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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • of the super-sensible world. This knowledge, and our knowledge of the
    • phenomenal world, the fruit of years of patient and diligent study,
    • times with insight derived from the spiritual world.
    • external world confronts us we are in no doubt that it is both
    • discuss in these lectures how the world in which man lives may be
    • accept the phenomenal world as it is and take an active part in it?
    • Why do we strive at all to attain knowledge of a spiritual world? In
    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • East there echoes across thousands of years the saying: the world
    • world is Maya, then he must transcend the ‘Great
    • this world of sense-impressions as Maya? Why, precisely in the
    • to that which, purely in the external world, was the Great Illusion,
    • — ‘the world is Maya,’ from the East, and
    • the world is illusion and that man must attain to
    • in clear understanding, but with deep emotion, every man the world
    • over can say to himself: ‘Such as is the outer world that you
    • ‘Such as is the external world that you perceive with your five
    • they experienced a spiritual world. How to find the right path to the
    • spiritual world will be the subject of these lectures. You can
    • procedure he adopted in exploring the phenomenal world. He will
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • THREE WORLDSAND THEIR REFLECTED IMAGES
    • completely different outlook on the world from ourselves. They did
    • linked with the spiritual world; when they grew up they had not
    • they began to see the world clearly and said: “I have been
    • consciousness into the spiritual world. He has arrived at the
    • man. We do not survey the world simply through a single state of
    • consciousness. We learn to know the world only when we
    • information from the spiritual world.
    • world.
    • into the spiritual world; from Sun-heroes they became Fathers who
    • be related to anything in the external world. When that point
    • is reached in gradual stages, we say that a totally different world
    • world that appears in dream pictures, but a wholly different world
    • invades us. Human beings can dream of the super-sensible world in the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • One begins to see the world in a different light and this is shown
    • external aspect. Now a whole new world is added. In each animal
    • lying there they would have represented a world unto themselves. Now
    • self-consciousness which, in the spiritual world, resembles a human
    • egos. In the spiritual world the lion-souls do precisely the same. To
    • 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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    • its totality which is in touch with a higher world of soul, the
    • sensory impressions, we attain to the world of stars with this second
    • and grandeur which sparkle out amongst the world of stars like the
    • and perceive that the world of plants in reality is a reflected image
    • observe the world of stars on the one hand and the world of plants on
    • visualize the following picture: above us is the world of stars,
    • consciousness that sees the world of the stars and of plants in the
    • wish to investigate the higher worlds, mineral crystals offer an
    • position to investigate the mineral-crystal world. As on the
    • mineral-crystal world that we see on Earth is the creation of an
    • fashioned, is a little world unto itself.
    • different cosmic forces, indeed, as many worlds in cosmic space as
    • infinitude of worlds.
    • spiritual reality which permeates the whole universe; it is a world
    • the world of space; the crystal is the impress, the manifestation of
    • a whole world. We are gazing on countless beings, each of which is a
    • world unto itself. As human beings here on Earth, we conclude
    • worlds. In all that we think and do here on Earth are reflected the
    • devotion towards it. Every object and every event in the world
    • divinely ordered world of crystals, we had been filled with fear.
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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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    • too glad to know something of other worlds and other states of
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • spiritual world from the moral standpoint.
    • insight into the spiritual world. The right course for today is to
    • dominated by the dead. We are strongly influenced by that world
    • physical world.
    • illustrious personality known to the world as John of Hanville.
    • world would describe as ‘nervous,’ sensitive fingers,
    • phenomenal world, but who is veiled from you. Then Alanus ab Insulis
    • only half of her life in the upper world, who reveals only her
    • of the contingencies in the world of forms, of the
    • inter-relationships of entities in that world. Speaking from his
    • spiritual world will soon overtake us. Look upon your human form in
    • visually and intellectually. Learn then to feel and know this world
    • microcosmic world into the larger world that reaches from the Earth
    • prisoner of your own body, of your own world, but will inhabit that
    • other world you now behold, a world that embraces the Earth and the
    • star-radiance. You will now be living in the spiritual world and will
    • this fashion, because the perception of the external world was not so
    • you see as the external world. — The teacher did not use the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • We inhabit a world of more powerful impressions, more luminous, a
    • world that brings everything to fuller consummation than the
    • phenomenal world.
