like the Bolshevists and, like the
    • in a semi-conscious state, but develop a sense for art through
    • state. From a certain point of view — and we shall have to
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • superstitious beliefs, but as a scientific fact. Having stated this,
    • consider the two poles of consciousness between which lies the state
    • state they are to some extent overpowered by the external sunlight.
    • characterized the state of sleep in relation to the Cosmos. During
    • sleep-walker in a diminished state of consciousness he behaves in a
    • now becomes aware (in the dream state) — and, as I have pointed
    • and devils. At best his introspection leads to normal dream states
    • yesterday when I stated that Dr. Wegman and I are now
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • three states of consciousness — waking, dreaming and deep
    • when it looks inwards has also three states of consciousness. When it
    • finally the dim, twilight will-consciousness that resembles the state
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • how impossible it is, in a state of illusion, to overcome all these
    • states, and the environment of their waking life was called
    • Schools was that when man, in a state of sleep, shared the flux and
    • things. Soph is a particle that suggests (approximately) a state of
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • first of all have a clear idea about the different states of
    • In his normal life on Earth today man enjoys a well-defined state of
    • in their states of consciousness during the successive
    • Chaldeans knew three states of consciousness. We experience two, with
    • man. We do not survey the world simply through a single state of
    • to the children of ancient Chaldea. It resembled our own dream state,
    • third state of consciousness which is extinguished today. It
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • situation historically, we find that we encounter states of
    • go, the wider are the divergences. By comparison, our normal states
    • desirable, the only reliable state is the condition of waking
    • lived in a paradisal state, when their utterances proceeded from the
    • course of time they reached the state of consciousness when
    • to share these various states of consciousness.
    • the states of consciousness let us set aside for a moment the
    • waking state with which you are familiar when you say: I am fully
    • constrained to say if you are in a normally healthy state: these
    • state of consciousness is now added to the first. Waking dreams
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • sensation, which is wholly foreign to us, reduces us to a state of
    • sense of satisfaction. But very soon that state of anxiety and fear
    • state of consciousness. Under conditions of pain normal consciousness
    • intermediate state of consciousness. This may well serve for
    • in a state of swoon, and the state of tension under the influence of
    • state of swoon we might at any moment be dissolved in the universe,
    • thereby restored to a state of inner equilibrium. If, after becoming
    • person as before. If we attain this state in full, clear
    • advance, we can hold ourselves in this state of diminished
    • or the forehead, is an indication that all these various states of
    • have within you these states of consciousness, but you are not aware
    • state that the Earth is your sole habitat. It is the heart that
    • state of complete insensibility.
    • yourselves the state of illusion in which man habitually lives. When
    • state of insensibility. And that is why it is also peculiarly subject
    • little further. When, in our present state, we try to find the
    • gradually increases. Everything seems to be in a state of inner
    • strange thing happened. A few anthroposophists tumbled to the state
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • inducing states of consciousness that differ from the normal.
    • too glad to know something of other worlds and other states of
    • one will no longer be tempted to induce other states of consciousness
    • no specific statement to the effect that one should meditate
    • a different state of consciousness. The full implication of this must
    • heart centre. Other states of consciousness are associated with other
    • lives continuously in a state of consciousness sequential to the
    • normal state which I described yesterday. The region in the
    • the dead after death. Man always participates in this state of
    • scale-pan. The state of disbalance in a person who has developed such
    • a state of affairs that hardly inspires confidence; everything
    • this state of sleep, the teacher spoke of realities, saying: You are
    • characterize, not only the separate states of consciousness within
    • man's reach, but also show how these states have been transformed in
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • attempted to show how man can develop states of consciousness other
    • the metal copper, I described the state of consciousness that enables
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • state between death and rebirth, it survives only as a memory.
    • development of states of consciousness that are higher and more
    • exists universally in a subtle state of diffusion. We are surrounded,
    • stirring within him, as if he were in a state of inner ferment,
    • knowledge of the states of consciousness in man and the knowledge of
    • Brunetto Latini, the teacher of Dante, returns in a state of
    • state of mind that a slight heat-stroke overcame him. The metallity
    • of his pathological states. Now the blood should not take its warmth
    • particular states of consciousness — if, then, the blood
    • back in this abnormal state into earlier incarnations, but not
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • already spoken of the different states of consciousness which
    • the world stems from these different states of
    • determined by these different states of consciousness. First of
    • two further states of consciousness in addition to his normal waking
    • the state of dream consciousness in which man experiences
    • has developed the first state of consciousness which is able to
    • order to enter the dream-state, it is as if he had a physical
    • and clairaudience, he finds himself in a continual state of conflict
    • dreamlike state. Then for the first time we begin to understand what
    • appear to contradict the statement that the dream consciousness also
    • chaotic dream life, if we were to have perception in a state of deep,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • necessary states of consciousness and the necessary psychic
    • of the medium in a state of diminished consciousness. These
    • psychics, who, in a state of diminished consciousness, when the Ego
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • each state of consciousness we enter into a specific region of the
    • the right way the state of consciousness appropriate to a particular
    • are standing amongst the autumn crocuses, you try to evoke the state
    • yourself into the state of consciousness of which I have spoken, you
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • here we moved on to a consideration of further states of
    • somnambulistic condition, for the mediumistic state is always of this
    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • latter state an after-vibration of his experiences in the etheric and
    • This state
    • dream state. In ordinary life the dream state represents, so to
    • speak, only the rudimentary beginnings of this state. Now it is
    • dream state experience is solely the province of the Ego. The
    • that could not be equated with our dream state, but was a form of
    • condition diametrically opposed to the dream state is that of
    • therefore surrenders himself in a dreamlike state to his inner
    • that which is in a state of constant transformation. When we
    • It is dreaming in action, activity in a dreamlike state, in place of
    • whether the statements of mathematicians are true or false. The
    • yet another region. Man in a healthy state feels impelled to bridge
    • invents theories of an ideal State like the Bolshevists and, like the
    • in a semi-conscious state, but develop a sense for art through
    • state. From a certain point of view — and we shall have to
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • superstitious beliefs, but as a scientific fact. Having stated this,
    • consider the two poles of consciousness between which lies the state
    • state they are to some extent overpowered by the external sunlight.
    • characterized the state of sleep in relation to the Cosmos. During
    • sleep-walker in a diminished state of consciousness he behaves in a
    • now becomes aware (in the dream state) — and, as I have pointed
    • and devils. At best his introspection leads to normal dream states
    • yesterday when I stated that Dr. Wegman and I are now
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
    Matching lines:
    • Steiner delineates the different states of consciousness experienced by
    • the relationship of the seven metals to the different states of
    • three states of consciousness — waking, dreaming and deep
    • when it looks inwards has also three states of consciousness. When it
    • finally the dim, twilight will-consciousness that resembles the state



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