    • time, this world reveals a peculiar characteristic. When we
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • world before birth. We must therefore realize that in this condition
    • of consciousness we are detached from the world which man normally
    • apprehend the world of everyday existence. This is only feasible for
    • we look into the world immediately above and perceive what I have
    • species. And when we look out into the world, we find it transformed
    • present knowledge is relevant only to the world between birth and
    • death and is no longer valid when we enter into the spiritual world
    • importance in the world we share with the dead. All the knowledge we
    • acquire in the phenomenal world is valueless in this intermediate
    • inhabit and we feel that the everyday world in which we learned so
    • much has faded from our consciousness. This other world now lies open
    • intermediate world everything that I have described as solid and
    • intermediate world.
    • spiritual world all sharply defined contours are effaced. We perceive
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • the world stems from these different states of
    • propose to ascertain how man's relationship to the world is
    • we perceive the external world today or with the insights of
    • when we can confront the world in full waking consciousness in such a
    • body and Ego which are in the spiritual world, but we cannot perceive
    • We perceive external impressions of the world around because
    • body in the physical world bereft of eyes and ears, so that all
    • in the astral body and Ego and thus to see into the spiritual world
    • spiritual world and there arises a chaotic, confused interplay
    • between the activity of the external spiritual world and the
    • within himself, but what is happening in the spiritual world outside
    • world. Dream consciousness is a chaotic counterpart of
    • into the world of Imaginations, when he has an intuitive
    • spiritual world.
    • spiritual world, he experiences recurrent after-images of the
    • physical world, disturbing images that intrude upon the true pictures
    • of the spiritual world. Only through patience and persistence can he
    • we may readily dream ourselves into an illusory world instead of
    • entering into a world of spiritual reality. The aspirant, in effect,
    • world, we must draw attention to these things. If we wish to take the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • 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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    • OF THE WORLD OF STARS.DIFFERENTIATION OF THEHISTORICAL EPOCHS
    • to full communion with the world of stars. This world must be
    • open the doors to the spiritual world and to undertake investigations
    • into that world, strenuous efforts must be made to develop the
    • to the spiritual world and enables him to perceive — and if I
    • world, he realizes that the historical evolution of mankind
    • it is imperative to consort in the spiritual world with human beings,
    • physical world. I have tried to suggest this in the descriptions I
    • spiritual being in the spiritual world. But it was first necessary to
    • associated with the spiritual world, otherwise mankind will not be
    • man that is derived from the world of stars. If, through
    • decisive rôle in the cosmic direction of the world. The forces of the
    • the cosmic guidance of the whole world.
    • of the phenomenal world. He is both an adult and a child eager for
    • permanently inhabit the spiritual world are less sharply defined in
    • existence in the spiritual world. Through spiritual perception, on
    • death, we enter a world where, because we still retain the earlier
    • spiritual world of which I am now speaking, these beings also have
    • creative use of what we receive from the spiritual world. The task of
    • world. Men were unwilling to seek contact with the beings who, under
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • This world borders on our world.
    • world. We then enter into a wider realm where we are intimately
    • develop the appropriate consciousness in order to enter the world in
    • which they dwell. Their true form is only revealed to us in the world
    • must share the consciousness of their world. Thus we can take it for
    • granted that these worlds are, in a certain sense, insulated from
    • each other and that each world has its specific condition of
    • form existing in the spiritual world and which forms the
    • by raising our consciousness into this world of archetypal forms
    • world to which the violet belongs, that is, in the world of the
    • other worlds. We understand the being of the common plant when we
    • developed the consciousness appropriate to the world of each
    • world proper to it and attracts to itself nothing from a world that
    • itself something from an alien world; it assimilates something
    • but who, unperceived by men, enter into our physical world. Perhaps I
    • the gates of death, we enter into a world inhabited by all kinds of
    • that world. We may say therefore that, since these beings appertain
    • to that world, they ought in reality to utilize only the forces
    • some who do not confine their activities to their own world, but who
    • activities within the world of men between birth and death. We are
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • PATHS INTOTHE SPIRITUAL WORLDAND THEIR TRANSFORMATION
    • consciousness which enable us to enter into worlds other than the one
    • the spiritual world is simply bewildered by these normally chaotic
    • transplanted into the chaotic and wondrous world of dream; but he
    • ordinary life. Then he gains insight into another world where he can
    • world of much greater reality than our present world envelops him.
    • The question now is: what is the real nature of the world he now
    • concerned when we first enter the spiritual world. Just as we cannot
    • world immediately adjacent to our own. It is there that we find the
    • worlds. It was further developed in a decadent form throughout the
    • these worlds, but the attempt is fraught with danger. When the
    • world, he immediately has the feeling that he is losing touch with
    • the physical world, that he is losing consciousness and sinking into
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • assiduously for the world we enter as a result of these exercises,
    • in these worlds just as we participate in the physical world through
    • interest in the world ruled by the Moon Beings and the Initiates of
    • say of this world, of their encounter with the dead, of the
    • investigation into the Moon sphere and how the world appears from the
    • it describes the world of which I am now speaking, the Moon sphere,
    • 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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    • spoke of abnormal and pathological approaches to the spiritual world:
    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • etheric bodies are left behind. But from the spiritual world during
    • spiritual world.
    • need for me to describe man's relationship to the world, to the Sun
    • world.
    • the spiritual world. In the physical world there is no difficulty in
    • spiritual world, it is exceedingly difficult to establish this
    • spiritual world.
    • world, the Being whom we know for certain belongs to Mercury. Through
    • along the clearly defined paths that lead into the spiritual world.
    • wish to find the true paths into the spiritual world we must first
    • the external day, do we discover the real spiritual world. Just as no
    • one can deny that the Moon or Mercury rises in the outer world of
    • the spiritual world is equally real and no delusion when we enter it
    • becoming conscious of the nature of the spiritual world we are at all
    • spiritual world, that stumbles along blindly and only looks for
    • path. Everything which, on penetrating into the spiritual world,
    • immediately experiences this world as a spiritual reality, is
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
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  • 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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    • worlds? This is a question that lies close to the hearts of those who
    • ask: what is the use of all these descriptions of the spiritual world
    • if I cannot look into that world myself? I should like, therefore, to
    • spiritual world oneself. It is essential to distinguish, especially
    • to the different worlds and the comprehension of those facts. This
    • we know him today, belongs in fact to different worlds and that his
    • experiences are derived from different worlds. Man as he is
    • over a limited field, over that aspect of the world that is
    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • behind the phenomenal world, in a vague, indefinite way as I have
    • already pointed out. In his psychic life man contacts the world
    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • has many mansions. His physical body lives in a different world from
    • his etheric body, his etheric body again in a different world from
    • his astral body and both live in different worlds from the
    • although, in order to investigate the spiritual world, we must of
    • necessity direct our consciousness to that world which we seek to
    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • spiritual world during the course of his life. We then discover the
    • are men in the world who are aware of these facts and who communicate
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • of the super-sensible world. This knowledge, and our knowledge of the
    • phenomenal world, the fruit of years of patient and diligent study,
    • times with insight derived from the spiritual world.
    • external world confronts us we are in no doubt that it is both
    • discuss in these lectures how the world in which man lives may be
    • accept the phenomenal world as it is and take an active part in it?
    • Why do we strive at all to attain knowledge of a spiritual world? In
    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • East there echoes across thousands of years the saying: the world
    • world is Maya, then he must transcend the ‘Great
    • this world of sense-impressions as Maya? Why, precisely in the
    • to that which, purely in the external world, was the Great Illusion,
    • — ‘the world is Maya,’ from the East, and
    • the world is illusion and that man must attain to
    • in clear understanding, but with deep emotion, every man the world
    • over can say to himself: ‘Such as is the outer world that you
    • ‘Such as is the external world that you perceive with your five
    • they experienced a spiritual world. How to find the right path to the
    • spiritual world will be the subject of these lectures. You can
    • procedure he adopted in exploring the phenomenal world. He will
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • THREE WORLDSAND THEIR REFLECTED IMAGES
    • completely different outlook on the world from ourselves. They did
    • linked with the spiritual world; when they grew up they had not
    • they began to see the world clearly and said: “I have been
    • consciousness into the spiritual world. He has arrived at the
    • man. We do not survey the world simply through a single state of
    • consciousness. We learn to know the world only when we
    • information from the spiritual world.
    • world.
    • into the spiritual world; from Sun-heroes they became Fathers who
    • be related to anything in the external world. When that point
    • is reached in gradual stages, we say that a totally different world
    • world that appears in dream pictures, but a wholly different world
    • invades us. Human beings can dream of the super-sensible world in the
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • One begins to see the world in a different light and this is shown
    • external aspect. Now a whole new world is added. In each animal
    • lying there they would have represented a world unto themselves. Now
    • self-consciousness which, in the spiritual world, resembles a human
    • egos. In the spiritual world the lion-souls do precisely the same. To
    • 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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    • its totality which is in touch with a higher world of soul, the
    • sensory impressions, we attain to the world of stars with this second
    • and grandeur which sparkle out amongst the world of stars like the
    • and perceive that the world of plants in reality is a reflected image
    • observe the world of stars on the one hand and the world of plants on
    • visualize the following picture: above us is the world of stars,
    • consciousness that sees the world of the stars and of plants in the
    • wish to investigate the higher worlds, mineral crystals offer an
    • position to investigate the mineral-crystal world. As on the
    • mineral-crystal world that we see on Earth is the creation of an
    • fashioned, is a little world unto itself.
    • different cosmic forces, indeed, as many worlds in cosmic space as
    • infinitude of worlds.
    • spiritual reality which permeates the whole universe; it is a world
    • the world of space; the crystal is the impress, the manifestation of
    • a whole world. We are gazing on countless beings, each of which is a
    • world unto itself. As human beings here on Earth, we conclude
    • worlds. In all that we think and do here on Earth are reflected the
    • devotion towards it. Every object and every event in the world
    • divinely ordered world of crystals, we had been filled with fear.
    • 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
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    • too glad to know something of other worlds and other states of
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • spiritual world from the moral standpoint.
    • insight into the spiritual world. The right course for today is to
    • dominated by the dead. We are strongly influenced by that world
    • physical world.
    • illustrious personality known to the world as John of Hanville.
    • world would describe as ‘nervous,’ sensitive fingers,
    • phenomenal world, but who is veiled from you. Then Alanus ab Insulis
    • only half of her life in the upper world, who reveals only her
    • of the contingencies in the world of forms, of the
    • inter-relationships of entities in that world. Speaking from his
    • spiritual world will soon overtake us. Look upon your human form in
    • visually and intellectually. Learn then to feel and know this world
    • microcosmic world into the larger world that reaches from the Earth
    • prisoner of your own body, of your own world, but will inhabit that
    • other world you now behold, a world that embraces the Earth and the
    • star-radiance. You will now be living in the spiritual world and will
    • this fashion, because the perception of the external world was not so
    • you see as the external world. — The teacher did not use the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • We inhabit a world of more powerful impressions, more luminous, a
    • world that brings everything to fuller consummation than the
    • phenomenal world.
    • time, this world reveals a peculiar characteristic. When we
    • inhabit this world in the state of consciousness I have described, we
    • world before birth. We must therefore realize that in this condition
    • of consciousness we are detached from the world which man normally
    • apprehend the world of everyday existence. This is only feasible for
    • we look into the world immediately above and perceive what I have
    • species. And when we look out into the world, we find it transformed
    • present knowledge is relevant only to the world between birth and
    • death and is no longer valid when we enter into the spiritual world
    • importance in the world we share with the dead. All the knowledge we
    • acquire in the phenomenal world is valueless in this intermediate
    • inhabit and we feel that the everyday world in which we learned so
    • much has faded from our consciousness. This other world now lies open
    • intermediate world everything that I have described as solid and
    • intermediate world.
    • spiritual world all sharply defined contours are effaced. We perceive
    • environment gradually encompasses us. A new world arises, the world
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • the world stems from these different states of
    • propose to ascertain how man's relationship to the world is
    • we perceive the external world today or with the insights of
    • when we can confront the world in full waking consciousness in such a
    • body and Ego which are in the spiritual world, but we cannot perceive
    • We perceive external impressions of the world around because
    • body in the physical world bereft of eyes and ears, so that all
    • in the astral body and Ego and thus to see into the spiritual world
    • spiritual world and there arises a chaotic, confused interplay
    • between the activity of the external spiritual world and the
    • within himself, but what is happening in the spiritual world outside
    • world. Dream consciousness is a chaotic counterpart of
    • into the world of Imaginations, when he has an intuitive
    • spiritual world.
    • spiritual world, he experiences recurrent after-images of the
    • physical world, disturbing images that intrude upon the true pictures
    • of the spiritual world. Only through patience and persistence can he
    • we may readily dream ourselves into an illusory world instead of
    • entering into a world of spiritual reality. The aspirant, in effect,
    • world, we must draw attention to these things. If we wish to take the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • 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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    • OF THE WORLD OF STARS.DIFFERENTIATION OF THEHISTORICAL EPOCHS
    • to full communion with the world of stars. This world must be
    • open the doors to the spiritual world and to undertake investigations
    • into that world, strenuous efforts must be made to develop the
    • to the spiritual world and enables him to perceive — and if I
    • world, he realizes that the historical evolution of mankind
    • it is imperative to consort in the spiritual world with human beings,
    • physical world. I have tried to suggest this in the descriptions I
    • spiritual being in the spiritual world. But it was first necessary to
    • associated with the spiritual world, otherwise mankind will not be
    • man that is derived from the world of stars. If, through
    • decisive rôle in the cosmic direction of the world. The forces of the
    • the cosmic guidance of the whole world.
    • of the phenomenal world. He is both an adult and a child eager for
    • permanently inhabit the spiritual world are less sharply defined in
    • existence in the spiritual world. Through spiritual perception, on
    • death, we enter a world where, because we still retain the earlier
    • spiritual world of which I am now speaking, these beings also have
    • creative use of what we receive from the spiritual world. The task of
    • world. Men were unwilling to seek contact with the beings who, under
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • This world borders on our world.
    • world. We then enter into a wider realm where we are intimately
    • develop the appropriate consciousness in order to enter the world in
    • which they dwell. Their true form is only revealed to us in the world
    • must share the consciousness of their world. Thus we can take it for
    • granted that these worlds are, in a certain sense, insulated from
    • each other and that each world has its specific condition of
    • form existing in the spiritual world and which forms the
    • by raising our consciousness into this world of archetypal forms
    • world to which the violet belongs, that is, in the world of the
    • other worlds. We understand the being of the common plant when we
    • developed the consciousness appropriate to the world of each
    • world proper to it and attracts to itself nothing from a world that
    • itself something from an alien world; it assimilates something
    • but who, unperceived by men, enter into our physical world. Perhaps I
    • the gates of death, we enter into a world inhabited by all kinds of
    • that world. We may say therefore that, since these beings appertain
    • to that world, they ought in reality to utilize only the forces
    • some who do not confine their activities to their own world, but who
    • activities within the world of men between birth and death. We are
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • PATHS INTOTHE SPIRITUAL WORLDAND THEIR TRANSFORMATION
    • consciousness which enable us to enter into worlds other than the one
    • the spiritual world is simply bewildered by these normally chaotic
    • transplanted into the chaotic and wondrous world of dream; but he
    • ordinary life. Then he gains insight into another world where he can
    • world of much greater reality than our present world envelops him.
    • The question now is: what is the real nature of the world he now
    • concerned when we first enter the spiritual world. Just as we cannot
    • world immediately adjacent to our own. It is there that we find the
    • worlds. It was further developed in a decadent form throughout the
    • these worlds, but the attempt is fraught with danger. When the
    • world, he immediately has the feeling that he is losing touch with
    • the physical world, that he is losing consciousness and sinking into
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • assiduously for the world we enter as a result of these exercises,
    • in these worlds just as we participate in the physical world through
    • interest in the world ruled by the Moon Beings and the Initiates of
    • say of this world, of their encounter with the dead, of the
    • investigation into the Moon sphere and how the world appears from the
    • it describes the world of which I am now speaking, the Moon sphere,
    • 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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    • spoke of abnormal and pathological approaches to the spiritual world:
    • deeper penetration into the world of dream on the one hand, and on
    • etheric bodies are left behind. But from the spiritual world during
    • spiritual world.
    • need for me to describe man's relationship to the world, to the Sun
    • world.
    • the spiritual world. In the physical world there is no difficulty in
    • spiritual world, it is exceedingly difficult to establish this
    • spiritual world.
    • world, the Being whom we know for certain belongs to Mercury. Through
    • along the clearly defined paths that lead into the spiritual world.
    • wish to find the true paths into the spiritual world we must first
    • the external day, do we discover the real spiritual world. Just as no
    • one can deny that the Moon or Mercury rises in the outer world of
    • the spiritual world is equally real and no delusion when we enter it
    • becoming conscious of the nature of the spiritual world we are at all
    • spiritual world, that stumbles along blindly and only looks for
    • path. Everything which, on penetrating into the spiritual world,
    • immediately experiences this world as a spiritual reality, is
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • 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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    • worlds? This is a question that lies close to the hearts of those who
    • ask: what is the use of all these descriptions of the spiritual world
    • if I cannot look into that world myself? I should like, therefore, to
    • spiritual world oneself. I t is essential to distinguish, especially
    • to the different worlds and the comprehension of those facts. This
    • we know him today, belongs in fact to different worlds and that his
    • experiences are derived from different worlds. Man as he is
    • over a limited field, over that aspect of the world that is
    • understanding man penetrates in his dreams into this world concealed
    • behind the phenomenal world, in a vague, indefinite way as I have
    • already pointed out. In his psychic life man contacts the world
    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • has many mansions. His physical body lives in a different world from
    • his etheric body, his etheric body again in a different world from
    • his astral body and both live in different worlds from the
    • although, in order to investigate the spiritual world, we must of
    • necessity direct our consciousness to that world which we seek to
    • place, for example, we investigate the world of the human organs as I
    • spiritual world during the course of his life. We then discover the
    • are men in the world who are aware of these facts and who communicate
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